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In·fu·so·ri·a

(in'fyū-sō'rē-ă),
Archaic term for Ciliophora.
[Mod. L. pertaining to or found in an infusion, fr. in-fundo, pp. in-fusus, to pour in]
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Infusoria

(ĭn-fū-sō′rē-ă)
The former name of a class of Protozoa, now called Ciliata.
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infusoria

any organisms found in INFUSIONS of organic material, such as Protozoa, Rotifers, etc. The term is sometimes restricted to the CILIATES.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
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Le reticulum endoplasmiques dans les myonemes de cilies peritrices et son role dans l'accumulation du calcium.
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