Aquarium vs Bioload - What's the difference?

aquarium | bioload |


As nouns the difference between aquarium and bioload

is that aquarium is aquarium while bioload is the nitrogen-processing demand placed upon the filters of an aquarium by uneaten food, decomposing inhabitants, and other waste.

aquarium

Noun

(en-noun)
  • A tank, often made of glass, for keeping live fish or other aquatic animals.
  • A public place where live fish and other aquatic animals are exhibited.
  • bioload

    English

    Noun

    (en noun) (wikipedia bioload)
  • The nitrogen-processing demand placed upon the filters of an aquarium by uneaten food, decomposing inhabitants, and other waste.
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