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Group 1 Bio 1 WFX

Members:
Altea Tomon- Actor Nemesio Manlangit- Actor
Arvin Agapay- Actor Nicholas Vidal- Actor
Alyssa Limlengco- Actor Noor Hooshmand- Actor
Chelsie Ty- Actor Paul Ilaga- Actor
Elmer Gasper- Actor Vincent Ryan Ramos- Actor
Faye Bengzon- Scriptwriter Xavier Bustamante- Actor
Jino Cordero- Actor Yael Nepomuceno- Actor

Objective: To create a presentation to review students regarding the different types of


interspecific interactions.

Setting/Context:
Two friends decide to visit the zoo in the hopes of reviewing the different types interactions
of animals. Along the way, they unknowingly review the feelings they have for each other.
Will love ensue?

Characters:
Tour Guide
Boy Crocodile - Xavier Gazelle
Girl Bird Deer
Remora Fish - jino Tree - Nicholas Lion - Paul
Shark - elmer :) Cheetah Hyena

Key Concepts:
INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS: Interactions between members of different species
Mutualism
When both species benefit from the interaction.
Example: bird cleaning crocodiles teeth

Exploitation
When one species benefits from the interaction at the cost of the other species.
predation where one species hunts and kills another species
Example: cheetah chasing gazelle
parasitism - where a parasite lives in close association with and feeds off a host organism
Example: deer having ticks

Commensalism
When one species benefits from the interaction with no effect on the other species.
Example: Remora Fish and Sharks
Explanation: The remora, also called suckerfish, belongs to a family of ray-finned fish. It is a
small fish growing up to a size of 1 to 3 feet. The remora forms a special relationship with
sharks and other sea organisms like whales and turtles. It has special suckers attached to its
fins. It attaches itself to the bodies of sharks, and uses the shark for transportation as well as
protection from its predators. It also eats up the scraps of food that are left over when the
shark eats its prey.

Antibiosis/Amensalism
When organisms interact and one species is unaffected but the other organisms have a
negative effect.
Example: Black Walnut Tree
Explanation: It is an important tree in the deciduous forest. Its leaves and roots secrete
hydrojuglone, a chemical, that kills other plants near it.

Competition
Where both organisms living in a similar niche are in competition for resources or space.
This results in a negative outcome for each organism as it reduces the available resource for
both parties.
Example: lion and hyena competing for the kill

Sources:
Henry, S. (1967). Symbiosis: Associations of invertebrates, birds, ruminants, and other biota
(1st ed.). New York, NY [u.a.]: Acad. Press.

Predator-prey relationships in the African savannah | Arkive. (2017). Arkive. Retrieved 9 May
2017, from http://www.arkive.org/predator-prey/

Evolution. (2017). Necsi.edu. Retrieved 9 May 2017, from


http://necsi.edu/projects/evolution/co-evolution/parasites/co-evolution_parasite.html

Society, N., & Society, N. (2011). Ecological Relationships. National Geographic Society.
Retrieved 9 May 2017, from
https://www.nationalgeographic.org/activity/ecological-relationships/

Symbiosis. (2017). Bio.miami.edu. Retrieved 9 May 2017, from


http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/symbiosis.html

Society, N., & Society, N. Lions vs Hyenas: Competing Interests. National Geographic
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