Give examples of the influence of factors of living nature on organisms.

Neutralism – such as a worm in a mushroom and a pine tree (one does not affect the other)
Commensalism – bacteria that live in the human body that do not harm it
Amensalism – the fungus secretes penicillin, which kills bacteria, which, in turn, does not affect it in any way
Mutualism or symbiosis – lichen (mushrooms and algae help each other)
Parasitism – helminths in humans and mammals
Predation – the wolf and the hare
Competition – plants compete for a place in the sun (who will grow taller)

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