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Kok-saghyz rubber production program

by United States. Forest Service

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Published .
Written in English

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    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Plant Industry, United States. Bureau of Agricultural Chemistry and Engineering
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 pages
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27324074M
    OCLC/WorldCa1110425563

      Natural rubber is a kind of indispensable biopolymers with great use and strategic importance in human society. However, its production relies almost exclusively on rubber-producing plants Hevea brasiliensis, which have high requirements for growth conditions, and the mechanism of natural rubber biosynthesis remains largely the past two decades, details of the rubber   sufficiently to meet accelerating natural rubber global demands due to economic and ecological constraints. Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TK), an alternative sources of high quality rubber,is an obligate outcrossing dandelion species which can be cultivated as an annual. Additionally, TK is adapted to grow in a wider range of temperate ://

    Source: [1] The past literatures were later interacted the rubber production with dynamic and recursive manner of demand. Demand was set by the expected rubber price, as well as the income level   Abstract. Among the more than plant species known to synthesize rubber, guayule, Hevea and Taraxacum kok-saghyz produce commercial grade rubber and latex. Guayule (Parthenium argentatum A. Gray), originates from the Southern Texas and Northern Mexico deserts, and is receiving wide attention as a natural rubber crop that could successfully grow in arid and semiarid ://

      Continental is working on using Taraxacum kok-saghyz, commonly known as the Russian dandelion, as an NR substitute under the trade name "Taraxagum." Goodyear also is studying the plant through the Program for Excellence in Natural Rubber Alternatives, sponsored by Ohio State ://   Taraxacum kok-saghyz, more commonly called TKS or Russian dandelions, is often spoken of as an experimental source of natural rubber, but in fact it has been cultivated for close to a century, according to Daniel Swiger, president and CEO of Kultevat Inc. "We need a domestic source of natural rubber," Swiger ://


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Kok-saghyz rubber production program by United States. Forest Service Download PDF EPUB FB2

Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TKS; Russian dandelion) is a perennial, diploid species that produces large quantities of rubber throughout the plant, especially in its roots. Initial attempts at developing TKS into a viable source of natural rubber were prompted by limited access to rubber To compare the production of rubber from these three sources, the full cycles of plant establishment and production must be considered.

For the production of hevea NR, there is a period of seven years for establishment, after which yields range from to kg dry rubber/ha/yr for up to 25 years (Mak et al.,van Beilen and Poirier ; Loren G Polhamus was one of the leading authorities on rubber and rubber production, having spent over 50 years with the USDA, from his studies of Castilla trees in haiti in to having served as the Head Agriculturist in Charge of the Rubber Crops Section ; he also served as the Town Council President of Chevy Chase, Maryland from Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TK) is a rubber-producing dandelion being developed as an alternative to the traditional source of NR.

In order to improve the value of this crop and make it competitive with   Excerpt from Russian Dandelion (Kok-Saghys): An Emergency Source of Natural Rubber. Inasmuch as no kok-saghyz had been grown in this country before early and as almost no background information about the grow ing Of kok-saghyz for rubber production was available, the value Of recording detailed data Was recognized when the Emergency Rubber Project was :// 1.

Introduction. Russian dandelion (Taraxacum koksaghyz L. Rodin, Tks), also named Kazakh dandelion or Buckeye Gold, belongs to the worldwide spread genus of Taraxacum and is considered as a promising candidate for the domestic rubber and inulin production in many countries worldwide e.g.

Russia, Canada, United States and Germany (Krotkov, ; Whaley and Bowen, ; Ulmann, ; Van 1. Introduction. Natural rubber is a critical resource that is commercially produced by Hevea (Hevea brasiliensis), a tree that has narrow genetic diversity, long breeding cycles and is restricted to specific tropical countries (Lieberei, ).Changes in landscape usage towards the production of more labor-efficient crops such as palm oil trees in these countries have contributed to unstable   The Russian dandelion Taraxacum kok-saghyz Rodin (TKS), a member of the Composite family and a potential alternative source of natural rubber (NR) and inulin, is an ideal model system for studying rubber biosynthesis.

