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Jurnal Penelitian Sains (JPS) MIPA UNSRI merupakan wahana komunikasi ilmiah di bidang sains serta lintas ilmu yang terkait; diterbitkan sejak 1 Oktober 1996 oleh UP2M FMIPA Universitas Sriwijaya. Jurnal ini berisikan tulisan atau karangan ilmiah dalam berbagai bidang tersebut yang diangkat dari hasil penelitian, survei, atau telaah pustaka, yang belum pernah dipublikasikan dalam terbitan lain.
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Pengaruh Edukasi Farmasis terhadap Outcome Terapi Pasien TB Paru Fase Intensif di RSUP Persahabatan Periode Maret-Juli 2015 Sriwijaya, Reza Agung; Kumala, Shirly; Keban, Sesilia A.
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The background knowledge of this research is based on the amount of patients’ pulmonary tubercu-losis who get failed doing their therapy and recur in having it after doing the treatment at RSUP Persahaba-tan.The objective of this research is to decrease the amount of patients get failed doing the therapy and recur at RSUP Persahabatan. The method of the research is Quasi-experimental with Nonrandomized Control Group Pretest-Postest Design. Furthermore, the technical sampling used is voluntaryby two apparent groups, 54 pa-tients as control group and 54 patients as experiment group.The instrument of this research are pre-test,posttest and Likert Questionair Model which is used to measure the knowledge and compliance toward the outcome of the therapy before and after it meets a good validity and reability test with standard α = 0,05. The conclusion is education pharmacy can increase knowledge and compliance with TB patients so that the outcomes of therapy against Pulmonary TB patients at RSUP Persahabatan is improved.
Inventarisasi Mamalia di Kawasan Suaka Margasatwa Gunung Raya Kabupaten Ogan Komering Ulu Selatan Provinsi Sumatera Selatan Hidayat, Rizky; Yustian, Indra; Setiawan, Doni
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Mammals is one of the framers class of the diversity of wildlife on an ecosystem. The data about mammal’s diversity in Gunung Raya Wildlife Reserveare still limited for the biodiversity management especially on mammals in this area. One methods to know the presence of mammals in Gunung Raya Wildlife Reserve is by doing the inventory. The aim of this research is to know the presence of mammals and its conservation status in Gunung Raya Wildlife Re-serve South Ogan Komering Ulu Regency South Sumatera Province. This research was done from March 2017 to April 2018 in Gunung Raya Wildlife Reserve, exactly on Pasir Bintang, Mesagi, Bukit Lebong, and Manduriang South Ogan Komering Ulu Regency South Sumatera Province. The method used for this research was by Reconnaissance Walk. The data collected by direct observation, camera trap, life trap, mist net, activity track and interviews. There are 23 species of mammals recorded in Gunung Raya Wildlife Reserve by this research, 9 of those species listed as protected animals based on PerMen LHK No. 20 Thn 2018, which are Symphalangus syndactylus, Nesolagus netscheri, Manis javanica, Lariscus insignis, Ratufa affinis, Tapirus indicus,Presbytis melalophos, Trachypithecus cristatusand Helarctos malaya-nus and based on IUCN 2018 there are 1 species which is Manis javanica categorized as CR (Critically Endangered) which in the near future will be threatened of the extinction.
Identifikasi Kelelawar Berdasarkan Morfologi dan Morfometri di Kawasan Kampus Universitas Sriwijaya, Indralaya Qaanitah, Intan; Yustian, Indra; Kamal, Mustafa
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This research is to know the kind of bats based on morphology and morphometry identification in campus area of Sriwijaya University, Indralaya. The research was conducted at campus area of Sriwijaya University, Indralaya and the specimen was preserved at Animal Taxonomy Laboratory of Biology Department of FMIPA Sriwijaya Universi-ty. The research method used is the installation mist net traps in four location that is area of biology department, lecturer housing, mushollah area FMIPA, and the front gate of UNSRI. The installation was conducted in afternoon from 5-9 pm. The catch results obtained 104 bats consisting of three types of fruit eaters, that is 57 Cynopterus brachyotis with mor-phometry average mass 27.80 gram, whole body 74.90 mm, tail 13.27 mm, ear 17.19 mm, whole feet 13.94 mm, fore arm 63.05 mm, dan tibia 23.84 mm, 14 Cynopterus sphinx with morphometry average mass 32.84 gram, whole body 82.45 mm, tail 13.37 mm, ear 18.09 mm, whole feet 15.04 mm, fore arm 65.32 mm, dan tibia 24.36 mm, one Rousettus amplex-icaudatus with morphometry mass 67.5 gram, whole body 95.6 mm, tail 19.5 mm, ear 21.5 mm, whole feet 20.8 mm, fore arm 70.8 mm, dan tibia 37.4 mm; one type of insectivorous 31 Chaerephon plicatus with morphometri average mass 14.35 gram, whole body 62.64 mm, tail 44.17 mm, ear 20.52 mm, whole feet 10.31 mm , fore arm 48.02 mm, dan tibia 37.4 mm; and one type of nectar eater one Macrglossus sobrinus with morphometry mass 20 gram, whole body 62.7 mm, tail 0 mm, ear 14.8 mm, whole feet 12 mm, fore arm 45.6 mm, dan tibia 21.5 mm.
Studi Populasi Burung Wader (Charadriiformes) pada Akhir Musim Migrasi di Semenanjung Sembilang Banyuasin, Sumatera Selatan Wamepa, Kasturi; Purwoko, Agus; Kamal, Mustafa
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Waders migrate to maintain survival, to find new food sources and avoid extreme environmental changes. Waders population in a location varies according to environmental conditions. The study was con-ducted using the point count method. The observation time of each location is 30 minutes with repetition 3 times. There are four observation locations, namely Bungin River Estuary, Solok Buntu Estuary, Barong Kecil River Estuary, and Siput River Estuary. Data analysis technique uses correlation analysis. The results showed the number of wader birds at the end of the season migration in the Siput River Estuary was 886 individuals, while the Barong Kecil River Estuary was 536 individuals, Bungin River Estuary 140 individuals, and Solok Buntu Estuary 105 individuals. Tringa totanus, Limosa laponica, and Numenius arquata can be found at each observation location. Wader birds population found correlated with macrozoobenthos density had a correla-tion coefficient of 0.73.
Daya Dukung Pakan Gajah Sumatera (Elephas maximus sumatranus T, 1847) di Kawasan Pelestarian Plasma Nutfah (KPPN) Hutan Tanaman Industri Ogan Komering Ilir Sumatera Selatan Rahmadhani, Aldina; Dahlan, Zulkifli; Yustian, Indra
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PT. Earth Blooms Green (BMH) is a company engaged in the Hutan Tanaman Industri which is lo-cated in South Sumatra, which is part of the area known as the roaming area of Sumatran Ele-phants. PT. Bumi Mekar Hijau have work areas covering 250- 370 hectares. The existence of Sumatran Ele-phants in and around KPPN will be very affected by the carrying capacity of its habitat. A habitat will be able to accommodate a number of wild animals according to the optimum capacity available in the habitat. One im-portant component in habitat support capacity is the availability of feed plants inside or outside forest areas. Types of elephant feed plants found at KPPN PT. BMH consists of Campnosperma macrophylla, Schismatoglottis calyptatra, Dillenia aurea, Shorea beccariana, Diospyros confertiflora, Macaranga pruinosa, Acacia denticulosa, Ficus benjamin, Nephrolepis cordifolia, Pandanus artocarpus.

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