Difference Between Havanese and Coton de Tulear
Havanese vs Coton de Tulear   Being very similar in both appearance and temperament, Havanese and Coton de Tulear may be little difficult to distinguish as who is who. However, there are some important differences exhibited between them and those are discussed in this article. They have been originated in... 
Difference Between Havanese and Shih Tzu
Havanese vs Shih Tzu   These are small toy dog breeds developed as pets in different parts of the world. They both are covered in silky hairs arranged in double-layered coats, but their colouration patterns may be different between the two breeds. The sizes and weights of both Havanese and Shih Tzu seem very similar,... 
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Sauger vs Walleye   Sauger and walleye are two species of the same genus and they both are extremely similar looking except for few externally exhibited signs of differences between them. However, it would be difficult to identify them apart for a casual observer due to the close resemblance of these fishes.... 
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Pike vs Pickerel   Pike, pickerel, and muskellunges collectively make seven species under one genus, Esox, which is a genus of freshwater fish. Esox is the only extant genus of the Family: Esocidae. Being members of the same genus, both pike and pickerel share many features in common, yet there are some exhibited... 
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Palmetto Bug vs Cockroach (Roach)   Roach is another colloquial name of cockroaches and Palmetto bug is one of them. Palmetto bug in only one species among a highly diversified group of insects, but their distinction is important to discuss. This article discusses the important facts about roaches and the... 
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Proteoglycans vs Glycoproteins   Glycoproteins and proteoglycams are two types of molecules that contain both proteins and carbohydrate units. The carbohydrate units are bound covalently to proteins molecules, varying in size from monosaccharides to polysaccharides. Glycoproteins Proteins to which carbohydrates... 
Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic DNA Replication
Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic DNA Replication   According to the Watson and Crick model suggested for DNA, one strand of DNA is the complement of the other strand; hence each strand acts as a template for the formation of a new strand of DNA. This process is known as DNA replication. The replication of DNA basically... 
Difference Between Axons and Dendrites
Axons vs Dendrites   Nervous system is basically composed of neurons. Neurons act as the basic functional and structural unit of the nervous system. In vertebrates, there are three types of neurons; (1) sensory neurons (or afferent neurons); which carry nerve impulses from sensory receptors to the central... 
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Triglycerides vs Phospholipids   Lipids are carbon-containing organic compounds and are considered as a macronutrient in the food. These compounds do not dissolve in water (hydrophobic), but dissolve in fats (lipophilic).  Hence, lipids are digested, transported and absorbed in a different manner when compared... 
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Epinephrine vs Norepinephrine   Epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepiphrine (noradrenalin) are known as neurotransmitters that belong to a chemical class of catecholamines; which are derived from thyrosin. Both these chemicals regulate attention, mental focus, arousal, and cognition in humans. These neurotransmitters... 
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Cultivar vs Variety   Cultivar and variety are two terms used in plant nomenclature. These two terms are often used interchangeably, though they have different meanings. Certain plants can have both, a variety and a cultivar. Cultivar The cultivar is defined as a cultivated plant which was chosen and given... 
Difference Between Thymus and Thyroid
Thymus vs Thyroid   Glands are the organs that secrete substances either into the blood stream or into cavities inside the body. The main glands can be divided into two categories; endocrine and exocrine glands. (Read the Difference between endocrine and exocrine glands). Endocrine glands are the glands that... 
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Amnesia vs Dementia   Both amnesia and dementia are conditions of brain function, but they are two different conditions. Amnesia is only memory loss while dementia features a global loss of higher brain functions. This article will talk in detail about amnesia and dementia and the differences between them, highlighting... 
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Chalazion vs Stye   Both chalazions and styes present as bumps on the eyelids. They look the same, may occur at the same sites and follow the same natural history. However, there are a few basic differences between a chalazion and a stye and those are discussed here in detail. Chalazion Chalazion is also... 
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Chlamydia vs Yeast Infection   Chlamydia and yeast infect genital organs as well as other organs. Both chlamydia and yeast cause similar symptoms in genital infections. However, they differ greatly in other situations. Despite many similarities, there are a lot of differences between chlamydia and yeast infections,... 
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Eczema vs Dermatitis   Eczema is also known as dermatitis. It is the same thing. Sometimes eczema refers to chronic skin inflammation while dermatitis refers to an acute attack. But then, chronic dermatitis would be synonymous with eczema. Therefore, it is important to remember that clinically both are the... 
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