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Guayule (Parthenium argentatum) and guayule rubber.

Harry P. Mills

Guayule (Parthenium argentatum) and guayule rubber.

by Harry P. Mills

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Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1911.

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Chapter 6. Genetic Improvement of Guayule (Parthenium argentatum A. Gray): An Alternative Rubber Crop. In. J. Al-Khayri (ed.). Advances in Plant Breeding Strategies: Industrial and Food Crops. Springer Nature Switzerland AG (Invited Book Chapter). p Guayule (Parthenium Argentatum Gray): A Rubber-Plant of the Chihuahuan Desert Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review Francis Ernest LloydBrand: Francis Ernest Lloyd.

Agriculture. Guayule cultivation. Seedling topper at work on guayule nursery beds. This machine mows the seedlings off to a uniform height for ease in digging and packing. The tops are collected in a bin on the machine and disposed of outside of the nursery. The tops are worthless for rubber production. This test method covers an immunological method to determine the amount of protein in Guayule Natural Rubber (GNR) and its products using rabbit antisera specific for Guayule Natural Rubber latex proteins. This immunoassay procedure quantitatively measures the level of GNR proteins in solution using an inhibition format. The samples may include but are not restricted to, gloves or other.

References []. Gray, A., Report on the United States and Mexican BoundaryBotany 2(1): USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program. Germplasm. Published in , this monograph on guayule (Parthenium argentatum Gray) has been reprinted in response to the present demand for all available information on rubber from plants other than Hevea. The studies here recorded were made in Mexico where the plant is native in the desert regions. It is noted in the historical account that there is evidence that pure rubber, probably derived from the Cited by:


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Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the 2/5(1). Buy Guayule Natural Rubber a Technical Publication With Emphasis on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Guayule was one as were euphorbias, milkweed, dandelions, and jojba. He is a semiretired chemist who does chemical information consulting and book reviews under the company name Buntrock.

Guayule is an evergreen shrub that originated in the arid Guayule book from the southwestern part of the USA to northern Mexico and therefore can be grown in environments totally different from those suited for para rubber trees (the current primary source of natural rubber (*1)).

Guayule ((Parthenium argentatum) is a small woody, flowering shrub native to the southwestern Guayule book States and northern Mexico. Latex can be produced from the bark of this plant. Unlike rubber produced from tropical plants, the latex in guayule is hypoallergenic, i.e., it does not contain certain proteins found in tropical plants that cause latex allergies.

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The processing guayule for latex and bulk rubber and simultaneous extraction of rubber and resin can be done by using mixed organic Book chapter: Phytoremediation. Chapter. Full-text available. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Guayule (Parthenium argentatum Gray), a rubber-plant of the Lloyd, Francis Ernest, View full catalog record.

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Saltillo, Coahuila, México: Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología, Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada:. Bridgestone will optimize guayule process technologies at its Biorubber Process Research Center in Mesa, Arlz., the tire maker said.

Versalis, for its part of the agreement, will lead product development activities to monetize not only guayule rubber, but also guayule resins Author: Miles Moore. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.

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Guayule (Parthenium argentatum Gray. Guayule, reencuentro en el desierto. BPR Guayule - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying Comportamiento anual Contact Dermatitis contenido de hule Continental Mexican Rubber corte crecimiento cual cultivo del guayule del hule deresinated dermatitis desarrollo desmonte diferentes efecto Emergency Rubber.

Guayule (Parthenium argentatum Gray) is an interesting alternative and renewable source of rubber/latex which has been used in the past. Guayule rubber and latex products are not available in the market largely because the raw material cost is higher than the current sources produced in South-East Asia and other tropical countries (Hevea brasiliensis).Author: Francisco M.

Jara, Katrina Cornish, Manuel Carmona. Guayule, a desert shrub, produces rubber free of allergenic proteins, which makes it useful for surgical gloves (Economist, b). Bell et al. () used prickly lettuce, which synthesizes long-chain natural rubber polymers similar to the polymers in natural rubber (Kantor, ), to determine the fundamental genetic and phenotypic.

Yulex Corporation applies crop science, bioprocessing and materials science for the production of agricultural-based biomaterials made from Guayule (Parthenium argentatum).The company’s materials are designed to replace traditional tropical- or petroleum-based rubber in consumer, industrial, and medical products, with the residual agricultural materials utilized as a feedstock for arters: Chandler, Arizona, U.S.This book chapter should help scientists and others identify those problems where further work is needed in the areas of guayule production, breeding, and product development research in order to move guayule commercialization forward.

"Provides the latest authoritative research on the developments, technology, and applications of rubbery materials. Presents structures, manufacturing techniques, and processing details for natural and synthetic rubbers, rubber-blends, rubber composites, and thermoplastic elastomers.

80% revised and rewritten material covers major advances since publication of the previous edition."5/5(1).