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Bibliography of brown bast of Hevea brasiliensis.

Rubber Research Institute of Malaya. Library.

Bibliography of brown bast of Hevea brasiliensis.

by Rubber Research Institute of Malaya. Library.

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Published by Library, Rubber Research Institute of Malaya in [Kuala Lumpur] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hevea -- Diseases and pests -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBrown bast of Hevea brasiliensis.
    SeriesR.R.I.M Library bibliography ;, no. 20
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5354.P3 H417 1973, SB608.H5 H417 1973
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. ;
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4394826M
    LC Control Number78941432

    Estate records of brown bast incidence vary greatly from Incidence recorded during the mapping of diseased trees in the field. A non-random, clustered distribution is most common, especially in bibliography of butterflies. download Report. Comments. Transcription. bibliography of butterflies

    Hevea brasiliensis is the only source of natural rubber (NR), which is produced in latex cells in the phloem. Latex harvesting consists in tapping the soft bark of rubber trees. Ethephon is applied to stimulate production. Increasing demand for NR calls for an increase in latex yield, but also an extension of crops to marginal :// Bobilioff, W., The causes of brown bast disease of Hevea brasiliensis. Arch. Rubber Cult. 3, – A consideration on the nature and control of brown bast. Book. Jan ;

      Narain, Dbm, 1 , Studies on Indian Agriculture, Oxford University Press, Delhi. Peries 0.S, , A Hand Book ofRubber Culture and Processing, The Rubber Research Institute of Ceylon, Agala Watter. Petch T, 1, The Diseases and Pests of the Rubber Tree, Macmillan and Company Limited, 's Street, London, ho, Sripathy B, , Maladies of Hevea in Malaysia, The Rubber   This book collects their research on how allergens found in a natural rubber used in the transportation of vaccines are increasing the chances of autism development. Hevea brasiliensis dry natural rubber (HDNR), derived from the liquid latex found in natural rubber trees, is still used in some vaccine packaging and delivery ://


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Bibliography of brown bast of Hevea brasiliensis by Rubber Research Institute of Malaya. Library. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Physiology of Rubber Tree Latex book. The Laticiferous Cell and Latex- A Model of Cytoplasm. The Composition of Latex from Hevea brasiliensis as a Laticiferous Cytoplasm.

chapter 2.I Conditions Which Favor the Onset of Brown Bast. With J.-M. Eschbach, R. Lacrotte, E. Serres. View abstract. ABOUT THIS BOOK.

CONTENTS. T&F ://   Hevea brasiliensis (H. brasiliensis) or commonly known as rubber tree is an essential com modity used in manufac turing ov er 50, products worldwide (Nair, ). It belongs to the family During the period from 3rd August to 26th November,the writer studied the diseases of Hevea brasiliensis and related species in the Amazon Valley in connexion with an investigation of the sources of crude rubber.

Many of the fungi found are stated to be very imperfectly known. The range of hosts of the wood-destroying species often differs widely from that of the same species in the The book gives a full description of the characters of the bark in Hevea when affected with the brown bast disease.

The authors consider that the most characteristic feature of the cortex in cases of brown bast is the presence of meristematic tissue almost invariably in the vicinity of latex vessels, the latex in the vessels enclosed in the meristem being usually :// The Composition of Latex from Hevea brasiliensis as a Laticiferous Cytoplasm\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" \"The present work is based on the study of the laticiferous system in Hevea.

It therefore covers anatomical, histological, and cytological research on laticifers and latex, together with biochemical and    CHAPTER 12 TAPPING OF HEVEA BRASILIENSIS P.D.

ABRAHAM Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In tapping the tree for latex, a groove of the required length and slope - 25° to 30° from horizontal - is cut with a tapping knife.

the s k i l l of the different the removal well considered :// The phytopathological section of this comprehensive and well illustrated volume on rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) diseases and pests in the Dutch East Indies is divided into four chapters headed, respectively, root, stem, and leaf diseases, and abnormalities.

