An example of symbiosis in the desert is that of a microbe and a cactus. The microbe absorbs water for the cactus since the cactus has no roots and there is little water in desert. Without the microbe, the cactus would die. This is an example of.
Commensalism/ Woodpeckers build nests in cacti so that the predators will not try to kill them.
So a symbiosis would be a microbe and a cactus
I found that a camel and bugs are parasitism and algae and fungus is a mutualism
To the person who asked who gets helped and who gets harmed in the first senerio. . . Nobody get's hurt it's mutualism which means that they both are benefited by this. :)
Yeah that guest is right and I used it on my science project
Can people hurt the sahara desert
I have a question for the person who put in the first answer. Who gets helped and who gets harmed.
I don't noe but I need help with this question too