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Effect of types of natural food and their combination on growth dab survival rate Of tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum) larvae Dede Novendra; Hamdan Alawi; Sukendi '
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2016
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The effect of types of natural food and their combinations on growth and survival rate of tambaqui (Collossoma macropomum) larvae was conducted at the Fish Hatchery and Breeding Lalboratory, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, University of Riau in 18-L recirculating water system aquaria for 6 weeks rearing period. Six-days old larvae were stocked at density of 30 larvae/ aquarium and fed with Artemia nauplii for 6 weeks (treatment 1), water fleas 6 weeks (Treatment 2); tubifex worm 6 weeks (Treatment 3); Artemia nauplii 3 weeks followed by tubifex worm 3 weeks (treatment 4); water fleas 3 weeks followed by tubifex worm 3 weeks (Treatment 5) and Artemia nauplii 2 weeks, followed by water fleas 2 weeks and lasted by tubifex worm 2 weeks (Treatment 6). The weight gain (2.2 g) and specific growth rate (9.75%/day) were significantly higher for larvae fed with tubifex worm for 6 weeks than those fed with artemia and water flea or their combinations. Therefore, the survival rate of larvae was best (74.4%) when fed with either artemia nauplii followed by tubifex worm or water flea followed by tubifex worm.Key words: Natural food, artemia nauplii, water flea, tubifex worm, collossoma macropomum larvae
Briefing Gender Male Guppy Fish (Poecilia reticulata) Through Immersion Parent in Coconut Water Solution with Different Doses and Time Mhd Sukrillah; Sukendi '; Nuraini '
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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The aims of the was study to determine the effect of immersion parent fish guppy pregnant using coconut water with different doses and time of the percentage of male fish seed production. Selected coconut water as a natural ingredient of synthetic hormone replacement 17α-methyltestosterone (MT) is commonly used for aligning the male fish. This research was conducted in June through September 2013 the Laboratory of Fish Hatchery and Breeding Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, University of Riau. This study used an experimental method with 12 treatments and 3 replications. This treatment uses doses of 0, 10, 25 and 45 ml of coconut water with immersion time 10, 20 and 30 hours. The results showed that no effect of coconut water toward the percentage of male guppy fish produced with the highest value at a dose of 10 ml were soaked for 20 hours which is 62.5%. Nevertheless, these results are still lower than the MT treatment (92.7%). At doses of 0 and 10 ml no effect on survival rate. However, at doses of 25 and 45 ml guppy fish survival rate decreases.Keywords: Briefing sex, coconut water, guppy fish, Poecilia reticulata
The Influence of Injection sGnRH+Domperidon by Different Dosage to Egg Quality and Hatching of Betok (Anabas testudineus) Edy Saptono; Sukendi '; Nuraini '
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2015
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The research was conducted from Oktober to November 2014 at Fish Breeding and Hatchery Laboratory Fisheris and Marine Science Faculty of Riau University. It was aim to know the influence of sGnRH+Domperidon injection by different dosage to egg quality and hatching of betok. It the research experiment method was applied with four treatmens and tree replications. The treatment injection by fisiologis solution 0,9 %, injection by sGnRH+Domperidon 0,5 ml/kg. 0,7 ml/kg and 0,9 ml/kg weigh of fish. The result showed that treatment with different dosage of sGnRH+Domperidon provide a significant influence on total of latency time of spawning, eggs ovulation/g weight of fish, eggs diameter, fertilization, egg hatchability and survival rate of larval. The best result was got from 0,5 ml/kg dosage with latency time 6,49 hour, total eggs ovulated 212/g weight of fish, accretion diameter of egg 0,184 mm, egg fertilized 75,11 %, egg hatchability 78,09 % and survival rate of living larvae was 82,36 %.Water quality during experiment was always in good condition for living.Keyword : Anabas testudineus, sGnRH+Domperidon, Hatching
Gonad maturation of sepat mutiara (trichogaster leeri blkr) with different feeding treatmen Habibi '; Sukendi '; Netti Aryani
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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The research was conducted from Maret – Mei 2013 in laboratory ofbreeding Fishery and Marine Science Faculty of Riau University. The aim of thisresearch was to investigate suitable feed for the maturation of the gonads of sepatmutiara (Trichogaster leeri Blkr) reared with different feeding treatment such asGonad Maturity Level (TKG), gonad maturation index (IKG), fecundity, eggdiameter and egg maturation. The research method used was CompletelyRandomized Design (CDR) with three treatments and three replications. Thetreatment in this study were P1 (Tubifex sp), P2 (Shrimp pellet), P3 (Shrimp pellet+ Vitamin E).The result showed that good feed for the maturation of the gonads wasshrimp pellets + Vitamin E, total fish reached TKG IV 13 tails , index gonadsomatic 9,32 %, fecundity of 2646 eggs, egg diameter 0.70 mm. The temperaturerange from 26-28 0 C, pH 5-6, dissolved oxygen 4-5 ppm.Keyword: different feed, Gonad maturation, Trichogaster leeri Blkr
