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Aceh Journal of Animal Science

Aceh Journal of Animal Science

Because pelagic fish are highly aggregated, the time was taken to catch them is short in comparison to the time spent searching for them. Modern fishing of pelagic fish is mostly dependent on detection and location of fish shoals by hydroacoustic instruments (Misund, 1997). Larger purse seiners (> 40 m) have a low frequency, low-resolution sonar (18–34 kHz) for detecting fish shoals at long range, and a high-frequency, high-resolution sonar (120–180 kHz) for more detailed mapping of shoal size and fish behavior in relation to the vessel and the net. In addition to this equipment, pelagic trawlers have
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this PDF file Check list of marine fishes from Simeulue Island waters, Aceh Province, Indonesia | Batubara | Aceh Journal of Animal Science 1 PB

this PDF file Check list of marine fishes from Simeulue Island waters, Aceh Province, Indonesia | Batubara | Aceh Journal of Animal Science 1 PB

The objective of the present study was to inventory the marine commercial fishes in Simeulue waters, Aceh Province, Indonesia. Sampling was conducted on August 2017. The sampling was conducted in fish landing and direct sampling by using handline hooks and casting net. A total of 77 species of marine commercial fishes belong to 7 orderS, 26 families and 54 genera were recorded during the study. Serranidae was a predominant family with 14 species followed by Lutjanidae with 13 species and Carangidae 9 species. Keywords: Simeulue; Serrinidae; Lutjanidae; Carangidae
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INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS MEDIA PETERNAKAN Journal of Animal Science and Technology (Revised Edition 2016)

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS MEDIA PETERNAKAN Journal of Animal Science and Technology (Revised Edition 2016)

All persons listed as authors should qualify for au- thorship. Such authorship should be limited to persons who have contributed significantly to the conception, design, execution, data acquisition, data analysis or interpretation of the manuscript. All other persons who have participated in certain important aspects of the research but do not qualify as authors, then they should be acknowledged. Authorship is a responsibility of the corresponding author; he or she should ensure that all appropriate co-authors are included in the manuscript. The corresponding author, on behalf of all co-authors, should submit a form stating that all of them have seen and approved the final version of the manuscript and have agreed to submit it for publication.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS MEDIA PETERNAKAN Journal of Animal Science and Technology (Revised Edition 2016)

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS MEDIA PETERNAKAN Journal of Animal Science and Technology (Revised Edition 2016)

Authors are obliged to follow in peer review pro- cess set by Media Peternakan. Authors are responsible to provide original and accurate data (no plagiarism, no fraudulent data) concerning the manuscript submitted, and to provide the data when they are requested. The submitted manuscript should not be under consider- ation or accepted for publication elsewhere. Where parts of the data have been published elsewhere, the sources have to be acknowledged or cited accordingly. When reproducing data from other sources, proper citation and permission are required. Authors should ensure that studies involving animals are performed accord- ing to animal ethics and welfare. Any potential conflict of interest has to be declared including any financial, personal, or other relationships with other people or or- ganizations related to their work that could affect their work. All sources of financial supports for the research project and study sponsor(s) (if any) along with their role in the research or study, should be disclosed in the Acknowledgement. Authors are requested to be willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when needed.
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JURNAL SAIN PETERNAKAN INDONESIA (Indonesia Animal Science Journal)

JURNAL SAIN PETERNAKAN INDONESIA (Indonesia Animal Science Journal)

