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Pengaruh Penggunaan Lumpur Sawit Fermentasi dengan Jamur P. chrysosporium dalam Ransum terhadap Performans Ayam Broiler Noferdiman, Noferdiman
Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan JIIP Volume XII No. 4 Edisi November 2009
Publisher : Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan

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The  experiment  was  aimed  to  determine  the  effect  of  palm  oil  sludge  fermentation  by  P. Chrysosporium  (LSFp) in ration on the performance of broiler chicken. The experiment was assigned into Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 4 replications. The treatments were level of LSFp  into the ration (R0 : 0%, R1 : 5 %, R2 : 10 %, R3 : 15 % and R4 : 20 %). The observed variables were the feed consumption, body weight gain, feed conversion ration, carcass percentage, the percentage of abdominal fat, meat fat, meat cholesterol. The result of this study showed that added LSFp were significantly (P<0.05) body weight gain, and carcass percentage. The experiment showed the that fermentation of palm oil sludge (LSFp)  could be fed to the broiler chicken up to 15 %.
Penggunaan Bungkil Inti Sawit Fermentasi oleh Jamur Pleurotus ostreatus dalam Ransum terhadap Performans Ayam Broiler Noferdiman, Noferdiman
Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan JIIP Volume XIV No. 1 Mei 2011
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The experiment was aimed to determine the effect of  Palm Kernel Cake fermentation by Pleurotus ostreatus  (BISF)  in  ration  on  the  performance  of  broiler  chicken.  The  experiment  was  assigned  into Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with  4  treatments and 5 replications. The  treatments were level of BISF  into the ration (P0 : 0%, P1 : 10 %, P2 : 20 %,  and P3 : 30 %). The observed variables were the feed consumption, body weight gain, feed conversion ration, carcass percentage, and the percentage of abdominal fat. The result of this study  showed that  added BISF were   significantly (P<0.01) feed  consumption, body weight gain, feed conversion ration, carcass percentage, and the percentage of abdominal fat. The experiment showed the that fermentation of Palm Kernel Cake (BISF) could be fed to the broiler chicken up to 20 %.
Penggunaan Urea sebagai Sumber Nitrogen pada Proses Biodegradasi Substrat Lumpur Sawit oleh Jamur Phanerochaete chrysosporium Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Rizal, Yose; Mirzah, Mirzah; Heryandi, Yan; Marlida, Yetti
Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan JIIP Volume XI No. 4 November 2008
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The research was conducted to study the biodegradation capability on palm oil sludge substrate by Phanerochaete  chrysosporium   with increasing urea  as  nitrogen  source. The  experiment was  designed using Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 4 replications, namely : U-0 = 0,0 %  Urea,    U-1=      0,5  %  Urea,    U-2  =  1,0  %  Urea,    U-3  =  1,5  %  Urea  and  U-4  =  2,0  %  Urea. The observed variables were the amount of spore, C/N ratio, pH, crude fiber, crude protein, lignin, cellulose and enzyme activities. The result of this study showed that added urea were significantly (P<0.01) crude fiber, crude protein, lignin, cellulose and enzyme activities. The use of urea on the first level amounting to  1.5  %  in palm  oil  sludge  can  help  Phanerochaete  chrysosporium   to  reduce  crude  fiber to (30,71%),  lignin (29.89  %),  cellulose (36.42  %) and it  can  increase  the  content  of crude  protein    to    (34.50  %), reduction sugar and enzyme activities.
Kontribusi pendapatan usaha ternak sapi potong rakyat pada pola usahatani terpadu Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Novra, A
Media Peternakan Vol 24, No 1 (2001): Media Peternakan (Supplement Edition: SocioEconomics)
Publisher : Faculty of Animal Science, Bogor Agricultural University

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Kontribusi pendapatan usaha ternak sapi potong rakyat pada pola usahatani terpadu
Retensi Zat Makanan Pada Ayam Kampung yang Mengkonsumsi Ransum Mengandung Tepung Azolla (Azolla microphilla) Difermentasi dengan Jamur Pleurotus ostreatus Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Zubaidah, Zubaidah; Sestilawarti, Sestilawarti
Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan Vol 20 No 1 (2017): Mei 2017
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan Universitas Jambi

