BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning

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EISSN : 2775-4472
Published by: Faculty of Law Pattimura University (10.30598)
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Syahran Wael, Didik Wahyudi, Tayeb Wael, Zaid Mohamed Jaber
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 45-49; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i2.pp45-49

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Nigella sativa oil is antioxidant compound has the effect that serves to prevent cellular damage. The effect of Nigella sativa oil in the motility and total count of spermatozoa wistar rats. Experimental research with the design of post test only control group design. Wistar rats consists of 24 head and divided into 4 groups consist of control and treatment group. The control group was distilled. The first treatment was of Nigella sativa oil everydays as much with dose 150 mg/kgbw, 250 mg/kgbw, and 350 mg/kgbw, for 16 days, . Statistic test for motility and count of sperm wistar rats use the Kruskal-Wallis followed by Mann Whitney test. Avarage value of motility in the control (21.67±9.832) its lower than treatment. In dose 350 mg/kgbw its highest (52.33±13.292) compare in the treatment 250 mg/kgbw (40.67±17.512) and 150 mg/kgbw (30.67±8.165). avarage value of count sperm in the control (130.83±41.877) its lower than treatments. In dose 350 mg/kgbw its highest (199.67±23.480) compare in the treatment 250 mg/kgbw (187.50±74.538) and 150 mg/kgbw (140.83±32.568). Administration of Nigella sativa oil occur to enhancement motility and number of spermatozoa wistar rats.
Hasan Tuaputty, Tri Santy Kurnia, Syahran Wael
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 50-56; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i2.pp50-56

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Seagrass beds play an important role in coastal aquatic ecosystems and are one of the tidal areas that are widely used by the community as a forum for the interests of educational institutions in research activities, conservation of various marine biota. Ecologically, the seagrass ecosystem acts as a shelter and a place to eat various marine biota, including gastropods. The purpose of this research is not only to explore the diversity of gastropods, but also to examine the interactions of gastropod species, both between the same species and between different species in a community of seagrass ecosystems. The diversity index calculation shows the diversity index value H = 3.982 > 3, this means that the diversity of gastropod species is quite good. The results of the basic analysis obtained the calculated X2 value of 0.656, > X2 table with a significant level of 0.05%. There is an association relationship between seagrass ecosystems and the types of gastropods that live in seagrass ecosystems in coastal waters of Suli Village, Ambon. Keywords: Gastropods, Seagrass meadows, Association
Fanny Tuakora, Merry Pattipeilohy, John Fritzgal Rehena
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 79-83; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i2.pp79-83

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The function of national education is to shape the character and civilization of the nation, while developing the potential of students to be faithful, devoted, have noble character, be capable, creative, independent, democratic, and responsible. This study was to determine whether there is an effect of using environmental-based practicum methods on the identification of the types of protists on cognitive learning outcomes, interest in learning, and students' affective values. The method used in this research is quasi-experimental. (1) The effect of cognitive learning outcomes, the value of t count is greater than t table (27.793 > 2,000), (21.145 > 2.001). (2) The effect of interest in learning, the value of t count is greater than the value of t table (42.268 > 2,000), (36.030 > 2.001). (3) The effect of students' affective scores: the t-count value is greater than the t-table value (20,044 > 2,000), (30,734 > 2,001). There is a significant effect of using environmental-based practicum methods on cognitive learning outcomes, interest in learning, and affective values
Yasir Pikahulan, Pamela Mercy Papilaya, Alwi Smith
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 63-70; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i2.pp63-70

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Madarasah Aliyah BPD Iha-Kulur is one of the schools at the high school level under the Ministry of Religion but the pattern of development refers to the Ministry of National Education. therefore these schools are required to comply with various regulations regulated by the Ministry of National Education. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the availability of biology learning facilities on students' motivation and learning achievement. This study uses a type of quantitative research. Located at Madrasah Aliyah BPD Iha Kulur. On december 2020 - February 2021. Population in this study were students of class XII IPA totaling 110 and only taking a sample of 21% of the total population. Sampling technique using probability sampling technique. The instrument used in this study was a questionnaire, while the data analysis used multiple regression analysis. The show that the availability of biology learning facilities has a positive and significant influence on students' motivation and learning outcomes. The availability of biology learning facilities greatly determines student learning outcomes.
Maria Kiliroong, Hadi Wael, Alwi Smith, Syahran Wael
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 71-78; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i2.pp71-78

