Journal #23

Journal #23

2010

Bamboo based agroforestry systems to reclaim degraded hilly tracts (jhum) land in North Eastern India: study on uses, species diversity, distribution, and growth performance of Melocanna bacciferaD. hamiltoniiD. longispathus and Bambusa tulda in natural stands and in stands managed on a sustainable basis
L.K. Jha; pp. 1-28

Bamboo diversity and utilization in Balinese rituals at Angsri Village, Bali, Indonesia
I. B.K. Arinasa; pp. 29-37

Notes on Melocanna baccifera and bamboo brakes in the Rakhine Hills of western Myanmar
Steven G. Platt, Win Ko Ko, Khin Myo Myo, Lay Lay Khaing, Kalyar Platt, Aung Maung, and Thomas R. Rainwater; pp. 38-48

Floristic composition and phytosociology of a temperate bamboo stand in Eastern Himalaya, India
L.B. Singha, M.L. Khan and R.S. Tripathi; pp. 49-56

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