← MVM 6th Grade Science Chapter 2.2 Ecology Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All competing When vultures and hyenas try to eat the same dead animal, that is called _____________ for the same resources territory When wolves mark their territory, they are competing for the same ______________ females Male animals of the same species compete with each other for _______________ during the mating season. sharing resources When maple, beech and birch coexist in the same forest using the same water, nutrients and sunlight, they are ___________________________. cooperating When ants from the same colony work together to bring food to their nest, they are ________________. catch Killer whales cooperate by working in pods to ______________ food. cooperating and competing Members of the same species interact by _______________ and _______________ for the same resources. symbiotic Butterflies and flowers live together in a _________________ relationship. mutalism Butterflies and flowers benefit in a symbiotic relationship called ______________. commensalism Moss gets nutrients and sunlight by living on trees without hurting them. This symbiotic relationship is called parasitism Fleas eat blood from dogs and weaken them. This symbiotic relationship is called _________________. affect Sunny fish reproduce quickly and eat all the plants in the pond. This reduces the number of bass in the pond, which is a negative ______________ on the bass population. benefits In both a predator-prey relationship and parasite symbiotic relationship, only one species _____________. survival a predator-prey relationship and parasite symbiotic relationship are different because the predator kills the prey while a parasite relies on his host to live for ___________ same species competition Maple tees in a forest is an example of ___________________.