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Volume 7 Number 2 Year 2022

21 articles in this issue 

Hasna Dyah Kusumardani,Triwibowo Yuwono,Diah Rachmawati

Rice (Oryza sativa L.) has mechanism for morphological, physiological, and biochemical self-defense in response to drought conditions. The ability of osmotolerant rhizobacteria to develop association with plants suggests that it could be used as an inocul... see more

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Yoga Cipta Perdana,Tety Hartatik

MC4R is a gene that has potential effects on growth traits such as body weight and feed intake. The usage of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs) in melanocortin-4 receptor (MC4R) as selection markers could help achieve effectiveness in the breeding prog... see more

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Peniwidiyanti Peniwidiyanti,Ibnul Qayim,Tatik Chikmawati

Ficus (Moraceae) is a keystone resource species in the tropical region, and it contributes significantly to Bogor City's vegetation composition. Ficus spp. provide habitat for urban animals and contribute to providing environmental services for the commun... see more

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Fadhil Neamah Al-Kanany,Raghad Shubbar Jaafar

Pediococcus pentosaceus has a high level of resistance to heavy metals, making it one of the biological alternatives for dealing with heavy metal contamination in the environment. The current study sought to identify the genetic factors responsible for th... see more

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Risky Hadi wibowo,Nisa Rachmania Mubarik,Iman Rusmana,Maggy Thenawidjaya Suhartono,Sipriyadi Sipriyadi,Masrukhin Masrukhin

Oil palm plantations are the most invasive land use changes in Southeast Asia. It must have affected unique natural biodiversity. This study aimed to investigate the diversity of soil bacteria based on 16S rRNA gene profiles from tropical forest and oil p... see more

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Farida Nur Rachmawati,Ridwan Affandi,Yulia Sistina

The sex status of Anguilla bicolor McClelland is difficult to be distinguished between males and females. Thus, we evaluated 309 fishes from The Serayu River, with length and weight range around 9 - 81 cm and 0.59 - 1260 g respectively to access the anato... see more

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M Iqbal Maulana Ginting,Eko Agus Suyono,Mochammad Donny Koerniawan,Lucia Tri Suwanti,Ulfah Juniarti Siregar,Arief Budiman

This experimental research was performed to observe the influence of an agricultural liquid organic fertilizer called Bio Ferti on the growth and biomass of Spirulina platensis, aiming at replacing inorganic fertilizer with the liquid organic one. Th... see more

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Fauziatul Fitriyah,Muhammad Abdul Aziz,Sri Wahyuni,Hana Fadila,Insyiah Meida Luktyansyah,Sulastri Sulastri,Priyono Priyono,Siswanto Siswanto

Seaweed has been gaining global interest in agriculture for the development of marine-based plant biostimulants. This research aimed to study the effect of three different liquid extracts of Sargassum sp., acidic, alkaline, and water extract, on the germi... see more

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Umi Fatmawati,Dewi Puspita Sari,Meti Indrowati,Slamet Santosa,Sri Martina Wiraswati,Harlita Harlita

The abundant volume of coffee bean pulp as a  by-product of the post-harvest processing is an important source of soil organic matter if it is properly handled. The alternative way to use coffee bean pulp waste to reduce the impact of environmental p... see more

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Abdulbasit Hussein

This study was conducted at Gara Gola, in the Oromia regional state of Ethiopia, to examine the carbon sequestration potentials under three altitudinal gradients [i.e., Lower altitude (LA: 1500–1800 m.a.s.l.); Middle altitude (MA: 1801–2000 m.a.s.l.) and ... see more

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Sugiharto Sugiharto,Dwi Winarni,Ufairanisa Islamatasya,Abdul Hakim Muhsyi,Ahimsa Buena Merpati,Yosephine Sri Wulan Manuhara

Lead induced oxidative stress contributes to increase the productivity of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and to disrupt the antioxidant balance. Gynura procumbens adventitious root (GPAR) methanol extract contains abundant phenolic and flavonoids compounds... see more

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Noverando Rafiel Angelo,Rudiyansyah Rudiyansyah,Gusrizal Gusrizal

Isolation of cellulose in empty fruit bunch (EFB) is hindered by lignin content. EFB was pretreated with Pleurotus ostreatus which has the ability to degrade lignin, in various incubation times (0th, 15th,30th, 45th, and 60th). The result showed lignin an... see more

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Manjula Muthu Narayanan,Pooja Shivanand,Norhayati Ahmad

Conventional products have a role in addressing the thriving universal demands for biologically active substances. Since the South China Sea is a prodigious province of geostrategic and mercantile importance, it meets the basic needs of people w... see more

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Suharno Suharno,Irma Rahayu,Rosye H. R. Tanjung,Supeni Sufaati

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are an important form of symbiosis between fungi and plants in an ecosystem. One of the medicinal plants used by the people in West Papua is kebar grass (Biophytum petersianum Klotzsch.). This study aims to determine the... see more

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Somkid Chaiphech,Isara Patawang,Sumalee Phimphan,Sukhonthip Ditcharoen,Chatmongkon Suwannapoom,Alongklod Tanomtong

This study aimed to investigate chromosomal aberrations of Eurycoma longifolia Jack (EL) root extract in human lymphocytes in vitro. Human whole blood was cultured in medium solution that treated with distilled water, 20% DMSO, extract of EL roots at the ... see more

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Imam Widhiono,Trisno Haryanto,Eming Sudiana,Elly Proklamasiningsih,Edy Yani

Bombus rufipes Lepeletier 1835 (Hymenoptera: Bombidae) is the only species of Bombidae found in Java. Recent information suggests that it occurs in Java on Mounts Salak 1200 m asl., Mt. Halimun, Mt. Pangrango Gede Complexes, Mt.Cermai, (West Java) Mt.Slam... see more

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Sukirno Sukirno,Bellia Alda Ayu Prasetya,Aryo Seto Pandu,Siti Sumarmi,Hari Purwanto,Ignatius Sudaryadi,Suparmin Suparmin,RC Hidayat Soesilohadi

Armyworm (Spodoptera litura Fab.) is one of the agricultural pests that can cause huge losses especially for Indonesian farmers because it is damaging various crops, especially cabbage (Brassica oleifera L.). Spodoptera littoralis nucleopolyhedrovirus (Sp... see more

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Luh Putu Eswaryanti Kusuma Yuni,I Made Saka Wijaya,Mas Untung,Gde Oka Widiyavedanta,Egmont Congdenjit,Pramana Yuda

The main purpose of the establishment Bali Barat National Park was to conserve the endemic endangered Bali Starling. However, based on data on 2004, one endangered species, Java Sparrow Lonchura oryzivora also resided in there. Current official repor... see more

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Harnum Nurazizah,Mirza Dikari Kusrini,Ani Mardiastuti

Rawa Aopa is a permanent swamp ecosystem that serves as one of the suitable habitats for amboina box turtles (Cuora amboinensis). Some of the area is part of a national park (Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park) and is designated as a traditional zone for f... see more

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Irvan Fadli Wanda,Arief Noor Rachmadiyanto,Ade Ayu Oksari

Bisbul (Diospyros discolor Willd.) is one of the collections from the Bogor Botanical (BBG). The wide distribution of this plant in Southeast Asia's tropical forests creates many morphometric variations of this species. The diversity of leaf morphometric ... see more

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