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EFFECT ON DIETARY PROTEIN AND FEEDING RATE ON GROWTH OF TIGER GROUPER (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) JUVENILE Marzuqi, Muhammad; Astuti, Ni Wayan Widya; Suwirya, Ketut
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis Vol 4, No 1 (2012): Elektronik Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis
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The grouper fish culture was developed after its succesful seed production in hatchery well known. In grow-out culture grouper, the protein requirement and feeding rate have to know well in order to understand the effectiveness on feed utilization . The experiment was designed by factorial design with the first factor as 3 dietary protein (36%, 42%, 48%) and the second factor as 3 feeding rate ( 1,5%, 2,0%, 2,5%). Ten of juvenile tiger grouper (102, 51-102, 73 g of body weight) were stocked in 27 polycarbonate tanks with 400 l volume each. Each tank was equiped with aeration and flow-through water system. Fish was fed three time per day i.e. 08:00, 11:30 and 15:30 Central Indonesia Standard Time for 16 weeks. Every week was measured body weight, survival rate, and feed quantity. The parameter used in this experiment were weight gain, spesific growth rate, feed efficiency and survival rate. The results of the experiment showed that the combination of protein level (36%, 42%, 48%) with feed ratio (1.5%, 2.0%, 2.5%) gave response on growth, weight gain and survival rate. Combination dietary protein level of 48% and feed ratio 1.5% gave higher weight gain and survival rate with values of 104.05 ± 5.89% and 96.67 ± 5.57 %, respectively.Keywords: Dietary protein and feeding rate , growth, tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus)
EFFECT ON DIETARY PROTEIN AND FEEDING RATE ON GROWTH OF TIGER GROUPER (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) JUVENILE Marzuqi, Muhammad; Astuti, Ni Wayan Widya; Suwirya, Ketut
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis Vol 4, No 1 (2012): Elektronik Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University

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The grouper fish culture was developed after its succesful seed production in hatchery well known. In grow-out culture grouper, the protein requirement and feeding rate have to know well in order to understand the effectiveness on feed utilization . The experiment was designed by factorial design with the first factor as 3 dietary protein (36%, 42%, 48%) and the second factor as 3 feeding rate ( 1,5%, 2,0%, 2,5%). Ten of juvenile tiger grouper (102, 51-102, 73 g of body weight) were stocked in 27 polycarbonate tanks with 400 l volume each. Each tank was equiped with aeration and flow-through water system. Fish was fed three time per day i.e. 08:00, 11:30 and 15:30 Central Indonesia Standard Time for 16 weeks. Every week was measured body weight, survival rate, and feed quantity. The parameter used in this experiment were weight gain, spesific growth rate, feed efficiency and survival rate. The results of the experiment showed that the combination of protein level (36%, 42%, 48%) with feed ratio (1.5%, 2.0%, 2.5%) gave response on growth, weight gain and survival rate. Combination dietary protein level of 48% and feed ratio 1.5% gave higher weight gain and survival rate with values of 104.05 ± 5.89% and 96.67 ± 5.57 %, respectively.Keywords: Dietary protein and feeding rate , growth, tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus)
Pengaruh Kandungan Protein Pakan terhadap Pertumbuhan dan Efisiensi Pakan Benih Ikan Kakap Merah (Lutjanus argentimaculatus) Giri, Nyoman Adiasmara; Suwirya, Ketut; Pithasari, Ayu Indriani; Marzuqi, Muhammad
Jurnal Perikanan Universitas Gadjah Mada Vol 9, No 1 (2007)
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The experiment was aimed to know dietary protein requirement and the effect of dietary protein levels on juvenile red snapper (Lutjanus argentimaculatus). The experiment was conducted in 18 polycarbonate tanks, with each 30 liter volume. All tanks were equipped with aeration and flow through water system to maintain good water quality. Hatchery produced juvenile red snapper of 9.4 ± 0.1 g average body weight and total length of 7.7 ± 0.4 cm was randomly selected and 10 fish was stocked in each tank. Fish were fed with experimental diets contained different levels of protein, i.e., 32, 36, 40, 44, 48, and 52%.The experiment used completely random design (CRD) in triplicates. Results showed that dietary protein levels influenced growth, feed efficiency, feed intake, body protein content, and protein retention of juvenile red snapper (p<0.05). The highest weight gain (263.7%) was found on fish fed diet with 40% protein. Based on the growth and feed efficiency data, it was concluded that dietary protein requirement for juvenile red snapper was 40%.
