coprozoa

coprozoa 1. Protozoa that can be cultivated in fecal matter, but do not necessarily live in feces within the intestine. 2. Protozoa which are found in fecal matter outside the body, but which do not inhabit the intestine. Related 'animal' units: anima-; faun-; therio-.
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coprozoa

Protozoa that can be cultivated in faecal matter, although not necessarily living in faeces within the intestine. ... Origin: copro-+ G. Zoon, animal ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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coprozoa

Type: Term Pronunciation: kop′rō-zō′ă Definitions: 1. Protozoa that can be cultivated in fecal matter, although not necessarily living in feces within the intestine.
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