Ithentication and Similarity Test: Indentification of Agronomic Traits of Centella asiatica (L.) Urban.Naturally Grown at Regions with Different Altitudes

Halimi, Entis Sutisna (2011) Ithentication and Similarity Test: Indentification of Agronomic Traits of Centella asiatica (L.) Urban.Naturally Grown at Regions with Different Altitudes. LPPM Universitas Riau.

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Abstract

The Centella asiatica plant was an important herbal plant in Indonesia. The research was done to describe several agronomic traits that related to yield of the plants grown at regions with different altititudes. The research was carried out at three different regions of highland, midland, and lowerland, each at > 500m, 250-500m, and < 250m above sea level. The research location was Pagar Alam, Musi Rawas, and Ogan Ilir, respectively. Research indicated that the agronomic traits of the plants grown at highland, midland, and lowerland, regions were about the same for general appearence of leaf shape and flower color. The leaf size, number and length of stolone, number of rossets, length of rhizomes, and number of flower were varied depending on the region. The plants grown at highland and midland region tend to have larger leaf size, shorter petiole and stolone, more number of rossets and stolone, longer rhizomes, and more number of flowers per plant, as compared to the plants of lowerland region. This could be indication that Centella asiatica plants grown on midland, and highland were more productive than plants of lowerland region.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General) > S589.75-589.76 Agriculture and the environment
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Divisions: Faculty of Agriculture > 54204-Agronomy (Agricultural Sciences) (S1)
Depositing User: Dr.Ir.M.Sc E.S. Halimi
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2019 08:10
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2019 02:56
URI: http://repository.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/18011

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