Bambusa is a large genus (about 37 species) of clumping bamboos. These species are usually giant ones, with numerous branches at a node and one or two much larger than the rest. They are found in tropical and subtropical areas of Asia, especially in the monsoon and wet Tropics.Dendrocalamopsis (L.C.Chia & H.L.Fung) Keng.f..
Characterization and primary functional analysis of BvCIGR, a member of the GRAS gene family in Bambusa ventricosa.(Report)
Sep 01, 2011; Introduction Gibberellic acid (GA) is the plant hormone that regulates the growth and development such as seed germination, cell...