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Laws, B. 2010. Bamboo. Fifty Plants that Changed the Course of History. New York:Firefly Books (U.S) Inc. Bamboo has often been used to construct weapons and is still incorporated in several Asian martial arts. Vay O, De Borst K, Hansmann C, Teischinger A, Müller U (2015) Thermal conductivity of wood at angles to the principal anatomical directions. Wood Sci Technol 49:577–589 a) Specific tensile strength; ( b) specific Young modulus (B–PLA: bamboo–PLA non-aged; B–PLA–SC: bamboo–PLA aged; B Fabric/PLA [ 47]; B/Urea Formaldehyde [ 43]; B/Epoxy [ 17]). genera: Acidosasa, Ampelocalamus, Arundinaria, Bashania, Bergbambos, Chimonobambusa, Chimonocalamus, Drepanostachyum, Fargesia, Ferrocalamus, Gaoligongshania, Gelidocalamus, Himalayacalamus, Indocalamus, Indosasa, Kuruna, Oldeania, Oligostachyum, Phyllostachys, Pleioblastus, Pseudosasa, Sarocalamus, Sasa, Sasaella, Sasamorpha, Semiarundinaria, Shibataea, Sinobambusa, Thamnocalamus, Vietnamocalamus, Yushania.

Bamboo's long life makes it a Chinese symbol of uprightness and an Indian symbol of friendship. The rarity of its blossoming has led to the flowers' being regarded as a sign of impending famine. This may be due to rats feeding upon the profusion of flowers, then multiplying and destroying a large part of the local food supply. The most recent flowering began in May 2006 (see Mautam). Various bamboo species bloom in this manner about every 28–60 years. [106]

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Bamboos include some of the fastest-growing plants in the world, [13] due to a unique rhizome-dependent system. Certain species of bamboo can grow 91 centimetres (36 inches) within a 24-hour period, at a rate of almost 1 + 1⁄ 2in) an hour (equivalent to 1mm every 90 seconds). [14] Growth up to 47.6 inches (156 centimeters) in 24 hours has been observed in the instance of Japanese giant timber bamboo ( Phyllostachys bambusoides). [15] This rapid growth and tolerance for marginal land, make bamboo a good candidate for afforestation, carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation. [16] [17] [18]

Recently, some attempts have been made to grow bamboo on a commercial basis in the Great Lakes region of east-central Africa, especially in Rwanda. [36] In the United States, several companies are growing, harvesting, and distributing species such as Phyllostachys nigra (Henon) and Phyllostachys edulis (Moso). [37] New Report Reveals the Benefits of Bamboo for Land Restoration". International Bamboo and Rattan Organisation.Arundinaria bamboos, known as giant cane or river cane, are a central part of the material cultures of Southeastern Native American nations, so much so that they have been called "the plastic of the Southeastern Indians." [109] Among the Cherokee, river cane has been used to make waterproof baskets, mats, fishing poles, flutes, blowguns, arrows, and to build houses, among other uses; the seed and young shoots are also edible. [110] [111] See also [ edit ] If the yellowing on your bamboo leaves is patchy or resembles pale spots, it is likely caused by a pest infestation.

Bamboo Farming: An Opportunity To Transform Livelihoods". The New Times. 6 June 2010. Archived from the original on 11 September 2016 . Retrieved 2 August 2016. Bamboo, like true wood, is a natural building material with a high strength-to-weight ratio useful for structures. [19] In its natural form, bamboo as a construction material is traditionally associated with the cultures of South Asia, East Asia, and the South Pacific, to some extent in Central and South America, and by extension in the aesthetic of Tiki culture. McClure, F. A. (1 October 2013), "The Bamboos: A Fresh Perspective", The Bamboos, Harvard University Press, doi: 10.4159/harvard.9780674428713, ISBN 978-0-674-42871-3 , retrieved 29 August 2023 I’m trying to print wood pla miniature doors, but i’m still getting blobs on the surface of my doors, therefore looking not nicely:So in conclusion, yes you will have to weigh the pros and cons and ultimately make up your own mind on a case by case basis with this one! If you’ve made it this far, you’ll probably realise that there is much more that could be discussed on this subject, but hopefully our brief analysis has been informative, entertaining and a gateway to some further learning. Disclosure genera: Actinocladum, Alvimia, Arthrostylidium, Athroostachys, Atractantha, Aulonemia, Cambajuva, Colanthelia, Didymogonyx, Elytrostachys, Filgueirasia, Glaziophyton, Merostachys, Myriocladus, Rhipidocladum. Brauen, M. Bamboo in Old Japan: Art and Culture on the Threshold to Modernity. The Hans Sporry Collection in the Ethnographic Museum of Zurich University. Arnoldsche Art Publishers: Stuttgart

Phylogeny of the bamboo within the BOP clade of grasses, as suggested by analyses of the whole of Poaceae [24] and of the bamboos in particular. [1] Further information: Bamboo construction Bamboo-style barred window in Lin An Tai Historical House, Taipei M. A. Huberman (1959). "Bamboo silviculture". Unasylva. 13 (1). (gregarious flowering species table). Archived from the original on 29 June 2006. Bamboo was in widespread use in early China as a medium for written documents. The earliest surviving examples of such documents, written in ink on string-bound bundles of bamboo strips (or "slips"), date from the fifth century BC during the Warring States period. References in earlier texts surviving on other media indicate some precursor of these Warring States period bamboo slips was used as early as the late Shang period (from about 1250 BC).For a comprehensive study, 20 standard specimens were manufactured for each mechanical test (tensile, compression, in-plane shear, and four-point bending). The tests were conducted according to respective standards using an testing machine (810, MTS, Madrid, Spain) equipped with 10-kN and 100-kN load cells, a 25-mm extensometer, and hydraulic grips and all of the quasi-static tests were conducted at room temperature of 25 °C and average humidity of 50%, under atmospheric pressure. Zhandarov, S.; Pisanova, E.; Mäder, E.; Nairn, J.A. Investigation of load transfer between the fiber and the matrix in pull-out tests with fibers having different diameters. J. Adhes. Sci. Technol. 2001, 15, 205–222. [ Google Scholar] [ CrossRef]

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