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  • adj. That inhibits the growth and reproduction of fungi

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  • Scientific research has confirmed fungistatic effects of some of the plants used traditionally by farmers in Africa to protect stored grain against mould.

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  • Are you aiming toward more of an underlying disease treatment label, a fungicidal or fungistatic kind of label?

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  • Repetitive stopping at three order nizoral prescription online reviews maintains fungistatic sales above the average inhibitory minutes of most forms of candida; however, the soap between in vitro birth of loose strains to blood and strength or saquinavir of questions in weeks has recently licensed established.

    Wii-volution

  • Damage to the cambium of the eucalyptus often results in the formation of veins of kino, a secretion rich in an ample range of polyphenolic compounds with fungistatic activity (Hart and Hillis, 1972; Tippett, 1986).

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