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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    burlian, zainal; Syarifah, Syarifah; Huda, Imamul;
    Country: Indonesia

    Fish is one of the animal protein sources consumed by people because it is relatively easy to obtain and affordable. The abundant of the fish needs some ways to preserve it, one of them is by making bekasam. Bekasam is fish fermented product which is procesed with the addition of rice and salt. One of the function of the salt is to select microorganisms that produce proteolytic enzymes.The purpose ofthis study was to know influance of different salt concentrations to ward the quality of fish bekasam.The research was conducted in August 2015 in Chemistry Laboratory of Biology Education Study Program, Teaching Training and Tarbiyah Faculty UIN Raden Fatah Palembang. The research method was an experimental laboratoryusing a CRD with 4 treatments and 3 replication. The treatments were salt concentrationK0 (10% b/v), K1 (20% b/v), K2 (30% b/v) and K3 (40% b/v). The test parameters observed were theacidity and hedonic test (color, smell and taste). The parametric data for the acidity was analyzed by ANOVA test, while nonparametric data(hedonic) used the organoleptic test. The results showed that based on ANOVA, the different salt concentration gave a very significant different influance (P=0,01) toward the acidity value, that Fcount> Ftable is 26,16 > 7,59. Based on research result, the acidity of each K0, K1, K2and K3 was 1,13 N, 1,00 N, 1,02 Nand 0,42N.Treatment of 10% salt concentration resulted the highest acidity 1,13 N.While from hedonic test showed that bekasam with 20%salt concentration was the most preferred

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    dan Salim Abubakar, Farjan Kaeli, Riyadi Subur;
    Publisher: Mataram University
    Country: Indonesia

    Fish utilize seagrass beds as habitat, there were sedentary and those that visit to seagrass beds only to find food or to spawn, as a place of refuge. The purpose of this study was to determine the number and type of fish seagrass caught in neap beginning and neap end in Water Village Loleo, know the community structure of seagrass beds had been arrested in neap beginning and neap end and to compare the fish communities of seagrass caught in neap neap beginning and ending at the village Aquatic Loleo. The results obtained by the composition of fish species in neap early as 14 types of Caranx ignobilis, Caranx melampygus, Alectis ciliaris, scad crumenophthalmus, Choerodon anchorago, Cheilio inermis, Lethrinus microdon, Mulloidichthys flavolineatu, Gerres acinaces Bleeker, Siganus spinu, Siganus canaliculatus, Siganus doliatus, Hemiramphus sp, Balistoides viridescens. While the fish in neap late as 8 types of Sphyraena barracuda, Siganus canaliculatus, Siganus doliatus, Zanclus cornutus, Lethrinus miniatus, Moolgarda seheli, Hemiramphus sp, Amanses scopas. Good species diversity of fish caught in neap neap beginning and end is classified, and no kind mendominansi and very uneven spread of its kind. The average catches between the moon neap neap early and late have differences and average catches neap most was in the beginning.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Waas, R. M. (Richard);
    Publisher: Pattimura University
    Country: Indonesia

    Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of 17,504 islands with the second longest coastline in the world after Canada. Indonesian territory that stretches from Sabang to Merauke composed of 1/3 and 2/3 of the ocean and the mainland after Indonesia ratified UNCLOS in 1982. Based on Law No. 17 of 1985, the extent to 7.9 million km2 comprising of 2 million km2 of land and 5.9 million km2 of ocean. Because Indonesia has good sea area that is subject to the sovereignty and are subject to or falls below the rights and territorial region. In addition to have ratified the Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS) Indonesia has also been transformed into Law No. 6 of 1996 and the subsequent Indonesian Government Regulation No. 37 of 2002 on the rights and obligations of foreign ships and aircraft in exercising the right of archipelagic sea lanes passage through archipelagic sea lanes set. Government Regulation No. 38 of 2002 also enhance the rules on listing Baselines of Indonesia where the establishment of ALKI also based on Law No. 17 of 1985 in addition to the Law No. 43 Year 2008 on the territory of the State as well as for guidance in enforcing the law in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. Importance of the sea in the relations between nations led to the important role of International maritime law, because of the law, among others define the limits of state sovereignty coastal or island states in managing and utilizing sea space especially sea area under the sovereignty such as the territorial sea and archipelagic waters, Archilepagic Sea island nation is the right to give a right of passage for vessels in exercising the right of archipelagic sea lanes passage through predefined. In addition to the island nation that has the right to ensure the safety of crossing ALK passer, passer also have rights and obligations if doing track in the archipelagic sea lane, while respecting the legal provisions in force nationally in a State.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Riana, L. (Linda); Hardigaluh, B. (Basuki); Wahyuni, E. S. (Eko);
    Publisher: Tanjungpura University
    Country: Indonesia

    This study aims to determine the feasibility of learning media flipchart as the implementation of an inventory study of fish diversity and determine the types of fish found in the village of Padang Tikar. Forms of this research is qualitative descriptive methods and techniques of data collection triangulation . From the results obtained 32 species of fish consisting of 24 families . Media flipcharts tested for feasibility by three lecturers of Biology Education Studies Program FKIP Untan and two tenth grade high school biology teacher in two schools in the village of Padang Tikar. In the judgment of the validator , flipchart fall into the category valid with an average value of 3.5 and a decent total validation is used as a medium of learning in submateri biodiversity.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Wardhana, A. (Aditya); Kartawinata, B. R. (Budi); Syahputra, S. (Syahputra);
    Publisher: Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang
    Country: Indonesia

