allometric

Allometric vs Allomeric - What's the difference?

allometric | allomeric |


As adjectives the difference between allometric and allomeric

is that allometric is of or pertaining to allometry while allomeric is relating to allomerism.

Population vs Allometric - What's the difference?

population | allometric |


As a noun population

is the people living within a political or geographical boundary.

As an adjective allometric is

of or pertaining to allometry.

Power vs Allometric - What's the difference?

power | allometric |


As a noun power

is (social) effectiveness.

As a verb power

is to provide power for (a mechanical or electronic device).

As an adjective allometric is

of or pertaining to allometry.

Proportional vs Allometric - What's the difference?

proportional | allometric |


As adjectives the difference between proportional and allometric

is that proportional is at a constant ratio (to) two magnitudes (numbers) are said to be proportional if the second varies in a direct relation arithmetically to the first while allometric is of or pertaining to allometry.

Allometric vs Allometry - What's the difference?

allometric | allometry |

Allometric is a related term of allometry.


As an adjective allometric

is of or pertaining to allometry.

As a noun allometry is

(biology) the science studying the differential growth rates of the parts of a living organism's body part or process.