Effects of twenty-five compounds on four species of aquatic fungi (Saprolegniales) pathogenic to fish

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Abstract

Four species of aquatic fungi (Achlya flagellata, A. racemosa, Saprolegnia hypogyna, and S. megasperma) were exposed to 25 chemicals representing seven classes of compounds for 15 and 60 min, in an effort to identify potential fungicidal agents for use in fish culture. The antifungal activity of each chemical was compared with that of malachite green, a reference compound with known fungicidal properties but not registered for fishery use. Six compounds which inhibited fungal growth on artificial media at concentrations of < 100 mg/l (listed in order of decreasing antifungal activity) were the cationics Du-terA? and copper oxychloride sulfate, the amine LesanA?, the amide BAS-389-O1F and the cationics CuprimyxinA? and RoccalA? II. Certain chemicals from these classes of compounds may have promise as aquatic fungicides.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Effects of twenty-five compounds on four species of aquatic fungi (Saprolegniales) pathogenic to fish
Series title Aquaculture
Volume 38
Issue 2
Year Published 1984
Language English
Contributing office(s) Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center
Description pp. 97-104
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Aquaculture
First page 97
Last page 104
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