    The purpose of this study was to compete formulating global strategy PT Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia (BKI) in non-classification marine services business (independent assurance) in Indonesia that includes three business sector such as marine, industry, and energy. The methodology used the analytical descriptive method with techniques SWOT analysis. The number of population as many as 5.248 companies, the target population was the BKI non-classification customers (non-klas) or independent assurance in all three business sector susch as marine, industry, and energy. The determination of the total sample using Slovin formulas with the levels of trust 95 % obtained the total sample as many as 400 respondents. The research results showed that based on a position map of non-classification services business, BKI was on strategic rapid growth. BKI increased the number of a new job, increased new consumer on the non-classification services (independent assurance) in all business sectors, and focused on the type of non-classification service business certain having the the highest value income for BKI.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Prasetyo, Satria Ageng; Romdon, M Mustopa; Badrudin, Redy;
    Country: Indonesia

    The paddy farming system in Amen village has experienced multicropping system among paddy, laying duck and fish. This system has economic implication to increasing faming total income. This research aims to analyze the income contribution of each farm commodity on total farm income in village Garut, Amen Subregency, Lebong regency. The method of analysis income contribution was non-cash contribution. The result showed that the contribution of each business was paddy 46 percent, duck cultivation 30 percent, and fishery 24 percent of total farm income.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    MAIDIKA, D. (DINI); SIBURIAN, J. (JODION); HAMIDAH, A. (AFRENI);
    Publisher: Sebelas Maret University
    Country: Indonesia

    Kuala Tungkal is a district located in the east coast Province of Jambi. Kuala Tungkal has excellent potential in the field of fisheries. Various types of fish sold in the Parit 1 Kuala Tungkal Market. Fish is a among the examples of the diversity of fauna in Indonesia. This diversity needs to be introduced to students to improve the contextuality of learning. This study aims to determine the type of fishes being sold in the market. Student and teacher perceptions about the book that developed based on the results of fish studies in the Parit 1 Market. This research is descriptive and analytic. The study describes the type of fishes being sold in the Parit 1 Kuala Tungkal Market through direct observation and interviews with fish traders, as well as the perceptions of students and teachers of high school of Kuala Tungkal (SMA N 1 Kuala Tungkal) about the book. The results showed there are 23 species of saltwater fish from 15 families and 7 species of freshwater fish from 6 families. Students appraised the book belongs as “very good” with a value of 94% and teachers also appraised the book as “very good” with a value 86,7%.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Sitanggang, M. R. (Miranda); Mahdalena, M. (Mahdalena); Norhasanah, N. (Norhasanah);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Pertanian Amuntai
    Country: Indonesia

    This study aims to (i) find out the magnitude of the Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) efforts to enlarge tilapia in cages in Sungai Hanyar Village (ii) to know the Pay Back Prize to restore business capital enlargement of tilapia in cages (iv) knowing the break-even point (Break Event Point) in an effort to enlarge tilapia in cages. The method used is descriptive method. The research design is case study design and field research. Analysis of the data used is financial and to make a feasibility study is financial analysis and to make a case study of field research. Data analysis using NPV, IRR <, and PBP. The total cost of maintaining tilapia is Rp. 55,210,012, - per year, while income is Rp. 153,250,000 per year and income in the tilapia fish maintenance business Rp. 101,836,000 million, - per year. In the maintenance business of tilapia H. Jam'an in Sungai Hanyar Banua Lawas Tabalong Regency based on an analysis of the investment feasibility of Net Net Value Value (NPV) of Rp. 220,353,136 is known, - The results of the study show NPV> 0, meaning that the effort to enlarge H.jam'an indigo is feasible / continued. Based on the Retrun calculation method internally produces 87% and the social opportunity cost of capital (SOCC) of 18% means IRR> SOCC, thus the business of enlarging H.Jam'an tilapia in Sungai Hanyar Village, Banua Lawas District, Tabalong Regency is feasible to be cultivated / next. The results of the feasibility analysis based on the payback period investment (PBP) in the maintenance business of H. Jam'an tilapia in Sungai Hanyar Banua Lawas, District of Tabalong 1 year 11 months 28 days have received a return on investment.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Kusumayana, P. (Purna); Harianto, Y. (Yudhi); Anita, A. S. (Andi);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Pertanian Amuntai
    Country: Indonesia

    This study aims to determine the extent to which production costs have an effect on the sale of tilapia at the Fish Seed Center of Cukan Lipai Village, Batang Alai Selatan District, Hulu Sungai Tengah Regency. The results showed that the production cost had an effect on the selling price of 64.1% in tilapia hatchery business in the Cukan Lipai Village, Batang Alai Selatan District, Hulu Sungai Tengah Regency. While the remaining 35.9% can be influenced by other variables besides production costs

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Hidayatullah, A. (Arief); Hairun, H. (Hairun);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Pertanian Amuntai
    Country: Indonesia

    The research aims to identify internal and external factors, formulate alternative strategies, and prioritize strategies in developing the tilapia hatchery business at the Gunung Manau Local Fish Breeding Center, Batumandi District, Balangan Regency. The basic method used is descriptive method and carried out by survey techniques. The data used in this study are primary and secondary data. Data analysis methods used (1) SWOT Analysis, (2) IE and SWOT matrix (3) QSP matrix. The results of the study reveal that (1) the main underlying strength is easily accessible production facilities, (2) the main disadvantage is that marketing outside the region is still lacking. (3) The main opportunity to get assistance from the government. (4) Whereas the fundamental threat is the effect of the dry season. (5) Based on the IE matrix, the strategy is market penetration and product development. (6) The results of the SWOT matrix from the alternative strategies implemented are maintaining seed quality and increasing production through increased application of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Utilization of feed probiotic processing technology and feed training and increasing the number, improving the performance of technical officers in managing business seeding by providing encouragement, monitoring and evaluation as well as cooperative relations of the related institutions. (7) The priority strategy that can be applied is to improve the performance of technical officers