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Wijaya A.,University of Sriwijaya | Surahman M.,University of Indonesia | Susantidiana S.,University of Baturaja | Lakitan B.,University of Sriwijaya | Lakitan B.,Ministry for Research and Technology RISTEK
Chiang Mai Journal of Science | Year: 2014

Indonesia has committed to gradually increase share of biofuel to at least 5% on its national energy mix in 2025. Therefore, all biofuel resources need to be explored, including jatropha oil. Objectives of this study were to identify suitable Jatropha curcas L. accessions for biodiesel production and collect them for future breeding program. In this study, fourteen accessions were collected from four major islands in Indonesia. All collected accessions were grown on sub-optimal land at Agro Techno Park in South Sumatera for agronomic and genetic evaluations. Dice’s similarity coefficients between accessions were calculated and a dendrogram was constructed based on agronomic and genetic similarity matrices using the un-weighted pair-group mean algorithm. Results of this study indicated that agronomic similarities were higher among accessions collected from the same island or with neighboring island with similar agroclimate, as observed on accessions collected from Sumatera and Kalimantan. Jawa and Sulawesi accessions were in a different cluster. Accession clusters based on genetic traits was different from those based on agronomic characteristics, suggesting that environment played significant roles in influencing phenotypic characteristics. Nine crossings were made between genetically-distant accessions. Progeny with highest seed oil yield of 171.69 g/plant was from crossing between IDR (Inderalaya, Sumatera) as female and PNT (Pontianak, Kalimantan) as male parent. In addition, five other progenies exhibited heterosis effect (LMPxPDI; PDIxMDN; CRPxPDI; IDRxPLG; and PDIxLMP) are recommended for breeding programs. Seed oil yield of progenies was higher if genetic similarity coefficient between parents was lower. © 2014, Chiang Mai University. All rights reserved.


Gribaldi,University of Baturaja | Suwignyo R.A.,University of Sriwijaya | Hasmeda M.,University of Sriwijaya | Hayati R.,University of Sriwijaya
Agrivita | Year: 2016

Flood is general phenomenon found in most areas of Indonesia. This can obstruct rice crop cultivation on lowland swamp areas. Fertilization strategy is one of the efforts to increase rice crop growth and production on flooded condition. The objective of this research was to determine the best fertilization strategy on vegetative stage related to rice crop growth and production under flooded condition at two types of lowland swamp. The experimental design used in this research was split-plot design with three replications. The main plot was fertilization treatment consisting of P1= base fertilization, P2= fertilization before flooded, P3= fertilization after flooded and P4= fertilization before and after flooded. The subplot was rice variety which consisted of V1= Inpara 3, V2= Inpara 5, V3= IR 64 and V4= Ciherang. The results showed that fertilization strategy was capable of increasing rice crop growth and production under flooded condition at two types of lowland swamp. Rice variety Inpara 5 added with fertilizer before flooded on shallow-backswamp and fertilizer addition before and after flooded on middle-backswamp was the best treatment that had produced rice yield with magnitude of 4.48 and 3.43 ton per hectare, respectively. © 2016, Agriculture Faculty Brawijaya University. All rights reserved.


Yusnita Y.,Lampung University | Danial E.,University of Baturaja | Hapsoro D.,Lampung University
Agrivita | Year: 2015

The aim of this study was to observe responses of two banana cultivars ‘Ambon’ and ‘Raja Bulu’ on different BA concentrations and effects of different media and fertilizer on survival and growth of plantlets. Sterilized explants were cultured on initiation medium (MS with 1mg L-1 BA) for 4 weeks, then subjected to media MS with 2.5, 5.0, or 7.5 mg L-1 BA. Numbers of shoot buds, shoots and propagules were recorded after 4 consecutive passages with 4 weeks intervals. Rooted plantlets were acclimatized in three different media, then treated with or without NPK (32:10:10) fertilizer solution once a week. After 2 months, the survival and growth of plantlets were recorded. Cultures of banana ‘Ambon Kuning’ showed higher regenerative capacity compared to ‘Raja Bulu’, producing higher numbers of shoot buds, shoots and propagules. The best medium for propagule proliferation of both banana cultivars was MS+5 mg L-1 BA, producing 40.7 propagules for ‘Ambon Kuning’, and 12.3 propagules for ‘Raja Bulu’ per explant. In all acclimatization media tested, 100% of plantlet survival was achieved. The best plantlet growth was found in sand: compost (1:1,v/v) with application of NPK solutions. The in vitro-derived plants were planted in the field and produced fruits of high quality. © 2015, Agriculture Faculty Brawijaya University. All rights reserved.


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BeritaRabu , 25-Mei-2016Program Beasiswa Unggulan Dosen Indonesia (BUDI) 2016Kementerian Riset, Teknologi dan Pendidikan Tinggi (Kemristekdikti) bersama Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP) dalam rangka Meningkatkan kualifikasi dan kompetensi Dosen di Indonesia, membuka pendaftaran Beasiswa Unggulan Dosen Indonesia (BUDI) tahun 2016


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Fasilitas tempat beribadah di Universitas Baturaja yang dapat dimanfaatkan oleh seluruh mahasiswa, dosen maupun staf lainnya. Perpustakaan adalah unit pelaksana teknis yang berada dan bertangung jawab langsung kepada Rektor ...


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Fasilitas tempat beribadah di Universitas Baturaja yang dapat dimanfaatkan oleh seluruh mahasiswa, dosen maupun staf lainnya. Perpustakaan adalah unit pelaksana teknis yang berada dan bertangung jawab langsung kepada Rektor ...

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