Glossina

(glŏ-si´nә) the tsetse flies, a genus of biting flies that serve as vectors of trypanosomes, causing trypanosomiasis in humans and other animals.
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Glossina

A genus of bloodsucking Diptera (tsetse flies) confined to Africa; they serve as vectors of the pathogenic trypanosomes that cause various forms of African sleeping sickness in humans and in domestic and wild animals. ... Origin: G. Glossa, tongue ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Glossina

Type: Term Pronunciation: glo-sī′nă Definitions: 1. A genus of bloodsucking Diptera (tsetse flies) confined to Africa; they serve as vectors of the pathogenic trypanosomes that cause various forms of African sleeping sickness in humans and in domestic and wild animals.
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