endopodite

Endopodite - What does it mean?

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Endopodite vs Meropodite - What's the difference?

endopodite | meropodite |


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between endopodite and meropodite

is that endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea while meropodite is (biology) a segment of the endopodite of a crustacean between the ischiopodite and the carpopodite.

As nouns the difference between endopodite and meropodite

is that endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea while meropodite is (biology) a segment of the endopodite of a crustacean between the ischiopodite and the carpopodite.

Process vs Endopodite - What's the difference?

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In biology|lang=en terms the difference between process and endopodite

is that process is (biology) an outgrowth of tissue or cell while endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea.

As nouns the difference between process and endopodite

is that process is a series of events to produce a result, especially as contrasted to product while endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea.

As a verb process

is to perform a particular process or process can be (mostly british) to walk in a procession.

Endopodite vs Endopod - What's the difference?

endopodite | endopod |


As nouns the difference between endopodite and endopod

is that endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea while endopod is endopodite.

Exodopite vs Endopodite - What's the difference?

exodopite | endopodite |

Endopodite vs Uropod - What's the difference?

endopodite | uropod |

Endopodite is a see also of uropod.


As nouns the difference between endopodite and uropod

is that endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.