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Can you match these prefixes, suffixes, and word roots with their definitions?

Can you match these prefixes, suffixes, and word roots with their definitions?

Chrom, trans-, -some (or soma-), aqu- (or aqua-), -elle, bi-, inter-

Prefixes/ suffixes / roots meaning example
chrom color: – chromatid
trans- across: translation
-some (or soma-) body: autosome
aqu- (or aqua-)

water aquaculture, aquarium, aquatic
-elle

little, small organelle
bi-

two bilingual, biceps, and biped;
inter- Between, within, inside  interdependent

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mito, eu, cyte (or cyto-), a- (or an-), chloro-, endo-, ex-,

Prefixes/ suffixes / roots meaning example
mito- thread: Mitochondrion, Mitosis.
eu- true, good Eubacteria, eukaryotes.
-cyte (or cyto-)

cell Cytoplasm
a- (or an-)

without, lack of, not apetalous, atypical
Chloro- green chloroplast
Endo- inside, inner endoplasm
ex Out of, away from. extinction

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hypo-, -phyll, sym-, phago-, -plasm, hyper-, micro-

Prefixes/ suffixes/ roots meanings examples
hypo-

below, less than hypocalcaemia
-phyll leaf: chlorophyll
Sym- same symbiosis
Phago- eat Phagocyte
-plasm formed substance cytoplasm
Hyper- above, greater than hypertension
Micro- small Micro-some

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