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Macrodeteriogens of Wood at Visakhapatnam Harbour, East Coast of India

By: SK Pati(Author), MV Rao(Author), M Balaji(Author)
44 pages, 4 colour plates, tables
Macrodeteriogens of Wood at Visakhapatnam Harbour, East Coast of India
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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.

 

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Material and methods
3. Result
4. Discussion
5. Summary
6. Acknowledgements
7. References
8. Plates I-IV

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By: SK Pati(Author), MV Rao(Author), M Balaji(Author)
44 pages, 4 colour plates, tables
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