endo-, end-

(Greek: within, inside, into, in, on, inner)

endoectothrix
A fungus that produces spores both on the interior and exterior of the hairs.
endoepidermal
endogam
endogamy
1. The custom of marrying only within the limits of a clan or a tribe.
2. Reproduction by conjugation between sister cells, the descendants of one original cell.
endogastrectomy
The surgical removal of inner part of the stomach.
endogastric
endogastritis
endogean
1. Living within or near the surface of the ground.
2. Relating to or being within, or inside, the environment under the surface of the ground.
endogenous
endogenous rhythm
An innate internal activity cycle of an organism that appears to be initially mediated by such exogenous factors as the length of day and season but that persists in the absence of external stimuli.
endoherniotomy
An obsolete procedure for closure, by sutures, of the interior lining of a hernial sac.
endolith
A calcified body found in the pulp chamber of a tooth; which may be composed of irregular dentin (true denticle, toothlike projecting point) or due to ectopic calcification of pulp tissue or structure which is positioned abnormally (false denticle).
endolithic
Living embedded in the surface of rocks; such as, certain lichens.
endolithophyte
A reference to plants that penetrate rock or other hard inorganic substratum.
endolithophytic
A reference to plants that grow within a rock or any other hard inorganic substratum.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units dealing with "form, shape, appearance": figur-; form-; icono-; ideo-; imag-; morpho-; -oid; typo-.