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Uropod vs Anthropoid - What's the difference?

uropod | anthropoid |


As nouns the difference between uropod and anthropoid

is that uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans while anthropoid is an anthropoid animal.

As an adjective anthropoid is

having characteristics of a human being, usually in terms of shape or appearance.

Uropod vs Arthropod - What's the difference?

uropod | arthropod |


As nouns the difference between uropod and arthropod

is that uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans while arthropod is an invertebrate animal of the phylum arthropoda , characterized by a chitinous exoskeleton and multiple jointed appendages.

Uropod vs Anthropod - What's the difference?

uropod | anthropod |


As nouns the difference between uropod and anthropod

is that uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans while anthropod is .

Uropod vs Uropodal - What's the difference?

uropod | uropodal |


As a noun uropod

is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

As an adjective uropodal is

(zoology) of or pertaining to a uropod.

Telson vs Uropod - What's the difference?

telson | uropod |

Telson is a see also of uropod.


As nouns the difference between telson and uropod

is that telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

Exopodite vs Uropod - What's the difference?

exopodite | uropod |

Exopodite is a see also of uropod.


As nouns the difference between exopodite and uropod

is that exopodite is (zoology) the external part of the uropod while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

Endopodite vs Uropod - What's the difference?

endopodite | uropod |

Endopodite is a see also of uropod.


As nouns the difference between endopodite and uropod

is that endopodite is (biology) the innermost of a two processes attached to the basal process of the limbs of some crustacea while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

Shrimp vs Uropod - What's the difference?

shrimp | uropod |


As nouns the difference between shrimp and uropod

is that shrimp is any of many swimming, often edible crustaceans, chiefly of the infraorder caridea or the suborder dendrobranchiata, with slender legs, long whiskers and a long abdomen while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

As a verb shrimp

is to fish for shrimp or shrimp can be to contract; to shrink.

Crustacean vs Uropod - What's the difference?

crustacean | uropod |


As nouns the difference between crustacean and uropod

is that crustacean is any arthropod of the subphylum crustacea , including lobsters, crabs, shrimp, barnacles and woodlice while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

Lobster vs Uropod - What's the difference?

lobster | uropod |


As nouns the difference between lobster and uropod

is that lobster is a crustacean of the family, dark green or blue-black in colour turning bright red when cooked, with a hard shell and claws, which is used as a seafood while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.

As a adjective lobster

is red-colored, especially from a sunburn.

As a verb lobster

is to fish for lobsters.

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