(n) A large web-footed bird of the tropical and warm regions, with a
large pouch under the lower bill for catching and holding fish.
Pesticide (n) a substance used to
prevent or destroy insects.
Phosphate rock (n) - a sedimentary rock containing calcium phosphate. Florida has some of the most extensive deposits of phosphate rocks in the world. Very important in the manufacturing of fertilizer.
Physics (n) the science of matter and energy and their
Plant (n) a living organism with a certain cell structure
that doesnt have the ability to move or feel.
Pollen (n) the natural fertilizer found in flowering plants.
Pollution (n) Contamination of air, soil,
or water by the discharge of harmful substances.
Pond (n) a small body of water that is completely surrounded
Precipitation (n) water that falls to the Earth as rain,
snow, hail, sleet.