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algicide

 [al´jĭ-sīd]
1. destructive to algae.
2. an agent that destroys algae.

al·gi·cide

(al'ji-sīd),
An agent active against algae.
[algae, + L. caedo, to kill]

algicide

Any material used to kill algae:
• Chemical algicides—Copper sulphate, Polyquat;
• Natural algicide—Barley straw has been touted as a natural algicide; it’s efficacy is uncertain.
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Commonly, the antagonistic activity (antibacterial, antifungal, antibiofilm, and algicidal) of both types of CuO-NPs manifested a marked dose-dependent manner.
Yin et al., "Isolation and algicidal effect of a lytic Microcystis bacterium from Taihu Lake," Journal of Southeast University, vol.
To the best of our knowledge, there are many studies investigating marine algicidal bacteria against toxic dinoflagellates in Malaysia water, but this is the first study on Loktanella sp.
We studied the algicidal effect of the bio active metabolites of the bacteria on Oscillatoria, which is common in prawn ponds.
Wang, "Algicidal activity of Salvia miltiorrhiza bung on microcystis aeruginosatowards identification of algicidal substance and determination of inhibition mechanism," Chemosphere, vol.
Some iridoids and triterpenoids obtained from this plant are reported to have algicidal (Coppen and Cobb, 1983; Coppen, 1983), antibacterial (Sandujza et al.
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Polyphenols with algicidal activity in the submerged macrophyte Myriophyllum spicatum L.
The algicidal effect of NPs was studied by adding 150 and 300 [micro]g/ml compared to exact concentrations of antibiotic on C.
Polyhalo-substituted 1,3- butadienes possess a broad spectrum of useful properties: they are employed as monomers for the preparation of valuable polymers and copolymers resistant to heat, light and chemical corrosion, and exhibit algicidal, bactericidal and fungicidal activities [1].
Recent reports demonstrate that many bacterial strains may have a significant algicidal effect on many species of microalgae (26).