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Types of Interactivity

Commensalism
Commensalism

Commensalism, in biology, a relationship between individuals of two species in which one species obtains food or other benefits from the other without either harming or benefiting the latter. commensalism Pilot fish (Naucrates ductor) swimming alongside a whitetip shark (Carcharhinus longimanus).

Competition
Competition

In computers, interactivity is the dialog that occurs between a human being (or possibly another live creature) and a computer program. In computers, interactivity is the dialog that occurs between a human being (or possibly another live creature) and a computer program.

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Mutualism
Mutualism

A mutualistic relationship is a relationship between two organisms from different species that work together to help benefit one another. An example of mutualism is bees and flowers.

Parasitism
Parasitism

Parasitism: Parasitism, relationship between two species of plants or animals in which one benefits at the expense of the other.

Predation
Predation

Predation is an important community process from 3 points of view 1. Predation on a population may restrict its distribution or abundance of prey

Predation Competition
Predation Competition

In predation, one population is the resource of the other. One can conceptualize competition as occurring horizonatally on the same resource level, while predation takes place vertically between different resource levels. Competition and predation comprise environmental pressures on the interacting populations.

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