Environmental resistance

Definition

noun

The resistance presented by the environmental conditions to limit a species from growing out of control or to stop them from reproducing at maximum rate.


Supplement

Environmental resistance includes a mixture of abiotic factors such as temperature, and biotic factors such as natural enemies (biological control agents) to limit the organism for expressing its full capacity to reproduce.


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