In vitro effects of fungicides on Haliphthoros philippinensis
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Pure cultures of the fungus Haliphthoros philippinensis isolated from infected Penaeus monodon larvae were exposed for 24 h to varying concentrations of the antifungal agents Benlate, calcium hypochlorite, clotrimazole, copper sulphate, Daconil, formalin, Fungitox, Furanace, griseofulvin, hydrogen peroxide, malachite green, Mysteclin C, phenol, potassium permanganate, Resiguard, Tide, tolnaftate and Treflan. The efficiency of each compound in inhibiting sporulation and mycelial growth of the fungus was measured. The results establish mycostatic and mycocidal levels for each fungicide.
SEAFDEC Contribution No. 94.
Suggested CitationLio-Po, G. D., Baticados, M. C. L., Lavilla, C. R., & Sanvictores, M. E. G. (1985). In vitro effects of fungicides on Haliphthoros philippinensis.
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