Journal #21

Journal #21


Cleofé E. Calderón (1929-2007)
Clark L.G., Judziewicz E.J., Londono X., Filgueiras T.S.; pp. 1-8

Trends in fiber characteristics of Nigerian grown bamboo and its effect on its impact and tensile strengths
Omobowale, M.O. and Ogedengbe, K.; pp. 9-13

Direct regeneration of shoots from immature inflorescences in Dendrocalamus asper (edible bamboo) leading to mass propagation
Sarita Arya, Richa Satsangi and I. D.Arya; pp. 14-20

Large scale plant production of edible bamboo Dendrocalamus asper through somatic embryogenesis.
Sarita Arya, R. Satsangi and I. D.Arya; pp. 21-31

Above ground biomass, production and carbon sequestration in farmer managed village bamboo grove in Assam, northeast India
Arun Jyoti Nath, Gitasree Das and Ashesh Kumar Das; pp. 32-40

A comparative study of nutrient components of freshly harvested, fermented and canned bamboo shoots of Dendrocalamus giganteus Munro
C. Nirmala, M.L. Sharma and David E.; pp. 41-47

Flowering in Chusquea riosaltensis (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae: Chusqueinae)
Fabricio Moreira, Pedro LageViana and Lynn G. Clark; pp. 48-52


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