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Abstract This study was aimed to determine the retention of dry matter, nitrogen and crude fiber of Azolla Meal (Azollamicrophilla) fermented with Pleurotus ostreatus mushroom as a mixture of kampung chicken rations. The experimental design used was Completely Randomized Design  which consisted of 4 treatments and 5 replicates; P0 (Ration 0% Azolla Meal Fermentation (AF), P1 (Ration containing 5% AF), P2 (Ration containing 10% AF ) and P3 (Ration containing 15% AF). The observed variables were dry matter retention (DM), nitrogen retention (N) and crude fiber digestibility (CF). The data found were analyzed using variance analysis. The evident effect of the treatment on the observed variables then tested by Duncans multiple range test. The results of the research presented that the use of fermented Azolla starch up to 15% in kampung chicken ration had no significant effect (P> 0,05) on the retention of dry matter, nitrogen and crude fiber. The fermentation of Azolla Meal with Pleurotus ostreatus (AF) mushroom improved the quality of Azolla as feed ingredients up to 15%. This research concluded that the use of fermented Azolla Meal with Pleurotus ostreatus (AF) mushroom in kampung chicken ration up to 15% can be used without affecting the retention of dry matter (DM), nitrogen (N) and crude fiber digestibility (CF). Keywords : Nutrient retention, Azolla Meal Fermentation (AF), and kampung chicken
DOSIS INOKULUM DAN LAMA FERMENTASI JAMUR Pleurotus ostreatus TERHADAP KANDUNGAN NUTRISI Azolla microphylla Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Syafwan, H.; Sestilawarti, Sestilawarti
JURNAL PETERNAKAN Vol 11, No 1 (2014): Februari 2014
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau

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This research aims analyze the effect of inoculum dosage of Pleurotus ostreatus and the length of fermentation on the nutritious content of Azolla. The experimental design used completely randomized design in factorial (3 x 3). The first factor is the inoculum dosage, namely : (D1). 3%, (D2).6% and (D3).9% of substrate weight. The second factor is the length of fermentation, namely : (L7). 7 days, (L14). 14 days and (L21). 21 days. Every treatment is repeated for three time. The data found is scrutinized by mode print and it is followed by distance test of multiple Duncan (Steel and Torrie, 1989). The variables observed in research are dry materials, crude fiber, crude protein, cellulose and lignin. The research on the influence of inoculum dosage and the length of fermentation on dry materials content, crude protein and cellulose had not significant effect (P>0.05). On the other hand, crude fiber,and lignin had significant effect (P<0.01). The inoculum dosage of 9% and the fermentation length of 14 days is the best combination treatment and it can reduce the crude fiber amounting to 48.80%, an increase of crude protein amounting to 39.31% and a decrease of cellulose and lignin amounting to 49.86% and 27.66% respectively.
Kandungan Nutrisi Lumpur Sawit Hasil Fermentasi dengan Jamur P. chrysosporium Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Yani, Ahmad
Jurnal Agripet Vol 13, No 2 (2013): Volume 13, No. 2, Oktober 2013
Publisher : Agricultural Faculty

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The nutritious content fermentation of palm oil sludge by P. chrysosporiumABSTRACT. This research is aimed at observing the nutritious content of palm oil sludge fermentation by P. chrysosporium. The experimental design used completely randomized design in factorial (3 x 3). The first factor is the inoculum dosage, namely : (D1). 3 %, (D2). 6 % and (D3). 9 % of substrate weight. The second factor is the length of fermentation, namely : (L1). 4 days, (L2). 8 days and (L3). 12 days. Every treatment is repeated for three time. The data found is scrutinized by mode print and it is followed by distance test of multiple Duncan (Steel and Torrie, 1989). The variables observed in research are dry materials, crude fiber, crude protein, cellulose and lignin. The research on the influence of inoculum dosage and the length of fermentation on dry materials content and crude protein shows insignificant interaction (P>0.05). On the other hand, crude fiber, cellulose and lignin show significant interaction (P<0.01). The inoculum dosage of 6 % and the fermentation length of 8 days is the best combination treatment and it can reduce the crude fiber amounting to 40.86 %, an increase of crude protein amounting to 30.75 % and a decrease of cellulose and lignin amounting to 39.78 % and 36.40 % respectively.
Penggunaan Urea sebagai Sumber Nitrogen pada Proses Biodegradasi Substrat Lumpur Sawit oleh Jamur Phanerochaete chrysosporium Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Rizal, Yose; Mirzah, Mirzah; Heryandi, Yan; Marlida, Yetti
Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan Vol 11 No 4 (2008): JIIP Volume 11 No. 4 November 2008
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan Universitas Jambi

