Simbiosis di mana suatu populasi (atau individu) dirugikan sedangkan yang lainnya tidak.

Amensalism (Wikipedia)

Biological interactions are the effects that the organisms in a community have on each other. In the natural world no organism exists in absolute isolation, and thus every organism must interact with the environment and other organisms. An organism's interactions with its environment are fundamental to the survival of that organism and the functioning of the ecosystem as a whole.

The black walnut secretes a chemical from its roots that harms neighboring plants, an example of antagonism.
The mutualism interaction between the red-billed oxpecker and the giraffe.

In Ecology, biological interactions can involve individuals of the same species (intraspecific interactions) or individuals of different species (interspecific interactions). These can be further classified by either the mechanism of the interaction or the strength, duration and direction of their effects. Species may interact once in a generation (e.g. pollination) or live completely within another (e.g. endosymbiosis). Effects range from consumption of another individual (predation, herbivory, or cannibalism), to mutual benefit (mutualism). Interactions need not be direct; individuals may affect each other indirectly through intermediaries such as shared resources or common enemies.