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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.
Arundinaria trianae Munro = Aulonemia trianae (Munro) McClure
Some can be invasive, but one of the more delicate bamboos is the Fargesia, sometimes labelled as Arundinaria.
Phyllostachys pubesecens and various species form the Arundinaria, Bambusa and Dendrocalamus of the Family Gramineae.
The mechanical roles of clasping leaf sheaths: evidence from Arundinaria tecta (Poaceae) shoots subjected to bending and twisting forces.
red Himalayan bamboo, Thamnocalamus spathiflorus; and small mountain bamboo, Arundinaria intermedia; and tufted bamboo, Dendrocalamus hamiltonii
El Paramo: extensa region desarrollada por encima del bosque andino y caracterizado por Gramineae que forman densos haces de Calamagrostis, Festuca y Agrostis, donde el mas frecuente es el Calamagrostis effusa, encontrandose tambien Arundinaria, Aciachne, Lorenzochloa, Bromus, Cortaderia y colonias de "chusque".
Plant clumps of grasses like Stipa arundinaria or Carex buchananii to give a sea of waving rusty orange foliage, and interplant with red-hot pokers.
If you plant bamboo mainly to provide wildlife habitat and to enhance water quality, choose the native American bamboo, Arundinaria gigantea, which under ideal conditions grows to 20 feet tall and an inch in diameter, but more often measures in at eight to 16 feet.
The herbaceous layer is dominated by pygmy bamboos of the genus Arundinaria and other grasses such as Hyparrhenia, cogon grass (Imperata), and species of Arundinella, Dichanthi-um, Eulalia, Heteropogon, Polytoca, and Themeda.
Bamboo (Pleioblastus viridistriatus or Arundinaria auricoma).
Using the GLO surveys of 1820 and 1842, we documented the witness tree taxa, witness tree location (distance and azimuth from section corner), and the general site description (soil class, forest type, open woods, and locations of streams and Arundinaria spp.
Originally, there were extensive canebrakes dominated by Arundinaria gigantea on some lowlands, with the tallest cane on levees close to larger streams and rivers (Hawkins 1798-99; Nutt 1805; W.
Tim Oakes's contribution, "Native Cane Conservation Guide: Arundinaria gigantea ssp.