fungitoxicity

fun·gi·tox·ic·i·ty

(fŭn'ji-tok-sis'i-tē),
The property of being fungitoxic.

fungitoxicity

The ability to destroy or prevent the growth of fungi.
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Yadav, Synthesis and fungitoxicity of new peptidyl 1,3,4-oxadiazolo[3,2-a]pyrimidin-5-ones, J.
Fungitoxicity of methyl iodide, sulfuryl fluoride, and methyl bromide to Ceratocystis fagacearum in red oak, maple, poplar, birch and pine wood.
Shanks, "Fungitoxicity of 1,4 naphthoquinones to Candida albicans and Trichophyton mentagrophytes," Canadian Journal of Microbiology, vol.
Atong, "In vitro antimicrobial activity and fungitoxicity of syringic acid, caffeic acid and 4-hydroxybenzoic acid in ganoderma boninense," Journal of Agricultural Science, vol.
Fungitoxicity of Lippia scaberrima essential oil and selected terpenoid components on two mango postharvest spoilage pathogens.
Polissiou, "GC-MS analysis of essential oils from some Greek aromatic plants and their fungitoxicity on Penicillium digitatum," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
A variation on fungitoxicity of the concerned plant extracts against phytopathogenic fungi may be due to considerable variations in their constituents and variation in fungal species itself (Manoranjitham et al., 2001; Narayana Bhat and Shukla, 2001).
Leal and coworkers reported the potent fungitoxicity of n-nonyl gallate against yeasts, dermatophytes, and hialohyphomycetes [20].
Fungitoxicity of chemical components and some derivatives from Anethum sowa and Acorus calamus.
Ganorkar, "Potential fungitoxicity of some transition-metal chelates derived from dehydroacetic acid on Rhizoctonia-Solani," National Academy Science Letters, vol.