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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Such an amount comes essentially from Hevea brasiliensis and is obtained by taking the latex from the rubber tree, and then coagulating the rubber.
Today, approximately 90 percent of all natural rubber is harvested from the Hevea brasiliensis rubber tree, which is primarily grown in tropical regions of Southeast Asia.
The wood biomasses used in the boiler were obtained from local rubber wood species dominantly hevea brasiliensis.
The first is Hevea brasiliensis, a tree that is grown at commercial scale in only a few countries.
Which newspaper used the slogan 'All human hevea brasiliensis, which is now extensively life is there'?
Bridgestone Corporation has announced that it has successfully decoded the main genome sequence for Hevea brasiliensis - commonly known as the rubber tree - a tropical tree native to Brazil and currently the only plant that can produce natural latex rubber as a raw material for industrial applications.
Tokyo, July 10, 2012 - (JCN) - Bridgestone has successfully decoded the main genome sequence for Hevea brasiliensis, a euphorbiaceous plant material for producing latex commonly known as the rubber tree, which produces latex.
The Hevea brasiliensis specie is by far the largest commercial source of NR due to its excellent quality, high rubber content and production capability (10).
Whether originating in Hevea brasiliensis or synthetic rubber elastomers, the mixing, milling and blending processes designed to create finished products can expose workers to dangerous chemicals or accidents in rubber mills.
Long term somatic embryogenesis and maturation of somatic embryos in Hevea Brasiliensis.
Hevea brasiliensis is considered by many to be the most important member of the Euphorbiaceae family because its latex has been used in all parts of the world.