The root fungi enumerated, with their symptoms and appropriate control measures, include the white root fungus (Rigidoporus microporus The author's method for the control of brown bast, an account of which has already been published from another source [see this Review, i, p.

], is stated to be in general use on various large rubber estates in the Dutch East Indies and to have been recently officially recommended by the A.

Experiment :// Ultrastructure of radial extension of brown bast in diseased Hevea in resting. Chinese.

Journal Tropical Crops. 47 - Istianto dan Haposan Munthe. The Hevea brasiliensis XIP aquaporin subfamily: Genomic, structural and functional characterizations with relevance to intensive latex harvesting. Lopez David, Ben Amira Maroua, Brown Daniel, Muries Beatriz, Brunel-Michac Nicole, Bourgerie Sylvain, Porcheron Benoit, Lemoine Remi, Chrestin Hervé, Mollison Ewan, Di Cola Alessandra, Frigerio Lorenzo, Julien Jean-Louis, Gousset-Dupont Aurélie Further details are given in regard to the census of rubber trees affected by brown bast which is being made in a test area in Ceylon [see this Review, iii, p.

In September the total percentage increase of brown bast in the two blocks A and B amounted to and per cent. respectively, as compared with A fairly high percentage of the cases marked as doubtful in now High-yield rubber from the rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis is realized through the extraction of rubber-bearing latex by tapping, which is a non-destructive method of harvesting.

High turgor pressure in the laticifer network expels latex from the tapped tree, and its Ethephon, an ethylene releaser, is used to stimulate latex production in Hevea brasiliensis. Ethylene induces many functions in latex cells including the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS).

The accumulation of ROS is responsible for the coagulation of rubber particles in latex cells, resulting in the partial or complete stoppage of latex ://   Hevea brasiliensis is a native of the tropical rain forests of South America, Brown Bast or dry bark.

Malaysian Rubber Board [MRB]Pocket Book September Malaysian Rubber Board, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia () Google Scholar. Mann et al., Background: Hevea brasiliensis, a member of the Euphorbiaceae family, is the major commercial source of natural rubber (NR).

NR is a latex polymer with high elasticity, flexibility, and resilience F.J. Bealing, S.E. Chua, Output, composition and metabolic activity of Hevea latex in relation to tapping intensity and the onset of brown bast. Rubber Res. Inst. Mal – () Google Scholar The University of British Columbia Library stands out as a leading institution in North America and a high-ranking member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL).

The Library's collections include million volumes, million microforms, more thanmaps, audio, video and graphic ?&sort=-downloads&page=6. In vivo sensitization to purified Hevea brasiliensis proteins in health care workers sensitized to natural rubber latex.

J Allergy Clin Immunol (3)– Bernstein D, Karnani R, Biagini R, Berstein C, Murphy K, Berendts B, Bernstein J, Bernstein I []. Clinical and occupational outcomes in health care workers with natural About this o, A.

& J. Ferguson,First edition., 8vo [22 x 14 cm]; viii,[ii], xx pp, 29 plates including frontis, mostly from photos, tables, index. original blue cloth with gilt title lettering on spine and cover, cover a little spotted, few leaves with small wrinkle in margin, very good sound copy with an inscription from the author, to J.

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Serum patturn in healthy and brown bast affected trees of Hevea. A conceptual analysis of brown bast syndrom. Compte-Rondu Colloque Exploitation Physiologie et Amelioration de l  properties of plywood made from Hevea brasiliensis.

Rubber Board Bulletin 25(1): Borax Consolidated Ltd (BCL) 'TIMBOR'-PlantOperator'sManual. BCL. London. 21 pp.

Bunn, R Boron compounds in timber preservatlon - An annotated bibliography. Technical Paper No. New Zealand Forest Servtce, Rotorua. pp. A. Shuochang, G. Yagang, Exploration of the high yield physiological regulation of Hevea brasiliensis in Xishuangbanna.

In: Proceedings of the IRRDB Symposium on Physiology and Exploitation of Hevea brasiliensis,Kuning, China, pp. 83–92, () Google Scholar