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follicle

Follicle vs Vesticle - What's the difference?

follicle | vesticle |

Vesticle is likely misspelled.


Vesticle has no English definition.

As a noun follicle

is a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

Follicle vs Pappilae - What's the difference?

follicle | pappilae |

Pappilae is likely misspelled.


Pappilae has no English definition.

As a noun follicle

is a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

Follicle vs Hairbulb - What's the difference?

follicle | hairbulb |

Hairbulb is likely misspelled.


Hairbulb has no English definition.

As a noun follicle

is a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

Bulb vs Follicle - What's the difference?

bulb | follicle |


As nouns the difference between bulb and follicle

is that bulb is any solid object rounded at one end and tapering on the other, possibly attached to a larger object at the tapered end while follicle is (anatomy) a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

As a verb bulb

is to take the shape of a bulb; to swell.

Papellae vs Follicle - What's the difference?

papellae | follicle |

Papellae is likely misspelled.


Papellae has no English definition.

As a noun follicle is

a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

Leguma vs Follicle - What's the difference?

leguma | follicle |


As a noun follicle is

(anatomy) a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

Follicle vs Folliculous - What's the difference?

follicle | folliculous |


As a noun follicle

is (anatomy) a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

As an adjective folliculous is

having or producing follicles.

Follicle vs Folliculated - What's the difference?

follicle | folliculated |


As a noun follicle

is a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle.

As an adjective folliculated is

having follicles.

Follicle vs Proestrus - What's the difference?

follicle | proestrus |


As nouns the difference between follicle and proestrus

is that follicle is (anatomy) a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle while proestrus is a phase of the oestrus cycle, prior to sexual receptivity, during which one or more follicles of the ovary begin to grow.

Follicle vs Urofollitropin - What's the difference?

follicle | urofollitropin |


As nouns the difference between follicle and urofollitropin

is that follicle is (anatomy) a small cavity or sac, such as a hair follicle while urofollitropin is a purified form of follicle-stimulating hormone from the urine of postmenopausal women, important in the development of follicles by the ovaries.

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