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Journal : AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal

THE IDENTIFICATION OF MANGO MORPHOLOGY AND ANATOMY (MANGIFERAINDICA L) AT WEST TOBOLI AND POMBALOWO VILLAGE, PARIGI MOUTONG. Wulandari, Widya Tri; Sahiri, Nirwan; Adelina, Enny
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Tadulako University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (610.482 KB) | DOI: 10.22487/j24077593.2018.v5.i1.10331

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Mango (Mangiferaindica L.) is a type of tropical fruit  which is favored by people in the world and becomes a commodity trade between countries. According to the information, known as mango The Best Loved-Tropical, accompany the popularity of durian as the King of Fruit. The main product of the mango is its thatis  usuallyconsumed in fresh or processed products. But in addition to the fruit,,other components that also played an important role were the mangoes leaves than can be benefit from medicinal plants as an alternative. This research aimed to obtain a diversity of mango tree based on morphological and anatomical analysis of plant the mango in the West Toboli village and Pombalowo Regency, Parigi Moutong Regency. This research was carried out in the village of West Toboli,  District Toboli Parigi North and the village of Pombalowo sub-district of Parigi, Parigiranga Reddy District and Laboratory Science (FMIPA), the University of Tadulako conducted in July to August 2016. This research method using exploratory, as for a character that observed was the height of the plant (m), diameter (cm), the shape of the canopy, the long strands of leaves (cm) width (cm) leaf blade, petiole length (cm). Cluster analysis results in the village there were three groups of Western Toboli diverse namely TBB12, TBB14 and TBB11, in the village of Pombalowo there were three diverse groups namely PBL1, PBL5 and PBL8. Whereas in the second the village obtained a combined five diverse groups namely TBB12, TBB14, TBB2, PBL1 and TBB11. Characters that distinguished the selected accessions were the height of plants, and the diameter of the rod.
THE GROWTH OF JACKFRUIT (ARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS L.) SHOOTS ON VARIOUS CONCENTRATION BENZYLAMINO PURINE (BAP) IN VITRO Bulo, Frisca Nanda; Adelina, Enny; Yusuf, Ramal; Kasim, Hawalina
AGROLAND: The Agricultural Sciences Journal Vol 5, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Tadulako University

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The development of Central Sulawesi superior commodity,which is Tulo-5, the drough-resistant cultivars, through tissue culture technique can be used as an alternative, in addition to conventional breeding. This study aims to determine the growth of jackfruit shoots in  various concentrations of benzylamino purine in vitro. The research has been conducted at the Laboratory of Plant Biotechnology, Agriculture Faculty of Tadulako University, Palu.  The research began on December 2017 and ended up on February 2018. This research used Completely Randomised Design of one-factor treatment which is BAP concentrations consist of 4 stage which is1,5 ppm BAP, 2,0 ppm BAP, 2,5 ppm BAP, 3,0 ppm BAP. The result showed that 6 weeks after planting, BAP concentration had significant effect on shoots time to emerge and shoots number but no significant effect on leaf number.  The result of Tukey’s HSD test showed that concentration2,5 ppm gave the fastest shoot emergence with an average of 2,875 days after planting, in concentration 2,0 ppm gave the highest number of shoots with an average of 2.125 shoots per explant, and for the highest number of leaves found in the concentration of 2,0 ppm with the average number of leaves is 1 strand per explant.