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Journal of Marine and Coastal Science
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : 23016159     EISSN : 25280678     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.20473/jmcs.v9i2.20064
The Journal of Marine and Coastal Science is a scientific journal that publishes articles related to marine science and coastal management, including seafood nutrition, marine microbiology, marine biotechnology, coastal management, and marine biodiversity research
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Aplikasi Teknologi Induce Spawning (Tis) pada Pemijahan Ikan Air Tawar dalam Upaya Peningkatan Ketersediaan Benih Ikan di Kabupaten Kutai Barat, Kalimantan Timur Satyantini, Woro Hastuti; Mukti, Akhmad Taufiq; Mahasri, Gunanti; Mubarak, Ahmad Shofy; Isroni, Wahyu; Santanamurti, Browijoyo
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 9, No 2 (2020): June
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Kalimantan Timur (Kaltim) merupakan daerah yang memiliki potensi kelautan dan perikanan prospektif.  Kabupaten Kutai Barat memiliki potensi perikanan berupa perairan umum yang besar untuk dikembangkan.  Konsumsi ikan dari tahun ke tahun mengalami peningkatan, sementara potensi perikanan belum dimanfaatkan dengan optimal.  Kendala dan permasalahan yang menjadi perhatian oleh kelompok mitra hingga saat ini adalah belum banyak petani pembudidaya ikan yang menguasai teknologi budidaya ikan dengan baik dan benar.  Tujuan dari kegiatan ini adalah penerapan dan transfer ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi (ipteks) serta keterampilan dalam aplikasi teknologi pemijahan dan pembenihan ikan melalui penyediaan benih ikan secara mandiri untuk peningkatan produksi ikan air tawar pada kelompok mitra,  Pendekatan metode kegiatan dilakukan melalui beberapa tahapan, yaitu pemetaan kondisi dan permasalahan yang dihadapi oleh kelompok mitra, penyampaian materi terkait  teknologi pembenihan ikan, teknologi penijahan dengan menggunakan teknologi induce spawning (TIS) ikan dalam budidaya ikan air tawar serta monitoring dan evaluasi serta pendampingan pada kelompok mitra.  Hasil kegiatan penijahan dengan TIS memberikan hasil bahwa induk ikan mas dan ikan lele yang disuntik dengan hormon (ovaprim) memijah seluruhnya. Suhu media air terukur 26-28oC.  TIS ini dapat membantu masyarakat dalam penyediaan benih ikan dengan menjaga kualitas benih tetap baik dengan menerapkan cara pembenihan yang baik.
Canning Process Tuna (Canned Tuna) with High Temperatures in PT. Aneka Tuna Indonesia, Pasuruan Widnyana, I Made Satya; Suprapto, Hari
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 8, No 2 (2019): JUNE
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Tuna is one of the main export commodities from Indonesia. Indian Ocean has the potential of large pelagic fish resources among them include tuna amounting to 386.260 tonnes per year with a production of 188.280 tons per year and the utilization rate of 48.74%. The purpose of this field practice is to acquire additional knowledge, experience and skills in the process of canning tuna with high temperatures in the PT. Aneka Tuna Indonesia, Pasuruan. This field practice was held in PT. Aneka Tuna Indonesia, Jl. Surabaya-Malang Km. 38 Desa Gempol, Kecamatan Gempol, Kabupaten Pasuruan, East Java at January 18th until February 19th, 2015. the practice used descriptive method and took data with primary and secondary data. The data retrieved from observation, interview, active participation, and literature review. Products canned tuna was originally derived from the receipt of raw materials tuna, then do the grouping size of each type of fish, included cold storage, wash or do thawing, cutting or cutting, then cooked or cooking, done showering or fish cooling, after that is done pre cleaning and cleaning, do metal detecting, and subsequent filling of meat, charging medium, closing cans or seaming, sterilization, incubated (stored in warehouses), performed labeling and packaging, and finally collected into containers or stuffing.
