Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-95) and indexes.
|Other titles||37 bamboos growing in India.|
|Statement||by S.S.R. Bennet & R.C. Gaur ; plates by P.N. Sharma.|
|Contributions||Gaur, R. C., Sharma, P. N., Forest Research Institute (Simla, India)|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G74 B37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||94903648|
Thirty seven bamboos growing in India. Dehradun: Forest Research Institute; Bhattacharya S, Das M, Bar R, Pal A. Morphological and molecular characterization of Bambusa tulda with a note on flowering. Ann Bot. ; – doi: /aob/mcl [PMC free article]Cited by: Bamboos Growing in India’ consisting of information primarily concerning physical and botanical properties of thirty-seven important bamboo species found in India, and. Thirty Seven Bamboos Growing in India Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun, Robert Bradshaw Bamboos in Nepal - A Management Guide , The Book of Bamboo Sierra Club Books, San Francisco, CA, , ISBN , X (pbk.) Jinhe Fu. Thirty seven Bamboos growing in India. India: Forest Research Institute; p. Chatterjee RN, Raizada MB. Culm sheaths as an aid to identification of Bamboos. Indian Forester. ;89(11)– Triplett J, Clark LG. Ambiguity and an American bamboo:The Chusquea culeouspecies complex.
Thirty seven bamboos growing in India. Ben-zhi, Z., Mao-yi Fu, Jin-zhong X., Xiao-sheng Y., Zheng-cai Li, (). Ecological Functions of Bamboo Forest: Research and Application. On a conservative estimate the forest area with bamboos in India is about m ha which is nearly % of the total forest area of 75 m ha. Bamboo areas in the States of Arunachal Pradesh have 19 km 2, Assam 10 km 2, Manipur km 2, Tripura km 2 and West Bengal km 2 (Chakraborty ). An invaluable resource for any bamboo farmer, the book is loaded with practical information on the growing, harvesting and marketing of bamboo for myriad purposes. Books on BAMBOO HISTORY For the real bamboo enthusiast or scholar, there is an abundance of literature out there on the 7,year (give or take) history of bamboo. Bamboo Farming. Introduction to Bamboo Farming: Bamboo is one of the commercially cultivated crops in India and this is considered as a “poor man’s timber”.India is a second largest producer of bamboo next to China in the world. In Asia, bamboo is the most integrated part of the culture and used as wood substitute.
“Thirty Seven Bamboos Growing in India” by Bennet & Gaur () aided with the colour paintings by P. Sharma of the bamboos growing in FRI Dehradun arboretum is a useful attempt for field. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Phylogenetic relationships among 15 bamboo species were evaluated using 32 key morphological descriptors and polymorphic loci of the genomic DNA generated using randomly Gaur, R.C.: Thirty-seven Bamboos Growing in India.-Controller of Publications, Government of India, New Delhi Google Scholar. Brown-Guedira, G.L., Thompson, J.A. The forest area, over which bamboos occur in India, on a conservative estimate, is million hectares, which constitutes about % of the total area under forests (Bahadur and Verma ). Out of the 22 genera in India, 19 are indigenous and three exotic. The annual production of bamboo in India is about million tonnes; about