heterecism

het·er·e·cism

(het'ĕr-ē'sizm),
The occurrence, in a parasite, of two cycles of development passed in two different hosts.
Synonym(s): metoxeny (1)
[heter- + G. oikion, home]

het·er·e·cism

(het'ĕr-ē-sizm)
The occurrence, in a parasite, of two cycles of development passed in two different hosts.
[heter- + G. oikion, home]

heterecism

(hĕt″ĕr-ē′sĭzm)
The state of being heterecious; the development of different cycles of existence in different hosts, said of certain parasites.
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