Definition of Organic structure
1. Noun. The entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being). "He felt as if his whole body were on fire"
Category relationships: Animal, Animate Being, Beast, Brute, Creature, Fauna, Homo, Human, Human Being, Man
Generic synonyms: Natural Object
Specialized synonyms: Life Form, Anatomy, Bod, Build, Chassis, Figure, Flesh, Form, Frame, Human Body, Material Body, Physical Body, Physique, Shape, Soma, Live Body
Terms within: Body Substance, Articulatory System, Bodily Cavity, Cavity, Cavum, Digestive System, Gastrointestinal System, Systema Alimentarium, Systema Digestorium, Endocrine System, Lymphatic System, Systema Lymphaticum, Musculoskeletal System, Nervous System, Systema Nervosum, Respiratory System, Systema Respiratorium, Sensory System, Vascular System, Cardiovascular System, Circulatory System, Caput, Head, Cervix, Neck, Body, Torso, Trunk, Leg, Arm, Crotch, Fork, Pressure Point
Derivative terms: Bodily, Bodily
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Literary usage of Organic structure
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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"... a simpler to а шок complex tonn and organic structure by a series of consecutive changes which come under the general denomina- tion of development. ..."
2. An Introduction to Geology: Intended to Convey a Practical Knowledge of the by Robert Bakewell, Benjamin Silliman (1839)
"... higher Forms of organic structure. Paleontology, a term, lately introduced, comprises fossil Zoology and fossil Botany, a knowledge of which may appear ..."
3. An Introduction to Geology: Intended to Convey a Practical Knowledge of the by Robert Bakewell (1839)
"... from lower to higher Forma of organic structure. Paleontology, a term lately introduced, ... organic structure."
4. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1852)
"VIEWS ON THE NATURE OF organic structure. By Lieut. EB HUNT, Corps of Engineers, ... organic structure ..."
5. The Wonders of Geology: Or, A Familiar Exposition of Geological Phenomena by Gideon Algernon Mantell, Thomas Rupert Jones (1858)
"Elementary organic structure. 11. Analogy not Identity. 12. The Bryozoa. 13. Food of Zoophytes. 14. Nature of Zoophytes. 15. ..."
6. The Natural History of Man: Comprising Inquiries Into the Modifying by James Cowles Prichard (1855)
"VARIETIES IN organic structure. 2. IN THE FUNCTIONS OF THE ANIMAL ECONOMY. 3. IN PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS. AFTER surveying the most obvious phenomena of ..."
7. The Institutes of the Law of Nations: A Treatise of the Jural Relations of by James Lorimer (1883)
"4:th, Non-constitutional States, -where the general will finds expression only through the organic structure of society. States of this class may ostensibly ..."
8. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1835)
"It may be said that we admit the existence of .disease with an organic structure intact, in every sense of the word; which would be equivalent to asserting ..."