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Molds and bacteria that delaminate plywood bonded with casein and soybean glues Public Deposited

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  • Wood joints properly made with protein glue should last indefinitely under dry conditions. However, under moist conditions some glues are subject to the actions of micro-organisms and chemical hydrolysis. In previous work the action of bacteria has been discounted as the cause of delimitation of casein glued plywood in the continuous soak tests. This study was undertaken to increase the information on molds and bacteria concerned in the breakdown of protein glues as it occurs in plywood, and to determine the conditions under which the various organisms attack such materials.
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