capsule

Bladder vs Capsule - What's the difference?

bladder | capsule |


As nouns the difference between bladder and capsule

is that bladder is (zoology) a flexible sac that can expand and contract and that holds liquids or gases while capsule is (physiology) a membranous envelope.

As a verb bladder

is to swell out like a bladder with air; to inflate.

Sposangium vs Capsule - What's the difference?

sposangium | capsule |

Capsule vs Peristome - What's the difference?

capsule | peristome |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between capsule and peristome

is that capsule is (botany) a sporangium, especially in bryophytes while peristome is (botany) one or two rings of tooth-like appendages surrounding the opening of the capsule of many mosses.

As nouns the difference between capsule and peristome

is that capsule is (physiology) a membranous envelope while peristome is (botany) one or two rings of tooth-like appendages surrounding the opening of the capsule of many mosses.

Capsule vs Microcapsule - What's the difference?

capsule | microcapsule |


As nouns the difference between capsule and microcapsule

is that capsule is (physiology) a membranous envelope while microcapsule is a very small capsule designed to release its contents when broken (typically, after being swallowed).

Capsule vs Silicle - What's the difference?

capsule | silicle |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between capsule and silicle

is that capsule is (botany) a sporangium, especially in bryophytes while silicle is (botany) a short silique, such as the seed capsule (fruit) of shepherd's purse.

As nouns the difference between capsule and silicle

is that capsule is (physiology) a membranous envelope while silicle is (botany) a short silique, such as the seed capsule (fruit) of shepherd's purse.

Capsule vs Silique - What's the difference?

capsule | silique |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between capsule and silique

is that capsule is (botany) a sporangium, especially in bryophytes while silique is (botany) a long dry fruit (seed capsule), length more than twice the width, typical to cruciferous plants and consisting of two fused carpels that separate when ripe.

As nouns the difference between capsule and silique

is that capsule is (physiology) a membranous envelope while silique is (botany) a long dry fruit (seed capsule), length more than twice the width, typical to cruciferous plants and consisting of two fused carpels that separate when ripe.

Capsule vs Subcapsular - What's the difference?

capsule | subcapsular |


As a noun capsule

is (physiology) a membranous envelope.

As an adjective subcapsular is

(biology) below the capsule (of a joint etc).

Capsule vs Splashdown - What's the difference?

capsule | splashdown |


As nouns the difference between capsule and splashdown

is that capsule is (physiology) a membranous envelope while splashdown is the act of landing in water, as by a space capsule or rollercoaster.

Capsule vs Capsulize - What's the difference?

capsule | capsulize |


As a noun capsule

is (physiology) a membranous envelope.

As a verb capsulize is

to enclose (a medication etc) in a capsule.

Capsule vs Capsular - What's the difference?

capsule | capsular |


As a noun capsule

is (physiology) a membranous envelope.

As an adjective capsular is

of, pertaining to, or resembling a capsule.

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