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Competition
Two species need same resource e.g. breeding site or food. One will out compete the other. Douglas Fir and Western Hemlock are trees that compete in the USA
Herbivory
Herbivory is the relation between an animal and a plant. Different animals, feed on different plants. Deer on tree laves, rabbit on grass, giraffes on trees.
Predation
Relation between predator and prey. Fox and rabbit. Lion and antelope.
Parasitism
Relation between host an parasite. Parasite causes harm to the host to get food or other resources. Malaria virus, tapeworms, leeches.
Mutualism
Two member of different species benefit. Ant-aphid mutualism: the aphids are protected against predators by the ants who cultivate the aphids for their secretions of honeydew, a food source.