1. A bamboo charcoal production method to reduce cycle time and increase yield [Vol.06. No.1 - 2 (2007)]
  2. A bamboo germplasm collection for community development in Central Yunnan, China [Vol.02. No.1 (2003)]
  3. A case study on the effects of irrigation and fertilization on soil water and soil nutrient status, and on growth and yield of bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) shoots [Vol.02. No.3 (2003)]
  4. A first report of the Bamboo weevil Cyrtotrachelus sp. as a serious pest of Managa bamboo Dendrocalamus stocksii (Munro) in Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra, India [Vol.16. No.1 (2017)]
  5. A new culm rot disease of bamboo in India and its management [Vol.04. No.4 (2005)]
  6. A note on culm yield and above ground biomass of Gigantochloa levis raised by tissue culture and branch cuttings planting materials [Vol.01. No.3 (2002)]
  7. A review of the current state of knowledge on Pseudoxytenanthera ritchiei- a lesser known bamboo species with high utilization potential from Peninsular India [Vol.21. No.4 (2022)]
  8. A Review on Molecular Studies of Rattans, with Special Attention to the Genus Calamus (Arecaceae) [Vol.16. No.3 (2017)]
  9. A study on the status of incense stick making in Tripura, Northeast, India. [Vol.15. No.1 - 4 (2016)]
  10. Aboveground biomass and productivity appraisal of four important bamboo species growing along different altitudinal regimes in Arunachal Pradesh. [Vol.07. No.3 - 4 (2008)]
  11. Aboveground biomass production and nutrient allocation of Melocanna baccifera (Roxb) Nees in natural forests [Vol.09. No.1 - 2 (2010)]
  12. Amelioration of durability of bamboo through copper-chromeboron by different treatment processes. [Vol.07. No.1 - 2 (2008)]
  13. Amylolytic breakdown of storage starch in felled bamboo culms during post-harvest period [Vol.06. No.1 - 2 (2007)]
  14. An Additional note on Morphology and Stem Anatomy of Calamus meghalayensis Henderson [Vol.20. No.4 (2021)]
  15. Analysis of mechanical and anatomical properties of two bamboo species – Thyrostachys siamensis Gamble and Dendrocalamus strictus (Roxb.) Nees (Poaceae) [Vol.21. No.4 (2022)]
  16. Analysis of morphological traits between plantation-grown and wild palasan canes (Calamus merrillii Becc.) using cluster analysis. [Vol.07. No.1 - 2 (2008)]
  17. Anatomical and Physical Characteristics of Three Species of Schizostachyum from Nagaland, India [Vol.19. No.4 (2020)]
  18. Anatomical changes during culm maturation in Bambusa bambos (L.) Voss and Dendrocalamus strictus Nees [Vol.02. No.2 (2003)]
  19. Anatomical traits of woody bamboos useful for taxonomic identification: a case study in neotropical species. [Vol.07. No.1 - 2 (2008)]
  20. Anatomical, physical and strength properties of Shizostachyum brachycladum (buluh lemeng) [Vol.10. No.3 - 4 (2011)]
  21. Application of organic fertilisers on natural stand bamboos for sustainable management in peninsular Malaysia. [Vol.03. No.4 (2004)]
  22. Assessment of genetic diversity in Calamus vattayila Renuka(Arecaceae) using ISSR markers. [Vol.15. No.1 - 4 (2016)]
  23. Assessment of Soil organic carbon stocks in Dendrocalamus stocksii and Dendrocalamus strictus plantations in three different agro-climatic zones [Vol.18. No.3 (2019)]
  24. Assessment of some physical and mechanical properties of Golla bet (Daemonorops jenkinsiana) from north-eastern region of Bangladesh [Vol.03. No.3 (2004)]
  25. Assessment of termite infestation in six industrially important bamboo species in semiarid tracts of Karnataka, India [Vol.09. No.3 - 4 (2010)]
  26. Bamboo (Bambusa bambos) resource development in home gardens in Kerala State in India: need for scientific clump management and harvesting techniques [Vol.04. No.3 (2005)]
  27. Bamboo and cane resources utilization and conservation in the Apatani plateau, Arunachal Pradesh, India: implications for management [Vol.01. No.3 (2002)]
  28. Bamboo and fungi. [Vol.12. No.1 - 4 (2013)]
  29. Bamboo and rattan products and trade [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  30. Bamboo and rattan: working to reduce poverty. [Vol.03. No.4 (2004)]
  31. Bamboo as a building material alternative for Western Europe? A study of the environmental performance, costs and bottlenecks of the use of bamboo (products) in Western Europe [Vol.02. No.3 (2003)]
