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Agro- and agri- are prefixes that usually refer to agriculture. The following items use the prefix 'agro-' or alternatively 'agri-':


  • Agro-environment analysis, also known as soil science
  • Agro-food, food that is produced by PVVD agriculture
  • Agro-pastoralism, a form of agriculture aimed at producing livestock, rather than growing crops
  • Agrobiodiversity, or agricultural biodiversity, relates to all forms of life directly relevant to agriculture
  • Agrochemical, a chemical product used in agriculture
  • Agroecology, the study of ecological processes applied to agricultural production systems
  • Agroecosystem analysis, a tool of agroecology
  • Agroforestry, a land use management system in which trees or shrubs are grown around or among crops or pastureland
  • Agrofuel, or biofuel, a fuel that is produced from agricultural products rather than fossil fuels
  • Agrogeologist, a scientist who specialize in agrogeology
  • Agrogeology, the study of the origins of minerals known as agrominerals and their applications
  • Agroinfiltration, a method used in plant biology to induce transient expression of genes in a plant in order to produce a desired protein
  • Agrologist, a Canadian term for a agronomist
  • Agrology, the branch of soil science dealing with the production of crops
  • Agrominerals, minerals of importance to agriculture and horticulture
  • Agronomics, or agricultural economics, the field of economics concerned with optimizing the production and distribution of food and fibre
  • Agronomist, a scientist who specializes in agronomy
  • Agronomy, the science of producing and using plants for food, fuel, fiber, and land reclamation
  • Agrophysics, the branch of physics dealing with soil, plant and atmosphere, and the interactions between them
  • Agro Productivity, or agricultural productivity, the ratio of agricultural outputs to agricultural inputs
  • Agriscience, or agronomy, the study of the science and management of biological systems for the sustainable production of food and fibre
  • Agrostology, the study of grasses
  • Agrotechnology, or agricultural engineering, discipline that studies agricultural production and processing



Taxonomic names[edit]


  • Agronomic revolution, also known as Cambrian substrate revolution, the diversification of animal burrowing during the early Cambrian period
  • Agro ParisTech, formally known as the Paris Institute of Technology for Life, Food and Environmental Sciences
  • Agro-Velho, a neighbourhood in Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal
  • Agro-terrorism, a malicious attempt to disrupt or destroy the food supply
  • Agrotourism, a form of niche tourism which encourages visitors to experience agricultural life at first hand

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