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Association of White Aloes (Aquilaria Filarial) with the Dominant Tree Species on the Forest Vegetation in Melinani Backwoods, Manusela Village Seram District, North Maluku


Volume 20, Issue 2, February 2016, Pages 516–525

 Association of White Aloes (Aquilaria Filarial) with the Dominant Tree Species on the Forest Vegetation in Melinani Backwoods, Manusela Village Seram District, North Maluku

Pamella Mercy Papilaya

Original language: English

Received 21 October 2015

Copyright © 2016 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


Aloes are included to a non-timber forest product and they were a natural potential of Indonesian forest. In Maluku, aloes are more common founded in the Southeast Maluku district, Southwestern Maluku and Centreal Maluku. In Indonesia there were16 kinds of trees that can produce an aloes including 6 species grows in Maluku region, but they have not been commercially used by the society in the Maluku region. White Aloes (Aquilaria filarial) were the one of local Maluku that often found in the Manusela village Seram West part. Studying the association of white Aloes (Aquilaria filarial) plant ecology, it was very important to obtain the maximum results, especially in the land utilization system, the plant cultivation technique, as well as the type that suitable to plant jointly with the white Aloes (Aquilaria filarial) plant. Types that have the strongest association ability were the spouse of Aquilaria filarial and Ficus elastic. Aquilaria filarial and Cananga odorata. Types that have a weakest association ability with the Aquilaria filarial were Euchaliptus sp. Based on the analysis results of cluster, the type of which is considered capable to assosiate with the white Aloes (Aquilaria filarial) were: (a) Aquilaria filarial and Euchaliptus sp; (b) Aquilaria filarial and Ficus elastic; (c) Aquilaria filarial and Cananga odorata; (d) Aquilaria filarial and Cananga odorata; and (e) filarial Aquilaria and Miristica fatua.

Author Keywords: Association, white aloes (Aquilaria filarial), melinani backwoods, Manusela village, seram district, north Maluku.


How to Cite this Article


Pamella Mercy Papilaya, “Association of White Aloes (Aquilaria Filarial) with the Dominant Tree Species on the Forest Vegetation in Melinani Backwoods, Manusela Village Seram District, North Maluku,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 516–525, February 2016.