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AUTEKOLOGI NEPENTHES PITOPANGII LEE.DI KAWASAN TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU SULAWESI TENGAH M. Saleh, Muhammad Fajrri Ramadhan; Miswan, Miswan; Pitopang, Ramdanil
Online Journal of Natural Science FMIPA Vol 2, No 2 (2013): Volume 2 Number 2 (August 2013)
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The growth and development of Nepenthes are affected by abiotic and biotic factors in its environment. In this study, to measure and to identify the abiotic and biotic factors surrounding the Nepenthes pitopangii Lee.naturally grow in the Lore Lindu National Park (LLNP) in Central Sulawesi.  The measurement of abiotic factor and the identification of biotic factor have been carried out from April to May 2013. The abiotic factors such as temperature and relative humidity were measured with thermometer and pscychrometer respectively. While, the precipitation data were obtained from Badan Meteorologi dan Geofisika Palu. Nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations of soil where N. pitopangii Lee grow were measured with metode khcelhal dan metode Bray-1.The plants which compose vegetation in the surrounding of Nepenthespitopangii Lee.were analyzed with systemic double plot method and than they were identified. The animals that affect Nepenthespitopangii Lee.growth were also identified. The results showed that in the LLNP, daily temperature, relative humidity and precipitation that affect Nepenthespitopangii Lee. growth were 17.1 °C, 90.2% and 313.3 mm respectively. Nepenthespitopangii Lee.can grow in the very low soil N and P concentrations. At tree level, vegetation was dominated by Helicia celebica Sleumer with importance value index (IVI) of 69.94%. Eurya accuminata DC. (IVI 59.92%) dominated vegetation at pole level, Xanthomyirtus angustifolius Scoot. (IVI 74.57%) dominated vegetation at sapling level, and Gleichenia truncata (IVI 44.43%) dominated vegetation at seedling level.  The wild animals are found in the study area to interacting directy on Nepenthes pitopangii Lee. inPolyrachis Sp, Camponotus Sp, Apidae Sp
Jurnal elektronik sebagai sarana komunikasi ilmiah Miswan, Miswan
AL-MAKTABAH Vol 4, No 1 (2002)
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Komunikasi ilmiah secara formal untuk menyebarkan pengetahuan dan hasil penelitian telah dilakukan oleh para ilmuwan sejak beberapa abad yang silam. Media yang digunakan pada awalnya berupa surat-menyurat, treatise dan buku. Namun akhirnya mereka menggunakan majalah sebagai sarana komunikasi ilmiah formal karena majalah dapat diterbitkan lebih cepat. Sampai sekarang jurnal merupakan sarana komunikasi ilmiah yang mapan. Seiring perkembangan ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi informasi muncul jurnal dalam bentuk elektronik yang dapat diterbitkan dengan lebih cepat, lebih murah dan dapat disebarkan dengan cepat dan mudah. Namun kemunculan jurnal elektronik sebagai sarana komunikasi ilmiah masih menimbulkan kontroversi di kalangan ilmuwan. Di antara mereka ada yang meragukan legitimasinya dan enggan menggunakannya. Namun tidak sedikit para ilmuwan yang secara antusias menyambut kehadiran jurnal elektronik ini dan merasa optimis suatu saat nanti jurnal tercetak yang tradisional akan hilang digantikan jurnal elektronik ini. Tulisan ini menganalisis beberapa hasil penelitian yang pernah dilakukan tentang jurnal elektronik dan fungsinya sebagai sarana komunikasi ilmiah. Hasilnya adalah perlu ada penelitian lebih lanjut mengenai dampak jurnal elektronik terhadap komunikasi ilmiah dengan secara lebih adil dan seimbang agar diperoleh hasil yang obyektif. Kata Kunci: Jurnal elektronik, komunikasi ilmiah
Keanekaragaman Zooplankton di Perairan Kepulauan Togean Kabupaten Tojo Una-Una, Sulawesi Tengah Miswan, Miswan
Biocelebes Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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The structure of plankton community have been conducted in Togean Island from September 2008 untill Februari 2009, it used descriptive method. The result of the structure of zooplankton community indicate plankton range from 0,862-0.879, with value of biodiversity range from 0.328-0.330, for the value of variety of fitoplankton range from 0.328-0.329 and found marozoobenthos range from 26-27 individual/L, with variety value of benthos range from 0.831-0.835 with value of biodiversity range from 0.339-0.341. This indicator is not indicate the ecology pressure, but is not depend on river condition. Key words: Biodeversity, zooplankton, and Togean.
