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Jasmonate signalling in the regulation of rubber biosynthesis in laticifer cells of rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensis

Carbohydrate reserves as a competing sink: evidence from tapping rubber trees

Food preferences of the rubber plantation litter beetle, Luprops tristis, a nuisance pest in rubber tree plantations

Population dynamics of the rubber plantation litter beetle Luprops tristis, in relation to annual cycle of foliage phenology of its host, the para rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensis

South American Leaf Blight of the Rubber Tree (Hevea spp.): New Steps in Plant Domestication using Physiological Features and Molecular Markers

The cyanogenic syndrome in rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis: tissue-damage-dependent activation of linamarase and hydroxynitrile lyase accelerates hydrogen cyanide release

The reproductive performance of the Mupli beetle, Luprops tristis, in relation to leaf age of the para rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensis

The rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis Muell. Arg.) homologue of the LEAFY/FLORICAULA gene is preferentially expressed in both male and female floral meristems

Characterization of Polypeptides Accumulated in the Latex Cytosol of Rubber Trees Affected by the Tapping Panel Dryness Syndrome

Carbohydrate storage in wood and bark of rubber trees submitted to different level of C demand induced by latex tapping

Ethylene stimulation of latex yield depends on the expression of a sucrose transporter (HbSUT1B) in rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis)

Ethrel-stimulated prolongation of latex flow in the rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis Muell. Arg.): an Hev b 7-like protein acts as a universal antagonist of rubber particle aggregating factors from lutoids and C-serum

Isolation of Stress-Related Genes of Rubber Particles and Latex in Fig Tree (Ficus carica) and their Expressions by Abiotic Stress or Plant Hormone Treatments

Red Rubber, Bleeding Trees: Violence, Slavery, and Empire in Northwest Amazonia, 1850–1933. By Michael Edward Stanfield. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998. xvii + 270 pp. Maps, notes, tables, select bibliography, index. Cloth $60.00, paper $21.95

Michael Edward Stanfield. Red Rubber, Bleeding Trees: Violence, Slavery, and Empire in Northwest Amazonia, 1850–1933. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 1998. Pp. xvii, 270. Cloth $60.00, paper $21.95

 
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Any of several South American trees whose exudations can be made into rubber; especially Hevea brasiliensis (family Euphorbiaceae), a tall softwood tree native to Brazil but introduced to Malaysia. The ...


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