fungicidal


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fun·gi·ci·dal

(fŭn'ji-sī'dăl),
Having a killing action on fungi.
[fungus + L. caedo, to kill]

fungicidal

adjective Referring to that which is toxic to or destroys fungi.
 
noun An agent that is toxic to or destroys fungi; fungicide.

fun·gi·ci·dal

(fŭn-ji-sī'dăl)
Having a killing action on fungi.
[fungus + L. caedo, to kill]

fungicidal

Capable of killing fungi. The term is used both for drugs that can do this without, at the same time, damaging the infected person, and for agencies that can destroy fungi and their spores outside the body.
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In addition, efinaconazole has been shown to have low keratin affinity; Sugiura and colleagues (5) suggested that this property enhances efinaconazole's nail penetration and contributes to its fungicidal activity.
And overall, although it seems impossible to extract an obvious structure activity relationship from the data shown in Table-1, these results also demonstrated that the introduction of fluorine or bromine substituted benzene rings will improve their fungicidal activities.
Postharvest fungicidal treatments gave significantly better disease control as compared to preharvest applications.
To our knowledge, no detailed study of the fungicidal activity of these compounds have been reported in the literature.
Wear the gloves and goggles when doing this and when using the fungicidal wash.
1%) of streptomycin was added to the 1 litre of the sterilized media just, before pouring into Petri-dishes, to prevent the growth of bacteria and allowed to cool and solidify, The fungicidal properties of each plant extract were tested on the mycelia growth of the isolated fungus by growing it on the PDA medium containing 1 ml of 20% 40%, 60% and 80% of each plant extract separately spread on the surface of the solidified PDA Petri-dishes.
The Tunisian research work, carried out by the National Agronomic Research Institute, focuses on the new agricultural production techniques (seeds, fight against fungicidal diseases, etc.
tabacum) that have been found to posses fungicidal properties in vitro (Taiga, et al, 2008) were tested for efficacy in vivo.
Phenolic disinfectants provide bactericidal, fungicidal, and tuberculocidal properties.
France) has patented fungicidal compositions comprising: a) at least one pyridylmethylbenzamide derivative of formula (I), in which the various radicals are as defined in the description, and b) at least one compound (II) chosen from dithiocarbamates, preferably fungicidal dithiocarbamates, and, still more preferably from the following active agents: ferbam, mancopper, mancozeb, maneb, metiram, nabam, nickel bis(dimethyldithio-carbamate), propineb, zineb and mixtures thereof; and their agriculturally acceptable isomers and addition salts with an acid.
MYCAMINE inhibits an enzyme essential for fungal cell-wall synthesis and is fungicidal (lethal) for Candida.
Tierney's group showed that at exposures of about 10 ppb, the fungicidal wood-preservative known as IPB turned off olfaction in coho salmon.