In the desert, there are factors that affect the growth of the population. The first type of factor is called density-dependent, which includes predation, disease, availability of food, and parasitism. These factors effect the growth of the population.
The other type of factor is density-independent, this affects the size of the population. The factor of density-independent includes weather conditions such as the temperature and natural disasters such as sandstorms, earthquakes, and flooding.
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