cult-, -cultural, -culture, -cultures, -culturally, -cultrist

(Latin: to care for, to till [the ground], to cherish; to dwell, to inhabit)

pecudiculture (s) (noun), pecudicultures (pl)
1. The raising, or rearing, of cattle: Growing up on a farm, Glen loved cows so much that he decided to study pecudiculture in order to know more about his favorite animals.
2. The genetics, breeding, nutrition and housing of domesticated animals; animal husbandry: Floyd needed to take courses in pecudiculture, as well as those for zoology, which he needed in order to become a veterinarian.
3. Etymology, from Latin pecud-em, "a beast"; in plural, "cattle" + "culture".

The word format is based on agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, etc.

1. Creation of sustainable human environments.
2. Systems of land use promoting stable societies, sustainable use of resources and the preservation of wildlife habitat and genetic diversity of wild and domestic plants and animals.
3. Ethics of earth care.
pisciculture, piscicultural
1. The controlled breeding, hatching, and rearing of fish, especially for scientific or commercial purposes.
2. The artificial breeding, rearing, and preservation of live fish.
Someone who breeds and rears fish for scientific or commercial purposes.
Many diverse crops or species; also, multiculture.
Someone who cultivates a variety of crops or species.
The art or practice of growing fruit.
1. The psychological characteristics of individuals.
2. The relation between the mentality of individuals and the cultures in which they live.
1. The art of raising and training children; child training.
2. The rearing of children, as an art, or branch of sociology.
3. Hygienic care for children; specifically, prenatal care through attention given to the health of pregnant women.
Bacterial pus for medicinal use.
Relating to sericulture; such as, a sericultural industry.
Someone who is involved with the production of raw silk and the rearing of silkworms for the purpose of producing silk.
sericulture, sericiculture
1. The cultivation of raw silk from silkworms.
2. The production of raw silk and the rearing of silkworms for the purpose of producing silk.
Someone who is involved in sericulture or who grows silk-worms for the production of silk.
The cultivation of serum.