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The research was conducted to study the biodegradation capability on palm oil sludge substrate by Phanerochaete  chrysosporium   with increasing urea  as  nitrogen  source. The  experiment was  designed using Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 4 replications, namely : U-0 = 0,0 %  Urea,    U-1=      0,5  %  Urea,    U-2  =  1,0  %  Urea,    U-3  =  1,5  %  Urea  and  U-4  =  2,0  %  Urea. The observed variables were the amount of spore, C/N ratio, pH, crude fiber, crude protein, lignin, cellulose and enzyme activities. The result of this study showed that added urea were significantly (P&lt;0.01) crude fiber, crude protein, lignin, cellulose and enzyme activities. The use of urea on the first level amounting to  1.5  %  in palm  oil  sludge  can  help  Phanerochaete  chrysosporium   to  reduce  crude  fiber to (30,71%),  lignin (29.89  %),  cellulose (36.42  %) and it  can  increase  the  content  of crude  protein    to    (34.50  %), reduction sugar and enzyme activities.
INVENTORY OF FISHING GEAR IN KECAMATAN TUNGKAL ILIR, TANJUNG JABUNG BARAT, JAMBI Lisna, Lisna; Vincentia, Agnes; Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Amelia, Jasmine Masyitha
AQUASAINS Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Jurusan Perikanan dan Kelautan

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This research was conducted at Tungkal Ilir, Jambi on May to July 2017. The aims of this study were (1) to determine the types of fishing gear that operates in Tungkal Ilir, (2) fishing area and (3) the dynamics of operating fishing gear in Tungkal Ilir. Data collection was done by interview and observation. The data will be analyzed descriptively using tables and graphs. Based on the results of this research, the fishing gear used in Tungkal Ilir are gill net, trawl, togok, sondong, trap and long line. Gill net is the largest fishing gear used with 15 fishermen. While the least used fishing gear is trap. The dynamics of fishing is strongly influenced by the season and the type of fishing gear used by the fisherman. The fishing area in Tungkal Ilir ranges from 1 mile to 30 miles
Penggunaan Bungkil Inti Sawit dan Enzim Mannanase dalam Ransum terhadap Performa Produksi Telur Puyuh (Coturnix coturnix japonica) Noferdiman, Noferdiman; Sestilawarti, Sestilawarti; Zubaidah, Zubaidah
Jurnal Lahan Suboptimal : Journal of Suboptimal Lands Vol 8, No 1 (2019): JLSO
Publisher : Pusat Unggulan Riset Pengembangan Lahan Suboptimal (PUR-PLSO) Universitas Sriwijaya

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Noferdiman et al, 2019. The use of palm kernel meal and mannanase enzyme in diets on the production performance of quails (Coturnix coturnix japonica) . JLSO 8(1):11-19.The objective of the study was to investigate the effect of the levels of palm kernel meal and mannanase enzyme in diets to get the best performance of quails. It was used the 180 female quails in treatment combination using the completely randomized design in factorial arrangement of 2 x 3 with 3 replications. Each unit study consisted of  10 quails. The treatment consisted of 2 levels of mannanase enzyme, i.e. 0.00, 0.10 % and 3 levels of palm kernel meal additions, i.e. 0, 10 and 20 %. The results of the study showed that the use of mannanase enzyme and palm kernel meal and their interaction were no significant (P>0.05) affected feed consumption, eggs production, feed conversion, egg weight, egg shell thickness, and haugh unit (HU). The use of mannanase enzyme highly significant (P<0.01) affected on eggs production and feed conversion however there were no interaction between the treatments. It was concluded that the addition of 0.10 % of mannanase enzyme in diets consisting 20% palm kernel meal can improve the performance egg production of quails.