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tox·o·plas·ma

 (tŏk′sə-plăz′mə)
n.
Any of various parasitic protozoans of the genus Toxoplasma, including some that cause disease in birds and mammals.
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toxoplasma

(ˌtɒksəʊˈplæzmə)
n
(Microbiology) a microorganism of the genus Toxoplasma
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Toxoplasma

n. Toxoplasma, género de parásito protozoario.
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