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STUDI ETNOBOTANI TUMBUHAN OBAT SUKU “TOPO UMA” DI DESA Oo PARESE KECAMATAN KULAWI SELATAN KABUPATEN SIGI SULAWESI TENGAH

Biocelebes Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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Research on "The ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants of Topo Uma Tribe in Oo Parese village Kulawi district Central Sulawesi has been conducted from August to October 2014. This study aimed to obtain information about the kinds of plants are utilized as medicine, organ herbs used, the type of disease being treated and how it is used by Uma Topo tribe in the village of Oo parese.  The research method was a survey method to obtain quantitative and qualitative data. A total of 41 (forty-one) respondents including traditional leaders, shaman/"sando", nurses and local communities in semi-structured interview to obtain the necessary data. The result showed there were  32 species of plants are utilized as a medicinal plant. Plant organ was used such as leave, fruit, stem, bark, secd and root. There were some deaseas can be treatied like. Chronic desease, by different kind of application method, i.e mashed, squeezed, smeared used as fresh vegetables and stewed before served.

IDENTIFIKASI DAN POPULASICACING TANAH DI EKITAR LUBANG RESAPAN BIOPORI (LRB) YANG DIISI MEDIA LIMBAH KULIT BUAH KAKAO

Biocelebes Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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The purpose of this study is to identify the earthworm and how population earthworm in Biopore Absortion Holesfilled with cocoa pod waste. The study was conducted from April to August 2015 in the Sibonu Village, Sigi District Central Sulawesi province. Samples are preserved into alcohol series i.e 30%, 50%, and 70% before stored into alcohol 70 % for the pickling and identification process. Sample identification was executed at Laboratory of Biology, Faculty of Basic Sciences, Tadulako  University, Palu using identification key by Sims and Easton (1972) and Easton (1979). There are only one species found in the field namely Planapheretima sp. and earthworm juvenile which is belongs to family Megascolecidae. The result showed that there was one species is Planapheretima sp. and other individual are still in the juvenile phase of the family Megascolecidae of subgenus Planaheretima. The highest population density of earthworm is the biopore absortion holes 3 (cocoa pod waste), compared to the biopore absortion holes 1-2 (cocoa pod waste), K+ (without cocoa pod waste) and K- (without biopore absortion holes).

KEANEKARAGAMAN MAKROFAUNA TANAH PADA LUBANG RESAPAN BIOPORI YANG DIISI MEDIA LIMBAH KULIT BUAH KAKAO (Theobroma cacao L.)

Biocelebes Vol 11, No 1 (2017)
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The objective of this study is to determine the diversity of the soil macrofauna in Biopore Absoption Holes filled with cocoa pod waste (Theobroma cacaoL.). The study was conducted from April to August 2015 in the cocoa plantations Sibonu Village, Sigi District, Central Sulawesi. Sample identification executed in laboratory of Biology, Faculty of Basic Sciences,Tadulako University. The method used in this study are handsorting. There are six species identified from the field i.e: scorpion (Mastigoproctus giganteus), spiders (FamilyLycosidae), red small-millipedes (Order Spirobolida) and black small-millipedes (Order Pselaphognatha), legthousand yellow (ClassDiplopoda) and earthworms (class Oligochaeta). Diversity and even ness indexes are low.