stomochord

Hemichordate vs Stomochord - What's the difference?

hemichordate | stomochord |


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between hemichordate and stomochord

is that hemichordate is (biology) any of many marine worms, of the phylum hemichordata , that have a primitive notochord while stomochord is (biology) a buccal diverticulum in the proboscis of hemichordates.

As nouns the difference between hemichordate and stomochord

is that hemichordate is (biology) any of many marine worms, of the phylum hemichordata , that have a primitive notochord while stomochord is (biology) a buccal diverticulum in the proboscis of hemichordates.

As an adjective hemichordate

is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of these animals.

Proboscis vs Stomochord - What's the difference?

proboscis | stomochord |


As nouns the difference between proboscis and stomochord

is that proboscis is (anatomy) an elongated tube from the head or connected to the mouth, of an animal while stomochord is (biology) a buccal diverticulum in the proboscis of hemichordates.

Diverticulum vs Stomochord - What's the difference?

diverticulum | stomochord |


As nouns the difference between diverticulum and stomochord

is that diverticulum is (anatomy) a small growth off an organ such as the large intestine while stomochord is (biology) a buccal diverticulum in the proboscis of hemichordates.

Buccal vs Stomochord - What's the difference?

buccal | stomochord |


As an adjective buccal

is of or relating to the cheek or, more rarely, the mouth.

As a noun stomochord is

(biology) a buccal diverticulum in the proboscis of hemichordates.