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e-Journal BUDIDAYA PERAIRAN
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e-Journal BUDIDAYA PERAIRAN merupakan jurnal ilmiah yang mempublikasikan hasil-hasil penelitian maupun ulasan (review) dibidang budidaya perairan baik budidaya air tawar, payau mapun laut. Artikel jurnal dapat ditulis dalam bahasa inggris atau bahasa Indonesia. Jurnal diterbitkan 3 kali setahun yaitu bulan Januari, Mei dan September
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Administrasi oral imunostimulan ragi roti (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) untuk meningkatkan pertumbuhan ikan mas (Cyprinus Carpio L.) Razak, Atiek P.; Kreckhoff, Reni L.; Watung, Juliaan Ch.
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The research aimed to evaluate the effect of baker’s yeast as immunostimulant on the growth of carp.  Fish was obtained from Board of Freshwater Aquaculture at Tatelu, North Sulawesi Province.  Before running the experiment, the fish was acclimatized for one week in five concrete tanks measuring 2x1x1 m3 each. During acclimatization, fish was fed commercial pellet at 5%/body weight/day, twice a day.  After acclimatizationm, the fish was distributed in 15 aquaria with a density of 25 individuals per aquarium.  The research used Complete Randomized Design with five treatments namely 0, 5, 10, 15, and 20 g yeast/kg of pellet, each with three replications.  Fish was fed with treatment pellets for three weeks consecutively at a dose of 5%/body weight/day, twice a day at 08.00 am and 16.00 pm. Growth of fish was measured at the end of feeding period.  The result showed that the addition of baker’s yeast cells into fish feed significantly influenced fish growth. The best growth was achieved in fish fed pellet supplemented with 5 g yeast/kg of pellet.Keywords : Cyprinus carpio, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, immunostimulant, growth
Respon kebal nonspesifik ikan mas yang diberi imunostimulan ragi roti secara oral Yanuar, Aditya P.; Manoppo, Henky
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The effect of baker’s yeast as immunostimulant on innate immunity of carp (Cyprinus carpio L) had been investigated.  Fish was gathered from Freshwater Aquaculture Board (BBAT) Tatelu, Province of North Sulawesi.  The fish were acclimatized for a week in 15 aquariua with a density of 25 fish/aquarium. After acclimatization the fish were fed pellet supplemented with baker’s yeast as immunostimulant at 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 g / kg of feed for four weeks as much as 5%/body weight of fish/day with the frequency of feeding twice a day at 08.00 am and 16.00 pm . This study used Completely Randomized Design (RAL) with five treatments and each treatment had three replications. Immune parameters consisting of total leucocytes and phagocytosis activity were measured in the last week. After  four weeks of feeding, the total leukocytes from the carp fed with the addition of baker’s yeast 10 g / kg of feed were significantly increased compared with the fish not being fed with the addition of bread yeast (p <0.01). Phagocytic activity of phagocyte cells from carp also increased significantly in fish fed pellet with the addition of 5 g of baker’s yeast / kg of feed (p = 0.01). In conclusion, the addition of baker’s yeast as immunostimulant in the diet at 5-10 g/kg of pellet can increase the nonspecific immune response of carp. Keywords:  baker’s yeast, carp, nonspesific immune response, total leucocytes, phagocytosis activity
Pengaruh perbedaan salinitas terhadap pertumbuhan kepiting bakau, Scylla serrata Sitaba, Rifan D.; Salindeho, Indra R.N.; Kusen, Diane J.
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The aims of the research were to find out firstly, the growth rate of the mud crab Scylla Serrata) reared under different salinity levels and secondly, the range of the salinity where the mud crab optimally grows.   The experiment was conducted at the Laboratory of Aquaculture Technology, FPIK, UNSRAT, from April to May 2017.  The experiment was set up according to the Randomized Block Design, with 3 treatments, which were 3 different salinity levels, 10 ppt, 20 ppt and 30 ppt.  The tested level of salinity was determined based on the preliminary experiment.  Each treatment was triplicated, and each replicate represents the group of the initial weight of the tested crab, which was 80-89 grams (group-1), 70-79 grams (group-2), and 60-69 grams (group-3).  The tested mud crabs were collected from the estuarine waters of Inobonto river, which has salinity level of 12 ppt.  The tested crabs were weighed at the beginning and at the end of the experiment, and at the interval of 7 days during the experiment period.  The weight of the tested crabs data were converted into Absolute Growth Rate (AGR) and Daily Growth Rate (DGR), which in turn were statistically analyzed using Anova for Randomized Block Design, and then Least Significant Difference Test.  The results of the Least Significant Difference Test show that the absolute and daily growth rate of the tested crabs in the salinity of 10 ppt are not significantly different with those in the salinity of 20 ppt.  While the lowest absolute and daily growth rate of the tested crabs were in the salinity of 30 ppt and are significantly different with those in the salinity of 10 and 20 ppt.  Hence, in order to get a maximal production, the mud crab, Scylla serrata, should be cultured in the waters with a range of salinity between 10 and 20 ppt.Keywords: Mud crab, salinity, growth
Pengaruh kualitas fisika kimia perairan terhadap usaha budidaya ikan di Danau Bulilin Kabupaten Minahasa Tenggara Kabalmay, Agmilda A.; Pangemanan, Novie P.L.; Undap, Suzanne L.
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The research was conducted to determine the condition of physicochemical quality of waters and its effect on the sustainability of aquaculture in Bulilin Lake. The study was conducted at Lake Bulilin, Southeast Minahasa Regency in September 2016 (dry season) until January 2017 (rainy season). Measurement of physicochemical quality of waters was conducted in situ at 9 stations: station 1, 2, 3 (not aquaculture area); station 4, 5, 6 (aquaculture area) and station 7, 8, 9 (floating restaurant area).  Laboratory analysis of water samples from three stations, namely station A (not aquaculture area), station B (aquaculture area) and C (floating restaurant area), was done at  the Board of Research and Industrial Standardization Manado. Primary data were collected by interview to aquaculturist and field observation on aquaculture effort in Bulilin Lake.   The results of the study showed that water temperature range from 27 - 32oC, total dissolved solid 0.239 – 0.305 g/l, brightness 40 – 72.5 cm, pH 6.44 - 9, dissolved oxygen 3 – 5.18 mg/l, Nitrate 1.93 - 5.67 mg/l, nitrite 0 mg/l, ammonia 0 - 0.22 mg/l and phosphate 0 - 0.60 mg/l.  These result indicated that water quality condition is still in accordance with the quality standard for fish culture except ammonia.  High ammonia level caused overgrown of Eichhornia crassipes (eceng gondok). The sustainability of fish culture at present is relative fluent and beneficial even though the waters have been overgrown with weed water hyacinth.  However for the sustainability of the aquaculture effort in Bulilin Lake it is necessary to manage the waste to Bulilin Lake.Keywords : Lake Bulilin, physicochemical quality of waters , fish culture

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