Pinanga


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Pinanga

 

a genus of palms with short (6-9 m), slender stems and feathery leaves. The stems are solitary or multiple. There are more than 100 species, distributed in Southeast Asia.

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improves early growth of Shorea pinanga nursery seedlings.
Many species-rich genera of understory palms exhibit a huge diversity in plant size, leaf size, and morphology, notably Bactris, Chamaedorea, and Geonoma in the Neotropics, and Areca, Dypsis, Gronophyllum, Iguanura, Licuala, Neophloga, Pinanga, Ptychosperma, and Salacca in the Paleotropics (Dransfield, 1989; Chazdon, l991b; Hodel, 1992).
The most ecologically similar congener of Shorea stenoptera is Shorea pinanga Scheff sect.
At both forest sites, the percentage of survivors, the instantaneous mortality rate at each census and the mean mortality rates were calculated over the 34 wk of this study for the experimentally sown seeds, for the coagener Shorea pinanga, and for the natural mastfruiting dipterocarp seed community.
B 284 Besi danau Ci 285 077 Akar E kelempi 286 451 Bogor Akar A,B,C serang 287 075b, Leiden Akar E 096 tebentak 288 468 Bogor Asam riang B,C 289 353, 502 Bogor Kebesi B, Ci rimba, Sang 290 118 Leiden Kelusuk B,C,D bujang, Piuluk, Engklusuk 291 009, 458 Bogor Gelagan A, (D) 292 Kelukuk E bukit 293 Sebalpau C 294 061 Leiden Pasak D 295 527, 528 Bogor Pinanga E kenyala 296 531 Bogor ?