Meaning of Organic In foods means: Naturally grown. No unnatural additives or fertilizers were used. In chemistry means: to do with carbon based molecules. In chemistry organic is concerned with the carbon compounds of living beings and also most other carbon compounds.
In food organic is referring to that which was produced without the use of hormones, antibiotics (for non-medicinal purposes), synthetic fertilizers or pesticides in accordance with the USDA National Organic Program (NOP).
1. of living things: relating to, derived from, or characteristic of
living organisms - "organic remains found in rocks. ".
2. developing naturally: occurring or developing gradually and
naturally, without being forced or contrived; developing in the manner
of a living plant or animal - "society is organic".
3. intrinsic: forming a basic and inherent part of something and largely
responsible for its identity or makeup; of the elements of a whole which
are harmoniously related; having systematic coordination of parts
4. naturally efficiently organized: being made of parts that exist
together in a seemingly natural relationship that makes for organized
efficiency need to integrate the various functions of the department
into an organic whole; systematic arrangement of parts
5. (agriculture) avoiding synthetic chemicals: relating to or employing
agricultural practices that avoid the use of artificial chemicals in
favor of naturally occurring pesticides, fertilizers, and other growing
6. (food) produced without synthetic chemicals: grown or reared without
the use of synthetic chemicals a wide range of organic produce
7. (medicine) of body's organs: relating to the organs of the body,
specifically to basic changes in them brought about by physical
8. (chemistry) based on carbon: belonging to a family of compounds that
are ultimately of biological origin. (Compounds which do not have carbon
atoms are called inorganic compounds).
9. (Biology) pertaining to, derived from, like, of the nature of, an
organ of a plant or animal - "an organic disease".
10. (law) Denoting or relating to the fundamental or constitutional laws
and precepts of a government or an organization.
11. of, pertaining to, or affecting living tissue - "organic pathology".
12. (Psychology) caused by neurochemical, neuroendocrinologic,
structural, or other physical impairment or change - "organic disorder".
ANYTHING LIVING WAS LIVING AFFECTS LIVING NOT MAN MADE
BASICALLY it means natural.
That all depends on the meaning of organic. If by organic you mean living, then yes. If by organic you mean the special way of growing and farming that is pesticide free, then no.
Organic molecules are carbon based.
It is a rock derived from organic process, such as coal.
In chemistry organic means it is made or contains carbon.
Do you mean how is an organic compound different from an inorganic compound? If so, an organic compound has carbon, an inorganic compound does not need to have carbon.
If by 'organic' material you mean recently growing plant material, this would be classed as biomass. In chemistry fuels such as oil are classed as organic, but I feel you may not mean that.
An organic mineral is of biogenic origin; for example petroleum can be considered an organic liquid mineral. For other organic minerals see the link below.
An organic substance contains carbon and hydrogen chemically bonded together.
organic fruits mean the purest form of the fruits which has either no pesticides or fewer pesticides compared to non-organic fruits. they do not look as good as non-organic fruits look but are much healthier that that. you can visit farmeruncle.com to know more about it.
In simple terms, organic means related to life. Organic chemicals are the kind which living things are made of.
It is poisoned by oxygen
Organic catalysts (which sometimes mean "enzymes"), are usually proteins. One example of an organic catalyst that is NOT a protein is ribozyme.
It's organico.Yes, but if you mean organic food, we say " cibo biologico"
Organic matter is any living matter such as animal meat or plant matter.
Organic means to be made with carbon. More importantly for geology it means to made either by or from the remains of a living thing. So to be an organic rock part of it's materials are made by or from life.
Yes. Being organic does not mean that it doesn't contain microbes. It will spoil, too.
If you mean ethanoic acid then yes. Ethanol is organic but it is generally not considered an acid.
look up 'The Scream' byEdvard Munch, that is all organic, if that's what you mean?
it means a rock is not organic
Volatile organic compound
when something is fresh
"Organic" chemistry is the study of compounds containing carbon. I'm not sure elemental carbon can be called organic, because the term refers to compounds.
No. While both are grown without chemicals, certified organic growers have applied to and received certification from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). They may be labeled "USDA organic" in stores.