Chilomastix

(ki″lo-mas´tiks) a genus of pear- or lemon-shaped parasitic protozoa found in the intestines of various vertebrates, including humans. All species are considered nonpathogenic or only slightly pathogenic, but one species, C. mesni´li, has been associated with rare cases of watery diarrhea.
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Chilomastix

genus Chilomastix noun flagellates parasitic in intestines of vertebrates including humans
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Chilomastix

A genus of protozoan flagellates parasitic in the large intestine of man and other primates, and in many other mammals, birds, amphibia, and reptiles; it is ordinarily nonpathogenic, but one species, Chilomastix mesnili, may be an occasional cause of diarrhoea in children. ... Origin: chilo-+ G. Mastix, whip ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Chilomastix

Type: Term Pronunciation: kī′lō-mas′tiks Definitions: 1. A genus of protozoan flagellates parasitic in the large intestine of humans and other primates, and in many other mammals, birds, amphibia, and reptiles; it is ordinarily nonpathogenic, but one species, Chilomastix mesnili, may be an occasional cause of diarrhea in child...
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Chilomastix

[n] - flagellates parasitic in intestines of vertebrates including humans
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