Bamboo is a quarter of the flowering perennials of the family Poaceae. The structure of bamboo is hollow in the middle and a cross section located vascular bundles scattered throughout the stem. It also does not have xylem.
Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world due to a unique rhizome dependent system. The plant has significance in terms of the economy and culture in East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia where they are used as building materials, food and also a versatile raw product.