ampho-, amph-, amphi-

(Greek: around, about, both, on both sides of, both kinds)

A plant that produces flowers of different colors on the same stalk.
In genetics, a hybrid, exhibiting more of the characteristics of one parent than the other.
A small amphibian order in the subclass Anura; it contains a single family, Ascaphidae, which are primitive toads with amphicoelous vertebrae.
Relating to a vertebra that is concave at both ends, as is the case in most fish and certain reptiles.
A headache or pain affecting both sides of the head.
Having a concentric vascular bundle in which phloem surrounds the central strand of xylem; an amphicribral bundle.
amphicryptophyte (s) (noun), amphicryptophytes (pl)
A marsh plant with amphibious vegetative parts.
One of the Amphicyonidae, large dogs that appeared in the Oligocene and achieved a Holarctic distribution in the Miocene.
A neuroglial cell that encapsulates the dorsal root ganglion cells.
1. One of a pair of circular pits or tubes situated laterally at the anterior end of aquatic nematode worms, thought to be sense organs.
2. A salt of the class formed by the combination of an acid and a base, or by the union of two oxides, two sulphides, selenides, or tellurides, as distinguished from a haloid compound.
In nematodes, having two ovaries, one directed anteriorly and the other posteriorly.
A reference to a bivalve ligament, extending both before and behind the beak.
Having a diploid set (cell with a full set of genetic material) of chromosomes derived from each parent.
The condition of being amphidiploid.
A family festival in ancient Athens in honor of the birth of a child, during which the child received its name.

Related "around, round, surrounding" units: ambi-; circ-; circum-; cyclo-, -cycle; gyro-; peri-.