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Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences
Published by Universitas Riau
ISSN : 2655366X     EISSN : 27164608     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.31258/ajoas
Core Subject : Agriculture,
Asian Journal Of Aquatic Sciences is a journal publishes scientific articles from research by lecturers and other researchers in the waters sector. Focusing on aspects of aquatic ecology for the use of this habitat as an ecosystem for producing food (fisheries and agriculture) and its function for the earth's ecosystem. Covers aspects of biology, physics and chemistry, both for freshwater (rivers, lakes, swamps, reservoirs), brackish waters (mangrove swamps, river estuaries) and marine waters (coastal and offshore seas).
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ADDITION OF SUPERIOR HETEROTROF BACTERIA MIXED IN FEED TO IMPROVE HEALTH OF SALINE TILAPIA Oreochromis niloticu Maraditha Simanjuntak, Lewi; Lukistyowati, Iesje; Feliatra, Feliatra
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (930.339 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.170-180

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This research was conducted in May 2019 until July 2019 which took place at the Laboratory of Marine Microbiology and the Laboratory of Fish Parasites and Diseases at the Faculty of Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, Riau University. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the addition of superior heterotrophic bacterial isolates that were sprayed on feed could affect the health of saline tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) through erythrocyte and leukocyte blood images. The treatments are Kn, Kp, feed sprayed with B.cereus heterotrophic bacterial isolate solution (0.15% dose), feed sprayed with heterotrophic V. fluvialis bacterial isolate solution (0.15% dose), feed sprayed with combined Isolate solution. The results of the study of the addition of superior heterotrophic bacterial isolates sprayed on feed can improve the health of saline tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) after 30 days of maintenance and post-infection of Aeromonas hydrophila bacteria showed that the treatment of P3 (combined isolates) which is the best treatment with a total leukocyte value of 89.67 x 103 cells / mm3, lymphocytes 80.33%, neutrophils 10.67%, monocytes 9.66%, total erythrocytes 235.00 x 104 cells / mm3, hematocrit 32.00% and hemoglobin 7.33 g / dL and weight growth absolute 7.05 g, a survival rate of 83.33%.
MAPPING OF MANGROVE VEGETATION USING LANDSAT SATELLITE IMAGERYIN THE ESTUARY OF GANGSAL RIVER INDRAGIRI HILIR REGENCY RIAU PROVINCE Susilo, Hendri; Ghalib, Musrifin; Mulyadi, Aras
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1009.728 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.181-189

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The research was conducted in January - March 2019. This study aims to map and analyze changes in the area and density of mangrove vegetation based on NDVI values and community structure in the Muara Sungai Gangsal, Indragiri Hilir Regency. To analyze the area and density of NDVI using Landsat 5 TM satellite imagery in 2008 and Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS in 2018. Analysis using ArcGis 10.3 software. The calculation of mangroves based on community structure used the Transect Line Plot method at 6 stations for community structure sampling. The area of mangrove vegetation in 2008 was 2,706 ha and in 2018 it was 2,693 ha. The results of the analysis of mangrove vegetation area from 2008 to 2018 there was a reduction of 13 ha. The NDVI value for 2008 criteria is rarely 133 ha, while 2.009 ha are wide and 564 ha is dense. The NDVI value of the 2018 mangrove vegetation is rarely 16 hectares, while 2,135 hectares are in the area and 542 hectares are dense. Based on the analysis of mangrove density in 2018 at 6 sampling point stations ranging from 866 ind/ha to 1,522 ind/ha. Density criteria are rarely detected at station I with a density of 922 ind/ha and station II with a density of 866 ind/ha. The criterion of moderate density was detected at station V with a density of 1,255 ind/ha and station VI with a density of 1,044 ind/ha. Criteria for solid density were detected at station III with a density of 1,522 ind/ha and station IV with a density of 1,511 ind/ha.
ISOLATION AND ANTAGONISM OF BACTERIA TEST OF BIOTA IN THE MANGROVE ECOSYSTEM KAYU ARA RIVER SIAK REGENCY Moritania, Rizky; Effendi, Irwan; Feliatra, Feliatra
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (676.472 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.190-196

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The General area is the mangrove biodiversity and marine life that have biological activity that likely has the same pharmacological potential as an antimicrobial compound. The purpose of this research is to know the bacterial antagonism in isolation from mangrove, mangrove crabs, snails and fish tembakul against pathogenic bacteria (Aeromonas hydrophila, Aeromonas salmonicida, Edwardsiella ictaluri). This research dimula from May – June 2019. From the results of research that has been done shows that isolates that have the capability of antagonism against pathogenic bacteria test three (A. salmonicida, A. hydrophila and E. ictaluri) were isolate CS7 with category stronger, isolate CS6, CS5, CS4, AI4, AI5, CS9 AI2, with weak category, whereas isolates CS1, B22, B33, B44, AI6 AI7 AI8, was only able to inhibit pathogenic test of 2 with a weak category. The results of the DNA analysis of the 16S rRNA sequence with the use and analysis of BLAST obtained that isolates the Bacillus cereus species are included.
ANALYSIS CONTENT OF ORGANIC MATTER IN SEDIMENT AND ABUNDANCE OF MACROZOOBENTHOS IN TELUK BUO PADANG WEST SUMATERA Putra Utama, Rinol; Nedi, Syahril; Tanjung, Afrizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (535.459 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.197-205

