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Synonyms for organic

Synonyms for organic

produced by nature; not artificial or manmade

Synonyms for organic

a fertilizer that is derived from animal or vegetable matter

relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis

being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms

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involving or affecting physiology or bodily organs

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of or relating to foodstuff grown or raised without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides or hormones

simple and healthful and close to nature

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constitutional in the structure of something (especially your physical makeup)

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Moreover, P-PN are known to contain both polar and non-polar parts and may thus interact with hydrophobic, refractory organic components such as HS (Zang et al.
The team leveraged the analytical speed and mass accuracy of the latest Thermo Scientific Orbitrap technology to comprehensively identify the organic components present in the water samples.
The carbon, nitrogen and oxygen are typical for organic components in flux.
The results of the research, conducted at the University of Cambridge, permit scientists to speculate how primitive cells learned to synthesize their organic components - the molecules that form RNA, lipids and amino acids.
Osteosarcoma is a mesenchymal malignancy in which the neoplastic cells synthesize and secrete the organic components of bone matrix.
Silanes and siloxanes react to form silicone resin networks with organic components which increase hydrophobicity.
Influent is fed to the anaerobic bioreactor where the organic components are converted into energy-rich biogas.
Elaborating on the procedure of the research, Bazargan said, "Generally speaking, the prepared ceramic nanofibers by the applied method which entails ceramic precursors in the presence of polymer compound, requires a separation treatment to get rid of the organic components and achieve the pure inorganic nanofibers.
While some paper producers burn the black liquor directly, it is often processed in specialized boilers which burn the organic components and allow the inorganic chemicals to be recovered from a smelt for reuse in the pulping process.
Added to feed they deliver high-quality organic components such as choline, ethanolamine and inositol as well as phosphorus and unsaturated fatty acids.
The purpose of testing was to determine the percentage of the total organic components of rocks and the proportion of sapropel component, exinite, vitrinite and inertinite in the total organic matter.
Indoor and outdoor polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and hopanes were positively associated with biomarkers, but other organic components and transition metals were not.
Carbon, nitrogen and oxygen also were present in both residues and are typical organic components of the flux.
The ground skink depends on leaf litter and other structural organic components of the forest floor for refuge (Brooks 1967).
This plate consists of an outer cuticle and two calcified layers, all formed by a single layer of epithelial cells; the organic components of the opercular plate play a major role in the organization of the inorganic components.