The Chloridoid type is typical of the Chloridoideae subfamily; the Panicoid type appears in the Panicoideae, Arundinoideae and Bambusoideae
subfamilies as well as in a few genera of Chloridoideae (Watson et al.
Bamboo (Poaceae: Bambusoideae
including Fargesia, Bambusa, Indocalamus, Phyllostachys).
It also includes treatments for genera in four subfamilies: Pharoideae, Bambusoideae
, Ehrartoideae, and Pooideae.
The arboreal indicators virtually disappear, while Bambusoideae
(and some Chloridoideae) grasses peak; then forest indicators recover immediately.
In common with most closely related graminids (except Ecdeiocoleaceae: Linder & Rudall, 2005), the APP taxa and Bambusoideae
(bamboos) occupy forest margins or deep shade and have apparently retained many ancestral features (e.
The highest inter-specific diversity was reached by matK for Orchidaceae and for intra-specific variation in bamboos, and the combination of matK with psbI-K for Bambusoideae
Bamboo is a group of plants that belong taxonomically to the subfamily of Bambusoideae
under the family of Gramineae and is widespread in the subtropics and tropics of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Most species of Tropidocephalini from China feed exclusively on Bambusoideae
(Yang et al.
Molecular evolution and phylogenetic utility of the chloroplast rpl 16 intron in Chusquea and the Bambusoideae
Non- monophyly of the woody bamboos (Bambuseae; Poaceae): a multi-gene region phylogenetic analysis of Bambusoideae
Phylogeny of the Bambusoideae
(Poaceae): an update.
affinity (tall Bambusoideae
grasses), are also recorded (Frenguelli