|Description:||Organismal continuant entity which is enclosed by the bona fide boundary of an organism or is an attribute of its structural organization. Examples: cell, heart, head, peritoneal cavity, apex of lung, anatomical term, sagittal plane (FMA).|
|Synonym(s):||anatomical object, anatomical objects, Supramolecular part of organism, anatomical structure|
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This category has the following 19 subcategories, out of 19 total.
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Facts about Anatomical entity
|Created||7 September 2006 +|
|CurationStatus||graph position temporary +|
|Curator||Maryann Martone +|
|Definition||Organismal continuant entity which is enclosed by the bona fide boundary of an organism or is an attribute of its structural organization. Examples: cell, heart, head, peritoneal cavity, apex of lung, anatomical term, sagittal plane (FMA).|
|EditorialNote||We are changing the definition of this cat … We are changing the definition of this category from material entity to independent continuant, as we do not believe that non-experts can distinguish among material and immaterial entities. The meaning usually depends on the context, e.g., a sulcus (a space) can be used as a proxy for the gray matter lying within its depths or as a landmark. lying within its depths or as a landmark.|
|Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||PONS brain region +|
|Label||Anatomical entity +|
|ModifiedDate||10 July 2012 +|
|SuperCategory||Independent continuant +|
|Synonym||anatomical object +, anatomical objects +, Supramolecular part of organism +, and anatomical structure +|