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Tumbuhan Api Api
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Apakah teman-teman tahu tumbuhan Api-api ? Bagaimana cara tumbuhan ini berdaptasi di lingkungannya ?
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#2
Tumbuhan api api atau avicennia beradataptasi dengan menumbuhkan akar napas dan membuat kelenjar garam
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(04-04-2017, 05:19 PM)farizrayyan Wrote: Tumbuhan api api atau avicennia beradataptasi dengan menumbuhkan akar napas dan membuat kelenjar garam

Kenapa akarnya kayak jarum gitu ya ?

Serem..
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#4
Akar yang seperti jarum itu adalah akar napas
Avicennia(tumbuhan api api)banyak ditemukan di tepi laut atau di garis pantai
Kebanyakan air di hutan mangrove mengandung garam(air asin)sehingga avicennia beradaptasi
Dengan lingkungannya menggunalan akar napas dan kelenjar garam fungsi akar napas antara lain adalah untuk bernapas akar napas ini memiliki banyak lubang kecil untuk menghirup udara fungsi kelenjar garam adalah untuk mengeluarkan kelebihan garam pada tubuhnya
Begitulah
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Butea monosperma
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Butea monosperma
STS 001 Butea monosperma.jpg
In Bangalore, India
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Genus: Butea
Species: B. monosperma
Binomial name
Butea monosperma
(Lam.) Taub.
Synonyms

Butea frondosa Roxb. ex Willd.
Erythrina monosperma Lam.[1]
Plaso monosperma
a flower in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
Butea monosperma in Bagh-e-Jinnah, Lahore
A Semal Tree in full bloom in Faizabad, India.
Palash Blooms in Ranchi, Jharkhand
a palasha shrub from malappuram dist kerala

Butea monosperma is a species of Butea native to tropical and sub-tropical parts of the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and western Indonesia.[1] Common names include flame-of-the-forest and bastard teak.[1]

It is a medium-sized dry season-deciduous tree, growing to 15 m (49 ft) tall. It is a slow growing tree, young trees have a growth rate of a few feet per year. The leaves are pinnate, with an 8–16 cm (3.1–6.3 in) petiole and three leaflets, each leaflet 10–20 cm (3.9–7.9 in) long. The flowers are 2.5 cm (0.98 in) long, bright orange-red, and produced in racemes up to 15 cm (5.9 in) long. The fruit is a pod 15–20 cm (5.9–7.9 in) long and 4–5 cm (1.6–2.0 in) broad.[2]

In West Bengal, it is associated with spring, especially through the poems and songs of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, who likened its bright orange flame-like flower to fire. In Santiniketan, where Tagore lived, this flower has become an indispensable part of the celebration of spring. The plant has lent its name to the town of Palashi, famous for the historic Battle of Plassey fought there.[citation needed]

In the state of Jharkhand Palash is associated with the folk tradition. Many folk literary expressions describe palash as the forest fire. The beauty of dry deciduous forests of Jharkhand reach their height when most trees have fallen their leaves and Palash is in its full bloom. Palash is also the State Flower of Jharkhand.

It is said that the tree is a form of Agni, God of Fire. It was a punishment given to Him by Goddess Parvati for disturbing Her and Lord Shiva's privacy.[citation needed] In Telangana, these flowers are specially used in the worship of Lord Shiva on occasion of Shivratri. In Telugu, this tree is called Modugu chettu.

In Kerala, this is called 'plasu' and 'chamata'. Chamata is the vernacular version of Sanskrit word 'Samidha', small piece of wood that is used for 'agnihotra' or fire ritual. In most of the old namboodiri (Kerala Brahmin) houses, one can find this tree because this is widely used for their fire ritual.

