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Anatomy of hevea and its influence on latex production

J. B. Gomez

Anatomy of hevea and its influence on latex production

by J. B. Gomez

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Published by Malaysian Rubber Research and Development Board in [Kuala Lumpur] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hevea -- Anatomy.,
  • Latex.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJ.B. Gomez.
    SeriesMRRDB monograph ;, no. 7
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB291.H4 G66 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2834680M
    LC Control Number83940888

      Anatomy of flowering plants 1. This page intentionally left blank 2. Anatomy of Flowering Plants Understanding plant anatomy is not only fundamental to the study of plant systematics and palaeobotany, but is also an essential part of evolutionary biology, physiology, ecology, and the rapidly expanding science of developmental genetics. In the third edition of .   Laticifer cells are specialized plant cells that synthesize and accumulate latex. Studies on laticifers have lagged behind in recent years, and data regarding the functional role of laticifers and their fitness benefit still remain elusive. Laticifer differentiation and its impact on plant growth and development also remain to be investigated. Here, cellular, molecular, and genetic Cited by:

    Gomez. Anatomy of Hevea and its influence on latex production. MRRDB Monograph No. 7, 76 p. Hadi, H. Dasar – dasar sistem eksploitasi tanaman karet. Makalah in-house training teknik penyadapan karet. Cikumpay, 20 – 25 September Herlinawati, E. dan Kuswanhadi. Alternative Tapping Systems for RRIC Clone from : Setiono Mp, Yoga Bagus Setya Aji, Mudita Oktorina Nugrahani, Akhmad Rouf, Ahmad Rimpun. Plants produce a variety of compounds that can be divided into primary metabolites and secondary metabolites. Primary metabolites are essential for the survival of the plant and include sugars, proteins and amino acids. Secondary metabolites were once believed to be waste products. They are not essential to the plant’s survival, but the plant does suffer [ ].

    ii international symposium on horticulture in europe. number. isbn. issn. the influence of biotic interactions on the distribution and abundance of arnica montana l. species in natural habitats. latex yield of . Principles of Horticultural Physiology begins by guiding students through the basics of plant physiology; plant anatomy and plant classification, before covering plant hormones, growth and development, and factors related to the external environment including water, light, temperature and soil. Greenhouse culture is also discussed, as well as.


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Anatomy of hevea and its influence on latex production. [Kuala Lumpur]: Malaysian Rubber Research and Development Board, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

No other book on natural rubber covers such a broad spectrum of subjects as this unique publication. Subjects related to the biology, cultivation and technology of natural rubber are dealt with, along with such important aspects as its history, production and processing, through to its sophisticated engineering applications.

Every chapter follows a monograph style of. Tock Hing Chua, in World Crop Pests, Introduction. The rubber tree, Hevea brazilensis ( A. Juss.) Mull. Arg. is a native of the Amazon basin, often growing in periodically flooded areas, although larger trees are found on the well-drained plateaux.

Most of the cultivated rubber is grown in the lowlands, between 15° N and 10° S, where the climate is hot, humid and. Book. A Review on Silica Reinforcement In Natural Rubber. LGM. Category: Monographs: Published Year: 3.

Book. Anatomy of Hevea and its Influence on Latex Production. MRRDB. Category: Monographs: Published Year: 4. Book. Deproteinised Natural Rubber (DPNR) LGM. A monograph containing a comprehensive presentation of MRB's success in. The Hevea latex allergens that have defense-related functions include Hev b 2, 4, –, 7 (see above), 11, 12 and Most latex-allergic patients recognize one or more of these allergens and their potential cross-reactions with fruit proteins account for the serious allergic reactions after ingestion of a food with such proteins.

Therefore the biology of Hevea rubber tree itself is a subject that aggregates science and technology for the realization of its industrial utility. stimulated latex production and its.

No other book on natural rubber covers such a broad spectrum of subjects as this unique publication. Subjects related to the biology, cultivation and technology of natural rubber are dealt with, along with such important aspects as its history, production and processing, through to its sophisticated engineering applications.

its consequences were re­ ported by Meenattoor(), which ~scribed a yield reduction on regener­ ated bark, the production be­ ing about 36% less than that of the virgin bark. The present study was aimed at investigating the anatomical differences in hail damaged and virgin bark as a possi­ bility of explaining the yield.

