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Nutrient Limitation More than light, nutrients limit primary production both in
different geographic regions of the ocean and in lakes. A limiting nutrient is the
element that mJst be added in order for production to 'ncrease in a particular area
A series of nutrient enrichrrent experiments revealed that i'1 this case, it is
availability of the micronutrient iron that limits primary production (Table 54.1).
Such evidence that iron limits production in some oceanic ecosystems
Abiotic factors limit herbivores. Unfavorable seasonal changes in temperature
and moisture are examples of abiotic factors that can set a carrying capacity for
herbivores in a particular environment far below the number that would strip ...
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