cyto-, cyt-, -cyte, cytio-

(Greek: cells, cell, hollow; used primarily in the extended sense of "animal or plant cells" [because cells were originally thought to be hollow])

cytolytic
cytomachia
cytome, cytomes
A cellular system or the cellular systems of an organism; as well as, the subsystems, and functional components of the body.

The cytome is a collection of complex and dynamic cellular processes, structures, and functions, which are the basis of physiological processes.

cytometer
cytometry
cytomics
The study of cell systems (cytomes) at a single cell level.

It combines bioinformatic knowledge in order to understand the molecular architecture and functionality of the cell system (cytome).

cytomorphology
1. The study of the various structures of cells, and the shapes that exist in them. 2. The science of the shapes of cells.
cytomorphosis
1. The series of changes that a cell undergoes during the various stages of its existence.
2. The various changes that occur within a cell during the entire course of its life cycle.
cyton
cytonecrosis
Necrosis of cells.
cytopathic
cytopathogenesis
The production of pathologic (disease) changes in cells.
cytopathogenetic
Relating to, or producing pathological changes in cells.
cytopathogenic
Relating to an agent, or substance, that causes a diseased condition in cells, in contrast to histologic changes (microscopic anatomy, as opposed to gross anatomy which involves structures that can be observed with the naked eye); used especially with reference to the effects observed in cells in tissue cultures.
cytopathologists
A physician, usually skilled in anatomical pathology, who is especially trained and experienced in cytopathology or disease changes within individual cells or cell types.

A cross reference of word units that are related, directly or indirectly, to "cell, cells, cell nucleus": celli-; cellulo-; endothelio-; gameto-; glio-; kary-, karyo-; neuro-.


Here is a general explanation about Cells and their Compositions.