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)

dictyogen, dictyogenous
The name applied to those plants which have a monocotyledonous embryo, and reticulated leaf-veins (in the latter respect resembling the Dicotyledons).
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 (adjective), more dolorogenous, most dolorogenous
A reference to something which is caused by pain or is causing pain: Tom's mother told her little son to stay away from dolorogenous things like the stove in th kitchen, the fire in fireplace, and hot water.
Defective or abnormal development, particularly in the embryo.
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.
1. The production of electricity by a living plant or animal.
2. The creation of electricity; especially, by living organisms.