protose

Propose vs Protose - What's the difference?

propose | protose |


As a verb propose

is .

As a noun protose is

(historical) a meat substitute made chiefly of wheat gluten and peanuts, popular in the early twentieth century.

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.

Protose vs Proteose - What's the difference?

protose | proteose |


As nouns the difference between protose and proteose

is that protose is (historical) a meat substitute made chiefly of wheat gluten and peanuts, popular in the early twentieth century while proteose is (chemistry|dated) a mixture of peptides produced by the hydrolysis of proteins.