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Comment Definition: A realizable entity (snap:Real Definition: A realizable entity (snap:RealizableEntity) the manifestation of which is an essentially end-directed activity of a continuant (snap:Continuant) entity in virtue of that continuant (snap:Continuant) entity being a specific kind of entity in the kind or kinds of contexts that it is made for., Examples: the function of a birth canal to enable transport, the function of the heart in the body: to pump blood, to receive de-oxygenated and oxygenated blood, etc., the function of reproduction in the transmission of genetic material, the digestive function of the stomach to nutriate the body, the function of a hammer to drive in nails, the function of a computer program to compute mathematical equations, the function of an automobile to provide transportation, the function of a judge in a court of law the function of a judge in a court of law
Id Function  +
Label Function  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 29 May 2009 22:53:21  +
ModifiedDate 29 May 2009  +
SuperCategory Realizable entity  +
Categories Realizable entity
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Resource:1000 Functional Connectomes Project +, Resource:3D-Interologs +, Resource:3DSwap +, Resource:APHIDBASE +, Resource:APPRIS +, Resource:ARK-Genomics: Centre for Functional Genomics +, Resource:ASPGD +, Resource:AceView +, Resource:AirPROM +, Resource:Akiyoshis illusion pages +, Resource:Algal Functional Annotation Tool +, Resource:Allelic Variations of The XP Genes +, Resource:Alternative Exon Database +, Resource:Ascidian Network for InSitu Expression and Embryological Data +, Resource:BRAID +, Resource:BRENDA +, +, Resource:Bgee: a dataBase for Gene Expression Evolution +, Resource:BioCAT +, Resource:BioCurrents Research Center +, Keywords


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