As a bee feeds upon the nectar produced by a flower, the bee may become coated with the flower's pollen. as the bee flies from flower to flower, some of this pollen may contact a flower's pistil, resulting in pollination.
this relationship between the bee and the flower is an example of
This relationship between the bee and the flower is an example of mutualism.
Explanation: Mutualism is the symbiotic relationship between two or more species in which all the species get benefit from each other.
Thus when a bee feeds on the nectar produced by a flower, it gets nourishment from the flower and the bee in return helps to transfer to pollen grains from stamen to stigma of another flower which results in fertilization and formation of new plants and flowering plants gain because outcrossing takes place.
Mutualism is a type of relationship or interaction between two organisms that benefits both organisms.
In this case, the bee obtains food from the flower, which the bee uses for energy. At the same time, the bee spreads the flower's pollen, which aids in the flower's reproduction.
Since both organisms benefit, this is an example of mutualism.
Your answer is C. Mutualism
i would think it's food chain
the independent variable, or the one that is intentionally manipulated is the speed.