para-, par-

(Greek: by the side of, beside, past, beyond; contrary, wrong, irregular, abnormal)

parasyndesis, parasynapsis
Te longitudinal pairing of homologous chromosomes during meiosis.

Meiosis is the process of germ cell formation. During meiosis, each chromosome pairs with the other chromosome in the pair and they exchange segments of genetic material.

Misunderstanding or misconception of a word, resulting in an alteration or corruption of it.
parataxis, paratactic
1. The juxtaposition of clauses or phrases without the use of coordinating or subordinating conjunctions; as, "It was cold; the snows came."
2. The sequential ordering of proposition or clauses, without an indication of the relation (or co-ordination or subordination) between them by means of connecting words; the joining of sentences, phrases, or clauses without the use of conjunctive words; for example, "I came, I saw, I conquered." or "Drive carefully, the road is wet."
3. The attitudes, ideas, and experiences accumulated during personality development that are not effectively assimilated or integrated into the growing repository of the other attitudes, ideas, and experiences of an individual's personality.
paratereseomania, parateresiomania
A compulsion to see new sights and places.
An emotional disorder in which the mood does not fit the real situation.
Excision of a parathyroid gland.
parathyrotropic, parathyrotrophic
Influencing the growth or activity of the parathyroid glands.
1. Any disorder in the growth of the hair, with particular reference to quantity.
2. The growth of hair in abnormal places.
3. Abnormality of hair with regard to its position or quality.
Chafing (rubbing and causing irritation, soreness by rubbing).
Deriving sustenance from living organic material.
An acute infectious disease with symptoms and lesions resembling those of typhoid fever, though milder in character; associated with the presence of the paratyphoid organism of which at least three varieties (types A, B, and C) have been described.