karyophage

karyophage

 [kar´e-o-fāj″]
a protozoon that phagocytizes the nucleus of the cell it infects.

kar·y·o·phage

(kar'ē-ō-fāj'),
An intracellular parasite that feeds on the host nucleus.
[karyo- + G. phagō, to devour]

karyophage

/karyo·phage/ (kar´e-o-fāj″) a protozoan that phagocytizes the nucleus of the cell it infects.

karyophage

[ker′ē·ōfāj′]
Etymology: Gk, karyon + phagein, to eat
an intracellular protozoan parasite that destroys the nucleus of the cell it infects. karyophagic, karyophagous, adj.

kar·y·o·phage

(kar'ē-ō-fāj)
An intracellular parasite that feeds on the host nucleus.
[karyo- + G. phagō, to devour]

karyophage

a protozoon that phagocytizes the nucleus of the cell it infects.