An Alphabetical List of Plant Species Cultivated in Bali Botanic Garden

Authors

Ida Bagus Ketut Arinasa, Bayu Adjie, Dyan Meiningsasi Siswoyo Putri

Keywords:

Alphabetical, List of Plant, Cultivated, Bali, Botanic, Garden

Synopsis

Penulis :  Ida Bagus Ketut Arinasa, Bayu Adjie, Dyan Meiningsasi Siswoyo Putri Editor : Ida Bagus Ketut Arinasa, Bayu Adjie, Dyan Meiningsasi Siswoyo Putri

An Alphabetical List of Plant Species Cultivated in Bali Botanic Garden serves as a catalogue that provides a comprehensive list of plant species that are cultivated in Bali Botanic Garden. Species are listed alphabetically, followed by information regarding their locality. This catalogue contains the most recent information about the Gardens' plant collection, comprising of more than 2,000 species. 

This catalogue will be resourceful for botanists and researchers alike, as well as visitors of the Gardens.

Copyeditor :  Tantrina Dwi Aprianita Layouter : Nurhasanah Ridwan and Prapti Sasiwi Cover designer  : Dhevi E.I.R. Mahelingga Registrasi : 978-979-799-872-1 Halaman : xiv + 422 hlm. Dimensi : A5 (14,8 x 21 cm)

©2017 Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (LIPI)

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Published

August 20, 2017