Toxoplasma(redirected from Toxoplasma hammondi)
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a genus of sporozoans that are parasites of humans, other mammals, and some birds; it includes one species, T. gon´dii, that can be transmitted from an infected mother to an infant in utero or at birth. See also toxoplasmosis.
Any of various parasitic protozoans of the genus Toxoplasma, including some that cause disease in birds and mammals.