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pore

Pore vs Ultramicroporous - What's the difference?

pore | ultramicroporous |


As a noun pore

is a tiny opening in the skin.

As a verb pore

is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

As an adjective ultramicroporous is

having pores of a size considerably less than a nanometre.

Pore vs Nanoporous - What's the difference?

pore | nanoporous |


As a noun pore

is fear, dread.

As an adjective nanoporous is

having nanosized pores.

Pore vs Ambulacrum - What's the difference?

pore | ambulacrum |


As nouns the difference between pore and ambulacrum

is that pore is a tiny opening in the skin while ambulacrum is a row of pores for the protrusion of appendages such as tube feet.

As a verb pore

is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

Pore vs Karyopherin - What's the difference?

pore | karyopherin |


As nouns the difference between pore and karyopherin

is that pore is a tiny opening in the skin while karyopherin is any of a group of proteins, classified as importins and exportins, involved in transporting molecules through the pores of the nuclear envelope.

As a verb pore

is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

Pore vs Anaporate - What's the difference?

pore | anaporate |


As a noun pore

is fear, dread.

As an adjective anaporate is

(palynology|of a pollen grain) having a pore on the distal face.

Pore vs Abporal - What's the difference?

pore | abporal |


As a noun pore

is fear, dread.

As an adjective abporal is

(palynology) located to the side of an ectoaperture such as a pore typically used in reference to an abporal lacuna or hemisphere.

Pore vs Nucleoporin - What's the difference?

pore | nucleoporin |


As nouns the difference between pore and nucleoporin

is that pore is a tiny opening in the skin while nucleoporin is any of a family of porins that facilitates transport through nuclear pores in the nuclear envelope of cells.

As a verb pore

is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

Pore vs Nanopore - What's the difference?

pore | nanopore |


As nouns the difference between pore and nanopore

is that pore is fear, dread while nanopore is a pore, of nanometre dimensions, in a membrane.

Pore vs Deuterostome - What's the difference?

pore | deuterostome |


As nouns the difference between pore and deuterostome

is that pore is a tiny opening in the skin while deuterostome is any animal in which the initial pore formed during gastrulation becomes the anus, and the second pore becomes the mouth.

As a verb pore

is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

Pore vs Aquaporin - What's the difference?

pore | aquaporin |


As nouns the difference between pore and aquaporin

is that pore is a tiny opening in the skin while aquaporin is any of a class of proteins that form pores in the membrane of biological cells.

As a verb pore

is to study meticulously; to go over again and again.

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