PENGARUH TEPUNG AMPAS KECAP SEBAGAI SUBSTITUSI TEPUNG IKAN DALAM PAKAN TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN DAN NILAI KECERNAAN JUVENIL IKAN KERAPU MACAN (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) Marzuqi, Muhammad; Giri, Nyoman A.; Agustina, Eva; Suwirya, Ketut
Jurnal Perikanan Universitas Gadjah Mada Vol 10, No 2 (2008)
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The aim of the study was to know the effect of soy sauce waste as substitution of fish meal in diet on the growth and dietary nutrient digestibility of juvenile tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus). The experiment used completely random design (CRD) with six treatments and three triplicates. The initial body weight of juvenile tiger grouper was 4.03 g and total length of 5-7 cm reared in 18 polycarbonate tanks with each 30 liter volume. Each of tanks was equipped with aeration and flow through water system. Six formulated diet with dry pellet form containing different level of soy sauce waste as substitution of fish meal, i.e., 0%, 7%, 14%, 21%, 28% and 28% added 0.15% methionine amino acid were teste. The result showed that the utilization of soy sauce waste as substitution fish meal influenced absolute growth, specific growth rate, feed conversion ratio and protein retention (P<0.05), but not significantly different (P>0.05) on survival rate of juvenile tiger grouper. Dietary nutrient digestibility (protein) obtained 98.05- 99.69%. Dietary nutrient digestibility decreased with utilization of soy sauce waste in diet. These experiments concluded that the utilization of soy sauce waste as substitution of fish meal could be used until optimal limit 21%, while the substitution of 28% can’t used for diet formulation for tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus).
KEBUTUHAN ASAM LEMAK -3 HUFA DALAM PAKAN UNTUK PERTUMBUHAN JUVENIL KERAPU BEBEK (Cromileptes altivelis) Marzuqi, Muhammad; Giri, Nyoman Adiasmara; Suwirya, Ketut
Jurnal Perikanan Universitas Gadjah Mada Vol 7, No 1 (2005)
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ω-3 HUFA are essential fatty acids for marine fish. Deficiency of these essential fatty acids is responsible for high mortality, low growth rate, incomplete formation and disfunction of swim bladder. This experiment was conducted to know dietary ω-3 HUFA requirement for growth of humpback  grouper juveniles.  Juveniles (9.8-10.3  g) were reared in 100 l of polycarbonate  tank with density of 12 juveniles/tank for 8 weeks with flow through system. The levels of ω-3 HUFA (EPA +DHA) supplementation in the test diet  were 0.0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0  and 3.0%. The results showed that the levels of ω-3 HUFA affected the growth and feed efficiency of humpback grouper juveniles (P<0.05). The growth of juveniles fed diet with 0.0-3.0% ω-3 HUFA were  significantly different with the growth of juveniles fed diet with 0.0 and 0.5% ω-3 HUFA. The growth of juveniles fed diet with supplementation levels of ω-3 HUFA at 1.0,  1.5,  2.0,  and 3.0% were 182.2, 168.5, 183.4, and 189.4%, respectively. Whereas supplementation of  ω-3 HUFA at 0.0 and 0.5% resulted the growth of  114.9 and 139.6%, respectively. These results indicated that the requirement of ω-3 HUFA for growth of humpback grouper should be around 1.0% in diet.ω
PENGARUH PROPORSI MINYAK CUMI DAN MINYAK KEDELAI SEBAGAI SUMBER LEMAK DALAM PAKAN TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN JUVENIL KEPITING BAKAU (Scylla paramamosain) Marzuqi, Muhammad; Rusdi, Ibnu; Giri, Nyoman Adiasmara; Suwirya, Ketut
Jurnal Perikanan Universitas Gadjah Mada Vol 8, No 1 (2006)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jfs.170

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The purpose of this experiment was to know lipid sources requirement for growth of mud crab (Scylla paramamosain) juvenile. The experiment used ninety of juveniles reared in 30 l of seawater with flow-throught water system and aeration. Initial average body weight and carapace width of juveniles were 0.21 g and 1.05-1.07 cm, respectively. Juveniles were stocked individually using a supernet material in each tank. Five isoprotein and isoenergy formulated diet with dry pellet form containing different proportion of squid oil and soybean oil as lipid sources i.e. 12%:0%, 9%:3%, 6%:6%, 3%:9% and 0%:12%. Feed were given twice a day in the morning and afternoon. The results showed that proportion of dietary squid oil and soybean oil as lipid sources had significant effects on final body weight, weight gain, carapace width, feed efficiency and essential fatty acid of mud crab (P
THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DIETARY PROTEIN AND LIPID ON THE GROWTH OF RED SNAPPER, Lutjanus sebae Giri, Nyoman Adiasmara; Suwirya, Ketut; Marzuqi, Muhammad; Astuti, Ni Wayan Widya
Indonesian Aquaculture Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2009): (June 2009)
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Red snapper, Lutjanus sebae is favored in mariculture activities because it has a relatively good market and price. Technology for big scale seed production of this species has been developed and is now adequate to supply seed for grow-out activities. However, the availability of artifical diets for L. sebae is still a major constraint for grow-out production. Data on optimum dietary protein and lipid requirements for this fish as a basic information in feed development is not available yet. The objective of the present study was to find out dietary protein and lipid requirements for juvenile of L. sebae. A 70-day feeding experiment was conducted in 24 fiberglass tanks, 200 L volume. Each tank was equipped with a flow-through water system. Twenty five hatchery-produced juveniles of L. sebae (43.1 g BW) were randomly selected and stocked in each tank. The fish were fed with the experimental diets twice everyday at a level of 3% of biomass for the first 4 weeks, and then 2% of biomass afterward. Twelve experimental diets were prepared in form of dry pellet containing casein and fish meal as the main protein sources. Experimental diet had 4 levels of crude protein (32%, 37%, 42%, and 47%) and each protein level consisted of 3 levels of lipid (7%, 12%, and 17%). The experiment employed factorial method with completely random design using 12 combination treatments and 2 replications for each treatment. Result of the experiment showed that there was no significant effect of dietary protein and lipid on growth, feed consumption, and feed efficiency of tested fish. Growth and feed efficiency of fish fed on diet containing 42% and 47% crude protein were significantly higher than that of fish fed on diet containing 32% and 37% crude protein. High lipid content in the diet (17%) resulted in poor growth and poor feed efficiency. This data indicates that Lutjanus sebae has limited ability to utilize dietary lipid as an energy source. Result of the present study recommends that dietary protein and lipid requirement for good growth of L. sebae should be 42% and 12%, respectively.
APPARENT DIGESTIBILITY OF SELECTED FEED INGREDIENTS IN DIETS FOR MUD CRAB (Scylla paramamosain) Suwirya, Ketut; Giri, Nyoman Adiasmara; Marzuqi, Muhammad; Sagala, Sophia Lasma
Indonesian Aquaculture Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2007): (June 2007)
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Cultured mud crabs (Scylla spp.) are commonly fed with ‘trash’ fish. Insufficient supply, high cost and variable quality of ‘trash’ fish has lead to a need to develop costeffective and environmentally friendly formulated diets. This study was conducted to determine quality of selected feed ingredients as protein sources in mud crab diets based on their nutrient composition and digestibility coefficients for dry matter (ADMD), crude protein, lipid and energy. The digestibility coefficients for ADMD ranged from 82.46% to 89.20%. Animal-based feedstuffs such as shrimp head, tiny shrimp and squid liver meal had higher ADMD values than fish meal. Of the plant-based feedstuffs, soy bean meal had the highest ADMD values (89.20%) and corn gluten had the lowest (82.46%). Corn gluten had the lowest protein digestibility (78.81%) and soy bean meal had the highest (96.05%). The lowest energy digestibility (71.13%) was obtained in corn gluten meal. Soy bean meal had a higher energy digestibility value (98.48%) than fish meal (85.95%). All animal meal sources had similar energy digestibility values (85.86%—92.09%).
