organic process

NOUN
  1. a process occurring in living organisms
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How To Use organic process In A Sentence

  • The hemispheres of the brain are now generally held to be the seat of those teleorganic processes which are coincident with noetic ideas and the active faculties of the mind.
  • On the contrary, in every organic process, the antitheses always reflect a unified totality, and civilization is an organic process.
  • For over three centuries we have been attempting to separate our selves from the organic processes and rhythms of the natural world.
  • Organic processed food is also different as many of the food additives, such as artificial sweeteners and hydrogenated fat, are not allowed.
  • She advocates the idea of creating gardens that feed themselves, an organic process she believes produces healthier food and flowers.
  • The gathering of kompromat is an organic process.
  • It's hard to tell if his cynicism is the result of living in the ‘English’ world or if it's part of the natural, organic process of growing up.
  • Fortunately for an answer to this question, air is as vital to change in the inorganic processes of nature as it is to those other changes which we call peculiarly life. Mars
  • The organic process by which an organism assimilates food and uses it for growth and maintenance.
  • Development is an organic process, so we inevitably added and expanded on a few features that greatly improved the product.
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