hemer-, hemero-

(Greek: day)

hemerophilous (adjective), more hemerophilous, most hemerophilous
Relating to the growth of life forms in habitats influenced by the activities of man: Janet enjoyed the hemerophilous vegetables and herbs that were planted and cultivated by her parents in the spring.
hemerophily (s) (noun) (no pl)
The situation of life forms growing in environments regulated by the work or activities of humans: When reading in her history book, Mary read about hemerophily and how farming became a major way of producing food in a systematic way, instead of gathering berries and fruit in the wilderness.
A cultivated plant.

Another related "day" unit is located at this dies (DEE uhs) location.