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Dony Prasetyo
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Kota malang,
Jawa timur
INDONESIA
Indonesian Journal of Tropical Aquatic
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26224836     DOI : -
Core Subject : Agriculture,
Indonesian Journal of Tropical Aquatic (IJOTA) is open access publishes papers two times a year in February and Augst. IJOTA will publish the research results useful for the sustainability of fisheries. IJOTA is a scientific journal that discusses the results of research in science, technology, marine and freshwater fisheries that have not been published. Articles should be created in a language that is easily understood by non-specialist readers in the topic of the article itself, but interested in research. This scientific article includes the results of research on Aquaculture (Fish Nutrition, Fish Health and Diseases, Water Quality, Fish Genetics Improvement and Breeding, Fisheries Engineering and Biotechnology), Aquarium Sciences, Aquatic Ecology (Marine, Brackish, Freshwater), Conservation of Aquatic Resources and also Coastal Management. A journal script should be written in English.
Articles 18 Documents
EFFECTIVENESS OF EXTRACT SONGGA WOOD (STRYCHNOS LUCIDA) TOWARDS SURVIVAL AND ANTIBODY TITERS ON TILAPIA (OREOCROMIS NILOTICUS) THAT INFECTED STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIAE Zubaidah, Anis; Samsundari, Sri; Fitriani, Vivi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v2i2.11136

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Nile Tilapia or Tilapia Fish (Oreochromis niloticus) is one of commodity with a high number of consumers. But, Streptococcus agalactiae attack caused a decline in production. One way to reduce these diseases by using natural materials of songga wood (Strychnos lucida R.Br) where the songga wood contains many compounds like alkaloid, phenols, flavonoids, triterpenoids, which can inhibit bacterial growth by damaged cell membrane. The results showed that the inhibitory songga wood extract against Streptococcus agalactiae was highly significant, and shows with the highest survival rate of 90% and proved by the increasing antibody titers after adding songga wood extract.Keywords: Bacterial disease, Fish immune, Phytopharmacy, Tilapia
EVALUATION FEASIBILITY AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY ENLARGEMENT WHITE SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) AT DUKUHTUNGGAL VILLAGE GLAGAH SUB DISTRICT LAMONGAN Lutfi, Ika Maulana; Hermawan, David; Zubaidah, Anis
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v1i1.6077

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This research aims to analyze the financial feasibility and formulating business development strategies enlargement of White shrimp at Dukuhtunggal Village Sub district Glagah Lamongan. The research using survey method. The sampling method used snowball sampling by the number of respondents as many as 18 people. The result showed that the business of enlarging white shrimp enlargement enterprise development deserves to be implemented and developed, because of the results of the assessment in accordance with the investment criteria Net Present Value (NPV) reached Rp 283.927.334, Net Benefit Cost Ratio (Net/B/C) by 28, Internal Rate of Return (IRR) reached 645.5%, the value of payback period  of 0.37 or three months of seven days and the Profitability index (PI) of 1.53. Business development strategy is known through proceeds from the matrix IFE and EFE with a total score of 3.341 and 3.272. Matrix IE shows the position of the company located on the cell to one which means grow and build so that the appropriate strategy to be applied is the intensive strategy i.e., market penetration, market development, product development and integration strategies. The formulation of the strategy produces eight alternative development strategies i.e., an increase in production capacity, strengthening the institutional role, leveraging capital access, empowerment of farmers, increase the use of quality seeds, weaves cooperation with suppliers, maintaining the condition of the infrastructure, and improve the implementation and monitoring of standard operational procedures. Keywords: Litopenaeus vannamei, feasibility, strategy enlargement
THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENCE TEMPERATURE AGAINST THE RATE OF EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT AND LARVAL ABNORMALITY OF CANTIK GROUPER (EPINEPHELUS SP.) Simbolon, Aprisianus Julkarman; Sutarjo, Ganjar Adhywirawan; Hariyadi, Hariyadi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v2i1.6858

