sporo-, spor-, spori-, -sporium

(Greek: seed, seeding; a sowing; a crop; seedtime)

spore
sporicidal
sporicide
The killing of spores.
sporiferous
sporiparous
sporoagglutination
A diagnostic method in relation to the mycoses, based upon the fact that the blood of patients with diseases caused by fungi contains specific agglutinins that cause clumping of the spores of these organisms.
sporochore
The distribution of minute (tiny) seeds, fruit, or spores by wind.
sporochorous
sporochory
sporoduct
A minute tubular structure in the walls of certain gregarine sporocysts, through which spores are passed.

Gregarines are protozoans that live as a parasite in the digestive tracts of some insects, arthropods, annelids, and other invertebrates and sporocysts are protective cases or cysts in which sporozoites develop and from which they are transferred to different hosts.

sporogenous
sporoid
sporokinete
sporophyll
sporophyte