Mantan Rektor UI MK Tadjudin BerpuLang

08/05/2017


Rektor Universitas Indonesia (periode 1994-1998) Prof Dr dr Muhammad Kamil Tadjudin, Sp And (80) meninggal di Rumah Sakit MMC di Jakarta, Jumat (5/5). Almarhum dimakamkan di TPU Karet Bivak, Jakarta. Read the rest of this entry »


PBI Gelar Seminar Untuk Motivasi Peneliti Sumber Daya Alam Papua

22/09/2015
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Ketua Perhimounan Biologi Indonesia (PBI) Siti Nuramaliati

Jayapura, beritalima.com – Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia (PBI) menggelar seminar nasional Biologi di Auditorium Universitas Cenderawasih 08-10 September 2015. Read the rest of this entry »


Seminar PBI

09/06/2015
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Seminar Nasional Biologi ke-XXIII
Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia

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LATAR BELAKANG

Indonesia merupakan salah satu dari hanya beberapa negara di dunia yang memiliki jumlah keanekaragaman hayati yang sangat tinggi. Kekayaan keanekaragaman hayati tersebut tersebar di lima pulau besar dan pulau – pulau kecil, darat dan laut, di seluruh Indonesia. Kekayaan hayati ini menjadi modal dasar dalam membangun masyarakat Indonesia yang lebih sejahtera.

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Paper Authorship and Proposal Writing Workshop

14/01/2013

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Paper Authorship and Proposal Writing Workshop (Draft)

Himpunan Kimia Indonesia in collaboration with Ministry of Research and Technology, CRDF Global, and US Department of State will hold a Paper Authorship and Proposal Writing Workshop, on 14-17 May 2013 in Denpasar, Bali. Read the rest of this entry »


IURAN ANGGOTA PBI

10/07/2012


The Freshwater Snail Genus Sulcospira Troschel, 1857 From Java, With Description Of A New Species From Tasikmalaya, West Java, Indonesia (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Pachychilidae)

24/04/2012
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The freshwater snail genus Sulcospira Troschel, 1858 is found in Sundaland, Indochina, and southern China, and its members usually occur in relatively fast running waters, such as rivers and streams or creeks (Köhler & Dames, 2009). Three species of Sulcospira have been recorded from Java: the type species of the genus, S. sulcospira (Mousson, 1848), as well as S. pisum (Brot, 1868) and S. testudinaria (von dem Busch, 1842) (van Benthem-Jutting, 1956; Köhler & Glaubrecht, 2005; Köhler et al., 2008). Earlier authors, including Morrison (1954) and van Benthem-Jutting (1956), referred the genus Sulcospira to the family Thiaridae and recognised only one species in Java, Sulcospira sulcospira.

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Notes On The Distribution Of Invasive Freshwater Snail Pomacea Canaliculata (Lamarck, 1822) And P. Insularum (D’orbigny, 1835) In Indonesia

23/04/2012
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The freshwater snails and have been reported as important invasive species causing damage to crops and predominantly wetland rice in Asia. These snails are known as “Golden Apple Snail” (GAS), an introduced species from Argentina. or known as “keong mas, keongmurbei” was introduced in Indonesia around 1983, and after more than 20 years, it now can be found very abundant at various habitats such as marshes, ponds, irrigations, lakes and rice fields in almost all places in Indonesia.

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