Definition of Organic process
1. Noun. A process occurring in living organisms.
Generic synonyms: Physical Process, Process
Specialized synonyms: Adaptation, Adaption, Adjustment, Agglutination, Ageing, Aging, Senescence, Anovulation, Antisepsis, Asepsis, Absorption, Assimilation, Autoregulation, Bacteriostasis, Bloom, Blooming, Activity, Bodily Function, Bodily Process, Body Process, Carbon Cycle, Catabolism, Destructive Metabolism, Dissimilation, Katabolism, Cell Division, Cellular Division, Crossing Over, Crossover, Defoliation, Deossification, Digestion, Eburnation, Ecchymosis, Effacement, Erythropoiesis, Eutrophication, Evolution, Organic Evolution, Phylogenesis, Phylogeny, Expression, Extravasation, Gastrulation, Glycogenesis, Development, Growing, Growth, Maturation, Ontogenesis, Ontogeny, Haematogenesis, Haematopoiesis, Haemogenesis, Haemopoiesis, Hematogenesis, Hematopoiesis, Hemogenesis, Hemopoiesis, Sanguification, Heredity, Humification, Epistasis, Hypostasis, Implantation, Nidation, Inhibition, Infolding, Introversion, Intussusception, Invagination, Involution, Cytokinesis, Karyokinesis, Keratinisation, Keratinization, Citric Acid Cycle, Krebs Citric Acid Cycle, Krebs Cycle, Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle, Lymphopoiesis, Lysogenisation, Lysogenization, Maturation, Maturement, Ripening, Metabolic Process, Metabolism, Metabolism, Metamorphosis, Nitrogen Cycle, Nitrogen Fixation, Nondevelopment, Nutrition, Organification, Ossification, Ovulation, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Birth, Birthing, Giving Birth, Parturition, Pathologic Process, Pathological Process, Perennation, Preservation, Quellung, Quellung Reaction, Quickening, Regeneration, Regulation, Replication, Reproduction, Reabsorption, Resorption, Ageing, Aging, Ripening, Secernment, Secretion, Segregation, Shedding, Sloughing, Summation, Symphysis, Synapsis, Synezesis, Synizesis, Transcription, Transduction, Translation, Folding, Protein Folding, Translocation, Translocation, Transpiration, Tumefaction, Ulceration, Vascularisation, Vascularization, Blistering, Vesication, Vesiculation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Organic Process
Literary usage of Organic process
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Syllogistic Philosophy Or Prolegomena to Science by Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1906)
"This involution of idea in all evolution of form, which is the very essence of the organic process as life, is that immanent and universal teleology of ..."
2. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1889)
"The cell-wall of plants, which, be it again noted, is a definite chemical substance, grows in extent and thickness by an intricate organic process, ..."
3. Cultural Reality by Florian Znaniecki (1919)
"... a phenomenon of biological adaptation is the causal determination of an organic process by an extra-organic process or vice versa. A certain science is, ..."