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Aim of study: Bamboo, the fastest growing and high yielding perennial plant of the world has more than 1500 species and 1500 versatile socio-economic uses and ecological services. Ethiopia has two indigenous bamboo species namely Yushania alpina and Oxytenanthera abyssinica, covering about one...

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Getachew Desalegn; Wubalem Tadesse
Publisher
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias (INIA), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Forest Systems, 2014, 23, 2, pp 294-299
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The assessment of species diversity is crucial since it represents a fundamental property of ecological communities and provides a tool to compare assemblages in time and space, independently from species identities. This research investigation was carried out to assess biodiversity of woody plants ...

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Etefa Guyassa; Raj, A. J.
Publisher
Association of Agricultural Technology in Southeast Asia (AATSEA), Ladkrabang, Thailand
Citation
International Journal of Agricultural Technology, 2013, 9, 4, pp 829-844
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The Boswellia pre-dominated woodland, belonging to the Combretum-Terminalia deciduous woodlands of the dry forests of Ethiopia, forms the largest vegetation cover and is widespread in the northern and north-western lowland part of the country. This paper has tried to review and discuss the current...

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Tatek Dejene; Omarsherif Mohamed; Haile Adamu
Publisher
Biosciences and Agriculture Advancement Society (BAAS), Meerut, India
Citation
HortFlora Research Spectrum, 2013, 2, 4, pp 277-285

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