Arundinaria


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On young, still unrolled leaves and on new shoots of bamboos (Arundinaria and Phyllostachys, sometimes Bambusa, Sasa).
[17] observed variation in total fibre, cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin content in bamboo shoots of Bambusa arundinaria, Bambusa polymorpha, Bambusa tulda, Dendrocalamus vulgaris, Dendrocalamus calostachyus, Dendrocalamus giganteus, Dendrocalamus membranaceus, and Dendrocalamus strictus.
Niklas, "The mechanical roles of clasping leaf sheaths: evidence from Arundinaria tecta (Poacea) shoots subjected to bending and twisting forces," Annals of Botany, vol.
The highest NDF value was recorded for Arundinaria alpine and the lowest was recorded for Celtis Africana.
Arthrostylidium simpliciusculum (Pilg.) Mc Clure Bas.: Arundinaria simplicisucula Pilg.
Cane (Arundinaria gigantea) was not found at the Pulliam Prairie, but it occurs on lowlands within a mile or two.
Traditionally, rivercane (Arundinaria gigantea) was the most common material used for basketry by Cherokees in the Southeast up until the time of removal.
Pileolaria toxicodendri Prospodium lippiae Aloysia polystachya Puccinia arundinariae Arundinaria sp.
One of the more delicate bamboos that does not have the invasive qualities so often thought of as typical of bamboos is Fargesia, sometimes labelled as Arundinaria.
The third zone (Marsh habitat), bordered by a thin stand of canebrake (Arundinaria gigantea) and extending into the marsh, is characterized by red maple {Acer rubrum) and tupelo (Nyssa sp.).
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS MONITORING TECHNIQUES FOR TRACKING ARUNDINARIA GIGANTEA AND JUSTICIA AMERICANUM RESTORATION SITES USED FOR STREAM HABITAT ENHANCEMENT.
Giant cane Arundinaria gigantea Knotgrass Paspalum distichum Cordgrasses Spartina spp.
Phyllostachys pubesecens and various species form the Arundinaria, Bambusa and Dendrocalamus of the Family Gramineae.