Glossary of terms used on this siteThere are 41 entries in this glossary.
Capitalism is an economic and political system in which a country’s industry and trade are controlled by private owners rather than the state.
Aliases (separate with |): Capitalism
• The process of forming a cell culture starting from a single, self multiplying cell. • The culture thus contains cells with identical characteristics • Each of these cells can then be used to mass propagate new plants through tissue culture
Aliases (separate with |): CLONING
Colonisation is the process of a dominant ideology imposing economic, political and social values on other societies through the exploitation of human and natural resources.
Aliases (separate with |): Colonisation
Cross-pollination occurs when pollen from one plant is mixed with the pollen of a similar plant, in order to create a new plant. It happens in nature, and can also be done by people. Cross-pollination can occur between genetically modified organisms and non-GMOs, which can be dangerous because we do not know the long-term effects of this process.
Aliases (separate with |): Cross-pollinate