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Key Difference Markovnikov vs Anti-Markovnikov Rule   In the early 1870s, a Russian chemist named Vladimir Markonikov derived a rule based on a series of empirical observations. The rule was published as the Markovnikovs rule. The Markovnikovs rule helps to predict the resulting formula of alkane, when a compound having the general formula of []

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Key Difference DMEM vs EMEM   Animal cell culturing is performed to maintain animal cell lines in order to conduct many research activities. Animal cell lines are maintained under sterile conditions, and they require special techniques. They are used in studies regarding vaccine production, to identify the behaviour of the cell to carcinogens and []

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Key Difference Scarlet Fever vs Rheumatic Fever   Streptococci are a group of gram-positive bacteria that cause many infectious diseases in humans. Scarlet fever and rheumatic fever are two disorders that were once extremely common conditions caused either directly or indirectly by the streptococcal infections. Scarlet fever occurs when an infectious agent produces erythrogenic []

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Key Difference High Level Language vs Low Level Language   A computer functions according to the instructions provided by the user. A set of instructions written to perform a certain task is a computer program. A collection of computer programs is known as software. Computer programs or software are written using Computer programming language. []

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Key Difference Imbibition vs Osmosis   Molecules move from one area to another area by different processes. Imbibition, diffusion and osmosis are three methods involved in plants in the molecule movement. Imbibition is the process of absorbing water by a solid substance. These solid substances are known as imbibants, and they are hydrophilic. Osmosis []

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Key Difference Runnable vs Thread   A program in execution is known as a process. The process can be divided into multiple subprocesses. For example, Microsoft Word is a process. At the same time, it checks for the spelling mistake and grammar. That is a subprocess. These subprocesses are known as threads. Multithreading is []

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Key Difference Rheumatic Heart Disease vs Infective Endocarditis   Rheumatic heart disease, which is a complication of rheumatic fever, is characterized by deforming valvular fibrotic disease, usually the mitral valve. On the other hand, infective endocarditis is a microbial infection of the heart valves or of the mural endocardium that leads to the formation []

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Key Difference Solid Media vs Semi Solid Media   The culture medium can be defined as a solid or liquid formulation that contains nutrients and other necessary conditions for the growth of microorganisms and cells. A cultural medium is used to grow microorganisms under laboratory conditions for various purposes such as research, identification, classification, []

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Key Difference Self vs Cross Fertilization   The fusion of male and female gametes during the sexual reproduction to initiate the development of a new individual is fertilization. Fertilization can happen in two ways; self fertilization and cross fertilization. Self fertilization occurs between the male and female gametes of the same individual. Cross fertilization []

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Key Difference Alicyclic vs Aromatic Compounds   Based on the nature of the carbon skeleton, organic compounds are broadly classified into four categories namely, a) aliphatic b) alicyclic, c) aromatic, and d) heterocyclic compounds. Aliphatic compounds have single or multiple carbon bonds but do not have cyclic structures. Alicyclic compounds are formed by joining []

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Difference Between Self and Cross Fertilization

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