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Bamboos are a complex genus of evergreen perennial flowering plants belonging to the Bambusoideae subfamily of the Poaceae grass family. The term “bamboo” is unknown, although it is thought to have originated in the Dutch or Portuguese languages, which acquired it from Malay or Kannada.

The internodal portions of the stem of bamboo, like other grasses, are generally hollow, and the vascular bundles in the cross-section are dispersed throughout the stem rather than in a cylindrical configuration. The xylem of the dicotyledonous woody plant is likewise missing. Monocot stems, such as palms and big bamboos, are columnar rather than tapering due to the lack of secondary growth wood.

Bamboos are among the world’s fastest-growing plants, thanks to a rhizome-dependent structure. Within a 24-hour period, certain bamboo species may grow 910 mm (36 in) at a pace of about 40 mm (1+12 in) every hour (a growth rate of roughly 1 mm every 90 seconds, or 1 inch 2.54 centimeters every 40 minutes). The grass family’s biggest members are giant bamboos. A bamboo is a strong option for afforestation, carbon sequestration, and climate change mitigation because of its fast growth and tolerance for marginal terrain.

Bamboos are an important economic and cultural resource in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia, where they are utilized as construction materials, food, and flexible raw material. Bamboo, like wood, is a natural composite material with a high strength-to-weight ratio that may be used in structural applications. Bamboo has a similar strength-to-weight ratio to timber, and its strength is comparable to that of a robust softwood or hardwood.

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The majority of bamboo species are found in tropical and mild temperate regions. Many species, on the other hand, maybe found in a variety of climates, from hot tropical areas to cold alpine regions and highland cloud forests.

They may be found across East Asia, from Sakhalin in the north to northern Australia in the south and west to India and the Himalayas in the west. Several endemic populations exist in China, Japan, Korea, India, and Australia. They’re also found in tiny quantities in Sub-Saharan Africa, mostly in tropical regions, from southern Senegal to southern Mozambique and Madagascar. Bamboo’s natural range in the Americas extends from 47°S in southern Argentina and the beech woods of central Chile to tropical rainforests in South America to the Andes near 4,300 m in Ecuador (14,000 ft). Bamboo may also be found in Central America and Mexico, as well as the Southeastern United States. No native bamboo species are known to exist in Canada or continental Europe. Many species thrive well as garden plants outside of these areas, including much of Europe and the United States.

Bamboo has recently been attempted to be grown commercially in the Great Lakes area of east-central Africa, particularly in Rwanda. Phyllostachys nigra (Henon) and Phyllostachys edulis are grown, harvested, and distributed by numerous firms in the United States (Moso).

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