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Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research
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EFEK EKSTRAK METANOL DAUN SELEDRI (Apium graveolens Linn.) SEBAGAI INSEKTISIDA TERHADAP NYAMUK Akuba,M.Sc.,Apt, Juliyanty; Thomas, Nurain; Dwy Jayanto Palay, Rendy
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
Publisher : State University of Gorontalo

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The ability of mosquitoes as a vector of various diseases such as dengue and malaria. One of the most commonly used methods of eradicating mosquitoes is chemical insecticides aimed at killing adult mosquitoes, which also creates its own problems, namely the emergence of mosquito resistance and toxic effects on humans. Therefore, alternative insecticides that are safer for the environment are needed from plants. One of them uses celery plants (Apium graveolens Linn.). Celery contains essential oils which act as respiratory poisons that can repel or kill mosquitoes. This study aims to see the effect of methanol extract of celery leaves as insecticides on mosquitoes, carried out by spraying on mosquitoes in confinement. Spraying using water as a negative control, baygon as a positive control and each extract solution 5% b / v, 10% b / v and 15% b / v. Spraying on each cage is done 8 times, ie 2 times from the left side of the cage, 2 times from the right side of the cage, 2 times from the front of the cage and 2 times from the back of the cage. The results showed that testing of methanol extract of celery leaves at a concentration of 5%, 10% and 15% could work as a mosquito-killing insecticide.
PENURUNAN KADAR GLUKOSA MENCIT AKIBAT PEMBERIAN KOMBINASI METRFORMIN DAN EKSTRAK BAWANG MERAH Djuwarno, Endah; Abdulkadir, Widysusanty
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
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IDENTIFIKASI ISOLAT KULIT BATANG WARU (Hibiscus tiliaceus L.) MENGGUNAKAN SPEKTROSKOPI INFRAMERAH Taupik, M.Sc, Muhammad; Adam Mustapa, Muhammad
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
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Waru (Hibiscustiliaceus L.) bark is a plant that is believed and used by community as a traditional medicine in treatment, especiallytotreat fever. This study aims to analyze the level of a secondary metabolite compound in the bark of waru (Hibiscustiliaceus L.) plant calculated using UV-Vis spectrophotometry and infrared methods. The method used to identify the flavonoid content is Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) using eluent n-hexane and ethyl acetate at the best comparison (7:3). The result obtained from this study is waru bark extract containing flavonoid compound which is shown from the Rf value of the waru bark methanol extract of 0.82, which the value is close to the Rf value of quarcetine 0.83. Analysis of the flavonoid content of waru bark methanol extract has carried out on The Spectrophotometric UV-Vis at a wavelength of 382 nm and the total flavonoid content obtained is of 10 mg of waru bark methanol extract containing135.2166µg/mL flavonoid compound with percentage of 13.521% and on the Spetroscopy Infrared, based on the obtained peak shows the existence of functional groups of OH, CH aliphatic, C=C aromatic and C-O indicates that this isolat is a flavonoid compound.
ANALISIS KADAR FLAVANOID TOTAL MENGGUNAKAN SPEKTROFOTOMETRI UV-VIS DALAM KULIT BUAH SALAK (Salacca zalacca V.) Adam Mustapa,M.Sc, Mohammad; Taupik, Muhammad; Ramadhan L, Aditya
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
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The Snake Fruit (Salacca zalacca (Gaertn.) Voss) skin is considered as a waste, but there are a small number of people who use this fruit skin as an medicine. A compound that plays a role in snake fruit skin for the treatment is flavonoid. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of flavonoid contained in the extract of snake fruit skin. The method used to determine the amount of flavonoid compound contained in it is the UV-Vis Spectrophotometry method. The result of reading the absorbance value of each snake fruit fraction obtained from the methanol fraction was 0.568 and ethyl acetate fraction of 0.319, which were then calculated by using the quercetin linear equation standard, y = 0.0608 x -0.0188 with the correlation coefficient (R2) = 0.997. The result obtained for each snake fruit fraction for flavonoid level in the methanol fraction was 96.51 µg/mL and in ethyl acetate fraction was 55.56 µg/mL.
UJI EFEKTIVITAS SEDIAAN PATCH EKSTRAK DAUN CENGKEH (Syzygium aromaticum) SEBAGAI REPELLENT NYAMUK Sy. Pakaya, M.Si.,Apt, Mahdalena; Thomas, Nurain; Arista Idris, Pinkan
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
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Clove (Syzygium aromaticumL.) leaf has efficacy as repellent because it contains terpenoid eugenol. This study aimed to determine how the effectiveness of clove leaf extract patch dosage as a mosquito repellent. This research was started with extraction using maceration method with 96% ethanol solvent. Furthermore, making the dosage of patch of clove leaf extract using matrix method with variation of the clove leaf extract concentration. Then, the effectiveness of mosquito repellent patch was tested by using rabbit that divided into 5 treatment groups namely K- (base patch), K+ (mosquito repellent patch), 3 groups of clove leaf extract patch with variation of concentration of F1a (concentration of 1%), F1b (concentration of 3%), and F1c (concentration of 5%). Each group was attached to the clothes of the rabbit and put into the experimental box that had been put by mosquito as many as 20 tails. Based on result of ANNOVA statistic test showed that clove (Syzygium aromaticumL.) leaf patch dosage against the rabbit gave a significant effect against mosquito repellent, where at 5% concentration of clove leaf extract could give mosquito repellent efficacy better than concentration 1% and 3%.
ANALISIS KADAR FLAVANOID TOTAL MENGGUNAKAN SPEKTROFOTOMETRI UV-VIS DALAM KULIT BUAH SALAK (Salacca zalacca V.) Adam Mustapa,M.Sc, Mohammad; Taupik, Muhammad; Ramadhan L, Aditya
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
Publisher : State University of Gorontalo

