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fungicide

 [fun´jĭ-sīd]
an agent that destroys fungi. adj., adj fungici´dal.

fun·gi·cide

(fŭn'ji-sīd),
Any substance that has a destructive killing action on fungi.
Synonym(s): mycocide

fungicide

/fun·gi·cide/ (fun´jĭ-sīd) an agent that destroys fungi.fungici´dal

fungicide

[fun′jisīd]
a drug that kills fungi. See also antifungal, def. 2. fungicidal, adj.

fungicide

An agent that is toxic to or destroys fungi.

fun·gi·cide

(fŭn'ji-sīd)
Any substance that has a killing action on fungi.

fungicide

any substance such as captan or benomyl that kills FUNGI. When used to protect higher plants, fungicides are applied either directly to the affected parts (contact application) or to the soil from where they are absorbed by the roots and transferred throughout the plant (systemic application).

fungicide

agent that kills fungi

fungicide (funˑ·ji·sīdˈ),

n a substance that kills fungi, used to treat fungal infections.

fun·gi·cide

(fŭn'ji-sīd)
Any substance that has a destructive killing action on fungi.

fungicide

an agent that destroys fungi.
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The experiment was conducted as previously mentioned under the in vivo effect of fungicide and the bacterial bio-agents were prepared as mentioned under the in vitro test of bacterial biocontrol agents.
After electrophoresis, separate gels were pre-incubated and stained with each compound of the fungicide; the fungicide compound was also added to the staining solutions.
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The same medium without the mixture of fungicide and juice served as a control.
The surface color changes from the effect of type and content of fungicide as well as type of wood were studied based on the total color difference ([DELTA][E.
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But in trees that did receive fungicide, disease was reduced only up to a height of 40 feet; above that, there appeared to be no effect of fungicide on disease severity, compared to the nontreated trees.