In the first, yes -- limits.No.2
Nature holds the species within bounds. Can I replace 'bounds' with 'limit'?
One important natural check is a limit on the amount of suitable habitat for each species. Can I replace 'limit' with 'bound'?
In the second, no.
I would need context. "Importation" can mean "imported product" but it usually refers to the act of importing.No.3
I got confused by 'importation' and 'import' when both of them mean 'something that is brought into a country in this way'. In other words, can I replace 'import' in the expression 'cheap imports of grain' with 'importation'?
IMO, "adjust" is often a quick and temprary change.No.4
'adapt' can mean 'to gradually change your behaviour and attitudes so taht your get used to a new situation and can deal with it successfully. 'adjust' can also mean 'to gradually get used to a new situation by making small changes to the way you do things'. Does it mean when used in this meaning they are interchangeable? For example, can I use 'adapting' to replace 'adjusting' in the sentence?
Adjusting to the tropical heat was more difficult than they had expected.
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"Adapt" is a slower and often more long-lasting change.
You could use "adapt" there, but it would have a different meaning for me.
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