carboxamide

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car·box·am·ide

(kar-boks'am-īd),
A molecular configuration (-CONH2) that, together with the related carboximides (iminocarbonyls) (-CONH-), is a constituent of many hypnotics, including barbiturates, hydantoins, and thiazines.
Synonym(s): aminocarbonyl
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The physiological basis of resistance to the carboximide fungicide iprodione to Botrytis cinerea.
Fungicides in the dithiocarbamate, benzimidazole, triazole, pyrimidine, carboximide, dicarboximide, nitrile, and various aromatic chemical groups have been labeled for control of Rhizoctonia blight, while only fungicides in the nitrile group have been registered for control of gray leaf spot (Couch, 1995).