adjective phys·io·gen·ic \¦fizēə¦jenik\

Definition of physiogenic

  1. 1 :  of bodily origin :  somatogenic —often opposed to psychogenic

  2. 2 of a plant disease :  due to environmental or physiological abnormalities rather than parasites

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Origin and Etymology of physiogenic

International Scientific Vocabulary physi- + -genic

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