geno-, gen-, genit-, gener-, -gen

(Greek > Latin: race, kind; line of descent; origin, creation; pertaining to sexual relations, reproduction, or heredity; and more recently, a gene or genes)

nomogenesis
noogenesis
Evolution of the mind.
nosogenesis, nosogeny
Pathogenesis or the origin and development of a disease.
obesogenous
Producing or causing obesity.
oligogene
Controlled by a few genes responsible for major heritable changes.
oligogenesis
A condition of having borne few children.
omnigenous
omphalogenesis
oncogene
1. A gene that causes the transformation of normal cells into cancerous tumor cells, especially a viral gene that transforms a host cell into a tumor cell.
2. A gene that played a normal role in the cell as a proto-oncogene and that has been altered by mutation and now may contribute to the growth of a tumor.
3. A gene capable, under certain conditions, of causing the initial and continuing conversion of normal cells into cancer cells.
oncogeneic
oncogenesis
1. The causation or production of tumors.
2. The generation of or the process of tumor formation.
oncogenetic
A reference to the cause, origin, or formation of tumors.
oncogenous
Arising in or originating from a tumor.
ontogenesis
ontogenetic