What Is the Definition for Limiting Nutrient?

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The definition for a limiting nutrient is a chemical needed for growth that is either missing or only available in a small amount. One purpose of a limiting nutrient is to keep a plant from taking over all the resources. Algae needs both phosphorous and nitrogen to grow and if one of these is limited the algae can not continue to grow.
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