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Cantikgrouper is the hybridization results grouper or cross-breeding between Epinephelus fuscoguttatus as a female and Epinephelus microdon as a male. The main barriers faced in the development of this commodity is still low levels of spawning up to seeding grouper. Based on the background, this study aimed to investigate optimum temperature observations against the rate of embryonic development Epinephelus sp.larvae. This study used the results of artificial spawning eggs.The fertilized eggs were incubated on six pieces of the container temperature treatment;each treatment there was repeated three times.The incubation temperature was kept on (A) 21-22°C; (B) 23-24°C; (C) 25-26°C; (D) 27-28°C; (E) 29-30°C; (F) 31-32°C. Results showed that eggswere incubated at a temperature of 21-22 ? embryonic development to a halt in the blastula, and temperature 23-24°C stalled on phasemyomere embryos. The low-temperature incubation period lasts a long time. Temperature 25-26°C needed 18 hours 6 minutes by 8.33% abnormality rate. Temperature 27-28°C needed 16 hours to hatch witha degree of abnormality of 7.6%. Temperature 29-30°C needed 15 hours 1 minute for the hatch tothe degree of abnormality of 5.33%. The 31-32°C temperature needed 14 hours 6 minutes to hatch witha degree of abnormality of 17.3%. The limits of tolerance for the incubation of the eggs ofcantik grouper (Epinephelusspp.) were 26-32°C.The best temperature of each treatment were obtained at a temperature of 29-30°C. Based on our results, it concluded that the changing temperature affected how long eggs could hatch.
THE INFLUENCE OF CONCENTRATION LIQUID WASTE OF TOFU PRODUCTION TO DAPHNIA SP CULTIVATION BIOMASS Mujtahidah, Tholibah; Kusuma, Baruna
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v2i2.11148

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A natural feed of freshwater fish as long as it depends on worms tubifex is hard to be cultivated. Daphnia sp is one of the kinds of Cladocera zooplankton to be an alternative as a natural feed for seed of fish. The liquid tofu waste generally is a problem that is going on in every regional particularly around the Kedu Residency, Central Java. The liquid waste has the nutritional value that can be used for cultivation Daphnia sp. The right concentration of liquid waste tofu to the cultivation of  Daphnia sp. has not been studied. This research aimed to find out the influence of concentration out over the density of waste biomass and the visibility of morphology Daphnia sp. The experiment used Complete Randomized Design (CRD) with three treatments and three repetitions, 25:75, 50:50, dan 75:100 (TI, T2, and T3, respectively), tofu liquid waste and water.  The results concluded that T3 has repercussions for the density and biomass Daphnia sp. The density of Daphnia sp. was shown by treating 75 % of liquid tofu waste with 31.33 ind L-1 on average and while biomass was 4.6 g L-1 on average. The visibility of Daphnia sp morphology was cultivated with liquid tofu waste compared with Daphnia sp. cultivated using wastewater of catfish cultivation as a control group.Keywords: Biomass, Daphnia sp., Liquid tofu waste, Present of morphology
EFFECTIVENESS OF COMBINATION OF FEED FORM CAKE AND FEED NATURAL SILK WORMS (TUBIFEX SP) ON FEED CONVERSION RATIO (FCR), SPECIFIC GROWTH RATE AND GIANT FRESHWATER PRAWN SURVIVAL (MACROBACIUM ROSENBERGII) LARVAL STAGE Sutarjo, Ganjar Adhywirawan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v1i1.5938

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This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of the combination of cake feed and silk worm feed on feed coneration ratio (FCR), Survival, and specific growth rate (SGR) of prawn larvae (Macrobacium rosenbergii). The research was conducted on 8 February - 9 March 2018 at the Fisheries Laboratory of University of Muhammadiyah Malang. Shrimp used in this study is larval prawns stadia larvae. This research was conducted by experimental method using randomized block design (RAL) with 5 treatments and 4 replications. P1 100% silk worm and 0% cake feed, P2 25% silk worm and 75% cake form feed, P3 50% silk worm and 50% cake form feed, P4 75% silk worm and 25% cake feed, P5 100 % feed cake form. Feed is given in ad-station for 40 days. Observed data include Feed coneration ratio (FCR), Survival, specific growth rate (SGR), and water quality. The results showed that the combination of cake feed and silk worm feed had a significant effect on the growth rate of Specific (SGR) Fcount 7.58> from F. Table 5% (3.06) 1% (4.89), While no effect For Figures F count 0.90 <of F. Table 5% (3.06) 1% (4.89) and Feed Converation Ratio as F count 2.23 <of F. Table 5% (3.06) 1 % (4.89). Water quality on maintenance media against a reasonable range for shrimp cultivation. Keywords: fish cake, silk worm, giant freshwater prawn, growth
SIMPLE STORAGE OF SPERM CELLS USING COMBINATION OF COCONUT AND GLYCEROL WATER TOWARDS MOTILITY AND VIABILITY OF KOI SPERM (CYPRINUS CARPIO) Untsa, Agista Tsani; Sutarjo, Ganjar Adhywirawan; Hakim, Riza Rahman
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v2i1.7327

