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)

ptyalogenous
Caused by the action of saliva.
puligenous
pyretogenesis
pyretogenetic
pyretogenous
pyrogenesis
1. The intrusion and extrusion of magma and its derivatives.
2. Plasma arc gasification which takes solid waste, shreds it, and then feeds it into a furnace where extreme electrical charges bring the temperature above 3,000 degrees.

One application of the word pyrogenesis is a reference to a superheating furnace that reduces trash to valuable raw materials.

pyrogenetic
Produced by or producing fever.
pyrogenous
Something produced under conditions involving intense heat.
regenerative medicine (s) (noun), regenerative medicines (pl)
Medical therapies that will enable the body to repair, replace, restore, and regenerate damaged or diseased cells, tissues and organs: The purpose of regenerative medicine is to extend healthy lives and to improve the quality of life by supporting and activating the body’s natural healing.

Regenerative medicine also involves the process of creating living and functional tissues or organ functions that have been lost as a result of age, disease, damage, or congenital defects.

rheumatogenenis
rhinogenous
Originating or arising in the nose or having its origin in the nose.
rhizogenesis
rhizogenous
rhodogenesis
saprogenous
Growing on decaying material; causing putrefaction.