spermatozoid

Wikidiffcom vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | spermatozoid |


As a noun spermatozoid is

(biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Spermatozoid vs Spermatozooid - What's the difference?

spermatozoid | spermatozooid |


As nouns the difference between spermatozoid and spermatozooid

is that spermatozoid is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm while spermatozooid is .

Spermatozoid vs Protandrous - What's the difference?

spermatozoid | protandrous |


As a noun spermatozoid

is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

As an adjective protandrous is

(label) exhibiting protandry.

Gymnosperm vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

gymnosperm | spermatozoid |


As nouns the difference between gymnosperm and spermatozoid

is that gymnosperm is (botany) any plant such as a conifer whose seeds are not enclosed in an ovary while spermatozoid is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Fern vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

fern | spermatozoid |


As a proper noun fern

is (female) from the fern plant.

As a noun spermatozoid is

(biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Alga vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

alga | spermatozoid |


As nouns the difference between alga and spermatozoid

is that alga is start while spermatozoid is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Antheridium vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

antheridium | spermatozoid |


As nouns the difference between antheridium and spermatozoid

is that antheridium is (botany) an organ producing male gametes called antherozoids, found in bryophytes while spermatozoid is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Gamete vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

gamete | spermatozoid |


As nouns the difference between gamete and spermatozoid

is that gamete is gamete (reproductive cell) while spermatozoid is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Ciliated vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

ciliated | spermatozoid |


As an adjective ciliated

is having cilia.

As a noun spermatozoid is

(biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

Motile vs Spermatozoid - What's the difference?

motile | spermatozoid |


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between motile and spermatozoid

is that motile is (biology) having the power to move spontaneously while spermatozoid is (biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

As an adjective motile

is (biology) having the power to move spontaneously.

As a noun spermatozoid is

(biology) a motile, ciliated male gamete produced in the antheridium of an alga, fern or gymnosperm.

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