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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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THE EFFECT OF ADDING PUMPKIN FLOUR TO THE COLOR BRIGHTNESS AND GROWTH OF MOLLY FISH (POECILIA SPHENOPS) Cibro, Jamal Mirdad; Mulyadi, Mulyadi; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 6 (2019): Edisi 2 Juli s/d Desember 2019
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            ABSTRACT This research was conducted from February 2019 to March 2019, for 30 days at the Aquaculture Technology Laboratory of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Pekanbaru Riau University. The aims of study was to determine the effect of adding pumpkin flour to the brightness of the color of molly fish. The method used in this study was a laboratory-scale experimental method with a completely randomized design (CRD) design with four treatments given the treatment level of P0 = Takari feed, P1 = feed with 5% pumpkin flour, and P2 = feed with 10% flour pumpkinP3 = feed with 15% pumpkin flour. The best results were P3 treatment with feed with 15% yellow pumpkin flour, molly's body color 7.8 scor, absolute weight 1.04 grams and absolute length of 0.8 cm. Keywords: Pumpkin, Molly, feed.
Enlargement Of Wallago Leeri With Fish Meal Combination Rianti, Evi; Tang, Usman M.; Putra, Iskandar
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 February to April 2014, for 60 days inexperiment pondof Fisheries Faculty and Marine Sciences, University ofRiauPekanbaru.The aims of the research was todetermine the effect of fish mealcombinations on the growth and survival of Wallago leerireared in ponds.TheMethod used was experiment with3 treatments and 3 replications. The treatmentswereP1= 25% fish trash + 75% pellet, P2 = 50% fish trash + 50% pellet, P3 = 75%fishtrash + 25% pellet.The best result was treatmentP3 with absolute growthweights (11,23 g), absolute growth length (4,50 cm), daily growth rate (0,34%)and survival rate 90 %.Key words : Wallago leeri,fish meal combination, fish trash and pellet.
The Growth of Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) with aquaponic system Ridho, Ari; Tang, Usman M,; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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The research was conducted in May 2013 at the Fish Hatchery and Breeding Laboratory Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Riau University. The aim of the research to know the productivity of catfish (Clarias gariepinus) with aquaponic system. The experimental methode with two treatments was applied in the research namely aquaponic and non-aquaponic. The result indicated that aquaponic have differential on growth of catfish (Clarias gariepinus). The best result was achieved by non-aquaponic. Total absolute body weight, absolute body length, daily growth rate, survival rate and productivity was 20,45 grams, 10,14 cm, 6,40 %/day, 78,89 %, and 7.421 grams respectively. Water quality during in the research with pH 6-7, disolved oxygen (DO) 1,78-4,7 mg/l, ammonia (NH3) 0,22-2,2 mg/l, nitrat (NO3-) 0,06-0,08 mg/l, nitrit (NO2-) 0,06-0,44 mg/l, temperature 30-310C.Keyword: Aquaponic, Survival rate, Clarias gariepinus
Maintenance mud crab (scylla serrata) with different feeding Frequency Handayani, Juni; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted in March-May 2014 held at the Village Canang Dry, EnvironmentalXX, Village Sicanang, District of Medan Belawan, Medan, North Sumatra Province. The aim of thestudy was to determine the effect of feeding frequency on the growth and survival of mud crab (Scyllaserrata)The method used is the experiment with 3 treatments and 3 replications of feeding 2 times aday (P1); feeding 3 times a day (P2); feeding 4 times a day (P3). Data were analyzed using ANOVA(P <0.05). Test materials were used as much as 36 crabs were maintained with the battery systeminside a plastic basket with size of 45.5 x 33 x 17 cm3. Plastic basket is divided into 4 sections byplacing bamboo as a divider so that the basket contains 4 crabs. The results showed that feedingtrash fish produces growth weight 108 g, daily growth rate 1,55 %, the growth in length 1,91cm and a higher 1,42 cm, survival rate 100%.Keyword : mud crab, feeding frequency, and growth
