toxico-, toxic-, toxi-, tox-, toxin-, -toxically, -toxaemia, -toxemia, -toxaemic, -toxemic, -toxical, -toxy, -toxis, -toxicosis, -toxism, -toxia, -toxin, -toxicity

(Greek: poison)

This Greek element originally meant "bow", then it became "arrow", then a "poisoned arrow" and finally "poison". In most cases, toxico- means poison, but in a few situations it refers to the original meaning of "arrow", as in toxophilite and toxophily; "love of or fondness for archery", and so it shouldn't be confused with toxophil, toxophile, "having an affinity for or an attraction to a toxin or poison'.
Exerting a deleterious (harmful or damaging) effect upon the crystalline lens (transparent biconvex cellular refractive structure lying between the iris and the vitreous humor) of the eye.
phacotoxic uveitis (s) (noun), phacotoxic uveitides (pl)
An extremely rare lens-induced uveitis: Phacotoxic uveitis, which is an inflammation of part or all of the uvea, is a low-grade reaction to the lens protein, and not a separate disease entity.
1. Capable of rendering the skin abnormally sensitive to light.
2. Pertaining to, characterized by, or producing phototoxicity.
The property of rendering the skin abnormally sensitive to light.
Chemically induced kind of photosensitivity which when in drugs and cosmetics, can react with sunlight to produce mild rashes or burns, severe headaches, or nausea and vomiting.

These ingredients can cause problems even when a strong sunblocker is used.

The condition resulting from damage by light.
The first formed xylem or the tissue which is specialized for the transportation of water and minerals upward through the plant.
In botany, the tissue from which the xylem is developed; the primitive xylem of a fibro-vascular bundle.
A pharmacetical substance that is toxic or harmful to the mind or personality.

A cross reference of another word family that is related directly, or indirectly, with: "poison": veno-; viru-.