FREDDY PATTISELANNO
Laboratorium Produksi Ternak, Fakultas Peternakan Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan, Universitas Papua, Jl. Gunung Salju Amban Manokwari 98314 Papua Barat.

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Status Konservasi Sarang Megapoda Arfak (Aepypodius arfakianus) di Cagar Alam Pegunungan Arfak: Salah satu dampak dari perubahan lansekap Pattiselanno, Freddy; Karim, Ikram; Sonbait, Lukas Yowel
Jurnal Ilmu Lingkungan Vol 18, No 1 (2020): April 2020
Publisher : Master Program of Environmental Science, School of Postgraduate Studies, Diponegoro Univer

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Tingkat pemanfaatan Megapoda Arfak (Aepypodius arfakianus) oleh masyarakat melalui perburuan dan pengumpulan telur cukup tinggi. Hal ini berdampak terhadap status populasi burung ini di alam. Penelitian tentang status konservasi sarang Megapoda Arfak telah dilakukan untuk mengetahui kondisi sarang yang memungkinkan perkembangan populasi burung ini. Pengumpulan data dilakukan pada tanggal 22 sampi 27 Mei 2016 dan 14 sampai 19 Juni 2016 di Kampung Sigim, sekitar kawasan Cagar Alam Pegunungan Arfak.  Metode deskripsi dengan teknik survei dan pengamatan (observasi) langsung digunakan dalam pengumpulan data di lokasi penelitian.  Dari sembilan sarang yang ditemukan dan diamati, enam sarang jaraknya relatif dekat dari pemukiman atau berjarak kurang dari 1.0km sehingga mendapat tekanan perburuan dan pengumpulan telur yang lebih berat. Berdasarkan statusnya, dua sarang berstatus ditinggalkan dan empat sarang memiliki status terancam. Tiga sarang lainnya yang berjarak 2-3km dari pemukiman berstatus tidak terancam. Konsekuensi dari konversi luasan hutan untuk tujuan lainnya (pembangunan sarana dan pra-sarana public seperti pengembangan ruas jalan dan pembangunan pemukiman) serta pembukaan lahan perkebunan dan pertanian memberikan kemudahan akses ke lokasi persarangan Megapoda Arfak. Hal ini berdampak terhadap status konservasi sarang, karena perburuan burung dan pengumpulan telur yang tidak terkendali.
EFFECT OF ZEOLITE SPEADING FREQUENCY IN RELATED TO CONTROL HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Pattiselanno, Freddy; Randa, Sangle Y.
Jurnal Zeolit Indonesia Vol 3, No 2 (2004)
Publisher : Jurnal Zeolit Indonesia

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The research was aimed to investigate the application of zeolite spreading frequency in related to control housing quality. In this study, three aspects of quality were observed namely housing temperature, litter temperature and litter humidity. The result indicated that spreading frequency was only significant effective in controlling litter humidity. Treatment of P3 significantly (P
GROWTH RESPONSE AND PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY OF BROILER CHICKS TREATED BY DIFFERENT ZEOLITE SPREADING FREQUENCY ON LITTER BASE Pattiselanno, Freddy; Randa, Sangle Y.
Jurnal Zeolit Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2006)
Publisher : Jurnal Zeolit Indonesia

