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Studies in hevea rubber. Part VI. Characteristics of rubber in latex of untapped trees and in branches of trees in regular tapping



Studies in hevea rubber. Part VI. Characteristics of rubber in latex of untapped trees and in branches of trees in regular tapping



J. Rubb. Res. Inst. Malaya. 13: Commun. 273, 10-23. bibl. 9



Parts I-V are concerned with the chemistry of rubber. Part VI states that the discovery that latex in some untapped trees and in the branches of some trees in regular tapping contains a high proportion of microgel enables important conclusions to be drawn as to the area of bark affected by tapping, since, when an untapped tree is brought into production, the microgel latex contained in a considerable area of the tree is replaced by normal latex.

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