Inggit Puji Astuti
Pusat Konservasi Tumbuhan Kebun Raya Bogor, LIPI Jl. Ir. H. Juanda 13, Bogor 16003

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CITRUS HYSTRIX DC DARI JAWA TENGAH DAN SUMBA TIMUR KOLEKSI KEBUN RAYA BOGOR Astuti, Inggit Puji; Ajiningrum, P. S.
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 15, No 2 (2019): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
Publisher : Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/jbi.v15i2.3813

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ABSTRACTBoth Citrus macroptera Montrouz. and Citrus micrantha Wester were cited as different species from C. hystrix by several authors. Morphological characters that can be used to differentiate those species are leaf shape and fruit. C. hystrix is cultivated at Bogor Botanic Gardens originated from Central Java Province and East Sumba Island, East Nusa Tenggara Province. In previous study, C. hystrix, both from Central Java and East Nusa Tenggara, did not produce flowers as well fruit yet. The only useful characters for differentiation of the species were leaf morphology and its  thorns. Therefore, further study is needed. The research was carried out from January 2013 to December 2018 at Bogor Botanic Gardens and the Anatomy and Cytology Laboratory, Botany Department, Research Center of Biology LIPI. Flower and fruit morphology have been observed on C. hystrix originated from both Central Java and East Nusa Tenggara as well as from other localities which is commonly used. To support this reasearch then leaf and petiole anatomy have been done. The result showed that morphological characters of leaf shape and fruit of C. hystrix where originated from Central Java, differed from  C. hystrix originated from East Nusa Tenggara and those are commonly used by local people. However, based on leaf and petiole anatomy observations of all specimens used on this research are quantitavely similar, so that these results are not supported the morphological characters observation. Therefore, it is assumed that both C. hystrix, originated from Central Java and East Nusa Tenggara, as variety of  C. hystrix that commonly used by local people.
RAFFLESIA HASSELTII SURINGAR (RAFFLESIACEAE): A NEW RECORD TO KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA Sari, Rismita; Huda, Miftahul; Susandarini, Ratna; Astuti, Inggit Puji
REINWARDTIA Vol 18, No 2 (2019): Vol.18 No.2
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SARI, R., HUDA, M., SUSANDARINI, R. & ASTUTI, I. P. 2019. Rafflesia hasseltii Suringar (Rafflesiaceae): A new record to Kalimantan, Indonesia. Reinwardtia 18(2): 65?70. ?? Rafflesia hasseltii Suringar flower has been observed for the first time in Sambas District, West Kalimantan by the Flora Fauna Research Team during the Khatulistiwa Expedition organized by Special Forces Command of Indonesian Army in 2012. This finding is the first record of Rafflesia hasseltii in Kalimantan following the previous record in Sarawak. The flower has 5?6 perigone lobes. This paper presents the detail characteristic of the flowers. 
FENOLOGI DAN DINAMIKA KANDUNGAN KLOROFIL PADA PEMBUNGAAN DUA SPESIES BELIMBING HUTAN (Averrhoa dolichocarpa DAN Averrhoa leucopetala) Mangunah, Mangunah; Qayim, Ibnul; Astuti, Inggit Puji
Buletin Kebun Raya Vol 16, No 2 (2013): Buletin Kebun Raya Vol. 16 (2) Juli 2013
Publisher : Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Averrhoa dolichocarpa is a wild starfruit from Papua and Averrhoa leucopetala is a wild starfruit from Gorontalo. Both starfruits have unique characters of the leaves, inflorescence, flowers, and fruits. The study was conducted from February 2012 to May 2012 by observing the wild starfruits collections of Bogor Botanical Garden. Innitiation of Averrhoa dolichocarpa inflorescence takes 8-14 days, the small bud growing in 11-15 days, after one day the large bud will open and the anthesis last after 3 days. The fruit will develop and mature after 40-45 days. The flower and fruit drop rate is quite high, mostly caused by strong wind. The chlorophyll content of the leaves are very dynamic and influence by the environment and the wide of the canopy. Whereas initiation of Averrhoa leucopetala inflorescence needs 30-34 days, the small bud growing in 12-15 days, the large flower bud will open after 1 day, anthesis last after 5 days, and the fruit development needs 40-42 days to mature. Anthesis of the flowers occurred at 4:00 to 6:00 a.m. The flower and fruit drop rate is also quite high. The chlorophyll content is more static and tends to increase when the fruit developed.
