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Studi Etnobotani Dioscorea spp. (Dioscoreaceae) dan Kearifan Budaya Lokal Masyarakat di Sekitar Hutan Wonosadi Gunung Kidul Yogyakarta Purnomo, Purnomo; Daryono, Budi Setiadi; Rugayah, Rugayah; Sumardi, Issirep
Jurnal Natur Indonesia Vol 14, No 3 (2012)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

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Dioscorea spp. were cultivated as alternative food in the garden and yard on dry season, and it’s planted by peoples in the villages. The objectives of the research are to identify the species, the tuber use, and the local wisdom to support the conservation of Dioscorea around Wonosadi forest. Samples and data collection was conducted in 15 villages around Wonosadi forest. Interview survey was done on peoples who are cultivate yam species (Dioscorea spp.) in their garden. Research were emphasized to tuber characteristic, traditional uses, and local wisdom to supporting yam conservation. Data was analyzed descriptively to illustrate the kind of local usage and local wisdom of connect with Dioscorea spp. The results showed that there were found species of gembili (D. esculenta (Lour.) Burk.), uwi (D. alata L.), and gadung (D. hispida dennst.) as cultivated plants, and tomboreso (D. pentaphylla L.), gembolo (D. bulbifera L.), and jebubuk (D. numularia Lamk.) as wild species in the forest. Tuber is raw material for many kind of food based on carbohydrate content. Gadung were used as fickle food with high diversification and insecticide for rice and corn. Peoples more consume gembili and uwi than gembolo and others species as rice substitute at dry season. The local wisdom were indicated that peoples still consume gembili and uwi as rice substitute, while tuber also used as sesaji in traditional concept jajan pasar or tukon pasar, and tuber of uwi was used as diet for diabetes complaint, and row material of uwi ungu tuber was used effectively for diarrhea complaint in the villages.
KEANEKARAGAMAN TUMBUHAN DAN POTENSINYA DI CAGAR ALAM TANGALE, GORONTALO Rugayah, Rugayah; Sunarti, Siti; Djarwaningsih, Tutie
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 2 (2009)
Publisher : Center for Environmental Technology - Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology

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Plant inventory has been carried out in Tangale Nature Reserves in GorontaloProvince, North Sulawesi (2002). This area covers about 113 ha. About 250species have been listed from this area, and 72 species of them utilized by thelocal people who leave in its surrounding area as stuff food, fruit and vegetablesources, medicinal purpose, ornamental plant and for house building as well. Fromthis activity, one new species of Oxalidaceae (Averrhoa leucopetala Rugayah &Sunarti) described, and two species of Euphorbiaceae (Mallotus griffithianus andM. macrostachys) informed as a new record for Sulawesi.
THE STATUS OF Trichosanthes anguina L. (CUCURBITACEAE) ) [Status Trichosanthes anguina L. (Cucurbitaceae)] Rugayah, Rugayah
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 7, No 3 (2004)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Perbedaan pendapat tentang status kedudukan taksonomi Trichosanthes anguina sebagai jenis yang berbeda dengan T. cucumerina,maupun sebagai anak jenis T. cucumerina subsp. anguina atau varietas T. cucumerina var. anguina memerlukan data pendukung.Anatomi daun dengan sayatan paradermal menunjukkan bahwa keduanya mempunyai bentuk stomata dan sel epidermis yang sama,tetapi berbeda hanya pada ukurannya. Stomata Trichosanthes anguina berukuran 15-17.5 x 10-12.5 urn dan sel epidermis 22.5-31.25 x 12.5-20 m, sedangkan Trichosanthes cucumerina mempunyai stomata 10-12.5 x 8.75-12.5 um dan epidermis sel 15-25 x 10-15 um. Data tersebut mendukung dalam menetapkan T.anguina sebagai T. cucumerina var.anguina.
PENGETAHUAN LOKAL TENTANG LINGKUNGAN: STUDI KASUS ETNIS WAWONII, SULAWESI TENGGARA Rahayu, Mulyati; Royyani, Mohammad Fathi; Rugayah, Rugayah
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 2 (2009)
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Wawonii ethnic represent the majority groups and ethnic origin dwelling Wawoniiisland, Southeast Sulawesi. In their traditional life, this ethnic has own mannersand customs for managing natural resources. Local knowledge research’s aboutenvironment ecosystem of owned Wawonii ethnic have been carried out since2003 to 2006. Several countryside of Wawolaa, Lansilowo, Lampeapi, Bobolioand Dompo-dompo Jaya have been visited during this study. At least 6 kindsenvironment sets have been identified, manely “kura eya” primary forest, “lalibata” secondary forest, “anantalu” brushes, “laro wita” field, “laro le” grasslandand “kapo” village. Although there local knowledge have a lot of change, howeverit still remain their wisdom and become the guidance in their daily activities.
