medullate

Medullate vs Medullae - What's the difference?

medullate | medullae |


As an adjective medullate

is having a medulla; medullated.

As a noun medullae is

(medulla).

Myelinated vs Medullate - What's the difference?

myelinated | medullate |


As adjectives the difference between myelinated and medullate

is that myelinated is (anatomy) of nerves, having a coating of myelin while medullate is having a medulla; medullated.

Myelin vs Medullate - What's the difference?

myelin | medullate |


As a noun myelin

is (neuroanatomy) a white, fatty material, composed of lipids and lipoproteins, that surrounds the axons of nerves.

As an adjective medullate is

having a medulla; medullated.

Medullated vs Medullate - What's the difference?

medullated | medullate |


As adjectives the difference between medullated and medullate

is that medullated is (anatomy) myelinated while medullate is having a medulla; medullated.

Medulla vs Medullate - What's the difference?

medulla | medullate |


As a noun medulla

is the soft inner part of something, especially the pith of a fruit.

As an adjective medullate is

having a medulla; medullated.