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fungistatically

(ˌfʌndʒɪˈstætɪkəlɪ)
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(Biology) in a fungistatic manner
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2014) proposed that eucalyptus leaves either fresh or as distilled eucalyptus oils have potential biological activities such as bacteriostatic, fungistatic, anti-inflommatory, modifying ruminal fermentation characteristics, anti-protozoal and methane mitigration.
Instead, it uses multifunctional agents that have excellent efficacy as biostatic and fungistatic agents.
It is effective against Candida species and is both fungistatic and fungicidal, depending on the concentration.
Zinc pyrithione is an EPA-registered antimicrobial active ingredient that is both a fungistatic and bacteriostatic substance.
Regarding antifungal activity, bee venom showed fungistatic activity with MIC values ranging from 60 to >500 [micro]g/ml, while melittin exhibited a moderate fungicidal activity with MFC values ranging from 60 to 300 [micro]g/ml and Candida krusei was the most sensitive yeast with regard to bee venom and melittin with MIC values of 60 [micro]g/ml and 30 [micro]g/ml, respectively (Table 3).
boninense was not successful to be re-isolated on fresh PDA suggesting this combination has fungicidal effect instead of fungistatic.
7) It is considered to be fungistatic at low concentrations and fungicidal at higher concentrations.
Fungal keratitis is often highly invasive and antifungal agents tend to be fungistatic inhibiting growth of the organism--which can lead to a prolonged treatment and often surgical intervention.
Fungistatic activity of aqueous and organic solvent extracts of three rice varieties against phytophathogenic fungi.
Chitosans are well known for their hemostatic [18], fungistatic [18,24], antibacterial[18,22,25-31], antitumor [18], anticholesteremic [18], and immunoadjuvant [18] characteristics.
Polyenes cause serious host toxicity (18), whereas azoles are fungistatic and their prolonged use contributes to the development of drug resistance in Candida albicans and other species (19).
Naftifine hydrochloride (naftifine) is a topical antifungal of the allylamine class, displaying fungicidal and fungistatic activity.