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The suffix 'genesis' means the origination, creation, formation, evolution of something specified.

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Abiogenesis
   means   
The Theory of a Chemical Origin of Life
Aerogenesis
   means   
The Formation of Gas
Agamogenesis
   means   
Asexual Reproduction
Reproduction without the fusion of gametes
Angiogenesis
   means   
The Formation of New Blood Vessels
Anthropogenesis
   means   
The Origin and Development of Humanity
Baryogenesis
   means   
The Generation of Baryonic Matter in the Early Moments of the Big Bang
The generic designation for the hypothetical physical processes that generated an asymmetry between baryons and anti-baryons in the very early universe.
Biogenesis
   means   
Generation of Living Organisms from Other Living Organisms
The theory that only a living organism can produce another living organism
Caenogenesis
   means   
The Introduction of Characters or Structure During the Embryonic Stage, Not Present During the Species' Evolution
Such as the addition of the placenta in mammalian evolution. As opposed to palingenesis
Cariogenesis
   means   
The Production of Dental Caries
Chromogenesis
   means   
The Production of Coloring Matter or Pigment
Cosmogenesis
   means   
The Origin and Development of the Cosmos
Gamogenesis
   means   
Sexual Reproduction
The production of offspring by the union of parents of different sexes; by the uniting of gametes. The opposite of agamogenesis.
Gynogenesis
   means   
An Egg is Activated by a Sperm Without the Fusion of the Egg and Sperm Nuclei
The embryo contains only maternal chromosomes due to the failure of the sperm to fuse with the egg nucleus
Karyogenesis
   means   
The Formation of the Nucleus of a Cell
Ketogenesis
   means   
The Production of Ketone Bodies
Produced as a result of fatty acid breakdown. As occurs in diabetes.
Merogenesis
   means   
Reproduction by Segmentation
The process of segmentation in which similar parts unite and form a complex individual entity from the aggregate of the parts. Eg. growth of embryo from part of egg.
Morphogenesis
   means   
The Differentiation and Growth of the Structure of an Organism
Or a part of an organism
Orthogenesis
   means   
The Outdated Theory That Life Has a Driving Force Towards Better Survival Skills.
Palingenesis
   means   
The Recurrence of a Species' Evolutionary Stages During Embryonic Development
Parthenogenesis
   means   
A Form of Asexual Reproduction Whereby an Unfertilised Egg Develops Into a New Individual
Progenesis
   means   
The Attainment of Sexual Maturity in Its Larval State
Spermatogenesis
   means   
Is the Process by Which Stem Cells Develop Into Mature Spermatozoon (sperm)
Symbiogenesis
   means   
The Merging of Two Separate Organisms to Form a Single New Organism
Synaptogenesis
   means   
The Creation of New Synapses
Teratogenesis
   means   
Congenital Malformations
Thermogenesis
   means   
Is the Process of Heat Production.
Ureagenesis
   means   
The Formation of Urea, Especially the Metabolism of Amino Acids to Urea.
Also called ureapoiesis.
Virogenesis
   means   
The Production or Formation of a Virus
Xenogenesis
   means   
Offspring That Does Not Resemble Its Parents
Zygogenesis
   means   
Forms of Reproduction Involving the Formation of a Zygote


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