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Barnacle Settlement Behaviors on Microstructured Surfaces with Different Geometric Parameters
Journal of Photopolymer Science and Technology (Fotoporima Konwakai shi)
Marine sessile organisms easily adhere to submerged surfaces (e.g., rocks, metals and plastics), and cause serious economic problem. Previously, tributyltin (TBT) has been used widely as antifoulant to inhibit the fouling by sessile organisms. However, TBT was banned to use globally due to its high endocrine disruption effects against marine organisms. Recently, antifouling activities of microstructured surfaces against marine sessile organisms have attracted attention. In this study, wedoi:10.2494/photopolymer.32.303 fatcat:nq4gbybxsvg7vext6hugl7osve