Maintenance mud crab (scylla serrata) with different provision Of feed Sugiani, Susi; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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The research was conducted in March to May 2014 in the village of Dry Canang,XX Village, District Sicanang Belawan, Medan, North Sumatra Province. The methodused is the method of experiment by using RAL with 3 treatments and 3 replications thatis feeding trash fish (P1), feeding chicken intestine (P2), and feeding shellfish seashell(P3). Data were analyzed using ANOVA (P <0.05). Test materials were used as much as36 crabs were maintained with the battery system inside a cages measuring 60 x 35 x 17cm3. Cages divided into 4 sections by placing bamboo as a divider so that 1 basketcontains 4 crabs. The results showed that feeding trash fish produces growth weight106,52 g, daily growth rate 1,52%, growth in length 1,37 cm and a higher 1,13 cm andsurvival rate 100%.Keyword : mud crab, food, and growth
Maintenance gold fish (carassius auratus) with different Feed on recirculation systems Husnan, M.; Putra, Iskandar
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 June 30 to July 30 2014, for 30 days inAquaculture Technology Laboratory of Fisheries Faculty and Marine Sciences,University of Riau Pekanbaru. This study aimed to determine the effect of type offeeding is best to fish growth and survival of comets in the recirculation system.The method used in this study was a laboratory-scale experimental methods withexperimental design completely randomized design (CRD) with three treatmentswere given treatment level is P1 = Tubifex sp, Moina sp = P2, and P3 = artificialPellets. The best result was treatment P1 treatment using feed tubifex sp absoluteweight of 2.5 grams and a length of 3.8 cm absolute. Survival and body colorcomet fish best at using P2 feed moina sp.Keyword : Gold fish (Carassius auratus), feed,recirculation
Growth and survival rate of common carp (cyprinus carpio l) with different biofilter combination in recirculation aquaponic system Sulistyono, Fery Cahyo; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted for 60 days from 29 June until 28 August 2013, in Laboratory Breeding Unit of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences University of Riau. The aim of the study was to determine the growth and survival rate of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L) using a biofilter fresh water clam (Pilsbryoconcha exilis) on aquaponic system. The method used in this study was experimen with 1 factor and 4 treatments. The treatments were density of 10, 20, 30, and 40 kangkung (Ipomoea reptana) of each treatment.The best result was invented on P3 (density of 40 watch) with absolute growth rate of 8,09 gram, length growth rate of 4,83 cm, daily growth rate 2,39%, survival rate of 97,76% and biomass rate of 154,49 gram. The best water quality parameters recorded during in the research period was achieved by P3 of ammonia (NH3) 0.02-0.05 mg/l, nitrite (NO2) 0.05-0.06 mg/l, nitrate (NO3) 1.64-0.63 mg/l, temperature 27-290 C, pH 5-6, dissolved oxygen (DO) 3-3.46 mg/l, and (CO2) 6.34-10.78 respectively.Keywords : Aquaponik, Biofilter, Fresh water Clam, Cyprinus carpio L
