Where does the prefix bio come from?
Bio comes from the ancient Greek work Life. Bio comes from the word 'life' from ancient Greek
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"Bio" means "life." You can also tell this through context clues ofwords that begin with "bio," such as "biology" (the study of life),"biography" (a story about someone's life…) and "bionic" (givinglife to technology).
Bio- means life......and some words are Biology Biography Bio hazard
Bio means life, like in Biology or Biome.
there are several meanings for it depending on the context or situation in an online game Bio means you need to go to the bathroom, Bio-hazard or Bio means Biological like ger…ms and viruses
A list of words with the prefix "bio" in them might includebio-hazard, biodegradable, or biosphere. Another word that contains"bio" as a prefix is biography.
It means life
biology biography biologist biographer biochemical biomass
bio bioacoustics bioactive bioactivities bioactivity bioassay bioassayed bioassaying bioassays bioavailabilities bioavailability bioavailable biocenose…s biocenosis biochemical biochemically biochemicals biochemist biochemistries biochemistry biochemists biochip biochips biocidal biocide biocides bioclean bioclimatic biocoenoses biocoenosis biocompatibilities biocompatibility biocompatible biocontrol biocontrols bioconversion bioconversions biocycle biocycles biodegradabilities biodegradability biodegradable biodegradation biodegradations biodegrade biodegraded biodegrades biodegrading biodeterioration biodeteriorations biodiversities biodiversity biodynamic bioelectric bioelectrical bioelectricities bioelectricity bioenergetic bioenergetics bioengineer bioengineered bioengineering bioengineerings bioengineers bioethic bioethical bioethicist bioethicists bioethics biofeedback biofeedbacks biofouling biofoulings biogas biogases biogasses biogen biogeneses biogenesis biogenetic biogenetically biogenic biogenies biogenous biogens biogeny biogeochemical biogeochemicals biogeochemistries biogeochemistry biogeographer biogeographers biogeographic biogeographical biogeographies biogeography biographee biographees biographer biographers biographic biographical biographically biographies biography biohazard biohazards bioherm bioherms biologic biological biologically biologicals biologics biologies biologism biologisms biologist biologistic biologists biology bioluminescence bioluminescences bioluminescent biolyses biolysis biolytic biomarker biomarkers biomass biomasses biomaterial biomaterials biomathematical biomathematician biomathematicians biomathematics biome biomechanical biomechanically biomechanics biomedical biomedicine biomedicines biomes biometeorological biometeorologies biometeorology biometric biometrical biometrician biometricians biometrics biometries biometry biomolecular biomolecule biomolecules biomorphic bionic bionics bionomic bionomics bionomies bionomy biont biontic bionts biophysical biophysicist biophysicists biophysics biopic biopics bioplasm bioplasms biopolymer biopolymers biopsic biopsied biopsies biopsy biopsying bioptic bioreactor bioreactors bioregion bioregional bioregionalism bioregionalisms bioregionalist bioregionalists bioregions bioremediation bioremediations biorhythm biorhythmic biorhythms bios biosafeties biosafety bioscience biosciences bioscientific bioscientist bioscientists bioscope bioscopes bioscopies bioscopy biosensor biosensors biosocial biosocially biosolid biosolids biosphere biospheres biospheric biostatistical biostatistician biostatisticians biostatistics biostratigraphic biostratigraphies biostratigraphy biosyntheses biosynthesis biosynthetic biosynthetically biosystematic biosystematics biosystematist biosystematists biota biotas biotech biotechnical biotechnological biotechnologies biotechnologist biotechnologists biotechnology biotechs biotelemetric biotelemetries biotelemetry biotic biotical biotics biotin biotins biotite biotites biotitic biotope biotopes biotoxin biotoxins biotransformation biotransformations biotron biotrons biotype biotypes biotypic biovular
bio is a prefix and i root
Biochemistry, biocoenosis, biodegradable, biofeedback, biogenesis, biography, biological, biology, bioluminescence, biomass, biometry, bionics, biophysics, biopsy, biota, - - …- - there are HUNDREDS more, but perhaps it would serve you better to actually read a dictionary, then the words would stick in your memory more effectively.
Yes. It's from the Ancient Greek Î²Î¯Î¿Ï meaning "life".
No, the bio- prefix in words like biology means life. Biology, for example, is the study of life.