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Hunting of a very large aggregation of Eyebrowed Thrushes Turdus obscurus in Sumatra Iqbal, Muhammad; Ajiman, .; Noske, Richard; Setiawan, Doni
KUKILA Vol 17, No 2 (2014)
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Studi Pendahuluan: Inventarisasi Amfibi di Kawasan Hutan Lindung Bukit Cogong II Setiawan, Doni; Yustian, Indra; Prasetyo, Catur Yuono
Jurnal Penelitian Sains Vol 18, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Faculty of Mathtmatics and Natural Sciences

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Which one big islands in Indonesian was have high biodiversity value is Sumatera Island. There was Amphibian groups. Amphibians class is one of the constituent components of the ecosystem which has a very important role, both ecologically and economically. Based on preliminary studies in the area of Protected Forest Cogong II Hill has been done survey in October 2015 showed the extent of damage, it's evident from the many of rubber plantation land clearing by the society which can impact negatively on the environment, especially the habitat of amphibian. So, inventory of amphibians in the Cogong Hill II protected forest areas need to be done. Observation of amphibian directly through using Visual Encounter Survey (VES) method. The results of the survey was found 10 species in to 5 families and 1 ordo. There is Bufonidae family : Bufo asper, Bufo melanosticus, Bufo biforcatus, Ranidae family is Hylarana baramica and Rana chancolnota, Dicroglossidae family is Fejevarya limnocharis, Fejevarya cancrivora, Limnonectes sp., Rhacophoriidae family is Polypedates leucomystax and Microhylidae family is Kaloula baleata. Based on IUCN status category from 10 amphibians species was found in the region, all species have Least Concern Status.
PELATIHAN PENGUNAAN ALAT- ALAT LABORATORIUM UNTUK MENINGKATKAN PEMAHAMAN PRAKTIKUM IPA-BIOLOGI BAGI GURU SMP DI KECAMATAN INDRALAYA UTARA, KABUPATEN OGAN ILIR Setiawan, Doni
Jurnal Pengabdian Sriwijaya Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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Pemekaran wilayah Kabupaten Ogan Ilir menjadi beberapa kecamatan baru, menyebabkan terjadinya pemekaran di berbagai bidang / sektor, salah satunya di bidang pendidikan yaitu berdirinya sekolah-sekolah negeri yang baru sehingga sarana dan prasarana masih sangat kurang dan minim salah satunya ruang dan fasilitas alat-alat laboratorium IPA yang menyebabkan pelaksanaan proses pembelajaran sains IPA khususnya biologi belum terlalu dapat dioptimalkan dan hal ini dapat mempengaruhi pemahaman siswa dalam proses pembelajaran IPA. Oleh karena itulah Kegiatan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat ini dilakukan bertujuan mengoptimalkan potensi guru IPA sehingga dapat meningkatkan pemahaman, motivasi, kreatifitas guru dalam merancang, membuat dan menggunakan media pembelajaran yang ada di sekitar kita. Metode pelaksanaan kegiatan yang digunakan adalah ceramah, diskusi, demonstrasi dan praktek langsung di Laboratorium Zoologi dan botani Jurusan Biologi, FMIPA Unsri, yang telah dilaksanakan selama 6 jam waktu efektif dengan jumlah peserta 13 Guru IPA dari berbagai SMP Negeri di Kecamatan Inderalaya Utara. Metode evaluasi yang digunakan yaitu melalui sharing  dan penilaian langsung melalui diskusi Antusiasme peserta dalam mengikuti pemberian materi dan praktikum, banyak tidaknya pertanyaan yang diajukan, melalui pre test dan post test, dan Nilai Kuantitatif feed back (umpan-balik) akhir melalui pengisian angket/ kuesioner peserta. Hasil yang diperoleh berdasarkan umpan balik yang diberikan peserta menunjukkan bahwa seratus persen (100%) atau semua peserta pelatihan mendapatkan hasil yang positif dan antusiasme yang luar biasa selama mengikuti kegiatan pelatihan. Penerapan transfer ilmu dari pelatihan PPM ini mempunyai pengaruh positif terhadap motivasi guru guna meningkatkan motivasi belajar siswa untuk mempelajari pelajaran IPA khususnya Biologi, hal ini ditunjukkan bahwa seratus persen (100%) ingin menerapkan hasil yang mereka dapatkan ke sekolahnya masing-masing.
