BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan

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ISSN / EISSN : 2407-4969 / 2684-8341
Current Publisher: Faculty of Law Pattimura University (10.30598)
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Haslina Kole, Prelly Tuapattinaya, Theopilus Watuguly
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 91-96; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page91-96

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Background: Seagrass (Enhalus Acoroides) is one of the most widely spread seagrass species in Indonesia and the seeds can be used by the community to be semi-processed product like Tempe (Fermented soyben). Another advantage possessed by Seagrass (Enhalus Acoroides) is that it has quite high nutrition. This research aimed to find out the carbohydrate and fat level on Tempe made from the fermentation of the seagrass seeds (Enhalus acoroides). Method: The analysis of the level of carbohydrate used by different method while the fat used Soxhlet method. Result: Based on the result of the research if the seagrass seeds been processed to be tempe, thus the carbohydrate and fat level was increased with the comparison of appropriate yeast. Conclusion: raw seagrass seeds if being processed to be tempe can increase the level of nutrition with the ppropriate amount of the yeast compared to consuming directly.
Reni S YangLera, J F Rehena, P M. J Tuapattinaya
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 97-100; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page97-100

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Background: In an effort to improve Biology learning outcomes at school, teachers need to apply learning models that enable students to achieve these needs. One learning model used by researchers is the Student Facilitator and Explaining learning model combined with the Coures Review Horay model. Student Facilitator and Explaining makes students as facilitators, namely providing opportunities for students to explain or convey ideas to other students. While Coures Review Horay asks students to write answers to questions on a given card that has a number. Method: This research includes descriptive research and analysis used to determine the effectiveness of the application of the model using manual analysis. The data source in this study was students of class VIII-1 SMP Negeri 7 Ambon with a total of 30 students. Results: The application of the Student Facilitator And Explaining learning model combined with the Course Review Horay model can improve the learning outcomes of the Human Digestive System material in Grade VIII students of SMP Negeri 7 Ambon. This result is seen in the average value obtained at the final value of 79.70. Conclusion: There are differences in learning outcomes before and after the implementation of the Student Facilitator and Explaining learning model combined with the Coures Review Horay model in the Human Digestive System material.
Lea Olivia Wattimena, H Tuaputty, S I. A Salmanu
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 27-33; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue1page27-33

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Background: The process of learning biology as one part of the whole process of education in schools has an important role in efforts to improve students' biological abilities, this study aims to determine the learning outcomes and critical thinking of students by using a brain based learning learning model combined with a mind learning model mapping on the concept of biodiversity. Method: This research was conducted at Amahai 1 High School, and the data obtained were analyzed descriptively. The object of research is 21 students in class X MIA. Results: Research shows that increasing student learning outcomes and critical thinking on biodiversity material by using a brain based learning model combined with a mind mapping model gets a pretty good improvement. This is consistent with the analysis of data on the percentage obtained from the results of the initial and final tests. Increased critical thinking can be seen by using 5 aspects with indicators on the final test and cognitive aspects. Conclusion: The application of the Brain based learning model and the Mind mapping model can improve student learning outcomes and critical thinking
Mychael Pentury, P M. J Tuapattinaya, S I. A Salmanu
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 40-45; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue1page40-45

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Background: The use of appropriate learning models, is an alternative to overcome the problem of students' low absorption of lessons, in order to improve the quality of teaching. SIMAS ERIC learning model (Skimming, Mind Mapping, Questioning, Exploring, Writing, and Communicating) is a learning model that helps teachers train students to plan learning, monitor the learning process, and evaluate student learning outcomes. This study aims to determine the implementation of SIMAS ERIC (Skimming, Mind Mapping, Questioning, Exploring, Writing, and Communicating) learning models to improve biology learning outcomes in eighth grade students of one-roof state junior high school, Kairatu. Method: The research design used was descriptive research. Research subjects were 25 garde VIII students. Data on biology learning outcomes are obtained through pre-test and post-test, observation to observe cognitive, affective, and psychomotor abilities. Results: The average achievement score obtained at the final value is 85.23%. Conclusion: There is an increase in student learning outcomes shown through the results of formative tests after being taught breathing system material in human beings with the application of the SIMAS ERIC learning model (Skimming, Mind mapping, Questioning, Exploring, Writing, Communicating)
Nelci Dompeipen, S I. A Salmanu, Ine Arini
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 46-52; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue1page46-52

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Background: Education is a process in order to influence students to be able to adapt to the environment so as to cause changes in themselves that are useful in people's lives. This study aims to obtain a picture of the activities of teachers in the learning process with lecture, discussion and simulation methods in improving learning outcomes of human respiratory system material in class XI MIA3 students of SMA Negeri 5 Ambon. Method: This research is a Classroom Action Research conducted with 2 cycles, the stages of each cycle consisting of planning, implementation, observation and reflection. The subjects of this study were the teachers and all students of class XI MIA3 in SMA Negeri 5 Ambon in the 2019/2020 school year, totaling 34 students. The research instrument was in the form of observation sheets to obtain data on teacher activities in applying learning using lecture, discussion and simulation methods and questionnaire sheets were used to motivate students to learn biology data. Results: The activity of the teacher with the method of learning lecture discussion and simulation in the first cycle obtained good and very good categories, and the second cycle became very good. In the first cycle the average learning outcomes of students' biology was 68.29 to 91.01 in the second cycle with very good category. Conclusion: Learning outcomes in cycle II are better when compared to cycle I and in cycle II have experienced a significant increase in learning.
Rina Juliana Sahuleka, Ali Awan, Stevin Melay
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 101-108; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page101-108

