Metaphase I & II

A woman is endowed with enough eggs for procreation to last her a lifetime. Men are also capable of producing sperm throughout their life.  However, age slows a man’s sexual activity ... Continue Reading →

Melamine Vs Laminate

In recent years, the term lamination is used in connection with sealing important documents with plastic.  The document is placed inside the plastic and passed through warm solid ... Continue Reading →

VERTEBRATES VS INVERTEBRATES

  Vertebrates Invertebrates Group classification Five groups namely: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish 30 phyla Has backbone Yes None Size Bigger in size Generally ... Continue Reading →

GRANULOCYTES VS AGRANULOCYTES

WBCs stored in the body have two forms, namely granulocytes and agranulocytes. Their nuclear figure, lab stains similarities and the existence of their cytoplasm are some of their ... Continue Reading →

Histology vs Cytology

All living things are made of the smallest functional unit or collection of units called cells. A number of cells which perform common function are referred to as a tissue.  Various ... Continue Reading →

GRADED POTENTIAL VS ACTION POTENTIAL

The depolarization on the resting potential of a plasma membrane may result to a graded and action potential. To understand these conditions further, let’s take a closer look between ... Continue Reading →

BRONCHITIS VS BRONCHIOLITIS

Common ailments originated from hereditary genes, environmental conditions and poor health status. Bronchitis and bronchiolitis are some of these health problem conditions that may ... Continue Reading →

LACTATE VS LACTIC ACID

Some health enthusiast like gym coaches or sport trainers often used lactic acid and lactate interchangeably as if these words meant only the same thing. To bring clarification with ... Continue Reading →

CHROMOSOME VS CHROMATID

The deoxyribonucleic acid when organized into structures referred to chromosomes. Different organisms possess various ranges of chromosomes, for us humans we have 46 chromosomes each ... Continue Reading →

NEURONS VS NEUROGLIA

The term “neurons” is always encountered when we tackled about the nervous system. However, the word “neuroglia” is seldom being heard. These two terms are the type of cells ... Continue Reading →