fungistat


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fun·gi·stat

 (fŭn′jĭ-stăt′, fŭng′gĭ-)
n.
A substance that inhibits the growth of fungi.
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fungistat

(ˈfʌndʒɪˌstæt)
n
(Chemistry) a substance that inhibits the growth of fungi
ˌfungiˈstatic adj
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