The Effect of Different Commercial Probiotics on the Diversity and Density of Sea Water Plankton in the Experiment Tub Desrialdi, Mizar; Rahardja, Boedi Setya; Masithah, Endang Dewi
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 9, No 1 (2020): FEBRUARY
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The presence of plankton in pond ecosystems fluctuates. Phytoplankton needs nutrients to support their growth. The higher the nutrient content in the waters, the greater the abundance of phytoplankton. The increased abundance of phytoplankton will stimulate the growth of zooplankton. One of the causes of changes in ecosystems in waters is caused by water waste that comes from the rest of the feed and feces and in the form of ammonia or nitrite and nitrate. Water quality is a critical factor in the cultivation process. As a preventative measure, the decrease in water quality in waters is by giving probiotic bacteria. This study aims to obtain information about the effect of giving different commercial probiotics to the diversity and density of seawater plankton in the experimental bath. The method used in this research is descriptive method with a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) as an experimental design. The treatments used are different types of commercial probiotics, with as many as six replications. The main parameters observed were the diversity and density of seawater plankton in the experimental media. Supporting parameters observed were temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, salinity, ammonia, and C / N and N / P ratio of water. Commercial probiotics are given every 7 days at a dose of 2 mg / l. The results showed that the treatment of different commercial probiotics resulted in differences in diversity, density and plankton dominance. The highest diversity index value (H ') obtained in probiotics A was 6.85 (moderate diversity), and dominance (C) was 0.96, meaning that there was dominant plankton, Chlorella sp. and Oscillatoria sp. whereas the highest plankton density was obtained in probiotics B at week 1 of 5.98x106 ind / ml.
Addition of Crude Fish Oil (CFO) on Feed Toward Growth and Feed Conversion Ratio of Mud Crab (Scylla serrata) Hudita, Kemala; Agustono, Agustono; Lokapirnasari, Widya Paramita
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 9, No 1 (2020): FEBRUARY
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Mud crab is one of the fishery commodity which potential to be cultured because it has high economic value. Mud crab has nutrients content such as protein 62,72%, lipid 0,83%, ash 7,5% and water content 9,9%. Trash fish is fresh feed which commonly used as main feed for the growth of mud crab juvenile of 5,3to 13,8%, however Kuniran fish has omega-3 eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) content which is necessary for optimum growth of mud crab.The study method was implemented as the experimental method use Completely Randomized Design (CRD) which consists of five treatments and four replications. The quantity of Crude Fish Oil which is added in trash fish feed on this study are: Treatment A (0%), B (2%), C (4%), D (6%) dan E (8%). The observed parameters are growth of mud crab and feed conversion ratio value. Data analysis use Variant Analysis (ANAVA) and continued with Duncan's Multiple Range Test to determine differences between treatments. The results shows that addition of Crude Fish Oil in trash feed fish for 32 days of rearing gives significantly different effect (P<0,05) toward length and width of mud crab carapace, meanwhile toward feed conversion value of mud crab doesn’t gives significantly different effect (P>0,05). High length and width  growth of carapace were obtained on D and E treatment. The water quality of mud crab during 32 days of rearing is the temperature range of 28-29°C, pH range of 7,5-9,0, salinity range of 15-21ppt, dissolve oxygen range of 4 mg/l and ammonium range of 0,09-0,27 mg/l.
Processing of waste of canning and swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) in PT. Sumber Mina Bahari Rembang, Central Java Wulandari, Sri; Pramono, Heru
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 7, No 2 (2018): June
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Blue crab canning is a high protein, low fat, and multi functional product. Waste that produced from blue crab canning needs handling and processing that couldn’t make a negative impact to the enviroment. The study on waste management, is a very important for student because they can learn about how to make a canned blue crab directly from the factory, get to know about the waste implementation and also get to know about the problem that caused from the waste implementation management at PT. Sumber Mina Bahari Rembang, Central Java. The purpose from this activity is to get to know the implementation of waste mangement from blue crab canning ( Portunus pelagicus )PT. Sumber Mina Bahari Rembang, Central Java. According to Saptadewi (2013), the waste that produced from blue crab canning are solid waste and liquid waste. The solid waste are like blue crab shell, broken cans, and sand. Meanwhile the liquid waste are like the leftover water from production, sanitary needs, and boiling processing. The study have been done on January 23rd  2017 until  February 21st 2017. This activity was held at at PT. Sumber Mina Bahari Rembang - TubanHighway 31st KM, Sumber Sari Village, Kragan Disctrict, Rembang Regency, Central Java. The waste that produced by PT. Sumber Mina Bahari are separeted in two types that liquid waste and solid waste. The waste has been processed quite well, it has been proven with a cooperative contract between PT. Sumber Mina Bahari with the Rembang City sanitary agency at a solid waste processing. The liquid waste certification shown that PT. Sumber Mina Bahari is very keeping the enviroment clean meanwhile the management functions like planning, organizing, actuating, controlling, and evaluating didn’t mention very well. It is happen because there is no special division in waste processing in between PT. Sumber Mina Bahari.
