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Background Bambusa vulgaris (Family: Poaceae) used in Ayurveda for paralytic complaints, inflammatory disorders and externally to… Expand Bamboo has wide range of moisture content, low bulk energy density and is difficult to transport, handle, store and feed into… Expand The leaves of Bambusa vulgaris possesses several bioactivities and is used in traditional medicinal systems. However, its anti… Expand Cultivated Bambusa vulgaris of two and four-year old were harvested and studied for their anatomy and physical properties. The… Expand Bambusa vulgaris, commonly known as “Bamboo,” possesses various pharmacological activities including anti-inflammatory activity… Expand This paper provides a preliminary evaluation of fifty-eight ethnomedicinal plants used in Trinidad and Tobago for skin problems… Expand We developed procedures for the regeneration of Bambusa vulgaris using nodal segments from adult plants. Optimal shoot growth was… Expand Friable calli were induced from mature excised shoots of Bambusa vulgaris on Murashige and Skoog's (MS) medium supplemented with… Expand This article validates the technical feasibility of making one layer experimental particleboard from bamboo chips bonded with UF… Expand No seed set is reported in the common bamboo, Bambusa vulgaris, (Bambusoideae: Poaceae) so far. The causes for its sterility were… Expand