International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review

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Riklan Kango, Hadiyanto Hadiyanto, Ezra Hartarto Pongtularan, Mohamad Ilyas Abas
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 2, pp 6-13; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v2i1.64

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This research aims to propose new solutions for alternative sources of electrical energy in open spaces. We validated this solution by implementing a solar cell in a park bench object. Furthermore, analyzing the statistical data by taking the average value of; current, voltage, and power generated by the smart bench object. The experimental results show that the proposed solution has the same performance as conventional lighting. Electric park benches can operate longer using a solar cell with an output power of 26.76 Watt-peak hours. With the large potential of solar power, solar cells' application in an open environment is very suitable. With this electric bench, it is still energy efficient and green energy
Hasim Hasim
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 2, pp 37-49; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v2i1.93

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The coast is an area that has very high activity. It is estimated that 60% of the world's population lives in coastal areas. Various types of pollution enter this area. Halogenated hydrocarbons, pesticides, marine biotoxins, synthetic fertilizers, livestock and fishery waste, heavy metals, hot water discharges and radioactive substances. Coastal areas are natural ecosystems built by unique ecosystems including mangrove forests, seagrass beds and coral reefs. The three ecosystems interact dynamically and are interdependent. One of the characteristics of natural ecosystems is the ability to self-purify so that their carrying capacity is optimal. The coastal self-purification capacity is built by the synergy between the physical, chemical and biological components as well as their hydrological-morphological components. The self-purification mechanism includes filtration, transformation, degradation and decomposition. Self-purification is the ability of coastal ecosystems to accept a certain amount of waste in a complex natural process and before there is an indication of a decrease in its intended function. The implementation of self-purification effectively will support the optimization of carrying capacity, namely the ability of the ecosystem to support the life of the population. There are three factors related to carrying capacity, namely the availability of natural resources, population and consumption levels.
Okocha Michele
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 2, pp 14-17; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v2i1.72

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The study aimed at investigating the use of cassava as potential alternative renewable energy. The study method utilized is a descriptive method of making bioethanol from cassava on a research facility scale. 50 kg of new cassava, include 1.5 ml of alpha-amylase protein at that point warm for 30-60 minutes Include 1 g of bread yeast, 65 g of urea, and 14 g of NPK. The efficiency of cassava at the cultivate level is 14.3 - 18.8 to/ha, in spite of the fact that information from the inquire about center reports that efficiency can reach 30-40 tons / ha. It is prescribed that cassava as a biofuel fabric comes from assortments that have the taking after properties: tall starch substance, tall abdicate potential, safe to biotic and abiotic stresses, adaptability in cultivating and collecting age.
Nursetia Wati, Irawan Ibrahim
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 2, pp 18-29; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v2i1.74

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In 2015, the number of registrants for new student candidates at Muhammadiyah University of Gorontalo, has increased about 20% - 50% from the last year in 2014, but when it starts from 2017/2018 of the academic year the number of new student candidates who registered was only around 4,713 students for bachelor’s and there is 1,256 students for Bachelor’s Degree, while in the academic year of 2018/2019 bachelor’s degree students were only 765 and bachelor’s students were around 4,187, it is known as a decline from the previous year. This study, aims to help to predict the number of prospective of the new students who will enroll in the following of the academic year by analyzing the comparison of the C4.5 and Nearest Neighbor Algorithms with comparing two of algorithms to get the best results. In the C4.5 and Nearest Neighbor Algorithms, it is necessary to be able to see some patterns from the data about the prospective students, then, they can produce the predictions of the number of prospective students who can help in increasing the number of prospective students that is according to the target achievements of Muhammadiyah University of Gorontalo (UMG) itself.
Schafir Thomas, Csery Andres
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 2, pp 30-36; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v2i1.79

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This article addresses Biomass as a green energy source. The oil palm by-product is commonly accepted as a suitable raw material for power plant diesel. Numerous countries are beginning to transition to palm biomass as a fuel source due to its environmental friendliness and green nature. Renewable energy management needs technology, since it would only be produced to generate energy from natural products that will never run out. Nevertheless, the life of the oil palm plantation itself is very poor. For example, the influence of oil palm plantations on natural capital in green land has decreased or even vanished. Indeed, the biological organisms that inhabit it are the primary source of life for the population, especially the indigenous people who live in close proximity to the soil.
Vandon T. Borela, Jan Arianne Urbano, Andrei Joshua Tayag, Myco Teresa
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 2, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v2i1.25

