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Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan
Published by Universitas Riau
ISSN : 08537607     EISSN : 27218902     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.31258/jpk
Journal of Fisheries and Marine was published by the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine of the Universitas Riau in 2007. The scope of the research included: Aquaculture, fisheries socioeconomic, fisheries technology, management of aquatic resources, utilization of fisheries and marine resources
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INDUSTRI GALANGAN KAPAL KAYU DI PESISIR RIAU Ahmad, Muchtar; Nofrizal, Nofrizal
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.37-47

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Base on the survei and field visiting at the location of dockyard industry, thestate of traditional dockyard management and technology reported. Traditionaldockyards use wood as raw materials for building mostly small fishing boat of less than5 GT. The location of dockyard is built open on the bank of riverside in the coastal areawithout any covered building. Facilities in the traditional dockyard as well asinfrastructure ro the location are almost nothing deliberately built. The dockyardpersists on the wetland environment, swampy area, and unhealthy working condition.The management of the dockyard is family wise as it belongs to the one core family, butthe boat craft man mostly recruite from extended family. While the technology usedmostly come from the long experiences working in the famili or other dockyard. Themain problem of the traditional dockyard is the raw wood materials are scarce anddifficult to get it, except by high price, whilst capital to secure materials stockunavailable. The consequence, five of seven traditional dockyard surveied have beenstopping to product a new boat; and frustrating to pace the future. The probableeffective idea of way out to the situation is to use alternative wooden materialsubstitution such as FRP.
QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS FERMENTED TILAPIA (Oreochromis niloticus) DIFFERENT CARBOHYDRATE SOURCE Sari, N Ira; Dahlia, Dahlia; Octavian, Deby
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.76-85

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The research was conducted in the Laboratory of Fish Processing Technology,Food Chemistry and Food Microbiology, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine ScienceUniversity of Riau. The objective of this study was to determine the characteristics offermented tilapia fermented with different carbohydrate sources. About 5 kg fishweighting 100 gr each was taken from a fish market in Pekanbaru. Two groups of fishwas fermented repeatedly using roasted rice and fermented bamboo shoot. The fish wasfermented at room temperature for 7 days. Quality characteristics of the fermented fishwas evaluated for sensory atributes (appearance, flavor, odor, and texture), chemicalvalue ( pH, moisture, NPN, lactic acid), and lactic acid bacteria count. The fish whichwas fermented with roasted rice was characterized by appearance (attractive, clean,yellowish color), flavor (sour and salty, typical fermentation), odor (acid/alcohol, lessfresh, typical fermentation) and texture (dense, compact, chewy). Chemical value: pH(5,91), moisture (53,6%), NPN (0,12 ml/gr), and lactic acid (1,23 ml/gr), lactic acidbacteria count (5,44 x 106). Fish fermented with fermented bamboo shoot wascharacterized by appearance (attractive, less clean, opaque), flavor (sour and salty, lesssavory, not typical fermentation), odor (acids and less alcohol, typical fermentation) andtexture (elastic, compact, chewy). Chemical value: pH (5,38), moisture (59,79%), NPN(0,19 %), and lactic acid (1,71 %), lactic acid bacteria count (8,167 x 106 colony/gr).Keywords: Fermented tilapia, roasted rice, and bamboo shoots
PERKEMBANGAN DIAMETER TELUR IKAN BETOK (Anabas Testudineus) YANG DIBERI PAKAN DIPERKAYA VITAMIN E DENGAN DOSIS BERBEDA Etika, Desmi; Muslim, Muslim; Yulisman, Yulisman
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.26-36

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The aims of this research was to know the development of egg diameter ofclimbing perch were feed enriched used different dosage of vitamin E. The experimentwas arrenged in a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 3replicated. The treatments was vitamin E (V.E) consist of, V.E0 (0 mg.kg-1) withoutvitamin E, V.E1 (100 mg.kg-1), V.E2 (150 mg.kg-1), V.E3 (200 mg.kg-1), V.E4 (250mg.kg-1) of feed. Parameters observed consist of eggs diameter development, gonadmaturity levels and water quality. The results of study showed that the enrichment of150 mg.kg-1 vitamin E on feed was provided response on the development of the eggdiameter (0.401 mm) and reached gonad spawned stage that showed by the transparantcolour of eggs (mature). Water quality parameter during rearing was still in tolerantrange of climbing perch.
KONTRIBUSI USAHA PENGUMPULAN LIMBAH PENAMBANGAN BATUBARA BAGI PENGHASILAN RUMAH TANGGA NELAYAN (Kasus Nelayan di Kelurahan Pasar Bengkulu, Kota Bengkulu) Ramli, M; Khairunnisa, Khairunnisa
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.68-75

