The ways that humans apply biological concepts to produce products and provide services.
An environmental factor related to or produced by living organisms.
The science of the composition, structure, properties and reactions of carbon based matter, especially of atomic and molecular systems; sometimes referred to as organic chemistry.
Closing the loop
A link in the circular chain of recycling events that promotes the use of products made with recycled materials.
Economic goods or products before they are processed and/or given a brand name, such as a product of agriculture.
The process of mixing decaying leaves, manure and other nutritive matter to improve and fertilize soil.
The ways that humans build structures on sites.
1) Those organisms that obtain energy by feeding on other organisms and their remains. 2) A person buying goods or services for personal needs or to use in the production of other goods for resale.
An organism, often microscopic in size, that obtains nutrients by consuming dead organic matter, thereby making nutrients accessible to other organisms; examples of decomposers include fungi, scavengers, rodents and other animals.
To trace the outline; to draw; to sketch; to depict or picture.