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Volume 5 November 2021 - November 2021

Cover Issue November 2021

November 2021, Issue 2, Articles 8 - Marine Biodiversity

The Indonesian Archipelago has enormous potential for marine resources. Marine biological resources are scattered in almost all areas from the coast to the deep sea. Various biological resources of mangroves, fish, shellfish, crustaceans, corals, and much more. Behind that, there are the challenges of resource management and economic growth.

Cover Issue May 2021

May 2021, Issue 1, Articles 5 - The Microplastic

At the first time, plastic materials were produced to facilitate various activities of human life. Plastic materials that are flexible and durable pollution both on land and the sea. Plastic materials that are not managed properly can contaminate human and life, either directly or indirectly to food sources, especially food from the sea.

Volume 4 November 2020 - November 2020

Cover Akuatikisle November 2020

November 2020, Issue 2, Articles 8 - Biodiversity Kepulauan Riau

Kepulauan Riau has enormous potential for marine resources. Marine biological resources ranging from mangroves, fish, shellfish, coral, and much more. However, behind such great wealth, there are also management challenges. Susiana and colleagues inventory potential resources of Tridacnidae clams in Riau Islands, Indonesia. See Rivanda et al.

Volume 3 November 2019 - November 2019

Volume 2 December 2018 - December 2018

Volume 1 November 2017 - November 2017

cover Akuatikisle November

November 2017, Issue 2, Articles 3 - Recourse to aquaculture

Cultivation is needed to encourage people's economic activities, but is not limited to export commodities such as shrimp. Because it requires a variety of commodities. There are many other commodities that need to be developed, one of which is seaweed. Archipelago areas need to determine the location of cultivation at various levels of suitability and identify their characteristics (physical and chemical).

Cover Akuatikisle May

May 2017, Issue 1, Articles 4 - Probiotics the way out

One of the factors that affect the growth of tiger shrimp is the quality of feed. Nutrient content in feed such as protein, carbohydrate and fat, generally used as a parameter of feed quality. Feed consumed by shrimp is not all digested, one of which depends on the enzymatic ability of the shrimp digestive tract. The use of probiotic bacteria in addition to having the ability to reduce colonies, inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria, and neutralize water quality, probiotic bacteria can help digestibility of the intestine.

See Usman & Rochmady.

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