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Gude nuts are known as wooden nuts on Kisar Island, which is an area that uses wood nuts as food. This study aims to determine the viscosity value and organoleptic test of pigeon pea sauce based on the weight of the beans. This research was conducted in February - March 2021 at the Laboratory of the Biology Education Study Program, FKIP, Pattimura University, Ambon and a viscosity test at the Ambon Industrial Standardization and Research Institute (Baristand) using an experimental research type and the research design used was a completely randomized design ( RAL), using 3 treatments, namely the weight of pigeon pea 150 g, 300 g and 450 g and using 2 replications to obtain 6 samples. This study showed that the weight of pigeon pea had an effect on the viscosity and organoleptic of soy sauce. From the viscosity analysis, the highest viscosity was obtained, namely 608.065 cp with a weight of 450 g pigeon pea, while for pigeon pea 300 g 411.065 cp and 150 g gude beans at 141 cp and organoleptic test obtained the average value of the texture of soy sauce on the treatment of pigeon pea and soy sauce 450 g pigeon pea 300 g with an average value of 4 (very thick) and peanut gude 150 g with an average value of 3 (thick). In the flavor of pigeon pea sauce 300 g and 150 g have an average value of 3 (fragrant), while for the treatment of 450 g peanuts is 4 (very fragrant). The color of the soy sauce in the pigeon pea sauce treatment was 450 g and 300 g with an average value of 4 (very black), and the 150 g peanut sauce treatment was 3 (black). In the treatment of 450 g of pigeon pea sauce and 300 g of pigeon pea sauce, the average value was 3 (sweet). For 150 g of pigeon pea soy sauce, on average the panelists gave a score of 2 (less sweet). There is an influence on the viscosity because the weight of the nuts used is different. while the organoleptic test showed a thick, fragrant, less sweet, and sweet taste.
Hasan Tuaputty, Audrey Makatita, Marglens Bonara
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 57-62; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i2.pp57-62

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The problem of education in this digital era is that there is still a lack of teaching staff or lecturers expressing creative and innovative ideas in the form of books, or scientific works, learning models, teaching materials as solutions in learning digital technology. The knowledge and skills of Learning Management Systems for Biology Education students at the University of Pattimura in exploring and mastering the concept of Learning and Teaching are indispensable in the online learning process through the zoom meeting and whatsapp program during the covid-19. The analysis of variance test for the Fvalue of 2065,198 with the significance of the calculated F is 0.000 and the mean squared value is 1673,000, > Partial squared value of 0.989. This means that there is an influence of mastery and skills of the Learning Management System on the learning outcomes of learning and learning subjects through online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic in Semester VI Students of the Biology Education Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Pattimura University. There was success in improving learning achievement and learning outcomes in the Maluku region during the covid-19 pandemic, even though the lecture process was carried out online or online using the zoom meeting and whatsapp program. in dealing with the spread of covid 19 in the Mauku Region.
Johanis F Rehena, Sriyanti I. A Salmanu, Zasendy Rehena
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 39-44; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i1.pp39-44

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WHO mentions that 300-500 million of people in the world are infected with malaria every year, 110 million of people perform the symptoms, and 2.7 million are even died. In 2005, malaria patients in West Seram Regency were 7.760 people. The research design was Survey and Case control in order to investigate the behavior of local society, Anopheles mosquito bionomic, malaria prevalence and case fatality rate (CFR). Purposive sampling was taken from the people of 2 villages in 3 districts with the highest numbers of patients. 30 people were taken from each village so total sample was 180 respondents. Anopheles bionomics involved habitat and breeding. Malaria cases in 2012-2016 obtained from public health center, health department office and public hospitals. Data analysis was done by using Pearson correlation test. The results showed that people behavior strongly agreed in overcoming the spread of Anopheles mosquitoes and malaria. Natural breeding habitat in swamps area where mangrove trees grow and sago trees at trenches, rice fields, ponds and water on the boat. Anopheles larvae species encountered was Anopheles sundaicus that actively bite all night inside and outside the house with peak activity at 02.00-03.00 a.m. Average larval density was 5.00, 9.00 and Average density of Anopheles mosquitoes was 5.09 - 9.85. The Prevalence Rate of Malaria is still high and Case Fatality Rate (CFR) is low. There is a significant correlation between people behavior and prevalence rate and no correlation with Case Fatality Rate (CFR)
La Amaludin, Johanis F Rehena, Hermalina Sinay
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 24-31; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i1.pp24-31

