Journal #28

Journal #28


Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from bamboo: Exploring patterns of diversity across species
A. N. Melnychenko and T. N. Rosenstiel; pp. 1-9

The effect of light intensity and temperature on the chlorophyll fluorescence of Phyllostachys aureosulcata bamboo plants under controlled growth chamber conditions
D. Van Goethem, A. Van Elst, S. De Smedt, R. Valckb, G. Potters, R. Samson; pp. 10-22

Bamboo mat making and its contribution to the rural livelihood of women in South Meghalaya, India
M. B. Lynser, B. K. Tiwari, B. Nongbri and E. Kharlyngdoh; pp. 23-31

Cytokinin dynamics in cell suspension cultures of Bambusa balcooa Roxburgh using UPLC-ESI/MS/MS
S. Van den Akker, P. Bormans, H. Peeters, E. Prinsen, J. Gielis; pp. 32-39

Book Review: Bamboo – The plant and its uses
J. Gielis; p. 40


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