Khamsiah Achmad

Khamsiah Achmad
Khairun University · Department of Aquaculture

Master of Science

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Introduction
I'm a postgraduate student at Southern Cross University, Australia
Education
September 2008 - November 2010
Wageningen University & Research
Field of study
  • Aquaculture and Fisheries

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Amin M, Harlyan LI, Achmad K, Diantari R. 2022. Profiling the natural settlement habitat of spiny lobster, Panulirus spp. to determine potential diets and rearing conditions in a lobster hatchery. Biodiversitas 23: 2893-2898. The high demand for spiny lobster seeds has triggered research on seed production in a hatchery system. However, the remaini...
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Pakan merupakan salah satu komponen strategis yang sangat menentukan keberhasilan usaha budidaya. Pada kegiatan tersebut, hampir 60-70% dari total biaya produksi digunakan untuk pembelian pakan. Tujuan pelaksanaan kegiatan pelatihan pembuatan pakan ikan ini adalah untuk membantu pembudidaya ikan dalam memenuhi ketersediaan pakan selama budidaya seh...
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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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