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Evaluation of Biofloc Technology Application on Water Quality and Production Performance of Red Tilapia Oreochromis sp. Cultured at Different Stocking Densities
WIDANARNI,JULIE EKASARI,SITI MARYAM
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences , 2012,
Abstract: This study evaluated the effect of biofloc technology (BFT) application on water quality and production performance of red tilapia Oreochromis sp. at different stocking densities. Three different fish densities were applied, i.e. 25, 50, and 100 fish/m3, and for each density there were Control (without external carbon input) and BFT treatments. Mixed sex red tilapia with an initial average body weight 77.89 + 3.71 g was cultured in 3 m3 concrete tanks for 14 weeks. Molasses was added on BFT treatments as the organic carbon source at a C/N ratio of 15. Control treatments of each density tested showed more fluctuated water quality parameters throughout the experimental period. The highest TAN and nitrite-nitrogen were observed in control treatment at a stocking density of 100 fish/m3 (3.97 mg TAN/L and 9.29 mg NO2-N/L, respectively). The highest total yield was observed in control treatment at the highest density treatment (43.50 kg), whereas the highest survival was obtained by BFT treatment at a density of 25 fish/m3 (97.78 + 0.77%). Total feed used in BFT was lower than that of control treatments in particular at 50 fish/m3 density (P < 0.05) suggesting that biofloc could be continuously harvested by the fish as other source of food.
Nursery Culture Performance of Litopenaeus vannamei with Probiotics Addition and Different C/N Ratio Under Laboratory Condition
WIDANARNI,DEBY YUNIASARI,SUKENDA,JULIE EKASARI
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences , 2010,
Abstract: Application of bioflocs technology and probiotics has improved water quality and production of Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) culture. This experiment was to verify the effect of probiotic bacteria addition and different carbon:nitrogen (C:N) ratio on water quality and performance of Pacific white shrimp nursery culture. Nursery culture was carried out for 25 days in an aquarium under laboratory condition with stock density of one Post-Larvae (PL) (poslarval) per liter (24 PL/aquarium) of PL16 shrimp. Different C:N ratio resulted a significant difference on shrimp production performance. Treatment of 10 C:N ratio demonstrated the best shrimp growth (20.37 + 0.48% per day in weight and 6.05 + 0.41% per day in length), harvesting yield (1180 + 62 g/m3) and feed efficiency (121 + 6%). There was however no significant difference observed between treatments in water quality.
POTENCY OF VIBRIO ISOLATES FOR BIOCONTROL OF VIBRIOSIS IN TIGER SHRIMP (PENAEUS MONODON) LARVAE
WIDANARNI,ANTONIUS SUWANTO,SUKENDAH,B. W. LAY
BIOTROPIA : the Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology , 2003,
Abstract: This study was carried out to obtain Vibrio isolates able to function as biocontr ol of vibriosis in shrimp hatchery. Thirty one Vibrio isolates were isolated from tiger shrimp larvae and hatchery environments, i.e. Labuan, Pangandaran, and Lampung, Indonesia. Pathogenic V. harveyi MR5339 was obtained from Maros, South-Sulawesi and was made as a rifampicin resistant mutant (RFR) to screen for those 31 Vibrio isolates in in vitro assays and to allow us to monitor their presence in shrimp larvae and larval rearing water. Almost all Vibrio isolates could inhibit the growth of pathogenic V. harveyi MR5339 RFR. SKT-b isolate from Skeletonema was the most effective to inhibit the growth of V. harveyi MR5339 Rf* and significantly reduced larval mortality in pathogen challenge assays. These prospective biocontrol bacteria, at concentration of 10" CFU/ml, did not show pathogenicity to shrimp larvae. SKT-b was Gram negative, short rod-shape, exhibited yellow colonies on TCBS and swarming on SWC-agar media, motile, u tilized glucose and sucrose but not lactose: produced extra-cellular protease and amylase, but did not produce chitmase. Partial sequencing of 16S-rRNA gene SKT-b showed SKT-b similarity to Vibrio alginofyticus.
GENETIC DI VERSITY OF A MPI CILLIN-RE SI STANT Vibri o ISOLATED FROM VAR IOUS STA GES OF TIGER SHRIMP LARVA E DEVELOPMENT
WIDANARNI a,A NTONI US S UWANTO
BIOTROPIA : the Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology , 2000,
Abstract: This research was carri ed out to st udy genetic di versity of ampici llin-resi sta nt Vi brio from variou s stages o f t iger shrimp larvae (Penaeus Monodon) de velopment from,Ta mbak Inti Raky at hatchery, near Labuan, West Jav a, Indonesia. A total of 25 am picillin- resistant Vi brio is ol at es were isolated using thiosul pha te citrat e bi le -sal t sucr os e agar ( TCBS -Aga r) a nd s eawa ter complet e agar (SWC-Agar). Physiological and bioc he mical cha racteri zation showed that the i solates could be grouped into only two species, i.e. V. har veyi from the egg s tage; and V. metschnikovii from larvae and post-larval stage (i.e nauplius, zoe a, mysis, PLi, P L5, PL,0, and P L,5). Thes e is olates were also present i n t heir r espective rearing wate r of each s tage and som e natural feed. Schi zoty ping analysis e mployin g rest riction endonuclease Noll (5 '-GC4GGCCGC) indicate d that the is ol at es could be grouped i nto at l east 13 differ en t ge no ty pe s. Therefore, schizoty ping was more di sc ri mi native than phy siologica l charac te riz ati on . This stud y showed that particu lar grou ps of Vi brio colonize d all s tages of shrimp la rvae and de monstrated cl os ed ph yl og en et ic r elationsh ip. These gro ups of Vi brio mi gh t be the do mi na nt microbiota whic h could suppress the de velopment of othe r Vi brio in cl ud ing th e pathogen ic Vi brio.
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