homocercal

Homocercal - What does it mean?

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Protocercal vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

protocercal | homocercal | coordinate terms |

Protocercal is a coordinate term of homocercal.


As adjectives the difference between protocercal and homocercal

is that protocercal is (zoology) having a caudal fin extending around the end of the vertebral column, like that which is first formed in the embryo of fishes; diphycercal while homocercal is (ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Diphycercal vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

diphycercal | homocercal | coordinate terms |

Diphycercal is a coordinate term of homocercal.


As adjectives the difference between diphycercal and homocercal

is that diphycercal is (zoology) describing a symmetric tail fin in which the vertebral column extends to the tip while homocercal is (ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Vertebral vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

vertebral | homocercal |


As adjectives the difference between vertebral and homocercal

is that vertebral is vertebral while homocercal is (ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Lobe vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

lobe | homocercal |


As a noun lobe

is .

As an adjective homocercal is

(ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Fish vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

fish | homocercal |


As a proper noun fish

is .

As an adjective homocercal is

(ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Tail vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

tail | homocercal |


As a noun tail

is .

As an adjective homocercal is

(ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Symmetric vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

symmetric | homocercal |


As adjectives the difference between symmetric and homocercal

is that symmetric is symmetrical while homocercal is (ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.

Heterocercal vs Homocercal - What's the difference?

heterocercal | homocercal |


As adjectives the difference between heterocercal and homocercal

is that heterocercal is (ichthyology) of a fish's tail, such that the vertebral column bends and extends upwards into the upper lobe of the tail, making it larger than the lower lobe; as in sharks, rays, and skates while homocercal is (ichthyology) describing the symmetric tail of a fish that has two lobes extending from the end of the vertebral column.