phyto-, phyt-, -phyte

(Greek: a plant; growth; growing in a specified way or place; to produce)

apophyte
archaeophyte
A plant that existed in prehistoric times.
asomatophyte (s) (noun), asomatophytes (pl)
A plant in which there is no distinction between body and reproductive cells: For Ben's research project in botany, he was hoping to catalogue several examples of asomatophytes from the local park.
asymphytous (adjective), more asymphytous, most asymphytous
Pertaining to being separate or distinct; not grown together: The toes of the rare specimen were asymphytous and therefore it was unable to swim.
atmophyte
An epiphyte that obtains water by aerial assimilation over its entire surface.
aulophyte
1. A free-living plant growing on or in another plant.
2. A non-parasitic plant growing, or living, within in a hollow cavity in another plant.
autophyte
A plant capable of synthesizing its own food from simple organic substances.
autophytic
Relating to organisms (as green plants) that can make complex organic nutritive compounds from simple inorganic sources by photosynthesis.
bacteriophytoma
benthopheustophyte
Any large plant resting freely on the floor of a lake but capable of drifting slowly with the currents.
benthophyte
A plant living at the bottom of a body of water or in the bed of a river.
benthopleustophyte
Any large plant resting freely on the floor of a lake but capable of drifting slowly with the currents.
biophyte
1. A plant that feeds on other living organisms.
2. A parasitic or predatory plant; or plants that get sustenance from living organisms.
biophytic
A reference to a plant consuming living organisms.
Bryophyta