Mucron

Apical anchoring device on an acephaline gregarine protozoan.
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Mucron

A mucron is an attachment organelle found in aseptate eugregarines - an order of epicellular parasitic protozoa. The mucron is located at the anterior end of the cell and comprises a ring of lobes and a ring of granular material. It is used to attach and to feed from the host`s cell. The mucron is derived from the apical complex which is found in....
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mucron

Attachment organelle of aseptate gregarines, similar to an epimerite; the latter is set off from the rest of the gregarine body by a septum. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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mucron

Type: Term Pronunciation: myū′kron Definitions: 1. Attachment organelle of aseptate gregarines, similar to an epimerite; the latter is set off from the rest of the gregarine body by a septum.
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