Journal #25

Journal #25

2012

An Updated Tribal and Subtribal Classification of the Bamboos (Poaceae: Bambusoideae)
Bamboo Phylogeny Group; pp.  1-10

Visualisation of endophytic bacteria in Phyllostachys sp. and Fargesia sp.
Olena V. Moshynets, Svetlana P. Shpylova, Vitalii A. Kordium, Geert Potters; pp.  11-18

Identification of endophytic bacteria in Phyllostachys sp. and Fargesia sp.
Olena V. Moshynets, Judicaëlle Brunet, Geert Potters; pp.  19-26

Investigation on optimisation of kiln drying for the bamboo species Bambusa stenostachyaDendrocalamus asper and Thyrsostachys siamensis
Thi Kim Hong Tang, Johannes Welling, Thuy Dung Ho, Walter Liese; pp.   27-35

Flowering, reproductive biology and post flowering behaviour of
Dendrocalamus sikkimensis Gamble, in Kerala, India
Jijeesh, C.M., K.K. Seethalakshmi, Raveendran V.P.; pp.  36-42

Traditional uses of bamboos among the Karbis, a hill tribe of India
Robindra Teron and S. K. Borthakur ; pp. 43-49

The IXthWorld Bamboo Congress 2012
Johan Gielis ; pp. 50-52

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