the protrusion or formation of flagelliform microgametes from a microgametocyte in malarial parasites and some related sporozoa.
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The extrusion of rapidly waving flagellumlike microgametes from microgametocytes; in the case of human malaria parasites, this occurs in the blood meal taken by the proper anopheline vector within a few minutes after ingestion of the infected blood by the mosquito.
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