Identifikasi Kromosom Ikan Nila (Oreochromis Niloticus) Strain Merah Jatimbulan dan Larasati yang Diambil dari Lokasi Berbeda Sulmartiwi, Laksmi; Fauziyah, Syifa; Widjiati, Widjiati
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 9, No 2 (2020): June
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Ikan nila merah Jatimbulan dan ikan nila Larasati merupakan hasil rekayasa genetik dari dua lokasi yang berbeda. Ikan yang berasal dari lokasi yang berbeda mempunyai karakter yang berbeda karena adanya pengaruh interaksi antara genetik dan lingkungannya. Lingkungan merupakan salah satu faktor pembatas dari tiap populasi ikan dari segi morfometrik ataupun genetik. Perbedaan suhu, cahaya, nutrisi dan faktor lingkungan lain memiliki dampak perbedaan kromosom pada setiap strain ikan. Dalam upaya mendapatkan informasi mengenai hal tersebut, maka penelitian ini akan membahas bagaimana gambaran kromosom dari dua strain ikan nila merah yang dibudidayakan di lokasi yang berbeda. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui gambaran kromosom (jumlah kromosom, bentuk kromosom dan susunan kromosom) ikan nila merah Jatimbulan dan ikan nila Larasati. Hasil dari penelitian ini menunjukkan jumlah kromosom ikan nila merah Jatimbulan dan ikan Larasati adalah 44 pasang (2n=44). Bentuk dan susunan kromosom (karyotipe) ikan nila merah Jatimbulan adalah 4 pasang sub metasentrik, 9 pasang sub telosentrik dan 9 pasang telosentrik (4SM-9ST-9T), sedangkan kromosom dari ikan nila Larasati adalah 3 pasang sub metasentrik, 14 pasang sub telosentrik dan 5 pasang telosentrik (3SM- 14ST-5T). 
Effect of Combination Yeast Bread and Chlorella sp. to Population Growth and Protein Content of Brachionus plicatilis Indra Swari, Ike Yunita; Rahardja, Boedi Setya; Prayogo, Prayogo
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 8, No 1 (2019): FEBRUARY
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One of larvae feed can be used is Brachionus plicatilis but necessary an enrichment for review adding nutritional values of the Brachionus plicatilis. Some phytoplankton frequently used type food by Brachionus plicatilis between lay Tetraselmis sp., Skeletonema costatum, Chlorella sp., Dunaliella salina and Spirulina sp. (Isnansetyo And Kurniastuty, 1995). In this time, many parlors seed microalgae replace with yeast bread, beside that yeast bread serves as a probiotic too (Winasuria, 1993). This study aims to determine the effect feeding review form a combination of yeast bread and Chlorella sp. against population growth and protein content of Brachionus plicatilis. The research method used is an experimental method with completely randomized design as design of Experiments. The treatment used is a combination of yeast and Chlorella sp. with different period, that was treatment A (Chlorella sp. 100%), treatment B (Chlorella sp. 25% and 75% baker's yeast), treatment C (Chlorella sp. 50% and 50 % of baker's yeast), treatment D (Chlorella sp. 75% and 25% baker's yeast), each treatment was repeated 5 times. The main parameter observed is population growth, growth rate and protein content. The supporting parameters observed parameter is water quality. Data analysis using variant analysis (ANOVA) and to review the best treatment, Duncan's Multiple Range Test performed. Results Provision combination of baker's yeast and Chlorella sp. with term certain showed significant differences (p<0,05) against population growth Brachionus plicatilis. The highest population growth are in treatment D  and the lowest are in treatment B. For a review feeding of Brachionus plicatilis preferably using Chlorella sp. with 1,125x106 density cells / ml and 0,0005 grams of baker's yeast.
