rhizoid

Roots vs Rhizoid - What's the difference?

roots | rhizoid |


As nouns the difference between roots and rhizoid

is that roots is while rhizoid is (botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients.

Capsule vs Rhizoid - What's the difference?

capsule | rhizoid |


As a verb capsule

is .

As a noun rhizoid is

(botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients.

Rhizoid vs Seta - What's the difference?

rhizoid | seta |


As nouns the difference between rhizoid and seta

is that rhizoid is (botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients while seta is walk.

Scale vs Rhizoid - What's the difference?

scale | rhizoid |


As nouns the difference between scale and rhizoid

is that scale is (obsolete) a ladder; a series of steps; a means of ascending or scale can be part of an overlapping arrangement of many small, flat and hard pieces of keratin covering the skin of an animal, particularly a fish or reptile or scale can be a device to measure mass or weight while rhizoid is (botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients.

As a verb scale

is to change the size of something whilst maintaining proportion; especially to change a process in order to produce much larger amounts of the final product or scale can be to remove the scales of.

Rhizoid - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Rhizoid - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | rhizoid |


As a noun rhizoid is

(botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients.

Hypha vs Rhizoid - What's the difference?

hypha | rhizoid |


As nouns the difference between hypha and rhizoid

is that hypha is (mycology) any of the long, threadlike filaments that form the mycelium of a fungus while rhizoid is (botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients.

Hypae vs Rhizoid - What's the difference?

hypae | rhizoid |


As a noun rhizoid is

(botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients.

Rhizoid vs Scalesamphigastria - What's the difference?

rhizoid | scalesamphigastria |

Rhizoid vs Scales - What's the difference?

rhizoid | scales |


As nouns the difference between rhizoid and scales

is that rhizoid is (botany) a rootlike structure in fungi and some plants that acts as support and/or aids the absorption of nutrients while scales is .

As a verb scales is

(scale).

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