Rearing of african catfish (clarias gariepinus) with high stocking density in bioflock techniques Lestari, Indah Dwi; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted from May until Juny 2013 at LaboratoryAquaculture of Technology University of Riau. The purpose of this research wasto investigate growth of the African catfish with high stocking density in bioflocktechniques. This research using exsperimental method and Completely RandomDesign (RAL) with three treatments and three replications, there are P1: stockingdensity of African catfish 100 fish/m2, P2: stocking density of African catfish 200fish/m2, dan P3: stocking density of African catfish 300 fish/m2. The result showedthat African catfish with high density in bioflock techniques was not effectedsignificantly on absolute growth weight, absolute growth length, daily growth rateand survival rate. But the best treatments in this research was stocking density offish 200 fish/m2, with high growth weight rate 17,25 g, lenght growth rate 7,84cm, daily growth rate 6,65%, and survival rate 94,66%.Keyword : African catfish, High density, Bioflock technology
CULTIVATION SEED (Mystus nemurus C.V) USING BIOFILTER TAIWANESE CLAM ON AQUAPONIC SYSTEM Pitaloka, Ayu Kurnia; Tang, Usman M; Putra, Iskandar
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted for 45 days from March to April 2013, inLaboratory Breeding Unit of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine SciencesUniversity of Riau. The aim of the study was to determine the growth and rate ofseed (Mystus nemurus CV) using a biofilter taiwanese clam (Anadonta woodianaLea) on aquaponic system. The method used in this study was experimen with 1factor and 3 treatments. The treatments were stocking density of 5, 10, and 15taiwanese clam (Anadonta woodiana Lea) of each treatment.The results showed that stocking density taiwanese clam has significantlyaffect on the water quality of ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, growth rate and survivalrate of seed. The best result was achived by treatment P3 (15 tawanese clam).Total absolute growth weight was 16.63 grams, 2.20% daily growth rate andsurvival rate of 81.67%.Keywords: Aquaponik, Biofilter, Taiwanese Clam, Mystus nemurus CV
Co-Authors Abrar, Wirangga Albab Adliyana, Aimi Amriyani, Dessy Ari Ridho Ariansyah, Sepri Ayu Kurnia Pitaloka Br Sembiring, Monika Sari Candra, Andre Maryan Cibro, Jamal Mirdad Dahril, Imansyah Dinamella Wahyjuningrum Edward Nababan, Edward Evi Rianti Evodias Marginata, Evodias Fadhlur Rahman, Fadhlur Fahrul Rozi Fery Cahyo Sulistyono Fitri Rahmadani, Fitri Fitria, Selviana Niki Gaol, Rizal B Lumban Ginanjar, Rendi Hafizah Hafizah Hakim, Yasir Henni Syawal Hidayat, Selamat Hsb, Mifta huljannah Iesje Lukistyowati Indah Dwi Lestari Ismael, Fitri Ismayanti, Indah Juni Handayani Ketut Udy Ariawan, Ketut Udy Lubis, Muhammad Reza Idris M. Husnan Mahyuddin Salim, Mahyuddin Manalu, Edison Roganda Manik, Retno Aprita Manurung, Veronika Masjudi, Heri Matondang, Putra Ali Syahbana Megawati, Elyza Meiza, Maharanny Muhamad Latiful Khobir, Muhamad Latiful Muhammad Fauzi Muhammad Imam Tanthowi Mulyadi Mulyadi Niken Ayu Pamukas Novia, Solvi Novia, Solvi Novri Iswandi Novrizandi Malaputra, Novrizandi Nurhasim, Nurhasim Parikesit, Dimas Satya Rahmi Rahmi Ringgi Desra Denesta Rio Yusufi Subhan Riri Annisa Sukma, Riri Annisa Risma Safitri Rizka Syulfia, Rizka Romadon Dongoran, Romadon Rusliadi Rusliadi Safitri, Lestari Dwi Ayu Samsul Arif Ashari Santi Ramayani, Santi Septiyan, Rahmat Setiyanto, D. Djoko Shafiq, Muhammad Siburian, Sahad Ganda Sinaga, Henny Maria Sitorus, Nelli Karolina Suandi, Muhammad Suandi, Saperizal Agus Suci Wulandari Susi Sugiani Sutaya, Wayan Syafriyandi, Syafriyandi Taharudin, M Teguh Imam Supandi, Teguh Imam Unggul Fitrah Heriadi, Unggul Fitrah Usman M Tang Usman M Tang, Usman Usman M, Tang Usman M. Tang Usman M. Tang, Usman Usman M.Tang, Usman Yaningsih, Nurmi Yulianingrum, Triwahyu Zuria, Ridha