-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)

euryhydric
eurythermic
A descriptive reference to an organism which is able to tolerate a wide range of temperatures in its environment.
eurytopic (adjective), more eurytopic, most eurytopic
Usually a reference to plants or animals that are able to adapt to or which are tolerant of a wide variation in one or more environmental factors or conditions: "There are widely distributed eurytopic groups that can be observed adapting to a significant range of habitats."
eurytropic
eustatic
euthenic
eutherapeutic
euthermic
At an optimal temperature.
evangelistic (adjective), more evangelistic, most evangelistic
Referring to a person who seeks to convert others to the Christian faith; especially, by public preaching.
exobiotic
Living on the exterior of a substrate (substratum) [base to which a stationary animal or a plant is fixed] or the outside of an organism.
exocentric
exonastic
A reference to an ovule with a horizontal curvature in the direction of the upper face of the carpel.
exopathy (s) (noun), exopathies (pl)
A disease originating outside the body: Jack found out in his research that the ailment could be termed as an exopathy because it didn't not begin inside the body of the deceased person.
exophytic
exosmotic
A reference to the passage of a fluid through a semipermeable membrane toward a solution of lower concentration, especially the passage of water through a cell membrane into the surrounding medium.