What are the limiting factors of an ecosystem?
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Also question is, what are 5 limiting factors in an ecosystem?
Other limiting factors include light, water, nutrients or minerals, oxygen, the ability of an ecosystem to recycle nutrients and/or waste, disease and/or parasites, temperature, space, and predation.
Beside above, what are the major limiting factors in my ecosystem? Some examples of limiting factors are biotic, like food, mates, and competition with other organisms for resources. Others are abiotic, like space, temperature, altitude, and amount of sunlight available in an environment. Limiting factors are usually expressed as a lack of a particular resource.
Beside above, what are the 4 major limiting factors?
Resources such as food, water, light, space, shelter and access to mates are all limiting factors.
What are examples of limiting factors?
Examples of limiting factors include competition, parasitism, predation, disease, abnormal weather patterns, natural calamities, seasonal cycles and human activities. In terms of population growth, limiting factors can be classified into density-dependent factors and density-independent factors.