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  • Answer: A compound is two or more elements chemically combined either by ionic bonding or covalent while A molecule is two or more atoms bonded to one another by covalent bonding, the atoms may be of the same or different elements.
  • Answer: Compounds are formed from elements.
    A molecule is formed fro atoms.
  • Answer: Mechanistic model is synonymous with the bureaucracy in that it has extensive departmentalization, high formalization, a limited information network (mostly downward communication) and little participation by low-level members in decision making.While, organic model is flat, uses cross hierarchical and cross-functional teams, has low formalization, possesses a comprehensive information network (using lateral and upward communication as well as downward), and involves high parcitipation in decision-making.
  • Answer: organic disease
    • involving the physical & biochemical changes that occur in the cells
    • examples: inflammatory disorders & physical injuries


    functional disease
    • any disease that present without any lesion
    • example: spastic colon

  • Answer: If you mean hard surface by polygon. Then organic modeling is modeling things that are alive like trees and people and hard surface modeling is modeling cars and anything planar. Both can be modeled with polygons but usually organic models will be converted to subdivision meshes
  • Answer: Organic Mental Health problems have an identifiable physical cause; such as in the dementias or some people with brain injury.


    Functional Mental Health Problems are not due to simple structural abnormalities of the brain. There is no 100% identifiable cause for these illnesses. The jury is still out.
  • Answer: Linen is a fabric made from plant fibers. Organic linen refers to linen that is made from plants that have been grown without the use of toxic pesticides and fertilizers.
  • Answer: The same shop can attract both those customers who want organic aswell as those who prefer non-organic.
  • Answer: Farm yard manure,vermicompost are the commonest choices
  • Answer: they have chemicals and preservatives that are bad for people butkeeps the fruit better longer. personally i like organic better. ithas a better taste. they all so have a good re zort in tell the25-30 30$ for 2 weeks and free food and pool era and its all askame
  • Answer: The term "organic" refers to matter that is made up of a Carbon base. Examples of matter made up of a Carbon Base includes Living matter (Plants & Animals), Sugars, Fats, Wood, Oil products, etc.
    So in this case an organic fertiliser is one derived from organic products, Sheep manure is digested plant material, Blood and Bone is pulverized animal material, all carbon based. A Crude oil based product would also be organic although you would not find this on the label.

    A Non-Organic (sometimes referred to as "Chemical") fertiliser is anything else, they contain only the nutrients needed by the plant and come in a range of mixes depending on nutritional requirements when they are to be applied.

    Organic fertilisers are great for adding organic matter to the soil and for feeding soil microbes however they need time to be broken down to the point where they are useful for the plant. Chemical fertilisers are available to the plant as soon as they are in solution within the soil.
  • Answer: Organic foods are as limited as possible in inorganic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. They also do not contain growth hormones. Non-organic foods may contain growth hormones and may have been treated with non-organic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides.
  • Answer: organics should have less chemicals and poisons, so this should be better for ya!

What is the difference between organic compounds?

  • Basically, all organic compounds have carbon and organic chemistryis the study of carbon based comounds. Inorganic generally do notcontain carbon (with exceptions being carbon monoxide, carbondioxide, metal carbonates, metal bicarbonates and metal carbides).

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