-oid, -oidal, -oidism, -odic
(Greek: a suffix; like, resembling, similar to, form)
Like or resembling a dream.
Resembling a nail of the finger or the toe in structure or form.
oozooid (s) (noun), oozooids (pl)
An individual that develops from an egg and reproduces by budding: An oozooid is the compound tunicate larva that has been sexually produced, and that, by budding, forms blastozooids.
Oozooid is used with reference to colonies of tunicates, for example sea-squirts, or similar organisms.
Pertaining to, similar to, or resembling snakes.
Resembling an opsonin or a constituent of normal or immune blood serum that makes invading bacteria more susceptible to the destructive action of the phagocytes (cells that are able to surround, to engulf, and to digest microorganisms and cellular debris).
Resembling an organ or a structure that resembles an organ.
Egg white protein produced in tubular gland cells in the epithelium of the chicken (or bird) oviduct in response to progesterone or estrogen.