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BIOL 206 Chp 13 Mutualism
Terms in this set (11)
An interaction between two species that benefits both species.
A mutualistic interaction that is not absolutely required for either species.
Describes interaction that is necessary for the survival and reproduction of at least one of the species involved.
The protection of one species by another.
A mutualistic interaction in which one species provides transport of gametes or individuals for another.
Describes an interaction in which one or both species provide nutrition for the other.
A set of flower characteristics associated with a particular type of pollinator.
A set of floral characteristics that advertise that the flower provides a reward to pollinator visitors.
The degree to which a pollinator visits members of only one plant species.
mobile link species
A species whose mobility across the landscape is important to the function of the community.
A species whose participation in webs of mutualistic interactions is vital to the function of the community.
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