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Lentivirus vs Retrovirus   Viruses are considered as genetic elements enclosed with protein. These particles are not considered as living organisms as they lack certain key features which exist in living organisms including cell structures and independent replication. Due to this reason, virus particles are called... 
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Lymphocyte vs Lymphoblast   Lymphocyte and lymphoblast are white blood cells and can be visible in the peripheral blood system. These cells are extremely important to maintain certain immune activities in the body. Lymphocyte is produced in primary and secondary lymphoid organs. During the maturation of lymphocyte,... 
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Parthenogenesis vs Hermaphroditism   There are various different reproductive strategies present among animals as well as among plants. All the reproductive strategies can be categorized into two types; sexual and asexual reproduction. The most common reproduction method is the sexual reproduction, where male gamete... 
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Protozoa vs Helminths   Protozoa and helminths are two major groups of organisms acting as parasites and are able to cause various infections to humans. In definition, parasites are the organisms that live in or on other organisms (called host), and are capable of damaging the host. This biological relationship... 
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Right vs Left Clavicle   Clavicle or collar bone is a unique bone among diaphyseal bones in the human body due to its development, structure, shape and anatomic relationships. Clavicle is the first bone that ossifies during the embryonic development. The name is given for this unique bone mainly due to its S-shaped... 
Difference Between Saturated and Unsaturated Fatty Acids
Saturated vs Unsaturated Fatty Acids   Fatty acids are composed of unbranched carbon chains with a carboxyl group at one end. They comprise of various components in the body including phospholipids, triglycerides, diglycerides, monoglyceride, and sterol esters. Most common fatty acids have the chain length of 16... 
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Arginine vs L-Arginine   Arginine is an α- amino acid commonly abbreviated as ‘Arg’ which was first isolated by a Swiss chemist named Ernst Schultze in 1886 from a lupin seedling extract. The significant presence of the element ‘N’ is a specialty in the chemical structure of Arginine and hence, is... 
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Chiral vs Achiral   Both these terms can be discussed under the common term Chirality which was first coined by Lord Kelvin in 1894. The word Chirality has a Greek origin which meant ‘hand.’ The term is commonly used in stereochemistry today and relates to many important fields in Organic, Inorganic,... 
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Chorion vs Placenta   Chorion and placenta are two important parts, which are developed during the embryo development. Fetus is important for the existence of both these parts. What is Placenta? Placenta is formed during the development of the embryo. It acts as a metabolic and endocrine organ located between the... 
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Bed Sheet vs Bed Cover   Maintaining a household is not always easy. In addition to furniture, there are many other things that a house essentially needs, such as drapes, curtains and bathroom fittings. Among these seemingly minor yet extremely essential items, bed sheets and bed covers too are two items that are... 
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Bath Sheet vs Bath Towel   Bath sheets and bath towels have been in wide use since the 19th century ever since bathing accessories had become increasingly popular. Bath sheets and bath towels perform the same function; drying the human body after a bath. Made out of similar materials, it may be quite hard to tell... 
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Lean vs Toned   A healthy, shapely body is undoubtedly any appearance-conscious individual’s dream. While this may be the case, it is not always an easy task. There are many adjectives in use today that describe this ideal body that almost anybody craves for. Lean and toned are two such words that are often used... 
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Baptism vs Confirmation   Religion provides a basis upon which human beings can build their faith. Throughout history, there have been times when a single religion has been divided into subsection so as to suit the personal beliefs of its followers. When speaking of religion, one cannot remain without discussing... 
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Rum vs Cachaca   When it comes to alcohol, it is a common feat to be left confused by its wide variety, especially for those unacquainted with the field. To add to the confusion, there are certain spirits that strongly resemble one another, thereby further confounding the inexperienced. Rum and cachaca are two... 
Difference Between Auricle and Atrium
Auricle vs Atrium   The heart is a muscular pump that maintains the blood circulation throughout the body. The heart has four chambers. The upper chambers are called atria while the lower chambers are the ventricles. Right and left atria bring blood into the heart.Articles are found attaching to atria. Both atrium... 
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Male vs Female Fruit Fly   Fruit flies are insects categorized under the Family Drosophilidae.Two genera comes under this family, namely Drosophila melanogaster or common fruit fly and Drosophila suzukii or Asian fruit fly. Common fruit fly is an important organism and widely used for genetic analysis in modern... 
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