Competition: stinkbugs parasitism: geometrid moths
Competition: geometrid moths commensalism: stinkbugs
Mutualism: guava and eucalyptus trees
Competition" stinkbugs and geometrid moths commensalism: guava and eucalyptus trees
Seabirds: mutualsim jellyfish: predation copepods: parasitism
Seabirds: parasitism jellyfish: commensalism copepods: predation
Seabirds: predation jellyfish: mutualism copepods: commensalism
Seabirds: commensalism jellyfish: parasitism copepods: mutualism
Intestinal bacteria obtain nutrients from the gut and produce vitamin K used by humans
Bacteria become resistant to antibacterial medication that humans use for treatment.
Invasive bacteria at an area of injury produce toxins that damage healthy tissues of the human body.
Bacteria in imporoperly prepared food is consumed by humans, causing food poisoning.
Allowing the birds to avoid many types of predators
Reducing competition between the birds for resources
Preventing the birds from interbreeding with each other
Establishing dominance between the birds for nesting sites