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The editor received a paper from the staff of the Indonesian Botanic Garden and an outside writer interested in the plant world for publication in the Botanic Garden News with the following conditions:

Manuscripts sent are papers that have not been published in journals or other media and are written in standard and straightforward Indonesian language.
The manuscript contains at least the Title, Introduction, Content Description, Closing, and Bibliography with abstracts in English without keywords and attachments.
The manuscript is typed in the Microsoft Word program with Times New Roman 12 letters, one spacing, and contains a maximum of 15 pages of A4 size paper with a border of 2.5 cm each.
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The references are written with the following conditions:


Ellison, D., & Ellison, A. 2001. Cultivated Palms of the World. Periplus Editions (HK) Ltd. Singapore.

Part of the Book:

Soltis, D.E., & Soltis, P.S. 1998. Choosing an Approach and an Appropriate Gene for Phylogenetic Analysis. P. 1-42 in. Soltis, D.E., P.S. Soltis, and J.F. Doyle (Eds.). Molecular Systematics of Plants II: DNA Sequencing. Kluer Academic Publishers. Massachusetts.


Kim, Y.S. 2006. Conservation of plant diversity in Korea. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 2: 163-170.

Peterson, R.L., Uetake, Y., & Zelmer, C. 1998. Fungal symbioses with orchid protocorms. Symbiosis, 25: 29-55.


Nala, N. 2004. Philosophical Use and Diversity of Plant Hindu Religious Ceremonies in Bali. Thing. 9-28. in. Siregar, M., Hartutiningsih-M. Siregar, Sumantera, I.W., Wiswasta, I.G.N.A., Sutara, K., & Lestari, W.S. (Editor). Proceedings of the Hindu Plant Conservation Ceremony Seminar. UPT Botanical Garden Plant Conservation Center ‘Eka Karya’ Bali-LIPI in collaboration with Udayana University and Mahasaraswati University. Tabanan


http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Huperzia. Huperzia-Definition Results. Accessed April 10, 2008.

Hassler, M., & Swale, B. 2008. Family Lycopodiaceae, Genus Huperzia: World Species List. http://homepages.caverock.net.nz/-bj/fern/huperzia.htm, accessed April 10, 2008.