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Effect of some agrochemicals on the growth and sporulation of Microsporum spp

Effect of some agrochemicals on the growth and sporulation of Microsporum spp

Journal of Living World 1(2): 98-105

The effects of 8 fertilizers and fungicides (di-ammonium phosphate, steramill, urea, zinc sulfate, Brassical, Captan, Dithane and Thiram), incorporated in Sabouraud's dextrose agar, on the growth and sporulation of M. fulvum and M. gypseum were investigated. M. fulvum was most sensitive to captan.

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