Series: Records of the Zoological Survey of India Occasional Papers Volume: 356
By: SK Pati (Author), MV Rao (Author), M Balaji (Author)
44 pages, 4 colour plates, tables
Wood is subjected to marine deterioration mainly due to macroscopic fouling and boring organisms, though many microscopic forms also contribute in hastening material deterioration. These macro- and microscopic organisms involved in deterioration processes are known as wood deteriogens. This book reports the results of a study identifying macrodeteriogens of wood at Visakhapatnam Harbour, East Coast of India.
2. Material and methods
8. Plates I-IV
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