Tortilla Chips is a typical Mexican food in the form of cassava chips, flat round shape, golden brown color and crispy and savory taste. The process of making tortilla chips that use local materials eel that is widely available in the Bengkulu area and has a high nutritional value that is in the eel 100g contains 19 grams of protein, unsaturated fatty acids 12 g, Vitamin A at 4700 IU, 1337 mg of DHA, and EPA 742 mg.This studyaimed todetermine the effect ofaddition offish mealeelvariationon water contentandorganoleptic qualitytortilla chips..This study was conducted using a completely randomized design. Organoleptic analysis of the test data were analyzed using the Kruskal-Wallis test significant if it is followed by Mann Whitney test, while for the water content in the data analysis by One Way Anova test and if the test continued with significant LSD.The results of water content test showed no effect of fish meal on the eel to the water content in the tortilla chips which show the value of ρ = 0.000 (ρ <0,05). While the results of organoleptic tests found no effect of adding flour to the organoleptic quality eel color, flavor, and texture of the tortilla chips, so it is not followed by Mann Whitney test.The addition of flour tortilla chips eel at a concentration of 10% is the addition of the most ideal and most preferred by the panelists of the organoleptic quality of the color, flavor, and texture. This research can be continued to test the protein in tortilla chips eel.
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JURNAL SAIN PETERNAKAN INDONESIA (Indonesia Animal Science Journal)

JURNAL SAIN PETERNAKAN INDONESIA (Indonesia Animal Science Journal)

The research was aimed to reduce blood cholesterol. The research design used was completely randomized design with three treatment groups with four Bali cows in each treatment. The research was conducted for eight weeks. Temulawak paste was mixed into concentrate. The treatments were P0 (control group), P1 (6% lemuru fish oil, 1% olive oil, 37.3% rice brand, 62.7% corn meal, 7% layer concentrate, 200 grams temulawak paste) and P2 (8% lemuru fish oil, 2% olive oil, 37.3% rice brand, 62.7% corn meal, 7% layer concentrate, 200 grams temulawak paste). The concentrate was given 1% and 10% grass of body weight. Variables observed were production performance and blood cholesterol level. The collected data were statistically analysed by using Least Significance Different (LSD). Results showed that concentrate intake, water intake and pasture consumption were insignificantly different (P<0.05). However, there was a significant increase on body weight gain (P2, 0.270 kg/day/cow and P3, 0.258 kg/day/cow). Moreover, blood cholesterol level decreased significantly from 106.25±2.61 mg/dl to 70.25±1.835 mg/dl and gradually decreased to 58.50±3.293 mg/dl (P<0.05). Similarly, blood triglyceride level was also decreased significantly by 1.322 mg/dl (P<0.05). In contrast, HDL level increased significantly from 31.00±0.95 mg/dl to 58.50±1.393 mg/dl (P<0.05). LDL level decreased from 36.00±1.408 mg/dl to 20.50±1.558 mg/dl (P<0.05).
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The Changing of Broilers’Blood Component at Various Environmental Temperatures and Times of Sampling

The Changing of Broilers’Blood Component at Various Environmental Temperatures and Times of Sampling

Harlova et al. (2002) reported that erithrocyte, leucocyte, hemoglobin and hemotocrite of heat-stressed were significantly lower than control. Similar result was showed by Kusnadi (2008), that blood component of broilers 4 and 6 weeks of age reared at 33.5°C, significantly lower than 28.55°C. Zhang et al. (2007) reported that erithrocyte, hematocrit and hemoglobin of broiler reared at low altitude (100 m) were 1770000/mL, 29.73% and 9.49 g/mL, significantly lower than at high altitude (2900 m) of 2860000/mL, 36.49% and 10.45 g/mL respectively. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of environmental temperatures and times of sampling on blood component of broilers.
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177502 EN effect of different mordants on cotton c

177502 EN effect of different mordants on cotton c

Different types of mordant added to the same natural dye produced by Aspergillus spp. or Penicillium spp. may drastically alter the colour and influence the shades of the final cotton cloth colour which may be a desired effect or an unwanted result. Similar result reported that different shades obtained from natural dye extracted from the flowers of Tecomastanswhen applyingdifferent mordants like copper sulphate, ferrous sulphate, ferric chloride, potassium dichromate, myrobolon, and cow dung (Chandra Mohan et al., 2012).Uddin (2014) also noted that depending on the metal character of mordants, the complex formation not only strengthens dye fixation on the substrate but also changes the colour of dyeing.
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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Data Integration of Cost Materials Needs through a Service Oriented Architecture (Study Case PT X Garment Ungaran)

