Aras Syazili

Aras Syazili
Khairun University · Department of Aquaculture

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April 2006 - present
Khairun University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
September 2014 - August 2019
Universitas Hasanuddin
Field of study
  • agriculutre science

Publications

Publications (10)
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Pangasius sp is an introductory species that is widely distributed in freshwater regions in Indonesia since the 1990s and it was initiatively reared at the beginning of 2011 using a floating net cage in Lake Ngade, Ternate. Even though it has benefited economically, there is still a lack of information on its biological and ecological aspects. Grow...
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This research was conducted to determine the effectiveness of using fish killer fruit extract as an anesthetic in carp fingerlings. Extract fish killer fruit was used as a treatment with doses of 0 mL/L (control), 1 mL/L, 1.5 mL/L and 2 mL/L, respectively. Parameters observed were sedative time, inductive time, survival and water quality. The resul...
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Water quality management for aquaculture is very important because water is a living medium for aquaculture organisms. One of the technological products that use microbes to create a better environment by breaking down organic matter is probiotics. This study aims to determine the effects of different probiotic administration times on water quality...
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Aquaculture has been known as one of solutions in dealing with food security problem through applying best practices of aquaculture and increasing fish production. In many countries, fish production is considered an essential activity contributing to household income and trade. However, fish feed has an expensive price, and it constitutes 60-70% to...
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Fish bone is a solid waste that usually found in traditional fish markets of Ternate. The bone fraction contains high minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, and collagen proteins which are important for fish growth. Tuna fish bone waste was processed into dry fish feed and mixed into feed formulation of Tilapia. Four different dose of tuna fish bone...
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This study aims to determine the effect of ocean acidification and temperature on growth, survival, and shell performance of fluted giant clam ( Tridacna squamosa ). Juvenile fluted giant clam put into an aquarium which is given a combination of CO 2 pressure treatment (415, 1000 and 1800 ppm) and temperature (30, 32, and 34°C). Measuring the lengt...
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Coconut crab (B. latro) is one of crustacea species which has high economic value, but it is considered rare and classified into vulnerable category by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). In Indonesia, the status of this animal population has been not exactly identified, but it has tended to decline because of local people co...
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ABSTRACT This study was aimed to determine the immersion frequency of recombinant growth hormone (rGH) in the growth stimulation of giant gourami juvenile. A total of 50 larvae at second day after first feeding, was immersed in 30 ppt salt water for 2 minutes, and then transferred into 200 mL of 9 ppt salt water containing 30 mg/L rGH in inclusion...
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This study was aimed to determine the immersion frequency of recombinant growth hormone (rGH) in the growth stimulation of giant gourami juvenile. A total of 50 larvae at second day after first feeding, was immersed in 30 ppt salt water for 2 minutes, and then transferred into 200 mL of 9 ppt salt water containing 30 mg/L rGH in inclusion bodies fo...

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Projects (2)
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Untuk mengetahui sebaran populasi Kima Raksasa (Family Tridacnidae) di Maluku Utara
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The aim of this project is to determine the reproductive patterns of reef fish which are affected by climate change, especially increasing temperatures and ocean acidification