antiprotozoal

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antiprotozoal

 [an″te-, an″ti-pro-to-zo´al]
destroying protozoa or checking their growth or reproduction.
antiprotozoal agent.

antiprotozoal

/an·ti·pro·to·zo·al/ (-pro″tah-zo´'l) lethal to protozoa, or checking their growth or reproduction; also, an agent that so acts.

antiprotozoal

[an′te-, an′ti-pro-to-zo′al]
1 destroying protozoa or checking their growth or reproduction.
2 an antiprotozoal agent. An example is antimalarial agents.

antiprotozoal

1. destroying protozoa, or disrupting their growth or reproduction.
2. an agent with that effect.

antiprotozoal agent
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