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What Is Rafflesia Arnoldi?


Title                                            :  Rafflesia Arnoldi
General classification               : Rafflesia Rafflesia Arnoldi as other species are obligate parasites of plants. He grew up in the stem lianas (vines) from the genus Tetrastigma. Arnoldii Rafflesia have no leaves so that photosynthesis can not afford her own.
Description                                 :
-          Body                         :
RafflesiaArnoldi flower (Rafflesia arnoldii) has a flower with 5 petals wide. When the bloom of this flower can reach a diameter of between 70-110 cm in height reached 50 cm and weight reached 11 kg.
-          Habitat                     :
KerinciSeblat National Park (TNKS), South Bukit Barisan National Park (TNBBS), Elephant Training Center (PLG) Seblat (North Bengkulu district), and the Padang District Jar Kaur.
-          Distribution              : Sumatera, Bengkulu
-          Conservation           : South Bukit Barisan National Park
-          Kingdom                  : Plantae
-          Division                    : Magnoliophyta
-          Class                         : Magnoliopsida
-          Order                        : Malpighiales
-          Family                      : Rafflesiaceae
-          Genus                       : Rafflesia
-          Species                      : Rafflesia arnoldii
-          Synonyms                 : Rafflesia titan

TEKS DESCRIPTION
Rafflesia Rafflesia Arnoldi as other species are obligate parasites of plants. He grew up in the stem lianas (vines) from the genus Tetrastigma. Arnoldii Rafflesia have no leaves so that photosynthesis can not afford her own. Nutrients needed interest is taken from its host tree. Besides not having the leaves, the flowers are set as floral identity Bengkulu province and as puspa rare (one of three national flower) Indonesia also lacks stems or roots. Rafflesia Arnoldi practical parts of the plant that looks just the interest alone that developed within a certain time. Rafflesia Arnoldi flower (Rafflesia arnoldii) has a flower with 5 petals wide. When the bloom of this flower can reach a diameter of between 70-110 cm in height reached 50 cm and weight reached 11 kg. At the base of flowers in the middle of the barrel-shaped stamens or pistil there, depending on the sex of flowers. existence of pistil and stamens that are not in a home makes the percentage of successful fertilization assisted by insects flies are very small, not necessarily because of two different sexes grow flowers in the same time in places adjacent. This flower growth period takes up to 9 months, but the flowering of only 5-7 days.

After that Rafflesia will wither and die. Habitat, Distribution, and Conservation. Some believe the flower Rafflesia Arnoldi or Patma Giant is a plant endemic to Sumatra. This giant flower can only be found in Bengkulu. Although in some other places such as Aceh and Malaysia have been reported arnoldii Rafflesia flower grows, but it is possible that there are other types of Rafflesia. Some locations are often found growing flower Rafflesia Arnoldi, among others, on the Kerinci Seblat National Park (TNKS), South Bukit Barisan National Park (TNBBS), Elephant Training Center (PLG) Seblat (North Bengkulu district), and the Padang District Jar Kaur. TNBBS itself has been established as a center for plant conservation. Flower Rafflesia Arnoldi is a rare plant, hard to find, as well as endemic. Moreover, its existence is as if in hiding for months in the body of its host until it grows flowers that blooms only once a week. Because of that, interest is set as puspa rare, accompanied puspa nation, and puspa charm (3 national flower of Indonesia) under Presidential Decree No. 4 of 1993 on Wildlife and the National Interest.

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