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  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Qamardin o‘g‘li, Abduvaliyev Muhammadsodiq;
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    Renewable energy is derived from natural processes that are replenished constantly. Included in the definition is electricity and heat generated from solar, wind, ocean, hydropower, biomass, geothermal resources, and biofuels and hydrogen derived from renewable resources. The article discusses the sources of renewable energy in Uzbekistan.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Wirawan, S. (Susilo); Luthfiyah, F. (Fifi); Mardiansyah, M. (Mardiansyah); Ristrini, R. (Ristrini);
    Publisher: National Institute of Health Research and Development, Indonesian Ministry of Health
    Country: Indonesia

    Background: Pregnant women who suffer Energy Chronic Defisiensi (KEK) have a greater risk of morbidity, especially in comparison to normal pregnant women. As a result, the risk for having a baby with low birth weight increased. KEK pregnant women in North Lombok region increased from year to year. Researchers are making efforts to prevent it. Researchers gave “Opak” Typical North Lombok has innovated by adding Moringa leaf powder and Ikan ekor kuning. The purpose of research creates opaque products enriched nutrients Opak Kelor Ikan (OKI), knowing acceptance of pregnant women against product, reviewing and analyzing the ease of getting the product to the target product sustainability of provision. Methods: Pre-experimental research methods for the design of the product, then the organoleptic tests, selected the best products, test and product proximate ready to be given to the respondent. OKI was given for 30 days. Results: Design making panelists preferred OIC is the use of fish and moringa ratio 1:2. The content of nutrients best OKI 2.64% protein, 4.07% fat, carbohydrates 83.9%, and 2.34% ash. Meeting the needs of nutrients from the OKI to snack pregnant women is about 3–4 pieces (65 grams). Samples were feeling good (61.7%), slightly bitter at 58.3%, 96.7% said crunchy. Ease of getting OKI, easy (91.7%). How to get, walking (86.7%). Access to get in the shop (83.3%). Sustainability of the OKI shows like only 32.53%, but the majority of respondents willing to continue with the 73%. depth interview in pregnant women happy diberikan OKI because these foods commonly consumed much less nutritious for babies. The midwife stated OKI very helpful in disseminating knowledge about nutritious food for pregnant women. Stakeholders from religious leaders expressed readiness to support and dissemination of information in any religious lectures delivered so that people become more familiar with the OKI. Conclusion: OKI can be given to pregnant women and can be KEK traditional nutritious snack. OKI to be sustainable. Recommendation: Storability test needs to be done to determine the expired date.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Moegni, N. (Nurtjahja); Rizki, A. (Ahmad); Prihantono, G. (Gigih);
    Publisher: Muhammadiyah University Yogyakarta
    Country: Indonesia

    : This study presents the response of fisheries management to the extreme climatic affect marine fisheries in Jember district. Extreame weather LA NINA and EL NINO increasing sea wave and change wild fish population, causing increasing cost for fisherman. Quantitative methodology for use research in use data maritime ministry, the national oceanic and atmos­pheres administration, BMKG and primery data. This study suggests that responding to extreme climatic influences on fisheries include (1) establishing an early warning system by connecting fisheries agencies and marine research institutions to assist decision makers in performing time-adaptive measures, (2) Temporarily suspending subsidy activity to help managing cost in extreame weather, (3) Develop research technology for managing extreme weather events.