A class of homoxenous or heteroxenous parasitic protozoa exhibiting both sexual and asexual phases. Locomotion is by body flexion, gliding, or undulations of longitudinal ridges. Pseudopods, if present, are used only for feeding. It comprises three subclasses: gregarinia, coccidia, and piroplasmia. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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(spor″o-ze´ә) a class of parasitic protozoa with both sexual and asexual phases; it contains the medically important subclass Coccidia. Called also Sporozoa.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: spōr′ō-zō′ē-ă Definitions: 1. A large class of protozoans (phylum Apicomplexa, subkingdom Protozoa) consisting of obligatory parasites with simple spores lacking polar filaments; cilia and flagella are absent (except for microgametes, found in some groups), and locomotion is by undulati
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