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Subject Part
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Subject Part: The portion or product of organism morphology, behaviour, environment, etc. that is either predominantly shown or particularly well exemplified by a media item.

Notes: Audubon Core: No formal encoding scheme as yet exists.

Example(s): "whole body", "head", "flower", "mating song", "feces" (dung, droppings, etc.), "canopy" (e.g. of a rain forest stand). Several anatomical ontologies are emerging in