Biopopulasi Lobster Air Tawar: Kunci Keseimbangan Ekosistem di Danau Laut Tawar Aceh

Biopopulasi lobster air tawar di danau laut tawar Aceh memiliki peran ekologis yang sangat penting. Lobster ini berfungsi sebagai predator alami yang menjaga keseimbangan ekosistem dengan memangsa ikan kecil dan invertebrata serta membantu menjaga kualitas air dengan mengonsumsi sisa-sisa organik. Namun, tantangan lingkungan seperti perubahan iklim dan aktivitas manusia, seperti penangkapan berlebihan dan degradasi habitat,…

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Analysis of Vannamei Shrimp Aquaculture Techniques

The cultivation of Vannamei shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) has rapidly evolved into a thriving industry in recent years. Effective cultivation techniques are the key to success in shrimp farming. Several aspects need to be analyzed to enhance the productivity and quality of Vannamei shrimp production, including: Through careful analysis and implementation of appropriate cultivation techniques, Vannamei…

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Enhancing Shellfish Quality with Boiler-Based Steamers

Traditionally, fishermen boil shellfish using large pans and often reuse water, making them vulnerable to Escherichia coli and Salmonella sp. contamination. Endotoxins from Escherichia coli can cause severe diarrhea, while Salmonella sp. in food can lead to gastrointestinal infections. Fishermen typically use well water for washing and boiling shellfish, falling short of sanitation standards. Microbial…

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Fluctuations in Asymmetry of Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) at the Kabat Fish Hatchery Center in Banyuwangi, Indonesia

The common carp (Cyprinus carpio), among the top five cultivated fish commodities, is a crucial animal protein source in many developing countries. Numerous breeding programs have been implemented to enhance the productivity and quality of common carp fingerlings, resulting in a variety of body colors and morphologies. Quality fingerlings ensure the sustainability of carp aquaculture….

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Study on the Storage Stability of Mangrove Rosella Syrup

Indonesia boasts vast maritime and marine potential. As a coastal nation, it possesses abundant natural resources, both biotic and abiotic, as well as artificial resources and environmental services crucial for the livelihoods of its people. Coastal areas comprise various ecosystems, including coral reefs, beaches, estuaries, and seagrass beds. Among these ecosystems, mangrove forests stand out…

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Enhancing Growth in Rasbora argyrotaenia through Mucuna pruriens Seed Extract Supplementation

The Rasbora argyrotaenia, a local fish species, relies predominantly on wild capture in Indonesia, with East Java being a province with significant production. However, there has been a decline in the availability of these fish, from 7.00 tons in 2014 to 1.00 ton in 2021 (KKP, 2021). Despite increasing demand, dwindling natural resources present an…

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Optimizing Tilapia Cultivation: The Impact of Stocking Density on Growth and Survival of Fingerlings

In an effort to enhance the efficiency of tilapia cultivation, recent research offers valuable insights into the influence of stocking density on the growth and survival of tilapia fingerlings (Oreochromis niloticus). This study explores how different stocking densities affect the specific growth rate and survival rate of tilapia, providing valuable data for more sustainable aquaculture…

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