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greg•a•rine



Pronunciation: (greg'u-rīn", -ur-in), [key]
n.
a type of sporozoan parasite that inhabits the digestive and other cavities of various invertebrates and produces cysts filled with spores.

adj.
having the characteristics of or pertaining to a gregarine or gregarines.

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