organo-, organ-

(Greek: an organized structure; pertaining to a specific bodily part with a specific function or set of functions; instrument, tool, implement)

organosedimentary (adjective), more organosedimentary, most organosedimentary
A reference to substances that have been left by water and built up by the interaction of living organisms.
1. A tendency of selective migration to some particular organ.
2. A directed response of a motile organism to an organ.
organotherapy, opotherapy
Treatment by the administration of preparations made from animal organs, especially glands; now frequently by synthetic preparations instead of extracts of a gland.
organotherapy, organotherapeutic
In medicine, the treatment of diseases by administering substances derived from animal organs; such as, bovine insulin, which is used to treat diabetes in humans.
1. A reference to the nourishment of organs of the body.
2. Deriving energy from the oxidation of organic compounds; said of bacteria.
3. Pertaining to a microorganism that uses organic sources as a reducing power.
organotropism, organotropy
The special affinity of chemical compounds or of pathogenic agents for particular tissues or organs of the body.
An end-organ of sensory receptors, such as a taste bud.
organum (singular); organa (plural); organon
An organ: a somewhat independent part of the body that is arranged according to a characteristic structural plan, and performs a special function or functions.

It is composed of various tissues, one of which is primary in function.

phonorganon, phonorganum
An instrument imitating the sounds of the voice, a speaking-machine.
pus organism
Pyogenic micro-organism, or a micro-organism producing pus; usually, staphylococci and streptococci; but many other organisms also produce pus.
total organic carbon (TOC)
The quantity of organic compounds dissolved in water, measured as pure carbon.

The TOC of a body of water affects biogeochemical processes, nutrient cycling, biological availability, and chemical transport and interactions. It also has direct implications for drinking water quality and wastewater treatment.

visceromegaly (s) (noun), visceromegalies (pl)
A generalized enlargement of the internal organs of the abdomen: The pediatric specialists were at a loss to explain the virceromegaly affecting the young patient's stomach; and possibly, the small and large intestines, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, adrenal glands, or the kidneys; since all of these are part of the abdominal viscera.