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Bibliography: Gamble, J.S. (1896). Gamble, J.S. (1910). Gass, S., Drusedau, H. and Hennicke, J. (Eds.) (1985). Publication IL31, Institute for Lightweight Structures, University of Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 14, 7000 Stuttgart 80, Germany. George, J. (1982). Annotated bibliography on the utilization of agricultural residues and non-wood fibrous material for the production of panels, 1972-1979 Sept 7-21, 1986: 110. Hsiung, W.Y. (1986). In Proceedings of Bamboo Production and Utilization, XVIII IUFRO World Congress, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, Sept 7-12, 1986: 4-10. Janssen, J.J.A. (1980).

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