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Biofilms, Bioadhesion, Corrosion, and Biofouling

Edited By: Milton Fingerman, Rachakonda Nagabhushanam and Mary-Frances Thompson
320 pages
Biofilms, Bioadhesion, Corrosion, and Biofouling
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  • Biofilms, Bioadhesion, Corrosion, and Biofouling ISBN: 9781578080137 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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About this book

Provides information that should lead to better ways to reduce fouling and corrosion within the marine environment.

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The influence of marine microbes on biofouling; factors influencing the settlement of macrofoulers; induction of larval settlement and metamorphosis by neuroactive compounds in marine invertebrates; role of secondary metabolites from algae and seagrasses in biofouling control' fouling and natural products as antifoulants; endocrine mechanisms in branches and potential use of neuroregulators in developing antifouling technologies; potential antifouling natural products from ascidians; antifouling properties of the dogfish egg-case and their possible application in developing non-toxic alternatives to antifouling paints; status and potential of natural product antifoulings; corrosion inhibition of zinc pigments inaqueous media; the antifouling potential of silicone elastomer polymers; the status and future of biocides in marine biofouling prevention; possible pesticides targets - neuromuscular and reproductive pharmacology of zebra mussels.

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Edited By: Milton Fingerman, Rachakonda Nagabhushanam and Mary-Frances Thompson
320 pages
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