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Name:
Date:
Class Period:
Symbiosis Web Quest
What is symbiosis?
What are the three types of symbiosis and their definitions?
Mutualism Examples: explain how both organisms benefit from each other
-Otter and Kelp
-Algae and Fungus
-Chital and Tree Pie
-Cleaner Fish and Moray Eel
-Yucca Plants and Yucca Moths
-Swollen Thorn Acacia Tree and Ants
Commensalism Examples: explain how one species benefits while the other
is not affected
-Cattle Egret and Cows
-Barnacles and Whales
-Oak Gall Wasps and Oak Trees
Parasitism Examples: explain how one species benefits while the other is
harmed
-Mistletoe and Tree
Name:
Date:
Class Period:
-Bedbugs and humans
-Tapeworms and Pigs
Once finished with the PowerPoint, you will go to the website below to
play two games titled “Mosquito” and “Parasite.” While playing the
games you must read the info provided to answer the questions below.
http://www.nobelprize.org/educational/medicine/malaria/
Mosquito Game:
1. How does the malaria parasite get into a mosquito?
2. How does the malaria parasite get into a human?
3. Which sex of mosquito drinks a blood meal?
Parasite Game:
4. What two places in the human body must the malaria parasite go in
order to reproduce?
5. Draw what the malaria parasite looks like before it enters the liver:
6. Draw what the malaria parasite looks like after it leaves the liver:
7. What is the scientific name of the malaria parasite?