Dendrocalamus giganteus

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Noun1.Dendrocalamus giganteus - immense tropical southeast Asian bamboo with tough hollow culms that resemble tree trunks
bamboo - woody tropical grass having hollow woody stems; mature canes used for construction and furniture
Dendrocalamus, genus Dendrocalamus - giant clump-forming bamboos
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"The article was about a farmer who was growing bamboo in Gatanga and was using it to make a variety of items," he recalls.Before getting into the trade, Barasa consulted officials of the Kenya Forest Research Institute (Kefri) in Nairobi, and later purchased seedlings of the Giant bamboo (Dendrocalamus giganteus) and Yushania alpina varieties.
Preliminary study on drying properties of Dendrocalamus giganteus. J.
(6.) Ferreira VLP, Yotsuyanagi K, Carvalho CRL Elimination of cyanogenic compounds from bamboo shoots Dendrocalamus giganteus Munro.
The finding was also consistent with high [N.sub.m] (2.5455) recorded which was much higher than [N.sub.m] (0.0101) recorded for Dendrocalamus giganteus by Tian et al.
David, "A comparative study of nutrient component of freshly harvested, fermented and canned bamboo shoots of Dendrocalamus giganteus Munro," World Bamboo & Rattan, vol.
The use of sugarcane bagasse (saccharum oficinarum) and stem leaves of the bamboo species Dendrocalamus giganteus in the production of particle panels.
[6] studied amino acid content of freshly harvested, fermented, and canned shoots of Dendrocalamus giganteus. There was decreased amount in amino acid in fermented (2.005 g/100 g fresh weight) and canned shoots (1.980 g/100 g fresh weight) as compared to freshly collected juvenile shoots (3.863 g/100 g fresh weight).
Sharma, "In vitro seed germination and micropropagation of edible Dendrocalamus giganteus munro using seeds," Biotechnology, vol.
Sin embargo, el thiadiazuron (TDZ) a pesar de ser una citoquininina del grupo de lasfenilureas ha sido empleada en los medios de cultivo de enraizamiento in vitro en Bambusa atra, Dendrocalamus giganteus y Dendrocalamus hookeri incrementando los porcentajes de enraizamientos en estas especies (Ramanayake et al., 2006).
Vigas de concreto reforcadas com bambu Dendrocalamus giganteus. II: modelagem e criterios de dimensionamento.
Genetic diversity and relationships within populations of Dendrocalamus giganteus Wall.