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THE EFFECT OF PROBIOTIC ADDITION IN FEED TOWARDS GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND SURVIVAL RATE OF TAMBAQUI (COLOSSOMA MACROPOMUM) USING BIOFLOCS SYSTEM Abrar, Wirangga Albab; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan - UNRI Vol 24, No 1 (2019)
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EFFECT OF GIVING PAPAIN ENZYMES ON COMMERCIAL FEED ON THE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF BAUNG FISH SEEDS (HEMIBAGRUSNEMURUS) IN THE RECIRCULATION SYSTEM Harahap, Riska Rahmawati; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; Rusliadi, Rusliadi
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 6 (2019): Edisi 1 Januari s/d Juni 2019
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ABSTRACT                This research was conducted on February 20 - March 30, 2019 at the Laboratory of Aquaculture Technology, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine, University of Riau. This study aims to determine the best dosage of Papain enzymes mixed in commercial feed to see the growth and survival of baung fish. The research container used was a 60x40x40 cm3 aquarium with 15 aquariums with a stocking density of 15 fish / aquarium. This study used a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with one factor of five levels of treatment and three replications. Each treatment was given the addition of papain enzymes as much as P1 (0 g / kg), P2 (0.25 g / kg), P3 (0.30 g / kg), P4 (0.35 g / kg), and P5 ( 0.40 g / kg) of feed. The results showed that the best treatment found in P4 (0.35 g / kg) of feed resulted in absolute weight growth of 5.84 g, growth of absolute length of 4.20 cm, specific growth rate of 4.56%, feed efficiency of 124.56% and livelihood 95.53%. Keywords: Papain Enzyme, Growth, Baung Fish (Hemibagrusnemurus) 
PERBAIKAN KUALITAS KIMIA TANAH DASAR KOLAM PODSOLIK MERAH KUNING DENGAN PEMBERIAN PUPUK CAMPURAN ORGANIK DAN ANORGANIK Hasibuan, Saberina; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; ', Syafriadiman; Sirait, Ranny
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 41, No 2 (2013): Juli 2013
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The research was conducted from Juni to November 2013 in a Laboratory ofEnvironment Quality Cultivation, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty of RiauUniversity. The purposed of this research was to knew improving the chemicalquality of podsolic red yellow pond bottom soil by a given pool mixed fertilize oforganic quail manure and inorganic fertilizers (Urea, SP 36 and KCl) with differentproportions. The method used in thisexperiment was Randomized CompleteDesign with 6 degrees of treatment with 3 replication. The treatment used in thisexperiment was (without treatment), P1 proportion of 100% organic fertilizer(75,96 g): 0% inorganic fertilizers (0 g; 0 g; 0 g), P2 proportion of 70% organicfertilizer (53,17 g): 30% inorganic fertilizers (0.25 g; 0.04 g; 0.14 g), P3proportion of 50% organic fertilizer (26,59 g): 50% inorganic fertilizers (4.16 g;g; 0,68 2.26 g, P4 proportion of 30% organic fertilizer (7.98 g): 70% inorganicfertilizers (5,82 g; 0.95 g; 3.16 g), P5 proportion0% organic fertilizer (0 g): 100%inorganic fertilizers (8.25 g; g; 4,52 1.36 g). Result showed that the provision oforganic and inorganic mixed with different dose effect to improve the chemicalquality of soil as pH, organic matter, cation exchange capacity and phosphate andwater quality too. Treatment that can provide the best influence on thecharacteristics of the land base of the pond is the proportion of 50% organicfertilizer:50% inorganic fertilizers.Keywords :fertilizer doses, quail manure fertilizer, soil quality, water quality
PEMANFAATAN LIMBAH TANDAN KOSONG SAWIT (FLY ASH) UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KELIMPAHAN FITOPLANKTON PADA MEDIA BUDIDAYA Pamukas, Niken Ayu; Syafriadiman, Syafriadiman; Mulyadi, Mulyadi
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 40, No 1 (2012): Februari 2012
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Main problems facing by fish farmers in utilizing of swampy soil as otheralternatives for fish culture area are water and soil quality such as low soil andwater pH, uncertainty water supply, land topography and lack of nutrient content.In order to increase nutrient content in swampy soil, it should give manure. FlyAsh consist of P : 10.0-12.3 g/kg, K : 16.0-65.8 g/kg, Ca : 26.6-32.1 g/kg, Mg : 24.4-30.8 g/kg, Cu : 0.16-1.26 g/kg, dan B : 0.20-0.27 g/kg. Fly Ash an alternative thatcould be used in nutrient recycling or to return nutrient content on land.Application of fly ash could improve swampy soil and adding nutrient content forplant. The aim of this research was to investigate the effect of palm fly ashaddition on phytoplankton growth. Complete Random Design with one factor,four treatments and three replications was applied. Results showed that there waspositive relationship between concentration of fly ash and phytoplanktonabundance. Fly ash concentrations applied were: P0 (without fly ash), P1 (246.1g/m2), P2 (492.2 g/m2) and P3 (738.3 g/m2). Results shown that the bestphytoplankton abundance was obtained from P3 (738.3 g/m2) with phytoplanktonabundance was 2,945 cell/ml, while the worst was P0 (without fly ash) withphytoplankton abundance 1442 cel/ml. 17 species of phytoplankton were inventedin the research consist of 5 species of Chlorophyceae, 4species ofCyanophyceae, and 8 species of Bacillariophyceae respectively. The organicmaterial of soil content from 60.40-89.75 %, nitrate concentration 0.129-0.841ppm, temperature 26-35oC, water pH 5-9, turbidity 1-17 NTU, DO 2.1-4.5 ppm,CO2 11.99-46.57 ppm, orthoposphate concentration 0.079-0.524 ppm, hardness17.00-29.67 ppm.
