CLAS 205-1

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CLAS 205-1
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Bioscientific Terminology by Ayers Lesson 1: Introduction to Greek Prefixes and Bases
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  1. a-
    an-
    • not
    • without

    (atheist, atypical, amoral, anarchy, anesthetic)
  2. amphi-
    ampho-
    • both
    • on both sides of
    • around

    (amphibious, amphiteater, amphogenic)
  3. ana-
    an-
    • up
    • back
    • again

    (analysis, anatomy, anachronism, anode, aneurysm)
  4. anti-
    ant-
    • against
    • opposite

    (antidote, antitoxin, antiseptic, antagonist, antarctic)
  5. apo-
    ap-
    • from
    • off
    • away

    (apology, apostle, aphorism, apheliotropism)
  6. cata-
    cat-
    • down
    • against
    • according to
    • very

    (catalyst, catastrophe, category, cathode, catholic)
  7. dia-
    di-
    • through
    • across
    • between

    (diameter, diagnosis, diocese, diopter)
  8. ALG-
    -algesia
    • pain
    • -algesia = sense of pain

    (nostalgia, analgesic, neuralgia, algolagnia, algedonic, causalgia)
  9. ARTHR-
    • joint
    • speech sound
    • articulation

    (arthritis, dysarthria, arthropod, emarthrosis, arthrobranchial, arthropterous, diarthrosis, nearthrosis, stereoarthrolysis, synarthrophysis)
  10. BI-
    life

    (biography, autobiography, amphibious, biomorphic, symbiosis, diplobiont, biopsy, abiogenesis, biochrome, biotheraphy, dermatobiasis, geobios, metabiosis, photobiotic, psychobiology)
  11. BALL-
    BOL-
    -BLE
    • to throw
    • to put

    (ballistics, symbol, parable, diabolic, hyperbole, problem, discobolus, xeriobole, metabolism, embolism, hemiballismus, embololalia, epiboly, periblem, Sporobolus)
  12. BRADY-
    slow

    (bradycarpic, bradycardia, bradylexia)
  13. CRYPT-
    hidden

    (crypt, cryptography, cryptanalysis, cryptic, cryptolcommunist, crypt, cryptogam, cryptochism, cryptestesia, cryptoclastic, cryptogenic, cryptophyte, cryptovolcanic, cryptozoic, snycryptic)
  14. DROM-
    • running
    • course

    (dromedary, airdome, hippodrome, acrodromous, syndrome, heterodromia, dromomania, anadromous, adromia, dromography, photodromy)
  15. GE-
    earth

    (geology, geometry, geography, George, geophysics, geomancy, geocarpy, geophagy, geophilious, amphigean, geophyte, geotaxis, hypogeous)
  16. HOD-
    OD-
    • road
    • way

    (period, episode, exodus, synod, method, cathode, anode, hodophobia, esodic, prosodus, urodeum)
  17. MNE-
    to remember

    (mnemonic, amnesty, amnesia, pseudomnesia, acousmatamnesia, autoanamnesia, catamnesis, ecmnesia, mnemodermia)
  18. MORPH-
    form

    (morphine, metamorphosis, anthropomorphic, amorphous, theriomorphic, morphology, polymorphonuclear, dysmorphobia, actinomorphous, enantiomorph, gynandromorphy, mesomorphic, morpheme, phyllomorphosis)
  19. ODONT-
    tooth

    (mastodon, orthodontist, exodontist, prosthodontia, pleurodont, homodont, polyphyodont, rhizodontotropy, tetraselenodont, xanthodont)
  20. PHOR-
    PHER-
    • to bear
    • to go

    (semaphore, periphery, phosphorus, metaphor, gynophore, oophorectomy, heterophoria, euphoria, chromatophore, aerophore, metaphery, odontophore, osmodysphoria, photophore)
  21. PLEX-

    PLEG-
    • PLEX- = stroke
    • PLEG- = paralysis

    (paraplegia, laryngoplegia, apoplexy, diplegia, quadriplegia)
  22. POD-
    -PUS
    foot

    (tripod, podium, antipodes, octopus, podiatrist, micropus, cephalopod, adenopodous, cynopodous, metapodium, podotheca)
  23. PROCT-
    • anus
    • rectum

    (proctology, cytoproct, periproct, proctostasis)
  24. STOL-
    STAL-
    -STLE
    • to send
    • to contract

    (epistle, apostolic, systole, peristalsis, anastalsis, catastalsis, hemisystole, telediastolic, thermosystaltic)
  25. STOM-
    STOMAT-
    • mouth
    • opening

    (stomach, gymnostomatous, enterostomy, stomatitis, odontostomatous, actinostome, microstome, nephrostome)
  26. TROP-
    TREP-
    • to turn
    • response to stimulus

    (tropic, heliotrope, apotropaic, apheliotropism, phototropic, esotropia, anisotropia, autotropism, barotropic, orthotropism, stereotropism, Treponema, treponemiasis)
  27. UR-
    URE-
    • urine, urinary system
    • URE- = to urinate

    (ureter, uremic, albuminuria, hippuric acid, urocyanosis, urolithiasis)

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