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A substance used to kill or inhibit the growth of algae.

al′gi·cid′al (-sīd′l) adj.


(Biology) any substance that kills algae


(ˈæl dʒəˌsaɪd)

a substance or preparation for killing algae.
al`gi•cid′al, adj.


[ˈældʒɪsaɪd] Nalgicida m
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Sources of Cu include algicides, petroleum refining, pyrotechnics, wood preservatives, wires and electroplating [22].
4]) is one of the most widely used algicides for phytoplankton control in fish ponds, reservoirs and lakes, due to leaching and runoff water from treated areas, it contaminates aquatic habitats (Gioda et al.
MPP recently started using a new formulation method for algicides in the paint segment.
was carrying large, heavy totes of cupric sulfate, a corrosive liquid that is used in copper-plating, wet-cell batteries, insecticides, fungicides and algicides, said Edmund Coletta, spokesman for the state Department of Environmental Protection.
This means that the catfish must be free of antibiotics, synthetic algicides, and land-animal byproducts in feed.
With waxes to waterproof, algicides to stop the growth of green algae and UV filters to prevent colour fade, this is the ultimate treatment for fences.
Number of different algicides, herbicides, pesticides, and
Because PCP is inexpensive and has potent biocidal effects against a broad spectrum of species, PCP and its salts have been used as algicides, bactericides, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, and molluscides (2).
We're also looking at other algicides," notes Anderson.
There are numerous products on the market including algicides, magnets around the water pipes, electronic devices transmitting varying frequencies which prevent algae multiplying, ultra-violet lamps which attach to pumps or filters and pads or bags of barley straw.
Antibiotics, fungicides, parasiticides, algicides and pesticides are used to control diseases inside the crowded shrimp ponds.