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fungitoxic

 [fun´jĭ-tok″sik]
exerting a toxic effect on fungi.
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fun·gi·tox·ic

(fŭn'ji-tok'sik),
Poisonous or in any way deleterious to the growth of fungi.
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fungitoxic

adjective Referring to or having the ability to kill or destroy fungi.
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fun·gi·tox·ic

(fŭn'ji-tok'sik)
Poisonous or in any way deleterious to the growth of fungi.
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