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Illustrated Flora of Bambusoideae in China

  • This book contains the richest diversity of the bamboo taxa in China formally published with rich references and the 2,200 coloured photos about the bamboo plants and habitats.

  • The all coloured photos in this book, especially the photos of the bamboo species (more than 300 species) which grow in the medium and high mountains, were taken from the original habitats where the type specimens were collected. For example, the coloured photos of Fargesia macclureana and the original habitats were taken from the bamboo forest, at the altitude 3,800 m, Bomi, Tibet, P.R. China.

  • This book covers the bamboo flower descriptions of more than 200 bamboo species and the coloured photos of the bamboo flowers from more than 50 bamboo species.

  • This book can be used as important reference book for the professionals and students in bamboo research from universities and research institutes, as well as the practitioners from industrial and commercial enterprises in agriculture and forestry, development, protection, bamboo processing and utilization.

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Table of contents

  1. Jun Yi Shi, Bing Yin Che, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao et al.
  2. Jun Yi Shi, Bing Yin Che, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  3. Jun Yi Shi, Bing Yin Che, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao et al.
  4. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  5. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Meng Yuan Zhou
  6. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Li Na Zhang
  7. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Meng Yuan Zhou
  8. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  9. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Jing Xia Liu
  10. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  11. Jun Yi Shi, Bing Yin Che, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao et al.
  12. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Jing Xia Liu
  13. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Jing Xia Liu
  14. Jun Yi Shi, Bing Yin Che, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  15. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Li Na Zhang
  16. Jun Yi Shi, Bing Yin Che, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  17. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  18. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Meng Yuan Zhou
  19. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao
  20. Jun Yi Shi, Yu Xiao Zhang, De Qun Zhou, Li Sha Ma, Jun Yao, Meng Yuan Zhou

About this book

Introduction

This book was compiled by researchers of Chinese Academy of Forestry, Sichuan Agricultural University, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Southwest Forestry University, and Kunming University of Science and Technology. It has been the most comprehensive monograph about the bamboo resources in China until now.

"Illustrated Flora of Bambusoideae in China" is composed of two volumes.This volume 1 contains three sections. The first section includes prefaces written by Wu Zhengyi, Chen Junyu, and Li Dezhu, and the foreword by the authors. The second section is about morphology of bamboos, geographical distribution of Bambusoideae, and hardiness zoning of Bambusoideae in China. The third section mainly introduces about bamboo taxa in the supertribe Bambusatae, including the tribe Melocanneae Benth. (Melocanna Trin.,Pseudostachyum Munro, Melocalamus Benth., Leptocanna Chia et H. L. Fung, Schizostachyum Nees,Cephalostachyum Munro, Thyrsostachys Gamble, Bonia Balansa), the tribe Bambuseae Trin.(Neomicrocalamus Keng f., Guadua Kunth, Bambusa Retz. corr. Schreber, Lingnania McClure), the tribe Dendrocalameae Benth. (Neosinocalamus Keng f., Dendrocalamopsis (Chia et H. L. Fung) Keng f.,Dendrocalamus Nees, Gigantochloa Kurz ex Munro), and the tribe Shibataeeae Nakai emend. Keng f. (Indosasa McClure, Sinobambusa Makino ex Nakai, Chimonobambusa Makino, Qiongzhuea Hsueh et Yi,Hibanobambusa I. Maruyama et H. Okamura, Brachystachyum Keng, Phyllostachys Sieb. et Zucc.,Shibataea Makino ex Nakai, Semiarundinaria Makino ex Nakai). Totally, 512 bamboo taxa are recorded in this book, including four hybrids, 119 forms, 38 varieties, and 351 species in 25 genera of four tribes.

Keywords

Bambusoideae Illustrated Flora Bamboo Phyllostachys Taxonomic groups

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Research Institute of Resources InsectsChinese Academy of Forestry Research Institute of Resources InsectsKunmingChina
  2. 2.Yunnan Academy of BiodiversitySouthwest Forestry University Yunnan Academy of BiodiversityKunmingChina
  3. 3.Faculty of Environmental Science and EngKunming University of Science and Techno Faculty of Environmental Science and EngKunmingChina
  4. 4.Tourism CollegeSichuan Agricultural University Tourism CollegeDujiangyanChina
  5. 5.Southwest Flower Research & Dev. CentreChinese Academy of ForestryKunmingChina

About the authors

Prof. Tongpei Yi, Sichuan Agricultural University, Dujiangyan 611830, P.R. China.

A visiting professor, Flowers Research and Development Center of Southwest China, Chinese Academy of Forestry, Kunming, 650224, P.R. China.

Member of Editorial Board of Journal of Bamboo Research.

Member of Editorial Board of Bamboo Research and Flora Sichuanica.

Member of Editorial Board of Flora Sichuanica.

Deputy Chairman of bamboo industry in Sichuan, P.R. China.

Bibliographic information

  • Book Title Illustrated Flora of Bambusoideae in China
  • Authors Junyi Shi
    Yuxiao Zhang
    Dequn Zhou
    Lisha Ma
    Jun Yao
  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-8580-2
  • Publisher Name Springer, Singapore
  • eBook Packages Biomedical and Life Sciences Reference Module Biomedical and Life Sciences
  • eBook ISBN 978-981-10-8580-2
  • Edition Number 0
  • Number of Pages , 0
  • Number of Illustrations 0 b/w illustrations, 0 illustrations in colour
  • Topics Plant Systematics/Taxonomy/Biogeography
    Plant Ecology
    Biodiversity