Zeolite absorption as ammonia filter in waters And the effects on water quality Hasibuan, Saberina; Pamukas, Niken Ayu
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted from March to April 2014, for 30 days in Aquaculture circle Quality Laboratory Unit of Fisheries Faculty and Marine Sciences, University of Riau Pekanbaru. The aims of research was to investigate zeolite absorption toward ammonia and it effects water quality by recirculation system to rear of river catfish (Mystus nemurus). The methods used was experiment with 4 treatment and 3 replications. The treatments were P0= control, P1= Dosis 45,48 g/12 litres atau 3,79 g/litres, P2= Dosis 90,96 g/12 litres atau 7,58 g/litres, dan P= Dosis 136,44 g/12 litres atau 11,37 g/litres. The best treatment is P3, the result show that the more zeolit dose so many ammonia absorption. Water parameters recorded as follows pH (5-6 mg/L ), temp (28,7 – 30,2), DO (3,37- 4,88), Ammonia (P3 0,02-0,54 mg/L), CO2 (0,45 – 10,48).Key Words : River Catfish (Mystus nemurus), recirculation, filter, zeolit, water quality
Type and Abundance of Phytoplanktons and Absorptions of Ammonia on African Catfish (Clarias gariepenus) Cultivation, Differences of Stoking Density With Bioflok Tarkus, Aris; Hasibuan, Saberina; Pamukas, Niken Ayu
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted from march until April 2014 in fish Farming technologilaboratory of faculty of fisheries and marine science university of riau. This research purposes toknow type and abundance of phytoplanktons and absorption of ammonia on arican catfish(clarian gariepenus) cultivation, differences of stoking density with bioflok technique.Experimental metods using completely random design (RAL) with one factor and faour leveltritment, each treatment done in theree times deuteronomy. Stocking density on each treatmentbegins from 20 fishes in one place for P0 40 fishes for P1 60 fishes for P2 and 80 fishes for P3by administering molasses and for each place P1-P3 as probiotics 20cc. Best result of this reserchis solid stocking 80s with total abundance 16303 indl/L, it is supported by parameter of waterquality in each treatmant where water quality consist of : temperatur 27-320C, pH 7-7.9, DO1.55-3.03 (mg/L), CO2 7.13-15.31 mg/L, phosphat 0.6173-1.2978 (mg/L), nitrate 0.5854-10.4236 (mg/l) and total organic material of water is 12.331-15.441 (mg/l).Keywords: bioflok, the phytoplankton, the quality of water
Growth And Survival Rate Red Rili Shrimp (Neocaridina Var Rili) With Different Media Temperature Manipulation Parikesit, Dimas Satya; Putra, Iskandar; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; Ginanjar, Rendi
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2017
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One of the obligation biotic component in aquascape are decomposition creature that is shrimp. Red Lili Shrimp is one of the main comodity of ornamental fish with high economic value which grow along with the aquascape bussiness in Indonesia. Until today, the demand of Red Lili Shrimp are very high but the stock is still low, which caused by the influence of temperature in mortality of shrimp. This research objectivity is to knowing the growth and survival rate of Red Lili Shrimp (Neocaridina heteropoda var rili) with temperature manipulation by the treatment different media temperature manipulation. The methode which used in this research was Complete Random Stake 1 factor with 4 times different treatment and 3 times repetition. PO shrimp control maintained in temperature 27 - 29ᴼC, P1 : Treatment 1 the shrimp maintained by temperature 26°± 0,5ᴼC ,P2 : Treatment 2 the shrimp maintained by temperature 29°± 0,5ᴼC ,P3 : Treatment 3 the shrimp maintained by temperature 32°± 0,5ᴼC. By manipulation of temperature given serious effect to absolute growth of weight and survival rate, by giving best temperature in treatment 26 ± 0,5ᴼC by daily growth 8,46 %, the absolute growth is 0,024 gram, the absolute length growth 0,24 cm and survival rate 73 %.Keyword: Manipulasi suhu, Neocaridina heteropoda var Rili, Pertumbuhan ,Kelulushidupan
THE EFFECTS OF STOCKING DENSITY ON CLOSED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF JUARO FISH (Pangasius polyuranodon Blkr) Muda’i, Saiful; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; Rusliadi, Rusliadi
