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木材生物降解的精细结构信息有助于有效保护木质文化遗产
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2010IWCS_Shaanxi_中文版_Adya P Singh

会议名称:2010木文化国际研讨会——古木文化产业和遗产保护与修复
会议时间:2010年10月23日-24日
会议地点:中国·陕西

报告嘉宾:Adya P. Singh 高级研究员 新西兰森林研究所

报告摘要:Cultural wooden objects that have survived hundreds and even thousands of years have been recovered mainly from environments which do not support the growth and activity of aggressive wood degrading basidiomycetes, such as white and brown rot fungi. However, such objects often display varying degrees of wood deterioration, resulting mainly from attack by bacteria that cause erosion and tunnelling of cell walls and fungi causing soft rot of wood. Fine structural investigations based on the use of electron microscopy have provided wealth of information on the fine texture of the degraded wood tissues at the level of cell wall, which is proving helpful in developing appropriate methods for conserving valuable wooden artefacts. The brief overview presented here describes the different microbial decay patterns commonly associated with ancient and cultural heritage wooden objects. 


Adya P Singh
Research in a wide range of plant and wood science areas Present research activities include: Effect of abiotic stresses on plant cell growth and differentiation, and on wood formation and wood cell wall characteristics; biological and chemical degradation of wood; exploration and practical application of bioactive agents in agriculture and forestry; wood/coatings interaction; enhancement of wood properties through physical and chemical modifications; wood and fibre cell wall ultrastructure in relation to product development and performance evaluation