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An ecological relationship is the relationship between an organism in its ecosystem. ... It lives in the Pacific Ocean and preys on sardines, also a Pacific animal. .... Similarly, head lice are an example of parasitism because they feed on blood ...


In biology, parasitism is a non-mutual relationship between species, where one species, the .... An example is the brood parasitism practiced by cowbirds, whydahs, ... The marine worm Bonellia viridis has a similar reproductive strategy, ... They make up about 1% of angiosperms and are in almost every biome in the world.


One common example of a parasite in the marine biome, according to the ... have a common ancestor in the annelid worm, are primarily aquatic animals, have ...


Dec 5, 2012 ... High parasite diversity is even an indicator of a healthy ecosystem. ... are a few examples of some crazy (and really cool) marine parasites:.


Jan 8, 2014 ... A multitude of examples of symbiotic relationships in the ocean exist throughout the world, but these 5 are some of the most often witnessed by ...


Some examples are: ... >Some animals use the ocean currents as a form of transportation. ... >Parasitism: An example of parasitism is isopods and angelfish.


Some species will resort to resource partitioning where resources are divided ... All types of symbiosis are highly efficient and help to achieve a balance in the ecosystem. ... For example, a fish can have parasites and be cleaned by another organism living on its body. ... <http://marinebio.org/oceans/symbionts-parasites/> .


A parasitic relationship is one in which one organism, the parasite, lives off of another ... A few examples of parasites are tapeworms, fleas, and barnacles. ... Some scientists say that one-celled bacteria and viruses that live in animals and  ...


Jun 20, 2012 ... For example, certain song birds in Hawaii avoid Plasmodium sp. infections from .... suggest an example of parasite paucity resulting from habitat selection. ... to decrease resulting in a decline of ocean fish and sea birds [25].