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Publications on, or with associated information about, Rimba Ilmu 



 

 

M. Sugumaran (2010). The University of Malaya “Rare Plants and Orchid Conservatory” in Rimba Ilmu Botanic Garden. Titian Alumni (University of Malaya Biannual Alumni Magazine) 2/2010: 10-11.

 

 

 

M. Sugumaran (2008). A Rainforest Eden, Classroom in a Garden. In: Ghazali Yusoff, Augustine Ong S.H., Khoo K.K., Pahamin Rajab & Shivadas P.C (eds.) The University of Malaya, The Calling of Pantai Valley. Pp. 113-119.

 

 

 

 

 

Sara Oldfield (2007). The Great Botanic Garden of The World, New Holland Publishers (UK) Ltd, London, Cape Town, Sydney, Auckland. (Rimba Ilmu featured on Page 83).

 

H.M. Abdul Majid (2000). The Herbarium and Botanic Garden of University of Malaya. Proceedings of the First and Second Symposia on Collection Building and Natural History Studies in Asia, 2000. National Science Museum Monograph, No 18, Tokyo, ix + 188 p. 

W.M.Bourke (2000), Escape to the Great Outdoors of West Malaysia, High Adventure Publishing Sdn Bhd, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, ISBN 983-40383-0-5. (Chapter on Rimba Ilmu Botanic Garden, pp. 11-12). 

A. J. Bransbury (1993), A Birdwatcher's Guide to Malaysia. Waymark Publishing, Adelaide, ISBN 0 646 14559 2. (Chapter on Universiti Malaya and Rimba Ilmu, with bird species checklist, pp. 24-28). 

S.He, Z.Zhang, Y.Gu, B.Xia, R.Chu and H.Yu (2004). Botanical Garden Science. China Agricultural Press, China. (Chapter on Malaysia and Rimba Ilmu, pp. 523-524). 

 

 

 

 

 

A.L. Lim (1991), The University of Malaya Herbarium: Status and Malaysian Plant Systematic Resources. In: A. Latiff (ed.) Status of Herbaria in Malaysia. Malaysian Nat. Committee on Plant Genetic Resources, Kuala Lumpur. ISBN 983-9647-11-3. 

 

 

 

H.C. Ong, N.W. Haron and L. Aris (1996), Medicinal Plants at Rimba Ilmu, the Botanic Garden of the University of Malaya, Malaysia. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants 4(1): 29-43. 

B.C. Stone (ed.) (1977), The Role and Goals of Tropical Botanic Gardens. Proceedings of the Symposium at the Ceremonial Opening of the Rimba Ilmu University of Malaya Botanic Garden, August 1974. Penerbit Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. 

M. Sugumaran (2005) Environmental Education at the Forest of Learning, Kuala Lumpur. Roots (Botanic Gardens Conservation Internaitonal Educaiton Review) 2 (1): 16-17.

 

 

 

 

 

M. Sugumaran (2005) The University of Malaya's Rare Plants and Orchid Conservatory in Rimba Ilmu Botanic Garden. South East Asian Botanic Garden (SEABG) Newsletter 2 (1): 2.

K.M. Wong (2001), Medicinal Plants, Rain Forests and Us, Rimba Ilmu Guidebook #3,   University of Malaya. 

K.M. Wong (2004), BAMBOO The Amazing Grass. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI) and University of Malaya. 

K.M. Wong, S.S. Lee and G. Saari (eds.) (2001), Species, Landscapes and Islands: Perspectives in Tropical Botany. A tribute to Benjamin C. Stone, recalling the varied interests of an extraordinary botanist.  Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur, ix + 277 p. Also as Malayan Nature Journal 55 (1 & 2). 

K.M. Wong and Lina A. Santiago (1997), Citrus and Citroid Collection, An Introduction, Rimba Ilmu Guidebook #2,   University of Malaya, ISBN 983-99033-2-2. 

K.M. Wong and Mustapha Mohamad (1997), Garden of a Thousand Species, Rimba Ilmu Guidebook #1, University of Malaya, ISBN 983-99033-1-4.