noun, plural coc·cid·i·a [kok-sid-ee-uh] /kɒkˈsɪd i ə/. Microbiology.
Origin of coccidium
Examples from the Web for coccidium
Historical Examples of coccidium
The spores are generally situated in distinct hollow conceptacles (favellæ, ceramidium, coccidium).Sea-Weeds, Shells and Fossils
Infection by Coccidium oviforme is very common, without however presenting any symptoms by which the infection may be recognised.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique
John William Henry Eyre
In one case (Coccidium mitrarium), the oocyst itself, instead of being spherical, is curiously shaped like a mitre.