http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/issue/feed Jurnal Pro-Life 2023-01-31T09:02:45+00:00 Dr. Jendri Mamangkey, M.Si. jendri.mamangkey@uki.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p><img src="/public/site/images/marina2609/About.jpg" width="264" height="362"></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Imu Biologi merupakan salah satu ilmu yang terus bertumbuh dan menjadi bagian yang penting dalam kehidupan. Ilmu Biologi mencakup kajian teori, penelitian hingga pendidikan Biologi menjadi cakupan ilmiah yang terus diteliti dan dikaji hingga memperoleh manfaat bagi kehidupan. Program studi pendidikan Biologi FKIP-UKI ingin memberikan wadah bagi para peneliti baik di dunia Ilmu Biologi maupun Pendidikan Biologi untuk mempublikasikan hasil kajiannya. Jurnal ini terbentuk pada tahun 2014 dan menjadi referensi bagi para mahasiswa dan peneliti lain dalam melakukan penelitian. Bidang spesifik yang dicakup dalam Jurnal adalah Pendidikan dan Ilmu Biologi. Cakupan/ fokus masalah yang dicakup dalam Jurnal antara lain Pendidikan, Metode Ajar, Tumbuhan, Hewan dan Lingkungan. Jurnal Pro-Life diterbitkan oleh <strong>Pendidikan Biologi</strong>, Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan, Universitas Kristen Indonesia. Jurnal <strong>terbit 3 kali</strong> dalam satu tahun, yaitu pada Bulan November, Maret dan Juli. <strong>Template Pro life</strong> bisa diunduh <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UK3iERr1G2Z6eyFWvAEqBpk23J4siNZM/view?usp=sharing" target="_blank" rel="noopener">di sini.</a> Jurnal Pro-life <strong>terakreditasi Sinta 5 (sedang dalam proses reakreditasi)</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-1M7CB2p3HQk/W-q_nRM7weI/AAAAAAAAEvM/F_tVTySuCswQw0hNopxzCpw9T5y96s5owCLcBGAs/s1600/WhatsApp%2BImage%2B2018-11-13%2Bat%2B6.45.17%2BPM.jpeg" alt="" width="300" height="211"></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4050 Analisis Vegetasi Di Area Kebun Kakao Milik Masyarakat Lokal Papua Distrik Sidey Manokwari, Papua Barat 2022-12-17T06:08:27+00:00 Slamet Arif Susanto ssarf4@gmail.com <p>Cocoa (<em>Theobroma cacao</em> L.) cultivation by local communities in Papua Indonesia is still done traditionally using shade plants which generally grow naturally. The purpose of this study was to identify trees that grow naturally in three cocoa plantation areas of the local tribe, Sidey District Manokwari, West Papua. This research is an exploratory study using vegetation analysis techniques. Vegetation data collection was carried out using a 20 m × 20 m nested square plot method. The results showed that there were variations in the composition of vegetation and environmental parameters in the three research locations. Overall 70% is dominated by seedlings and saplings while only 30% of mature trees. The Womnowi Village (KW) location was dominated by <em>Dracontomelon dao</em>, <em>Homalium foetidum</em> and <em>Octomeles sumatrana</em> trees, while at the Kaironi Village (KK) and Sidey Makmur Village (SM) locations it was dominated by <em>Durio zibethinus</em>, <em>Piper aduncum</em> and <em>Naphelium lappaceum</em>. The index of diversity and evenness in the seedlings and saplings group was categorized as moderate, while in the mature tree group it was classified as low. Cocoa shade trees in the KW location have species similar to natural forests and need further investigation in terms of ecological and conservation functions.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Slamet Arif Susanto Susanto http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4153 Keanekaragaman Lumut Kerak (Lichenes) di Area Kaki Gunung Mutis 2022-12-17T06:17:07+00:00 Kamaluddin kamaluddinbio08@gmail.com Emanuel M. Y. Hano’e kamaluddinbio@gmail.com Lukas Pardosi kamaluddinbio@gmail.com <p><em>The aim of the study was to explore, identify and describe the types of Lichenes in the foothills of Mount Mutis in Eban Village. This research was conducted in April-July 2022 using a qualitative descriptive approach with the reconassance method. Sampling used a purposive sampling technique by taking samples, collecting and collecting them to assist in the laboratory. The results of research that have been carried out by lichens found at the foot of Mount Mutis, Eban Village, West Miomaffo District, amount to 21 types of lichen species with descriptions: Leptogium azureum, Pertusaria sp, Lepraria Loficans, Lepraria incana, Parmelia saxatilis, Parmotrema tinctorum, Cetrelia olivetorum, Heterodermia japonica, Usnea hirta, Parmotrema perlatum, Graphis scripta, Graphis sp 1, Graphis sp 2, Haematomma accolens, Cryptothecia striata, Bacidia schweinitzii, Bacidia sp, Dirinaria applanate, Opegrapha gyrocarpa, Lecidella elaeochroma, Caloplaca ferruginea. The most common lichen groups were the 12 families Parmeliaceae most commonly found in research lines with 5 species, Graphidaceae 4 species, Bacidia 2 species, Stereocaulaceae 2 species, and Collemataceaee, Pertusariaceae, Haematommataceae, Artho-niaceae, Physciaceae, Opegraphaceae, Lecidellaleceae, Teloschistaceae 1 species each.</em> Lichen substrate found living on tree trunks, tree stalks and rocks. <em>The form of lichen thallus that was most commonly found was Crustose which was 62%, then Foliose thallus was 33% and Fruticose was 5%. The diversity of mosses in the study area is strongly influenced by both abiotic and biotic environmental factors. The type of Licen found in Eban Village is a Lichen which is able to adapt to an environment which incidentally is dominated by dry land.