Bauhinia pottsii G. Don var pottsii DARI KALIMANTAN DITEMUKAN KEMBALI Astuti, Inggit Puji; Magandhi, Mahat; Suratman, Maman; Maulida, Risa
Buletin Kebun Raya Vol 15, No 2 (2012): Buletin Kebun Raya Vol. 15 (2) July 2012
Publisher : Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Bauhinia pottsii G. Don tersebar dari Myanmar Selatan, Thailand, Kamboja dan Semenanjung Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra, Jawa, Bali dan Kepulauan Sunda Kecil. Pendataan tentang persebaran jenis ini dengan menggunakan bahan penelitian spesimen herbarium dan ditemukan bahwa salah satu spesimen tersebut berasal dari Kalimantan Timur yang dikoleksikan tahun 1925.  Dalam kegiatan eksplorasi dan penelitian di Kampung Temula, Kecamatan Nyuatan, Kabupaten Kutai Barat, Kalimantan Timur Bauhinia pottsii G. Don var pottsii ini ditemukan kembali setelah kurang lebih 87 tahun.
FENOLOGI DAN DINAMIKA KANDUNGAN KLOROFIL PADA PEMBUNGAAN DUA SPESIES BELIMBING HUTAN (Averrhoa dolichocarpa DAN Averrhoa leucopetala) Mangunah, Mangunah; Qayim, Ibnul; Astuti, Inggit Puji
Buletin Kebun Raya Vol 16, No 2 (2013): Buletin Kebun Raya Vol. 16 (2) July 2013
Publisher : Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Averrhoa dolichocarpa is a wild starfruit from Papua and Averrhoa leucopetala is a wild starfruit from Gorontalo. Both starfruits have unique characters of the leaves, inflorescence, flowers, and fruits. The study was conducted from February 2012 to May 2012 by observing the wild starfruits collections of Bogor Botanical Garden. Innitiation of Averrhoa dolichocarpa inflorescence takes 8-14 days, the small bud growing in 11-15 days, after one day the large bud will open and the anthesis last after 3 days. The fruit will develop and mature after 40-45 days. The flower and fruit drop rate is quite high, mostly caused by strong wind. The chlorophyll content of the leaves are very dynamic and influence by the environment and the wide of the canopy. Whereas initiation of Averrhoa leucopetala inflorescence needs 30-34 days, the small bud growing in 12-15 days, the large flower bud will open after 1 day, anthesis last after 5 days, and the fruit development needs 40-42 days to mature. Anthesis of the flowers occurred at 4:00 to 6:00 a.m. The flower and fruit drop rate is also quite high. The chlorophyll content is more static and tends to increase when the fruit developed.
A NEW SPECIES OF MURRAYA FROM CYCLOPS MOUNTAIN, PAPUA, INDONESIA ASTUTI, INGGIT PUJI; RUGAYAH, RUGAYAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 15, No 2 (2016): Vol.15 No.2
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ASTUTI, I. P. & RUGAYAH. 2016. A new species of Murraya from Cyclops Mountain, Papua, Indonesia. Reinwardtia 15(2): 111 –114. — A living collection of Bogor Botanic Gardens, planted in plot XXIV.A.192-192a and originated from Kemiri Said Nature Reserve, Cyclops Mountain in Papua collected by Lugrayasa (LG 1352), is described and illustrated as a new species, namely Murraya cyclopensis Astuti & Rugayah. The species is closely related to Murraya paniculata (L.) Jack, in vegetative and flower structures, but differ in the presence of indumentum on twig, rachis and petiole, smaller size of flowers, red globose fruits, and orbicular seeds covered by densely short hairs and red aril.