DISTRIBUTION AND DIVERSITY OF BUTTERFLIES (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) IN CAMPUS AREA INDRALAYA SRIWIJAYA UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH SUMATRA Lamin, Syafrina; Sari, Nirmila; Setiawan, Doni
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Biology Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sriwijaya University

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Research on Diversity and distribution of butterflies, was held at the Campus Indralaya Sriwijaya University of South Sumatra. The purpose of this study was to obtain information species diversity of butterflies at the Sriwijaya University of Inderalaya and distribution of species of butterflies in several different habitat types in the campus area Unsri Indralaya. The study used purposive and collection methods in November 2014-january 2015. Sampling sites were divided into five locations: Arboretum, Science Faculty, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Agriculture and Swamp Cape Disconnect. The parameters used are the index of species diversity, dominance index, and evenness index. The results showed that the diversity of butterflies in the region is classified as moderate. Overall found as many as 40 species of butterflies with a number of 609 individuals consisting of 5 the Papilionidae, Nymphalidae, Pieridae, Lycaenidae, and Hesperiidae. Regions Sriwijaya University has a diversity of butterflies that were moderate with criteria (H1≤H≤3), in each different habitat types, and not found butterfly species that dominate in every type of habitat in this Unsri region. Distribution of butterflies found in the campus area Unsri Indralaya categorized fairly evenly with a range of values from 0.58 to 0.68.Keywords: Butterflies,  Diversity,  Distribution , Sriwijaya University of Indralaya
A RAPID BIRD SURVEY TO CONSERVATION AREA OF INDUSTRIAL ACACIA TIMBER PLANTATION, SOUTH SUMATRA PROVINCE; WITH COMPARISON TO THREE DIFFERENT METHODS Iqbal, Muhammad; Yustian, Indra; Setiawan, Doni; Saputra, Rio Firman; Prasetyo, Catur Yuono; Fadli, Dede
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Biology Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sriwijaya University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24233/BIOV.2.2.2016.41

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A rapid bird survey was done in a small conservation area of industrial timber concession of PT BMH (Bumi Mekar Hijau), namely KPPN (Kawasan Pelestarian Plasma Nutfah), South Sumatra Province. The area has 448 ha, dominated by degraded secondary swamp forest surrounded by Acacia plantation. Three survey methods were applied to assess bird diversity in this area: transect line, mist-netting and audio-visual station recording. A total of 36 species was recorded during survey. Among three methods applied, transect line is the most effective method to detect more bird species (29 species), followed by audio-visual station recording (26 species) and mist-netting (three species). There are eight species which protected by Indonesian law and two birds are listed as Near Threatened (NT) by International Union for Conservation of Nature or IUCN. Although number of species birds recorded are not significance, but this area still support habitat for various birds diversity, and the forest remaining should be well-managed to support its conservation goals.
INVENTORY OF HERPETOFAUNA IN REGIONAL GERMPLASM PRESERVATION IN PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY OGAN KOMERING ILIR REGENCY SOUTH SUMATRA Noberio, Denny; Setiawan, Arum; Setiawan, Doni
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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The research aims to determine of herpetofauna in Regional Germplasm Preservation, PT. Bumi Mekar Hijau, Ogan Komering Ilir Regency, South Sumatra. The research was conducted in May until June 2015, conducted on 4 transect observation purposively determined by considering the type of habitat herpetofauna and the results of a preliminary survey. The method used in this research is the Visual Encounter Survey (VES). Observations carried out in the morning and evening. The total number of herpetofauna were found during the observation as many as 15 species of 9 families. The number of amphibians was found as many as 6 species of 3 families and reptiles as many as 9 species of 6 families. There are two species categorized as Vulnerable in IUCN 2015 and Appendix II CITES which are the Siebenrockiella crassicollis and Cuora amboinensis cuoro Keywords : Inventory, herpetofauna, regional germplasm preservation, industrial plantation forest
FIRST BREEDING RECORD OF JAVAN MUNIA (Lonchura leucogastroides) IN SUMATRA, INDONESIA Iqbal, Muhammad; Setiawan, Doni; Setiawan, Arum
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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Javan Munia (Lonchura leucogastroides) is recently common bird species in southern Sumatra, but no breeding record reported in Sumatra. On 11 October 2015, an active nest of Javan Munia and few juveniles were seen among bunches of Banana (Musa sp) fruits in Sukarejo village, Musi Rawas district, South Sumatra province. This observation is constitute first record of Javan Munia in Sumatra. Keywords: First, observation, nest, Javan Munia, Sumatra.
