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organism

Organism vs Undefined - What's the difference?

organism | undefined |


As a noun organism

is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Organism vs Nine - What's the difference?

organism | nine |


As a noun organism

is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

As a verb nine is

they are.

Human vs Organism - What's the difference?

human | organism |


As an adjective human

is (label) classical (of or pertaining to the classical - latin, greek - languages, literature, history and philosophy).

As a noun organism is

(biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

Organism vs Herbivore - What's the difference?

organism | herbivore |


As nouns the difference between organism and herbivore

is that organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism while herbivore is an organism that feeds chiefly on plants.

Mechanism vs Organism - What's the difference?

mechanism | organism |


As nouns the difference between mechanism and organism

is that mechanism is within a machine or machinery; any mechanical means for the conversion or control of motion, or the transmission or control of power while organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

Organism vs Null - What's the difference?

organism | null |


As nouns the difference between organism and null

is that organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Organic vs Organism - What's the difference?

organic | organism |


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between organic and organism

is that organic is (biology) pertaining to or derived from living organisms while organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

As nouns the difference between organic and organism

is that organic is (chemistry) an organic compound while organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

As an adjective organic

is (biology) pertaining to or derived from living organisms.

Organism vs Creatures - What's the difference?

organism | creatures |


As nouns the difference between organism and creatures

is that organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism while creatures is .

Organism vs Creatur - What's the difference?

organism | creatur |


As nouns the difference between organism and creatur

is that organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism while creatur is creature, created thing.

Hybrid vs Organism - What's the difference?

hybrid | organism |


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between hybrid and organism

is that hybrid is (biology) offspring resulting from cross-breeding different entities, eg two different species or two purebred parent strains while organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

As nouns the difference between hybrid and organism

is that hybrid is (biology) offspring resulting from cross-breeding different entities, eg two different species or two purebred parent strains while organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism.

As an adjective hybrid

is consisting of diverse 'hybridized' components.

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