tubercule

Tubercule vs Spine - What's the difference?

tubercule | spine |


As nouns the difference between tubercule and spine

is that tubercule is tubercle while spine is proprietress (of a shop, café, or brothel).

Tuberosity vs Tubercule - What's the difference?

tuberosity | tubercule |


As nouns the difference between tuberosity and tubercule

is that tuberosity is (uncountable) the condition of being tuberous while tubercule is tubercle.

Tubercule vs Condyle - What's the difference?

tubercule | condyle |


As nouns the difference between tubercule and condyle

is that tubercule is tubercle while condyle is (anatomy) a smooth prominence on a bone where it forms a joint with another bone.

Ridge vs Tubercule - What's the difference?

ridge | tubercule |


As a proper noun ridge

is after a natural landscape feature.

As a noun tubercule is

tubercle.

Tubercula vs Tubercule - What's the difference?

tubercula | tubercule |


As nouns the difference between tubercula and tubercule

is that tubercula is while tubercule is tubercle.

Tubercule vs Tuberculation - What's the difference?

tubercule | tuberculation |


As nouns the difference between tubercule and tuberculation

is that tubercule is tubercle while tuberculation is the formation of tubercules.

Tubercule vs Tuberculoid - What's the difference?

tubercule | tuberculoid |


As a noun tubercule

is tubercle.

As an adjective tuberculoid is

of, pertaining to, or resembling a tubercule.

Tubercule vs Phthiocerol - What's the difference?

tubercule | phthiocerol |


As nouns the difference between tubercule and phthiocerol

is that tubercule is tubercle while phthiocerol is (organic compound) a hydroxy derivative of a methyltetratriacontane that is a characteristic constituent of the waxes of tubercule bacilli.

Tubercle vs Tubercule - What's the difference?

tubercle | tubercule |


As nouns the difference between tubercle and tubercule

is that tubercle is (anatomy) a round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth, especially those found on bones for the attachment of a muscle or ligament or small elevations on the surface of a tooth while tubercule is tubercle.