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Francis W.M.R. Schwarze

Author of Fungal Strategies of Wood Decay in Trees

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Francis Schwarze has made highly significant contributions to fundamental understanding of wood decay by fungi and has applied the knowledge for the benefit of such important wood science and technology areas as permeability enhancement of heart-woods and refractory timbers, detection of tree rings, performance evaluation of thermomechanically densified wood, enhancement of acoustic properties of violins, and biocontrol of decay fungi affecting urban tree health. Many areas his work have been regarded as pathbreaking research and have been published in high impact international journals e.g. New Phytologist, attracting attention of such high profile journals as Nature for commentaries. [from International Academy of Wood Science website]
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