The Effect of Differences Feeding Time of Natural Food Artemia sp. and Water Flea on the Growth and Survival of Giant Gouramy Larvae (Osphronemus gouramy, Lac) Haerizul Fahrullah; Netti Aryani; Sukendi '
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2017
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The research was conducted in May to June 2016 in the Laboratory of Fish Hatchery and Breeding Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences University of Riau. The purpose of this research was to know The Effect of Differences feeding time of Natural Feed Artemia sp. and Water Flea on the Growth and Survival of Giant Gouramy Larvae (Osphronemus gouramy, Lac). This research used the experimental method, while the experimental design that was used completely randomized design (CRD) with five treatments and three replication. The treatments in this research ware P1 (giving Artemia sp. for 10 days and 30 days for Water Flea), P2 (giving Artemia sp. for 20 days and 20 days for Water Flea), P3 (giving Artemia sp. for 30 days and 10 days for Water Flea), P4 (giving Artemia sp. for 40 days), P5 (giving Water Flea for 40 days).The result showed the best treatment was feeding with P5 (Giving Water Flea for 40 days) the growth of absolute weigh that produces 0,086 grams, the growth of absolute length is 0,831 cm, the daily growth rate of 4,332 %. The water quality parameters during research were temperature 26,4-27,8 ºC, pH 6,5-7,3 and dissolved oxygen 4,0-6,0 ppm.Key words: Natural food, Osphronemus gouramy, growth, and survival
Influence of sGnRH-a + Domperidone With Different Doses for Ovulation Stimulation, Egg and Larvae Quality of The Pawas (Osteochilus hasselti CV) Septiana Anggraini; Sukendi '; Netti Aryani
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2016
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This research was conducted over 60 days, starting on April 20 until June 8 2015, at the Hatchery and Breeding Laboratory at Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, University of Riau. This research aims to determine the effect of sGnRH-a + domperidone with different doses of the ovulation stimulation and the eggs quality of Nilem Carp (O. hasselti CV) which is the first step of research and then the best dosage obtained through observations in the first step will then be injected against gonads mature female brood and then will spawn with the male injected with the best dose (0.4 ml/kg body weight) through research "sGnRH-a + domperidone With Different Doses for Volume, Concentration and Cement Quality of Nilem Carp (O. hasselti CV) as the second step of this research. The results showed that sGnRH-a + domperidone at a dose of 0.6 ml/kg body weight were significant (p<0,05) for the latent time, total eggs ovulation, egg diameter increase, eggs maturity and ovisomatik index value, with the best results for the latent time (6.15 hours), total eggs ovulation (242 eggs/g gonads), egg diameter increase (0.9125 mm), eggs maturity (20 %) and ovisomatik value index (14.75 %). Results of the second step resulted in average: fertility rate (81.33 %), hatching rate (81.76 %), absolute length growth (1.91 cm), absolute weight growth (0.27 g), daily growth rate (10.17 %) and the rate of survival (95.1 %). Keywords : sGnRH-a + Domperidone, Ovulation Stimulation, Nilem Carp (Osteochilus hasselti CV).
Pengaruh Suhu dan Oksigen Terhadap Penetasan Telur dan Kelulushidupan Awal Larva Ikan Pawas (Osteochilus hasselti C.V.) Junita Hutagalung; Hamdan Alawi; Sukendi &#039;
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2017
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This research was conducted on 24-30 May 2016 in the Laboratory Fish Hatchery and Breeding Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science University of Riau. The purpose of this study are to determine the influence of temperature (room temperature and 30°C) and dose of aquamate (0 mg/L and 20 mg/L) on fertilization, hatching and larvae survival of Pawas (Osteochilus hasselti C.V.). The method used in this study is an experimental method by using a completely randomized design with 2x2x3 factorial design. The first factor is the temperature (room temperature and 30°C), while the second factor is the dose of aquamate (0 mg/L and 20 mg/L) with three replications. Fish kept in the twelve unit of 30x30x30cm aquarium with the volume of water were 15 L each.The result showed that the treatment of the giving different temperature and oxygen to hatching the eggs and 5 days fish larvae initial survival of Pawas (Osteochilus hasselti C.V.) that is best for Fertilization Rate (FR) of Pawas eggs is room temperature with the addition 20 mg/L aquamate which produce figure conception amounted to 43.78%, figure Hatching Rate (HR) amounted to 63.24%, the rate of Survival Rate (SR) amounted to 96%. Data from water quality measurements during the study that is the temperature used is room temperature and 30°C, pH range 6-8. The levels of dissolved oxygen on dose of aquamate 0 mg/L namely 3.0 mg/L while on dose of aquamate 20 mg/L namely 7.0 mg/L. Dissolved oxygen was increased on dose of aquamate 20 mg/L as much as 4 mg/L after one day the addition of aquamate into aquarium.Keywords: temperature, oxygen, fertilization rate, hatching rate, survival rate, Osteochilus hasselti C.V.
