Natural control of population growth, Biology

NATURAL CONTROL OF POPULATION GROWTH -

1.       Biotic potential -

It is capacity of population to increase its number by reproduction.

For all animals, it is very high.

2.       Environmental Resistance -

It is the sum of the factors which prevent a sps. from reproducing at its maximum rate. These factors are as predators, parasites, food scarcity, competition, adverse weather.

3.       Carrying capicity -

It is environment's ability to provide necessory resources to support a population.

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