Studi Gastropoda Sebagai Bioakumulator Merkuri di Aliran Sungai Poboya Sulawesi Tengah Miswan, Miswan; Elijonnahdi, Elijonnahdi; Iqbal, Mohamad
Biocelebes Vol 6, No 1 (2012)
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The research to measure of mercury accumulated mercury at spesies Gastropods, (fresh water sanils) in Poboya stream have been conducted from March to May 2012. Snail were collected by “Hands Picking” technique at 4 station with Purpose Random that were based on population density. Snails were became to analysis Lymneae rubiginosa M that founded at station 1,2, and 3., Melanoides torulosa B and Melanoides tuberculatus L that founded at station 4. The result of mesuare of mercury accumulated showed that it’s station and kind snails spesies in station 4 were different. The high consentration found at Melanoides torulosa B in station 4 were 0,09 ppm, and then followed by Melanoides tuberculatus L. in station 4 were 0,06 ppm, Lymneae rubiginosa in station 3 and 1were 0,05 ppm, and the low consentation mercury at Lymneae rubiginosa M. in station 2 were 0,02 ppm. Key words: Gastropods, bioaccumulator, Merkury, Poboya stream
Studi Komunitas Zooplankton Sebagai Gambaran Kualitas Perairan di Teluk Palu Sulawesi Tengah Elijonnahdi, Elijonnahdi; Miswan, Miswan; Prawita, Ririn
Biocelebes Vol 6, No 2 (2012)
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Research of the "Study Zooplankton Community As Overview Water Quality of Central Sulawesi in Palu Bay" was conducted from March to May 2012. This research was aimed to Determine the structure of zooplankton community in waters bay of Palu. Samples were taken vertically and horizontally by using a plankton net and Lamotte water sampling at four research stations, they are: Station 1 in the area of the river mouth of Palu, station 2 in the area of Tondo village settlements, station 3 in the areas of sand mining and quarrying C Taipa, and station 4 in the area of PLTU. Samples were observed and analyzed in the laboratory of the Department of Environmental Biology Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The results showed that in the bay Palu found three phyla, 3 classes, 7 orders of zooplankton are classified into 30 types. The results of the analysis of the diversity index (H ) ranged from 0.69 to 2.61 belong to the diversity of medium and low. Uniformity index (E) ranged from 0.60 to 1.00, belonging to the high uniformity. Total abundance at the surface ranged from 0.12 to 3.60 ind / l. Total abundance at depths ranging from 30-490 ind / l. Key words: Community, zooplankton, water quality, the bay of Palu
Keanekaragaman Perifiton Pada Habitat Keong Oncomelania hupensis-linduensis di Desa Dodolo Sulawesi Tengah Mahfuz, Mahfuz; Miswan, Miswan; Ramadhanil, Ramadhanil
Biocelebes Vol 7, No 1 (2013)
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The research entitled “The diversity of Periphyton at the snail habitat of Oncomelania hupensis linduensis in Dodolo village, Napu Valley, Central Sulawesi has been carried out from July to September 2011. The research took place at Dodolo, Lore Utara District, Poso Regency Central Sulawesi and samples identified at the Labaoratory of Parasitology P2B2 Donggala and the laboratory of Environmental Biology of Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Tadulako University Palu. The samples of Periphyton were collected following Fahri methods (2010) that using artificial substrate which were installed in four (4) research stations namely: ricefield (station I), cacao plantation (station II), resident of local people (station III) and forest garden (station IV). The environmental factor such pH and temperature were observed by Consfort tipe C 933. The data was analysed using Shanon-Whiener Diversity Index. The result showed that there were 35 species of Periphyton which was classified into 18 order and 24 families that consisted of Diatomae Baccilariophyceae and benthic algae. The highest Shanon –Whiener diversity index was found in station II (2.51) and followed by station I (2.23), station III (2.14) and station IV (1.45) respectively. Key words: Perifiton, Dodolo, Napu, Oncomelania hupensis linduensis, Sulawesi Tengah
Uji Kandungan Plumbum (Pb) Dalam Urine Karyawan SPBU Bayaoge Kota Palu Sari, Astini Dewi; Guli, Musjaya M.; Miswan, Miswan
Biocelebes Vol 7, No 1 (2013)
