Suproborini, Arum
Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

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KEANEKARAGAMAN TANAMAN BUAH DAN KANDUNGAN MERKURI KAWASAN PENAMBANGAN EMAS RAKYAT DUSUN MESU DESA BOTO JATIROTOWONOGIRI JAWA TENGAH Suproborini, Arum; Sunarto, Sunarto; Wiryanto, Wiryanto; Yudiantoro, Dwi Fitri; Nurcholis, Muhammad; Sayudi, Dewi Sri; Abdurrachman, Mirzam
EnviroScienteae Vol 13, No 1 (2017): EnviroScienteae Volume 13 Nomor 1, April 2017
Publisher : Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

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The processing of gold by means of amalgamation produces mercury wastes. Mercury wastes can pollute the environment. This study aims to determine the diversity of fruit crops and mercury content in the gold mining area of Dusun Mesu. The research method used is survey method, measurement, field observation, and laboratory analysis. The types of plants found are recorded, the number and the diameter. Samples of roots, stems, and leaves of plants were analyzed mercury contents in the laboratory. Based on the results of the analysis, there were 7 types of fruit plants, as many as 32 individuals with the type of vegetation seedling, stake, poles, and trees. The results of calculation of diversity index (H¹), uniformity index (E), and dominance index (C) at all growth rates show low diversity (H = 0.02222 - 0.86648), low uniformity (E = 0.00403-0) , 27959), low dominance (C = 0,0000162 - 0,08). The content of mercury in the soil ranges from 0.001 to 0.044 mg/m³. The content of mercury in fruit crops ranges from <0.0001 - 0.0168%, and soil pH ranges from 4 to 6.8.
ETNOBOTANI TANAMAN ANTIPIRETIK MASYARAKAT DUSUN MESU BOTO JATIROTO WONOGIRI JAWA TENGAH Suproborini, Arum; Djoko Laksana, Mochamad Soeprijadi; Yudiantoro, Dwi Fitri
Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Medical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Traditional medicine in Indonesia has been known to the public long before formal health services with modern medicine. Indonesia has many species of plants that have properties to cure various diseases and some other useful properties for human health. Antipyretic plants are plants that have the property as a febrifuge. The content of flavonoids in plants merit as a reliever fever (antipyretic). This study aims to determine the garden plants that can be utilized by the community as a febrifuge. (antipyretic). The research method used is survey method. The location of the observation and sampling of the plants was done by purposive random sampling technique by plot plot size 2x2 meter, 5x5 meter (adjust the location of the land). Based on research and observation, there are 8 species of antipyretic plants tumeric (Curcuma domestica),  papaya (Carica papaya), dadap (Erythrina sp), hibiscus (Hibiscus rosasinensis), rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum), banana ( Musa  paradisiaca), soursop (Annona muricata), and yam (Pachirrhyzus erosus) which can be utilized by the local community.