Biologi Konservasi Rafflesia

Authors

Sofi Mursidawati dan Irawati

Keywords:

Biologi, Konservasi, Rafflesia

Synopsis

Penulis :   Sofi Mursidawati dan Irawati 


Pelestarian Rafflesia sebagai puspa langka dan tumbuhan khas Indonesia perlu terus dibangun dan digalakkan oleh seluruh masyarakat. LIPI patut berbangga hati atas keberhasilan Kebun Raya LIPI Bogor dalam mengonservasi habitat Rafflesia, melestarikan, dan memperluas kehidupan populasinya di alam. 

Kupas dan telisik (kulik) lebih cermat semua informasi terkait puspa langka dan pelestariannya. Temukan ciri keunikan puspa langka ini, baik sifat biologisnya, morfologi buah dan bijinya, maupun upaya menumbuhkan Rafflesia pada media kultur jaringan. 

Mari memulai aksi nyata melindungi kelestarian Rafflesia dengan memperkaya informasi dan pengetahuan dengan membaca buku ini. Kemudian kuatkan niat dengan bergabung dengan forum yang akan melaksanakan Strategi Rencana Aksi Konservasi (SRAK) Rafflesia. Semoga catatan keberhasilan dalam buku ini dapat menginspirasi masyarakat untuk menjaga dan mencintai puspa langka ini. Dirgahayu Kebun Raya LIPI, Bogor!

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July 3, 2017