The number of organisms that the environment in an…

asked May 5 in Physics by VyBMalielore
The number of organisms that the environment in an ecosystem can handle is called its _____.
growth rate
carrying capacity
population density

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answered May 5 by anonymous
The number of organisms an environment can handle is called the carrying capacity, and often can be modeled using a logistic growth curve.

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