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2018 BO.SS1.1 Paten Tersertifikasi : Proses Untuk Memproduksi Senyawa (+)-2,2- episitoskirin A dan (+)-1,1-bislunatin Dr. Andria Agusta , Ahmad Fathoni S.Si., Dra. Yuliasri Jamal, M.Sc Invensi ini berkaitan dengan suatu proses untuk memproduksi senyawa (+) -2,2 -episitoskirin A dan (+) -1,1 -bislunatin dari jamur Diaporthe sp GNBP-10 dengan menggunakan medium kiltivasi yang lebih sederhana namun efektif. Proses sebagaimana disebutkan diatas terdiri dari tahap-tahap: mengisolasi jamur Diaporthe sp GNBP-10; mengkultivasi jamur Diaporthe sp GNBP-10 pada medium cair yang mengandung tepung kentang, sumber karbon, dan air; mengaduk kultur; mengekstraksi kultul dengan pelarut etik asetat; mengeringkan ekstrak etil aseta; dan mengisolasi dan memurnikan senyawa (+)-2,2 -episitoskirin A dan (+)-1,1 -bislunatin dari ekstrak. Lihat
2018 Body Weight Estimation of Bali Cattle in Banyumulek Techno Park, West Nusa Tenggara using Several Morphometric Parameters Paskah Partogi Agung, Widya Pintaka Bayu Putra, Saiful Anwar, and Ari Sulistyo Wulandari This study was conducted to find the best linear regression equation to estimate the body weight (BW) of female Bali cattle in Banyumulek Techno Park, West Nusa Tenggara based on three morphometric parameters, i.e. withers height (WH), body length (BL), and heart girth (HG). Data collection was conducted by random sampling of female Bali cattle (1-5 years of age) in Banyumulek Techno Park. A total of 63 female Bali cattle were used in this study. The parameter of WH (distance from the ground level to the highest point of withers) and BL (distance from the shoulder joint (later tuberosity of… Lihat
2018 Curcumin Analog Pentagamavunon-1 (PGV-1) Sensitizes Widr Cells to 5-Fluorouracil through Inhibition of NF-κB Activation E Meiyanto, EP Septisetyani, YA Larasati, M Kawaichi Cell cycle regulation and the NF-κB pathway in cancer cells are important in mediating resistance to 5-Fluorouracil (5-FU). Pentagamavunon-1 (PGV-1), a curcumin analog, is known to exhibit stronger growth inhibitory effects than curcumin itself in several cancer cells. In this study, we evaluated the potency of PGV-1 in combination with 5-FU in WiDr colon cancer cells. In MTT assays, PGV-1 did not only exhibit stronger growth inhibitory effects than both 5-FU and curcumin but also enhanced the cytotoxicity of 5-FU. Flow cytometry demonstrated that single treatments with PGV-1 and 5-FU resulted in different effects on cell cycle profiles. PGV-1 induced… Lihat
2018 ZO.SS1.8 KESESUAIAN PEMANFAATAN KAWASAN BALI BAGIAN BARAT Mas Noerdjito, Siti Nuramaliati Prijono, dan Eko Sulistyadi PENDAHULUANPembangunan yang tidak terencana dengan baik pada umumnyaakan berujung dengan konflik kepentingan. Memecahkan konfliksering kali terhalang oleh keakuan, bukan oleh kepentingannasional, kelestarian sumber daya alam, atau keuntungan palingbesar bagi negara.Sudah sejak beberapa dasawarsa yang lalu konflikkepentingan pemanfaatan kawasan Bali bagian barat terjadikarena pemanfaatannya sebagai kawasan konservasi, lahanpertanian, dan pemukiman serta sebagai hutan produksi. Konflikini harus dihentikan dengan dasar pertimbangan yang palingmenguntungkan dan bersifat berkelanjutan. Sebagai salah satuupaya dalam rangka mengembalikan pengelolaan kawasan agarsesuai dengan peruntukannya, tulisan ini mencoba menyajikanberbagai tinjauan pemafaatan kawasan berdasarkan parameterlingkungan yang relevan. Lihat
2018 Mercury concentration on Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii at Seribu Islands Suratno dan Andri Irawan Mercury is a toxic heavy metal element that can damage embryo development. Although this element is highly toxic, some human activities such as mining and industries are still using it. The uncontrolled usage of this element leads to pollution problem in the environment, which include the seagrass ecosystem in the coastal area of Seribu Islands. For that, to gather more information about mercury pollution in the seagrass beds of these islands, the concentration of mercury (Hg) was measured in sediment, rhizomes, roots and leaves of two species of seagrass (Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii) from Lancang Island, Pari Island and… Lihat
