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Standard 7.EC.5B.1

7.EC.5B.1 Develop and use models to explain how organisms interact in a competitive or mutually beneficial relationship for food, shelter, or space (including competition, mutualism, commensalism, parasitism, and predator-prey relationships).

Grade(s): 7

Subject(s): Science

Year: 2014

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