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Fish sperm is a crucial part of fish reproduction, especially for Cyprinus carpio. This study aimed to determine the effect of coconut water and glycerol on the motility and viability of sperm koi fish (Cyprinus carpio) and the best treatment on sperm storage of Showa koi fish.This research was conducted for 45 days at Installation ofPunten Freshwater Cultivation - Malang. Thecompletely randomized design (CRD) used with five treatments and three replications. The treatment comes in 750µl coconut water, 500µl coconut water, and 250µl glycerol, 375µl coconut water, and 375µl glycerol, 250µl coconut water and 500µl glycerol, and 750µl glycerol (P1, P2, P3, P4, and P5, respectively). Briefly, the spermis stored at a low temperature (4?). Observation of sperm motility used sperm cell dilution contained physiologicalNaCl, while the viability calculation used eosin 2% by the smear method. Motility and viability investigationwere employedwere carried out under a microscope with 400x magnification. The results revealed that the addition of coconut water and glycerol had a significant difference on the motility and viability of sperm koi fish.  It could survive 96 hours of storage, but the longer motility and viability would decrease. The P3 showed the best result compared to others. The P3 had an average motility scale of 96 - 5.00 and the average viability is 87.38%. Based on it, the treatment could increase the motility and viability of koi fish sperm. 
EFFECTIVENESS OF STRYCHNOS LIGUSTRINA BL. EXTRACT AS FEED SUPPLEMENTATION TO INCREASE IMMUNE SYSTEM OF NILE TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS NILOTICUS) WICH AGAINTS STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIAE Zubaidah, Anis; Faidah, Kuny Riski; Samsundari, Sri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v1i1.6082

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One of the problems of intensive cultivation of tilapia is the attack of Streptococcosis disease caused by Streptococcus agalactiae bacteria. To prevent it is necessary to prevent the use of natural antibiotics that is Strychnine bush extract. The method used in this research is the experimental method using Completely Randomized Design (RAL), then the data is analyzed by using ANAVA. In this research, there were five treatments with various dosages, namely treatment (K: 0%), (A: 5%), (B: 10%), (C: 15%) and (D: 20%), each treatment was repeated four times. The main parameters used are hematocrit level, leukocrit level, leukocyte count and phagocytosis activity. As a supporting parameter is water quality and MIC (Minimum Inhibitation Concentration) test. The results showed that dosage of Strychnine bush extract did not affect the level of hematocrit and leukocrit level, but significant effect on leukocyte count with the highest value at treatment B with 10% dose is 11,9 × 105 cell / mm3. Giving extract also significant effect on phagocytosis activity with the highest phagocytosis value at treatment B with dose of 10% that is 32%.Keywords: Imune system, Streptococcosis, antibiotics, Minimum Inhibitation Concentration
ANALYSIS OF GROUPER BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN GEROKGAK DISTRICT, BULELENG REGENCY, BALI PROVINCE Hermawan, David; Sutarjo, Ganjar Adhywirawan; Aziz, Abdul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v2i2.11131

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Fisheries development is a human effort in increasing the utilization of all fishery's biological resources which include the fishery capture, aquaculture, and processing sectors. Grouper is a commodity that has high economic value, but the amount of aquaculture production is still low, one of which is in Gerokgak district. This research was conducted from February to March 2018, in Gerokgak District, Buleleng Regency, Bali Province. Data obtained through interviews, observations, documentation, and questionnaires directly with respondents, namely the Department of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of Buleleng Regency, business owners, managers, and grouper farmers. The analysis used in this study was to obtain a grouper cultivation strategy using a SWOT analysis. From the results of the calculation of the analysis and determination of the SWOT matrix, thew government must increase grouper aquaculture results by increasing the number of hatchery and enlargement businesses. The government is more responsive to the problems faced by farmers.Keywords: Aquaculture, Development strategy, Fisheries, Grouper, SWOT
EFFECTIVENESS OF CHERRY LEAF EXTRACT (MUNTINGIA CALABURA) WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS AS TREATMENT OF SEEDS OF SANGKURIANG CATFISH (CLARIAS GARIEPINUS) INFECTED BY TRICHODINA SP Nurhuda, Moh.; Kholista, Marry Ann; Ismi, Yuliani; Maulidiya, Nurfitri; Hariyadi, Hariyadi; Hakim, Riza Rahman
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v1i1.5980

