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Biodeterioration of timber and its prevention in Indian coastal waters

M. V. Rao

Biodeterioration of timber and its prevention in Indian coastal waters

third progress report, 1982-2005

by M. V. Rao

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Published by Institute of Wood Science and Technology, Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education in Bangalore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-198).

StatementM.V. Rao ... [et al.].
ContributionsInstitute of Wood Science & Technology (Bangalore, India)
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 198 p. :
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24540415M
LC Control Number2010318274

Biodeterioration in timber usually occur when the RH value is greater than 95%, temperature between o. C to 50C [16]; and. a. w. ranging between – [9]. Advances in Information Science and Computer Engineering ISBN: A combination of the favourable conditions. (). Biodeterioration of timber and its prevention in Indian coastal waters. Third Progress Report: (). Biogenetic modifications of marine sediments and their influence on archaeological : Paola Palma and L.N. Santhakumaran.

1. Introduction. Wood is used for marine construction because it is readily available, easily fabricated and has low production energy costs (Eaton, ; Cragg et al., ).In addition, the mechanical properties of wood make it suitable for marine construction, with naturally durable, dense hardwoods used where physical degradation is a risk, while preservative treated softwoods are chosen Cited by: 9. Handbook of Material Biodegradation, Biodeterioration, and Biostabilization, Second Edition gives extensive information on the microorganisms involved in the biodegradation of materials, along with the biocides which are permitted for use according to the most up-to-date worldwide legislation.. Mechanisms of biodegradation and biodeterioration, results of biodeterioration, and methods of Format: Hardcover.

This book provides an introduction to biodeterioration - the attack on man-made materials by living organisms. The authors outline the principles involved, as well as the ways in which such damage can be controlled and prevented. A wide range of organisms are covered (including bacteria, fungi, algae, lichens, insects and other invertebrates Cited by: Invertebrate biodeterioration of marine timbers above mean sea level along the coastlines of England and Wales Article in International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 47(3) December.


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