Definition of Guayule

1. Noun. Much-branched subshrub with silvery leaves and small white flowers of Texas and northern Mexico; cultivated as a source of rubber.

Exact synonyms: Parthenium Argentatum
Group relationships: Genus Parthenium, Parthenium
Generic synonyms: Subshrub, Suffrutex

Definition of Guayule

1. a shrub that is a source of rubber [n -S]

Guayule Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Guayule Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Guayule

guarinoite
guarish
guarished
guarishes
guarri
guarriboom
guarris
guars
guatemala grass
guatita
guava
guava bush
guavas
guayabera
guayaberas
guayule (current term)
guayules
gub
gub'mint
gubbah
gubbahs
gubberment
gubbins
gubbinses
gubernacula
gubernacular canal
gubernacular cord
gubernaculum
gubernaculum dentis
gubernaculum testis

Literary usage of Guayule

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Rubber by Philip Schidrowitz (1911)
"CHAPTER VII INDUSTRIAL RUBBERS I TAKE the liberty of applying the generic term " Industrial " to rubbers—such as those obtained from the guayule shrub and ..."

2. The Gardens' Bulletin, Singapore by Botanic Gardens (Singapore (1907)
"guayule Rubber. The invention of a practical method of extracting the rubber from the guayule plant of Northern Mexico has lead to over- sanguine estimates ..."

3. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1916)
"(The end) PARTHENIUM LLOYDII, A NEW MEXICAN guayule BY HARLEY HARRIS BARTLETT In the summer of 1909 Prof. FE Lloyd referred to the writer for study and ..."

4. Rubber Machinery: An Encyclopedia of Machines Used in Rubber Manufacture by Henry Clemens Pearson (1915)
"THE extraction of rubber from guayule shrubs, vines ¡nul and gutta from ... The ordinary process for extracting guayule from the shrub as follows: The bales ..."

5. Industrial Mexico: 1919 Facts and Figures by Philip Harvey Middleton (1919)
"guayule rubber. Rubber factories. Cattle industry. Sisal. Vine culture. New developments. Irrigation. MEXICO is more richly endowed with agricultural ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Guayule

Search for Guayule on Dictionary.com!Search for Guayule on Thesaurus.com!Search for Guayule on Google!Search for Guayule on Wikipedia!

Search