endo-, end-

(Greek: within, inside, into, in, on, inner)

Inflammation of the inner ear.
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the cervix uteri (neck of the uterus); also endocervicitis.
1. A reference to fungi that grow within roots.
2. Nourished or receiving nourishment from within; for example, fungi or their hyphae receiving nourishment from plant roots in a mycorrhizal association.
endovaccination (s), endovaccinations (pl) (nouns)
The administration of vaccines orally or by mouth.
Within a vessel.
Inflammation of the tunica intima or the innermost membrane of a blood or lymph vessel; or more extensively, the innermost coat of blood vessels, consisting of a thin lining of endothelial cells longitudinally oriented and continuous with the endothelium of capillaries on the one hand and the endocardium of the heart on the other.
endozoic (adjective) (not comparable)
1. Regarding a plant living within an animal: It is considered that parasites are endozoic, like endozoic worms.
2, Relating to seed distribution beginning within an animal: Endozoic seed dispersal can be exemplified by animals swallowing seeds and later eliminating them as dung or manure.
endozoochore (s) (noun), endozoochores

Dispersal by the agency of animals, typically and especially after passage of non-digestable fruits or seeds through their intestines.
entoparasitic, endoparasitic
A parasite, such as a tapeworm, that lives within another organism.
1. A reference to fungi that grow on the outside of the roots.
2. Nourished or receiving nourishment from external parts.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units dealing with "form, shape, appearance": figur-; form-; icono-; ideo-; imag-; morpho-; -oid; typo-.