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Later fishing village Bengkulu Bengkulu City Market preoccupied with collectingwaste (residual leaching) of coal waste in the river Bengkulu. The waste collection bringadditional income for the families of fishermen who collect it. This study aims todetermine how many additional (contributed) coal waste collection for the familyincome of fishermen. Based on the results of the study contribute to the waste collectionfishermen families are quite large, reaching 41.91 % of total family income. Justunfortunately not all of the fishing village of Bengkulu market perform these activities,although they are a lot of free time, not a good time and the time after return to sea tosea. It is recommended to fishermen who have a lot of spare time to use it do extraefforts producer, for example coal waste collection (residual leaching) of coal miners .
ANALYSIS OF CONTENT HEAVY METALS IN VARIOUS FISH SPECIES IN BATANG TORU RIVER, AEK PAHU TOMBAK AND AEK PAHU HUTAMOSU DISTRICT SOUTH TAPANULI Sirait, Hariadi; Barus, Ternala A; Wahyuningsih, Hesti
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.12-25

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Research about content of heavy metals in various fish species have been done inBatang Toru River, Aek Pahu Tombak and Aek Pahu Hutamosu district South Tapanuliin March-April 2013. The purpose of this study was to determine the content of heavymetals that accumulate in the body of fish and the water, and to determine the waterquality of River Batang Toru, Aek Pahu Tombak and Aek Pahu Hutamosu. The methodfor determining the location of sampling for fish sample is "Purposive RandomSampling" in 6 (six) observation stations. Analysis of heavy metal analyzed on fishmeat and water using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometric (AAS). The resultsshowed that the content of heavy metal in fish body didn’t exceeded the qualitystandard by SNI/7387/2009. Content of heavy metals accumulated in the water didn’texceeded the quality standard based on Regulation No.82 of 2001. Aek Pahu TombakRiver has a very good quality of water but Batang Toru River and Aek Pahu Hutamosuhave a good quality of water.
KARAKTERISTIK KWETIAU YANG DITAMBAH TEPUNG TAPIOKA DAN RUMPUT LAUT Gracilaria gigas HARVEY Hardoko, Hardoko; Saputra, Tefvina Irma; Anugrahati, Nuri Arum
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.1-11

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Gracilaria gigas, an edible seaweed was used as gelling agent. The objective ofthis study were to observe the effect of Gracilaria gigas addition as flat rice noodles’gelling agent. The experimental method was conducted to determine the bestconcentration of tapioca and concentration of Glacilaria powder (0%, 5%, 10%,15%,20%, 25%, and 30% based on total rice and tapioca flour weight) of flat rice noodlecharacteristic. The result showed that the best flat rice noodles made from 28.6% IR 64rice flour, 20% tapioca starch addition (based on rice flour weight), and 20% seaweedflour addition (based on total rice and tapioca flour weight). The addition of 20%seaweed flour (based on total rice and tapioca flour weight) on flat rice noodle gave thebest organoleptic acceptance and greater chewiness than others.
PENDEDERAN LARVA IKAN TAMBAKAN (Helostoma temmincki) DENGAN PADAT TEBAR BERBEDA Joko, Joko; Muslim, Muslim; HT, Ferdinand
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.59-67

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The aimed of this research was to find out survival rate and growth of kissinggouramy larvae with different stocking density. Research used Completely RandomizedDesign (CRD) with five treatments and three replications. The treatment was useddifferent of stocking density were 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14 larvae per liter. Result of researchshowed that the different of stocking density was significant on length and weightgrowth, but not significant for survival rate. Stocking density with six larvae per literwas resulted the highest value consist of absolute length growth (3.2±0.0 cm per larvae),absolute weight growth (476.67±11.55 mg per larvae) and survival rate (60.55±1.27 %).Physical-Chemical parameters of water during research was in optimal range weretemperature 26-280C, pH 6.9-7.1, dissolved oxygen 4.00-4.09 mg.L-1 and ammonia0.004–0.013 mg.L-1.
STUDI KOMPARASI JENIS MAKANAN IKAN KEPERAS (Puntius binotatus) DI SUNGAI AEK PAHU TOMBAK, AEK PAHU HUTAMOSU DAN SUNGAI PARBOTIKAN KECAMATAN BATANG TORU TAPANULI SELATAN Situmorang, Toberni S; Barus, Ternala A; Wahyuningsih, Hesti
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 18, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jpk.18.2.48-58

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Research about comparative study of food types of fish Keperas (P. binotatus) inthe river of Aek Pahu Tombak, Aek Pahu Hutamosu and river of Parbotikan DistrictBatang Toru that have aim to determine the types of food in fish and feeding habit ofPuntius binotatus. The research was occured in the river of Aek Pahu Tombak, AekPahu Hutamosu dan river of Parbotikan District Batang Toru in January-March2013.The method of fishing is used by elektrofising gear 12 volt. The analysis of dataincludes the relationship of fish length and weight, condition factor, bulk index (IndexPropenderance), the index of food options, wider food niche, and niche overlap of food.The result showed that fish keperas (P. binotatus) eat 6 groups of organisms that arepresent in all research station, types of Bacillariophyceae is the main food,Chlorophyceae, Monogononta, Ciliophora, and detritus as a supplement food, andCyanophyceae as additives food.

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