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Biological Adhesives


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Juli 2006

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Many creatures use adhesive polymers and structures to attach to inert substrates, to each other, or to other organisms. This is the first major review that brings together research on many of the well-known biological adhesives dealing with bacteria, fungi, algae, and marine and terrestrial animals. As we learn more about their molecular and mechanical properties we begin to understand why they adhere so well and with this comes broad applications in areas such as medicine, dentistry, and biotechnology.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 Mechanical Properties of Bacterial Exopolymeric Adhesives and their Commercial Development
Anthony P. Haag 2 The molecular genetics of bioadhesion and biofilm formation
Paolo Landini, Gregory Jubelin, and Corinne Dorel-Flamant 3 Adhesion and adhesives of fungi and oomycetes
Lynn Epstein and Ralph L. Nicholson 4 The Ulva spore adhesive system
James A. Callow and Maureen E. Callow 5 Diatom adhesives: Molecular and Mechanical Properties
Anthony Chiovitti, Tony M. Dugdale, and Richard Wetherbee 6 Phenolic-based adhesives of marine brown algae
Philippe Potin and Catherine Leblanc 7 Chemical Subtleties of Mussel and Polychaete Holdfasts
Jason Sagert, Chengjun Sun, and J. Herbert Waite 8 Barnacle underwater attachment
Kei Kamino 9 The Biochemistry and Mechanics of Gastropod Adhesive Gels
Andrew M. Smith 10 Adhesive secretions in echinoderms: An overview
Patrick Flammang 11 An adhesive secreted by Australian frogs of the genus Notaden
Lloyd D. Graham, Veronica Glattauer, Yong Y. Peng, Paul R. Vaughan, Jerome A. Werkmeister, Michael J. Tyler, and John A.M. Ramshaw 12 Properties, Principles, and Parameters of the Gecko Adhesive System
Kellar Autumn 13 Biomimetic Adhesive Polymers Based on Mussel Adhesive Proteins
Bruce P. Lee, Jeffrey L. Dalsin and Phillip B. Messersmith

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EAN: 9783540310488
ISBN: 3540310487
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2006
Seitenanzahl: XVII
Format: gebunden
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