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Med. Terms

QuestionAnswer
chromo colored
-some body
chromo/some colored body in the cell contains the DNA
cyto cell
-skeleton framework
cyto cell
-skeleton framework
cyto/skeleton framework of the cell
hyper excessive
-tonic strength,concentration
hyper/tonic excessive concentration
hypo below normal
hypo/tonic below normal concentration
iso same as
iso/tonic same concentration
mei lessening or reduction
-o/sis condition of
mei/osis condition of lessening of chromosomes
meta beyond or after
-stasis controlling or stopping
metastasis beyond control
neo new
-plasm growth
neo/plasm new growth
phag/o/ eat
-cytosis process of
phagocytosis process of cell eating
adipos fatty
-e pertaining to
adipos/e pertaing to fatty
bacteria single cell microorganisms
-cidal to kill or destroy
bacteri/cidal to destroy rod-shaped microorganisms
cardi heart
-ac pertaing to
cardi/ac pertaining to heart
muc slime
-ous pertaining to
mucous pertaining to a slimy substance
pariet wall
-al pertaining to
pariet/al pertaining to the wall of a body cavity
peri around
peri/cardi/al pertaining to around the heart
ser watery
-ous pertaining to
ser/ous pertaining to a watery substance
viscer guts or internal organs
viscer/al pertaining to the internal organs
Created by: khrmas2638
 

 



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