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Plant Resources of South East Asia: Rattans and Bamboos

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Edited By: J Dransfield, N Manokaran and Widjaja
Plant Resources of South East Asia: Rattans and Bamboos
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Presents a complete and updated overview of the rattan and bamboos of SE Asia. Information is provided on some 130 rattan species and over 75 bamboo species and includes detailed descriptions, videos on both commodities, color photographs of the majority of the species, botanical illustrations, a hyperlinked illustrated glossary of technical terms and a reference database with less accessible literature from SE Asia.

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Edited By: J Dransfield, N Manokaran and Widjaja
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