amebicidal


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a·me·bi·ci·dal

(ă-mē'bi-sī'dăl),
Destructive to amebae.
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a·me·bi·ci·dal

(ă-mē'bi-sī'dăl)
Destructive to amebae.
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amebicide

, amebacide (ă-mē′bĭ-sīd″) [ ameba + -cide]
An agent that kills amebas.
amebicidal, adjectiveamebacidal (-mē″bĭ-sīd′ăl)
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The medicinal and cosmetic applications of various galanga preparations include sun protection, skin whitening, anti-cancer, larvaecidal and amebicidal, insect repellent, vaso-relaxant and MAO-inhibition applications.
(2) The medicinal and cosmetic applications of various galanga preparations include sun protection, (3) skin whitening, (4) anti-cancer, (5) larvaecidal and amebicidal, (6) insect repellent, (7) vaso-relaxant.
Chu et al., Amebicidal activity of plant extracts from Southeast Asia on Acanthamoeba spp, Parasitol Res., 84, 746-52 (1998).