Comparison

Comparison or differences between

(Note: The below list is in alphabetical order so that you can search the topic immediately)
  1. Active absorption and passive absorption of water in plants
  2. Amphibians and reptiles
  3. Anabolism and catabolism
  4. Artery and vein
  5. Artificial selection and natural selection
  6. Asexual and sexual reproduction
  7. Bees and wasps
  8. Cartilage and bone
  9. Cartilaginous and bony fishes
  10. Chordates and non-chordates
  11. Cilia and flagella
  12. Clone and offspring
  13. Cockroach: Male and Female
  14. Continuous and discontinuous variations
  15. Cytokinesis in plant cell and animal cell
  16. Darwinism and neo-darwinism
  17. Dicot leaf and monocot leaf
  18. Dicot root and monocot root
  19. Dicot stem and monocot stem
  20. Diffusion and osmosis
  21. DNA – A, B, C, D, Z types
  22. DNA and RNA
  23. DNA, mRNA, rRNA and tRNA
  24. Embryo and endosperm
  25. Enzymes and hormones
  26. Flying birds and flightless birds
  27. Frog and toad
  28. Frog: Male and Female
  29. Fungi classes (Phycomycetes, Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes & Deuteromycetes)
  30. Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria
  31. Homologous organs and analogous organs
  32. Hormones and vitamins
  33. Incisors, canines, premolars and molars of human: comparison and differences
  34. Indian elephant and african elephant
  35. Inorganic catalysts and enzymes
  36. Lamarckism and darwinism
  37. Lamarckism and neo-lamarckism
  38. Lizards and snakes
  39. Mitosis and meiosis
  40. Mitosis in plant cell and animal cell
  41. Muscles – Striated, Non-striated and Cardiac
  42. Neural control and hormonal control
  43. Plant cell and animal cell
  44. Plants and animals
  45. Pollination and fertilization
  46. Prokaryotic cell (prokaryotes) and eukaryotic cell (eukaryotes)
  47. Quick acting hormones and lag period hormones
  48. Rat: Male and Female
  49. RBC and WBC
  50. RBC: Mammalian and non-mammalian 
  51. Saturated and unsaturated fatty acids
  52. Self pollination and cross pollination
  53. Short range adaptation and long-range adaptation
  54. Somatogenic variations and blastogenic variations
  55. Spontaneous and induced mutations
  56. Starch, cellulose and glycogen
  57. Tendon and ligament
  58. Transpiration and evaporation
  59. Transpiration and guttation
  60. Turtles and tortoises
  61. Unicellular and multicellular organisms 
  62. Vertebrates and invertebrates
  63. WBCs- Neutrophil, Basophil, Eosinophil, Monocytes and Lymphocytes

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