2018 ZO.SS1.5. Novel Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in the Sumba Ongole (Bos indicus) Growth Hormone Gene PASKAH PARTOGI AGUNG, WIDYA PINTAKA BAYU PUTRA, SAIFUL ANWAR, ARI SULISTYO WULANDARI, MOCH SYAMSUL ARIFIN ZEIN, SYAHRUDDIN SAID, ADITYA SUDIRO The Sumba Ongole cattle (Bos indicus) is one of the local Indonesian cattle breeds and has excellent potential to gain higher carcass yield compared to other local cattle breeds in Indonesia. The Growth Hormone (GH) gene was a potential target for molecular study due to its importance as growth regulating hormone. This study was aimed to determine Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) profile of the GH gene in the Sumba Ongole (SO) cattle using PCR and DNA sequencing methods from 34 individual DNA samples. The results from this study showed that there are 28 SNPs identified within the GH gene; Twenty… Lihat
2018 ZO.SS1.5. Comparison of fecal preservation and extraction methods for steroid hormone metabolite analysis in wild crested macaques Gholib Gholib, Michael Heistermann, Muhammad Agil, Iman Supriatna, Bambang Purwantara, Taufiq Purna Nugraha, Antje Engelhardt Since the non-invasive field endocrinology techniques were developed, several fecal preservation and extraction methods have been established for a variety of species. However, direct adaptation of methods from previous studies for use in crested macaques should be taken with caution. We conducted an experiment to assess the accuracy and stability of fecal estrogen metabolite (E1C) and glucocorticoid metabolite (GCM) concentrations in response to several preservation parameters: (1) time lag between sample collection and fecal preservation; (2) long-term storage of fecal samples in 80 persen methanol (MeOH) at ambient temperature; (3) different degrees of feces drying temperature using a conventional oven;… Lihat
2018 Preliminary study of soil permeability properties using principal component analysis Meti Yulianti, Yuli Sudriani and Hadiid Agita Rustini Soil permeability measurement is undoubtedly important in carrying out soil-water research such as rainfall-runoff modelling, irrigation water distribution systems, etc. It is also known that acquiring reliable soil permeability data is rather laborious, time-consuming, and costly. Therefore, it is desirable to develop the prediction model. Several studies of empirical equations for predicting permeability have been undertaken by many researchers. These studies derived the models from areas which soil characteristics are different from Indonesian soil, which suggest a possibility that these permeability models are site-specific. The purpose of this study is to identify which soil parameters correspond strongly to soil permeability… Lihat
2018 ZO.SS1.5. Exploiting a readily available but hard to digest resource: A review of exudativorous mammals identified thus far and how they cope in captivity Francis CABANA, Ellen S. DIERENFELD, WIRDATETI, Giuseppe DONATI and K. A. I. NEKARIS2 Gum is a widely available carbohydrate, composed mainly of non-digestible structural carbohydrates. No mammalianenzymes can digest gum; therefore, a mammal ingesting gum must rely on microbial fermentation to accessthe energy it possesses. Gums are relatively nutrient poor. Despite this, some mammals have evolved to exploitthis food resource. We aim to review the literature for all mammal species which have been recorded toingest gum, whether quantified or not, and discuss this in the context of their evolutionary adaptations. We alsoinvestigated the recommended captive diets for these species to look at whether gum is recommended. We conducteda literature search on ISI Web… Lihat
2018 The diversity of aroids (Araceae) in Bogor Botanic Gardens, Indonesia: collection, conservation and utilization Yuzammi Bogor Botanic Gardens is an ex-situ conservation centre, covering an area of 87 ha, with 12,376 plant specimens, collected from Indonesia and other tropical countries throughout the world. One of the richest collections in the Gardens comprises members of the aroid family (Araceae). The aroids are planted in several garden beds as well as in the nursery. They have been collected from the time of the Dutch era until now. These collections were obtained from botanical explorations throughout the forests of Indonesia and through seed exchange with botanic gardens around the world. Several of the Bogor aroid collections represent living… Lihat