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This research was conducted in May 2018 in the waters of Teluk Buo, Padang, West Sumatra. The purpose of this study was to determine the environmental quality of the Teluk Buo waters, especially to determine the abundance of macrozoobenthos and determine the relationship between sediment organic matter and abundance of macrozoobenthos. The method used in this study is a survey method. The results of the study note that the waters of the Teluk Buo are included in the medium polluted criteria with a diversity index (H ') ranging from 2.18-3.43, dominance index (C) 0.10-0.32 and uniformity index (e) 0.51-0,78. Abundance ranges from 80-240 ind/m2 with the number of macrozoobenthos species found there are 9 species of gastropods and 5 species of bivalves. The relationship of sediment organic matter content to macrozoobenthos abundance was included in the moderate criteria with a correlation coefficient (r) -0.382.
EFFECTIVITY OF EXTRACT LEAF, FRUIT, ROOT MANGROVE Avecennia marina ON Aedes aegypti Eriani, Eti; Effendi, Irwan; Yoswaty, Dessy
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (514.332 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.206-213

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Inhibiting the life of the Aedes aegypti mosquito is the mian way that is done to eradicate DBF, which is popularly done by chemically synthetic insecticides can be used air pollution and poisoning of humans so it needs safer natural incecticides such as compounds derived from mangrove plants. Mangrove Avecennia marina contains saponis, flavonoids, and alkaloids can act as stomach poisons resulting in larval death. The study was conducted in Februari-Maret 2019. The purpose of the study was to deteremine the efectiveness of extracts of leaves, fruit Avecennia marina mangrove root that quickly inhibit the growth of Aedes aegypyi larvae. The method used was the experimental method, the location of the research sample taking in Kayu Ara Village, Siak Riau Province. Results showed the mangrove leaves at a concentration of 12% mosquito larvae deaths reached 99 tails in the 120th minute, results showed the mangrove fruit at a concentration of 12% mosquito larvae deaths reached 96 tails in the 120th minute, Results showed the mangrove root at a concentration of 12% mosquito larvae deaths reached 85 tails in the 120th minute, analyzed using probit analysis to obtain LC50 (Lethal Concentration 50) and LT50 (Lethal Time 50) values. The LC50 probit analysis velue is estimate leaves 2.721, estimate fruit 1.584 dan estimate root 1,232. Whereas at LT50 estimate leaves 2.841, fruit 1.579, root 1.115.
SEDIMENT ORGANIC MATTER AND MAKROZOOBENTHOS ABUDANCE IN WATERS OF PURNAMA DUMAI Gurning, Misael; Nedi, Syahril; Tanjung, Afrizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (738.829 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.214-223

