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Syndactyly vs Zygodactyly - What's the difference?

syndactyly | zygodactyly |


As nouns the difference between syndactyly and zygodactyly

is that syndactyly is (biology) the normal condition, in some animals and birds, of having fused digits while zygodactyly is (anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons.

Wikidiffcom vs Zygodactyly - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | zygodactyly |


As a noun zygodactyly is

(anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons.

Zygodactyle vs Zygodactyly - What's the difference?

zygodactyle | zygodactyly |


As nouns the difference between zygodactyle and zygodactyly

is that zygodactyle is while zygodactyly is (anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons.

As an adjective zygodactyle

is .

Zygodactyly vs Zygodactyls - What's the difference?

zygodactyly | zygodactyls |


As nouns the difference between zygodactyly and zygodactyls

is that zygodactyly is (anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons while zygodactyls is .

Zygodactyly vs Zygodactyl - What's the difference?

zygodactyly | zygodactyl |


As nouns the difference between zygodactyly and zygodactyl

is that zygodactyly is (anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons while zygodactyl is (ornithology) any such bird (such as the parrot).

As an adjective zygodactyl is

having two toes pointing forward, and two pointing backward; zygodactylous.

Taxonomy vs Zygodactyly - What's the difference?

taxonomy | zygodactyly |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and zygodactyly

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while zygodactyly is (anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons.

Zygodactyly vs Dactyly - What's the difference?

zygodactyly | dactyly | Derived terms |

Zygodactyly is a derived term of dactyly.


As nouns the difference between zygodactyly and dactyly

is that zygodactyly is (anatomy) the condition of having two toes facing forward and two backward, as in some birds and chameleons while dactyly is (biology) the number and arrangement of digits (fingers and toes) on the hands, feet, or sometimes wings of a tetrapod animal.