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Data Integration of Cost Materials Needs through a Service Oriented Architecture (Study Case PT X Garment Ungaran)

Data processing is an important part of a garment company. With increasingly complex and developing a garment company, data processing and integration became a very important requirement. The need for data integration in determining the cost of materials becomes a very important part in the garment industry. Data distribution or dissemination from one to another section gives results in data duplication, so that it may cause the data to be inconsistent. In addition, the efficiency of the process in determining the cost of materials is highly needed to achieve the selling price determination target. Nowadays, there is web-based technology, which is capable of handle data integration service, called SOA (Service Oriented Architecture). Business processes (work flows) involving the supplier need to go back to the supplier with the output price that has been determined by the system, can be integrated with Web service with concentration of BPELSOA. By utilizing the SOA technology then data processing and integration problems that occurred in the garment industry could be made into an integrated information system, so that the problems in the garment industry can be solved.
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fulltext avsah v4 id1031

fulltext avsah v4 id1031

Mean of packed cell volume (PCV) varies among risk factors. Trypanosomes infected cattle mean PCV 17.767%, 95% CI: 15.96 – 19.58% lower than non-infected cattle mean PCV 20.542%, 95% CI: 20.14 – 20. 95%. his could be due to aneamic nature of trypanosomosis and malnutrition. Mean PCV of male 20.274%, 95% CI: 19.78 – 20.77% lower than female cattle mean PCV 20.450%, 95% CI: 19.76 – 21.14%; medium body condition score PCV 20.090%, 95% CI: 19.53 – 20.65% lower than poor and good body condition score cattle 20.685%, 95% CI; 19.96 – 21.41% and 20.511%, 95% CI: 19.59 – 21.43%, respectively and all risk factors statistically associated (P < 0.05) with PCV. Analogous to the previous report of Takile et al [14] in Guto Gida (20.23%) district, Begna et al [15] in Humbo (20.2%) district, Tola et al [16] in Chora (19.02%) district, Kassaye [17] in Sayonole (20.86%) district, Kassaye and Tsegaye [12] in Dale Wabera (20.9%) and Dale sedi (20.3%) districts and [23] in western Oromia (22.88%). Diference in aneamia status in trypanosome infected cattle was probably due to discrepancy in ecology [20], nutritional status [24], animal breed [25], season of the study [19], tsetse control and trypanocidal drug utilization level [26] and/or diagnostic method employed [27,28].
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BIBLIOGRAPHY  The Impoliteness Strategies Found in Ron Clark Story Movie.

BIBLIOGRAPHY The Impoliteness Strategies Found in Ron Clark Story Movie.

Pennanen, Satu Pauliina. 2013. The Structure of Impolite Events in Computer-Mediated Conversation: Insulting Adjectives in Comments on a Discussion Board of a CNN U.S News Piece. Helsinki: English Philology Department of Modern Languages, University of Helsinki.

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Performance of Grade-1 Kids as A Result of Grading-Up Between Local Goats and Boer Goats

Performance of Grade-1 Kids as A Result of Grading-Up Between Local Goats and Boer Goats

This research was conducted to get information on performances of grade-1 kid as a result of grading- up between Etawa Grade goat or Kacang Goat and Boer Goat. Some variables observed were litter size, sex, birth type, and birth weight. Does used in this research were 80 heads, consisted of Etawa grade does (40 heads) and Kacang does (40 heads). They were reared by the farmers intensively in Batu Kramat Village, Kotaagung Timur District, Tanggamus Regency. Artificial Insemination was applied for the mating. Twenty Etawa grade does and twenty Kacang does were mated to Boer buck (BP and BK), while twenty Etawa grade does and twenty Kacang does were mated to Etawa buck and Kacang buck respectively (PP and KK). The result showed that litter size in all mating (BP, BK, PP, and KK) was not significantly different (P>0.05). Sex of KK male kid was the highest (60%), while the lowest was BK grade 1 (33%). BK female kid was the highest (67%), while the lowest was KK kid; the birth type (twin and triplet) of PP was higher (70%) than BP (45%); birth weight of BP was higher (P<0.05) than PP, and birth weight of BK were also higher (P<0.05) than KK.
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Association of Polymorphisms Calpastatin Gene with Body Weight of Local Sheep in Jonggol, Indonesia

