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Evaluation of community-based interventions for non-communicable diseases: experiences from India and Indonesia.
This paper reports the results of formative and outcome evaluation of two ongoing community-based intervention programmes for integrated non-communicable disease (NCD) prevention and control in urbanExpand
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Changes in the volatile compounds and in the chemical and physical properties of snake fruit (Salacca edulis Reinw) Cv. Pondoh during maturation.
During the maturation of snake fruit (Salacca edulis Reinw) Pondoh, the contents of sucrose, glucose, fructose, and volatile compounds changed drastically. The glucose, fructose, and volatileExpand
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Mortality in Central Java: results from the indonesian mortality registration system strengthening project
BackgroundMortality statistics from death registration systems are essential for health policy and development. Indonesia has recently mandated compulsory death registration across the entire countryExpand
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Hubungan antara Hipertensi, Merokok dan Minuman Suplemen Energi dan Kejadian Penyakit Ginjal Kronik
Background: Chronic kidney diseases (CKD) are a global health problem with increasing incidence, prevalence and mortality rate. So far no study has been known to have been conducted on factorsExpand
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Long-term crop residue application maintains oil palm yield and temporal stability of production
Crop residue management is an important agricultural practice that has a high potential to improve soil health and optimize crop production. Compared to annual crops, relatively little is known aboutExpand
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Mycorrhizal Formation and Growth of Shorea leprosula in Bukit Suharto After Using Charcoal and Rockphosphate
1. Rockphosphate has a significant effect on the growth of Shorea leprosula, both for diameter and height. 2. Rockphosphate has a good relation to mycorrhizal formation. 3.Expand
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Treatment to Develop Mycorrhiza Formation on Dipterocarp Seedlings
Forests in Indonesia extend over approximately 65 million ha with most of the area dominated by dipterocarps, which are one of Indonesia’s main exports. Most diptero-carps belong to families in whichExpand
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Temporal variability in soil quality after organic residue application in mature oil palm plantations
Despite the dramatic changes in land-use arising from expansion of the palm oil industry, soil biodiversity in oil palm plantations has been little investigated. The present study aims to assess theExpand
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Resilience of ecological functions to drought in an oil palm agroecosystem
Oil palm is a major habitat in the tropics. It is highly productive and contributes substantially to the economies of producing countries, but its expansion has caused widespread deforestation, withExpand
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