  32. Bamboo as a sustainable building material for meeting housing needs in East Africa: a value chain case study in Ethiopia [Vol.10. No.1 - 2 (2011)]
  33. Bamboo as carbon sink - fact or fiction? [Vol.08. No.3 - 4 (2009)]
  34. Bamboo composites: Material of the future [Vol.01. No.2 (2002)]
  35. Bamboo for housing in Ghana: challenges and prospects for the future. [Vol.13. No.3 - 4 (2014)]
  36. Bamboo growth assessment related to soil suitability [Vol.01. No.1 (2002)]
  37. Bamboo handicraft industry in Kerala, India: value addition and production technology [Vol.06. No.3 - 4 (2007)]
  38. Bamboo housing: market potential for low-income groups [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  39. Bamboo livelihood development planning, monitoring and analysis through GIS and remote sensing [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  40. Bamboo lumber – an innovative sustainable raw material and an accelerated weathering study for establishing its durability [Vol.21. No.2 (2022)]
  41. Bamboo production chain in Ecuador [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  42. Bamboo Resource Scenario in the North - Eastern Part of KarbiAnglong District, Assam: A Case Study [Vol.20. No.1 (2021)]
  43. Bamboo resources of Manipur: an overview for management and conservation [Vol.02. No.1 (2003)]
  44. Bamboo resources, enterprises and trade development opportunities for livelihood development and poverty reduction in Mozambique [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  45. Bamboo resources, uses and trade: the future? [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  46. Bamboo shoot utilization in peninsular Malaysia: a case study in Pahang [Vol.01. No.2 (2002)]
  47. Bamboo solution to problems [Vol.01. No.2 (2002)]
  48. Bamboo Spreading Impacts as a Watershed Conservation Strategy in Upstream Area of Three Big Rivers of Sumatra [Vol.21. No.3 (2022)]
  49. Bamboo: Its prospects as food and medicine [Vol.09. No.1 - 2 (2010)]
  50. Bamboo: need for a new research agenda [Vol.01. No.4 (2002)]
  51. Bamboo: Technology Innovations Towards Value-Added Applications [Vol.20. No.4 (2021)]
  52. Bamboo-glue interface thermography for non-destructive testing. [Vol.08. No.3 - 4 (2009)]
  53. Bamboo-precocious wood composite beams: bending capacity for long-term loading [Vol.04. No.1 (2005)]
  54. Bamboo-precocious wood composite beams: theoretical prediction of the bending behaviour [Vol.03. No.2 (2004)]
  55. Bambusa bambos (L.) Voss plantation in eastern India: I. Culm recruitment, dry matter dynamics and carbon flux [Vol.05. No.1 - 2 (2006)]
  56. Bambusa bambos (L.) Voss plantation in eastern India: II. Nutrient dynamics [Vol.05. No.3 - 4 (2006)]
  57. Bambusa vulgaris in Ghana: chemical composition and phytochemical properties for enhanced utilization. [Vol.07. No.3 - 4 (2008)]
  58. Basic density and strength properties of cultivated Calamus manan [Vol.03. No.1 (2004)]
  59. Basic Working Stress for Naturally Grown Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) [Vol.19. No.4 (2020)]
  60. Benefit-cost analysis of bamboo in comparison with other crops in mixed cropping home gardens in Kerala State, India [Vol.03. No.2 (2004)]
  61. Biomass and carbon stock in bamboo forest of Manipur, North East India. [Vol.11. No.1 - 4 (2012)]
  62. Biomass estimation of Bambusa tulda grown at Eastern Terai, Nepal [Vol.04. No.1 (2005)]
  63. Bleaching of Bambusa tulda sticks for handicrafts [Vol.06. No.3 - 4 (2007)]
  64. Bonding characteristics of Gigantochloa scortechinii [Vol.03. No.1 (2004)]
  65. Briquetting of rattan furniture waste [Vol.03. No.2 (2004)]
  66. Building a successful Bamboo based Community: A case study of Kerala State Bamboo Corporation Limited, Kerala, India [Vol.17. No.2 (2018)]
  67. Can Dendrocalamus stocksii (Munro.) be the ideal multipurpose bamboo species for domestication in Peninsular India? [Vol.15. No.1 - 4 (2016)]
  68. Carbon Stock Assessment of Bambusa vulgaris stands in a regenerating secondary rainforest, Thirty-four years after Ground fire in Ile-Ife, Nigeria [Vol.17. No.1 (2018)]
  69. Cell-wall degradation and nutrient release pattern in decomposing leaf litter of Bambusa tulda Roxb. and Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees. in a bamboo-based agroforestry system in north-east India [Vol.04. No.3 (2005)]