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Hanguana Malayana, known as Bakong plant is an invasive macrophytic plant found in few regions of the Philippines. Due to its mode of propagation, it occupies large spaces and it invades the space that’s allotted for the crops of local farmers. Hence, the researchers investigate this plant for beneficial uses. In this study, the effect of the different concentrations of H. malayana crude ethanolic leaf extract on Saureus is evaluated on the basis of the study of Ooh and company (2014) stating that the plant is a potential resources of bioactive phytoconstituents. This research concluded that the Hanguana malayana crude leaf ethanolic extract has an antibacterial property against Staphylococcus aureus.
Inka Sumule, Citrakesumasari Citrakesumasari, Nurpudji Astuti Daud, Abdul Salam, Rahayu Indriasari, Erniwati Ibrahm
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 1, pp 53-63; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v1i2.50

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This study aims to determine the oleic acid levels of mature breast milk and to analyze differences in oleic acid levels in mature breastfeeding mothers with chronic energy deficiency (KEK) nutritional status and normal nutritional status. This type of research is analytic observation with a cross sectional approach. The population in this study was mature breastfeeding mothers who were in the work area of ​​Sudiang and Sudiang Raya Public Health Centers. The sample in the study was breastfeeding mother's milk aged 2 weeks-6 months. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling method, a sample size of 38 consisting of 19 breastfeeding mothers and 19 breastfeeding mothers with normal nutritional status. Data were analyzed using the Manwithney test. The results of the study found that oleic acid levels in SEZ breastfeeding mothers were in the range of 0.7 - 1.7, with an average of 0.95 ± 0.198 and normal breastfeeding mothers, the oleic acid levels ranged from 0.6 to 1.4 with an average of 0 , 94 ± 0.195. The results of statistical tests found no significant difference p = 0.317 levels of oleic acid in breastfeeding mothers, the nutritional status of KEK compared to normal nutritional status. Oleic acid levels in breast milk for breastfeeding mothers with KEK were 94.7%, category less than the reference and in breastfeeding mothers the normal nutritional status was 100% lower than the reference level (1.5 gr / L).
Dian Fatriani Indah Saputri, Anwar Daud, Rachman Syah, Agus Bintara Birawida, Hasnawati Amqam, Syamsiar S. Russeng
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 1, pp 37-46; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v1i2.44

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Depuration is an effort to reduce/eliminate contamination including microplastics, which one is using a water circulation system. This study aims to determine the effective depuration time to reduce the microplastic content in Asaphis detlorata This study used a quantitative approach with experimental research design with a completely randomized design. There are 450 shells used as an experimental animal where is the treatment consisted of four depuration times, namely 1;2;3; and 4 days with 3 repetitions of each treatment, while the control shells were without depuration. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to see the effect of depuration treatment on the microplastic content. If the effect of the treatment was significantly different, then the post hoc test was continued to determine the differences between treatments. The results showed that Asaphis detlorata obtained from the mouth of the Lakatong river estuary were contaminated with microplastics ranging from 0.6 to 8.1 MPs/shellfish and an average of 3.96 MPs/shellfish. Depuration time significantly affected the microplastic content in shellfish depuration effectiveness. There is a tendency that the longer depuration time is decreased microplastic content in shellfish. The effective depuration time to reduce the microplastic content in Asaphis detlorata was 3 and 4 days. Further research is needed for a more effective depuration for cleaning microplastics in shellfish.
Winarti Ibrahim, Moh. Muchlis Djibran, Merita Ayu Indriant, Yusriyah Atikah Gobel
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 1, pp 80-84; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v1i2.101

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Motivation is a drive that comes from within and from outside that can affect youth to work in the agricultural sector. This research was conducted in Paguyaman District. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between motivation and the interest of village youth to work in the agricultural sector. Analysis of the data used is relationship analysis (Chi-Square). The results showed that there was no relationship between motivation and interests of youth with a value of x2 count (4.779) smaller than the value of x2 table (9.487), so it can be concluded that H1 is rejected and H0 is accepted
Hartati Inaku
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 1, pp 12-21; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v1i2.27

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Health cadres have responsibility for the local community and leaders appointed by the health center. They are expected to be able to carry out the instructions given by the supervisor in the work relationship of the health team. This article aims to examine the Comparative Study of Balanced Nutrition Knowledge of Health Cadres in the Village and Sub-district of Kabila District, Bone Bolango Regency. The type of research used in this research is comparative quantitative research with a cross-sectional study approach. The population in this study were all health cadres registered in the villages and sub-districts of Kabila District Bone Bolango Regency, as many as 72 health cadres. The sample size in the study was determined based on the Slovin method which was 42 samples. The results of the research were 17 health cadres in the village had sufficient knowledge of balanced nutrition (81.0%). Meanwhile, a small proportion of them had less knowledge of balanced nutrition, namely 1 person (4.8%). Most of the health cadres in the Sub-districts have sufficient knowledge of balanced nutrition, as many as 15 people (71.4%). Meanwhile, a small proportion of them had less knowledge of balanced nutrition, namely 2 people (9.5%). There is no difference in the level of knowledge of balanced nutrition among health cadres in the village and health cadres in the sub-district with a p value of 0.140.
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