Inventory and biodiversity medicinal plants of dayak tomun society in lopus village Lamandau regency central Kalimantan

A Santoso, E and Jumari, Jumari and Utami, Sri Inventory and biodiversity medicinal plants of dayak tomun society in lopus village Lamandau regency central Kalimantan. Journal of Physics: Conference Series .

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Abstract

Dayak Tomun was one of Dayak tribe lived in the area of Lamandau Regency of Central Kalimantan. Knowledge of medicinal plants of Dayak Tomun society retrieved from ancestral knowledge or their ancestors. The absence of documentation from the study of the knowledge of medicinal plants, then the Dayak Tomun to do Ethnobotany studies. This research aim was examined deeper knowledge and utilization of Dayak Tomun society on the medicinal plant. The method used was the semi-structured interview and participatory observations involving the six key informants of the profession as a shaman. Results of the study were found that 73 species and 69 genera, 43 family medicinal plants with the dominant family (9.59%) were the Zingiberaceae. Part of the medicinal plants that have most frequencies used by Dayak community Tomun is a leaf (38.38%), mixed with the boiled way (50%) and consumed with the drink (41.10%). The tradition of processing and utilization of medicinal plants by the Dayak Tomun society is important to apply and further preserved, so the local wisdom of the traditional medicine will remain awake

Item Type:Article
Subjects:Q Science > Q Science (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Science and Mathematics > Department of Biology
ID Code:78762
Deposited By:Mr Suhersi Rahmadhani
Deposited On:13 Dec 2019 06:12
Last Modified:13 Dec 2019 06:12

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