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The Snake Fruit (Salacca zalacca (Gaertn.) Voss) skin is considered as a waste, but there are a small number of people who use this fruit skin as an medicine. A compound that plays a role in snake fruit skin for the treatment is flavonoid. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of flavonoid contained in the extract of snake fruit skin. The method used to determine the amount of flavonoid compound contained in it is the UV-Vis Spectrophotometry method. The result of reading the absorbance value of each snake fruit fraction obtained from the methanol fraction was 0.568 and ethyl acetate fraction of 0.319, which were then calculated by using the quercetin linear equation standard, y = 0.0608 x -0.0188 with the correlation coefficient (R2) = 0.997. The result obtained for each snake fruit fraction for flavonoid level in the methanol fraction was 96.51 g/mL and in ethyl acetate fraction was 55.56 g/mL.
UJI EFEKTIVITAS SEDIAAN PATCH EKSTRAK DAUN CENGKEH (Syzygium aromaticum) SEBAGAI REPELLENT NYAMUK Sy. Pakaya, M.Si.,Apt, Mahdalena; Thomas, Nurain; Arista Idris, Pinkan
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
Publisher : State University of Gorontalo

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Abstract

Clove (Syzygium aromaticumL.) leaf has efficacy as repellent because it contains terpenoid eugenol. This study aimed to determine how the effectiveness of clove leaf extract patch dosage as a mosquito repellent. This research was started with extraction using maceration method with 96% ethanol solvent. Furthermore, making the dosage of patch of clove leaf extract using matrix method with variation of the clove leaf extract concentration. Then, the effectiveness of mosquito repellent patch was tested by using rabbit that divided into 5 treatment groups namely K- (base patch), K+ (mosquito repellent patch), 3 groups of clove leaf extract patch with variation of concentration of F1a (concentration of 1%), F1b (concentration of 3%), and F1c (concentration of 5%). Each group was attached to the clothes of the rabbit and put into the experimental box that had been put by mosquito as many as 20 tails. Based on result of ANNOVA statistic test showed that clove (Syzygium aromaticumL.) leaf patch dosage against the rabbit gave a significant effect against mosquito repellent, where at 5% concentration of clove leaf extract could give mosquito repellent efficacy better than concentration 1% and 3%.
EFEK EKSTRAK METANOL DAUN SELEDRI (Apium graveolens Linn.) SEBAGAI INSEKTISIDA TERHADAP NYAMUK Akuba,M.Sc.,Apt, Juliyanty; Thomas, Nurain; Dwy Jayanto Palay, Rendy
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
Publisher : State University of Gorontalo

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The ability of mosquitoes as a vector of various diseases such as dengue and malaria. One of the most commonly used methods of eradicating mosquitoes is chemical insecticides aimed at killing adult mosquitoes, which also creates its own problems, namely the emergence of mosquito resistance and toxic effects on humans. Therefore, alternative insecticides that are safer for the environment are needed from plants. One of them uses celery plants (Apium graveolens Linn.). Celery contains essential oils which act as respiratory poisons that can repel or kill mosquitoes. This study aims to see the effect of methanol extract of celery leaves as insecticides on mosquitoes, carried out by spraying on mosquitoes in confinement. Spraying using water as a negative control, baygon as a positive control and each extract solution 5% b / v, 10% b / v and 15% b / v. Spraying on each cage is done 8 times, ie 2 times from the left side of the cage, 2 times from the right side of the cage, 2 times from the front of the cage and 2 times from the back of the cage. The results showed that testing of methanol extract of celery leaves at a concentration of 5%, 10% and 15% could work as a mosquito-killing insecticide.
PENURUNAN KADAR GLUKOSA MENCIT AKIBAT PEMBERIAN KOMBINASI METRFORMIN DAN EKSTRAK BAWANG MERAH Djuwarno, Endah; Abdulkadir, Widysusanty
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
Publisher : State University of Gorontalo

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IDENTIFIKASI ISOLAT KULIT BATANG WARU (Hibiscus tiliaceus L.) MENGGUNAKAN SPEKTROSKOPI INFRAMERAH Taupik, M.Sc, Muhammad; Adam Mustapa, Muhammad
Journal Syifa Sciences and Clinical Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): March
Publisher : State University of Gorontalo

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Waru (Hibiscustiliaceus L.) bark is a plant that is believed and used by community as a traditional medicine in treatment, especiallytotreat fever. This study aims to analyze the level of a secondary metabolite compound in the bark of waru (Hibiscustiliaceus L.) plant calculated using UV-Vis spectrophotometry and infrared methods. The method used to identify the flavonoid content is Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) using eluent n-hexane and ethyl acetate at the best comparison (7:3). The result obtained from this study is waru bark extract containing flavonoid compound which is shown from the Rf value of the waru bark methanol extract of 0.82, which the value is close to the Rf value of quarcetine 0.83. Analysis of the flavonoid content of waru bark methanol extract has carried out on The Spectrophotometric UV-Vis at a wavelength of 382 nm and the total flavonoid content obtained is of 10 mg of waru bark methanol extract containing135.2166g/mL flavonoid compound with percentage of 13.521% and on the Spetroscopy Infrared, based on the obtained peak shows the existence of functional groups of OH, CH aliphatic, C=C aromatic and C-O indicates that this isolat is a flavonoid compound.

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