-ic

(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)

bioinorganic
A reference to the biological activity of metal complexes and nonmetal compounds based on elements other than carbon; as contrasted with bio-organic.
biologic
1. Referring to biology.
2. Pertaining to the products and operations of applied biology.
3. Any virus, therapeutic serum, toxin, antitoxin, or analogous product of plant or animal origins used in the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of disease; for example, vaccines, and blood plasma products.
biolytic
1. Life destroying or destructive to life.
2. Related to biolysis or capable of destroying life.
biomimetic (adjective), more biomimetic, most biomimetic
Relating to a substance or process that uses the simulating of nature in man-made systems, products, etc.
biomorphic
1. A reference to a decorative form representing a living object.
2. A life form often used in primitive art.
bionic
1. Of or pertaining to bionics; having or being an artificial, especially electromechanical, device that replaces parts of the body; having ordinary human capabilities increased (as if) by the aid of such devices.
2. Utilizing electronic devices and mechanical parts to assist humans in performing diffickult, dangerous, or intricate tasks, as by supplementing or duplicating parts of the body: "The scientists used a bionic arm to examine the radioactive materials." 3. Having superhuman strength, speed, or intensity.
biopsychic (adjective)
Pertaining to mental phenomena in their relations to the living organism.
bioptic
The process of removing tissue from living patients for diagnostic examination.
biotic
1. A reference to common life; secular.
2. Pertaining to life or living organisms; caused by, produced by, or comprising living organisms.
biphasic
Having two distinct phases.
biphonemic
Constituting, consisting of, or standing for two phonemes.
blastodermic
blastogenic
blastolytic
blennogenic (adjective), more blennogenic, most blennogenic
Pertaining to the secretion of mucus (a protective slippery substance of the body).