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serpula

(ˈsɜːpjʊlə)
n
(Animals) a member of a genus of marine annelid or tubeworm belonging to the Serpulid family, characterized by the serpentine calcareous tube it produces and inhabits
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8 B Mean [+ or -] SD mass loss (%) (b) Treatment (a) Serpula lacrymans Gloeophyllum abietinum Water 38.
Research interests: relationships between basiomycete wood-rotting fungi Serpula lacrymans and Coniophora puteana biodeterioration rate and timber age.
IA), occur only in genera of the Crucigera, Hydroides, Serpula, Ditrupa, Pseudochitinopoma, Ficopomatus, Galeolaria, Pomatoceros, Laminatubus clade (Vinn et al.
Serpula lacrymans * Trametes hirsuts Trametes versicolor * * Mushrooms with Activity against Chlorine Dimethyl Doxin Chemical Toxins methyl phosphonate (VX, Somann Sarin) More species and toxins will be added over time.
One palaeontologist named similar fossils Serpulites, which simply means "like Serpula," a known modern marine worm that builds itself a tube to live in.
Vermilia agglutinata and Serpula vermicularis have low Southwood index with L.
They are built by the tubeworm serpula vermicularis, and twist upwards off the sea bed.
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The house buyer who can't tell a dado from a dog leg won't know whether to laugh or cry when the surveyor diagnoses Serpula Lacrymans.
Closer examination of the damaging fungus Serpula lacrymans as part of an international project led by Swansea University could also hold the key to protecting buildings from dry rot Headed by Swansea University's Dr Dan Eastwood in collaboration with the USA Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (JGI), the project has 47 experts working from 21 laboratories across 10 countries.
Australian scientific research on Serpula lacrymans, In: Serpula lacrymans: Fundamental Biology and Control Strategies.