homeo-, homoeo-, homio-, [homoio-, British spelling] +

(Greek: same, like, resembling, sharing in common, similar, equal)

homeostatic
Related to or characterized by homeostasis.
homeotely
An evolution from homologous parts but not as close in resemblance.
homeotherapy, homeotherapeutics
1. Treatment or prevention of a disease using the principles of homeopathy.
2. Therapy for a disease by means of an agent that is similar to but not identical with the causative agent of the disease.
homeotherm
1. Any of the animals, including mammals and birds, that tend to maintain a constant body temperature.
2. Maintaining an almost constant body temperature; warm-blooded; homothermous, etc.
3. An organism, such as a mammal or bird, having a body temperature that is constant and largely independent of the temperature of its surroundings; an endotherm.
homeothermy
A reference to an organism which is able to regulate physiologically the rate of heat production and heat loss so as to maintain itself at constant temperature independently of the envioronmental temperature; warm-blooded.
homeotic
Pertaining to or characterized by homeosis.
homeotoxin, homeotoxic
A toxin from an individual which is toxic to other individuals of the same species.
homeotypic
1. Resembling normal type or the usual type.
2. Designating the second division of the nuclei of germ cells in meiosis (a process of cell division during which the nucleus divides into four nuclei, each of which contains half the usual number of chromosomes).
homeozoic, homoeozoic
1. Pertaining to, or including, similar forms or kinds of life; such as, homeozoic belts on the earth's surface.
2. A region or series of regions with similar fauna or fauna and flora.
homiogamy, homiogamic
The union of two gametes of the same sex.
homoioplasia, homoioplastic
The formation of new tissue of the same character as that already existing in the part.
homoiosmotic
Having a bodily osmotic regulating mechanism and body fluids that differ in osmotic pressure from the surrounding medium or from seawater.

Homoiosmotic animals include all the land and freshwater vertebrates.

homoiothermal, homoiothermic, homoiothermous
1. Any of the animals, including mammals and birds, that tend to maintain a constant body temperature.
2. Maintaining an almost constant body temperature; warm-blooded; homothermous, etc.
3. An organism, such as a mammal or bird, having a body temperature that is constant and largely independent of the temperature of its surroundings; an endotherm.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units dealing with "equal, identical, same, similar": auto-; emul-; equ-, equi-; homo-; iso-; pari-; peer; rhomb-; syn-; tauto-.