UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA



Detail Article

Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan & Kelautan

ISSN 2085-5842

Vol. 5 / No. 2 / Published : 2013-11

Order : 2, and page :123 - 127

Related with : Scholar   Yahoo!   Bing

Original Article :

Potential use of red algae ethanol extract (kappaphycus alvarezii) as formalin substitute natural preservative in meat fish

Author :

  1. Wahju Tjahyaningsih,*1
  2. Mochammad Amin Alamsjah*2
  3. Annur Ahadi Abdillah *3
  1. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan
  2. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan
  3. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan

Abstract :

Fish meat is more nutritious source of protein and relatively safe for human consumption. Fish meat more easily damaged  than red meat product quality, so it is necessary that the process of pickling fish maintained in fresh condition and suitable for consumption. The ethanol extract of red algae  Kappaphycus alvarezii  been known  have antioxidant and antimicrobial effects, so need some research on the use of red algae extract as a preservative.  Red algae extract with a concentration of 400 ppm, 500 ppm, 600 ppm and 1 % formalin, each sample is used as a meat preservative  for tilapia fillets as  40 grams. Samples of tilapia meat is soaked in an preservative solution as long as 60 minutes. During immersion, the samples of tilapia meat stored at room temperature. Observation of tilapia meat quality  is done about six hours after meat removed from the preservative solution. Fish meat quality were analyzed to describe the organoleptic quality, methods of the TPC, and proximate analysis. The results showed that the ethanol extract of red algae Kappaphycus alvarezii  600 ppm has potential as a natural preservative based on test results of TPC, proximate and organoleptic test.  

Keyword :

ethanol extract, Kappaphycus alvarezii, TPC, proximate, organoleptic ,


References :

S.Hadiwiyoto,(1993) Teknologi Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan. Yogyakarta : Liberty Y





Archive Article

Cover Media Content

Volume : 5 / No. : 2 / Pub. : 2013-11
  1. Engineering Technology Fermentation Waste Seaweed As Probiotics On The Cultivation Of Intensive Fish Aquaponic System
  2. Potential Use Of Red Algae Ethanol Extract (kappaphycus Alvarezii) As Formalin Substitute Natural Preservative In Meat Fish
  3. Potency Analysis Of Sonneratia Sp. At East Coast Surabaya Through Ecology And Social Economy Studies
  4. Application Of Black Soldier Fly Larval (hermetia Illucens) As Feed And Artificial Feed (pellets) For Rainbow Kurumoi Fish (melanotaenia Parva)
  5. Technologi Engineering Chitosan As A Preservative And Elevated Levels Of A Protein On Tofu
  6. Raffinose Exploration Cotton Seeds Lieu Of Formalin In Preserving Fish
  7. Substitution Effect Of Artemia Spp. With Golden Snail (pomacea Canaliculata) And Worm (lumbricus Rubellus) On The Growth And Protein Retention Snakehead Seed (channa Striata)
  8. The Granting Of An Enzyme Lignosellulosa In Feed Artificial On The Growth And The Survival Rate Seed Gourami (osphronemus Gouramy Lac.)
  9. Comparative Study Of Ability Nannochloropsis Sp. And Spirulina Sp. As Agent Bioremediation Of Heavy Metal Plumbum (pb)
  10. Comparative Study Of Ability Nannochloropsis Sp. And Chlorella Sp. As Agent Bioremediation Of Heavy Metal Plumbum (pb)
  11. Study Of Bioaccumulation Heavy Metal Mercury (hg) On Local Sea Cucumber (phyllophorus Sp.) From Surabaya East Coast – East Java
  12. Exploration The Candidate Probiotic Bacteria In Mangrove Mud Wonorejo
  13. Study Of Heavy Metal Lead (pb) In Fish, Crustaceans And Mollusks At The Northern Coast Of Bangkalan, Madura
  14. Measurements Of Extract Ether Digestibility, Organic Matter And Energy Feed In Tilapia (oreochromis Niloticus) Using Surgery Techniques
  15. Subtitution Of Soybean Meal With Fermented Lamtoro (leucaena Glauca) On Growth And Feed Efficiency Of Tilapia Fish (oreochromis Niloticus)
  16. The Potential Antagonistic Bacterium Lactobacillus Plantarum Against Bacterial Pathogens Aeromonas Salmonicida By In Vitro
  17. Correlation Of Growth And Carragenan Content Of Kappaphycus Alvarezii And Eucheuma Spinosum By Different Distance Placement Of Floating Rafts At The Grujugan Village, Sub-district Gapura, Residence Of Sumenep