Producer

An auto-trophic organism or population, usually of green plants, that procures energy from outside the ecosystem and through the process of photosynthesis converts this energy into living organic matter within the system.
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producer

  1. someone who manufactures something
  2. someone who finds financing for and supervises the making and presentation of a show (play or film or program or similar work)

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producer

(Living things in their environment) an organism which can make its own food - ie a green plant
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Producer

A sheep or cattle farmer. (See 'grazier' or 'pastoralist').
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Producer

• (n.) One who produces, brings forth, or generates. • (n.) A furnace for producing combustible gas which is used for fuel. • (n.) One who grows agricultural products, or manufactures crude materials into articles of use.
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Producer

(1) Exhibit Producer: An individual or company which designs and/or builds exhibits. (2) Show Producer: An individual or company which manages trade shows.
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producer

(ecology) a plant, that is able to produce its own food from inorganic substance; (energetics) an organism or process that generates concentrated energy from sunlight beyond its own needs.
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producer

(from the article `carbon cycle`) ...many of which are essential to life on Earth. The source of the carbon found in living matter is carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air or dissolved in ... ...step in a nutritive series, or food chain, of an ecosystem. The organisms of a chain are classified into these levels on the basis of their ... .....
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producer

noun something that produces; `Maine is a leading producer of potatoes`; `this microorganism is a producer of disease`
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Producer

[agriculture] Producer, in United States agricultural policy, is generally thought of as a farm operator. However, given the sometimes complex ownership and rental arrangements of today’s farms, the 2002 farm bill (P.L. 101-171, Sec. 1001) defines a producer for purposes of farm program benefits as an owner-operator, landlord, tenant, or ...
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producer

[Noun] Plural form: producers. A senior person who makes a TV programme, a radio programme or a web site.
Example: My friend is the producer of EastEnders.
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Producer

Pro·du'cer noun 1. One who produces, brings forth, or generates. 2. One who grows agricultural products, or manufactures crude materials into articles of use. 3. (Iron & Steel Manuf.) A furnace for producing combustible gas which is used for fuel.
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producer

A farmer, rancher or orchardist. The term usually is preceded by an adjective that describes the nature of the operation, such as potato producer.
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producer

A grower or processor.
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producer

a living thing that produces its own food within itself, usually by using sunlight energy in photosynthesis
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Producer

A manager at a game company who oversees the process of making a game.
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Producer

A producer (or aurotroph) is an organism that makes its own food from light energy (using photosynthesis), or chemical energy (using chemosynthesis). Most green plants, many protists (one-celled organisms like slime molds and amoebas ) and most bacteria are producers. Producers are the base of the food chain.
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Producer

A producer is responsible for raising funds, hiring key personnel, and arranging for distributors.
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Producer

A producer's job is to direct a recording artistically, technically and financially from its inception to the final mix. Producers are often seen as almost Svengali-like figures who create or focus a band or performer's style. Many have signature sounds of their own, for example Phil Spector's 'Wall of Sound.' Some producers, such as George Martin ...
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Producer

A sheep or cattle farmer. (See 'grazier' or 'pastoralist').
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producer

An entity or individual who leads the production process. They decide on a project, raise the capital, engage the creative team and artists, plan logistics, plan and execute a marketing strategy, monitor and respond to box office intake, provide management support to the company. Also, the producer must ensure that the business aspects of this proc...
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Producer

An organism that can synthesize the organic nutrients in requires for growth through processes like photosynthesis.
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producer

Any organism which brings energy into an ecosystem from inorganic sources. Most plants and many protists are producers.
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Producer

In amateur companies usually synonymous with the Director, but in the professional theatre the person who makes all the necessary arrangements for the production to be put on: finding the finance, smoothing the way for the Director. Almost the equivalent of the Business Manager. The best producers (the best known is probably Cameron Mackintosh, who...
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Producer

In amateur companies usually synonymous with the Director, but in the professional theatre the person who makes all the necessary arrangements for the production to be put on: finding the finance, smoothing the way for the Director. Almost the equivalent of the Business Manager. The best producers (the best known is probably Cameron Mackintosh, who...
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