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fungistatically

(ˌfʌndʒɪˈstætɪkəlɪ)
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(Biology) in a fungistatic manner
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The exchange of Petri dish lids occurred in order to evaluate the existence of fungistatic activity of the oils on spore germination, with 24 and 48 h of incubation.
By the type of action, the fungal cells are distinguished fungicidal and fungistatic agents.
Autoclaved soils that are re-infested with actinomycetes have been shown to contain volatile fungistatic substances inhibit the germination of spores of Trichoderma viride Pers.
Itraconazole and clotrimazole belong to azole group and both are fungistatic.
Dependence of fungistatic activity of 2,4-dihydroxythiobenzanilides on the structure and lipophilic nature of the compounds.
Environmental Protection Agency-registered, the No-VOC antimicrobials are colorless, odorless, positively charged polymers that impart bacteriostatic, fungistatic, and algistatic properties to formulated coatings.
Human and rat macrophages mediate fungistatic activity against Rhizopus species differently: In vitro and ex vivo studies.
If the disease establishes itself when there is a failure in these, it will be necessary to use fungicidal or fungistatic products that act against the pathogen, preventing damage to the host (FARNESI, 2007).
while fungistatic and devoid of PAFE against Aspergillus fumigatus.
18) The reason for rarity of tinea capitis in adults is thought to be due to increase in fungicidal and fungistatic fatty acids in sebum, protection afforded by the scalp colonisation by Pityrosporum orbiculare and other unidentified immunological mechanism.
Microbial assay of emulsion Ditch plate technique could be used for evaluation of bacteriostatic or fungistatic activity of an antimicrobial agent.