THE DIVERSITY OF AMPHIBIANS IN CAMPUS AREA OF SRIWIJAYA UNIVERSITY INDRALAYA, OGAN ILIR, SOUTH SUMATERA Prasetyo, Catur Yuono; Yustian, Indra; Setiawan, Doni
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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The study is diversity of amphibians in campus area of sriwijaya university indralaya, ogan ilir, south sumatra was aimed to determine the diversity of amphibian species present in this area. The research has been done in March until May 2015, in the campus of the Sriwijaya University, Indralaya. The method in this study is use the transect method by placing seventh transect line on line with the direction of cutting contour lines. Data collection techniques using the Visual Encounter Survey (VES) and Pit-Fall Trap method in combination with the Straight Line Method and Fence (Drift Fence). Results from this study recorded 11 species of amphibians from five families of the Anura. Average diversity index at Sriwijaya University Indralaya region is 1.70 which fall into the medium category. Keywords : Sriwijaya university, amphibians, transect,diversity
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INVENTORY, MONITORING AND INFORMATION NETWORKS SYSTEM OF FAUNAL DIVERSITY IN SOUTH SUMATRA Yustian, Indra; Setiawan, Arum; Setiawan, Doni; Hanum, Laila; Dahlan, Zulkifli
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24233/BIOV.3.2.2017.79

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Despite high attention and commitment of Indonesia in biodiversity conservation and its habitat, however, loss of biodiversity and habitat deforestation is also still high. Deforestation rate in Indonesia between period of 2000-2012 reach up 6.02 million ha, and approximately onethird of which is in Sumatra Island. As the fulfillment of CBD and Aichi targets, and in line with the mandate of the Law on the Conservation of Natural Resources and Ecosystems and IBSAP (Indonesian Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan 2015-2020), we try to support the requires data as well as information on the current state of biodiversity. The aims are to develop an inventory system of biodiversity needed to establish baseline data on biodiversity including its conservation status in South Sumatra, develop a biodiversity monitoring system with qualitative parameters that can be used in the determination and monitoring of degradation rates of biodiversity, and the establishment of data management system and information network of fauna biodiversity in South Sumatera so that it can be utilized in monitoring and reporting of biodiversity at regional, national and international level at the international level. We conduct a comprehensive review of methods and techniques of inventory and monitoring of fauna biodiversity, especially those that have been done in the area of South Sumatra Province. We also analysis of data needs and information network of fauna biodiversity in South Sumatra. The results is shows in the web-application database, called the South Sumatran Biodiversity Information Networks, or SSBIN, and could preview at http://ssbin.unsri.ac.id/.Keywords: south sumatra, biodiversity, information, networks, SSBIN.
Kinetic and Thermodynamic Adsorption of Cr(VI) onto Dried Oscillatoria Splendida in Aqueous Solution Mohadi, Risfidian; Setiawan, Doni; Zulkifli, Hilda
Science and Technology Indonesia Vol 3 No 4 (2018): October
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Kinetic and thermodynamic adsorption study of Cr(VI) ion in aqueous solutions by dried Oscillatoria Splendida biomass was investigated in the batch system. The Oscillatoria Splendida was isolated and cultured from algae swamp ecosystem in South Sumatera. The adsorption properties of Cr(VI) onto dried Oscillatoria Splendida biomass was studied by the influences of contact time, initial Cr(VI) ion concentration and temperature of reaction. The experimental results were the rate of adsorption followed the second-order kinetic model with the rate of reaction k2 is 0.00181 mg g-1 min-1 and the adsorption thermodynamic agree to the Langmuir’s model with amount of  Cr(VI) removed from aqueous solution increased with increasing  Cr(VI) concentration with the higher adsorption energy was 8.46 kJ/mol at 50 °C.