Packaging Design and Marketing of Online Seaweed Products in Aeng Dake Village, Bluto District, Sumenep Regency Abdillah, Annur Ahadi; Saputra, Eka; Sahidu, Adriana Monica; Pujiastuti, Dwi Yuli
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 7, No 3 (2018): September
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Online marketing training is given to the fishermen groups of Karang Baru and Fisheries Vocational School Nasyrul Ulum Aeng Dake covering about the theory of marketing concepts, use of Web media and social media and online marketing-based governance. Community service is expected to be able to provide the ability of the community to package products into attractive packaging and the community can use marketing online so as to expand the reach of marketing, namely reaching regional and national areas. With the community service, it is expected to increase the economy of the seaweed grass cultivation community in Aeng Dake Subdistrict Seaweed Village. Community service activities are carried out by various methods, namely theoretical and practical training and assistance in online marketing media management activities. and practices aimed at students of the Nasyul Ulum Aeng Dake Vocational School of Fisheries Products Processing. The training provided was in the form of introducing various kinds of interesting packaging forms. The training activities continued on the direct practice of product packaging as well as presentations from student students regarding packaged products. The activity aimed at the Karang Baru fishermen group is in the form of assistance in making online marketing media, namely web and social media.
Fish Oil Production Process From Waste Catfish (Pangasius Pangasius) in Balai Besar Pengujian Penerapan Hasil Perikanan (BBP2HP) East Jakarta Febrianto, Ramdhan; Sudarno, Sudarno
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 9, No 2 (2020): June
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Processing by product of catfish (Pangasius pangasius) on domestic scale or industrial produces many problems related to polluting the environment. Fish processing industry activities always generate waste because it is used generally only part of the meat, head, offal (entrails), spines and skin removed. Catfish have oil content is high enough, so the catfish waste has the potential to be extracted fish oil are rich in benefits. Fish oils generally contain unsaturated fatty acids are eicosapentaenoicacid (EPA) and docosahecsaenoatacid (DHA). Unsaturated fatty acids are known to prevent many diseases such as atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, lower blood cholesterol levels, cancer, platelet mellitus, diseases of the bone joints, asthma, and prevent the aging process. The purpose of Field Work Practice are learned the process of oil production fish waste from catfish (Pangasius pangasius). The Practice of Field Work has been carried out at the Balai Besar Pengujian Penerapan Hasil Perikanan (BBP2HP). The results obtained through observation, interviews and active participation in the manufacture of fish oil in BBP2HP includes the preparation of materials and tools, washing, weighing, heating, pressing, phase separation, making crude oil, and packaging. Raw materials used in the manufacture of oil is a waste of catfish (Pangasius pangasius). From 1 kg of waste catfish (offal, belly flap, head, fins, tail) obtained 116 ml crude fish oil. Section waste catfish has gone through the process of steaming and pressing which causes the water content there in is reduced. After that, the catfish oil packed in bottles.
Determination of The CCP (Critical Control Point) on The Production Whole Round Tiger Grouper (Ephinephelus fuscoguttatus) in PT. Alam Jaya Surabaya, East Java. Febriana, Ike; prayogo, Prayogo
Journal of Marine and Coastal Science Vol 8, No 2 (2019): JUNE
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Grouper (Epinephelus sp.) is a reef fish commodity that are currently utilized in a large enough scale. Of the types of grouper, tiger grouper has advantages compared to other types. This fish hight economic value because it has a delicious meat, nutritious and contain unsaturated fatty acids. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic approach to food safety management based on the principles there that aims to identify the hazards that tend to occur at every step of the food chain. One of the principles of HACCP is to determine the CCP using Decision Tree Diagram CCP (Decision Tree). Field Work Practice was conducted at PT. Alam Jaya, District Rungkut, Surabaya City, East Java Province on 18 January  to 26 February , 2016. The working method that used in Field Work Practice is descriptive method with data collection included primary data and secondary data. Data is collected by observation, interview and active participation. CCP determination based on the presence of danger in a process that can not be removed in the next process. Determination of CCP based on the observation of every production process is known that the process of receiving raw materials and metal detectors are CCP.