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Sigma KEE - OrganicObject

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Entit�Organica
This class encompasses Organisms, CorpuscularObjects that are parts of Organisms, i.e. BodyParts, and CorpuscularObjects that are nonintentionally produced by Organisms, e.g. ReproductiveBodies.
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Parents OggettoCorpuscolare A SelfConnectedObject whose parts have properties that are not shared by the whole.
  OrganicThing A SelfConnectedObject that is produced by a non-intentional process from an Organism. Note that this refers only to the primary cause. That is, a PlantAgriculturalProduct is firstly produced by a Plant, and only secondarily by a Human that is tending the plant.
Children StrutturaAnatomicaA normal or pathological part of the anatomy or structural organization of an Organism. This class covers BodyParts, as well as structures that are given off by Organisms, e.g. ReproductiveBodies.
 BiopolymerBiopolymers are natural Polymers produced by the cells of living organisms. Like other polymers, biopolymers consist of Monomeric units that are covalently bonded in chains to form larger molecules. There are three main classes of biopolymers, classified according to the monomers used and the structure of the biopolymer formed: polynucleotides, polypeptides, and polysaccharides.[Wikipedia]
 GeneA Gene is a segment of Nucleotides in one of the chains of a DNAMolecule.
 MiswakA natural tooth brush in the form of a small branch from the plant 'Salvadora persica', still in use by Arabs and Muslims.
 NucleotideNucleotides are organic molecules composed of a nitrogenous base, a pentose sugar and a phosphate. They serve as monomeric units of the nucleic acid polymers – deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA), both of which are essential biomolecules within all life-forms on Earth.[Wikipedia]
 OrganismoGenerally, a living individual, including all Plants and Animals.
 OrganismRemainsAn instance of OrganismRemains is Dead matter of a formerly Living Organism: Plant, Animal, or Microorganism. An instance of OrganismRemains might or might not be recognizable as the remains of a particular kind or species of organism, depending on the cause of the Organism's Death (heart failure, stroke, roadkill, dismemberment, etc.), the elapsed time since death, the speed of decomposition, and any post-mortem processing of the dead organism (embalming, cremation, mummification, boiling, consumption as food, etc.).


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