In Theravada Buddhism, Butea monosperma is said to have used as the tree for achieved enlightenment, or Bodhi by second Lord Buddha called "Medhankara - මේධංකර". The plant is known as කෑල in Sinhala.
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(05-04-2017, 07:03 PM)farizrayyan Wrote: Akar yang seperti jarum itu adalah akar napas
Avicennia(tumbuhan api api)banyak ditemukan di tepi laut atau di garis pantai
Kebanyakan air di hutan mangrove mengandung garam(air asin)sehingga avicennia beradaptasi
Dengan lingkungannya menggunalan akar napas dan kelenjar garam fungsi akar napas antara lain adalah untuk bernapas akar napas ini memiliki banyak lubang kecil untuk menghirup udara fungsi kelenjar garam adalah untuk mengeluarkan kelebihan garam pada tubuhnya
Begitulah

ow..
aku kira awalnya itu adalah bakau...
kalau daunnya bakau itu ada garamnya juga , Kan ?
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#7
(13-05-2017, 08:37 PM)Francesco Wrote: Butea monosperma
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Butea monosperma
STS 001 Butea monosperma.jpg
In Bangalore, India
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Genus: Butea
Species: B. monosperma
Binomial name
Butea monosperma
(Lam.) Taub.
Synonyms

Butea frondosa Roxb. ex Willd.
Erythrina monosperma Lam.[1]
Plaso monosperma
a flower in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
Butea monosperma in Bagh-e-Jinnah, Lahore
A Semal Tree in full bloom in Faizabad, India.
Palash Blooms in Ranchi, Jharkhand
a palasha shrub from malappuram dist kerala

Butea monosperma is a species of Butea native to tropical and sub-tropical parts of the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and western Indonesia.[1] Common names include flame-of-the-forest and bastard teak.[1]

It is a medium-sized dry season-deciduous tree, growing to 15 m (49 ft) tall. It is a slow growing tree, young trees have a growth rate of a few feet per year. The leaves are pinnate, with an 8–16 cm (3.1–6.3 in) petiole and three leaflets, each leaflet 10–20 cm (3.9–7.9 in) long. The flowers are 2.5 cm (0.98 in) long, bright orange-red, and produced in racemes up to 15 cm (5.9 in) long. The fruit is a pod 15–20 cm (5.9–7.9 in) long and 4–5 cm (1.6–2.0 in) broad.[2]

In West Bengal, it is associated with spring, especially through the poems and songs of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, who likened its bright orange flame-like flower to fire. In Santiniketan, where Tagore lived, this flower has become an indispensable part of the celebration of spring. The plant has lent its name to the town of Palashi, famous for the historic Battle of Plassey fought there.[citation needed]

In the state of Jharkhand Palash is associated with the folk tradition. Many folk literary expressions describe palash as the forest fire. The beauty of dry deciduous forests of Jharkhand reach their height when most trees have fallen their leaves and Palash is in its full bloom. Palash is also the State Flower of Jharkhand.

It is said that the tree is a form of Agni, God of Fire. It was a punishment given to Him by Goddess Parvati for disturbing Her and Lord Shiva's privacy.[citation needed] In Telangana, these flowers are specially used in the worship of Lord Shiva on occasion of Shivratri. In Telugu, this tree is called Modugu chettu.

In Kerala, this is called 'plasu' and 'chamata'. Chamata is the vernacular version of Sanskrit word 'Samidha', small piece of wood that is used for 'agnihotra' or fire ritual. In most of the old namboodiri (Kerala Brahmin) houses, one can find this tree because this is widely used for their fire ritual.

In Theravada Buddhism, Butea monosperma is said to have used as the tree for achieved enlightenment, or Bodhi by second Lord Buddha called "Medhankara - මේධංකර". The plant is known as කෑල in Sinhala.

aku gak begitu bisa bahasa Inggris Francesco..
agak susah ngertinya..
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#8
tapi bukanya kamu kadang-kadang bicara sama aku pakai english dewa
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#9
iya..
tapi kalau kepanjangan aq agak susah..
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#10
kalau begitu kamu belajar ingris saja dewa sama guru supaya bisa bahasa ingris lancar.
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