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What are some ways that population size is limited within an ecosystem?

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    Population growth is limited in ecosystems because of lack of resources. If there were unlimited resources, a population would grow exponentially. For example, if a single bacterium were placed in a petri dish and was given unlimited resources, it would multiply to cover the entire world within several days. Unfortunately, resources are limited, so populations are too. I hope this helps. -Hba

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    thanks

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    ....why r u guys still on my question?

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    ^ Fell asleep.

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