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A new paradigm of the en masse flowering in thorny bamboo

Vijai Malik

Abstract


The presented paper highlights the records and occurrences of flowering in Bambusa arundinacea. The flowering in this species is generally gregarious and was seen earlier during 1960s and recently in March 2016 in North West Uttar Pradesh.

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Flowering; Bambusa arundinacea; Uttar Pradesh

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21746/ijbio.2016.12.006

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