Ms. Alfi  Rumidatul
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Ms. Alfi Rumidatul

Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

Highest Degree
Ph.D. Student in Biology from Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
Plant Biology
Forest Product
Wood Anatomy

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Rumidatul, A., N. Rahmawati and S. Sunarya, 2021. Production of secondary metabolites and its antibacterial and antioxidant activity during the growth period of endophytic fungi isolated from gall rust sengon plants. Pharmacogn. J., 13: 325-331.
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  2. Rumidatul, A., I.N.P. Aryantha and E. Sulistyawati, 2021. Phytochemicals screening, GC/MS characterization and antioxidant activity of Falcataria moluccana Miq. Barneby and J. W. Grimes methanolic extract. Pharmacogn. J., 13: 450-455.
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  3. Sumardi, I., A. Hadiyane, A. Rumidatul and L. Melani, 2020. Characteristics of empty palm bunch fibers as alternative pulp material. Am. J. Appl. Sci., 17: 129-134.
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  4. Hadiyane, A., R. Dungani, T. Karliati and A. Rumidatul, 2019. Effects of vinegar waste logging based stimulant on production of resin from Pinus merkusii Jungh. Et De Vriese. Rasayan J. Chem., 12: 2227-2234.
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  5. Rumidatul, A., E. Sulistyawati and I.N.P. Aryantha, 2018. Trypsin inhibitor activity and protein analysis of gall rust from sengon plants (Falcataria moluccana Miq.) Infected with Uromycladium tepperianum fungus. Asian J. Plant Sci., 17: 75-84.
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  6. Hadiyane, A., R. Dungani, S.P. Dewi and A. Rumidatul, 2018. Effect of chemical modification of jabon wood (Anthocephalus cadamba Miq.) on morphological structure and dimensional stability. J. Biol. Sci., 18: 201-207.
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  7. Dungani, R., M.N. Islam, H.A. Khalil, Y. Davoudpour and A. Rumidatul, 2014. Modification of the inner part of the oil palm trunk (OPT) with oil palm shell (OPS) nanoparticles and phenol formaldehyde (PF) resin: Physical, mechanical and thermal properties. BioResources, 9: 455-471.
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