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" Dry rot is a misnomer. This disease in timber ought to be designated a decomposition of wood by its own internal juices, which have become vitiated for want of a free circulation of air. "
The Architectural Magazine - Página 361
editado por - 1835
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The Franklin Journal, and American Mechanics' Magazine, Volúmenes17-18

1836
...— .Inn. de ('him. et de Phyt. Л short Remark or two on what is commonly called Dry Hoi, by Charla Waterton, Esq. — Dry rot is a misnomer. This disease...an upright position in the open air, it will last forages. Put another piece of the same tree into a ship, or into a house, where there is no access...
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Magazine of Natural History, Volumen9

John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson - 1836
...communication, on decay in timber, by what is commonly called dry rot. Mr. Waterton considers that " Dry rot is a misnomer. This disease in timber ought...vitiated for want of a free circulation of air."] ART. IV. 'Illustrations in British Zoology. By GEORGE JOHNSTON, MD, Fellow of the Royal College of...
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Magazine of Natural History, Volumen9

John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson - 1836
...communication, on decay in timber, by what is commonly called dry rot. Mr. Waterton considers that " Dry rot is a misnomer. This disease in timber ought...become vitiated for want of a free circulation of air."J ART. IV. Illustrations in British Zoology. By GEORGE JOHNSTON, MD, Fellow of the Royal College...
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Scientific Tracts, for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

1836 - 308 páginas
...DRY ROT. — This disease, (so called,) in timber, says a writer in London's Architectural Magazine, ought to be designated a decomposition of wood by...circulation of air. If you rear a piece of timber in an upright position in the open air, it will last for ages. Put another piece of the same tree into...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1836
...Лип. de Chim. et de l'Injs. Л short Remark or two on what, is commonly called Dry Rot, by Charle» Waterton, Esq. — Dry rot is a misnomer. This disease...internal juices, which have become vitiated for want ot a free circulation of air. If you rear a piece of timber, newly cut down, in an upright position...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volumen159

1836
...communicates some useful observations on Dry Rot : he attributes the disease to " a decomposition of the wood by its own internal juices, which have become vitiated for want of a free circulation of air." Dry Rot was unknown to our ancestors. In the forests of timber which appear on the roofs of their churches...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volúmenes159-160

1836
...on Dry Rot : he attributes the disease to " a decomposition of the wood by its own internaljuices, which have become vitiated for want of a free circulation of air." Dry Rot was unknown to our ancestors . In the forests of timber which appear on the roofs of their...
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The Mechanic's Register, Volúmenes1-2

1838
...power, and our readers shall judge for themselves. — ATeio Haven Herald. How to Prevent the Dry Rot. Dry rot is a misnomer. This disease in timber ought...own internal juices, which have become vitiated for the want of a free circulation of air. If you rear a piece of timber newly cut down in an upright position...
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The Penny Mechanic, and the Chemist, Volumen2

1837
...more rapid towards the fire. Your obedient servant, VANDERKISTE, Jun. TO PREVENT THE DRY ROT. DRY HOT is a misnomer. This disease in timber ought to be...internal juices, which have become vitiated for want of • free circulation of air. If you rear a piece of timber, newly cut down, in an upright position...
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The Quarterly Journal of Agriculture, Vol XI, 1841

William Blackwood - 1841
...its beauty and productiveness.—From a papur by Mr O'Lanyhlin, VI. Presereation of Timber.—Dry-rot is a misnomer. This disease in timber ought to be...own internal juices, which have become vitiated for want-of a free circulation of air. If you place a piece of timber, newly|cut down, in an upright position...
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