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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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[USPRwire, Wed Aug 21 2019] Global Bactericides Market- Overview The pesticide industry has witnessed significant transformation in the past few years, in terms of methods used for crop protection.
[ClickPress, Tue Nov 13 2018] Bactericides market is witnessing greater applicability for bactericides in the market for its increasing benefits in the foliar feeding and soil treatment.
Proteome analysis has revealed that (i) the cytonemes contain bactericides of primary and secondary secretory granules, cytoplasmic proteins such as actin cytoskeleton and S100 proteins, and energy-metabolizing (presumably glycolytic) enzymes and (ii) the content of cytonemes does not depend on agent inducing their formation [20, 21].
Searching for bactericides that rely on physical methods rather than drugs that bacteria can evolve their way around, researchers noticed that the wings of the cicada have bactericidal nanoscale pillar structures.
The tide is turning against using chemical-based bactericides in foods, opening up opportunities for alternatives from natural sources.
Chemists at UC Riverside have discovered an inexpensive, clean and quick way to prepare amines, nitrogen-containing organic compounds derived from ammonia that have wide industrial applications such as solvents, additives, anti-foam agents, corrosion inhibitors, detergents, dyes and bactericides. Currently, industries produce amines in a costly two-step process that results in massive amounts of byproducts as waste.
When slipped into the bag, the protective power of this little pureed spinach square or wedge would come from a potent antimicrobial compound chosen from nature's bounty of botanical bactericides. The antimicrobial would be added in tiny amounts during the pureeing process to provide a safe, effective, natural defense against pathogens like E.
of Duisburg-Essen, Germany) reports on the toxicity and bioaccumulation of personal care products (inclusive of polycyclic musk fragrances, household bactericides, and organophoshpate flame-retardants and plasticizers) in the environment.
"Biodegradable" nappies, at about 40p each, are fitted one-pieces without bleach, perfume or bactericides. They rot away in two months in earthworm composters, but so far most families have found them impractical.
Ozone water intervention systems eliminate the use of harsh chemicals like chlorine, pesticides and bactericides. Ozonated water is also environmentally friendly since it disappears after 20-30 minutes of use.
When slipped into the bag, the protective power of this purred spinach wedge would come from a potent antimicrobial compound chosen from nature's bounty of botanical bactericides. The agent would be added in very small amounts during the purreing process to provide a safe, natural defense against pathogens like Escherichia coli O 157:H7, Salmonella, Listeria, and others.