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Wawan Sujarwo
Wawan Sujarwo
Research Professor at National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN)
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Ethnobotanical study of Loloh: Traditional herbal drinks from Bali (Indonesia)
W Sujarwo, AP Keim, V Savo, PM Guarrera, G Caneva
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 169, 34-48, 2015
1562015
Cultural erosion of Balinese indigenous knowledge of food and nutraceutical plants
W Sujarwo, IBK Arinasa, F Salomone, G Caneva, S Fattorini
Economic Botany 68 (4), 426-437, 2014
1412014
Ethnobotanical uses of neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss.; Meliaceae) leaves in Bali (Indonesia) and the Indian subcontinent in relation with historical background andá…
W Sujarwo, AP Keim, G Caneva, C Toniolo, M Nicoletti
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 189, 186-193, 2016
1182016
Using quantitative indices to evaluate the cultural importance of food and nutraceutical plants: Comparative data from the Island of Bali (Indonesia)
W Sujarwo, G Caneva
Journal of Cultural Heritage 18, 342-348, 2016
782016
Traditional knowledge of wild and semi-wild edible plants used in Bali (Indonesia) to maintain biological and cultural diversity
W Sujarwo, IBK Arinasa, G Caneva, PM Guarrera
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plantá…, 2016
652016
Ethnobotanical study of cultivated plants in home gardens of traditional villages in Bali (Indonesia)
W Sujarwo, G Caneva
Human Ecology 43, 769-778, 2015
602015
Studi etnobotani tumbuhan obat di kawasan sekitar Danau Buyan-Tamblingan, Bali
GAE Oktavia, IDP Darma, W Sujarwo
Buletin Kebun Raya 20 (1), 1-16, 2017
54*2017
Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz.(Anacardiaceae): profiles and applications to diabetes
W Sujarwo, AP Keim
Bioactive food as dietary interventions for diabetes, 395-405, 2019
402019
Patterns of plant use in religious offerings in Bali (Indonesia)
W Sujarwo, G Caneva, V Zuccarello
Acta Botanica Brasilica 34 (1), 40-53, 2020
392020
Red Lentil (Lens culinaris) Extract as a Novel Natural Coagulant for Turbidity Reduction: An Evaluation, Characterization and Performance Optimization Study
SC Chua, MA Malek, FK Chong, W Sujarwo, YC Ho
Water 11 (8), 1686, 2019
372019
Analisis vegetasi dan pendugaan karbon tersimpan pada pohon di kawasan sekitar gunung dan danau Batur Kintamani Bali
W Sujarwo, IDP Darma
Bumi Lestari 11 (1), 85-92, 2011
352011
Potensi bambu tali (Gigantochloa apus JA & JH Schult. Kurz) sebagai obat di Bali
W Sujarwo, IBK Arinasa, IN Peneng
Buletin Penelitian Tanaman Rempah dan Obat 21 (2), 129-137, 2010
342010
Stand biomass and carbon storage of bamboo forest in Penglipuran traditional village, Bali (Indonesia)
W Sujarwo
Journal of Forestry Research 27 (4), 913-917, 2016
332016
Optimized use of ferric chloride and sesbania seed gum (SSG) as sustainable coagulant aid for turbidity reduction in drinking water treatment
SC Chua, FK Chong, MA Malek, MR Ul Mustafa, N Ismail, W Sujarwo, ...
Sustainability 12 (6), 2273, 2020
302020
Inventarisasi jenis-jenis bambu yang berpotensi sebagai obat di Kabupaten Karangasem Bali
W Sujarwo, IBK Arinasa, IN Peneng
Buletin Kebun Raya 13 (1), 28-34, 2010
272010
A comprehensive review on the advances of bioproducts from biomass towards meeting net zero carbon emissions (NZCE)
IMT Usman, YC Ho, L Baloo, MK Lam, W Sujarwo
Bioresource Technology 366, 128167, 2022
262022
Sharing ethnobotanical knowledge in traditional villages: evidence of food and nutraceutical “core groups” in Bali, Indonesia
G Caneva, L Traversetti, W Sujarwo, V Zuccarello
Economic Botany 71 (4), 303-313, 2017
262017
A review of medicinal plants for the treatment of diabetes mellitus: The case of Indonesia
FH Arifah, AE Nugroho, A Rohman, W Sujarwo
South African Journal of Botany 149, 537-558, 2022
252022
Studi etnobotani tumbuhan obat dan upacara adat Hindu di Bali
W Sujarwo, SG Lestari
Buletin Kebun Raya 21 (2), 117-139, 2018
232018
Bamboo resources, cultural values, and ex-situ conservation in Bali, Indonesia
W Sujarwo
Reinwardtia 17 (1), 65-75, 2018
222018
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