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Genes expressed in the latex of Hevea brasiliensis

Characterization of branching in two Hevea brasiliensis clones

Divergent DNA Methylation Patterns Associated with Abiotic Stress in Hevea brasiliensis

Insights into rubber biosynthesis from transcriptome analysis of Hevea brasiliensis latex

Metabolic routes affecting rubber biosynthesis in Hevea brasiliensis latex

Range of Hevea brasiliensis Pollen Dispersal Estimated by Esterase Isozyme Markers

Cloning and Characterization of a New Polyol Transporter (HbPLT2) in Hevea brasiliensis

Growth, photosynthetic performance and shade adaptation of rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) grown in natural shade

The small RNA profile in latex from Hevea brasiliensis trees is affected by tapping panel dryness

Gas exchange and hydraulics in seedlings of Hevea brasiliensis during water stress and recovery

Contrasting strategies to cope with chilling stress among clones of a tropical tree, Hevea brasiliensis

Effect of tapping activity on the dynamics of radial growth of Hevea brasiliensis trees

Sucrose importation into laticifers of Hevea brasiliensis, in relation to ethylene stimulation of latex production

Competition within the root system of rubber seedlings (Hevea brasiliensis) studied by root pruning and blockage

The micromorphology and protein characterization of rubber particles in Ficus carica, Ficus benghalensis and Hevea brasiliensis

Differential carbohydrate metabolism conducts morphogenesis in embryogenic callus of Hevea brasiliensis (Müll. Arg.)

Laticifer Differentiation in Hevea brasiliensis: Induction by Exogenous Jasmonic Acid and Linolenic Acid


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(family Euphorbiaceae)

A small genus of trees whose bark contains latex. The leaves are trifoliate. The flowers are unisexual, male and female being in the same panicle. The fruit is an explosively dehiscent capsule. Rubber (or para rubber) is H. brasiliensis, now planted widely in the Far East. There are 9 species, found in the rain forest of Amazonia.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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