Anti-fouling Paints Based on Extracts of Marine Organisms from The Colombian Caribbean

@inproceedings{Puentes2014AntifoulingPB,
  title={Anti-fouling Paints Based on Extracts of Marine Organisms from The Colombian Caribbean},
  author={Carlos Prada Puentes and Katherine A Carreno and Marisol Santos-Acevedo and Joaqu{\'i}n G{\'o}mez-Le{\'o}n and M. Matilde Garc{\'i}a and Marta P{\'e}rez and Mirta E. Stupak and Guillermo Blustein},
  year={2014}
}
Habitually, control of biological fouling includes application of paints containing toxic substances that end upcontaminating marine ecosystem. Many organisms prevent settlement of other species synthesizing secondarymetabolites that could be used in the elaboration of environmentally friendly anti-fouling paints. This work evaluated the behavior of anti-fouling paints based on extracts from marine invertebrates in the ColombianCaribbean: Agelas tubulata, Myrmekioderma gyroderma, Oceanapia… CONTINUE READING

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