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Buletin Veteriner Udayana
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ISSN (Print) 2085-2495 - ISSN (Online) 2477-2712
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  • Cover , Daftar Isi dan Editorial

    • Authors: Admin Buletinvet
      PubDate: 2019-02-07
       
  • BRIGHTNESS-MODE EKOCARDIOGRAPHY ON THE PHYTON SNAKES

    • Authors: Mokhamad Fakhrul Ulum, Nurul Aeni Ayu Lestari, Amira Putri Pertiwi, Muhammad Piter Kombo, Ligaya Ita Tumbelaka
      Pages: 1 - 6
      Abstract: Echocardiography is one of the health diagnostic techniques of cardiac organ by utilizing high-frequency sound waves that are non-invasive, safe, fast, and easy to do. This echocardiography study aims to observe the structure, position, and size of cardiac organ in the three species of phyton (Sanca), namely Sanca batik, Sanca bodo, and Sanca bola. The cardiac organs were imaged using ultrasonography of brightness mode with a 10 MHz linear type transducer and using a water medium as an ultrasound gel. Snakes were handled and restrained physically, without the use of sedation or anesthesia. The position of the cardiac organ is measured by the number of the ventral scales, while the size of the cardiac organ is measured by the sum of the number of ventral scales. The results indicate that the position of the cardiac organ is at the number 55-77 ventral scales, while the size of the cardiac organ ranges from 12-13 ventral scales. The position of the cardiac organ on Sanca batik tends to be more anterior than Sanca bodo and Sanca bola. Ultrasonographic in longitudinal standard view shows the cardiac parts of the sinus venosus, right atrium, left atrium, cavum arteriosum, cavum venosum, cavum pulmonale, pulmonary artery, and aorta. Whereas in transversal standard view shows parts of cavum venosum, cavum pulmonale, cavum arteriosum, and aorta. The muscle of the cardiac organs has a gray (hypoechoic) echogenicity with a blood vessel that appears to be black (anechoic). While the more clayey’s cardiac tissue appeared as white color (hyperechoic).
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p01
       
  • THE IMPACT OF BIOFLOCKS APPLICATION COMBINED WITH PROBIOTICS ON THE GROWTH
           PERFORMANCE OF WHITE LEG SHRIMP

    • Authors: Bagus Dwi Hari Setyono, Fariq Azhar, Paryono Paryono
      Pages: 7 - 13
      Abstract: Intensive shrimp farming was found many disease problems such as bacteria, viruses, or the presence of co-infection. One of the diseases was caused by viruses and often a major problem in the shrimp farming system was IMNV (Infectious Myonecrosis Virus). Bioflok technology was one alternative that can be done to overcome the problem of cultivation waste. Even able to provide more benefits because in addition to reducing inorganic nitrogen waste, can also provide additional feed for fish cultivation so as to improve the growth and efficiency of feed. The addition of probiotics in biofloc was also expected to improve the growth performance of white shrimp. This study was aimed to evaluate the use of bioflock combined with probiotics on the growth performance of vaname shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei). This research will be conducted for 5 months. The treatment provided is the addition of commercial probiotics in culture medium with biofloc system and fermented pellet feed with various commercial probiotics, ie probiotics I + biofloc (1), probiotics II + biofloc (2), probiotics III + biofloc (3), positive control (biofloc culture medium and without the addition of commercial probiotics) (4), and negative control (without probiotics + without biofloc) (5). The results obtained for growth performance ie on treatment 2 with 80% of survival rate, the value of daily growth rate of 4.9 and the value of feed conversion ratio of 1.41.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p02
       
  • HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF WHITE RATS LIVER AFTER GIVING ANT NEST
           EXTRACT DUE TO INDUCED PARACETAMOL TOXIC DOSE

