endodyogeny

en·do·dy·og·e·ny

(en'dō-dī-oj'ĕ-nē),
A process of asexual development seen among certain coccidia, such as Toxoplasma and Frenkelia, in which no separate nuclear division occurs, as in schizogony; the two daughters develop internally within the parent, without nuclear conjugation.
[endo- + G. dys, two, + genesis, creation]

endodyogeny

asexual multiplication in protozoa in which two daughter cells are formed within the parent cell. Occurs for example in Toxoplasma and Sarcocystis spp.