Dense and continuous networks of aerial hyphae improve flexibility and shape retention of mycelium composite in the wet state

Dense and continuous networks of aerial hyphae improve flexibility and shape retention of mycelium composite in the wet state

Year of publication

2022

Authors

Kuribayashi, Tomoko; Lankinen, Pauliina; Hietala, Sami; Mikkonen, Kirsi S.

Organizations and authors

University of Helsinki

Mikkonen Kirsi S. Orcid -palvelun logo

Hietala Sami Orcid -palvelun logo

Lankinen Pauliina

Kuribayashi Tomoko

Publication type

Publication format

Article

Parent publication type

Journal

Article type

Original article

Audience

Scientific

Peer-reviewed

Peer-Reviewed

MINEDU's publication type classification code

A1 Journal article –refereed

Publication channel information

Open access

Open access in the publisher’s service

Yes

Open access of publication channel

Partially open publication channel

License of the publisher’s version

CC BY

Self-archived

Yes

License of the self-archived publication

CC BY

Other information

Fields of science

Chemical sciences; Plant biology, microbiology, virology

Keywords

[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]

Publication country

United Kingdom

Language

English

International co-publication

No

Co-publication with a company

No

DOI

10.1016/j.compositesa.2021.106688

The publication is included in the Ministry of Education and Culture’s Publication data collection

Yes