hypotonic

Isosmotic vs Hypotonic - What's the difference?

isosmotic | hypotonic |


As adjectives the difference between isosmotic and hypotonic

is that isosmotic is having the same osmotic pressure while hypotonic is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

Floppy vs Hypotonic - What's the difference?

floppy | hypotonic |


As adjectives the difference between floppy and hypotonic

is that floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible while hypotonic is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

As a noun floppy

is (computing) a floppy disk.

Hypotonic - What does it mean?

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Hypotonic vs Hypoosmolar - What's the difference?

hypotonic | hypoosmolar |


As adjectives the difference between hypotonic and hypoosmolar

is that hypotonic is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another while hypoosmolar is of or pertaining to hypoosmolarity.

Hypotonic vs Hypotonia - What's the difference?

hypotonic | hypotonia |


As an adjective hypotonic

is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

As a noun hypotonia is

an abnormal loss of muscle tone.

Taxonomy vs Hypotonic - What's the difference?

taxonomy | hypotonic |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective hypotonic is

(of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

Hyperosmotic vs Hypotonic - What's the difference?

hyperosmotic | hypotonic |


As adjectives the difference between hyperosmotic and hypotonic

is that hyperosmotic is hypertonic while hypotonic is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

Hypotonic vs Auxotonic - What's the difference?

hypotonic | auxotonic | see also |

Hypotonic is a see also of auxotonic.


As adjectives the difference between hypotonic and auxotonic

is that hypotonic is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another while auxotonic is (botany) relating to plant movement classified by growth as opposed to mature reactions to exogenous stimuli in surrounding environment antonym: allassotonic.

Hypotonic vs Tonicity - What's the difference?

hypotonic | tonicity | Related terms |

Hypotonic is a related term of tonicity.


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between hypotonic and tonicity

is that hypotonic is (medicine) showing less than normal tension in the muscles or muscle tissue while tonicity is (medicine) the normal presence of tone or tension in a muscle or organ; tonus.

As an adjective hypotonic

is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

As a noun tonicity is

(medicine) the normal presence of tone or tension in a muscle or organ; tonus.

Muscle vs Hypotonic - What's the difference?

muscle | hypotonic |


As a noun muscle

is (uncountable) a contractile form of tissue which animals use to effect movement.

As a verb muscle

is to use force to make progress, especially physical force.

As an adjective hypotonic is

(of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

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