Association of Polymorphisms Calpastatin Gene with Body Weight of Local Sheep in Jonggol, Indonesia

Calpastatin (CAST) gene is located on the fi fth chromosome of sheep and plays important roles in formation of muscles and meat tenderness after slaughtering. Association of genetic polymorphism in the CAST gene locus MspI and NcoI with body weight was examined in local sheep from Jonggol Animal Science Teaching and Research Unit (JASTRU), Faculty of Animal Science, Bogor Agricultural University. The genotypes for CAST were determined by the PCR-RLFP method. Blood samples were collected from 264 local sheep belonging to JASTRU located in Singosari Village, Bogor District, West Java Province. Extraction of genomic DNA was based on the phenol chloroform method. CAST locus MspI had three genotypes including in MM, MN and NN with frequencies of 0.75, 0.23, and 0.02 respectively. CAST locus NcoI had two genotypes including in MM and MN with frequencies of 0.92, 0.08 respectively. Chi-square test confi rmed Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium for the CAST locus MspI and NcoI. There was no signifi cant eff ects (P>0.05) of CAST locus MspI and NcoI genotypes on body weight of local sheep in JASTRU.
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Early Growth of Panicum sarmentosum Roxb. – A Promising Grass in Livestock - Coconut Integration System

Early Growth of Panicum sarmentosum Roxb. – A Promising Grass in Livestock - Coconut Integration System

Coconut plantations have been long widely used as growing area. In Central Sulawesi this integrated system traditionally plays important roles in small scale farmers. In Central Sulawesi, the system is suitable and productive forage genotypes are important aspect for the production systems. Panicum sarmentosum and Panicum maximum were compared in a plot trial under coconut plantation at Lalombi of Lembasada village, South Banawa, district of Donggala. The treatments: P. sarmentosum, P. maximum, P. sarmentosum with Desmanthus virgatus, and P. maximum with D. virgatus were replicated 5 times. The 20 experimental units were arranged in completely block randomized design. This paper reports plant height, number of tiller, and herbage production at the early growth, 8 weeks after planting, of the grasses. The study has shown that P. sarmentosum grew better than P. maximum, both on grass monoculture, and on mixed-with desmanthus. P. sarmentosum and P. maximum did not differ statistically in plant heights, neither without (149.3 cm vs. 141.7 cm), nor with desmanthus (138.7 cm vs. 133.9 cm). Nevertheless, the number of tillers and dry forage yields of P.sarmentosum was significantly higher than those of P. maximum, both without and with desmanthus, i.e.; 145 vs. 81 and 124 vs. 75, and 425.6 vs. 235.1 kg/ha and 316.5 vs. 141.2 kg/ha, respectively. The correlation of these two attributes is also significantly high (R 2 = 0.9132). This result has suggested that P. sarmentosum grows better than P. maximum that well adapts under shade. It is concluded, therefore, P. sarmentosum is another promising grass for use in shaded niches.
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fulltext avsah v3 id1027

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Ethiopia posse’s about 53.99 million heads of cattle [1]. In spite of the large population of cattle, productivity in Ethiopia is low due to poor nutrition, reproduction insuiciency, management constraints and prevailing animal disease [2]. Gastrointestinal parasites are considered as the major diseases of cattle in the country. Helminths parasite infections in cattle are of the major importance in many agro-ecological zones and are a primary factor in the reduction of production and productivity of livestock. he losses caused by parasites can be distinguished in to direct and indirect losses. Direct losses include those due to acute illness and death and condemnation of organs and carcasses at meat inspection, whilst indirect losses include the diminution of productive potential such as decreased growth rate, weight loss in young growing animals and late maturity of slaughter stock [3].
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Directory UMM :Data Elmu:jurnal:J-a:Journal Of Business Research:Vol49.Issue3.2000:

