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MAPPA

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Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements
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A new pollination system: brood-site pollination by flower bugs in Macaranga (Euphorbiaceae).
Where soft wood (kayu lami), such as bengawong (Macaranga gigantea) or bakangin (Tema sp) was used, often for the rafters, wood pegs, 2-3 inches long from the tiad tree (Eugeissonaminer Becc) helped to secure them (isu ngalantak).
Mostly the roots of the medicinal plants were used to treat stomachache (Gendarussa vulgaris, Elephantopus scaber, Gliricidia sepium, Coleus blumei, Swietenia mahogani, and Moringa oleifera), urinary tract infections (Polyscias scutellaria, Vernonia cinerea, Carica papaya, and Imperata cylindrica), muscle pain or over fatigue ("bughat") in women (Bidens pilosa, Eleusine indica, Malvastrum coromandelinum, and Ficus septica, and Solanum verbascifolium), fever (Gendarussa vulgaris, Carica papaya, and Macaranga tanarius), diarrhea (Elephantopus scaber, Diplazium esculentum, Carica papaya, and Lansium domesticum), and enhance proper blood circulation (Catharanthus roseus, Bixa orellana, and Ixora macrothyrsa).
(2010) determinaron para seis especies angiospermas: Endospermum diadenum ([rho] = 350 kg/[m.sup.3]), Cratoxylum arborecens ([rho] = 410 kg/[m.sup.3]), Dyera polyphylla (p = 440 kg/[m.sup.3]), Macaranga gigantea (p = 240 kg/[m.sup.3]), Commersonia bartramia (p = 320 kg/[m.sup.3]) y Alstonia pneumatophora (p = 370 kg/[m.sup.3]) un modulo en vibraciones transversales libre-libre promedio de 22 270 MPa, todas las maderas con CH promedio de 12%.
Extrafloral nectar production of the ant-associated plant, Macaranga tanarius, is an induced, indirect, defensive response elicited by jasmonic acid.
A few perennial weeds, Cleome gynandra L., Macaranga sp.
He said that one of the major indicators of human action in the rainforest is the sheer prevalence of fast-growing 'weed' trees such as Macaranga, Celtis and Trema.
They obtained the highest Al concentration in Macaranga winkleri (Euphorbiaceae) with 0.11 g x [kg.sup.-1] from a tropical rain forest ecosystem in Sarawak, Malaysia, and this value was low compared to Al-accumulator species.
Potential cancer chemopreventive constituents of the leaves of Macaranga triloba.
The highest numbers of individuals were Anthocleista schweinfurthii (38), Macaranga heterophylla (14), Rauvolfia vomitoria (12), Xylopia aethiopica (10), xylopia sp.
Holldobler, "Chemical composition of the slippery epicuticular wax blooms on Macaranga (Euphorbiaceae) ant-plants," Chemoecology, vol.
The nymphs fed on a wide array of plants, including mango, banana, coffee, arecanut, and weeds like Macaranga indica, Clerodendron sp.