Hevea brasiliensis


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Noun1.Hevea brasiliensis - deciduous tree of the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers having leathery leaves and fragrant yellow-white flowers; it yields a milky juice that is the chief source of commercial rubber
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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Main wood chemical constituents of Ceiba pentandra, Hevea brasiliensis and Ochroma pyramidale
The genus Hevea (Euphorbiaceae) encompasses 11 species (Watson and Dallwitz 1992), being Hevea brasiliensis (Willd.
Decay fungi in natural rubber wood, Hevea brasiliensis, in Venezuela
Latex was collected from two Hevea brasiliensis clones (PB 217 and PR 107) and processed to obtain NR samples of grades TSR 3CV and TSR 10.
El siguiente estudio describe los principales componentes quimicos de la madera de Ceiba pentandra, Hevea brasiliensis y Ochroma pyramidale y es de la autoria de J.
Resumen: En la Amazonia colombiana las termitas atacan los tocones a raiz desnuda de caucho natural Hevea brasiliensis.
En el ano 2002 se realizo la firma del Convenio 068 entre el Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural y el IBUN bajo el cual se desarrollaron dos proyectos "Estandarizacion de la tecnica de embriogenesis somatica en los clones IAN 873 y RRIM 600 y rescate de embriones en Hevea brasiliensis en los clones IAN 873, IAN 710 y FX 3864", y con la participacion de la empresa Mavalle S.
Latex is obtained as milky exudation sap from the trunk of the Hevea brasiliensis (rubber tree) when the bark of the tree is tapped; this fluid is produced by specialized cells located in the inner bark area.
Water status of callus from Hevea brasiliensis during induction of somatic embryogenesis.
Such an amount comes essentially from Hevea brasiliensis and is obtained by taking the latex from the rubber tree, and then coagulating the rubber.
Effect of irrigation on physiological perfomance of immature plants of Hevea brasiliensis in North Konkan.
Key words: cultivar identification, genetic distance, genetic diversity, Hevea brasiliensis, RAPD marker.