metazoonosis

met·a·zo·o·no·sis

(met'ă-zō'ō-nō'sis),
A zoonosis that requires both a vertebrate and an invertebrate host for completion of its life cycle; for example, the arbovirus infections of humans and other vertebrates.
[meta- + G. zōon, animal, + nosos, disease]

met·a·zo·o·no·sis

(met'ă-zō-ŏ-nō'sis)
A nonhuman disease that requires both a vertebrate and an invertebrate host to complete the life cycle of the causative organism.
[meta- + G. zōon, animal, + nosos, disease]

metazoonosis

a zoonosis transmitted to vertebrate hosts by invertebrates. It depends on the invertebrate vectors or other intermediate hosts to complete the life cycle. Rift Valley fever, babesiosis and fascioliasis are examples.
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