Water must be had, regardless of value, and market considerations are to a much less extent a limiting factor.
This quality will in some degree be a limiting factor in exportation.
Until early in the 18th Century, water formed the limiting factor in the depth of mines.
Possibly the absence of water to drink is the limiting factor.
The weight on driving wheels is the limiting factor in the problem which confronts the locomotive engineer.
Food supply probably is not a limiting factor to populations of Gastrophryne on the area.
The development of synthetic foods, the use of algae and fungi, rules out famine as a limiting factor.
All these situations are characterized by providing abundant cover, a limiting factor for this woodrat.
Winter killing of the wood and catkins is probably the limiting factor in growing filberts in Western New York.
In such cases, the deficiency of these gaseous food elements may become a limiting factor in plant growth.
an environmental variable that limits or slows the growth or activities of an organism; also, any environmental variable whose presence, absence, or abundance restricts the distribution, numbers, or condition of an organism