Biological stress, Biology

Biological Stress

Since in nature, the various organisms do not live in complete isolation from others, stress to a plant species might also be caused by what other organisms in the community require and consume. The following situations exemplify biological stress.

  1. Population density
  2. Parasites
  3. Symbiotic interaction
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