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Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan & Kelautan

ISSN 2085-5842

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

TOC : 8, and page :163 - 166

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The granting of an enzyme lignosellulosa in feed artificial on the growth and the survival rate seed gourami (osphronemus gouramy lac.)

Author :

  1. Muhammad Yusuf Akbar*1
  2. Agustono*2
  3. Rahayu Kusdarwati *3
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan
  2. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan
  3. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan

Abstract :

Gurami  having  economic  values  of.  Have  abundance,  namely  able  in waters with  its  oxygen relatively low. Belong to the species of carnivorous herbs herbivora. Unprofitableness is eat feed derived from herbs with content nutrition  relatively  low  compared  to animals,  so  it  impact  on  its  growth  slow, easly diseases, easly stress, hard eat and SR low.   The  purpose  of  this  research  isto  know  the  addition  of  enzyme  lignosellulase  in artificialfeedincreased  growth  and  increased  survival  rate  seed  gourami.  Method  research  used  is experimental with  delightful  random  complete  (RAL) with  five  treatment  and  four  deuterenomy.  The treatment  used  were  :  control  (A),  enzyme  550ml  (B),  enzyme  600ml  (C),  enzyme  650ml  (D),  and enzyme 750ml(E). The main  parameters measured were  growth  rate, and  survival  rate. The  supporting parameters  observedwas water  quality. Data  analysis  used  analysis  of  variance  (ANOVA)  to  know  the effect of  the  treatments.To  know  the   difference among  treatments used Duncan’s Multiple Range Test (DMRT).   The result showed that the provision of enzymes give a real power (p<0.01) against growth rate daily  and growth  long  absolute  gourami  (Osphronemus gouramy) To  survival  rate and  feed  conversion ratio  gourami  give  impact  which  is  not  dissimilar  real.  Growth  best  on  treatment  E  (0.0214),  then successive  followed  by  treatment D  (0.0174), C  (0.015), B  (0.0142)  and A  (0.0128). Conversion  ratio feed on all treatment e 10,415, that is, e then successive followed by treatment d (12,915), c (14,3975), b (15,6375)  and  a  (17,5325). Survival  rate  obtained  100%. Water  quality media maintenance  gourami  is temperature 26ºC -  29ºC, pH 7 – 8, oxygen dissolved 3.5 – 5 mg/l and ammonia 0.004 – 0.005 mg/l. 

Keyword :

Osphronemus gouramy, growth, survival rate, enzyme ,


References :

  1. H.Susanto, (2000). Budidaya IkanGurame. Yogyakarta : Kanisius


   


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