Journal #24

Journal #24



Carbon Flux and Carbon Stock in a Bamboo Stand and their Relevance for Mitigating Climate Change
Raimund Düking, Johan Gielis and Walter Liese; pp.  1-6

Changes of Cell Wall Polysaccharides of Moso Bamboos of Four Different Ages
Zhi-Ming Liu, Nai-Xiang Jiang, Hai-Qing Ren and Yan-Li Ma; pp.  7-13

Chusquea mayrae (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae), a new species of montane forest bamboo
from Costa Rica
Amanda E. Fisher, Christopher D. Tyrrell and Lynn G. Clark; pp.  14-18

Antioxidant and pharmaceutical potential of bamboo leaves
Poonam Singhal, Santosh Satya and P. Sudhakar; pp.  19-28

Aphids as major pests of Bamboos in nurseries of South India and association of potential
biocontrol agents
Revathi T.G and O.K.Remadevi; pp.  29-34

Traditional utilization of village bamboos among the tea tribes of Barak Valley, northeast India
Arun Jyoti Nath, Paramita Bhattacharjee, Subrata Nandy and Ashesh Kumar Das; pp.  35-44


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