protome

Protose vs Protome - What's the difference?

protose | protome |


As nouns the difference between protose and protome

is that protose is (historical) a meat substitute made chiefly of wheat gluten and peanuts, popular in the early twentieth century while protome is a decorative element, on ancient artefacts, based on the head of an animal or bust of a person.

Protomer vs Protome - What's the difference?

protomer | protome |


As nouns the difference between protomer and protome

is that protomer is (chemistry) any prototropic tautomer or protomer can be (biochemistry) any of the subunits that constitute an oligomeric protein while protome is a decorative element, on ancient artefacts, based on the head of an animal or bust of a person.

Protome vs Proteome - What's the difference?

protome | proteome |


As nouns the difference between protome and proteome

is that protome is a decorative element, on ancient artefacts, based on the head of an animal or bust of a person while proteome is proteome.

Prosome vs Protome - What's the difference?

prosome | protome |


As nouns the difference between prosome and protome

is that prosome is proteasome while protome is a decorative element, on ancient artefacts, based on the head of an animal or bust of a person.

Bust vs Protome - What's the difference?

bust | protome |


As a verb bust

is .

As a noun protome is

a decorative element, on ancient artefacts, based on the head of an animal or bust of a person.

Head vs Protome - What's the difference?

head | protome |


As a proper noun head

is , from residence near a hilltop or the head of a river, or a byname for someone with an odd-looking head.

As a noun protome is

a decorative element, on ancient artefacts, based on the head of an animal or bust of a person.