Interdependence between Organisms

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  • Q1

    The bacteria which are found in the roots of leguminous plants are _______.

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    Answer:

    Rhizobium

    Explanation:

    Rhizobium is a nitrogen fixing bacteria present in the nodules of leguminous plant.

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  • Q2

    Lice feed on the human blood. This kind of relationship depicts

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    Answer:

    Parasitism

    Explanation:

    Lice are ecto-parasites which feed on human blood. Their bite causes intense itching in the area.

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  • Q3

    Guess the number of predators in the given food web.

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    Answer:

    3

    Explanation:

    In the given food chain, the grass is the producer. Deer, caterpillars and slugs are the consumers that feed on it. Thrushes eat caterpillars and slugs. Voles eat caterpillars while fox feed on deer.

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  • Q4

    The given image shows

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    Answer:

    Symbiosis

    Explanation:

    The given image is showing the relationship between roots of the leguminous plant and bacterium. It is an example of symbiosis.

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  • Q5

    The type of relationship in which both the organisms are benefitted are

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    Answer:

    Symbiosis

    Explanation:

    Symbiosis is a kind of relationship between two organisms, where both organisms are benefitted. For example: relationship between roots of the leguminous plant and bacterium.

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