VALIDATION OF TRICHOSANTHES KINABALUENSIS RUGAYAH (CUCURBITACEAE) RUGAYAH, RUGAYAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 11, No 5 (2000): Vol. 11 No. 5
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In the revision of the cucurbitaceous genus Trichosanthes in Malesia by Rugayah & W.J.J.O. de Wilde (Reinwardtia 11(4): 262. 1999), the type of the proposed new species T. kinabaluensis Rugayah was erroneously indicated as consisting of two collections, viz. Chew, Corner & Stainton 2830 and De Wilde & Duyfjes SAN 139472. This latter appeared to be contrary to art. 37.3 of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (Tokyo Code, 1994), rendering the new species invalid. This species is validated below by indicating a single type. I am grateful to Dr. Dan H. Nicolson (US Washington), who kindly made me aware of the mistake.
CONSPECTUS OF TRICHOSANTHES (CUCURBITACEAE) IN MALESIA RUGAYAH, RUGAYAH; WILDE, W. J. J. O DE
REINWARDTIA Vol 11, No 4 (1999): Vol. 11 No. 4
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Trichosanthes (Cucurbitaceae) in Malesia comprises 5 sections with 39 species, here alphabetically arranged. Key to the sections, keys the species within the sections and eight regional keys are presented Twenty-five taxa are newly proposed: 1 section, 14 species, 1 sub species, 2 varieties and 7 forms.
TWO NEW WILD SPECIES OF AVERRHOA (OXALIDACEAE) FROM INDONESIA Rugayah, Rugayah; Sunarti, Siti
REINWARDTIA Vol 12, No 4 (2008): Vol. 12, No. 4
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RUGAYAH & SUNARTI, S. 2008. Two new wild species of Averrhoa (Oxalidaceae) from Indonesia. Reinwardtia 12(4): 325 – 331. — Based on living collections cultivated in Bogor Botanical Gardens and several herbarium specimens kept in Herbarium Bogoriense, Averrhoa dolichocarpa Rugayah & Sunarti (from New Guinea) and A. leucopetala Rugayah & Sunarti (from North Sulawesi) are described as new species. They are compared with A. carambola L. and A. bilimbi L. the only other known species so far.
A NEW SPECIES OF MURRAYA FROM CYCLOPS MOUNTAIN, PAPUA, INDONESIA ASTUTI, INGGIT PUJI; RUGAYAH, RUGAYAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 15, No 2 (2016): Vol.15 No.2
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ASTUTI, I. P. & RUGAYAH. 2016. A new species of Murraya from Cyclops Mountain, Papua, Indonesia. Reinwardtia 15(2): 111 –114. — A living collection of Bogor Botanic Gardens, planted in plot XXIV.A.192-192a and originated from Kemiri Said Nature Reserve, Cyclops Mountain in Papua collected by Lugrayasa (LG 1352), is described and illustrated as a new species, namely Murraya cyclopensis Astuti & Rugayah. The species is closely related to Murraya paniculata (L.) Jack, in vegetative and flower structures, but differ in the presence of indumentum on twig, rachis and petiole, smaller size of flowers, red globose fruits, and orbicular seeds covered by densely short hairs and red aril.
A NEW STATUS FOR DESMODIUM OVALIFOLIUM (PAPILIONACEAE) RUGAYAH, RUGAYAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 10, No 3 (1987): vol. 10 No.3
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Based on differences in anatomical and morphological characters, the new combination Desmodium heterocarpon (L.) DC. subsp. heterocarpon var. ovalifolium (Wall, ex Prain) Rugayah is proposed to accommodate some specimens formerly included in D. heterocarpon var. heterocarpon,
NEW TAXA IN MALESIAN CUCURBITACEAE RUGAYAH, RUGAYAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 11, No 3 (1998): Vol. 11 No. 3
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In the wide-spread cucurbitaceous SE Asian genus Trichosanthes 5 new Malesian taxa are described by Rugayah, viz Trichosanthes auriculata Rugayah, T. beccariana Cogn. subsp. pusilla Rugayah, T.montana Rugayah, T. pendula Rugayah, and T. rotundifolia Rugayah. The new monotypic genus Borneosicyos, with the sole species B.simplex de Wilde, endemic of Sabah, is described by de Wilde.