Domestication and gonad maturation technique of Thynnicthys thynnoides Blkr obtained from the Kampar River, Riau Sukendi &#039;; Ridwan Manda Putra; Yurisman &#039;
Ilmu Perairan (Aquatic Science) Vol 7, No 2 (2009)
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A study aims to find out the domestication and triggering gonadal maturation techniques of Thynnicthys thynnoides obtained from Kampar River, Riau has beenconducted from June to August 2009. Fish samples were kept in 1 x 1 x 1 m cages,30 fishes/ cage. Fishes were fed on three types of food namely dried Tubifex, shrimppellet (without vitamin E addition) and shrimp pellet that is enriched with vitamin E(100 gram/ kg ). The food provided was 5% of total fish body weight/ day.Result shown that fish domestication can be conducted by keeping them in the cagesthat are placed in the area where the fish are captured. During the first week, fisheswere not fed and in the following weeks they were provided with the treated fed. Thebest result obtained in the fishes that are feed with shrimp pellet that is enrichedwith vitamin E. During the research period (8 weeks), 12 fishes were sampled and 5of them were in the 4th gonadal maturity level, their maturity indices was 15.603%,fecundity 19,516 eggs, egg diameter 1.07 mm and semen volume produced 0.945 ml.Key words : domestication, maturity indeces, fecundity egg diameter
Effect Enrichment Daphnia sp . Viterna With Survival and Growth of Catfish Larvae baung (Hemibagrus nemurus) Erwin &#039;; Nuraini &#039;; Sukendi &#039;
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2016
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The research was conducted from January to March 2016 at No. 38 Panam . This study aims to determine the survival and growth of the best in fish larvae baung ( Hemibagrus nemurus ) by feeding Daphnia sp . enriched with VITERNA . The method used in this study is an experimental method , while the design used was completely randomized design ( CRD ) with two- level factorial treatments and two replications . By immersion 3 hours and 5 hours. P0 ( control ) , P₁ ( I Enrichment viterna with a dose of 20 ml / l ) , P₂ (Enrichment viterna with a dose of 30 ml / l ) , P₃ (Enrichment viterna with a dose of 40 ml / l ) . Growth highest in absolute weight soaking 5 hours at a dose of 30 ml / l ie 0498 g . Length growth the absolute highest in soaking 5 hours at a dose of 40 ml / l which is 2,655 cm , while the daily growth rate is highest in the soaking 5 hours at a dose of 30 ml / l which is 6365 % , and the rate of survival is highest in the immersion 3 hours at 20 doses of 100 % .Keywords: Hemibagrus nemurus,viterna , growth, and survival
Giving Effect of Different Natural Feed on the Growth and Survivval Fish Larvae Climbing Perch (Anabas testudinieus) Esron Hermanto Tampubolon; Nuraini &#039;; Sukendi &#039;
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2015
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The research was conducted in April to May 2015 in the Laboratory ofFish Hatchery and Breeding Faculty of Fisheries and Marine SciencesUniversity of Riau. The purpose of this research was to determine the effect ofdifferent natural feed on the growth and survival of fish larvae. This researchused the experimental method, while the experimental design that was usedcompletely randomized design (CRD) with 3 levels of treatment and 3repetitions. The treatments in this research are PA (natural feeding Artemia sp),PT (Feeding naturally worms Tubifex sp), and PKA (natural feeding Kutu air).The result showed that feeding kutu air naturally is the best to feed thegrowth of absolute weight that produces 0.659 grams, the growth of theabsolute length of 2.66 cm, the daily growth rate of 21.633%, while the bestsurvival rate found in the natural feeding Artemia sp is 81 %.Keywords: Natural food, Anabas testudineus, growth, and survival