Give examples of the different forms of parasitism. How is this type of biotic relationship fundamentally different from predation?
ectoparasitism, in which the parasite lives on the host and is associated with its integuments (ticks, fleas, lice, etc.).
endoparasitism, in which the parasite lives in the host’s body (parasitic worms, protozoa, etc.)
According to the duration of the relationship with the host, there are permanent and temporary parasites;
Ways of penetration of parasites into the host organism: oral, percutaneous, contact, intraintestinal, transplant, transmissible, transovarian.
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