Journal #19

Journal #19


Distribution of starch in the culms of Bambusa bambos (L.) Voss and its influence on borer damage
Bhat, K.V., Varma, R.V., Raju Paduvil, Pandalai, R.C., and Santhoshkumar, R.; pp. 1-4

A new species of Chusquea sect. Longifoliae from Ecuador
Lynn G. Clark and David A. Losure; pp. 5-10

Aulonemia dinirensis (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae) a new dwarf Venezuelan species from the easternmost Andean páramos
Emmet J. Judziewicz and Ricarda Riina; pp. 11-15

Developmental anatomy of the fiber in Phyllostachys edulis culm
Gan Xiaohong and Ding Yulong; pp. 16-22

Soluble carbohydrates and acid invertases involved in the rapid growth of developing culms in Sasa palmata (Bean) Camus
E. Magel, S. Kruse, G. Lütje and W. Liese; pp. 23-29

Contemporary size maxima of Arundinaria gigantea (Walt.) Muhl.
Steven G. Platt, Christopher G. Brantley and Thomas R. Rainwater; pp. 30-31

F.A. McClure’s photos of the type collection of Chusquea robusta; p. 32


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