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Old 05-21-2011, 07:46 AM   #11
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Ecology. (the type of science were on in science ) I actually enjoyed science class when we discussed symbiotic relationships. Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism. Commensalism- when one organism is benefited while the other is not affected. (clownfish and anemones) Pretty interesting.
Depends actually, the clown gets shelter and usually in the wild brings the anemone food here and there
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Actually neither can be found without the other making it obligate mutualism in the wild. They protect each other from different threats and both benefit. Since it is not a physiological mutualism they can be housed without each other in captivity.
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I could really only think of two and that was Biology and Chemistry
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The science of love lol
Love is technically chemistry :P
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Love is technically chemistry :P
Touché my friend, or is it biochemistry (raises eyebrows)......I'm just makin sh•t up now......beep I am a robot
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Economics is a science. or have I just mastered the art of always finding money in my budget to buy fish and supplies?
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