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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In current research work, methanolic extracts also displayed substantial fungitoxic activity.
Fungitoxic activity of essential oil components on food storage fungi.
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This paper reports the fungitoxic activity of four locally available plant species against Fusarium oxysporum Schl.
Though not yet proven to interact with the plasma membrane, novel fatty acids derived from marine sponges have been found to be fungitoxic, either by plasma membrane disruption that eventually disintegrates the cell (27) or by inhibiting fatty acids biosynthesis (28).
The extract showed broad fungitoxic spectrum when tested against 13 ringworm fungi (Singh 1989).
Holothurians are known to contain triterpene glycosides, which show fungitoxic, hemotoxic, and cytotoxic activities (Stonik and Elyakov, 1988).
Manici LM, Lazzeri L, Palmieri S (1997) In vitro fungitoxic activity of some glucosinolates and their enzyme-derived products toward plant pathenogenic fungi.
Similarly, TAGAMI et al (2009) revealed that the raw extract of lemon balm exhibited a fungitoxic effect on the mycelial growth of fungus Alternaria alternata and C.
In the present investigation, eight plant extracts were evaluated under in vitro condition against Fusarium oxysporum to know the fungitoxic nature.
The data was recorded after three days and six days interval to check the fungitoxic effect of fungicides with time interval.