Fortunately, almost 2,000 plants besides rubber trees
The rubber production is concentrated in Jinghong, (25) and mainly controlled by state rubber tree
The susceptibility to climate changes of each rubber tree
clone was evaluated in Table 1.
Every level of the logistics chain will be covered, from the initial felling of redundant rubber trees
, to the harvesting, processing and eventual delivery of the converted biomass to cargo ships for exportation.
For those looking for organic protection, Brazil's first national condom factory, opened in 2008, sources latex directly from rubber trees
of the Chico Mendes Extractive Reserve in Acre.
the structure of rubber tree
bark is discussed for its importance, "because it contains the latex vessels which are the chief source of the world's rubber supply.
At Albany, Cornish is delineating the physical characteristics of sunflower candidates' latex and comparing them to those of latex taken from two other natural sources--the Brazilian rubber tree
and a desert shrub, guayule.
The most recent findings, published in the December 5, 1999, issue of the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, suggest that medical, home, and industrial products made from guayule latex may offer a safe, practical alternative to latex products made from the most common source, the Brazilian rubber tree
Latex" usually refers to either the sap of the Brazilian rubber tree
(Hevea brasiliensis) or to products made from the sap.
The neighbor took a large pot and filled it with thick sap from a rubber tree
Natural rubber latex is a product of the rubber tree
Hevea brasiliensis, which originated in the Amazon.
The extractive reserve system seeks to provide economic return and maintain biodiversity by using non-timber forest products, such as the rubber tree