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Biodeterioration of wood in estuarine ecosystem of Goa
(US Office of Naval Research, 1997)
An assessment of macrofouling and wood boring community at different localities of Zuari and Mandovi estuaries of Goa carried out. Wood panels of Mangifera indica of 10 x 15 x 2.5 cm size were exposed in this investigation. ...
A new record of marine wood-borer (Mollusca: Teredinidae) from waters off Bombay
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1986)
The occurrence of Teredona princesae (Sivickis) has been reported for the first time from the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) off Bombay. A brief description of the pallet and distribution of this species is presented
Ecology of the wood-boring bivalve Martesia striata (Pholadidae) in Indian waters
(Academic Press, 1999)
Martesia striata is one of the dominant wood-boring organisms found in Indian waters. Incidence of this organism in the Zuari estuary (Goa) was evaluated by exposing wooden panels (Mangifera indica) to the marine environment ...
On the efficacy of indigenous method employed along Goa coast for protecting fishing craft against bio-deterioration
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1982)
An indigenous formulation, comprising 'chandrus' and lime in Karanjel oil, used by the fishermen of Goa to protect their boats from marine wood-borers and foulers has been described Results of experiments using wooden test ...
Destruction of timber panels by wood boring organisms in Mandovi estuary of Goa
Destruction on mango wood (Mangifera indica Linn.) panels in the Mandovi Estuary of Goa, India at 5 different depths was studied for different seasons. The causative organisms were found to be Lyrodus pedicellatus Quatrefages ...