monolete

Monolete vs Trilete - What's the difference?

monolete | trilete |


In botany|of a spore|lang=en terms the difference between monolete and trilete

is that monolete is (botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis while trilete is (botany|of a spore) having three lines indicating the splitting axes.

As adjectives the difference between monolete and trilete

is that monolete is (botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis while trilete is (botany|of a spore) having three lines indicating the splitting axes.

Monolete vs Triplets - What's the difference?

monolete | triplets |


As an adjective monolete

is (botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis.

As a noun triplets is

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Taxonomy vs Monolete - What's the difference?

taxonomy | monolete |


As a noun taxonomy

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

As an adjective monolete is

(botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis.

Monolete vs Bilete - What's the difference?

monolete | bilete | Related terms |

Monolete is a related term of bilete.


In botany|of a spore|lang=en terms the difference between monolete and bilete

is that monolete is (botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis while bilete is (botany|of a spore) having two lines indicating the splitting axes.

As adjectives the difference between monolete and bilete

is that monolete is (botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis while bilete is (botany|of a spore) having two lines indicating the splitting axes.

Monolete vs Alete - What's the difference?

monolete | alete | Related terms |

Monolete is a related term of alete.


As adjectives the difference between monolete and alete

is that monolete is (botany|of a spore) having a single line indicating the splitting axis while alete is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.