Identifikasi Semai Tumbuhan Berkayu


Tri Handayani


Identifikasi, Semai, Tumbuhan, Berkayu


Penulis :   Tri Handayani


ldentifikasi semai, khususnya pada tumbuhan berkayu sangat diperlukan seiring adanya kerusakan hutan. Oleh karena itu, pengenalan terhadap semai atau anakan tumbuhan menjadi salah satu cara mengidentifikasi suatu jenis tumbuhan. Kebun Raya Bogor sebagai salah satu lembaga ilmiah yang berupaya mengonservasi tumbuhan secara ex situ, juga berupaya menyebarluaskan informasi mengenai identifikasi tumbuhan melalui semainya. 

Temukan kunci identifikasi dan pertelaan 30 jenis semai tumbuhan berkayu dalam buku ini. Cermati foto tahapan pertumbuhan semai yang akan memudahkan dalam mengidentifikasi nama jenis tumbuhan. Selain itu, dapatkan trik-trik khusus dalam mengenali suatu jenis tumbuhan. Dirgahayu Kebun Raya Bogor! 

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