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Biofouling Control through Non-Toxic Means: Application of Zosteric Acid.
Xu, Q. W. ; Barrios, C. A. ; Cutright, T. ; Newby, B. M. Z. (2005). Evaluation of toxicity of capsaicin and zosteric acid and their potential application as antifoulants. Environmental Toxicology 20(5): 467-474.
Compounds isolated from macroalgae by extraction of the crushed whole plant may not be present at the surface of the intact living thallus (or frond) in effective quantities, especially if they are highly water-soluble polar metabolites. Steinberg et al. (1998) reported that non-polar metabolites accumulated at the surface of macroalgal fronds had significant AF activity, which was apparently due to chemical effects per se rather than to any physico-chemical modification of the surface. A few attempts have been made to incorporate isolated natural products into coating systems for AF use. Zosteric acid.