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Anatomical entity

Name: Anatomical entity
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
Super-category: Independent continuant
Id: birnlex_6
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Created7 September 2006  +
CurationStatusgraph position temporary  +
CuratorMaryann Martone  +
DefinitionOrganismal 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).
EditorialNoteWe 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  +
Idbirnlex_6  +
LabelAnatomical entity  +
ModifiedDate10 July 2012  +
SuperCategoryIndependent continuant  +
Synonymanatomical object  +, anatomical objects  +, Supramolecular part of organism  +, and anatomical structure  +