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)

degenerative
dentinogenesis
dictyogen, dictyogenous
The name applied to those plants which have a monocotyledonous embryo, and reticulated leaf-veins (in the latter respect resembling the Dicotyledons).
digenesis
digenetic
digenous
diplogenesis (s) (noun), diplogeneses (pl)
A duplication in the production of a normally single organ or parts of an animal: There are some examples of diplogeneses appearing in nature; for example, a polar bear with two heads which was actually seen by a family who saw it in a museum in Alaska.
dolorogenous
A reference to something which is caused by pain or is causing pain.
dynamogenesis
dysgenesis
Defective or abnormal development, particularly in the embryo.
dysgenitalism
A condition caused by abnormal genital development.
ectogenous (adjective)
A reference to certain pathogenic micro-organisms that are able to live and develop outside of their hosts.
ectrogenesis, ectrogenic
A failure of development of an organ or a part in the absolute sense, implying the absence of a primordial or rudimentary form. Also called agenesis, agenesia, ectrogeny.
electrogenesis
1. The production of electricity by a living plant or animal.
2. The creation of electricity; especially, by living organisms.
embryogenesis