4 edition of Gingers of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-131) and index.
|Statement||K. Larsen ... [et al.] ; edited by K.M. Wong ; with photographs by Ali Ibrahim ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Larsen, Kai., Wong, K. M.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.Z65 G56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||135 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||98945138|
Peninsular Malaysia, region of the state federation of Malaysia. It occupies the southern half of the Malay Peninsula and is separated from East Malaysia (on the island of Borneo) by the South China Sea. Formerly the Federation of Malaya (–63), it contains the bulk of Malaysia’s population. Cultivated Gingers of Peninsular Malaysia: Utilization, Profiles and Micropropagation Vol Page 71 An Introduction to the New Guinea Database, with Notes on the Zingiberaceae, Specifically Riedelia Oliv.
Birds of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. This small field guide might be conveniently sized and priced, but it also leaves a lot to be desired. The first point to note is its conciseness: the author has chosen bird species to feature in the book, out of an approximate described species in the area. A Field Guide to the Birds of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. A second edition of this landmark publication and featuring two new plates. A huge number of changes have occurred since the publication of the original including, encouragingly, many gaps in knowledge being filled in the interim period.
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A brief history of research on Malayan gingers --The tribes and genera of the Zingiberaceae in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore --The study and collection of gingers. Responsibility: K. Larsen [and others] ; edited by K.M. Wong ; with photographs by Ali Ibrahim [and others]. Gingers of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore Paperback – Janu by K M Wong (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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The birds are illustrated in a series of 74 stunning full-colour plates, painted for this book by Alan Pearson, an artist with considerable first-hand experience of the s: A Guide to Gingers of Borneo By Anthony Lamb, Januarius Gobilik, Marlina Ardiyani & Alex Dalberg Poulsen - () pages; gloss art paper, with colour photographs & 1 map.
Soft Cover: cm x cm. ISBN: Natural History Publications (Borneo) Kota Kinabalu The gingers are among the most popular.
Zingiberales (Gingers and Bananas) 2. Gingers of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. Book. Jan With this basic background this book aims at to highlight the regional and socio-economic.
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Recently. Lying to the south of Peninsular Malaysia across the Johor Strait is the highly urbanised island nation of Singapore which, despite a small landmass, is also remarkably rich in wildlife.
Many of the snakes found in Peninsular Malaysia can also be found inhabiting Singapore's city, parks and remaining wild spaces.
Malaysia, also known as Malaya or West Malaysia, is the part of Malaysia which lies on the Malay Peninsula and surrounding islands. Its area issquare kilometres (51, sq mi), which is nearly 40% of the total area of the country - or slightly larger than England (, km²).
It shares a land border with Thailand to the north and Singapore at the southernmost tip. edit Geography. Peninsular Malaysia is located on the Malay Peninsula. It shares borders with Thailand in the north and is bounded by the Strait of Malacca to the west and the South China Sea to the east.
Singapore lies at the southern tip of the peninsula. Peninsular Malaysia is also known as West Malaysia, while Malaysian Borneo is alternatively known as East Malaysia. Of the approximately species of plants found in the Ginger family about occur in tropical Asia.
The richest area floristically is the Malesian region; a distinct zone that includes Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. This list of Nepenthes literature is a listing of major published works dealing with the tropical pitcher plants of the genus includes specialised standalone publications and taxonomic monographs released as part of larger works, but excludes regular journal and magazine articles.
Unless otherwise indicated, all information on individual publications is sourced from them directly. There are approximately species of Zingiberaceae belonging to 18 genera in Peninsular Malaysia.
Roughly are traditionally utilized by the indigenous folks as spices, condiments, vegetables, food flavours and medicines.
The resurgence of interest in herbs and potential lucrative anticipated revenues from the herbal industry have spurred renewed interest in exploiting traditional. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Map inside front cover. Cover title: West Malaysia and Singapore. Previous edition: published as West.
Their culinary uses are also highlighted in a small box at the side for easy reference. Accompanied with beautiful illustrations and recipes (which are courtesy of hotels like Mandarin Singapore, Conrad International and Ritz Carlton), this book will please all fruit lovers.
Gingers of. Singapore's Ginger. A rare ginger previously unknown to science was discovered in our forests just recently. Ever since I joined the Singapore Botanic Gardens inI have always wondered if there was any possibility of a still-undescribed species hidden somewhere in Singapore, despite chances of such a discovery being close to zero.
Even though Malaysia is Singapore's closest neighbour, I don't remember learning much about Malaysian history in school, so this was a welcome read. This is not a comprehensive history, but is one that is filtered through Rashid's experience as a journalist writing about the country from both within it /5(21).Running from the Thai border in the north to Singapore in the south, Peninsular Malaysia boasts a diverse array of attractions.
The eastern coastal stretch, made up of Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang states, sees fewer tourists than the far busier west coast and is often referred to as the heart of.This compact and easy-to-use bird identification guide covers more than species, and each bird description is supported by at least one clear colour photograph.
The forests and coastline of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore are home to a fantastic and vast array of birds, and offer many outstanding and easily accessible birdwatching locations, many of which are highlighted in the book's.