The factors affecting population growth are birth and death rate, immigration, and emigration.
These are the factors affecting the population: -climate -religion -natural environment -political -migration -conquest -culture
It depends on the land and the resources also the population
One of the factors that are affecting the population of cows is,sadly, cow tipping..
what are the factors affecting the growth of commerce in Nigeria
There are many factors affecting growth and development in farm animals such as nutrition. Other factors include living conditions and age.
Some environmental factors affecting population growth include: 1) Bacteria and disease For Ex. West Nile 2) Natural disasters For ex. Tsunamis 3) Unbalanced Predator/Prey relationship For Ex. a decline in the fox population will cause in increase in the hare population Some non-environmental factors affecting population growth: 1) Death 2) Birth 3) Emigration 4) Immigration
what are two factors in limiting the growth of a population? Density-Dependent Factors Density-Independent Factors
two factors that are responsable for determining "population growth" are birthrate and deathrate.
not enough sleep, stress, and malnutrition.
Some limiting factors in population growth are food, water and space !!!!
linear growth is the equal growth in a equal time period without any aspects such as food to change it. Exponential growth is the growth of the population based on the culmulative things in the environment affecting the population of the area
it make the human population slow down
Economic factors, education and political stability are all some of the factors that affect population growth. Areas suffering from wars or famine, for example, will experience low population growth.
One factor affecting the FDI in India is their economic growth. Also, another factor affecting the FDI in India is their capital preservation.
There are several factors that affect growth and development in animals. Nutrition, injuries, having a safe place to live, and disease all affect growth and development.
The following are the factors responsible for the proper growth of plants and seeds.sunlight/light(artificial)watersoilair (mainly co2)Growth hormones
Economical Factors and Cultural Factors
Some of the factors that limit population growth includes parasitism, competition, predation, space availability and resources such as oxygen, water and food. The control of population growth is usually based on the limiting factors and the population interaction within a given ecosystem.