Sreelatha S, Jacob J, Mercykutty V C, Simon S P, Krishnakumar R. ATP concentration in latex as an indicator for early evaluation of yield in Hevea brasiliensis. Japanese Circulation Journal,48(4): – 8: Gomez J B.

Anatomy of Hevea and its influence on latex production. In: Annual by: 1. Gomez JB () Anatomy of Hevea and Its Influence on Latex Production.

Malaysian Rubber Research and Development Board, Kuala Lumpur, 75 pp. [ Links ] Gonçalves P de S, Furtado EL, Bataglia OC, Ortolani AA, May A and Belletti GO () Genetics of anthracnose panel canker disease resistance and its relationship with yield and growth character.

In this chapter we will focus on its harvest, yield, chemical composition, and biotechnological applications of the J. curcas latex. Regarding the production, J. curcas latex is strongly. Gomez y of hevea and its influence on latex production. Malaysian Rubber Research & Development Board Monography, 3: Dooner H, Kermicle J.

Displaced and tandem duplications in the long arm of chromosome 10 in maize. Genetics,82(2): – 4Cited by: 3.

Trees of Hevea clone GT1 planted in in the Côte d'Ivoire were tapped in at a height of m in a half-spiral at intervals of 1, 2, 3, 7, 14 or 21 days for 2 months. Latex production was greatest at a tapping interval of days.

Latex total solids content increased to a maximum with tapping every 7 days. The redox potential, bursting index, acid phosphatase activity and thiol Cited by: 4. A study was made of the influence of the sieve tubes cut in tapping on the composition of hevea latex, and in particular on the amount of yellow fraction.

It has been suggested that the lutoids originate partly or wholly from the sieve tubes [see H.A., ]. An anatomical examination showed that not more than 10 % of the functioning sieve tubes were cut in tapping, and no Author: J. Ruinen, L. De Haan-Homans. Hevea rubber tree is an excellent example of how a soil-tree-atmosphere system can work in tandem.

The retrieval of rubber through ‘injuring’ the tree on alternate days or once in three days or once in seven days, is indeed a unique arrangement followed universally that ensures income to the planter almost throughout the year. Abstract. Hevea brasiliensis is the most recent domesticated tree species from Amazonian rain forest producing latex of commercial utility.

Major hurdles for genetic improvement of rubber tree were attributed to its perennial nature, long juvenile period, and a narrow genetic by: 7. J.B. Gomez, Anatomy of Hevea and its influence on latex production, Malaysian Rubber Research and Board (MRRDB), Monograph No.

7, Kuala Lumpur, p. 76 () Google Scholar J.B. Gomez, S.B. Hamzah, Variations in leaf Cited by: 2. Biological Reviews () 48, pp by Rupert Sheldrake PDF. Abstract. 1 Although much is known about the effects of plant hormones and their role in the control of growth and differentiation, little is known about the way in which hormone production is itself controlled or about the cellular sites of hormone synthesis.

Rubber Boom Slavery Essay Words 3 Pages Rubber Boom Slavery Dating back hundreds of years the indigenous people of South and Central America had discovered the many uses of rubber, taken from what is known as a "Hevea brasiliensis" or more commonly, a rubber tree.

2 The natural auxin of plants, indol-3yl-acetic acid (IAA) is produced by a wide variety of living organisms. In animals, fungi and bacteria it is formed as a minor by-product of tryptophan degradation.

The pathways of its production involve either the transamination or the decarboxylation of tryptophan. The transaminase route is the more. Full text of "Plant Anatomy An Applied Approach" See other formats.This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.The use of natural latex biomaterials made from Hevea brasiliensis is discussed in the context of biotechnology, wherein Hevea brasiliensis is used as a raw material in the prevention and treatment of diabetic foot. In section 3, the diabetic foot is described by a mathematical model and it is presented how the use of biomaterial latex acts as Cited by: 1.