nucleus

Nucleus vs Postnuclear - What's the difference?

nucleus | postnuclear |


In linguistics|lang=en terms the difference between nucleus and postnuclear

is that nucleus is (linguistics) the central part of a syllable, most commonly a vowel while postnuclear is (linguistics) after the nucleus.

As a noun nucleus

is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled.

As an adjective postnuclear is

after the discovery of nuclear energy.

Nucleus vs Magnetoid - What's the difference?

nucleus | magnetoid |


As nouns the difference between nucleus and magnetoid

is that nucleus is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled while magnetoid is (astrophysics) a supermassive rotating highly magnetized star at the center of a compact galactic nucleus[http://adsabsharvardedu/abs/1982natur29648o].

Nucleus vs Intranuclear - What's the difference?

nucleus | intranuclear |


As a noun nucleus

is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled.

As an adjective intranuclear is

within a nucleus.

Nucleus vs Exportin - What's the difference?

nucleus | exportin |


As nouns the difference between nucleus and exportin

is that nucleus is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled while exportin is (protein) a protein that transports other (cargo) proteins from the nucleus of a cell to the cytoplasm.

Nucleus vs Lamin - What's the difference?

nucleus | lamin |


As nouns the difference between nucleus and lamin

is that nucleus is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled while lamin is (protein) any of a class of fibrous proteins that provide structure, and regulate transcription in a cell nucleus.

Nucleus vs Cytoplast - What's the difference?

nucleus | cytoplast |


As nouns the difference between nucleus and cytoplast

is that nucleus is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled while cytoplast is (biology) the intact cytoplasm of a cell from which the nucleus has been removed.

Nucleus vs Circumnuclear - What's the difference?

nucleus | circumnuclear |


As a noun nucleus

is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled.

As an adjective circumnuclear is

surrounding, or rotating around a nucleus.

Nucleus vs Importin - What's the difference?

nucleus | importin |


As nouns the difference between nucleus and importin

is that nucleus is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled while importin is (biology) any of various karyopherins that move other protein molecules into the cell nucleus by binding to a specific recognition sequence.

Nucleus vs Prenucleation - What's the difference?

nucleus | prenucleation |


In cytology|lang=en terms the difference between nucleus and prenucleation

is that nucleus is (cytology) a large organelle found in cells which contains genetic material while prenucleation is (cytology) occurring before nucleation; occurring before the formation of a nucleus.

As a noun nucleus

is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled.

As an adjective prenucleation is

(cytology) occurring before nucleation; occurring before the formation of a nucleus.

Nucleus vs Paranuclear - What's the difference?

nucleus | paranuclear |


In cytology|lang=en terms the difference between nucleus and paranuclear

is that nucleus is (cytology) a large organelle found in cells which contains genetic material while paranuclear is (cytology) near and outside of the nucleus.

As a noun nucleus

is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled.

As an adjective paranuclear is

(of a nation) not currently having nuclear weapons, but having the capacity or infrastructure to build them in a short period of time.

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