Directory UMM :Data Elmu:jurnal:J-a:Journal Of Business Research:Vol49.Issue3.2000:

Spake, Deborah F., and Harmon, Susan K.: Assessing Productivity Colquitt, L. Lee, Dumm, Randy E., and Gustavson, Sandra G.: Risk Based on Publication in the Top Four Marketing Journals, 1990– and Insurance Research Productivity: 1987–1996. Journal of Risk 1996: A Multiple Method Approach, in Enhancing Knowledge De- and Insurance 65 (1998): 711–742. velopment in Marketing (Vol. 8), William M. Pride, and G. Tomas Cote, Joseph A., Leong, Siew M., and Cote, John: Assessing the M. Hult, eds., American Marketing Association, Chicago, IL.

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Increasing the Egg Weight of Burgo Chicken Offspring through Cross-Mating Between Burgo Chicken with Native Chicken

Increasing the Egg Weight of Burgo Chicken Offspring through Cross-Mating Between Burgo Chicken with Native Chicken

Burgo chicken was wide-spread in Bengkulu. It showed the variety of fowl in Bengkulu that could be a native asset of Bengkulu’s Indigenous (Setianto et al., 2009). Burgo chicken was the result of cross-mating type between Red Jungle Cock (Gallus gallus) with native hen (Gallus domestica) (Warnoto, 2000). This cross-mating type had produced new species that had superiority. Superiority that Burgo chickens have is the resistance of many kinds of disease, high egg production, attractive feather color and specific hi-pitched crow.
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177456 EN biochar and tillage systems influenced o

177456 EN biochar and tillage systems influenced o

Table 3 shows the water content in lowest field capacity occurred in minimum tillage indicated by the water content at pF 2.54 amounted to 22.36% and the highest water content occurred on no tillage that is amounted to 25.16%. Tillage operation influenced the amount of water hold in the soil. Seems that this type of soil was rather structure less, thus once it is tilled, and the pores that hold water become disturbed and less. Lal and Shukla (2004) stated that soil water content at -0.3 bar of water potential or pF 2.54 is the upper limit of moisture content that a soil can hold. It is the moisture content when all macro pores or transmission pores have been drained and water in the macrospores has been replaced by air. There are numerous soil factors that affect water content at pF 2.54. Important among these are texture and especially the clay content, clay minerals, porosity and pore size distribution, and soil organic matter content.
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177516 EN inhibitory action of rice husk extract r

177516 EN inhibitory action of rice husk extract r

Inhibitors are commonly used to prevent metal dissolution as well as acid consumption and retard the corrosive attack on metallic materials. The electronic characteristic of the asdorbate molecules , the solution of chemical composition, the Nature of metallic surface, the temperature of the reactions, the immersion time and the electrochemical potential at the metal –solution interface determine the adsorption degree and hence the inhibition efficiency (Zarrouk et al., 2010). Furthermore, corrosion inhibitors gives the benefits of longevity of process vessels, installations and facilities, reduced maintenance and replacement, and significantly reduced failure rates (Alaneme et al., 2016).
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Directory UMM :Data Elmu:jurnal:S:Small Ruminant Research:Vol38.Issue1.Sep2000:

Directory UMM :Data Elmu:jurnal:S:Small Ruminant Research:Vol38.Issue1.Sep2000:

Four 18±26 months old castrated Borno white So- koto Red goats with an initial mean live-weight of 12.4 0.9 kg were placed in individual metabolism stalls and randomly allocated to one of the four browse species in a 4 4 Latin square design. Each treatment period consisted of 3 weeks with an adjustment period of 2 weeks preceding each 7 day urine and faeces collection periods. The browse species were all legu- minous and consisted of: Ziziphus spinochrist, Wild., Acacia albida, Del., Sterculia satigera, Guill. and Anogeissus licocarpus, Guill. One kilogram (Branches with leaves) were harvested from each browse species from ®ve different plants within the (9 km 2 area) Maiduguri area of northeast Nigeria,
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