Hevea


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Synonyms for Hevea

small genus of South American trees yielding latex

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Table 1--Potential of photochemical efficiency of the photosystem II (Fv / Fm) in rubber tree seedlings (Hevea brasiliensis) treated for 12 weeks with foliar application of abscisic acid (ABA) at different concentrations and submitted to 13 days of water withholding (Days after the first water withholding), and second water withholding after 120 days of the end of the first water withholding (Days after the second water withholding).
This interest towards kok-sagyz was more uplifted during the Second World War, when supplies of rubber produced from Hevea brasiliensis to Europe and the US were stopped.
Biological aspects of Euplatypus parallelus (F.) (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Platypodinae) attacking Hevea brasiliensis (Willd.
One example is the use of new coatings, among them the latex derived from Hevea brasiliensis in animals [6-8] and humans [9-12].
However, Goldthorpe seems unaware of the problem of allergies to proteins in Hevea brasiliensis rubber, leading to a partial resurgence in the growing of guayule rubber (Parthenium argentatum) in temperate lands.
Na obra a seguir (Figura 2), o artista representa dois aspectos da arvore da borracha: "Vista de frente e a Hevea brasiliensis, vista em planta e a estrada de seringa" (Marchese, 2005:100).
Natural rubber (NR) field latex (Hevea brasiliensis) contains 30-40% rubber by weight dispersed as rubber latex particles in water with some minor nonrubber constituents such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, sugars, and metal ions.
Hevea brasiliensis, also known as Para rubber tree in Brazil, belonging to Hevea in Euphorbiaceae, is originated in the Amazon River basin, Brazil, and now is distributed in more than 40 countries and areas in Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Latin America.
Erinnyis ello (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) and Leptopharsa heveae (Hemiptera: Tingidae) in Hevea brasiliensis in agroforestry system
Performance of Hevea clones from IAC 300 series selected in the northwestern region of Sao Paulo State, Brazil.
Included in the Summit Custom Hardwood selection are the Chevron product, which features a surface of precious hardwood atop crosswire small woven strips of Hevea hardwood.