KELANGSUNGAN HIDUP, PERTUMBUHAN DAN TINGKAT KONSUMSI OKSIGEN IKAN PATIN (Pangasius sp.) YANG TERPAPAR LIMBAH CAIR PABRIK KELAPA SAWIT

Amalia, Resti and Marsi, Marsi and Taqwa, Ferdinand Hukama (2013) KELANGSUNGAN HIDUP, PERTUMBUHAN DAN TINGKAT KONSUMSI OKSIGEN IKAN PATIN (Pangasius sp.) YANG TERPAPAR LIMBAH CAIR PABRIK KELAPA SAWIT. Jurnal Akuakultur Rawa Indonesia, 1 (2). pp. 203-215. ISSN 2303-2960

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      Abstract

      The current research aimed to know the lethal and sub-lethal toxicities of industrial palm oil liquid waste on catfish. The reseach was carried out from May to June 2013 at Basic Fishery Laboratory, Aquaculture Study Program, Faculty of Agriculture, Sriwijaya University, Indralaya. This research used a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 7 treatment levels and three replications. At lethal experiment, treatment levels tested were without the addition of liquid waste (A), 13.18 mL.L-1 (B), 13.89 mL.L-1 (C), 14.63 mL.L-1 (D), 15.4 mL.L-1 (E), 16.21 mL.L-1 (F), and 17.06 mL.L-1 (G). For sub-lethal, treatment levels tested were without the addition of liquid waste (A), 0.5% x 96-h LC50 (B), 1% x 96-h LC50 (C), 6.25% x 96-h LC50 (D), 12.5% x 96-h LC50 (E), 25% x 96-h LC50 (F), and 50% x 96-h LC50 (G). The result of probit analysis shows 96-h LC50 value is 14.12 mL.L-1, positive linier relationship between mortality and concentration of palm oil liquid waste was found (r = 0.98 **). For the result of sub lethal concentrations of palm oil liquid waste ≤ 1% x 96-h LC50 had no effect (p> 0.01) while concentration of ≥ 6.25% x 96-h LC50 had very significant effect on the survival, growth and oxygen consumption rate of catfish.

      Item Type: Article
      Uncontrolled Keywords: Toxicity, Industrial Palm Oil Liquid Waste, Catfish, 96-h LC50
      Subjects: S Agriculture > SH Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling
      Divisions: Faculty of Agriculture > Study Program of Aquaculture
      Depositing User: M.Si Ferdinand Hukama
      Date Deposited: 06 May 2014 18:49
      Last Modified: 06 May 2014 18:49
      URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/4439

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