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The woody bamboos (Poaceae:Bambuseae) of Sri Lanka

a morphological-anatomical study

by Thomas R. Soderstrom

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sri Lanka
    • Subjects:
    • Bamboo -- Sri Lanka -- Classification.,
    • Bamboo -- Sri Lanka -- Morphology.,
    • Bamboo -- Sri Lanka -- Anatomy.,
    • Botany -- Sri Lanka -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 74-75.

      StatementThomas R. Soderstrom and Roger P. Ellis.
      SeriesSmithsonian contributions to botany ;, no. 72
      ContributionsEllis, Roger P.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK1 .S2747 no. 72, QK495.G74 .S2747 no. 72
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 75 p. :
      Number of Pages75
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2147741M
      LC Control Number88600211

        Bamboos are generally categorized under woody (resemble trees) and herbaceous (resemble grasses) species (McClure, ). Therefore, the literature review in this article is specifically focused on woody bamboos so that comparison for biomass carbon and sequestration rate can be made with tree dominated agroforestry or forest ecosystems. The other one, "The Small General," was set in China, while "The Three Bamboos" mostly takes place in Japan. The stories intersect, with some of the same fictional characters and, for all I know, there are also overlapping plots with several other of Standish's novels from the late s and early s/5(4).

      Hopefully with the e-version there is. So, for those of you who own the book, or buy the book, please note: Page Maps 2 and 3 have been transposed. Map 2 caption should read “Distribution of paleotropical woody bamboos.” Map 3 caption should read “Distribution of all woody bamboos.”. The bulk of the book is an encyclopedia of bamboo genera, species, and cultivars. More than bamboos from 40 different genera are described in detail, including excellent photos, information on size, lighting and temperature requirements, native range, physical characteristics, landscape and other uses.

      Over bamboo species from 60 genera of woody bamboos were incorporated, allowing the mapping of individual species or groups of species and . An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The woody bamboos (Poaceae: Bambuseae) of Sri Lanka: a morphological-anatomical study .


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The woody bamboos (Poaceae:Bambuseae) of Sri Lanka by Thomas R. Soderstrom Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bamboos / b æ m ˈ b uː / are evergreen perennial flowering plants in the subfamily Bambusoideae of the grass family word "bamboo" comes from the Dutch or Portuguese languages, which probably borrowed it from Malay.

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The Woody Bamboos Poaceae Bambuseae Of. Hypothetical bamboo equivalent of the simple polytelic synflorescence portrayed in Weberling ( Fig. ), with application of terminology for component parts. Bamboos (Bambusoideae) are among the fastest-growing plants on earth, and these tree-like woody grasses rarely flower with flowering cycles of up to years (Janzen, ).The Bambusoideae, along with the Pooideae (e.g., Brachypodium and wheat) and Oryzoideae (e.g., rice), constitute the BOP clade of the grass family (Poaceae), and is the only Cited by:   The bamboos are evergreen perennial flowering plants in the subfamily Bambusoideae of the grass family Poaceae.

In bamboo, as in other grasses the internodal regions of the stem are usually hollow and the vascular bundles in the cross section are scattered throughout the stem instead of in a cylindrical arrangement. The dicotyledonous woody xylem. This book provides a wide coverage of many of the most intriguing aspects of both New and Old World bamboos.

Following an introductory chapter outlining various current research concerns, there is a contribution based on Chusquea which examines the place of bamboo in stable forest situations and provides a basis for the ecological and taxonomic. The Bamboos of the World - A Preliminary Study of Names and Distribution of the Herbaceous and Woody Bamboos (Bambusoideae Nees v.

Esenb.) - Documented in Lists and Maps. Genus Chusquea. Ohrnberger and J. Goerrings; pp. 1 - 46 The Flowerlng of Bambusa paniculata (Poaceae: Bambusoideae) in Southern Mexico Stephen. Young; pp. 47 - 53 Errata. Bamboo belongs to the grass family POACEAE, which is divided into subfamilies.

