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Protection of rattan against fungal staining and biodeterioration

C. Mohanan

Protection of rattan against fungal staining and biodeterioration

by C. Mohanan

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Published by Kerala Forest Research Institute in Thrissur, Kerala .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Rattan palms -- Protection -- India,
    • Fungal diseases of plants -- India.,
    • Biodegradation.

    • About the Edition

      In the Indian context.

      Edition Notes

      StatementC. Mohanan.
      SeriesKFRI handbook ;, no. 13
      ContributionsKerala Forest Research Institute., India. Office of the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), United Nations Development Programme (India)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB317.R37+
      The Physical Object
      Pagination9 p. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3333737M
      ISBN 108185041385
      LC Control Number2004312854

        Microorganisms (bacteria, archaea and fungi), in addition to lichens and insect pests, cause problems in the conservation of cultural heritage because of their biodeteriorative potential. This holds true for all types of historic artefacts, and even for art made of modern materials, in public buildings, museums and private art by: Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives Efficacy, Environmental, and Health Issues Edited by Tor Schultz, Darrel Nicholas, Holger Militz, Michael H Freeman, and Barry Goodell. American Chemical Society. ACS Symposium Series. Wood products used in exterior applications must be protected against biodeterioration.

      The resistance of the treated wood against blue stain and wood decay fungi was determined in biotests 2 according to the European standards EN and EN with slight modifications. The EN is a classical test for blue staining, originally intended to determine the effectiveness of a preservative treatment against the timber defect Cited by:   Microorganisms (bacteria, archaea and fungi), in addition to lichens and insect pests, cause problems in the conservation of cultural heritage because of their biodeteriorative potential. This holds true for all types of historic artefacts, and even for art made of modern materials, in public buildings, museums and private art collections. The variety of biodeterioration phenomena observed on Cited by:

      In the past, conventional identi fi cation of fungi relied on the combination of morphological and physiological properties. In recent years, morphological studies, supplemented with staining techniques and biochemical methods, still play an. The heyday of rattan research was the decade of the s when the local investment climate and general optimism concerning the future of rattan led to the establishment of several large estates, estates established before rattan cultivation trials had matured and could provide recommendations.


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Protection of rattan against fungal staining and biodeterioration by C. Mohanan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Protection of Rattan against Fungal Staining and Biodeterioration Dr. n Size: Softbound; 18 x 24 cm Pages: 9 Year: Price: Rs/ $10 ISBN: ISBN 81. Biodeterioration of Wood Terry L.

Highley Chapter 13 Contents Fungus Damage and Control 13–1 Molds and Fungus Stains 13–2 Chemical Stains 13–3 Decay 13–3 Prevention of Mold, Stain, and Decay 13–6 Remedial Treatment of Internally Decayed Wood 13–8 Bacteria 13–8 Insect Damage and Control 13–8 Beetles 13–8 Termites 13– Biodeterioration of Wood.

Carol A. Clausen, Supervisory Research Microbiologist 14–1 Under proper conditions, wood will give centuries of ser- vice.

However, under conditions that permit the develop- ment of wood-degrading organisms, protection must be provided during processing, merchandising, and use. The organisms that can degrade wood are principally fungi, insects, bacteria, and marine by: Resistance of the treated wood with titania precursor solutions against brown-rot fungi was assessed by a decay test performed in accordance with the European standard EN with some modifications.

A different wood-specimen size was chosen to expose a larger cross-cut section (in relation to volume), allowing easier access of the fungal hyphae into the wood structure to accelerate potential wood Cited by: Fungi are cosmopolitan in distribution. The fungal deterioration of paper materials (books, manuscripts, journals and files), wood (household furniture, library and museum furniture), textiles.

Biodeterioration in the leather industry means aggressive activity of macro- and microorganisms on rawhides during processing, storage of leather and leather products, and their use.

Skin, as a biological material, creates an optimal environment for the development of various microorganisms. In high humidity conditions, natural fibres require protection against biodeterioration caused by fungi, especially mildew.

The methods of preventing fungi growth involve different approach to the problem, for example, can be based on chemical and genetic modification of natural fibres, and use of Author: Ryszard M.

Kozłowski, Judyta Walentowska. present a new double-staining method that uses cotton blue and safranin to identify fungal structures in plant tissues. With this staining method, the fungal hyphae stain blue and plant cell walls stain Size: 3MB.

Among the researches concerning monitoring, controlling and prevention of the fungal deterioration of textile artifacts in the museum we mention those of Lazaridis et al., [3] and Kareem. Introduction. Exterior wood coatings have a life expectancy of 5–10 years. The actual service life of a coating exposed to outdoor weathering depends on the specific properties of the coating – such as its ability to protect against moisture and to prevent photochemical surface degradation and microbiological degradation – as well as the wood species and the exposure conditions.Cited by: In the recent years, new methods have been proposed to control fungal biodeterioration (Allsopp et al., ; Sequeira et al., ).

Natural extracts proved over the years to be a valuable. Current Understanding of Brown-Rot Fungal Biodegradation Mechanisms: A Review. Valdeir high buffering capacity of the lignocellulose matrix supports maintenance of the naturally greater pH of the wood against any pH change The extent of cell wall staining increased with longer fungal incubation.

No staining occurred in sound unaltered. This book highlights the role fungi play in bioremediation, as well as the mechanisms and enzymes involved in this process. It covers the application of bioremediation with fungi in polluted sites and gives a wide overview of the main applications of remediation, such as degradation of xenobiotics, gaseous pollutants, and metal : Araceli Tomasini Campocosio, Hector Hugo Leon Santiesteban.

Biological Wood Protection against Decay, Microbial Staining, Fungal Moulding and Insect Pests January In book: Wood production, wood technology, and biotechnological impacts (pp). A range of natural wood additives were chosen for their anti-fungal activity as previously presented in the literature, in order to test their ability to protect against blue stain and mold fungi.

It was decided to heat the samples according to the following conditions as a result of an industrial application of wood modification, commercially Cited by: 5. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Challenges and constraints in rattan processing and utilization in Asia. Liese. Fungal invasion can occur within one day of cutting. Staining can be controlled by spraying or soaking in preservative solution, but prophylactic treatment is seldom applied within 24 hours as required because of difficulties posed by harvesting procedures.

demonstrate the inflammatory response to fungal invasion. To counteract this, a GMS-stained section can be counterstained with H&E for a simultaneous study of the fungus and the host response. The PAS stain performs almost as well as GMS, in screening for fungi. It actually demonstrates fungal morphology better than the silver stains.

Mohanan has written: 'Protection of rattan against fungal staining and biodeterioration' -- subject(s): Biodegradation, Fungal diseases of plants, Protection, Rattan palms.

The rattan sector is characterized by a variety of stakeholders with different needs and interests such as rattan cultivators, raw material collectors, manufacturers and traders. Hence there is an urgent need for awareness raising on the importance of the rattan sector to decision makers all levels and to examine and modify the national.

Knowledge of the organisms that colonize pPVC and their ecology is essential for the design of novel pPVC formulations and biocides that provide long-term protection against biodeterioration .Bamboos form the backbone of the rural economy of many Asian countries.

Although considered very hardly plants, bamboos do, from time to time, suffer from diseases. Bamboos are now increasingly being grown in plantations, and this necessitates increased vigilance against disease attacks, and preparedness for effective and rapid control if the attack occurs.The higher activities of these fungal hydrolytic enzymes represent the major threats of biodeterioration including deteriorating linen bandages as well as the mummy bodies.

Therefore, it is recommended to improve the preservation system of the mummies at the National Museum to minimize the contamination up to the lowest level and protect the Cited by: 4.