sporogonic


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spo·rog·o·ny

 (spə-rŏg′ə-nē, spô-, spō-)
n.
Reproduction by multiple fission of a spore or zygote, characteristic of many apicomplexan parasites. Sporogony results in the production of sporozoites.

spo′ro·gon′ic (spôr′ə-gŏn′ĭk) adj.

sporogonic

(ˌspɔːrəˈɡɒnɪk; ˌspɒ-)
adj
involving or relating to sporogony
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