algaecide


Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

algaecide

(ˈældʒiːˌsaɪd)
n
a chemical substance for killing and preventing the growth of algae
References in periodicals archive ?
Fresh water flows will continue to be a major part of the project, as well as another trial of hydrogen peroxide as an algaecide following a test last season in a section of the lake near Adelaide Zoo.
Then repaint it with a decking stain which includes algaecide and UV protector.
There are also proprietary preparations which will help - Patio Magic is an anti-viral and antibacterial disinfectant, fungicide, algaecide and detergent.
It is a liquid broad-spectrum algaecide, fungicide and bactericide that works on contact and leaves behind no residue making it ideal for use in agricultural industries.
Polyphase[R] 963, a broad-spectrum fungicide + algaecide for solvent-based wood applications, is the focus of technical information released by Troy Corporation.
Unidentified 22 542 14 Suspected avian 0 0 0 schistosomes Suspected 8 54 1 chemical exposure ** Suspected 2 311 0 chloramines ** Suspected 0 0 0 algaecide (copper) Suspected 0 0 0 cyanobacterial toxin(s) ([section]) Suspected 2 91 13 norovirus Suspected P.
Roof-A-Cide[R] is an EPA approved algaecide / fungicide specifically designed and approved for use on roofs to prevent the unsightly roof stains that have become an eyesore across 80% of the US.
u-Diaminopimelate aminotransferase from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: a target for algaecide development.
Manage algae in water features Keep ponds and fountains free of algae by using a safe algaecide such as GreenClean Granular Algaecide (available from pondbiz.
They swear that even though the affected pools are carrying a residual of chlorine and have been treated with algaecide, algae remain in the water.