Origin of histo-from Classical Greek histos, a loom, web from base of histanai, to set up, stand
Histo is defined as living body tissue.
An example of histo used as a prefix is in the word histology which means the study of living tissue.
Body tissue: histogenesis.
Origin of histo-From Greek histos web ; see stā- in Indo-European roots.
- (biology) Combining form with the meaning of tissue.
From Ancient Greek ἱστός (histos, “web, tissue”).
- ANC HIsTO PoDA.