Question by  SapphireOrchid (22)

What is symbosis?


Answer by  DRS (621)

Symbiosis is a state in which two organisms live together in a mutually beneficial situation. One example is the bacteria which live in the human gut and convert lactose and other sugars to lactic acid. Another example is the clownfish that is protected by predators by living in an anemone.


Answer by  HH (404)

Living of organisms together for the mutual benefit of both species. For example: Microbes that live on and in the human body provide nutrients and prevent pathogenic species from establishing. The microbes get a nice warm environment and food in return. Many plants contain bacteria or fungi in their root system that provide them with nitrogen in return for carbohydrates.


Answer by  richard91 (107)

Symbiosis is an intimate relationship between two organism of different species in which both individuals benefit. For example, lichens are the symbiosis of a algae and a fungus.

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