Oligomeric vs Oligomerous - What's the difference?

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Oligomeric is a related term of oligomerous.


As adjectives the difference between oligomeric and oligomerous

is that oligomeric is of, pertaining to, or being an oligomer while oligomerous is (biology) having only a few members in a particular organ.

oligomeric

English

Adjective

(head)
  • Of, pertaining to, or being an oligomer.
  • See also

    * monomeric * dimeric * trimeric * tetrameric * pentameric * hexameric * heptameric * octameric * nonameric * decameric * undecameric * dodecameric * tridecameric * tetradecameric * pentadecameric * hexadecameric * heptadecameric * octadecameric * nonadecameric * eicosameric

    oligomerous

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • (biology) Having only a few members in a particular organ