Microparasite

A microparasite is a parasite that completes a full life cycle within one host and can be transmitted directly to conspecific hosts. They often reproduce within a host`s cells and are generally too small to be seen with the naked eye. Most are viruses, bacteria and fungi with a smaller number being protists. Examples include Salmonella and HIV. .....
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Microparasite

• (n.) A parasitic microorganism.
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Microparasite

Mi`cro·par'a·site noun A parasitic microörganism. -- Mi`cro*par`a*sit'ic adjective
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microparasite

A parasitic microorganism. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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microparasite

microparasite A microorganism that lives as a parasite on other organisms and which is too small to be seen with the 'naked' eye.
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microparasite

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī′krō-par′ă-sīt Definitions: 1. A parasitic microorganism.
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