Organic

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

Organic

1. Of or relating to or derived from living organisms. 2. Organic also refers to organic foods, or foods raised according to standards of organic agriculture, including the use of crop rotation to control plant diseases and pests and to allow rejuvenation of soil nutrients; additionally, the use of nonsynthetic fertilizers such as to build soil structure and microbial life as the basis for strong plants. 3. A fertilizer that is derived from vegetable or animal matter. ...

Organic

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

Organic

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

A term designating any chemical compound which contains carbon and hydrogen.
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Organic

Agriculture that's conducted according to standards that minimize the use of fertilizers and chemical pest control. Products and ingredients derived from organic agriculture support the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality.
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organic

Composed of carbon compounds; being from the source of living organisms.
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Organic

(1) Relating to an organism. (2) Derived from an organism.
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organic

(or-gan´ik) pertaining to an organ or organs. having an organized structure. arising from an organism. pertaining to substances derived from living organisms. denoting chemical substances containing covalently bonded carbon atoms. pertaining to or cultivate...
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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

• (a.) Forming a whole composed of organs. Hence: Of or pertaining to a system of organs; inherent in, or resulting from, a certain organization; as, an organic government; his love of truth was not inculcated, but organic. • (a.) Pertaining to, or denoting, any one of the large series of substances which, in nature or origin, are connect...
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organic

adjective simple and healthful and close to nature; `an organic lifestyle`
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Organic

[model] Organic describes forms, methods and patterns found in living systems such as the organisation of cells, to populations, communities, and ecosystems. Typically organic models stress the interdependence of the component parts, as well as their differentiation. Other properties of organic models include: Organic models are used especi...
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Organic

Or·gan'ic adjective [ Latin organicus , Greek ...: confer French organique .] 1. (Biol.) Of or pertaining to an organ or its functions, or to objects composed of organs; consisting of organs, or containing them; as, the organic structure of animals and plants; exhibi...
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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

a legalized regulated term related to production of food products according to pre-set standards
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Organic

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

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

A term first applied by Jöns Berzelius to compounds, such as sugars and alcohols, which occur naturally in plant and animal 'organisms.' At the time, there was considered to be a fundamental difference between organic and inorganic materials. In modern parlance, organic refers to the chemistry o...
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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

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

An image that shows a relationship to nature as opposed to man-made images. Any shape that resembles a naturally occurring form or that suggests a natural growing or expanding process.
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organic

Any foods grown without the use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides, in soil made rich by composting and mulching. Pertaining to carbon-based compounds produced by living plants, animals or by synthetic processes. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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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

Being or composed of hydrocarbons or their derivatives, or matter of plant or animal origin.
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