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Sangkuriang catfish (Clarias gariepinus) is a leading commodity of Indonesian freshwater fishery. Production continues to increase in 2016 reached 22%. cultivators experience constraints on seeding and enlargement due to ectoparasites Trichodina sp. this parasite attacks the outer part of the body marked by the spots on the body. Prevention and treatment of many usses of chemicals that can adversely affect the human body and environtment, so it takes another alternative to replace these chemicals that can adversely affect the human body and environment, so it takes another alternative to replace these chemicals. Cherry Leaf contain compounds Flavonoid, Tannin, Triterpenoid, Saponin and Polifenol as antioxidants, Cherry Leaf useful as an antibacterial. The method used in this research is the experimental method and using Completely Randomized Design (RAL). Concentrations of cherry leaf extract (Muntingia calabura) given include 1%, 2%, 3%, 4% and 5% there were 5 treatments and 4 replications. The data obtained were analyzed by ANAVA method (variance analysis) followed by LSD test. The results showed that the use of cherry leaf extract (Muntingia calabura) in treating Trichodina sp parasite has a very real effect with the best value on the presentation of Leukocrit is 2% concentration that produces Leukocrit percentage of 2.68% and percentage of Hematocrit 2% with Hematocrit yield of 11.83%. The clinical symptoms are white spots in all body, pale color, decreased appetite of the mucus that comes out, often rubbing the body to the wall. The result of water quality measurement shows temperature: 24 - 27,2oC, DO: 4,1 - 6,9 and pH: 6 - 8.KEY WORDS: Muntingia calabura, Trichodiniasis, Sangkuriang Catfish, Leukocrit, Hematocrit.
MASCULINIZATION OF RAINBOW FISH (MELANOTAENIA BOESEMANI) THROUGH IMMERSION THE LARVAE WITH EXTRACT OF BEE HONEY RESIN AS A NATURAL SUBSTANCE WITH DIFFERENT DOSES Albasa, Ahmad Rusyda Hafidhi; Hakim, Riza Rahman; Setyono, Budi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/ijota.v2i1.6047

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Abstract. The development of export power ornamental fish offers the potential for ornamental fish the production of Indonesia to global force including the Melanotaenia Boesemani. The difference in value having an economy where a male fish have an economic value higher than the female fish. Based on it, this study aimed to examine the monosex productivity male by the masculinization using natural honey bee resin. Methods used to research this is the method with 4 RAL (0,5 ppm, 1 ppm, 1,5 ppm, and 2 ppm). Data analyzed using analysis (ANOVA) diversity if there is the nature of the treatment and continued with the BNT % 5. The results of the study showed that the bee resin (Propolis) could increase masculinized effect of M.boesemani with average to the percentage male in treatment A 43,92%, B 62,74%, C 50,28%, and D 59,49%, while treatment control of 52,80%. In addition also used the measurement of parameter supporting namely survival rate (SR) with the average treatment A 57,78%, B 44,44%, C 44,44%, D 35,56%, and control of 57,78%. To growth rate (GR) have result treatment A 0,0203g, B 0,0208g, C 0,0215g, D 0,024g, while for control of 0,210g. The quality of water includes the value of doing to the morning ranged from 5,38-8,43 ppm and by day ranged from 5.12-7,67 ppm, while for ph in the morning range 6.5-7.8 and by day ranged from 6.1 a total of 7.3. Based on the research can conclude that Masculinization of M. Boesemani by immersion larvae used honey bee resin (Propolis) with different doses impact against the effects of masculine M.Boesemani best at doses of 1 ppm with percentage 62,74 %.Keyword: M. Boesemani, Masculinization, Propolis extract

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