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The adhesive strategies of cyprids and development of barnacle-resistant marine coatings



The adhesive strategies of cyprids and development of barnacle-resistant marine coatings



Biofouling 24(5): 351-363



Over the last decade, approaches to the development of surfaces that perturb settlement and/or adhesion by barnacles have diversified substantially. Although, previously, coatings research focussed almost exclusively on biocidal technologies and low modulus, low surface-free-energy 'fouling-release' materials, novel strategies to control surface colonisation are now receiving significant attention.

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Accession: 023814540

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PMID: 18597201

DOI: 10.1080/08927010802256117


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