lacertus

Lacerts vs Lacertus - What's the difference?

lacerts | lacertus |


As nouns the difference between lacerts and lacertus

is that lacerts is while lacertus is (anatomy) a bundle or fascicle of muscular fibres.

Fibre vs Lacertus - What's the difference?

fibre | lacertus |


As nouns the difference between fibre and lacertus

is that fibre is (senseid)(countable) a single piece of a given material, elongated and roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibres to form thread while lacertus is (anatomy) a bundle or fascicle of muscular fibres.

Muscular vs Lacertus - What's the difference?

muscular | lacertus |


As an adjective muscular

is of, relating to, or connected with muscles.

As a noun lacertus is

(anatomy) a bundle or fascicle of muscular fibres.

Fascicle vs Lacertus - What's the difference?

fascicle | lacertus |


In context|anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between fascicle and lacertus

is that fascicle is (anatomy): a bundle of skeletal muscle fibers surrounded by connective tissue while lacertus is (anatomy) a bundle or fascicle of muscular fibres.

As nouns the difference between fascicle and lacertus

is that fascicle is a bundle or cluster while lacertus is (anatomy) a bundle or fascicle of muscular fibres.

Bundle vs Lacertus - What's the difference?

bundle | lacertus |


As nouns the difference between bundle and lacertus

is that bundle is a group of objects held together by wrapping or tying while lacertus is (anatomy) a bundle or fascicle of muscular fibres.

As a verb bundle

is to tie or wrap together.