A compound that kills fungi, or inhibits its growth. Fungi is a group of simple organisms that are related to mold and yeast. For medicinal purposes, antifungal remedies are used to treat infections caused by fungus such as athlete’s foot and ringworm. Herbal fungicides are prepared for household and garden use.

References

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