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The problem-based learning model is a model that plans a problem that is given by educators to be solved by students. This PBL learning model has learning conditions oriented to concrete problems. This research aimed to determine the effect of the problem-based learning (PBL) model on the learning outcomes of class VIII students on Plant Motion Material at MTs Al-Muhajirin Waihatu. The type of research used in this research is descriptive quantitative analyzed using inferential statistics. This research was conducted for three months starting from August 10 to October 10, 2020. The location of this research was carried out in class VIII on Plant Motion Material at MTs Al-Muhajirin Waihatu with a sample of 90 students. To analyze the data obtained through questionnaires and test results, students were processed using descriptive analysis with the SPSS 20 application. The results showed that the application of the problem-based learning (PBL) learning model to the learning outcomes of students in plant motion reached the final qualifications of students (Test Formative) describes 90 students (100%) who succeeded in achieving the MCC value (minimum completeness criteria). The problem-based learning model has a significant effect on the learning outcomes of class VIII students of MTs Al-Muhajirin Waihatu, this can be seen from the significant level of 0.626 with the strong category
Eva Moy Wonley, Fredy Leiwakabessy, Stevin Melay
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 32-38; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i1.pp32-38

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Instructional Package is one of the learning media that can be used in the learning process and can increase public knowledge. This research aims to determine, (1) Development of an Instructional Package for Mangrove Forest Conservation Based on Sasi Culture in Amahai Region, (2) Knowing the Effectiveness of this Instructional Package in Improving Community Knowledge About Mangrove Forest Conservation Based on Sasi Culture in Amahai Region. And analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. This research is development research using the dick and Carey model to produce an instructional package which will be tested in Amahai and Sehati villages with a sample for each village of 30 people using a test instrument to measure knowledge both pre-test and post-test, the behaviour group used the instructional package while the control group did not use the instructional package. The mean values obtained in the behavioral group were: for the pre-test 25% and the post-test 29%, while the mean scores for the control group were 25% for the pre-test and 26% for the post-test. To find out the effectiveness of the instructional package, normality is tested using Kolmogorov Smirnov with pre-test and post-test data, and the gain scores are declared normal, and the variance homogeneity test using levena is the value of the two groups is homogeneous and the test is different (t-test). with the significance value used is α 0.05. Thus, it can be concluded that the instructional package is effective and feasible to be used as a learning resource and can be used in the learning process
Eifan Boyke Pattiasina, Pieter Kakisina, Ferymon Mahulette
BIOEDUPAT: Pattimura Journal of Biology and Learning, Volume 1, pp 17-23; https://doi.org/10.30598/bioedupat.v1.i1.pp17-23

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Normally macrophages are always in the body and spread in various body tissues such as liver tissue (Kupffer cells). Macrophages in tissue can be identified by the expression of several markers, in humans the marker is CD68. The increase and decrease in macrophage activity in the liver can also be indicated by an increase in SGPT levels so that atung seeds have the ability to inhibit the growth of S. tyhpi bacteria which contain tannin compounds which can damage microbial cell walls and form bonds with microbial functional proteins so that bacterial growth is inhibited. The purpose of this study was to determine the SGPT levels and macrophage activity. The method used is laboratory experiment. The results showed an increase in SGPT levels in the positive control (87.00 ± 2,915) and a concentration of 25% (84.20 ± 3,962) and a decrease in SGPT levels in the negative control (50.80 ± 2.168 *), 50% concentration (78.20 ± 3.114 *) and concentrations. 75% (58.20 ± 3,834), decreased macrophage activity in the liver also occurred at a concentration of 50% and at a concentration of 75%, the liver was normal, which was indicated by the resulting brown expression
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