geno-, gen-, genit-, gener-, -gen

(Greek > Latin: race, kind; line of descent; origin, creation; pertaining to sexual relations, reproduction, or heredity; and more recently, a gene or genes)

Production of gas, as with microorganisms.
aerogenic, aerogenous
Producing gas; said of bacteria that liberate free gaseous products.
Asexual reproduction.
The production of offspring otherwise than by the union of parents of distinct sexes (as by the simple division of a pre-existent living being, or the formation of buds, that become independent living beings); asexual reproduction.
agenesis (s) (noun), ageneses (pl)
A lack of development or absence of an organ or other body part: From time to time, a child is born with agenesis and so it may have an undeveloped or a missing body part.
1. A developmental anomaly consisting of imperfect development of reproductive organs, usually with the protrusion of the intestines through an imperfectly developed abdominal wall.
2. A congenital malformation characterized by the absence or defective formation of the genitals and protrusion of the intestines through an incompletely developed abdominal wall.
Producing or forming albumin.
algogenesia, algogenesis
The causation or production of pain.
Nothing begins, and nothing ends,
That is not paid with moan;
For we are born in others’ pain,
And perish in our own.
—Francis Thompson
algogenesis, algogenesia
The production or origin of pain.
1. Having a different genetic constitution but belonging to the same species.
2. In immunology, describing material coming from a genetically distinct member of the same species, as serum, tissue, or cells.
1. A reference to factors acting from outside the system, or of material transported into an area from outside.
2. Having different sets of genes or differing in genotype.
Floras persisting from an earlier environment.
Alternation of generations; an alternation between sexual and asexual phases in a life cycle.
Born or bred in, of, or near a river.