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phytotoxic

 [fi´to-tok″sik]
1. pertaining to phytotoxin.
2. poisonous to plants.

phy·to·tox·ic

(fī'tō-tok'sik),
1. Poisonous to plant life.
2. Pertaining to a phytotoxin.

phytotoxic

/phy·to·tox·ic/ (fi´to-tok″sik)
1. pertaining to phytotoxin.
2. poisonous to plants.

phy·to·tox·ic

(fī'tō-tok'sik)
1. Poisonous to plant life.
2. Pertaining to a phytotoxin.

phytotoxic

1. pertaining to phytotoxin.
2. poisonous to plants.
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Metal phytotoxicity causes stress to the plant, resulting in a reduction in biomass and in some cases eventually death.
Further detailed studies with respect to identifying important chemical components responsible for phytotoxicity other than artemisinin are required.
The phytotoxicity of the spent carbide waste might have imposed some environmental stress on the plants thereby leading to the reduction in their numbers.
Small-scale industrial village in Benin City, Nigeria: Establishment, failure and phytotoxicity assessment of soils from the abandoned site.
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The results of this work indicate the presence of phytotoxicity promoted by the ethanol extract from aerial and underground parts of S.