In 1930 and 1931 some plants growing in the vicinity of Clemson, South Carolina, were collected and analyzed for the presence of rubber. The plants were collected and identified by M. A. Rice, the chemical tests being made by the other two authors. The results are presented below. The figures given at the right show the percentage of rubber in each case. All determinations were made on a basis of air-dry weight.

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