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Newly described species of Endiandra (Lauraceae) from New Guinea. Arifiani, Deby; Basukriadi, Adi; Chikmawati, Tatik
REINWARDTIA Vol 13, No 4 (2012): Vol. 13 no. 4
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Two new species of Endiandra (Lauraceae), i.e. Endiandra areolata Arifiani and Endiandra lanata Arifiani are described from New Guinea. Both species have staminal glands, but their form is different in the two species.  Moreover, E. areolata Arifiani is characterized by its prominent areolation formed by the minor venation, and E. lanata Arifiani is easily recognized by the presence of a dense curly indument on its twig, leaves, inflorescences and flowers.
KEANEKARAGAMAN FLORA DI TAMAN NASIONAL BUKIT BARISAN SELATAN, PROVINSI LAMPUNG [Flora Diversity in Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Lampung Province] Arifiani, Deby; Mahyuni, Ridha
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 11, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Study on plant diversity by exploration and collection have been carried out at the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Province of Lampung.The study sites was focused on secondary lowland forests of Way Canguk and Sukaraja Atas. The research was aimed to obtain floristic data from such areas that has never been recorded. Flora diversity in these areas is relatively high as represented by 183 plant species from 124 genera and 60 families. It is noted that 3 species are newly for Sumatran flora.
SEBARAN DAN KARAKTER MORFOLOGI Endiandra (LAURACEAE) DARI SUMATRA, KOLEKSI HERBARIUM BOGORIENSE, PUSAT PENELITIAN BIOLOGI-LIPI Esa, Nalar Mutiara; Jumari, J; Murningsih, M; Arifiani, Deby
Jurnal Akademika Biologi Vol. 5 No. 4 Oktober 2016
Publisher : Departemen Biologi, Fakultas Sains dan Matematika Undip

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Herbarium are authentic evidence in the form of plants that serve as a reference of identification to identify plant species. Endiandra is one of genus of family Lauraceae and widely used, however, the name Endiandra still not very well known. Knowledge of the distribution and morphological characters Endiandra in Sumatra necessary to complete the information Endiandra in Malesia region. Research using herbarium specimens Endiandra of Sumatra in the Herbarium Bogoriense with morphological approach and use the information on the specimen label to graph the distribution of heights and distribution maps using ArcGIS software. The characters are important in distinguishing the types Endiandra in Sumatra ie hair; presence or absence of, a lot or a little, the number of lateral veins of leaves and surface texture of the leaves and stems. Endiandra scattered in every province of Sumatra island in the lowlands to highlands 3-1100 meters above sea level from 1200 to 2000 meters above sea level.Keywords: Endiandra, morphology, distribution, Sumatra.
THE PHYLOGENETIC STUDY OF NEW GUINEAN SPECIES OF ENDIANDRA (LAURACEAE) AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS WITH BEILSCHMIEDIA BASED ON MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS Arifiani, Deby; Basukriadi, Adi; Chikmawati, Tatik
Floribunda Vol 4, No 4 (2012)
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Endiandra species from New Guinea consist of species which vary in vegetative and reproductive characters. Staminal glands are present in 34 species out of 46 species of Endiandra in New Guinea, in constrast to the Bornean and Malay Peninsular species that lack of staminal glands. Beilschmiedia is a genus that often confused with Endiandra vegetatively, only flower characters can differentiate the two genera. This study was aimed to understand relationships of Endiandra species in New Guinea and to know the importance of staminal glands in grouping the New Guinean species of Endiandra. The relationships between Endiandra and Beilschmiedia based on the morphological characters will also be discussed. A phylogenetic analysis was performed to 47 morphological characters from 50 taxa, consisted of 41 species of Endiandra and 6 species of Beilschmiedia (as in-groups) with 3 species of Cryptocarya (as outgroups). Phylogenetic tree was constructed using Maximum Parsimony method. Phylogenetic tree showed that 47 in-groups taxa were grouped into five clades however with low bootstrap support. The species with and without glands are not separated from each other. Therefore, because of low bootstrap support, the monophyly of Endiandra and Beilschmiedia and the importance of staminal glands cannot be confirmed.
NEWLY DESCRIBED SPECIES OF ENDIANDRA (LAURACEAE) FROM NEW GUINEA. Arifiani, Deby; Basukriadi, Adi; Chikmawati, Tatik
REINWARDTIA Vol 13, No 4 (2012): Vol. 13 no. 4
Publisher : Research Center for Biology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/reinwardtia.v13i4.437

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Two new species of Endiandra (Lauraceae), i.e. Endiandra areolata Arifiani and Endiandra lanata Arifiani are described from New Guinea. Both species have staminal glands, but their form is different in the two species.  Moreover, E. areolata Arifiani is characterized by its prominent areolation formed by the minor venation, and E. lanata Arifiani is easily recognized by the presence of a dense curly indument on its twig, leaves, inflorescences and flowers.
KEANEKARAGAMAN FLORA DI TAMAN NASIONAL BUKIT BARISAN SELATAN, PROVINSI LAMPUNG Arifiani, Deby; Mahyuni, Ridha
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 11, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v11i2.484

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Study on plant diversity by exploration and collection have been carried out at the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Province of Lampung.The study sites was focused on secondary lowland forests of Way Canguk and Sukaraja Atas. The research was aimed to obtain floristic data from such areas that has never been recorded. Flora diversity in these areas is relatively high as represented by 183 plant species from 124 genera and 60 families. It is noted that 3 species are newly for Sumatran flora.
ENDIANDRA KASSAMENSIS (LAURACEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM NEW GUINEA Arifiani, Deby
BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology Vol 19, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : SEAMEO BIOTROP

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A new species of Endiandra (Lauraceae) is described from New Guinea. Endiandra kassamensis is described based on specimens collected over four decades ago. Unlike most Endiandra which grow in lowland forest, E. kassamensis is found in high altitude forest. The species is characterized by the presence of staminodia with the absence of staminal glands.   Key words: Endiandra, Lauraceae, staminal glands, staminodia, endemic, New Guinea