KEANEKARAGAMAN TUMBUHAN BERBUNGA DI KAWASAN MALESIA

Muhammad Komarul Huda(1*), Hanifah Mutia Z. N. Amrul(2), Ferdinad Susilo(3),


(1) Universitas Simalungun, Pematangsiantar
(2) Universitas Pembangunan Panca Budi
(3) Universitas Medan Area
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Tumbuhan berbunga merupakan tumbuhan yang memiliki ciri khas berupa bunga (sering juga disebut sebagai Angiospermae/Magnoliophyta). Tumbuhan berbunga merupakan kelompok tumbuhan yang sukses menyebar luas di dunia, diperkirakan mencapai 250.000 jenis. Salah satu penyebaran tumbuhan berbunga yang sukses di dunia, berada di kawasan Malesia, terbukti 70% tumbuhan endemik ada di kawasan ini. Keanekaragaman tumbuhan berbunga di kawasan Malesia tergolong tinggi, karena di pengaruhi oleh flora Asia dan Australia, seperti: Orchidaceae, Rubiaceae, Lauraceae, Euphorbiaceae, Dipterocarpaceae, Myrtaceae, Moraceae, dan Ericaceae.


Keywords


Keanekaragaman tumbuhan berbunga, Penyebaran tumbuhan berbunga, Kawasan malesia

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