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a primate of a family ( Hominidae ) that includes humans and their fossil ancestors

hominids

food or drink regarded as a source of strength or nourishment

sustenance

the act of mixing different species or varieties of plants or animals

hybridisation

development of industry on a large scale

industustrialization

preparing or using for crops or gardening

cultivating

slightly burning something, as in the surface or edges

charring

adaptation to intimate association with human beings

domestication

the science or practice of farming

agriculture

a molecule containing a very large number of atoms, such as a protein, nucleic acid, or synthetic polymer

macromolecules

a spontaneous or natural liking or sympathy for someone or something

affinity

a vitamin found particularly in citrus fruits and green vegetables. It is essential in maintaining healthy connective tissue, and is also th

ascorbic acid

a disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin C, characterized by swollen bleeding gums and the opening of previously healed wounds, which par

scurvy

the movement of water molecules from a higher water potential to a lower water potential through a concentration gradient and they diffuse

osmosis

vessels, etc. make out of baked clay (such as a clay pot)

earthenware

the traditional sacred food of most of the Amer

maize

the process of forming semi-solid lumps in a liquid

coagulation

a mixture with properties between those of a solution and fine suspension

colloid

the chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria

fermetation

material in which individual molecules are dispersed in a liquid (salt brines, sugar syrup)

solution

ispersion of gas in a liquid or solid (bread, head on a glass of beer)

foam

material in which clusters of molecules are dispersed in a liquid (nonfat milk)

suspension

dispersion of water in a solid (fruit jelly)

gel

when sugar melts from solid to a liquid, but then breaks apart to form hundreds of new compounds

caramelization

a special type of suspension in which the dispersed substance is a liquid that cant mix evenly with the containing liquid (oil and vinegar d

emulsion

a fine dispersion of minute droplets of one liquid in another in which it is not soluble or miscible

emulsion

the pressure that would have to be applied to a pure solvent to prevent it from passing into a given solution by osmosis, often used to expr

osmotic pressure

an organism that lives in or on another organism and benefits by deriving nutrients at the host's expense

parasite

The sol-gel process, also known as chemical solution deposition, is a wet-chemical technique widely used in the fields of materials science

gel-sol

the state of being thick due to internal friction

viscosity

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