TEKNOLOGI PEMELIHARAAN LARVA KERAPU SUNU (Plectropomus leopardus) SECARA MASSAL Aslianti, Titiek; Suwirya, Ketut; Asmanik, Asmanik
Jurnal Riset Akuakultur Vol 3, No 1 (2008): (April 2008)
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Teknologi produksi benih kerapu sunu (Plectropomus leopardus) melalui perbaikan pengelolaan pakan dan lingkungan terus dipacu guna meningkatkan sintasan dan diharapkan dapat menghasilkan benih secara kontinyu. Dalam pemeliharaan larva, jenis pakan awal yang sesuai merupakan faktor penentu keberhasilan. Pakan alami jenis rotifer, gonad tiram (trochophore), emulsi kuning telur, dan juga pakan buatan yang dilarutkan telah dicoba dalam penelitian ini sebagai pakan awal. Penelitian menggunakan wadah bak beton berkapasitas 6 m3 (12 bak) yang diisi telur kerapu sunu dengan kepadatan 100.000—150.000 butir/bak. Penebaran telur dilakukan secara bertahap pada masing-masing bak sesuai dengan jumlah telur yang tersedia. Nauplii artemia, pakan buatan, dan udang jembret (mysid) diberikan sesuai dengan perkembangan larva dimulai pada umur 20 hari (D20) hingga mencapai fase yuwana/ benih (D45). Pengamatan terhadap laju tumbuh dan sintasan larva dilakukan setelah penelitian berakhir. Data yang diperoleh dianalisis secara deskriptif, sedangkan analisis proksimat, asam lemak pakan, dan abnormalitas tulang belakang larva (deformity) serta kualitas air diamati sebagai data pendukung. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa penggunaan pakan buatan yang dilarutkan dan emulsi kuning telur sebagai pakan awal, ternyata mampu memacu pertumbuhan dan meningkatkan sintasan larva. Kisaran panjang total, bobot tubuh, dan sintasan benih yang dicapai berturut-turut adalah 1,95 cm—2,85 cm; 0,64—0,73 g; dan 0,25%—3,97% dengan kisaran laju tumbuh harian sebesar 3,9%—4,22%. Hasil pengamatan terhadap tulang belakang larva tidak ditemukan abnormalitas dengan kisaran jumlah ruas 21—23 ruas dan jarak antar ruas 0,030—0,036 mm.Seed production technology of leopard coral trout, Plectropomus leopardus by improving hatchery management had been conducted in order to increase survival rate and to produce seed continuity. The initial feeding can successfully support in larval rearing. Feed organism as rotifer, trochophore gonad, egg yolk emulsion, and artificial feed emulsion, had been used as an initial feed. The twelve of concrete tanks with 6 m3 capacity were stocked with coral trout eggs at density 100,000—150,000 eggs/tank. Artemia nauplii, artificial feed, and mysid as feed, start on larvae D20 up to juvenile stage (D45). Growth rate and survival rate were observed and calculated when the experiment was terminated. The data was analyzed by descriptive. Nutrition value of food was analyzed by proximate and fatty acid composition. The others parameters such as deformity and water quality were observed. The result showed that artificial feed emulsion and egg yolk emulsion as an initial feeding can be improve the growth rate and increase survival rate of larvae. The range of total length, body weight and survival rate of the seed i.e. 1.95—2.85 cm; 0.64—0.73 g, and 0.25%— 3.97% with the daily growth rate 3,9%—4,22%, respectively. No back bone deformity in the seed, that is 21—23 segments with interspaces of segments 0.030—0.036 mm.
Dietary Methionine Requirement for Growth of Juvenile Humpback Grouper (Cromileptes altivelis) Giri, Nyoman Adiasmara; Suwirya, Ketut; Marzuqi, Muhammad
Indonesian Aquaculture Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2006): (December 2006)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (532.203 KB) | DOI: 10.15578/iaj.1.2.2006.79-86

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An experiment to find out amino acid methionine requirement for growth of juvenile humpback grouper has been conducted in 18 polycarbonate 100 L tanks. Each tank was equipped with flow-through water system. Twelve juveniles of humpback grouper (5.6 ± 0.7 g each) were randomly selected and stocked in each tank. Juveniles humpback grouper for the experiment were purchased from back yard hatchery in Gondol. Fish fed test diets twice everyday at satiation level for 49 days. Test diets were prepared as dry pellet with casein and fish meal as the intact protein sources, supplemented with the mixture of crystalline L-amino acids to correspond to the amino acid pattern found in the whole body protein of the juvenile humpback grouper, except methionine. Basal diet (diet-1) containing 0.86% methionine was supplied from casein and fish meal. Graded level (0.3%) of L-methionine was added to the basal diet to get the final methionine level in each test diet of 0.86%, 1.16%, 1.46%, 1.76%, 2.06%, and 2.36 %. The experiment was designed according to completely random design (CRD) with 6 treatments (methionine levels) and three replicates for each treatment. Result of the experiment showed that dietary methionine content influenced final weight, weight gain, specific growth rate, feed efficiency, protein retention, and body protein content of juvenile humpback grouper. Optimum dietary methionine for juvenile humpback grouper was calculated using broken line regression analysis.  Optimum dietary methionine requirement for growth of juvenile humpback grouper was 1.18% (2.41% of dietary protein) and 1.16% (2.37% of dietary protein) based on weight gain data and feed efficiency, respectively.