biogravics

bi·o·grav·ics

(bī'ō-grav'iks),
That field of study dealing with the effect on living organisms (particularly humans) of abnormal gravitational effects produced, for example, by acceleration or by free fall; in the former case, heavier than normal weight is induced, and in the latter weightlessness.
[bio- + L. gravis, weight]

biogravics

[-grav′iks]
the study of the effects of gravity, including reduced and increased gravitational forces, on organisms.