An association between two individuals or populations where both are benefitted and where neither can survive without the other is?

A. Commensalism
B. Competition
C. Mutualism
D. Protocoperation


Correct Answer: C. Mutualism

Detail about MCQs

Mutualism is the type of symbiotic relationship where both individuals or populations involved benefit, and neither can survive without the other. In mutualistic relationships, there is a positive interaction that enhances the fitness or survival of both parties. Options A, B, and D refer to other types of symbiotic relationships, but mutualism specifically describes a mutually beneficial association.

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