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Background: Learning is a process of interaction between teachers and students that is shown to make changes in students' attitudes and mindsets to achieve optimal learning outcomes. The teacher designs learning biology using a contextual approach that is confusing and time-consuming. In learning biology student success is determined by the final outcome of learning. Methods: The subjects in this study were class XI Science 2 and the data obtained by observation, interviews and learning outcomes tests were analyzed descriptively using a list of initial and final test scores. Results: The cognitive aspects of the assessment there were 11 students who scored at intervals (80-100) with a percentage of 68.75% very good information and 5 students who scored at intervals (66-79) with a percentage of 31.25% good information. Evaluation of affective aspects obtained a percentage of 100%. For the Final Test, there are 12 students who score at intervals (80-100), with a percentage of 75% and very good information, and 4 students who score at intervals (66-79), with a percentage of 25% and good information. At the final grade there are 16 students who score at intervals (80-100), with a percentage of 100% and with very good information. Conclusion: The application of the Inside Outside Circle (IOC) type of cooperative learning model to the concept of the human excretion system can improve student learning outcomes by achieving KKM 70.
Hartia Hartia, Fredy Leiwakabessy, Ine Arini
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 83-90; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page83-90

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Background: The Two Stay Two Stray cooperative learning model is one of the cooperative learning techniques that provides opportunities for groups to discuss sharing results and information with other groups. The Make a Match model is part of cooperative learning in which the learning model the teacher prepares a card that contains problems or problems and prepares an answer card then the student looks for the pair of cards. This study aims to determine the improvement of Biology learning outcomes for VIII grade students of SMP Negeri 2 Ambon on additive material and taught using the Two Stay Two Stray cooperative learning model combined with the Make a Match type. Method: This research was conducted from 10 October to 7 November 2019. The type of research used was descriptive. The research subjects were students of class VIII bill 1, totaling 23 students. The instruments used were preliminary and final tests, observation sheets, worksheets. Results: The results showed that there was an increase in student learning outcomes from 39.52% to 100%. After being taught with the Two Stay Two Stray cooperative learning model combined with the Make a Match type. Conclusion: There is an increase from the initial test results of students who have not reached the minimum completeness criteria and the final test has reached the Minimum completeness Criteria (KKM).
Siti Mia Soulissa, Alwi Smith, M Nur Matdoan
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 109-116; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page109-116

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Background: This study aims to determine the relationship of e-book based teaching materials on Android and think critically to the learning outcomes of the concept of the human respiratory system. Method: The type of research used is quase experimental research with one group pre-test post-test research design. This research was carried out at SMP Negeri 3 Bula on October 29, 2018 - November 29, 2018. The sample in this study was eighth grade students consisting of 22 people, data collection instruments in the form of learning outcomes tests and questionnaire sheets. Data were analyzed using correlation test with the help of SPSS Version 23.0 for windows. Results: There is a very weak relationship of teaching materials based on android e-books on the learning outcomes of the concept of the human respiratory system with a correlation value -, 145. There is a very weak relationship with learning outcomes with a correlation value (r) of - 104. There is a very strong and significant relationship between teaching materials based on android e-books and critical thinking together on the learning outcomes of the concept of the human respiratory system with a correlation value (r) of 0.971. Conclusion: Both variables have a very weak negative relationship. Critical thinking on learning outcomes has a very weak negative relationship. Critical thinking contributes to learning outcomes of 10.4% and the remaining 89.6% comes from other factors. There is a relationship between Androidbased Ebook teaching materials and critical thinking on learning outcomes
Wa Mega Wally, M Nur Matdoan, Ine Arini
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 117-120; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page117-120

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Background: Mangrove forests are coastal ecosystems that usually grow along beaches or river mouths and are strongly influenced by tides. Mangrove crab (Scylla sp) is one of the important fisheries commodities in Indonesia. Mangrove crabs are very prospective as foodstuffs because they have an important nutritional value for the body, with 47.5% protein content and 11.20% fat. The intertidal zone of Wael hamlet is a coastal area located between the highest tides and lowest low tides. This area is a transition from ocean conditions to land conditions. Method: This research uses descriptive research type, which is to express information descriptively about diversity and species distribution patterns. Results: This study shows that mangrove crabs found in the mangrove forest area were 2 species, namely 7 species of Scylla sp and 5 species of Scylla oceanica. Conclusion: This study shows that the diversity level of crabs is low while the distribution pattern of mangrove crabs is said to be clustered.
Aprilya Claudia Aliputty, Fredy Leiwakabessy, Merry Pattipeilohy
BIOPENDIX: Jurnal Biologi, Pendidikan dan Terapan, Volume 6, pp 62-67; doi:10.30598/biopendixvol6issue2page62-67

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Background: Sugar palm plants (Arenga pinnata MERR) are plants that have great potential in terms of food shortages. Currently the main product of the palm sugar plantations is the sap of tapping male flowers made of palm sugar, sageru, vinegar and alcoholic drinks. In addition, all parts of the palm treeare useful and can be used for a variety of needs, ranging from roots, stems, leaves, fibers, and the results of their production are roomie, flour and fruit. This study aims to determine the organoleptic quality and jelly fiber content of drinks made from palm fruit (Arenga pinnata Merr). Methods: This study uses a gravimetric method to determine the levels of fiber in jelly drinks and hedonic methods to test organoleptics. Results: Based on the results of the analysis it can be concluded that the levels of jelly fiber drinks made from palm fruit are different. In the U-I test code the fiber content was 0,3446 while in the U-II test code it was 0,3127. Organoleptic test on jelly drink made from palm fruit showed the average for color parameters of 3, taste of 4.8, texture of 4.9, and suppleness of 4.5. This research is implied in the form of leaflets to the Taniwel community. Conclusion: The levels of jelly fiber drinks made from palm fruit are different. Organoleptic testing was carried out by 20 panelists who had tested the parameters of color, taste, texture and suppleness
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