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  • adj. That inhibits the growth of fungi; antifungal
  • n. An antimycotic agent.

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  • Destructive to microscopic vegetable organisms, or preventing their development, as carbolic acid.

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  • n. any agent that destroys or prevents the growth of fungi


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