Here we present the draft genome of TKS, the first assembled NR-producing weed plant. The draft TKS genome assembly has a length of Gb, contain The rubber grass Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TKS) contains large amounts of natural rubber (cis-1,4-polyisoprene) in its enlarged roots and it is an alternative crop source of natural rubber.

Natural rubber biosynthesis (NRB) and storage in the mature roots of TKS is a cascade process involving many genes, proteins and their cofactors. The TKS genome has just been annotated and many NRB-related 1. Introduction.

Natural rubber (cis-1, 4-polyisoprene) is a vitally important and renewable raw material used in the manufacturing of industrial and medical quality natural rubber is a uniform high molecular weight polymer (i.e., > kilodaltons (kDa) or kilograms per mole (kg/mol)) that cannot be replaced by synthetics in most :// Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TK, Rubber Dandelion) is notable for its ability to produce high molecular weight rubber in its roots and promise as an alternative source of natural rubber.

In order to accelerate the domestication of TK, we have established a simple strategy to deploy CRISPR/Cas9 in this ://   Natural rubber is polyisoprene, usually of high molecular weight, produced by biosynthesis in plants. This natural product has been used since Mesoamerican games played with rubber balls as early as BC, and today is a critical raw material in thousands of industrial The Russian dandelion Taraxacum kok-saghyz Rodin (TKS), a member of the Composite family and a potential alternative source of natural rubber (NR) and inulin, is an ideal model system for studying Hybridization potential between the rubber dandelion T araxacum kok-saghyz and common dandelion Taraxacum of fi cinale.

Ecosphere 9(2):e /ecs Natural rubber (NR) is currently sourced from a single species Hevea brasiliensis, which is primarily grown in Southeast Asia and Africa. The Taraxacum kok-saghyz (L.E. Rodin) (TK) plant, which grows in temperate climates and has NR in its roots, has been identified as an additional source for NR in the future.

A major challenge to TK becoming a crop is direct :// Synonyms for kok-saghyz in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for kok-saghyz. 3 synonyms for kok-saghyz: kok-sagyz, Russian dandelion, Taraxacum kok-saghyz. What are synonyms for kok-saghyz.

One of those projects was a study of the potential yield of seed and rubber from a Russian dandelion, Taraxacum-kok-saghyz. When the Japanese cut off most of the world’s supply of natural rubber, the United States Forest Service and the Bureau of Plant Industry initiated an emergency rubber project to explore the potential of growing rubber ?paged=2.

The rubber grass Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TKS) contains large amounts of natural rubber (cis-1,4-polyisoprene) in its enlarged roots and it is an alternative crop source of natural rubber.

Natural rubber biosynthesis (NRB) and storage in the mature roots of TKS is a cascade process involving many genes, proteins and their :// Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TK) is a potential alternative crop for natural rubber (NR) production, due to its high molecular weight rubber, short breeding cycle, and diverse environmental :// One of those projects was a study of the potential yield of seed and rubber from a Russian dandelion, Taraxacum-kok-saghyz.

When the Japanese cut off most of the world’s supply of natural rubber, the United States Forest Service and the Bureau of Plant Industry initiated an emergency rubber project to explore the potential of growing rubber ?p=.

Natural rubber (NR) is a nonfungible and valuable biopolymer, used to manufacture ~50 rubber products, including tires and medical t production of NR is derived entirely from the para rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis).The increasing demand for NR, coupled with limitations and vulnerability of H.

brasiliensis production systems, has induced increasing interest among scientists Taraxacum kok-saghyz R. (Tks) is a promising alternative species to Hevea brasiliensis for production of high quality natural rubber (NR). A comparative transcriptome analysis of plants with differential production of NR will contribute to elucidate which genes are involved in the synthesis, regulation and accumulation of this natural polymer   Consecutive extraction of latex and natural rubber from the roots of rubber-bearing plants such as Taraxacum kok-saghyz (TKS), Scorzonera tau-saghyz (STS), and Scorzonera Uzbekistanica (SU) were carried out.

Latex extraction was carried via two methods: Blender method and Flow method. The results of latex extraction were compared. Cultivated rubber-bearing plants contained slightly ?src=recsys.