  70. Changes in N, P and K content in the culms of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees and Melocanna baccifera (Roxb.) Kurz during different phases of life cycle [Vol.16. No.1 (2017)]
  71. Characteristics of three western Nigerian rattan species in relation to their utilisation as construction material [Vol.03. No.1 (2004)]
  72. Characterization and property evaluation of low-cost electrically conductive bamboo charcoal from Dendrocalamus sericeus Munro. [Vol.22. No.1 (2023)]
  73. Chemical composition and potential for utilization of Dendrocalamus barbatus. [Vol.07. No.1 - 2 (2008)]
  74. Chemical products traceability on treated bamboo. [Vol.07. No.3 - 4 (2008)]
  75. Chemical resistance and tensile properties of polycarbonate (PC) toughened epoxy-bamboo fibre composites: surface modification, varied fibre lengths and varied fibre orientations [Vol.06. No.3 - 4 (2007)]
  76. China's experience in trade statistics on bamboo and rattan [Vol.02. No.4 (2003)]
  77. Clonal propagation of Bambusa vulgaris Schrad. ex Wendl. through adventitious rhizogenesis in mini cuttings [Vol.16. No.4 (2017)]
  78. Commercial edible bamboo species and their market potentiality in three Indian tribal states of the North Eastern Himalayan Region [Vol.02. No.2 (2003)]
  79. Commercial edible bamboo species of the North-Eastern Himalayan Region, India. Part I: Young shoot sales. [Vol.03. No.4 (2004)]
  80. Commercial edible bamboo species of the North-Eastern Himalayan region, India. Part II: Fermented, roasted and boiled bamboo shoots sales [Vol.04. No.1 (2005)]
  81. Comparative Study of the Morphological and Physical Properties of Juvenile and Matured Bambusa vulgaris Shrad. ex. JC Wendl Culms from Ghana [Vol.20. No.3 (2021)]
  82. Comparison of yield and quality of bamboo charcoal produced by external heating employing metal drum retort [Vol.09. No.1 - 2 (2010)]
  83. Comparison of yield and quality of bamboo charcoal produced by traditional methods [Vol.05. No.3 - 4 (2006)]
  84. Conception and feasibility of bamboo-precocious wood composite beams [Vol.02. No.3 (2003)]
  85. Conservation of Pseudoxytenanthera ritcheyii in the forests of Kerala and potential for its cultivation outside forests. [Vol.08. No.1 - 2 (2009)]
  86. Consumption value and income potential of bamboo in the Philippines: evidence from selected areas and case studies [Vol.03. No.3 (2004)]
  87. Contrasting spatial patterns of distribution of genetic diversity in two important bamboo species in the Central Western Ghats, India. [Vol.07. No.1 - 2 (2008)]
  88. Creep behaviour of Bambusa blumeana in bending [Vol.06. No.1 - 2 (2007)]
  89. Culm dynamics, carbon sequestration and potential for electrical energy from Dendrocalamus strictus Nees plantation in South-eastern Bihar, India [Vol.06. No.3 - 4 (2007)]
  90. Culm, foliage, rhizome, root and inflorescence diseases of bamboos in Kerala, India and their management. [Vol.07. No.3 - 4 (2008)]
  91. Design of experimentation and application of methodology of engineering experimentation for investigation of processing torque, energy and time required in bamboo processing [Vol.09. No.1 - 2 (2010)]
  92. Destructive and non-destructive evaluation of bamboo chips - Portland cement composite [Vol.06. No.1 - 2 (2007)]
  93. Developing cement bonded particleboard from Bambusa balcooa and Bambusa vulgaris [Vol.09. No.3 - 4 (2010)]
  94. Development of bamboo laminates from Bambusa balcooa and Bambusa vulgaris, two native species of Bangladesh. [Vol.08. No.3 - 4 (2009)]
  95. Development of gas fired boiler for preservative treatment of sympodial bamboo species in Ghana. [Vol.07. No.1 - 2 (2008)]
  96. Development of rattan sector under Community Forestry enterprises in Nepal: future direction [Vol.06. No.1 - 2 (2007)]
  97. Development of regional bamboo markets in India through community based market information services. [Vol.08. No.3 - 4 (2009)]
  98. Development of the bamboo sector in Ecuador: harnessing the potential of Guadua angustifolia [Vol.02. No.2 (2003)]
  99. Dimensional stability of cement-bonded composite boards made from rattan cane particles. [Vol.04. No.2 (2005)]
  100. Diseases of rattan in nurseries, plantations and natural stands in Kerala, India. [Vol.04. No.2 (2005)]