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JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
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Bird Community Structure in Karimunjawa Islands, Central Jawa Hemelda, Niarsi Merry; Khusnuzon, Ummi Syifa; Pangestu, Putri Sandy
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ABSTRAKStruktur Komunitas Burung di Kepulauan Karimunjawa Jawa Tengah. Karimunjawa sebagaisalah satu taman nasional yang memiliki berbagai macam tipe habitat dengan tingginyakeragaman jenis burung yang ada. Penelitian kesamaan keragaman jenis burung telah dilakukandi area di hutan Legon Lele, Nyamplungan,kawasan pemukiman pedesaan Karimunjawa danLegon Lele, kawasan kolam Cikemas dan Jatikerep, dan kawasan pantai Terusan, semuapendataan tersebut di lakukan di bulan Agustus 2009. Menggunakan metode titik telahterdata ada39 jenis burung ditemukan dikawasan tersebut. Indeks keragaman jens Shanonuntuk masing-masing lokasi seperti pemukiman Legon Lele (H’=2.33), pantai Terusan (H’=2.31),kolam Jatikerep (H’=2.28), kolam Cikemas (H’=2.07), hutan Legon Lele (H’=1.81), pemukimanKarimunjawa (H’=1.75), dan hutan Nyamplungan (H’=1.65).Kata kunci: Habitat, burung, Karimunjawa.
Eritrosit dan Hemoglobin pada Kelelawar Gua di Kawasan Karst Gombong, Kebumen,Jawa Tengah Wijayanti, Fahma; Solihin, Dedy Duryadi; Alikodra, Hadi Sukadi; Maryanto, Ibnu
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ABSTRACTErythrocyt and Haemoglobin on Cave Bat at Gombong Karst Area, Kebumen Regency, CentralJawa. The purpose of this study was observe physiological adaptation of the cave batsconducted from September 2009 to March 2010 in twelve caves within the karst of Gombong,Kebumen Regency, Central Java. In each caves where the bats roosting, temperature, alsohumidity, oxygen percentage in the air, and ammonia content were measured. Three individualsamples were caught from every bat roost during the day when the bats were staying in theirroosts. Then the amount of erythrocyte was counted by hemocytometer and hemoglobincontent was measured using Sahlis method. The data were analyzed using RDA and multipleregressions. It was concluded that humidity, temperature, oxygen and ammonia correlatedsignificantly with erythrocyte and hemoglobin content. The amount of erythrocyte increasedby increasing humvel.Keywords: Bat, cave, erythrocyte, haemoglobin.
Giving of Formulated Pellet on Javan Porcupine (Hystrix javanica F. Cuvier, 1823): Effects on Feed Intake, Feed Conversion, and Digestibility in Pre-Domestication Condition Farida, Wartika Rosa; Ridwan, Roni
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ABSTRAKPemberian pelet formula pada landak Jawa (Hystrix javanica F. Cuvier, 1823) : pengaruhnyaterhadap konsumsi, konversi pakan, dan kecernaan pada kondisi pra budidaya. Penelitiantelah dilakukan untuk mengetahui pengaruh pemberian pelet formula pada landak Jawa terhadapkonsumsi, konversi pakan, dan kemampuan cerna. Penelitian berlangsung selama 40 hari (12hari preliminary dan 28 hari masa pengumpulan data) di Penangkaran Mamalia Kecil, BidangZoologi, Pusat Penelitian Biologi – LIPI, Cibinong. Selama penelitian, delapan ekor landakmasing-masing ditempatkan di dalam kandang metabolik berukuran 1,4 m x 1,2 m x 1,0 m (panjangx lebar x tinggi). Rancangan penelitian adalah rancangan acak lengkap terdiri dari 4 perlakuanransum dan dua ulangan yaitu ransum kontrol (T0), ransum diberi pelet formula 50 g/ekor/hari(T1), ransum diberi pelet formula 100 g/ekor/hari (T2), dan ransum diberi pelet formula 150 g/ekor/hari (T3). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan tingkat kesukaan landak Jawa terhadap jenispakan penelitian berturut-turut adalah bengkuang, ketimun, talas belitung, pelet formula,kangkung, jagung manis, daun kitengis, kelapa, ubi jalar, dan kunyit. Konsumsi nutrien, kecualilemak pada perlakuan pemberian pelet formula (T1, T2, T3), lebih tinggi dibanding perlakuankontrol (T0). Konversi pakan pada landak T0 lebih tinggi dibandingkan pada landak T1, T2,dan T3, masing-masing 12,45%; 8,15%; 6,98%;, dan 5,58%. Kecernaan bahan kering adalah94,44% (T0); 95,79% (T1), 95,08% (T2); dan 97,16% (T3), sedangkan kecernaan bahan organikadalah 94,55% (T0), 96,16% (T1); 95,64% (T2); dan 97,45% (T3). Total digestible nutrien(TDN) tinggi pada semua perlakuan, yaitu 90,40% (T0); 92,69 % (T1); 92,03% (T2); dan 94,25%(T3) yang menggambarkan landak mampu mencerna semua nutrien pakan dengan baik.Kata kunci: pelet formula, konsumsi, konversi pakan, kecernaan, Hystrix javanica
Morfologi Larva dan Pola Infeksi Falcaustra kutcheri Bursey et.al., 2000 (Nematoda : Cosmocercoidea: Kathalaniidae) Pada Leucocephalon yuwonoi (McCord et.al., 1995) Di Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia Purwaningsih, Endang; Riyanto, Awal
