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Blue stain

Глоссарий по мебели и фурнитуре (английский)
  1. A bluish or grayish discoloration of the sapwood caused by the growth of certain dark‑colored fungi on the surface and in the interior of the wood; made possible by the same conditions that favor the growth of other fungi.

  2. A dark stain in the sapwood of some species of trees, usually caused by a fungus; it does not weaken the wood; also called sap stain.


Blue, английский
  1. The pure color of a clear sky; the primary color between green and violet in the visible spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 450 and 500 nm

  2. P. голубой нил (судан и эфиопия)


Blue, английский

Stain, английский
  1. A discoloration in wood that may be caused by microorganisms, metal, or chemicals. the term also applies to materials used to impart colors to wood.

  2. Used to alter the color of the wood.

  3. A discoloration in wood that may be caused by such diverse agencies as micro‑organisms, metal, or chemicals

  4. A substance used to give colour to tissues which are going to be examined under the microscope  verb to treat a piece of tissue with a dye to increase contrast before it is examined under the microscope comment: some stains are designed to have an affinity only with those chemical, cellular or bacterial elements in a specimen that are of interest to a microbiologist; thus the concentration or uptake of a stain, as well as the overall picture, can be diagnostic.




Discoloration, английский
  1. Change in the colour of wood caused by fungal or chemical stains, weathering, or heat treatment.

  2. Any change in color from the original color or from the desired color.

  3. A change in colour


Conditions, английский

Bond failure, английский
    Rupture of adhesive bond.


Birdseye, английский
    Small localized areas in wood with the fibers indented