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The objective of this research was to study the growth and efficiency of broiler productivity. The research was conducted through the application of zeolite spreading treatment into the broiler housing in Non-ruminant Research Station of Animal Science Laboratory of Papua State University. Study was arranged by Randomized Sample Design with four treatments: P0 (control; without zeolite spreading); P1 (once time spreading during the research period); P3 (three times application of spreading during the research period); and P5 (five times of spreading or once a week during the research period). The application of zeolite spreading was not significantly influenced the rate growth of broiler, though there is a tendency increasing weight gain along with the increased in zeolite spreading level on the litter base. P3 (three times of zeolite spreading during research) produce the feed efficiency of 0.53. Economically, Income Over Feed Chick and Zeolite Cost (IOFCZC) per head per housing unit with the application of zeolite spreading more demand compared to housing units without spreading treatment.
SMALL MAMMALS TRAPS IN COASTAL LOWLAND FOREST AND GARDENS OF YONGSU, PAPUA Pattiselanno, Freddy; Arobaya, Agustina Y. S.
Media Konservasi Vol. 23 No. 2 (2018): Media Konservasi Vol.23 No. 2 Agustus 2018
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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A study was conducted in Yemang, Yongsu Dosoyo –at the northern site of Cyclops moutains, in Depapre District, Jayapura, Papua. Twenty-four traps were randomly set in 4 trap stations per habitat (garden and forest) with 10 m distance between stations. Each trap stations consist of three traps with three different type of baits during four on four consecutive nights.  This paper presents results of this study. Key words: small mammals, lowland forest, garden, Papua
PENGELOLAAN DAN KONSERVASI SATWA BERBASIS KEARIFAN TRADISIONAL DI PAPUA Pattiselanno, Freddy; Manusawai, Jacob; Arobaya, Agustina Y.S.; Manusawai, Herman
Jurnal Manusia dan Lingkungan (Journal of People and Environment) Vol 22, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Pusat Studi Lingkungan Hidup Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Kearifan tradisional didefinisikan sebagai sistem sosial, politik, budaya, ekonomi dan lingkungan dalam kehidupan suatu komunitas tertentu yang dinamis, berkelanjutan dan dapat diterima. Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mendiskusikan konsep kearifan tradisional dalam akitivitas perburuan satwa pada kelompok etnik tertentu di Papua sebagai langkah alternatif konservasi satwa. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa aspek kearifan tradisional oleh masyarakat asli Papua bervariasi antara satu dengan lainnya. Konsep-konsep yang berhasil diidentifikasi dan masih tetap dipraktekkan sampai dengan saat ini di antaranya teknik dan peralatan berburu, lokasi perburuan, musim berburu dan target perburuan. Kesemuanya adalah potensi yang harus dilestarikan dan deikembangkan guna menunjang program konservasi satwa di Papua.
Hunting at the Abun Regional Marine Protected Areas: A Link Between Wildmeat and Food Security PATTISELANNO, FREDDY; LUBIS, MUHAMMAD IRFANSYAH
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences Vol. 21 No. 4 (2014): December 2014
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

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Native Papuans are relied on hunting for subsistence purposes and significantly contributed to traditional cultures. However, in Papua information on hunting is limited and largely restricted to anthropological setting with most observations were done on the forest sites in lowland and highland landscapes. This study focuses on the contribution of hunting on food security along the coastal forests at the Bird’s Head Peninsula. Do people live near coastal sites mostly rely on marine resources as protein source? We gathered data on hunting by the majority of Karon ethnic group in the Abun district of Tambrauw Regency at the Bird’s Head Peninsula of Papua, Indonesia. We used information from in-depth interviews with hunters and households meal survey at four villages of Abun: Waibem, Wau, Warmandi and Saubeba. Reasons for hunting were varies among respondents but mostly conducted for trade. Six species of mammals and three birds were commonly hunted by using six different hunting techniques.  Wild pig and rusa deer were the major targets in hunting to meet the demand of meat for both trading and household consumption. Meals containing wildmeat was the most consumed meal, greater than meals containing fish, animal products and vegetables, and noodles.
POTENSI MANGROVE DAN MANFAATNYA BAGI KELOMPOK ETNIK DI PAPUA Arobaya, Agustina; Pattiselanno, Freddy
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 15, No 3 (2010): October 2010
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

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significant contribution to those who living in and around mangrove forests. Like any othercommunities who occupied areas surrounding forest sites, Papuan ethnic groups really connectand integrate with the forest environment such as mangrove forests. This paper is a review ofrelated literatures that compiled from different research which have been conducted inUniversitas Negeri Papua (UNIPA) on utilization of mangrove by local ethnic groups and its rolefor other life biota in Papua. The results indicated that mangrove plays a very important rolefor local tribes in Papua as food sources, construction materials and source of energy,traditional medicine sources and wildlife habitat that are usually consumed by the communities.Ecology-based tourism or ecotourism as one leading sector of mangrove forests in Papua,though has a good potential, has not been optimizedly used.
Returns from Indigenous Hunting in The Lowland Coastal Forests of West Papua, Benefits Threatened Wildlife Species Pattiselanno, Freddy; Koibur, Johan F.
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 24 No. 1 (2018)
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University)

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We conducted a study in eleven villages in the West Papuan Bird's Head Peninsula to determine hunting returns from indigenous hunting in lowland coastal forests. In each town three collaborative hunters were recruited and trained to complete an information sheet for each hunting trip whether or not they were successful, and if so, how many individuals per species were killed and their common names. The results indicated that hunting returns during seven months of observations were 301 animals comprising of timor deer, wild pig, dusky pademelon, grizzled tree kangaroo and common spotted cuscus. The most commonly hunted were two non-native species-wild pigs and deer with a total of 11,475 kg of dressed weight harvested and which we valued at IDR230,625,000 (US$17,435). A lowland forest ecosystem along the coast provides suitable habitats for the largest animals occurring within the sampled villages, like deer and wild pig. Hunting those species–deer and wild pig may provide conservation benefits to native species. There was little evidence of hunting native species or those of conservation concern. From ecology perspective, prey species and hunting return across the lowland coastal forest of West Papua has introduced wildlife species occurring at degraded habitat. Economically, the number of species hunted within the sampled village areas is determined by the hunter's assessment of profitability.  Deer and wild pig are targeted because they provide a large amount of meat for both subsistence and sale purposes.
Nutritive Value and the Quality of Ensiled Napier Grass (Pennisetum purpureum Schum.) and Banana (Musa acuminata) Peelings Randa, Sangle Y; Lekitoo, Marlyn N; Iyai, Deny A; Pattiselanno, Freddy
ANIMAL PRODUCTION Vol 19, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Faculty of Animal Science, Purwokerto-Indonesia

