ribosome

Hydrophobic vs Ribosome - What's the difference?

hydrophobic | ribosome |


As an adjective hydrophobic

is of, or having hydrophobia (rabies) or hydrophobic can be (physics|chemistry) lacking an affinity for water; unable to absorb, or be wetted by water.

As a noun ribosome is

(biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna.

Nucleus vs Ribosome - What's the difference?

nucleus | ribosome |


As nouns the difference between nucleus and ribosome

is that nucleus is the core, central part (of something), round which others are assembled while ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna.

Cytoplasm vs Ribosome - What's the difference?

cytoplasm | ribosome |


As nouns the difference between cytoplasm and ribosome

is that cytoplasm is (cytology) the contents of a cell except for the nucleus it includes cytosol, organelles, vesicles, and the cytoskeleton while ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna.

Ribozyme vs Ribosome - What's the difference?

ribozyme | ribosome |


As nouns the difference between ribozyme and ribosome

is that ribozyme is a fragment of rna that can act as an enzyme while ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna.

Nucleoli vs Ribosome - What's the difference?

nucleoli | ribosome |


As nouns the difference between nucleoli and ribosome

is that nucleoli is while ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna.

Ribosome - What does it mean?

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Freeribosome vs Ribosome - What's the difference?

freeribosome | ribosome |


As a noun ribosome is

(biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna.

Ribosome vs Gene - What's the difference?

ribosome | gene |


As nouns the difference between ribosome and gene

is that ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna while gene is embarrassment.

As a verb gene is

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Ribosome vs Centrosome - What's the difference?

ribosome | centrosome |


As nouns the difference between ribosome and centrosome

is that ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna while centrosome is (cytology) an organelle, near the nucleus in the cytoplasm of most organisms, that controls the organization of its microtubules.

Ribosome vs Ribosomopathy - What's the difference?

ribosome | ribosomopathy |


As nouns the difference between ribosome and ribosomopathy

is that ribosome is (biology) small organelles found in all cells; involved in the production of proteins by translating messenger rna while ribosomopathy is (pathology) any disease or malfunction of ribosomes.

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