oligomerous

Terms vs Oligomerous - What's the difference?

terms | oligomerous |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective oligomerous is

(biology) having only a few members in a particular organ.

Oligomeric vs Oligomerous - What's the difference?

oligomeric | oligomerous | Related terms |

Oligomeric is a related term of oligomerous.


As adjectives the difference between oligomeric and oligomerous

is that oligomeric is of, pertaining to, or being an oligomer while oligomerous is (biology) having only a few members in a particular organ.

Few vs Oligomerous - What's the difference?

few | oligomerous |


As a proper noun few

is (british) the pilots who fought in the battle of britain.

As an adjective oligomerous is

(biology) having only a few members in a particular organ.