Jeprianto Manurung

Jeprianto Manurung
University of Leipzig · Institute of Biology

Master of Science


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Jepri is currently doing his PhD at the University of Leipzig. His main goal is to manage the biodiversity of forests, especially mangroves.


Publications (4)
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Lumnitzera littorea and Lumnitzera racemosa are mangrove species distributed widely along the Indonesian coasts. Besides their ecological importance, both are of interest owing to their wealth of natural products, some of which constitute potential sources for medicinal applications. We aimed to discover and characterize new anti-infective compound...
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Manurung J, Siregar IZ, Kusmana C, Dwiyanti FG. 2017. Genetic variation of the mangrove species Avicennia marina in heavy metal polluted estuaries of Cilegon Industrial Area, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 18: 1109-1115. Mangrove forests are often facing various anthropogenic disturbances, particularly in the industrial area. However, information on the...
Conference Paper
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Informasi mengenai perspektif masyarakat lokal dan karakteristik yang unik pada setiap daerah merupakan salah satu kunci keberhasilan program restorasi/rehabilitasi hutan mangrove atau pembangunan hutan yang berbasiskan masyarakat. Memahami dengan baik keunikan suatu kelompok masyarakat lokal pada suatu kawasan hutan memberikan informasi penting te...
Studies on restoration program has been implemented in many countries which have mangrove forest. This research was design on perspective community based of Bogak villagers in it’s correction to mangrove degradation and it’s existence to social, economy and culture. The questionnaire was employed to analyze data using quantitative descriptive metho...


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Project (1)
We aim at investigating the phylogeographic history of Lumnitzera across its entire distribution range, and speciation. We also intend to investigate anti-infective compounds from different geographic locations.