Bambusa


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One of the bamboo species it uses is called bambusa blumeana, known locally as 'kawayang tinik.
Variation in density and its relation to anatomical properties in bamboo culms, Bambusa bambos (L.
Basic density of stem and cellulosic fibers in progenies of Bambusa tuldoides Munro.
Na Figura 3 e demonstrada a variacao da espessura do BLC de Dendrocalamus giganteus e de Bambusa vulgaris em funcao do tempo de saturacao, dos tratamentos preservativos e dos adesivos utilizados.
No es posible ser ajenos a como el terremoto y el proceso de reconstruccion impulsaron el desarrollo urbanistico hacia el Sur-Oriente sobrepasando el actual Cementerio Jardines, el perimetro urbano y el perimetro de servicios, con urbanizaciones como Genesis, Bambusa,
HPLC chromatographic assay of the methanolic extract of Bambusa textilis McClure indicated active antiradical fractions, as presented in Figure 1 [87].
The filling material adopted was composed of bamboo rings of the Bambusa tuldoides species, with 4 cm of diameter and 5 cm of length.
Durabilidade natural de paineis aglomerados confeccionados com Eucalyptus grandis e Bambusa vulgaris em ensaio de apodrecimento acelerado.
1997, Baghdadul Jadeed Campus, Islamia University Bahawalpur, 2923'N, 7139'E; 1 , 1 , 3 immature, Bambusa hamiltoni, 16.
Similarly, Bambusa nutans, Dendrocalamus strictu or Dendrocalamus hamiltonii are widely used in Asian countries.
In a monodominant bamboo Bambusa arnhemica stand, in a floodable area in Australia, fire destroys some culms and reduces subsequent survival, leading to a decline of tussock basal area (Franklin et al.
On undersides of mature leaves of bamboos (especially Arundinaria and Phyllostachys, but sometimes also Bambusa, Dendrocalamus, Pseudosasa and Sasa).
La inhibicion de la corrosion del hormigon armado se estudio a traves del tratamiento con Bambusa arundinacea.