fungitoxic


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fungitoxic

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

fun·gi·tox·ic

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

fungitoxic

/fun·gi·tox·ic/ (-tok″sik) exerting a toxic effect upon fungi.

fungitoxic

adjective Referring to or having the ability to kill or destroy fungi.

fun·gi·tox·ic

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

fungitoxic

exerting a toxic effect upon fungi.
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Fungitoxic activity of essential oil components on food storage fungi.
Vinca rosea has been documented to posse's fungitoxic characteristics and has been able to control (in-vivo) a number of fungi.
Little however is documented about its fungitoxic properties against plant pathogens [27].
A fungitoxic principle from the leaves of Lawsonia inermis Lam.
aqueous and methanolic extracts of the plant (Ghosh, et al, 2008), as well as ethanolic extracts (Aqil, 2007); reported anti-mycotic activity (Henna, ); anti-microbial activity reported for fresh and dry leaves and seeds (Habbal, et al, 2005); fungitoxic activity of bark extract against 13 ring worm fungi (Singh, 1989); an anti-fungal agent, 2-hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone isolated from leaves of the plant, which exhibited wide fungitoxic spectrum (Tripathi, et al, 1978).
Fungitoxic activity of neem and pawpaw leaves extracts on Alternaria solani, casual organism of yam rots.
Scytalidin: A new fungitoxic metabolite produced by Scytalidium sp.
1983) and diffusion to fungitoxic levels can take several years in some wood species (Freitag et al.
Within this context is there is the use of medicinal plants, which are natural sources of antimicrobial substances such as essential oils and whose fungitoxic potentials have referred to in several studies [9].
Fungitoxic activity of 12 essential oils against four postharvest citrus pathogens: chemical analysis of Thymus capitatus oil and its effect in subatmospheric pressure conditions.