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Lichen vs Bryophyte - What's the difference?

lichen | bryophyte |


As nouns the difference between lichen and bryophyte

is that lichen is any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc while bryophyte is (botany) any plant of the division bryophyta, defined sensu lato to comprise the mosses, liverworts and hornworts and corresponding to all embryophytes that are not vascular plants.

Lichen - What does it mean?

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Blight vs Lichen - What's the difference?

blight | lichen | Related terms |

Blight is a related term of lichen.


As nouns the difference between blight and lichen

is that blight is any of many plant diseases causing damage to, or the death of, leaves, fruit or other parts while lichen is any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

As a verb blight

is to affect with blight; to blast; to prevent the growth and fertility of.

Wikidiffcom vs Lichen - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | lichen |


As a noun lichen is

any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

Algee vs Lichen - What's the difference?

algee | lichen |


As a noun lichen is

any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

Rust vs Lichen - What's the difference?

rust | lichen | Related terms |

Rust is a related term of lichen.


As a verb rust

is to grow.

As a noun lichen is

any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

Mould vs Lichen - What's the difference?

mould | lichen | Synonyms |

Mould is a synonym of lichen.


As nouns the difference between mould and lichen

is that mould is (british|canadian|australian) while lichen is any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

As a verb mould

is (british|canadian|australian).

Lichen vs Liken - What's the difference?

lichen | liken |


As a noun lichen

is any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

As a verb liken is

to compare; to state that (something) is like (something else).

Lichen vs Like - What's the difference?

lichen | like |


As a noun lichen

is any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

Micorrhzia vs Lichen - What's the difference?

micorrhzia | lichen |


As a noun lichen is

any of many symbiotic organisms, being associations of fungi and algae; often found as white or yellow patches on old walls, etc.

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