A person, company, or country that makes, grows, or supplies goods or commodities for sale
an oil producer
A person or thing that makes or causes something
the mold is the producer of the toxin aflatoxin
A person responsible for the financial and managerial aspects of making of a movie or broadcast or for staging a play, opera, etc
A person who supervises the making of a musical recording, esp. by determining the overall sound
manufacturer: someone who manufactures something
someone who finds financing for and supervises the making and presentation of a show (play or film or program or similar work)
something that produces; "Maine is a leading producer of potatoes"; "this microorganism is a producer of disease"
Producer, in United States agricultural policy, is generally thought of as a farm operator. However, given the sometimes complex ownership and rental arrangements of today’s farms, the 2002 farm bill (P.L. 101-171, Sec. ...
The listing below comprises some of the more prominent houses of Champagne. Most of the major houses are members of the organisation Union de Maisons de Champagne (UMC), and are sometimes referred to as Grandes Marques.
A film producer or movie producer is someone who selects a screenplay, initiating the process of film making. The title Executive Producer is normally reserved for a producer with a financial interest in the production. ...
Hip hop production is the creation of hip hop music. Though the term encompasses all aspects of hip hop music, it's most commonly used to refer to the instrumental, non-lyrical aspects of hip hop. This means that hip hop producers are the instrumentalists involved in a work. ...
A record producer is an individual working within the music industry, whose job it is to oversee and manage the recording (i.e. "production") of an artist's music. ...
A radio producer oversees the making of a radio show. The producer may organize callers for talk radio, line-up music, organize show content, etc. ...
(producers) The Þrst level in a food pyramid; consist of organisms that generate the food used by all other organisms in the ecosystem; usually consist of plants making food by photosynthesis.
(Producers) organisms that use solar (green plants) or chemical energy (some bacteria) to sustain life.
(Producers) Plants that perform photosynthesis and provide food to consumers.
(producers) organisms that produce their own organic material (food). They form the basis of the food web.
(producers) plants that manufacture food from inorganic nutrients
Producers or manufacturers are organizations that make a product. This includes companies that are producers of raw materials and companies that are producers of finished goods. Producers of raw materials are organizations that mine for minerals, drill for oil and gas, and cut timber. ...
(PRODUCERS) Those who know, at some level, that they cannot consume more, in their lifetime, than they produce, and through their productivity produce new wealth (profit) for themselves and others as an "exchange of values."
(Producers (also called autotrophs)) the plants and certain bacteria that “fix” carbon and store energy from radiant or chemical processes.
(Producers) Another name for manufacturers who choose to produce a product for a target market or markets.
(Producers) Payouts are on the 1st and 15th of each month, 15% of each sell is deducted, All Save The Beat producers are automaticly elgible for promotions, free products and memberships offered by Save The Beat (Ice Cold Entertianment).
(Producers) Spike Milligan, John Cleese, Steve Smith, Chris Griffin
(Producers) Teruo Miyahara, Shigeru Watanabe, Andy Frain
(Producers) usually plants that are capable of photosynthesis but could be such other organisms such bacteria living around ocean vents that are capable of chemosynthesis.
(Producers) “ The individuals, farms, and organizations that raise animals and grow plants for food.
(producers) Providers of IT product security (e.g. product vendors, product developers, security analysts, and value-added resellers). [AJP][FCv1] (see also security)
(producers) Those self-nourishing organisms that perform photosynthesis by converting relatively simple inorganic substances such as water, carbon dioxide, and nutrients into complex chemicals such as carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. Green plants and phytoplankton are common producers. ...