Biochemical regulation of rubber biosynthesis in guayule ( Parthenium argentatum Gray )

@inproceedings{Cornish2005BiochemicalRO,
  title={Biochemical regulation of rubber biosynthesis in guayule ( Parthenium argentatum Gray )},
  author={Katrina Cornish and Deborah J. Scott},
  year={2005}
}
Natural rubber is an irreplaceable raw material vital to industry, transportation, medicine and defense. It is largely produced from clonal plantations of Hevea brasiliensisin southeastern Asia. Temperate-zone rubber-producing crops are greatly desired to increase biodiversity, protect supplies, and provide a safe natural-rubber alternative for the large numbers of people suffering from Type I latex allergy to proteins in latex products. Parthenium argentatum(guayule) is currently under… CONTINUE READING