What is the term used to describe the maximum number of individuals of a species that an environment can support indefinitely?

What is the term used to describe the maximum number of individuals of a species that an environment can support indefinitely?
A. Ecological niche
B. Limiting factor
C. Carrying capacity
D. Density-dependent factor

Correct Option: Answer is C
Carrying capacity refers to the maximum number of individuals of a species that a particular environment can sustain over a prolonged period of time. It represents the balance between the available resources in the environment and the population’s demand for those resources.

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