    • Authors: I Made Merdana, I Made Kardena, Ketut Budiasa, I Made Dodi Gunawan
      Pages: 14 - 20
      Abstract: This study aim was to determine the influence ant nest plant extract (Myrmecodia pendans) on histopathological changeof white rat liver (Rattus novergicus) due to induced with paracetamol toxic dose. This study used 24 male white rats, divided into four groups, negative control group (P0) given placebo, positive control group (P1) given paracetamol dose 250 mg / kg bw for 10 days, P2 given ant nest extract 250 mg / kg bw and paracetamol dose 250 mg / kg bw for 10 days, P3 given ants nest extract 250 mg / kg bw for seven days, then continued by giving paracetamol and ants nest extract with dose 250 mg / kg bw for ten days. After the treatment done, all the rats were dinecropsed. Liver organs were taken and processed for making histopathology preparations. Parameters examined included hemorrhage, congestion, degeneration and necrosis. The data obtained were analyzed statistically by using Kruskal Wallis test followed by Mann Whitney test. Mann Whitney test results for all categories of histopathologic changes in  hemorrhagic, congestion, degeneration, and necrosis between negative control group (P0) and positive control group (P1) were significantly different (P <0.05), between negative control (P0) with P2 and P3 there was no significant difference (P> 0,05). Afterward, between the positive control (P1) and P2 with P3 there was a significant difference (P <0.05). I can be concludedthat the administration of paracetamol dose 250 mg/kg bw for 10 days affects the histopathologic changes of white rat liver. The administration of ant nest plant extracts can reduce the side effects of toxic doses of paracetamol.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p03
       
  • RADIOGRAPH OF THE USE OF PIG’S BONE AS GRAFT MATERIAL TO FEMUR
           FRACTURE TREATMENT IN DOGS

    • Authors: Luh Made Sudimartini, I Wayan Wirata, Anak Agung Gde Oka Dharmayudha, I Wayan Nico Fajar Gunawan, Putu Henrywaesa Sudipa
      Pages: 21 - 27
      Abstract: Fracture is one of the cases that may occur in pets, especially dogs and cats. The principle to treatment cases of fracture is repositioned and immobilized in the area of ''the fracture. Large bone damage due to trauma can inhibit healing process and cause bone defects, so that graft material is needed to stimulate the healing process and to fill in the missing bone. This research was aimed to study radiographic imaging in the use of pig’s bone as graft material for the treatment of fractures in dogs. Eight male dogs aged 3-4 months were used in this study and were divided into 2 groups randomly. Group I (control) was 2 dogs who their bone diaphysis femur was drilled with a diameter of 1 cm without giving graft material. Group II was 6 dogs who were drilled as Group I and were given a graft material. Monitoring the progress of healing process by rontgent, was conducted at 24 hours, 2nd week, 4th week and 8th week post-surgery. Radiographic analysis showed that there has been a unification and mineralization of bone fragments in the 8th week post-surgery in the group II with bone density already seemed normal.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p04
       
  • EFFECTIVENESS TEST OF MIMBA LEAF EXTRACT ON Micrococcus luteus ISOLATED
           FROM DOGS DERMATITIS COMPLEX

    • Authors: Saptarima Eka Boro, I Nyoman Suartha, Luh Made Sudimartini, Gusti Made Krisna Erawan, I Made Suma Anthara
      Pages: 28 - 32
      Abstract: The use of traditional medicine has become an option in some parts of the world such as India, China, and Indonesia. The objective of this study was to determine the inhibition of neem leaves extract to Micrococcus luteus isolated from dogs with complex dermatitis. Neem leaves extract at 0% concentration as negative control, 5%, 10%, and 25% and kanamycin as a positive control. Each 0,2 'L of each concentration was inserted into a well of 5 mm in diameter on a Muller Hinton Broththat has been inoculated with Micrococcus luteus. After 24 hours of incubation, the inhibition zone diameters were measured and analyzed. The results showed that neem leaves extract significantly able to inhibit the growth of Micrococcus luteus (P <0.01). The mean inhibition zone formed at 0%, 5%, 10% and 25% concentrations respectively were 0,00 mm, 3,5 mm, 4,5 mm and 5,37 mm and were statistically significantly different. The conclusion of this study is neem leaves extract able to inhibit the growth of Micrococcus luteus.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p05
       
  • HISTOMORPHOMETRY OF AGRANULOCYTE WHITE BLOOD CELLS OF BALI CATTLE IN NUSA
           PENIDA

    • Authors: M. Oenas Adinugroho, Ni Ketut Suwiti, Anak Agung Sagung Kendran
      Pages: 33 - 38
      Abstract: This study aims to determine about the histology structure and the morphometry white blood cells agranulocytes (lymphocytes and monocytes) of Bali cattle in Nusa Penida. A sample of blood from 50 female calves, had been taken through a jugular vein. The blood samples were fixed and colored by using Giemza staining method. The morphometry measurement was performed with was done under Axio Zeiss Imager 2 microscope with 1000x magnification. The results of the measurements were analyzed descriptively quantitatively, while the histology description was analyzed by qualitative descriptive. The results showed average mean lymphocyte diameter (9.22 ± 0.73µm) was smaller than monocytes (12.48 ± 1.73 µm). The existence of the lymphocyte and monocytes histologic structure difference which are found in the nucleus. The lymphocyte nucleus was round and filled the cytoplasm, whereas the monocyte nucleus formed a curve on one or two sides, thus, it did not fill the cytoplasm.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p06
       
  • HISTOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE KINTAMANI DOG ON THE SEXUAL MATURITY PERIOD

    • Authors: Ni Luh Eka Setiasih, Putu Suastika, Luh Gede Sri Surya Heryani, Ni Nyoman Werdi Susari
      Pages: 39 - 43
      Abstract: The objective of this study was to determine the histological structure of uterus of the kintamani dogs on the sexual maturity period. In this study using five samples of uterine organs of the kintamani dog. The tissue were taken from corpus of the uterine. The histological structure was observed using hematoxylin-eosin (HE). Identification of the histological structure of uterus observed with a microscope at 100x and 400x magnification. The results showed the endometrial lining   consisted a single layer  of the columnar epithelium and lamina propria with tubular glands, myometrium consisted of smooth muscle and perimetrium with connective tissue, nerves and blood vessels
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p07
       
  • HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF MICE LIVER THAT INDUCED BY ETHANOL EXTRACT OF
           ANT NEST TREE

    • Authors: Yoga Eka Prasetyo, I Made Merdana, I Made Kardena, I Wayan Sudira
      Pages: 44 - 50
      Abstract: Anthill plants attracted many people as an alternative medicine because proven efficacious for treating tumor diseases, cancer, tuberculosis, stroke, coronary heart disease, diabetes mellitus, nosedleeds, ulcer, hemorrhoids, facilitate breastfeeding, increase stamina and sexual arousal. This study aimed to determine the effect of ethanol extract of the anthill plant to the mice liver histopathology. This study is an experimental laboratory. Twenty fourth male mice 10-12 weeks of age with a body weight of 25-35 grams were divided into 4 groups, each group consisting of 6 mice were given treatment that Control Group, Group I (doses 100mg/kg BW), Group II (doses 200mg/kg BW) and Group III (doses 300mg/kg BW) for 21 days. Hepatic histopathological changes were observed and assessed by histological damage in the form of infiltration of inflammatory cells, lipid degeneration and necrosis. Data were analyzed using statistical test of Kruskal-Wallis followed with Mann-Whitney Test (p<0.05). Kruskal-Wallis test result showed ethanol extract anthill very significant (p<0.01) effect on the incident of lipid degeneration, necrosis and infiltration of inflammatory cell of liver cells. Based on these result it can be concluded that the ethanol extract of anthill can cause histological changes in the liver of mice.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p08
       
  • THE CLUSTERING OF BALI CATTLES WASTE PROCESSING MANAGEMENT AT SIMANTRI IN
           BADUNG REGENCY

    • Authors: Dewa Made Dwi Parwata, I Putu Sampurna, I Made Sukada, Kadek Karang Agustina
      Pages: 51 - 57
      Abstract: This research aims were to find out the components of bali cattle waste processing that have not been intensively carried out and to find out which Gapoktan has not carried out an intensive Bali cattle processing system in Simantri Badung Regency. Sampling was done by saturated sampling technique, then the data obtained were analyzed using Hierarchical cluster with dendogram cluster plot with intensive, semi-intensive, and extensive identifying variables. The results of this study are the management components of waste processing which are mostly intensively treated by breeders, solid waste treatment, wastewater treatment, solid waste treatment technology, wastewater treatment technology, solid waste treatment equipment, liquid waste treatment equipment, waste management fostering, waste product marketing coaching. Onen housing management is still applied semi-intensively, namely the results of processing solid waste, the results of processing wastewater, the advantages of processing solid waste and the benefits of processing wastewater. The conclusion of this study is that from 50 Gapoktan in Simantri in Badung Regency, 42 Gapoktan already carry out intensive waste treatment, 6 Gapoktan that carry out semi-intensive waste treatment and 2 Gapoktan who do not carry out waste treatment or enter into an extensive category that needs to get counseling from the government so that everything becomes intensive.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p09
       
  • INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT CONCENTRATION SUPLEMENTARY OF VITAMIN E IN YOLK EGG
           PHOSPHATE DILUENT FOR THE MOTILITY AND VIABILITY OF QUAIL SPERMATOZOA

