stressor

Stressor vs Distress - What's the difference?

stressor | distress |


As nouns the difference between stressor and distress

is that stressor is (psychology|biology) an environmental condition or influence that stresses (ie causes stress for) an organism while distress is (cause of) discomfort.

As a verb distress is

to cause strain or anxiety to someone.

Stressor - What does it mean?

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Taxonomy vs Stressor - What's the difference?

taxonomy | stressor |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and stressor

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while stressor is (psychology|biology) an environmental condition or influence that stresses (ie causes stress for) an organism.

Stressor vs Ecotoxicity - What's the difference?

stressor | ecotoxicity |


As nouns the difference between stressor and ecotoxicity

is that stressor is (psychology|biology) an environmental condition or influence that stresses (ie causes stress for) an organism while ecotoxicity is the potential for biological, chemical or physical stressors to affect ecosystems.

Irritation vs Stressor - What's the difference?

irritation | stressor |


As nouns the difference between irritation and stressor

is that irritation is the act of irritating, or exciting, or the state of being irritated; excitement; stimulation, usually of an undue and uncomfortable kind; especially, excitement of anger or passion; provocation; annoyance; anger while stressor is (psychology|biology) an environmental condition or influence that stresses (ie causes stress for) an organism.

What is the difference between stress and stressor?

stress | stressor |


As nouns the difference between stress and stressor

is that stress is (countable|physics) the internal distribution of force per unit area (pressure) within a body reacting to applied forces which causes strain or deformation and is typically symbolised by while stressor is (psychology|biology) an environmental condition or influence that stresses (ie causes stress for) an organism.

As a verb stress

is to apply force to (a body or structure) causing strain.