Parasitic Host

Parasitism may be a non-mutual dependent relationship between species, wherever together species the parasite advantages at the expense of different the host. Historically parasite referred primarily to organisms visible to the oculus or macro parasites like helminths. Parasites are often small parasites, that area unit usually smaller like protozoa viruses, and bacterium.

Parasites usually don't kill their host however typically abundant smaller than their host and can usually board or on their host for associate degree extended amount. Interdependence differs from the parasitic relationship therein parasitism typically kill their hosts.

Parasites have a spread of ways to infect hosts. Parasites infect hosts that exist inside their same geographic area. This development supports the “Red Queen hypothesis”.

 

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