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This paper aimed to evaluate the nutritive value and the quality of ensiled Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum Schum) and banana (Musa acuminate) peelings.  Different levels of banana peeling and Napier grass were used in this study.  The levels of Napier grass and banana peeling compared as treatments with four replications were as follows: 100% Napier Grass (NG), 75% (NG) + 25% Banana Peeling (BP), 50%NG + 50%BP, 25%NG + 75% BP and 100%BP. Napier grass and banana peeling were mixed based on the percentage combination as treatments, weighed and placed into empty jam bottle with weights ranging from 64.4 grams to 509.2 grams as a simulated laboratory silo. Samples were stored in eight weeks at the Dairy Training Research Institute. Proximate analyses were done at Animal Nutrition Laboratory Institute of Animal Science while ADF, NDF, IVDMD, and IVOMD were done at the Animal Nutrition Division Laboratory at Dairy Training and Research Institute, UP Los Baños. Physically, the color of silage were light yellow with a  little greenish color for 100% napier grass, light to moderately yellow for the  three combinations of napier and banana peel and  yellow for 100% banana peel. Texture ranged from dry and coarse for napier grass, relatively dry for the combinations and moderately wet for the banana peel. The napier grass had a slightly acidic smell, the combinations had slightly sweet, acidic smell while the 100% banana peel had a sweeter, acidic smell.  Likewise, pH before ensiling had ranged from 5.7 (25%NG + 75%BP) to 7.5 ( 100% BP) while after  ensiling the pH changed from 4.575  ( 100% napier grass) to 5.75 ( 100% banana peel ). There were significant differences on DM, Moisture, CP, EE, CF, and Ash before ensiling. Similar trend was observed after ensiling except the ash content of all the treatments. ADF and NDF did not show significant variations in all treatments. IVDMD and IVOMD before ensiling varied significantly, but after ensiling only IVDMD of the treatments differed significantly. In terms of physical attributes, nutritive value and digestibility, banana peel can be used as silage material. All treatments generated comparable acceptability when fed to the animal.  It is suggested that further study, specifically in vivo trial, will be conducted to validate the feeding and nutritional value of banana peel as alternative silage for ruminants.
KUALITAS TELUR AYAM PETELUR YANG MENDAPAT RANSUM PERLAKUAN SUBSTITUSI JAGUNG DENGAN TEPUNG SINGKONG Mampioper, Alberth; Rumetor, Sientje D.; Pattiselanno, Freddy
TERNAK TROPIKA Journal of Tropical Animal Production Vol 9, No 2 (2008): Ternak Tropika
Publisher : Jurusan Produksi Ternak, Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Brawijaya

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RingkasanSuatu kajian melalui variasi persentase substitusi jagung dengan tepungsingkong dalam ransum ayam petelur terhadap kualitas telur telah dilakukan.Percobaan dirancang menurut Rancangan Acak Lengkap (RAL) dengan empatperlakuan dan empat ulangan. Enam belas ekor ayam petelur coklat strain 009produksi PT. Charoen Pokhpand digunakan dalam penelitian ini. Hasil penelitianmenunjukkan bahwa sampai tingkat penggantian jagung dengan tepung singkong45%, bobot telur menurun menjadi rata-rata 53.9 dengan variasi rongga udaraantara 4.69 dan 5.75. Fluktuasi Indeks Albumen dan Index Yolk dan Haugh Unitmeskipun tidak signifikan tetapi cenderung memberikan hasil yang baik sampaipada tingkat penggantian tepung singkong 45% dalam ransum. Sedangkan warnatekur yang dihasilkkan adalah kuning muda.Kata kunci: telur, kualitas, jagung, tepung singkongEGG QUALITY OF LAYER CHICKS OBTAINED SUBSTITUTED CORNWITH CASSAVA MEAL IN FEEDINGAbstractResearch to study the utilization of cassava meal as substitute feed to eggsquality has been done in the Animal Production Laboratory of Universitas NegeriPapua in Manokwari. Results indicate that up to 45% of cassava meal substitutionon layer ration influenced the exterior and interior quality, produce grade Aquality of eggs with light yellow of egg’s color.Key words: eggs, quality, corn, cassava meal