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 5, No 1 (2018): Wisuda April Tahun 2018
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ABSTRACT The objective of the research was to investigate the best stock of juaro fish on closed transportation system. The method used in this research was experimental method using Completely Randomized Design (RAL) of one factor 3 treatment levels and 3 replications, ie P1: density of juaro 8 fish/L, P2:density of juaro 10 fish/L and P3: density of juaro 12 fish/L. This research was conducted in June to July 2017 in the UPT Aquatic Aquaculture Technology Laboratory of Marine Fishery University of Riau. The result of this research was obtained by optimum stocking density the transportation of Juaro fish seeds with the addition of 20 g zeolite, 10 g of activated carbon and 4 g of salt which was transported for 8 hours was 8 fish/L. It is characterized by a survival rate (SR) of 58.33%, temperature 280C, DO 2.23 mg/L, CO2 0.87 mg/L, pH 7, NH3 0.23 mg/L and post-transport cortisol blood 179,406 nmol/L. Keywords : Stock Density, Pangasius polyuranodon, Closed Transportation System, 
Ameliorant Formulation Utilization With Different Dose To Increase The Benthic Density In Peat Pond Pamukas, Niken Ayu
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2017
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The research was conducted from Mei –Juni 2016 the petani nenas street, Kualu Nenas, Districts Tambang, Kampar, Riau. Analyze parameters of quality soil, water and abundance of benthos species identification does at Environmental Quality Aquaculture Laboratory, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, University of Riau. The aim of this research was to determine the effect of formulation ameliorant benthos abundance peat soil pool. The method used was an experimental method by using Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with one factor, six treatments and three replications. Treatments applied were P0: without ameliorant, P1: formulation ameliorant dose 400 gr/m2, P2: formulation ameliorant dose 600 gr/m2, P3: formulation ameliorant dose 800 gr/m2, P4: formulation ameliorant dose 1000 gr/m2 P5: formulation ameliorant dose 1200 gr/m2.The results showed that benthos abundance best is P4 (1000 g/m2) with abundance to 16.326 ind/m2 and got 9 benthos species from 4 classes that: Annelida, Molusca, and Insecta. Classes Annelida is 3 spesies, than Insecta class 1 spesies and Molusca class 5 species. The benthos species that got is Tubifex sp, Lumbriculidae sp, Trypanosillys zebra, Chironomus sp, Brotia sp, Melanoides sp, Thiara sp, Gyraulus sp and Pisidium sp.Keywords: Peat Soil, Ameliorant, Benthos Abundance
PERKEMBANGAN KELIMPAHAN FITOPLANKTON DENGAN PEMBERIAN PUPUK ORGANIK CAIR Pamukas, Niken Ayu
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 39, No 1 (2011): Februari 2011
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Phytoplankton is a very important microorganisms in pond, it has a function asprimary producer, natural fish food and as supporting water quality parameters.Phytoplankton growth could be supported by adding fertilizer. One of the best fertilizerthat could be used is liquid organic fertilizer. This research was conducted on June 1-28,2009 at the Water Quality Management Laboratory, Faculty of Fisheries and MarineScience, University of Riau. The aim of this research was to investigate the effect ofaddition of liquid organic fertilizer toward phytoplankton abundance. Completerandomly design with one factor, six treatments and three replications was applied. Resultshowed that positive relationship between concentrations of liquid organic fertilizer andphytoplankton abundance. Liquid organic fertilizer concentrations applied were : P0(Control), P1 (0,133 ml/m3), P2 (0,244 ml/m3), P3 (0,511 ml/m3), P4 (1,00 ml/m3) and P5(2,00 ml/m3). Result showed that the best abundance was obtained from P5 (2,00 ml/m3)with phytoplankton abundance was 21667 ind/l. The organic material of soil content from3,820-8,631 %, nitrate concentration 0,234-2,605 ppm, temperature 24-320C, pH of water(6,1-7,9), DO 3,0-5,3 ppm, turbidity 38-228 NTU, CO2 11,99-50,40 ppm andorthoposphate concentration 0,099-0,427 ppm.