Definition of Pará rubber tree

1. Noun. Deciduous tree of the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers having leathery leaves and fragrant yellow-white flowers; it yields a milky juice that is the chief source of commercial rubber.




Definition of Pará rubber tree

1. Noun. ''Hevea brasiliensis'', the rubber tree. ¹

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Literary usage of Pará rubber tree

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1. The Indian Forester (1894)
"Tapping of a Para Rubber Tree in Ceylon. A recent despatch from the Secretary of State gives an account of t!ie tapping: of a Para Rubber tree in the ..."

2. The Indian Forester (1899)
"Very considerable attention has been, and is being, paid to the Para rubber tree by Mr. Willis, Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Peradeniya, ..."

3. Industrial and Commerrcial Geography by Joseph Russell Smith (1913)
"_ ^ The Para Rubber Tree.4»The Para rubber tree, known as the Hevea, reaches 2 or 3 feet in diameter, and 60 feet in height. It requires a rainfall of 80 to ..."

4. Industrial and Commerrcial Geography by Joseph Russell Smith (1913)
"The Para Rubber Tree.—The Para rubber tree, known as ;he Hevea, reaches 2 or 3 feet in diameter, and 60 feet in leight. It requires a rainfall of 80 to 120 ..."

5. Modern Industrial Progress by Charles Henry Cochrane (1904)
"What is known as Para rubber is regarded as the best, being named from a province in Brazil whence it is obtained. The Para rubber-tree (Hci'ca ..."

6. Tree Planting in Natal by Thomas Robertson Sim (1905)
"It has been supposed thus far that the climatic and cultural requirements of the Para Rubber tree (Hevea) and the Central American Rubber tree (Castilla) ..."

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