Pollination of flowers by bees is an example of which interaction?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 2 months ago

Pollination of flowers by bees is an example of which interaction?
 
(a) Parasitism
 
(b) Commensalism
 
(c) Predation
 
(d) Mutualism
 
I got this question during an online exam.
 
Asked question is from Population Interactions-3 in portion Organisms and Populations of Biology – Class 12

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Editor">Editor Staff answered 2 months ago

The correct option is (d) Mutualism
 
The best I can explain: Pollination of flowers by bees is an example of mutualism. It is an interaction in which both individuals are benefited. The bees pollinate the flowers in exchange for food (nectar).