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ABSTRACTMorphological Study of Larvae and Infection Pattern of Falcaustra kutcheri Bursey et.al.,2000 in Leucocephalon yuwonoi Mc Cord et.al., 1995 from Sulawesi. Some nematode parasitesFalcaustra kutcheri Bursey et.al., 2000 were found in alimentary tract of Leucocephalonyuwonoi, those were large in numbers in rectum and a small numbers in stomach. Both adultand larvae were collected from the host. The larvae were different on mouth structure and theshape of esophagus. An additional character, i.e two lateral branches of the anterior part ofintestine, that appear along the growth of larvae were reported.Key words: Nematode, Falcaustra kutcheri, infection pattern, larvae, morphology,Leucocephalon yuwonoi, Sulawesi
Kajian Hubungan Antara Fitoplankton dengan Kecepatan Arus Air Akibat Operasi Waduk Jatiluhur Harsono, Eko
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ABSTRACTStudy on The Relationship Between Phytoplankton and Current Velocities due to Operationof Jatiluhur Reservoir. High abundance of phytoplankton may create oxygen depletionwithin water column, in which may also lead as a threat to the fisheries activities of floatingcage in the Jatiluhur reservoir. In addition, phytoplankton may also clog the filter within watertreatment plant that is currently using the water from Jatiluhur reservoir. The research objectivewas investigate effects of changing water current velocity to the abundance of phytoplanktonin the Jatiluhur reservoir. Phytoplankton, measured as chlorophyll-a, were sampled at 10 differentsampling points of 0, 4, 8 and 10 m depth. While current water velocities were calculated usingtwo-dimensional multilayer equation. The equation will calculate x and y axis current velocitieswithin different depth of the reservoir. Result shows that in the area in which the currentvelocities higher than 15 cm/s less phytoplankton would be found. These velocities found ifthe operation of water discharge from reservoir was more than 70 m3/s. The research suggeststhat discharging operation from reservoir can be used as an indicator for the early warningsystem for the fisheries activities in the reservoir.Keywords: Jatiluhur reservoir, current velocity, phytoplankton abundance, reservoir operation,two-dimensional multilayer equation
Phylogenetic relationships within Cockatoos (Aves: Psittaciformes) Based on DNA Sequences of The Seventh intron of Nuclear ?-fibrinogen gene Astuti, Dwi
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ABSTRAKHubungan Kekerabatan Kakatua (Aves: Psittaciformes) Berdasarkan Sekuen DNA dariIntron ke Tujuh dari Gen ?--fibrinogen. Hubungan kekerabatan diantara burung kakatuamasih menjadi perdebatan, khususnya menyangkut posisi dari Nymphycus hollandicus. Intronpada gen ?-fibrinogen telah diketahui berguna untuk mempelajari filogeni dari beberapakelompok burung, oleh karena itu penelitian ini menggunakan sekuen DNA dari intron ketujuhpada gen ini (?-fibint7) untuk mengkonstruksi filogeni dari enam genus (Cacatua,Callocephalon, Eolophus, Calyptorhynchus, Probosciger, dan Nymphicus) yang terdapat didunia berdasarkan analisis neighbor-joining (NJ) and maximum-parsimony (MP). Ditemukanbeberapa indel (insersi-delesi) pada sekuen DNA dari â-fibint7 kakatua, sehingga panjangsekuen DNA bervariasi diantara taxa-taxa yang diteliti. Tidak terjadi saturasi antara substitusi transisi dengan transversi, dan juga antara transversi dengan jarak genetik. Tribe Cacatuiniyang terdiri dari tiga genus Cacatua, Callocephalon, dan Eolophus bersifat monophyletic.Meskipun hubungan diantara spesies dari genus Cacatua tidak terungkap dengan jelas, tetapiC. alba, C. galerita, C. goffini, C. sanguinea, C. moluccensis dan C. sulphurea berada didalam satu group, dan C. leadbeateri relatif terpisah dari species-species congeneric lainnya.Callocephalon secara filogenetik terpisah jauh dari genus-genus lainnya pada tribe Cacatuini.Tribe Calyptorhyncini yang terdiri dari Probosciger dan Calyptorhynchus adalah paraphyletic.Calyptorhynchus tampak monophyletic. Nymphicus (tribe Calopsittacini) menjadi cladebasal dari kakatua.Key words: Kekerabatan, Kakatua, Sekuen DNA, ?--fibrinogen
Profil Mamalia Kecil Gunung Slamet Jawa Tengah Maharadatunkamsi, Maharadatunkamsi
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ABSTRACTProfile of Small mammals from Gunung Slamet, Central Jawa. Research of small mammals atGunung Slamet, Central Jawa was conducted. Three types of habitats as representation ofprimary forest, secondary forest and plantation were examined at Kalipagu, Kaliwadas andBambangan in order to record its small mammals biodiversity. Combination of trapping anddirect observation recorded 31 species of small mammals from the areas observed. Shannon-Wiener index was the highest in secondary forest (3.8) compared to primary forest (3.6) andplantation (3.4). The results indicated that most small mammals of Gunung Slamet use secondaryforest for their home range. However data on microchiropterans that were more frequentlyrecorded in plantations indicated that agricultural plants were their primary foraging areas. Onthe other hand, most of small mammals species were rely on both secondary forest and primaryforest as an important food resources. The dendogram resulting from cluster analysis wasconcordant with this view. Primary forest and secondary forest clustered closely together,while plantation was recognized as a distinct group.Key words: Small mammals, Gunung Slamet, biodiversity, habitat.