Rediscovered of Gnetum gnemon var. tenerum Markgr. in Kalimantan Astuti, Inggit Puji; Witono, Joko Ridho
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 12, No 2 (2016): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
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SHORT COMMUNICATIONRediscovered of Gnetum gnemon var. tenerum Markgr. in Kalimantan
Pellacalyx Symphiodiscus STAFP FROM LONG BAGUN, MAHAKAM HULU: MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND ITS DISTRIBUTION [Pellacalyx Symphiodiscus Stafp dari Long Bagun, Mahakam hulu: Karakretisai Morfologi dan Persebarannya] Astuti, Inggit Puji; Susandarini, Ratna; Sari, Rismita
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 16, No 2 (2017)
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Pellacalyx is one of the genera in Rhizophoraceae, distributed from Myanmar, South China, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. In Indonesia, Pellacalyx can be found in the island of Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. Eight species of Pellacalyx have been found  in Indonesia, four of which them were from Kalimantan, i.e. P. axillaris, P. cristatus, P. lobbii and P. symphiodiscus. These four species generally grow in the primary and secondary forest, from lowland to an altitude of 1300 m above sea level. Information of Pellacalyx in Indonesia is still very limited , and rarely found in the wild. The last information of Pellacalyx found in West Sumatra was reported by an expedition team of the Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanical Garden in 2006.  The Expert Team of the Khatulistiwa Expedition in Long Bagun, West Kutai, East Kalimantan on May 26–June 2, 2012 found a species of Pellacalyx. Morphological characterization was then conducted based on the herbarium specimen for identification. The identification was carried out in Bogor Botanic Gardens, Center for Biological Research, Indonesian Institute of Sciences and The National Herbarium Leiden, Netherland. The results show that Pellacalyx specimen from Long Bagun is Pellacalyx symphiodiscus. 
ANATOMI HELAIAN DAUN MURRAYA SPP. (RUTACEAE) DI JAWA [The Anatomical of Murraya spp. (Rutaceae) Leaflet in Java] Tihurua, Eka Fatmawati; Astuti, Inggit Puji; Rugayah, Rugayah
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 11, No 3 (2012)
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Leaf anatomy of four species of Murraya (Rutaceae) have been examined. Murraya spp. leaf has dorsiventral type. Anticlinal epidermis cell wall present with straight-undulate and square-irregular shaped. Anomocytic stomata distribute only in the lower surface and simple trichome spread in both leaf surfaces except M. crenulata (Turz.) Oliv. which has trichome only in the lower surface. Mesophyll consist of 2 or more layers of palisade tissues in the leaf upper part and sponge below, but M. exotica L. has palisade tissue in both leaf side. Oil gland distribute in the mesophyll. Crystal present as prismatic (cuboid) and drusse type.
Perilaku Tumbuh Kantong Semar (Nepenthes mirabilis Druce) di Habitat Alaminya, Taman Nasional Kutai, Kalimantan Timur Handayani, Tri; Astuti, Inggit Puji
Majalah Ilmiah Biologi BIOSFERA: A Scientific Journal Vol 22, No 3 (2005)
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Nepenthes mirabilis has been widely known as an insectivorous plant species. A study on the growing behaviour of N. mirabilis in Teluk Kaba, Kutai National Park has been carried out. As many as approximately 840 individuals consisting of 307 rosettes and 533 mature plants were found. Variation in tendril’s position was observed in nine rosettes plants and in 22 mature plants. On the other hand, variations in leaf colour appeared in eight individuals. Variations in colour of pitcher and tendril were found in 17 individuals. The natural habitat of N. mirabilis was very specific, and it was also noted that 13 species were assosiated with this plant species. Further result will be discussed in this paper.