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Determining the effectiveness of wood preservatives against wood-destroying basidiomycetes by measuring their oxygen consumption with a 'consumeter'. Further experiments


Determining the effectiveness of wood preservatives against wood-destroying basidiomycetes by measuring their oxygen consumption with a 'consumeter'. Further experiments



Material und Organismen 10(1): 43-56



ISSN/ISBN: 0025-5270

Describes a study with 2 woods (Pine sapwood and Beech), 6 preservatives, and 7 basidiomycetes, to determine whether the method could be used to determine threshold values.

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