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Protocooperation Mutualism

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Biyani's Think Tank
Protocooperation, mutualism,. Unit-II. Population ..
Chapter II: Developlment of Dominance and Suppression Theory of
parasitism, predation, commensalism, proto-cooperation, mutualism.
Lesson 10: Species interactions: Commensalism, mutualism, and
Protocooperation. Examples: Root grafts, Transfer of nutrients through mycorrhizal fungi. Mutualism.
Parasite-dependent protocooperation
Parasite-Dependent Protocooperation. H. G.
Microbial Interactions
1. Closely related Pseudomonas producing lecithinase when grow together. 2.

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Protocooperation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Protocooperation is a form of mutualism, but they do not depend on each other for survival.
The main harmonious interspecific ecological interactions are: protocooperation, mutualism and commensalism.
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Positive Interactions amongst Different Species in a Community
1) Proto cooperation. 2) Mutalism. 3) Commensalism.
1.Relations between Organisms
Slide 21 : Yucca and Pronuba moth MUTUALISM. Slide 22 : Acacia and ants MUTUALISM. What is Protocooperation ?

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