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Page 82 To conclude, Dr. Bulleyn's specific knowledge of Botany seems to have been but slender. His zeal for the promotion of the useful arts of gardening, the general culture of the land, and the commercial in|terests of the kingdom, deserved the highest praise, and for the information he has left of these affairs, in his own time, posterity owe him acknowledgments.
This is a list of roots, suffixes, and prefixes used in medical terminology, their meanings, and their etymologies.Most of them are combining forms in New Latin and hence international scientific vocabulary.There are a few general rules about how they combine. First, prefixes and suffixes, most of which are derived from ancient Greek or classical Latin, have a droppable -o-.
A B; Abdomin/O: Abdomen: acetabul/o: acetabulum (hip socket) Acr/O: Extremities, Top, Extreme Point: Acu/O: Sharp, Severe, Sudden: Aden/O: Gland: adenoid/o: Adenoids
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