What are the main limiting factors for the growth of a population?

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The factors that limit the growth of a population can be divided into biotic factors and abiotic factors. The main abiotic limiting factors are: availability of water and light, availability of shelter. The main limiting biotic factors are: population density and inharmonious (negative) ecological interactions (competition, predatism, parasitism, ammensalism). 

Dipti KC
May 29, 2023
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