Which of the following is an example of commensalism? Feather lice cling to the hairs of flies and use them for transportation. The flies a

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Which of the following is an example of commensalism? Feather lice cling to the hairs of flies and use them for transportation. The flies are not harmed. Honeybees gather nectar from flowers. The bees get food and the flowers are pollinated. Both organisms benefit. Ticks feed off the blood of animals. The ticks get food, but the animals can get sick. Only the tick benefits. A virus attacks an organism and feeds off its tissue. The organism gets sick and dies, also killing the v

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2022-04-11T20:50:49+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Audrey
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    2022-04-11T20:52:01+00:00

    Answer:

    Feather lice and flies

    Explanation:

    Commensalism is an interaction between two different species in which the first one benefits from the interaction, while the second one is neither benefited nor harmed.

    In this problem feather lice clinging to the hair of flies is an example of commensalism: The feather lice are benefited, as they obtain a mode of transport, while the flies are neither harmed nor benefited from the interaction.

  2. Lana
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    2022-04-11T20:52:12+00:00

    Commensalism is where one benefits from the relationship and the other is neither harmed nor be if it’s. Therefore the feather lice and the flies would be commensalism

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