farm animals; domestic animals raised for their working ability or for their value as a source of food and other products
lack of food in a place; time of starving
not very hot, and not very cold
English economist: Said that population tends to increase more rapidly than food supplies
a unit of the energy supplied by food
a substance that is a necessary part of the cells of animals and plants
a nourishing substance
a plant which bears pods containing a number of seeds
the seeds of a group of plants, such as peas, beans, and lentils, used as food
corn, wheat, rice, and other grasses
help prevent shortages after poor farming years
manure, or any organic substance, or a chemical that makes soil richer in plant foods when it is spread over or put into soil
for each person
term used to describe the transformation of agriculture in many developing nations that led to significant increases in agricultural production between the 1940s and 1960s
a type of concentrated animal feeding operation
used in making flour and oil and as a food
to hunt or search for food
Food and Agricultural Organization
the raising of plants or animals, such as fish or shellfish, in or at the bottom of the sea, a lake, a river, or other body of water
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