Wood Science for Conservation of Cultural Heritage; by L. Uzielli (Redattore)

Wood Science for Conservation of Cultural Heritage; by L. Uzielli (Redattore)

By L. Uzielli (Redattore)

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In this way it is possible to vary the specificity fungal detection, from a specific fungus to a broader range of fungi. Molecular methods based on PCR can detect small amounts of fungal DNA in sample tissue, this enables them to detect fungi at an early stage of colonization [9,10]. They can also predict the severity and the evolution of wood decay, including that caused by indoor rot basidiomycetes. Accurate identification during the initial stages of fungal colonization can prevent damage to historically and culturally important material.

Values are approximately about 2 units lower, which indicates that acid hydrolysis could take place. 2. In this case alkali hydrolysis could take place. Wood has lower resistance to alkali hydrolysis than acid hydrolysis. The reason is that lignin is easily hydrolysed by alkalis. Results of the electron microscopy observation show that on the anatomical structure level some cells of the wood exhibited breakdown of the central lamella (cells separation), which is predominantly formed by lignin, while other cells exhibited breakdown of the cell walls, primarily composed of cellulose (cracks in the cell walls) – see fig.

2005b) Schweigkofler et al. (2005) Timber Rot Serpula lacrymans Serpula himantioides ITS 1 Speciesspecific primers Schmidt & Moreth (2000) Objects of artistic value Stain/wood degradation Alternaria spp. ITS Speciesspecific primers Konstantinova et al. (2002) Penicillium spp. ITS Sequencing Pianzzola et al. (2004) Trichoderma spp. - Fusarium spp. ITS Sawdust and pulp wood Wood degradation 27 Speciesspecific primers Speciesspecific primers Rubio et al. (2005) Demeke et al. (2005) DEGRADATION MECHANISMS OF WATERLOGGED ARCHAEOLOGICAL PINE TIMBERS FROM NORTHERN GREECE Maria D.

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