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A study about the test of plumbum (Pb) contents in urine Bayaogegas station employer of palu has doneat from November to December 2012. The aim of this study todetermine thecontent of plumbum(Pb) in urine Bayaogegas station Palu. Samples that were analyzed in this study were 9 urine samples with different tenure. The result showed that there were 2 urine samples of Bayaoge gas station employer has exceeded the threshold while 7 urine samples still below the threshold are allowed in the body. Key words: Plumbum, urine, SPBU (service station) Bayoge Palu
DETEKSI BAKTERI RESISTEN MERKURI PADA AREAL TROMOL PERTAMBANGAN EMAS KELURAHAN POBOYA PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH. Pangestu, Rahmat; Guli, Musjaya M.; Miswan, Miswan
Biocelebes Vol 8, No 1 (2014)
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Merkury is heavy metal which is toxic, So, it can damage ecosystem, ecology and environment, also give negative affect for health giving rise to disease. East Palu in Central Sulawesi there are some people that gold miners use mercury to extract gold, then discard mercury waste in the environment. Resulting in soil ant water around the village Poboya polluted. Mercury resistant bacteriahaveoperon meris ususally cotained in plasmid. This study aims to determine the type of bacteria that live in the area of gold mining village drum Poboya Central Sulawesi Province and to know the optimum HgCl2concentration on bacterial growth. Escherichia coli, Proteus mirabilis and Lactobacillus sp. can only grow at a HgCl2 concentration 7,5 g/L. Proteus vulgaris grow at HgCl2 concentration 15 g/L Enterobacter agglomerans bacteria able to grow HgCl2 concentration at 22,5 g/L. Enterobacter hafniae bacteria type and Kliebseilla sp. can grow HgCl2 concentration 30 g/L. There no bacteria type capable to grow HgCl2 concentration 37,5 g/L. Keywords: Resistant Bacteria, Mercury, Mining Gold.
DETEKSI CACING PITA (Taenia solium L.) MELALUI UJI FESES PADA MASYARAKAT DESA PURWOSARI KECAMATAN TORUE KABUPATEN PARIGI MOUTONG SULAWESI TENGAH Suriawanto, Nelky; Guli, Musjaya M.; Miswan, Miswan
Biocelebes Vol 8, No 1 (2014)
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This study is about incidence of pork-tapeworm (Taeniasolium L.) in Purwosari village entitled “Detection of pork-tapeworm (Taeniasolium L.) infecesof people and swine in Purwosari village, Torue, sub-district of Parigi Moutong in Central Sulawesi”. It was done over March and may, 2013. The goal of this research was to detect the tapeworm in feces of Purwosari village community. Observation was done based on kato-katz and direct slide methods. Stool sample were collect from 33 people, and from 33 swines. The result showed that pork-tapeworm was not detected from all sample. In addition, other worms i.e. Trichuristrichura, Ascarislumbricoides, Ancylostomaduodenale, grouped as Soil Transmited Helmin (STH), were detected from the sample. Based on these data, we recomend to the comunity to continue their hygiene in daily lifestyle. Keywords: Taenia solium L., Swine, Feces, Detection.
STUDI ETNOBOTANI TUMBUHAN OBAT PADA MASYARAKAT SUKU MANDAR DI DESA SARUDE SARJO KABUPATEN MAMUJU UTARA SULAWESI BARAT Z., Rusmina H.; Miswan, Miswan; Ramadhanil, Ramadhanil
Biocelebes Vol 9, No 1 (2015)
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The research entitled “Ethnobotanical Study of  Plant Medicine on Mandarese Society in West Sulawesi Indonesia” has been carried out from April to June  2012  at the Sarjo, a village of  Mandarese which is located in North Mamuju regency of West Sulawesi Province. The objective of the research was to collect data of medicinal plant species that used by the Mandarese people for their daily lives especially to  ttreatment of various diseases and health maintenance. The basic data of medicinal plants  has been collected by using  direct interview to village leaders, religious leaders, traditional healers, and government officers These interviews were recorded with audio recorders and  notebooks. Photographs were also taken to record information. All of plant materials used for this purpose collected in the field and then  identified at the Herbarium Celebense (CEB) Tadulako University. The observation was included vernacular name, scientific name, family,  habits, uses and technique and samples processing. Data analyzed by using formula of  knowledge percentase analyzes of medicinal plants  (Sunarno et al. 1991).  The result showed that there were 50 (fifty) plants species belong to 28 families utilized as medicine. Zingiberaceae, Arecaceae, Solanaceae and Piperaceae were the dominant plant family were used by them. The  organ of plants such as leaves, stems, roots, fruits, rhizomes and some were used as a whole or separately. Keywords: Plant medicine, Ethnobotany Study, Mandarese, Sarjo, West Sulawesi Indonesia