Among them the subfamily BAMBUSOIDEAE comprising both woody and herbaceous bamboos with altogether 1, currently accepted bamboo species. BAMBUSOIDEAE is divided into 3 tribes: ARUNDINARIEAE: Temperate woody bamboos (33 genera and species). woody bamboos, species in 74 genera), and Olyreae (herbaceous bamboos, species in 22 genera) (Table 1) (Vorontsova et al.

; Soreng et al. Herbaceous bamboos are often important elements of the understory in tropical forests, and woody bamboos are conspicuous in gaps or along margins in tropical or temperate forests or they. Online shopping from a great selection at Electronics Store. Woody bamboos within 3 genera of Bambusoideae in tropical southwest China have contained abundant, diverse, and distinctive phytoliths which are important to clarify the position of the controversial Dendrocalamopsis group.

Based on the identification of phytolith morphotypes, classification system for anatomical terms inside 26 woody bamboo. This book presents the state-of-the-art knowledge on bamboo. It starts with an introduction to the plant’s biology, its taxonomy, habitat, morphology and growth.

The cultivation of bamboo is discussed in terms of silviculture, pests and diseases, and harvesting techniques. The book is completed by a comprehensive presentation of the properties of bamboo, its utilization and its. Bamboos, unlike other grasses, mostly live in association with forests.

Two different types of bamboos are recognized: the thick, hard “woody” bamboos, reaching up to 40 m tall, and the softer-stemmed “herbaceous” bamboos, rarely reaching more than 1 m tall. Worldwide, over 1, bamboo species are known, and although many people think of bamboos.

Get this from a library. The woody bamboos (Poaceae:Bambuseae) of Sri Lanka: a morphological-anatomical study. [Thomas R Soderstrom; Roger P Ellis; Smithsonian Institution. Press,] -- Three subtribes of the Bambuseae are present on Sri Lanka, including six genera and 12 species, and they are described both morphologically and anatomically.

In the. Visual eld guide to woody ornamental diseases: shrubs, trees, palms and bamboos Photo Brown necr osis with yellowish halo in A esculus hipocas taneus leaves ca used by. Behind this degree of economy in modern grasses, there is the complexity represented by the bamboos.

The bamboos represent both the Old and New Worlds. Most are woody yet some are herbaceous. They are both primitive yet widely specialized.

This book provides a wide coverage of many of the most intriguing aspects of bamboo biology. Get this from a library. The woody bamboos (Poaceae:Bambuseae) of Sri Lanka: a morphological-anatomical study. [Thomas R Soderstrom; Roger P Ellis] -- Three subtribes of the Bambuseae are present on Sri Lanka, including six genera and 12 species, and they are described both morphologically and anatomically.

In the Arundinariinae, five species of. The 20 genera and species of woody bamboos are found from approximately 27° North (Otate acuminata in the north-western part of Mexico) to 47° South (Chusquea culeou in Chile).

Of the total 1, species and 65 genera of woody bamboos known in the world, the Americas have 31% of the genera and 39% of the species.

Practical Bamboos features the 50 best bamboos based on appearance and usefulness. A handy checklist allows readers to pick plants that are right for them at a glance.

A section on using bamboo in the garden covers topics such as incorporating bamboos in the mixed border, using them to create Japanese-style or Mediterranean-style gardens, using them for hedges and Reviews:.

The nearly 1, described species of bamboos are classified into three tribes: Arundinarieae (temperate woody bamboos, species), Bambuseae (tropical woody bamboos, species), and Olyreae.Ruiz-Sanchez E () Biogeography and divergence time estimates of woody bamboos: insights in the evolution of Neotropical bamboos.

Bol Soc Bot Méx –75 Google Scholar Ruiz-Sanchez E, Sosa V, Mejía-Saules MT () Phylogenetics of Otatea inferred from morphology and chloroplast DNA sequence data and recircumscription of Guaduinae.The Bamboos of the World, is the first comprehensive (taxonomic as well as horticultural) reference work that provides basic information on bamboos world wide, whether they are wild or cultivated, well-known or rather unknown.

The work, based on bamboo literature, facilitates access to further data by citation and a comprehensive bibliography.