celozoic

celozoic

 [se″lo-zo´ik]
inhabiting the intestinal canal of the body; said of parasites.
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ce·lo·zo·ic

(sē'lō-zō'ik),
Inhabiting any of the cavities of the body; applied to certain parasitic protozoa, chiefly gregarines.
[G. koilos, hollow, + zoikos, pertaining to animals]
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