mechanophore etymology

English word mechanophore comes from English -phore (Bearer, carrier or conveyor.), English mechano- (Involving the use of machines or mechanisms.)

Detailed word origin of mechanophore

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phore English (eng) Bearer, carrier or conveyor.
mechano- English (eng) Involving the use of machines or mechanisms.
mechanophore English (eng) (chemistry) Any compound whose reaction is triggered by mechanical force.

Words with the same origin as mechanophore

Descendants of -phore
adenophorous androphore carpophore chromophore electrophore gametophore iodophor luminophore myophore necrophore nectophore odontophore onomatophore oophore oöphore phagophore pharmacophore photophore pogonophore polyphore rhinophoral semantophore siderophore zygophore
Descendants of mechano-
mechanobiology mechanocaloric mechanochemical mechanoelectrical mechanography mechanolatry mechanoluminescent mechanomyogram mechanophobe mechanoporation mechanoreception mechanoreceptive mechanoreceptor mechanoresponse mechanosensation mechanosensillum mechanosensing mechanosensory mechanostable mechanostimulus mechanosynthesis mechanotherapy mechanotransducive mechanotransduction mechanotransductive