adipo-, adip-, adipos-

(Latin: fat, fatty; lard; of or pertaining to fat; fleshy)

adipodermal graft
Skin-fat graft.
adipofibroma
A benign connective tissue tumor composed of adipose and fibrous tissue; also, libofibroma.
adipogenesis (s), adipogeneses (pl) (nouns)
The formation of fat or fatty tissue: "Adipogenesis is the transformation of nonfat food materials into body fat."

"The production and accumulation of fat: "The formation of nonfat food materials into body fat is a process called adipogenesis."

adipogenetic
adipogenic
A reference to the production of fat, either fatty degeneration or fatty infiltration; also applied to the normal deposition of fat or to the conversion of carbohydrate or protein to fat. Also, lipogenic.
adipogenous
adipohepatic
A reference to or marked by fatty degeneration of the liver.
adipoid
Resemblance to fat; also, lipoid.
adipokinesis
The mobilization of fat in the body, often with the liberation of free fatty acids into the blood plasma.
adipokinetic
A substance or factor that causes movement of stored lipid (fat).
adipokinin
An anterior pituitary hormone that causes mobilization of fat from adipose tissue.
adipoleucocyte (s) (noun), adipoleucocytes (pl)
A white cell containing fat droplets or wax, as in insects.
adipolysis
1. The decomposition, breaking down, or splitting up of fat.
2. Cleavage or hydrolysis of fats during digestion, by fat-splitting enzymes.
adipolytic
adipoma
A benign tumor whose parenchyma is composed of mature adipose tissue cells.

Other related units of fat words: lard; lipo-; obeso-; oleo-; omento-; pimelo-; pio-; sebo-; steato-.