Journal #15

Journal #15


Reproductive Biology of Ochlandra scriptoria, an Endemic Reed Bamboo of the Western Ghats, India
K. C. Koshy and D. Harikumar; pp. 1 – 7

Arundinaria alpina in Mount Elgon National Park, Uganda
Wandui Clet Masiga, J.F.O. Esegu and G.C.M. Mwambu; pp. 8 – 13

Diversification and endemism in Andean woody bamboos (Poaceae: Bambusoideae)
Lynn G. Clark; pp. 14 – 19

Bamboo and cane resources of Arunachal Pradesh: Utilization pattern and implications for management
T.C. Upreti and R.C. Sundriyal; pp. 20 – 34

Field identification key to the native bamboos of Kerala, India
Muktesh Kumar, M. Remesh and Stephen Sequiera; pp. 35 – 47

A brief note on the forage value of Apoclada species
Gerald F. Guala; p. 48


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