AEB Volume 16, Number 9: September, 2022


The relationship between maintenance waiting time and the selling price of striped buffalo at the Bolu Animal Market, North Toraja Regency

Yusri, Sitti Nurani Sirajuddin, Ilham Rasyid

Abstract: This study was conducted to determine how the effect of waiting time on the sale of buffalo in Bolu Market, North Toraja Regency. This study uses an explanatory quantitative method which aims to explain the relationship between waiting time and the selling price of striped buffalo in the North Toraja sponge market. The population and sample in this study were 41 traders using non-probability sampling technique with the type used, namely saturated sampling or commonly referred to as a census. Analysis of the data used, namely the T test is used to test the hypothesis of the influence of individual independent variables on the dependent variable. The results of this study indicate that there is no effect of waiting time on the sale of buffalo at Bolu Market, North Toraja Regency, but is influenced by other factors such as skin color, horns, body posture and other factors

[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-4 ] DOI: 10.22587/aeb.2022.16.9.1


Phytochemical analysis and antibacterial activities of Avicennia marina (Forssk.) Vierh. extracts against Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium

Waleed A. Alsaadi, Atif A. Bamagoos and Khalid R. Hakeem

Abstract: Finding naturally occurring antimicrobial compounds with little danger to human health is essential since microorganisms are growing more and more resistant to antibiotics. This work evaluated ethanolic extracts of Avicennia marina (A.marina) leaves, roots, and fruits for their antibacterial efficacy against Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus faecium (VREF). The ethanolic extraction method was used to obtain the plant extracts. On VREF, the agar well diffusion method was utilized to test the extracts' antibacterial efficacy. On the other hand, the agar disk diffusion method was employed to examine the antibacterial effectiveness of antibiotics. For A.marina extracts, the inhibitory zone in the leaf was approximately 14.5 mm, whereas the leaf extract (Conc. 50%) had a less significant effect (10.5 mm). According to a phytochemical study, flavonoids, phenolics, triterpenes, and glycosides were found in A. marina leaf, fruit, and root extracts. Using liquid chromatography ion trap mass spectrometry (LC-IT-MS), A.marina was discovered to be a potential source of bioactive compounds with high medicinal value.

[ FULL TEXT PDF 5-12 ] DOI: 10.22587/aeb.2022.16.9.2


Implementation And Performance Of Partnerships In Closed And Open Houses In Mamuju Regency

Muhammad Nur Rustan, Sitti Nurani Sirajuddin, Dan Siti Nurlaelah

Abstract: This study aims to determine the implementation and performance of partnerships using open houses and closed house cage systems. This research was conducted in March-April 2022. The type of research used is descriptive quantitative research. The number of samples used was 5 closed house respondents and 5 open house respondents using the purposive sampling method. The methods of collecting data through observation and interviews. The data analysis used is descriptive analysis with qualitative data types and quantitative data types. Based on the research conducted, it is known that the implementation and performance of partnerships in the livestock business in Mamuju Regency, which consists of open house and closed house types, can be said to be mutually beneficial for both parties, both the core and plasma companies. The maintenance performance of plasma broiler breeders in open house type cages was lower, namely IP 387 and 5.06% compared to closed house type cages with IP 408 and a depletion of 3.81%. The FCR in the two types of cages is not much different, namely 1,549 in the open house type and 1,548 in the closed house type. The harvest process is the full decision of the core company, so that the harvest age is 36.41 days with a harvest period of 18.4 days in the open house type, which is longer than the closed house type, which is 18 days with a harvest period of 34.81 days.

[ FULL TEXT PDF 13-19 ] DOI: 10.22587/aeb.2022.16.9.3


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