germen

Germen - What does it mean?

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Germen vs Germans - What's the difference?

germen | germans |


As nouns the difference between germen and germans

is that germen is while germans is .

Germen vs Gemmen - What's the difference?

germen | gemmen |


As nouns the difference between germen and gemmen

is that germen is while gemmen is .

Germed vs Germen - What's the difference?

germed | germen |


As a verb germed

is (germ).

As a noun germen is

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Germen vs Mermen - What's the difference?

germen | mermen |


As nouns the difference between germen and mermen

is that germen is while mermen is .

Germen vs Germin - What's the difference?

germen | germin |


As nouns the difference between germen and germin

is that germen is while germin is (protein) any of a group of proteins, resistant to proteases, associated with the germination of cereals.

Germ vs Germen - What's the difference?

germ | germen |


As nouns the difference between germ and germen

is that germ is (biology) the small mass of cells from which a new organism develops; a seed, bud or spore while germen is the basic form of an organism; the seed or germ.

As a verb germ

is to germinate.

Seed vs Germen - What's the difference?

seed | germen |


As nouns the difference between seed and germen

is that seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant while germen is the basic form of an organism; the seed or germ.

As a verb seed

is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Organism vs Germen - What's the difference?

organism | germen |


As nouns the difference between organism and germen

is that organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism while germen is the basic form of an organism; the seed or germ.

Form vs Germen - What's the difference?

form | germen |


As nouns the difference between form and germen

is that form is to do with shape while germen is the basic form of an organism; the seed or germ.

As a verb form

is (lb) to give shape or visible structure to (a thing or person).