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The Leather of Stingray (Dasyatididae): A Morphological and Technological Aspect [Russian]

By: AB Kiladze(Author), Olga Fedorovna Chernova(Author)
60 pages, 29 illustrations, 5 tables
The Leather of Stingray (Dasyatididae): A Morphological and Technological Aspect [Russian]
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Language: Russian

The book is an original morphological and technological research of stingray’s leather (Dasyatididae), considered in the context of deep processing of fishery products. A brief biological characteristic of rays, as well as an assessment of their fishing catch. Morphological data are of interest to solve the fundamental problems of biology, including the adaptation of the skin to environmental conditions. There are original data on the histological structure of the collagen stroma of leather and its dentin scales. The history of the development of this material, summary information, material science, facing commodity-technological, aesthetic qualities, as well as the reliability indicators of stingray leather are given. For zoologists, histology, ichthyologists, goods and industrialists.

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By: AB Kiladze(Author), Olga Fedorovna Chernova(Author)
60 pages, 29 illustrations, 5 tables
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