membranous

Scarious vs Membranous - What's the difference?

scarious | membranous |


As adjectives the difference between scarious and membranous

is that scarious is (botany) thin, dry, membranous, and not green while membranous is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane.

Membranous vs Membraneous - What's the difference?

membranous | membraneous |


As adjectives the difference between membranous and membraneous

is that membranous is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane while membraneous is .

Taxonomy vs Membranous - What's the difference?

taxonomy | membranous |


As a noun taxonomy

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

As an adjective membranous is

having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane.

Membranous vs Semimembranous - What's the difference?

membranous | semimembranous |


As adjectives the difference between membranous and semimembranous

is that membranous is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane while semimembranous is partially membranous.

Membranous vs Membranaceous - What's the difference?

membranous | membranaceous | Synonyms |

Membranous is a synonym of membranaceous.


As adjectives the difference between membranous and membranaceous

is that membranous is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane while membranaceous is resembling or having properties of a membrane.

Membranous vs Calyptra - What's the difference?

membranous | calyptra |


As an adjective membranous

is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane.

As a noun calyptra is

(botany) in bryophytes, a thin, hood of tissue that forms from the archegonium and covers the developing sporophyte and is shed as it ripensjackson, benjamin, daydon; a glossary of botanic terms with their derivation and accent; published by gerald duckworth & co london, 4th ed 1928.

Membranous vs Nonmembranous - What's the difference?

membranous | nonmembranous |


As adjectives the difference between membranous and nonmembranous

is that membranous is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane while nonmembranous is not membranous.

Membranous vs Fusome - What's the difference?

membranous | fusome |


As adjectives the difference between membranous and fusome

is that membranous is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane while fusome is (uk|dialect|obsolete) handy.

As a noun fusome is

(biology) a germ cell-specific organelle assembled from membrane skeletal proteins and membranous vesicles.

Membranous vs Saccule - What's the difference?

membranous | saccule |


As an adjective membranous

is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane.

As a noun saccule is

(anatomy) the smallest chamber of the membranous labyrinth of the ear.

Membranous vs Magnetosome - What's the difference?

membranous | magnetosome |


As an adjective membranous

is having the qualities of, or pertaining to, a membrane.

As a noun magnetosome is

(biology) a membranous prokaryotic organelle, containing mineral crystals, present in magnetotactic bacteria.

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