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From the latex of the opium poppy the opium of commerce is extracted.

Rubber of various qualities is now made from the latex of the Jelutong tree.

The latex is poured into the dabree, where it naturally coagulates into sheets.

Often a touch is sufficient to upset the balance, and latex is lost.

(g) Nature of transport; agitation of the latex to be reduced to a minimum.

In the collection of latex some of this dirt may fall into the bucket.

It is there recommended that for latex standardised to a level of 11⁄2 lbs.

Equal regard must be given to the mixture of the solution with the latex.

Here the factor involved is the rubber-content of the latex.

(b) Others which may arise after the arrival of the latex at the factory.

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