Organic

Used to describe substances that are derived from animal or vegetable matter such as manure and compost

Organic

Having to do with living matter. Organic chemistry covers all substances containing carbon, hence it covers hydrocarbons.

Organic

Made of, or derived from or related to living organisms. In agriculture organic means natural. in chemistry organic means a molecule or substance that contains carbon.
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Organic

In gardening, organic refers to anything relating to, or derived from living organisms. Soil contains organic matter such as decaying plants and living organisms (worms, fungi, microbes.) Organic is also a labeling term for food and other products that are regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture and other entities to be grown or ma...
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Organic

grown without artificial pesticides or artificial chemicals.
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Organic

Containing carbon compounds formed by living organisms.
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organic

a term used to describe substances that originate from living matter, whether plant or animal, and occur as a result of natural processes. Organic also describes gardening and lawn care styles and products that avoid man-made ingredients. See also: organic matter, synthetic.
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Organic

Substances derived from living material.
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Organic

Made of, or derived from or related to living organisms. In agriculture organic means natural. in chemistry organic means a molecule or substance that contains carbon.
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Organic

A method of gardening without using synthetic (man-made) products.
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Organic

Term used by gardeners to distinguish those sorts of soil amendments, fertilizers, and pesticides that derive GardenPlanningfrom unprocessed natural products, as opposed to products chemically synthesized in a factory. Examples of organic products include manures, rock phosphate, and rotenone, an insecticide extracted from the roots of a South Amer...
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Organic

of plant or animal origin.
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organic

adj. Pertaining to compounds containing carbon. Also refers to living things or the materials made by living things. inorganicâ€` ant.
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Organic

When referring to chemical compounds, anything that contains carbon. The original definition was more like 'any chemical found in or derived from a living organism' and most chemists still feel funny calling carbon monoxide or the carbonate ion (CO32-) organic compoinds.
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Organic

Fertilizers and chemicals that have been obtained from a source which is or has been alive. Also the general term used for a type of gardening using no chemical or synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.
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Organic

1. Referring to or derived from living organisms. 2. In chemistry, any compound containing carbon.
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Organic

Deriving from living organisms
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organic

[adj] - of or relating to or derived from living organisms 2. [adj] - being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms 3. [adj] - (chemistry) relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis 4. [adj] - (pathology) involving or affecting physiology or bodily...
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Organic

Low output farming using rotations, clover, and very few artificial fertilisers, pesticides and antibiotics.
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Organic

substances such as proteins, sugars, wood and plastics with molecular structures containing carbon-hydrogen (C-H) bonds
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Organic

originally meant “derived from living matter�. In chemistry it means chemicals containing carbon and hydrogen with other elements such as oxygen and nitrogen. Nowadays, organic commonly refers to food produced without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides - leading to the tautology organic vegetables!
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Organic

compounds that contain carbon, which are often created as a result of a life process.
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organic

organic compound. Compare with inorganic compound. Compounds that contain carbon chemically bound to hydrogen. They often contain other elements (particularly O, N, halogens, or S). Organic compounds were once thought to be produced only by living things. We now know that any organic compound can be synthesized in the laboratory (although this can ...
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organic

Being or composed of hydrocarbons or their derivatives, or matter of plant or animal origin. Contrast with inorganic.
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Organic

Pertaining to carbon
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