Acclimatization of KFeFRIM01: A Superior Clone of Labisia pumila var. alata

@inproceedings{Nabilah2017AcclimatizationOK,
  title={Acclimatization of KFeFRIM01: A Superior Clone of Labisia pumila var. alata},
  author={S. B. Syafiqah Nabilah and Farah Fazwa and Siti Suhaila and N. M. Norhayati and Mohd Zikri Mohd Zaki and Masitah Masitah},
  year={2017}
}
Labisia pumila or commonly known as kacip fatimah is one of the popular medicinal plant in Malaysia. The constituents of this plant have been reported to possess anti cancer, antioxidant, anti-obesity and anti-inflammatory properties. The growth and production of L. pumila is greatly influenced by the environmental condition such as shade, humidity and growing media. In this study, the survivality of L. pumila var. alata (KFeFRIM01) plantlets derived from tissue culture technique using… Expand

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