By Hermann Ehrlich
This is often the second one monograph through the writer on organic fabrics of marine starting place. The preliminary publication is devoted to the organic fabrics of marine invertebrates. This paintings is a resource of contemporary wisdom on biomineralization, biomimetics and fabrics technological know-how with admire to marine vertebrates. For the 1st time in clinical literature the writer provides the main coherent research of the character, beginning and evolution of biocomposites and biopolymers remoted from and saw within the extensive number of marine vertebrate organisms (fish, reptilian, birds and mammals) and inside of their precise hierarchically equipped structural formations. there's a wealth of recent and newly synthesized details, together with dozens of formerly unpublished photographs of exact marine creatures together with extinct, extant and residing taxa and their biocomposite-based buildings from nano- to micro – and macroscale. This monograph reports the main correct advances within the marine organic fabrics learn box, declaring a number of ways being brought and explored through detailed smooth laboratories.
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Biological Materials of Marine Origin: Invertebrates by Hermann Ehrlich