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El-Hayah : Jurnal Biologi
ISSN : 20860064     EISSN : 26570726     DOI : https://doi.org/10.18860/elha
El-Hayah : Jurnal Biologi, publishes peer-reviewed research and review articles of special importance and broad interest in any area of biology (such as botany, zoology, ecology, microbiology, physiology, nanobiology, marine biology, hydrobiology, neurobiology, genetics, developmental biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics, and biomedical sciences), as well as covers the special topic on the relationship between science and religion.
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ISOLASI DAN IDENTIFIKASI BAKTERI PENGHASIL PROTEASE YANG DISKRINING DARI TERASI ARFARITA, NOVI
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 5, No 3 (2015): EL-HAYAH (VOL 5, NO 3,September 2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v5i3.3098

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Terasi is a traditional fermented shrimp paste of Indonesia popularly used as an important ingredient in many Indonesian cuisines, and further screened for their protease-producing bacteria. A total of 117 bacterial isolates were retrieved  from 4 terasi samples. When inoculatedusing skim milk agar, 71 isolates (~61%) produced distinct clear zones implying their proteolytic activity. A bacterial isolate  namely Bacillus S2-3 wasselected for further study due to its widest clear zones when thebacterial cells and culture supernatant were used. This strain could grow up to 60oC with a broad pH range of 5 – 9. The optimal growth condition was at pH 6 and 37oC. The enzyme activity was also characterized using azocasein method. The optimal pH of bacterialenzymes was between 6 and 7 whereas the optimal temperature of BacillusS2-3 proteases was 22 – 24oC. For thermostability, the S2-3 enzymes remained active up to 2h at 40 and 50oC. The results ofbiochemical tests, BacillusS2-3 was identified as Bacillussubtilis, later explored it is potential for the purposes for  food industry
UPAYA MITIGASI BENCANA GERAKAN TANAH DALAM PERSPEKTIF ISLAM (Studi Kasus Penambangan Pasir Ilegal Di Kecamatan Bangsal Kabupaten Mojokerto) Fadlilah, Sulfatul
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 4, No 2 (2014): EL-HAYAH (Vol 4, No 2, Maret 2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v4i2.2628

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Ilegal sand mining after days was not restrained, and it caused land movement in every dikes of Brantas river. In Alquran, (Ar Rum:30) said that the disaster is made by the human, they have to chance the bad behavior/habits if they wants the disaster will not happen. This research has puspose for knowing the subjects of ilegal sand mining and how far the impact of sand mining. The methode of the research  is quantitative and for the collect data are introgation, observation, and documentation to get more information about ilegal sand mining. In UU No 23 Year 1997, that every body have to keep environment to ward off the disaster. The government has to take any strategic ways to move the ilegal sand mining practice
PERANAN AIR DALAM PERSPEKTIF AL-QURAN (Air Sebagai Sumber Kehidupan) Imamudin, Mochamad
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 3, No 1 (2012): EL-Hayah (Vol 3, No 1, September 2012)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v3i1.2220

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Air merupakan kebutuhan pokok dan esensial bagi manusia dan makhluk hidup di muka bumi ini, oleh karena itu keberadaannya merupakan anugerah teragung yang dilimpahkan Allah  Swt  kepada  seluruh  makhluknya, sebab  dengan  air  Allah  menghidupkan segala makhluk di atas bumi ini, menyebarkan rejeki melalui pemanfaatannya sebagai zat yang menumbuhkan  tanaman,  sebagai  minuman  bagi  binatang  ternak  dan  bahkan  sebagai sumber energi yang dapat diperbaharui. Disisi lain air juga dapat mendatangkan bahaya dan bencana besar bagi ekosistem makhluk hidup di muka bumi ini seperti datangnya banjir, air pasang di tepi laut dan longsor. Namun datangnya bencana tersebut apakah disebabkan oleh kesalahan alam ataukah manusia yang salah mengelola alam ini. Maka pada penelitian ini penulis akan mengungkap bagaimana pandangan al-Quran tentang air dari  segi  manfaatnya sebagai  sumber  kehidupan  sehingga  dapat  menambah  wawasan tentang air dari perspektif al-Quran.  
BIODIVERSITAS DAN PENGELOLAANYA BERDASARKAN ALQUR’AN Sugiyarto, Sugiyarto
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 2, No 1 (2011): EL-HAYAH (VOL 2, NO 1, September 2011)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v2i1.1789

