From Archive

J. Bamboo and Rattan, Vol.07. Nos.3 - 4(2008)

S.No. Article Authors Pages    
1 Macroscopic aspects and physical properties of Dendrocalamus asper Backer for composite panels. Malanit, P; Barbu, M.C; Liese, W; Fr├╝hwald, A 151-163
2 The Philippine bamboo and rattan industries: changing structure and the implications for market competitiveness and policy. Pabuayon, I.M 165-176
3 Chemical products traceability on treated bamboo. Beraldo, A.L; Ferreira, C.S.G 177-182
4 Investigation on physical and mechanical properties of some Myanmar bamboo species. Khin Maung Sint; Hapla, F; Cho Cho Myint 183-192
5 Hygiene pads from natural fiber: a feasibility study on two Indian bamboos. Preet Tyagi; Singh, D.K; Tyagi, V.K; Amita Malik; Diwan, R.K; Niyogi, U.K; Khandal, R.K 193-200
6 In vitro clonal propagation of 10-year-old clumps of Bambusa nutans. Suman Yadav; Pradeep Patel; Fatima Shirin; Yogeshwar Mishra; Ansari, S.A 201-210
7 Distribution pattern of Dendrocalamus strictus in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. Amit Kumar; Uniyal, S.K 211-217
8 Aboveground biomass and productivity appraisal of four important bamboo species growing along different altitudinal regimes in Arunachal Pradesh. Upadhyaya, K; Arunachalam, A; Arunachalam, K; Das, A.K 219-234
9 Leaf phenology and biomass function of Bambusa cacharemis R. Majumder in subtropical humid climate of Assam, Northeast India. Nath, A.J; Das, A.K 235-242
10 Bambusa vulgaris in Ghana: chemical composition and phytochemical properties for enhanced utilization. Tekpetey, S.L; Darkwa, N.A; Frimpong-Mensah, K 243-249
11 Culm, foliage, rhizome, root and inflorescence diseases of bamboos in Kerala, India and their management. Mohanan, C 251-269
12 Field performance of treated green bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris Schrad. ex J.C. Wendl. var. vulgaris Hort.) with extracts from neem. Antwi-Boasiako, C; Abubakari, A 271-280