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This research was conducted at April 2019 in Waters of Purnama Dumai. The aim of the study was to analyze the content of organic sediment and macrozoobenthos abundance and the relationship of organic sediment with macrozoobenthos abundance. The method used was a survey method consisting of 4 stations with 3 replications at each station. Sampling was carried out in the field and then taken to the Marine Chemistry Laboratory for analysis of sediment and organic material fractions. The results showed that the average content of organic sediment material in Waters of Purnama Dumai is 66,47 % and the content of organic sediment material between different stations is not significantly different (P>0,05) while the abundance of macrozoobenthos is 32 ind/m2 and the abundance of macrozoobenthos between stations was not significantly different (P>0,05). The relationship between the organic matter content of sediments and the abundance of macrozoobenthos has a value (r) = 0,235797 which means it has a weak relationship.
POTENTIAL MICROALGA Chlorella vulgaris FOR BIOREMEDIATION OF HEAVY METAL Pb Halima, Asyatul; Nursyirwani, Nursyirwani; Effendi, Irwan; Ambarsar, Hanies
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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This research was conducted from April to July 2019 at the Center for Environmental Technology Laboratory (PTL), Geostech 820 Building, Serpong Region Puspitek, South Tangerang. The aim of this research was to determin growth of Chlorella vulgaris on media added with Pb at different concentrations, and to determine the ability to absorb Pb. The experimental method was conducted by using concentrations of Pb at 3 different levels consisting of 1 ppm, 5 ppm, 10 ppm in triplicate and control treatment without the addition of Pb. Each sample was analyzed by ICP-OES (Inductivly Coupled Plasma – Optical Emission Spectrometer). Data was analyzed by using ANOVA followed by LSD test. The growth of C. vulgaris biomass during the cultivation were Pb 1 ppm (10.38 g / l), k (9.10 g / l), Pb 5 ppm (8.36 g/l) and Pb 10 ppm (7.13) g/l). ANOVA test showed that different concentrations of Pb gave a very significant difference (Sig. <0.05) on the growth of C. vulgaris. Reduction in the concentration of Pb metal in culture media were Pb 10 ppm (96.8%), Pb 5 ppm (96.2%), Pb 1 ppm (90%) and there is no Pb found in control. ANOVA test results showed that C. vulgaris had a very significant effect (Sig. <0.05) on the decrease of Pb metal concentration. This shows that C. vulgaris has the capacity as bioremediation of Pb with different concentrations.
DESCRIPTION OF LEUKOCYT OF SIAM PATIN FISH (Pangasius hypophthalmus) THAT FEED BY ADDITION OF HARUMANIS MANGO SEEDS (Mangifera indica L.) Syaieba, Mutiara; Lukistyowati, Iesje; Syawal, Henni
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Harumanis mango seed (Mangifera indica L.) is a natural ingredient that can be used as an immunostimulant. The phytochemical content in harumanis mango seeds (M. indica L.) include tannins, flavonoids, saponins and ascorbic acid. This study aims to get the best dose of adding harumanis mango seed solution (M. indica L.) to the feed. The method used was an experimental method with a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) consisting of one factor with four treatment levels which included P0 without the addition of harumanis mango seed solution, P1 addition of harumanis mango seed solution at a dose of 1.6 mL/Kg of feed, P2 addition harumanis mango seed solution at a dose of 1.8 mL/Kg of feed and P3 addition of harumanis mango seed solution at a dose of 2 mL/Kg of feed. Test fish used were Siamese catfish (P. hypophthalmus) measuring 8-12 cm which were kept in cages for 60 days. The results showed that administration of harumanis mango seed solution to feed affected the image of leukocytes of Siamese catfish (P. hypophthalmus) (P < 0,05). The best dose is in the treatment of P3 (2 mL/Kg of feed) with an average total leukocytes 9.76 x 104 cells/mm3, leukocrit levels of 1.67%, lymphocytes 82.00%, neutrophils 7.67%, monocytes 10, 33%, phagocytic activity 31.67% and absolute weight growth of 37.70 g, and 95% survival.
ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC AND ANORGANIC DEBRIS IN AIR MANIS BEACH, NIRWANA BEACH AND CAROLINA BEACH OF PADANG CITY WEST SUMATERA PROVINCE Aditya, Muhamad; Amin, Bintal; elizal, Elizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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This research was conducted in June 2019 to determine the kind of marine debris, source, production and the correlation with the number of tourists in Air Manis, Nirwana, and Carolina Beach of Padang City, West Sumatera. Three sampling stations were surveyed. The results showed that marine debris found in those beaches were categorized organic, such as: fruits, leaves, wood, bamboo, sea plants and else an organic especially: plastic, glass, rubber, metal, etc. Air Manis Beach had the highest production of marine debris (1340 pcs), followed by Nirwana Beach (538 pcs) and Carolina Beach (500pcs). The source of marine debris were assessed to come from visitors and from outside those beac hes carried by sea current. The total of marine debris production was 29.165 kg. Plastic was the most common type of debris found. The production of garbage in the number of visitors shows very strong relationships (Y = -94,505 + 2,018x ; r = 0,97 ). There is strong correlation between the number of visitors and marine debris production in those beaches.
ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION AND SENSITIVITY OF AMILOLITIC BACTERIA FROM MANGROVE ECOSYSTEM SEDIMENT IN PURNAMA MARINE STATION DUMAI ON THE PATHOGENIC BACTERIA Rotua Silitonga, Lamtiur; Nursyirwani, Nursyirwani; Effendi, Irwan
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Litter from the weathering of dead mangrove stems and leaves contains a lot of starch which has potential to be degraded by amylolytic bacteria into simple compounds with the help of the amylase enzyme. Amylolytic bacteria are bacteria that hydrolyze starch into simpler compounds namely glucose with the help of the amylase enzyme. This study aims to 1) isolate, identify and test sensitivity of amylolytic bacterial isolates found at the Purnama Dumai Marine Station, 2) the ability of amylolytic bacterial isolates to inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria (Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Vibrio alginolyticus) and 3) to determine the of amylolytic bacterial species by 16S rRNA sequence analysis. The results showed 10 bacterial isolates (TR 2, TR 6, TR 7, TR 9, TR 11, TR 13, TR 15, TR 16, TR 18 and TR 20) were able to inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria (E.coli, P.aeruginosa and V.alginolyticus). The sensitivity test of isolate TR 20 against E.coli was categorized into weak with inhibition zone diameter of 4.65 mm. Sensitivity of isolate TR 6 against P.aeruginosa was categorized into medium with inhibition zone diameter of 5.22 mm. Then sensitivity of isolate TR 11 against V.algynolyticus was categorized into medium with inhibition zone diameter of 5.55 mm. DNA analysis using 16S rRNA method and BLAST analysis showed similarity of each isolate. Isolate TR 6 was similar to Bacillus paramycoides strain MCCC 1A04098, isolate TR 11 was in a group of Enterobacter cloacae strain ATCC 13047 and TR 20 was in a group of Vibrio harveyi strains of NBRC 15634.

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