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posted by Evalyn Carver

Which interaction BEST illustrates the concept of mutualism?

A) Jaguars feeding on wild pigs.

B) Squirrels playing with other squirrels.

C) Malaria protozoans living on the blood of a host.

D) Nitrogen-fixing bacteria in root nodules of legumes.

I think its either D or B. Thanks!

  1. Ms. Sue

    What does mutualism mean?

  2. Evalyn Carver

    Mutualism is when two organisms befit from what each other is doing

  3. Evalyn Carver

    *Benefit

  4. Ms. Sue

    I think you mean "benefit."

    Neither is correct. I've checked two of your answers; now you're on your own. Please do not post this again.

    Read this article.

    http://www.necsi.edu/projects/evolution/co-evolution/mutualistic/co-evolution_mutualistic.html

  5. Evalyn Carver

    Ok. Thank you!! You helped a ton!!!

  6. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome. :-)

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