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Unit II Cells

Word Parts

caud/o Lower part of the body
cephal/o Head
col/o colon/o Colon (large intestine)
crin/o -crine secrete
cyan/o blue
di- twice
dys- bad, difficult, painful
erythr/o red
eti/o cause
gastr/0 stomach
hepat/o liver
home/o sameness,constant
hyper- execssive
hypo- deficient
hyster/o uterus
inter- between
intra- within
lapar/o, abdomen, abdominal wall
leuk/o white
melan/o black, dark
meta- change, beyond, next to
mono- one
-oma tumor,neoplasm
-ous pertaining to
path/o -pathy disease, suffering, emotion
peri- surrounding
plas/o plas/i -plasia growth, formation
-plasm formative material of cells
poli/o gray matter of the brain & spinal cord
-stasis -static control, maintaining a constant level
-tic pertaining to
SCA Sickle Cell Anemia
DNA Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Created by: bcullum