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(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

autotropic (adjective), more autotropic, most autotropic
In botany and biology, a reference to the tendency to grow in a straight line, regardless of external factors or influences.
auxotonic
In botany, induced by growth rather than by external stimulus.
avionic (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to or relating to avionics or aviation electronics.
axenic (adjective), more axenic, most axenic
Characterized by not being contaminated by or associated with other foreign organisms: There are supposedly some axenic cultures of microorganisms that exist without the presence of other organisms.

Some experimental animals are raised in axenic conditions so they can be used for special research projects.

azoic (adjective), more azoic, most azoic
A reference to being devoid of living organisms; without life: Biologists talk about an azoic time when our Earth existed without any life on it.

Specifically, designating the Early Precambrian ("Archean") era, before life appeared on earth because the azoic rocks did not contain any signs of organic remains.

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barbaric
1. Without civilizing influences; uncivilized; primitive: "barbaric invaders".
2. Of, like, or befitting barbarians: "a barbaric empire; barbaric practices".
3. Marked by crudeness or lack of restraint in taste, style, or manner; such as, "barbaric decorations".
barometric
Describing information derived from the use of a barometer.
barotactic
Relating to, or being a barotaxis.
barotropic (adjective), more barotropic, most barotropic
The atmospheric phenomena or science that deals with the study of the atmosphere and its density; especially, with weather forecasting.
basiscopic
Something which is facing, or viewed, on the side, toward the base.
bathypelagic
1. The biogeographic realm of the ocean, or living in the depths of the ocean; especially, between about 1000 and 4000 meters (3,280 and 13,120 feet).
2. A reference to creatures living in the bathyal region of an ocean.
3. Found in the depths of the sea.
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benthic, benthonic
1. Pertaining to the sea bed, river bed, or lake floor.
2. The collection of organisms living on or in sea or lake bottoms.

A reference to benthos; from Greek, meaning "depth"; which designates the oceanic substratum.

Benthic refers to the fauna living on the bottom, in contrast to the pelagic fauna, which live in the open oceans.

biblic (adjective), more biblic, most biblic
Of, or pertaining to, derived from, or in accord with the Bible: There is a biblic learning and a biblic authority.