Retortamonas

Retortamonas is a genus of flagellate protozoa that live in the intestines of various animals. Twenty-eight species have been described, mostly differentiated by the host spectrum of each species, since they are morphologically very similar. Some of the species may be synonymous, and an undescribed species of Retortamonas occurs in birds. ...
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Retortamonas

A genus of protozoan flagellates, one species of which, Retortamonas intestinalis, is found occasionally in the human intestine, although it is nonpathogenic and infrequently reported. ... Origin: L. Re-torqueo, to twist back, + G. Monas, single, a unit ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Retortamonas

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′tōr-tam′ō-nas Definitions: 1. A genus of protozoan flagellates, one species of which, Retortamonas intestinalis, is found occasionally in the human intestine, although it is nonpathogenic and infrequently reported.
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