ectomerogony

ec·to·me·rog·o·ny

(ek'tō-mĕ-rog'ŏ-nē),
The production of merozoites in the asexual reproduction of sporozoan parasites at the surface of schizonts and of blastophores, or by infolding into the schizont, as contrasted with endomerogony; ectomerogony has been observed in various species of Eimeria.
[ecto- + G. meros, part, + gonē, generation]
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