    • Authors: I Made Hermadi Putra, Wayan Bebas, I Made Kota Budiasa
      Pages: 58 - 64
      Abstract: This study aimed to determine influence of collecting frequency against concentration and spermatozoa abnormalities of quail. This study used a completely randomized design (CRD) with 3 treatment groups, is collecting sement at 2, 3 and 4 days intervals. Each treatment be repeated 9 times. Observations were made on the concentration of spermatozoa (107sel / ml) and abnormalities of spermatozoa (%). The data was analyzed using analysis of variance (ANOVA), if there are significantly different (P <0.05) followed by Duncan test. The results showed the concentration of spermatozoa in each treatment respectively 39.00 ± 5.148 x 107 cells / ml; 59.49 ± 1.878 x 107 cells / ml; 59.11 ± 2.028 x 107 cells / ml. Abnormality in each treatment was 14.22 ± 1.394%; 7.22 ± 1.202%; 7.49 ± 1.130%. The frequency of ejaculation was statistically significant (P <0.05) against the concentration and spermatozoa abnormalities of quail.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p10
       
  • PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY TEST OF
           BACTERIOCIN FROM LACTIC ACID BACTERIA ISOLATE 15B ORIGINATED FROM BALI
           CATTLE COLON ISOLATION

    • Authors: Ni Kadek Lyming Lestari, I Wayan Suardana, I Dewa Made Sukrama
      Pages: 65 - 70
      Abstract: Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) is a group of Gram-positive bacteria, in shape of coccus or bacilli and catalase-negative and also have the ability to produce lactic acid. LAB is also a microorganism which is not toxic and has the ability to produce antimicrobial compounds, known as bacteriocins. This research aimed to find out the physicochemical characteristic and the antimicrobial activities of bacteriocin isolated from isolates 15B originated from the bali cattle’colon. This study began by reculturing of isolates 15B and followed by cultivating the isolates, isolating, producing, and precipitating of bacteriocins. The physical and chemical properties of the bacteriocins were also tested before, antimicrobial activity test was conducted. The result of the cultivation showed that isolates 15B is a lactic acid bacteria characterized by the result of Gram staining as a Gram positive, catalase negative and grown on anaerobic condition. The result of chemical test, showed that bacteriocins producing isolates 15B were positive on Ninhydrin test, negative on Molisch test, and positive on Lowry test with 0,11 µg/ml concentration. Physical properties test using SDS PAGE showed negative result and antimicrobial activity test showed that the bacteriocin from isolates 15B has 35,82% effectiveness of inhibition.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p11
       
  • HISTOPATHOLOGICAL KIDNEY OVERVIEW OF EXPERIMENTAL DIABETES MELLITUS WISTAR
           RATS GIVEN ETHANOL EXTRACT OF MORINGA LEAF

    • Authors: Baiq Renny Kamaliani, Ni Luh Eka Setiasih, Ida Bagus Oka Winaya
      Pages: 71 - 77
      Abstract: This study aims to prove that the Moringa leaf extract can improve renal histological structure of diabetic Wistar rats. Wistar rats were divided into six groups, so that each group has four replications. K1 as the positive control was not given the extract, K2 was administered the extract dose 100 mg/kg, K3 was administered the extract dose 200 mg/kg, K4 was administered the extract dose 300 mg/kg, K5 was administered the extract dose 400 mg/kg, K6 was administered the extract dose 500 mg/kg. The administrations of extract were held for five weeks. Rats then sacrificed and the kidneys were taken for the histopathology preparations with Hematoxylin-Eosin staining (HE). The observations indicate fatty degeneration and necrosis of the kidneys. Kruskal Wallis test results of all treatments showed p = 0.001 in both fatty degeneration and necrosis (p <0.05).
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p12
       
  • THE SCOURING OF BINAHONG LEAVES ACCELERATES THE HEALING OF BURNS ON WHITE
           RATS

    • Authors: Komang Sri Gilang Airlangga, I Wayan Gorda, I Ketut Anom Dada, Luh Made Sudimartini
      Pages: 78 - 84
      Abstract: Burns wound is a condition where the skin tissue damage due to skin contact by the heat source such as electricity shock, chemicals irritation, fire and radiation. Research on Binahong (Anredera Cordifolia (Tenore) Steenis) has been conducted by applying leaf crush Binahong plant on the rat skin surface (Rattus norvegicus). The result is that Binahong plany can heal burns. It proven that on the examination of macroscopic microscopic of the white rats skin can shorter duration of inflammation by fasten collagen density epithelialization.[11: Research results were statistically analyzed with the help of tools SPSS for windows 17 conducted using The Randomize Posttest Only Control Group Design. Thirty-two (32) female white rats weight 150-200 gram were divided into two treatments in which each treatment consisted of 16 rats.  results were statistically analyzed with the help of tools SPSS for windows 17.  Results of the study are: 1. Binahong leaves binahong affecting the healing of burns on rats by accelerating the speed of skin epithelialization process. 2. The research result can be used for treatment of skin burn. And suggesting that Binahong can be used particularly in remote area where lack of medicine access.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p13
       
