Deutsch: Toleranzbereich / Español: Rango de tolerancia / Português: Faixa de tolerância / Français: Plage de tolérance / Italiano: Gamma di tolleranza /

Range of tolerance is the range of chemical and physical conditions that must be maintained for populations of a particular species to stay alive and grow, develop, and function normally. See law of tolerance.

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