|Judul/Title||MERANGKAI GAGASAN DAN INOVASI: Merespon Pandemi Covid-19 untuk Kemajuan Perikanan dan Kelautan|
|Penulis/Author||Alim Isnansetyo, Indah Istiqomah, Endang Sulistyaningsih, Toto Sudargo, Aditya Arif, Tira Aristasari, Rustadi, Bambang Triyatmo, Senny Helmiati, Indah Istiqomah, Murwantoko, Alim Isnansetyo, Noer Kasanah, Suwarman, Tony Budi Satriyo, Eko Setyobudi, Riza Yuliratno Setiawan, Ratih Ida Adharini, Candra Aryudiawan, Amir Husni, Indun Dewi Puspita, Siti Ari Budhiyanti, Wahdan Fitriya, Nurfitri Ekantari, Prihati Sih Nugraheni, Latif Sahubawa, Mgs. Muhammad Prima Putra, Ustadi|
|Editor||Dr. Ir. Alim Isnansetyo, M.Sc. Dr. Amir Husni, S.Pi., M.P. Dr. Eko Setyobudi, S.Pi., M.Si. Dr. Ratih Ida Adharini, S.Pi., M.Si. Mgs. Muhammad Prima Putra, S.Pi., M.Sc., Ph.D.|
|Judul/Title||Industri Udang Berkelanjutan Aspek Budidaya, Pengelolaan dan Pasca Panen|
|Penulis/Author||Ignatius Hardaningsih, Dini Wahyu Kartika Sari, Lalla Kumala, Yulanda, dan Safitri Rahma Setiawati, Susilo Budi Priyono, Senny Helmiati, Indah Istiqomah, Alim Isnansetyo, Eko Setyobudi, Noer Kasanah Bambang Triyatmo, Amir Husni, Nurfitri Ekantari, Siti Ari Budhiyanti, Wahdan Fitriya, Latif Sahubawa, Indun Dewi Puspita, Masagus Muhammad Prima Putra, Prihati Sih Nugraheni, Ustadi, Suwarman Partosuwiryo
|Editor||Dr. Ir. Alim Isnansetyo, M.Sc. Dr. Amir Husni, S.Pi., M.P. Dr. Eko Setyobudi, S.Pi., M.Si. Dr. Ratih Ida Adharini, S.Pi., M.Si. Mgs. Muhammad Prima Putra, S.Pi., M.Sc.,Ph.D|
|Judul/Title||Antivibriosis and cytotoxicity of Actinobacteria associated with red seaweed Gelidiella acerosa|
|Penulis/Author||Maria Ulfah, Noer Kasanah, Nastiti Wijayanti|
|Abstrak/Abstract||Vibriosis causes a problem in aquaculture and human health. The antibiotic resistance and the limited availability of antimicrobial agents are the driving force for searching for new antivibrio compounds from natural products. Herein, we evaluated ten marine Actinobacteria isolated from red seaweed Gelidiella acerosa for antivibriosis, cytotoxicity and secondary metabolites genes in the way to find a new antivibrio agent. Five Actinobacteria isolates exhibited activity against Vibrio alginolyticus and Vibrio parahaemolyticus with MIC ranging from 0.625 to 5 µg/µl. All isolates displayed no cytotoxicity against Vero cell line except for isolate DR-2R-115–8. All isolates harbour nrps gene, which might indicate that these isolates have great potential in the production of bioactive peptides while none of the isolates showed the presence of pks I, II and hmgcr genes. Identification of ten isolates of marine Actinobacteria associated with red algae was classified into four genera of Brevibacterium, Nocardiopsis, Allokutzneria and Brachybacterium. Our study revealed that the marine Actinobacteria associated with red algae Gelidiella acerosa were promising sources for controlling vibriosis.|
Bioactivities of Halometabolites from Marine Actinobacteria
|Penulis/Author||Noer Kasanah, Triyanto|
|Abstrak/Abstract||Natural halogenated compounds (halometabolites) are produced mainly by marine organisms, including marine Actinobacteria. Many commercially important compounds for pharmaceuticals contain halogen, and the halogen is responsible for the physical and chemical properties as well as bioactivities and toxicities. In the exploration of marine environment that is supported by advanced structure elucidation, varied panel bioassays and high-throughput screening have accelerated number of halometabolites isolated from marine Actinobacteria to date. The metabolites exhibited unique structures and promising bioactivities. This review focuses on the chemodiversity and bioactivities of marine halometabolites from marine Actinobacteria reported in the last 15 years (2003–2018)|
|Judul/Title||Rumput Laut Pangan Kimiawi, Bioaktivitas, dan Toksisitas|
|Penulis/Author||Noer Kasanah , Drajad Sarwo Seto, Husnul Khotimah, Triyanto|
Shrimp Farmer Group Keburuhan is located in Keburuhan Village, Ngombol District, Purworejo Regency. This group is located around the UGM collaboration station/pond area which is the result of the collaboration between the Purworejo Regency Government and the UGM Fisheries Department. The UGM collaboration pond itself stopped operating again in 2003, then stopped operating, then operated again in a short period of time in 2008, and after it stopped operating. The main problem faced is limited capital, while on the other hand the investment and operation of shrimp ponds is very high and has a high risk nature.
Usaha Mulia Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is located in Kandangsari, Sukoharjo Village, Nganglik District, Sleman Regency. This NGO was formed by residents of Kandangsari Hamlet in July 2020 in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Efforts to empower and strengthen community resilience were initiated through the cultivation of catfish in a 1 m diameter concrete bus. In the early stages, 45 concrete buses have been built independently by the community consisting of 600 people or 65 heads of families. This program is expected to be able to produce consumption fish and its processed products to meet nutritional needs, while increasing the level of income and welfare of the community. A number of KSM partners took part in the development of this catfish cultivation, including Aquaculture Study Program, Department of Fisheries UGM, Department of Fisheries and Marine Affairs of DIY Province, Fisheries Division of Sleman Regency, PDAM of Sleman Regency, and Times Indonesia Regional Yogyakarta.
Pokdakan Banjarharjo is located in Banjarharjo Village, Kalibawang District, Kulon Progo Regency. In order to support catfish self-sufficiency in Kulon Progo in 2020, the Marine and Fisheries Service of Kulon Progo Regency has established the Banjarharjo Pokdakan as one of the catfish hatchery centers that is able to meet the needs of catfish seeds every year. At the beginning of its establishment, this Pokdakan worked on catfish hatchery and nursery. In 2020, the Faculty of Agriculture UGM and the Aquaculture Study Program have facilitated the catfish seed supply system through catfish hatchery and nursery businesses, as well as developing supporting businesses in the form of tubifex worm cultivation in rice fields. Currently, tubifex cultivation in rice fields in Banjarharjo Village has grown to 5,000 m2 with production reaching 50-70 litres/day. This success has attracted the attention of the Tegal Fisheries Training and Extension Center (BPPP) by establishing the Banjarharjo Pokdakan as a pilot site for the development of tubifex cultivation with an apartment system.