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Difference between Tortoise and Turtle

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:33:20

Tortoises and Turtles both belong to class Reptilia of the order Testudines of Animalia kingdom. The word "Testudine" is derived from a Latin word, ‘Testa’, which means shell. Both, tortoises, and turtles have shells on their back to protect them from predators and various threats. They both lay eggs into ... Read More

Difference between Psychology and Psychiatry

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:30:36

Our mental health affects how we perceive, think, feel, and act as a human individual. One’s mental health is determined by how they handle stress, behave in society, and what choices they make. Mental health is vital at every stage of life. One needs help of an expert when their ... Read More

Difference between Neurosis and Psychosis

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:28:14

Neurosis and Psychosis are mental disorders. Neurosis causes distress in a person without making them lose the contact with reality whereas in Psychosis an affected individual is not in touch with reality. What is Neurosis? Neurosis is a mental or emotional disorder which is identified by anxiety, depression, feelings of ... Read More

Difference between Minerals and Vitamins

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:26:49

We need Minerals and Vitamins essentially for being healthy. They are required in small amounts for proper growth, and proper functioning of immune system, nervous system, and internal and external organs. They also help to heal wounds and keep the diseases away. We get most vitamins and minerals from balanced ... Read More

Difference between Herbs and Shrubs

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:21:16

There are various types of plants around the world with different locations of growth (land/water), size, and appearance. Some grow on ground (terrestrial plants) and some plants thrive in water (aquatic plants). Depending on the size and location of the plant growth, the plants are classified as Herbs, Shrubs, and ... Read More

Difference between Globular and Fibrous Proteins

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:18:00

Proteins are micro-molecules, which perform various functions in the cells of living organism’s body. Proteins are made of amino acid. The shape of a protein molecule is decided by how amino acids are arranged within the molecule. Depending on the gross structure of the protein molecule, the proteins are classified ... Read More

Difference between Erosion and Weathering

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 13:08:54

There are various landforms on Earth’s surface such as rocks, cliffs, seashores, mountains, valleys, plateaus, and volcanic cones. The shape of these landforms continuously undergoes changes as they degrade due the exposure to changing environment, wind, ice, water, or any human activities. In Geology, the two terms are used to ... Read More

Difference between Cheetah and Leopard

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 12:30:21

There are mainly four big cats in the world: Jaguar, Leopard, Lion, Snow Leopard, and Tiger. All big cats roar and no animal can hunt them. Cheetah, Cougar, Lynx, Snow Leopard also belong to Family Felidae, Subfamily Felinae (a group of small to mid-size cats including bigger cats as Cheetah ... Read More

Difference between Amphibians and Reptiles

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 12:28:18

Amphibians and Reptiles belong to the class Amphibia of kingdom Animalia. They both are vertebrates and cold-blooded. They are ectotherms, means they are responsible to control their body temperature by relying upon external environment. They have extraordinary eyesight which helps them to hunt their prey. There are around 7000 species ... Read More

Difference between Algae and Fungi

Manisha Shejwal

Manisha Shejwal

Updated on 29-Sep-2022 12:23:44

Algae and Fungi belong to the class Thallophyte (lower-order plants) of the Kingdom Plantae. Both are plant-like organisms, but they don't have conventional features of a plant such as leaves, stem, or root. Some Algae and Fungi are toxic and some are not. They both are useful for humans. Algae ... Read More

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