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Alqur’an is a universal reference for  Moslem in their life. There are also many information of biodiversity and their management system so can be used as learning source and reference frame in conservation of biodiversity. The aim of this study  is to reveal many information of biodiversity in Alqur’an. The study is done by trace-study of biodiversity information and relevance concepts in Alqur’an, than be analyzed by comparative-qualitative approach, compared with biodiversity concepts  in science perspective. There are a lot of biodiversity information in Alqur’an: (1) mentioning of species name in It’s verses, (2)  concepts of reproduction and heritance or concepts of diversivication and distinction, and (3) concepts of interrelation and natural equability. In science perspectives, there are biodiversity of gene, species, ecosystem (Biology perspective), and culture (social perspective) as frame of reference in developing of biodiversity management systems. In other, based on Alqur’an there must be added with faith diversity (moral-spiritual perspective).  There are difference of moral orders and religion laws and their realization determain human attitude to their environment, especially to the conservation of biodiversity.Key words: Biodiversity, conservation, Alqur’an,
PERLUNYA REFORMASI PENDIDIKAN, PEMBELAJARAN, DAN TEKNOLOGI DI ERA PENGETAHUAN Nuraida, Dede
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 1, No 2 (2010): EL-HAYAH (VOL 1, NO 2, Maret 2010)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v1i2.1688

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Saat ini kita sudah memasuki abad 21 yang juga disebut sebagai era pengetahuan, era ini ditandai dengan berkembangnya ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi yang sedemikian pesatnya. Perkembangan yang terjadi di era ini membawa konsekuensi kepada tuntutan Sumber Daya Manusia yang berkualitas, untuk itu maka reformasi pendidikan nampaknya tidak bisa ditawar lagi, karena hanya pendidkanlah yang bisa mempersiapkan manusia untuk kehidupan di masa depan. Reformasi pendidikan yang dikehendaki untuk menyiapkan manusia di era pengetahuan ini meliputi reformasi dalam aspek-aspek: Tujuan, jenis-jenis keterampilan cara mendapatkannya, proses pembelajaran dan teknologinya, serta strategi reformasi yang efektif. Dengan adanya reformasi pendidikan ini diharapkan dihasilkannya generasi-generasi muda yang siap menghadapi tantangan jaman.Kata Kunci: Reformasi pendidikan, era pengetahuan, strategi reformasi
Effectiveness of Organic Fertilizer on Growth and Production of Cabbage Plant (Brassica oleraceae) Sugiono, Sugiono; Krismawati, Amik
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 7, No 4 (2020): EL-HAYAH (VOL 7, NO 4 MARET 2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v7i4.10721

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Research on the effectiveness test of organic fertilizer contains 18% C - Organic growth and production of cabbage was conducted from October 2017 to April 2018. This research aims to examine the effectiveness of organic fertilizer on the growth and yield of cabbage plants. The method of this research used a randomized block design, which consisted of 9 treatments and 3 replications. The location of the research was on dry soil at Dusun Jeding, Junrejo Village, Batu (1000 m asl). Result of soil analysis before the research with pH neutral, low N, higher P2O5, low CEC (Cation Exchange Capacity), and low C-organic, as well as clay loam. The results of the research showed that the application of organic fertilizer significantly affects on plant height, numbers of the leaf, width of canopy, diameter of the crop, and weight of yield. The dose of 800 kg/ha produces a net weight of 24.9 t/ha by the highest value of RAE 408.35. However, the application of Petroganik fertilizer 500kg/ha, it produces a net weight of 18.10 t/ha by RAE value 256.28. Application of the recommended fertilizers (Urea 200, ZA 250, SP-36 250, and KCl 200kg/ha) and organic fertilizer 500-800 kg/ha could increase the growth and production of cabbage by B/C Ratio 2.61. It can be concluded that organic fertilizer “Bukit Daun” was effective in increasing the growth and yield of cabbage
Population Density on Types of Waste Disposal in Malang City Lirofiatillah, Lirofiatillah; Lestari, Rina Fiji; Hartono, Sugi; Sueb, Sueb
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 7, No 1 (2018): EL-HAYAH (VOL 7, NO 1 September 2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v7i1.7243

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The population growth in Indonesia experiencing a very high development, causing population density. This study aims to know about environmental conditions, the density of population and waste disposal in Malang city and effect between population density and types of landfills. The method was an observational study using observation, questionnaire and closed interview guidelines. The results of this study were (1) the environmental conditions categorized good, (2) the average population density is 175,814 people per square km, (3) 63.33% respondents road throw domestic waste and not processed. (4) the population density variable does not influence the type of waste disposal.
Antibacterial Activity of Cherry Leaf (Muntingia calabura L.) Extract on Porphyromonas gingivalis Growth Muflikhah, Dewi; Shita, Amandia Dewi Permana; Astuti, Pudji
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 6, No 2 (2017): EL-HAYAH (VOL 6, NO 2,March 2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v6i2.4536