Tingkat Eksploitasi Ikan Endemik Bonti-bonti (Paratherina striata) di Danau Towuti Nasution, Syahroma Husni
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ABSTRACTThe Exploitation Rate of Endemic Bonti-bonti (Paratherina striata) in Towuti Lake. Bonti-bonti(Paratherina striata) is an endemic fish species as vulnerable species to extinction. This fish livein Towuti and Mahalona Lake the tectonic-oligotrophic lakes that are located in Malili Complex,South Sulawesi. This lake is used for various purposes i.e. hydroelectric power plant, capturefishery, navigation, ecotourism and source of water for domestic uses. This lake also supports lifeof endemic fish species that should be protected from decreasing population due to intensiveexploitation. The objective of this research was to study the exploitation rate of Bonti-bonti asconservation efforts. The study was done in Towuti Lake from May 2006 to April 2007 usingdescriptive method. Utilization rate of Bonti-bonti stocks in Towuti Lake indicated an overfishingcondition of male and female population. Increasing effort (units/month) of dipnet tends to reducefishing gear productivity.Key words: exploitation rate, Bonti-bonti, endemic fish and Towuti Lake
Dimorfisme Seksual, Reproduksi dan Mangsa Kadal Ekor Panjang Takydromus sexlineatus Daudin, 1802 (Lacertilia :Lacertidae) Mumpuni, Mumpuni
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ABSTRACTSexual Dimorphism, Reproduction and Prey of Long Tailed Lizard Takydromus sexlineatusDaudin, 1802 (Lacertilia :Lacertidae). The morphology and reproductive biology of Takydromussexlineatus were studied in Bogor. Males are larger than females. There is sexual dimorphism onhead size and tail length (larger and longer tail on males) of body size among sexually matureadults, apparently as a consequence of sexual selection. The diet of T. sexlineatus consists ofvariety of insects and their larvae, arachnids, decapods and snails. Most of the diet are insect(more than 70 % for adults and juveniles). There are higher prey competitions at adult skinksbetween males and females, adult females and juveniles, but not between adult males andjuveniles. The length of adult males and females are 44.6 - 58.1 mm and 49.6 - 62.3 mm respectively,lay eggs throughout the year with 2 -3 clutches, per clutch consists of 1 - 3 eggs.Key words: Lizard, Takydromus, Ecology, Sexual Dimorphism, Prey, Reproduction, Bogor, Indonesia
Forest Condition Analysis Based on Forest Canopy ClosureWith Remote Sensing Approach Primajati,, Mahendra; Harto, Agung Budi; Sulistyawati, Endah
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ABSTRAKAnalisis Kondisi Hutan Berdasarkan Tutupan Kanopi Menggunakan Pendekatan RemoteSensing. Pengurangan luasan hutan masih menjadi problem di Indonesia teristimewa untukPulau Jawa dengan kondisi populasi penduduk yang terpandat. Untuk mengetahui seberapajauh perubahan kawasan Gunung Papandayan terhadap fungsi bentang ekologinya makadicoba analisis satelit SPOT 2 tahun 2008 dengan standart koreksi pada level 2A. Prosesingdata satelit dilaksanakan dengan melakukan pengukuran awal meliputi radiometri, geometri,dan koreksi topografi untuk memisahkan bentuk bentang penggunaan berupa hutan dan ataulainnya. Penutupan kanopi dicatat menggunakan foto digital dan dianalisis menggunakanperangkat lunak RGBFisheye. Hasil penelitian dapat ditunjukkan bahwa kawasan Papandayanterdiri dari kawasan hutan terbuka (10-40%), semi tertutup (40-70%) dan tertutup (>70%). Hasilanalisis juga dapat dihitung seluas 16,846 ha. Sebagian hutan merupakan hutan semi terbuka(49,38% atau 8983 ha) yang terdiri dari 3604 tapak sedangkan hutan terbuka terdiri dari 15,07%(2741 ha) dan tersusun 16450 tapak.Kata kunci: Kondisi hutan, tutpan kanopi, photograph, Gunung Papandayan.

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