Muhadiono Muhadiono, Muhadiono
Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, Bogor Agricultural University

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Journal : BERITA BIOLOGI

KOMUNIKASI PENDEK ETNOBOTANI DAMAR PADA ORANG RIMBA DI TAMAN NASIONAL BUKIT DUABELAS [Ethnobotany of Dammar by Orang Rimba in Bukit Duabelas National Park ] Andhika, Rana Rio; Muhadiono, Muhadiono; Hilwan, Iwan
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 15, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v15i1.2863

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Orang Rimba have local knowledge about utilization of dammar in Bukit Duabelas National Park .The research was aimed to record the type of dammar and explore local knowledge Orang Rimba utilizing dammar. Data were collected through interviews, participant observation and documentation . Data analysed as qualitative descriptive. There were 15 plant species whose resin were used by Orang Rimba i.e Dipterocarpus baudii, Dipterocarpus hasseltii, Hopea mengarawan, Hopea dryobalanoides, Dacryodes rugosa., Santiria laevigata, Shorea bracteolata, Parashorea aptera, Canarium pilosum, Shorea retinoides, Shorea cf. singkawang, Santiria dacryodifolia, Shorea multiflora dan Sarong (Trigona spp). Dammar were used  as a fuel, medicine, adhesive material and traditional rituals. General use of dammar was for traditional Torch lighting (blebayon).
ETNOBOTANI PANDAN (PANDANACEAE) DI TAMAN NASIONAL BUKIT DUABELAS, JAMBI Prasaja, Dimas; Muhadiono, Muhadiono; Hilwan, Iwan
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 14, No 2 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v14i2.1816

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This research was aimed to study ethnobotany and the diversity of Pandanaceae that utilized by the people of Orang Rimba tribe who lives in Bukit Duabelas National Park, Jambi. The results of this study showed there were six species of two genera (Benstonea and Pandanus)that were used for habitual and religion activities of those tribes. Only four species were used for crafts, especially mat and wallets (sumpit):Pandanus furcatus Roxb.; Pandanus labyrinthicus Kurz ex Miq.; Pandanus immersus Ridl.; and Benstonea atrocarpa (Griff.) Callm. & Buerki. Two species were used as a ceremony?s complement materials and tribe?s rituals: Pandanus labyrinthicus Kurz ex Miq. (ritual of marriage), and Benstonea atrocarpa (Griff.) Callm. & Buerki to kiding (the procession before the rice planting season begins).Only one species that was used as a material for the house?s or cottage?s roof, Benstonea kurzii (Merr.) Callm. & Buerki. Leaves were the part of the plant which used for the Orang Rimba daily needs.The skill for making handicraft were obtained iterally from generations. The population of pandan assumed to be decreased without effort for the cultivation and conservation.