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Pathological inflamatory condition that often complained and neglected in Indonesian is periodontal disease . The main ethiology of periodontitis is dental plaque. Porphyromonas gingivalis is one of anaerobic Gram-negative bacteria which contained in dental plaque. Increase in P. gingivalis colony will escalate damage in periodontal tissues. One of the alternative to control microorganism growth is by antibacterial agents in cherry leaf based material which contain flavonoids, saponins and tannins as active subtance. Objective: The aim of this study  was to determine the effect of cherry leaf extract to P. gingivalis growth and to determine the maximum concentration in inhibiting the growth of P. gingivalis. Methods: This research used experimental laboratories methods with the post test only control group design. This research used well diffusion with 8 samples of each group. BHI-A was filled into petridish and inoculated by P. gingivalis. The holes was made 5 mm diameter and was filled 20μl cherry leaf extract concentration 100%, 50%, 25%, 12,5%, 6,25%, aquadest steril (K-) and Chlorhexidine (K+). Petridish was placed in desicator and incubator at 370C for 24 hours. Zone of inhibition were measured by using digital caliper. Result and Conclusion: Cherry leaf extract contain antibacterial effect which can inhibit P. gingivalis increase in number with maximum concentration of 100%.
SKRINING FITOKIMIA DAN KANDUNGAN TOTAL FLAVANOID PADA BUAH Carica pubescens Lenne & K. Koch DI KAWASAN BROMO, CANGAR, DAN DATARAN TINGGI DIENG Minarno, Eko Budi
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 5, No 2 (2015): EL-HAYAH (VOL 5, NO 2, Maret 2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v5i2.3022

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Carica  pubescens Lenne K. Koch is one of the species in the tropics, which adapt to the plateau environment and low temperatures. In Indonesia, this plant is found at Cangar, Bromo, and Dieng Plateau. This study aims to determine the results of phytochemical screening and total flavonoids in fruit samples were taken from the third place. Qualitative and quantitative tests carried out in the Laboratory of Department of Biology and Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University, Malang. Analysis of total flavonoids using a spectrophotometer at λ = 510 nm. The results of qualitative phytochemical screening tests on samples of C. pubescens fruits at Cangar, Bromo, and Dieng Plateau shows that the positive sample contains flavonoids, polyphenols, tannins, and triterpenoids. Quantitative test results show that the C. pubescens at Cangar contains  total flavonoids quercetin equivalent with value 800 mg / L, Bromo with value 816.65 mg / L, and Dieng Plateau with value 633.35 mg / L, respectively.
EFEK PERPADUAN BEBERAPA TUMBUHAN LIAR DI SEKITAR AREA PERTANAMAN PADI DALAM MENARIK ARTHROPODA MUSUH ALAMI DAN HAMA Addina, Lu’aili
El-Hayah Jurnal Biologi Vol 3, No 2 (2013): EL-HAYAH (VOL 3, NO 2, Maret 2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/elha.v3i2.2612

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This study aims to determine the interest Arthropoda against some wild mix consisting of Chromolaena odorata, Bidens pilosa., Echinochloa Cruss-galli, and Pistia stratiotes. This research is a semi experimental parameters observed were differences in the abundance of arthropods in each observation plot good plot consisting of some combination of wild plants (block refugia) and plot a block away from refugia based on spatial and temporal distribution. Observations using the "visual control" developed Freie and Manhart (1992). Achieved 9 order Arthropoda consists of 32 families were recorded visiting a mix of wild plants, the Coccinellidae, Carabidae, Staphylinidae, Chrysomelidae, Curculionidae, Coenagrionidae, Libellulidae, Tettigonidae, Gryllidae, Acrididae, Mantidae, Syrphidae, Drosophilidae, Tipulidae, Formicidae, Vespidae, Sphecidae, Ichneumonidae, Braconidae, Pyralidae, Papilionidae, Noctuidae, Nymphalidae, Alydidae, Pentatomidae, Reduviidae, Cicadellidae, Delphacidae, Flatidae, Tetragnathidae, and Oxyopidae. The mean abundance was highest in plots dominated by observation block refugia of the family Coccinellidae arthropods that act as natural enemies with a mean abundance reached 29 individuals per day. While the family Reduviidae which acts as a pest has the lowest with a mean abundance value of 1 individual per day. The analysis shows there are 6 families Arthropod natural enemies and pests that show distribution patterns are influenced by the presence of a mix of wild plants (the spatial distribution pattern) and different observation time (temporal distribution pattern), from the family Coccinellidae, Ichneumonidae, Braconidae, Acrididdae, Drosophilidae and Coreidae with a P value 0.05.

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