  • PROFILE IMMUNOGLOBULIN M (IgM) BALI CATTLE IN NUSA PENIDA KLUNGKUNG
           DISTRICT BALI PROVINCE

    • Authors: Luh Kadek Nanda Laksmi, I Nengah Kerta Besung, I Nyoman Suartha, Ni Ketut Suwiti
      Pages: 85 - 93
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the profile of immunoglobulin M (IgM) of bali cattle in Nusa Penida. The serum samples of 54 bali cattle that were kept in Nusa Penida based on geographical criteria consisted of highlands (Klumpu and Batumadeg villages) and lowlands (Ped villages), age covering young bali cattle (12-18 months ) and adults (24 months and over), while sex (male and female). The serum obtained was tested using the ELISA (Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay) method. The results showed that 54 samples of serum of bali cattle in Nusa Penida were detected in the presence of levels of immunoglobulin M (IgM) with values ranging from 2.565 ng/mL – 8.834 ng/mL. The mean rate of serum IgM cattle raised in the lowlands (4,837 ± 1,385 ng / mL) was descriptively higher than in the highlands (4,761 ± 1,353 ng / mL), while for female bali cattle (5.018 ± 1.370 ng / mL) higher than male (4,477 ± 1.290 ng / mL), while adult bali cattle (4,869 ± 1.417 ng / mL) was higher than young bali cattle (4,707 ± 1.305 ng / mL), but statistically comparable from all categories showed no significantly (P> 0.05). The average rate of IgM of bali cattle maintained in Nusa Penida can be used as a data base of IgM profile of bali cattle that is maintained in Nusa Penida.
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p14
       
  • HISTOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE THORACIC AND ABDOMINAL REGION SKIN OF THE
           ETAWAH GOATS CROSS BREED

    • Authors: Ni Ketut Suwiti, Mergayanti Yudanta Eka Putri, Putu Suastika, Ni Luh Eka Setiasih, Luh Gde Sri Surya Heryani, Ni Nyoman Werdi Susari
      Pages: 94 - 101
      Abstract: There have been studies of the histological structure of male and female goat skins. The histological structure and histomorphometry were taken from two region of skin, which is the thorax and abdomen. The Samples were collected from 2-3 years old Etawah goat, and than was stained using a HarrisHematoxilin Eosin method. The data were analysis based on the region and sex.  The results showed that the histological structure of Etawah cross breed consists of three layers were epidermis, dermis, and hipodermis respectively. The epidermis composed by stratum corneum, granulosum, spinosum, and basal. We were found keratin layer on the surface of epidermis. The dermis consists of papillare and reticulare stratum. That was found many sebaceous glands, sudorifera gland, pili muscle, hair follicles, blood vessels, and collagen fibers. The hypodermis layers of Etawah cross breed females skin mostly consists of the fatty tissue, whereas in males we have found thick and horizontally arranged connective tissue. The skin layer on male Etawah cross breed, thorax region thicker than the abdomen. The region and sex may have an effect on the histology structure and histomorphometry of Etawah cross breed skin. 
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p15
       
  • THE QUALITY OF BALI AND WAGYU BEEF AT THE COLD STORAGE

    • Authors: Kadek Karang Agustina, Sonia Dewi Citra Sembiring, I Ketut Suada
      Pages: 102 - 106
      Abstract: These study aims were to determine the quality of bali beef and Wagyu beef stored at 4oC. This study used a completely randomized factorial pattern design. Meat quality parameters studied included pH, water content, water holding capacity, and texture. The results showed that the pH value of Wagyu beef and bali beef increased during storage at cold temperatures. While the water content, water binding capacity, and texture of both types of meat have decreased. Significant changes occurred in observations of the fourth day. It can be concluded that the storage of Wagyu and bali beef at 4oC was not effective for a period of more than 3 days. 
      PubDate: 2019-01-24
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2019.v11.i01.p16
       
 
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