histozoic

his·to·zo·ic

(his'tō-zō'ik),
Living in the tissues outside of a cell body; denoting certain parasitic protozoa.
[histo- + G. zōikos, relating to an animal]
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histozoic

(hĭs″tō-zō′ĭk) [″ + zoe, life]
Living within or on tissues, said of certain protozoan parasites.
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Species of the genus Myxidium are predominantly coelozoic (rarely histozoic) infecting the gall bladder, the urinary bladder and the urinary tubules of the kidneys [2,12,13].
Species of the genus Myxidium are generally coelozoic and rarely histozoic in fish host.