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Jan 13, 2017

Symbiotic relationships have one organism, the symbiont, which lives or feed in or on another organism, the host


There are three forms of symbiotic relationship;

Parasitism - A symbiotic relationship where a symbiont lives off and harms the host.

Mutualism - When both species benefits from the relationship

Commensalism - A relationship where one partner benefits and the other neither benefits nor is harmed.

For your specific question, perhaps it's best to see under which category does the relationship between plants, animals and bacteria fall under to make a conclusion.