PEMANFAATAN BERBAGAI JENIS SILASE IKAN RUCAH PADA PRODUKSI BIOMASSA Artemia franciscana

ADITYANA , DINA (2007) PEMANFAATAN BERBAGAI JENIS SILASE IKAN RUCAH PADA PRODUKSI BIOMASSA Artemia franciscana. Other thesis, UNIVERSITAS SEBELAS MARET.

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    ABSTRACT Dina Adityana. 2007. THE UTILIZATION OF THE VARIOUS KIND OF TRASH FISH SILAGE IN THE Artemia franciscana BIOMASS PRODUCTION. Mathematic and Natural Science Faculty. Sebelas Maret University. A. franciscana as a natural feed, which is used for fish and shrimp hatchery. A. franciscana culture depend on the strain of feed given. The quantity and quality of feed determine the success of A. franciscana biomass production very much. Therefore, it needs the feeding of fish silage which is felt better than the coconut cake. Thus, it needs to be researched the best species of fish silage that can increase the A. franciscana biomass production. Purposes of the research to know the A. franciscana biomass production after it is fed by the various kind of trash fish silage and knowing the best of trash fish silage that can be used in the A. franciscana biomass production. A. franciscana was used in this research. It was reared in the conical concrete with 20 litre volume. Stocking density was 500 naupli per litre that cultured high salinity 80 g/ L. The method was used Complete Random Design consist of 5 treatments and 3 replicates. The diet was: fringescale sardine (Sardinella sp) silage, slipmouths (Leiognathus sp) silage, viscera of frigate mackerel (Aurius thazard) silage, red snapper (Lutjanus sp) silage, and coconut cake as control group. The survival rate, body length, and body weight of A. franciscana were measured and analyzed using ANOVA. Water qualities (pH, temperature, salinity, DO, and ammonia) were measured and analyzed descriptively. The result showed that slipmouths silage gave the highest survival rate (66,20%). The highest biomass production (0,644 gram/L) was found in A. franciscana feed with red snapper silage. The feeding apparently can produce body length (7,12 mm), dry weight (0,40 mg), wet weight (2,94 mg). Feed Conversion Ratio of red snapper silage (1,02) can produce Spesific Growth Rate (0,34 mg/day) and had the same spesific growth rate (p>0,05) with fringescale sardine silage. Based on the result can concluded that red snapper and slipmouths silage gave significantly (p<0,05) the highest A. franciscana biomass production.

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: Q Science > QH Natural history > QH301 Biology
    Divisions: Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam > Biologi
    Depositing User: Saputro Bagus
    Date Deposited: 15 Jul 2013 03:06
    Last Modified: 15 Jul 2013 03:06
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/4182

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