</em></p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 kamaluddin12345 http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4267 Video Youtube Hutan Kota sebagai Media Pembelajaran Tentang Pengetahuan Hutan Kota dan Vegetasinya Di Purworejo 2022-12-20T11:02:58+00:00 Fajar Adinugraha fadinugraha0608@gmail.com <p><em>One of the topics that need to be understood as a student teacher candidate is the taxonomy and morphology of plants including the names of their species. Urban forests provide alternative learning resources that can be created in the form of videos. The video was uploaded on the Youtube channel to help learning during the pandemic, which reduces offline activities. It is hoped that making Urban Forest videos and uploading them to Youtube media will be a solution to urban forest concerns. The purposes of writing the article include: 1) identifying spermatophyta in the urban forest of Purworejo; 2) make an urban forest learning video; 3) analyze students' understanding of urban forests and their vegetation. The method used is urban forest exploration, making videos, as well as pre and post test designs by giving online test questions after watching the video. Making a forest video begins with identifying plants. There are 17 species used in making urban forest videos. The dominant vegetation in the Purworejo urban forest is acacia, teak, and mahogany. A learning video with a duration of 25 minutes 54 seconds uploaded on a personal Youtube channel, namely Fajar Adinugraha Channel with the link </em><a href="https://youtu.be/trPQ2yLBpWw"><em>https://youtu.be/trPQ2yLBpWw</em></a><em>. In its creation, the Pl@ntnet application was used to assist identification with the help of wikipedia. The application of learning videos via youtube was able to increase the score of 28.56 points from the pretest score so that there was a significant difference between the pretest and posttest scores for knowledge of urban forests and their vegetation.</em></p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Fajar Adinugraha http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4264 Kajian Pengaruh Paparan Medan Magnet terhadap Indeks Mitosis Sel Akar Bawang Putih (Allium sativum L.) Lokal Asal Timor 2022-12-17T06:37:30+00:00 Gede Arya Wiguna gede.arya@unimor.ac.id Dicky Frengki Hanas gede.arya@unimor.ac.id Welsiliana gede.arya@unimor.ac.id <p><em>Garlic is a horticultural plant that is used as a flavoring and also has pharmacological benefits. Local Timor Garlic, known as Eban Garlic, is one of the local varieties of garlic from Indonesia. Eban garlic is one of the leading commodities in North Central</em><em> Timor Regency whose cultivation is carried out for generations. To increase the yield of garlic, the growth and development of these plants must be considered. Growth and development are part of the biological processes of organisms. In plants, primary growth occurs at the growing point, namely the meristematic tissue at the tip of the shoot and the tip of the plant root. In this article, we will examine the effect of exposure to magnetic fields on the mitotic index of Eban garlic root tip cells. The results showed that the greater the exposure to a given magnetic field, the smaller the mitotic index. The control treatment had the highest mitotic index of 36.56% and exposure to a magnetic field of 20.03 mT had the lowest mitotic index of 20.03%. The results of the study based on the time of observation, the prophase phase had the greatest mitotic index, which was 84.21% in the control treatment. This means that exposure to a magnetic field that is too high can slow down the cell division of Eban</em><em> garlic roots.</em></p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Gede Arya Wiguna http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4039 Sosialisasi dan Edukasi Kandungan Nitrit dan Nitrat dalam Sayuran serta Dampaknya terhadap Kesehatan Di Desa Buntu Bedimbar 2022-12-17T06:52:23+00:00 Panal Sitorus henni.cintya@usu.ac.id Henni Cintya henni.cintya@usu.ac.id <p>The conversion of nitrates into nitrites in food is not only in vegetables as the main source,&nbsp;but also in drinking water,&nbsp;as well as in other foods such as processed meat products.&nbsp;The amount of consumption allowed by FAO / World Health Organization for a body weight of 60 kilograms is 220 milligrams for nitrates and 8 milligrams for nitrites.&nbsp;This activity received a very good and enthusiastic response from mothers&nbsp; of family walfare movement community (FWMC) members and all village officials.&nbsp;This activity was accompanied by 30 participants consisting of 20 women and 10 people from village features.&nbsp;Next,&nbsp;an observational survey was attempted by distributing questionnaires to measure the level of description of nitrites and nitrates and their effects on health.&nbsp;Next,&nbsp;an observational survey was attempted by distributing questionnaires to measure the level of description of nitrites and nitrates and their effects on health.&nbsp;The results show that 90% of FWMC members mothers after participating in this activity recognize nitrites and nitrates and the negative effects they cause,&nbsp;so they can apply them in their respective households for the health and welfare of the family</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Henni Cintya http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4060 Struktur Komunitas Collembola Pada Habitat Gua Lowo dan Kebun Warga di Desa Melirang Kabupaten Gresik, Jawa Timur 2022-12-20T10:26:52+00:00 Ria Safitri h91218054@uinsby.ac.id Siti Zulaikha safitrir036@gmail.com Saiful Bahri safitrir036@gmail.com Saiku Rokhim safitrir036@gmail.com Ita Ainun Jariyah safitrir036@gmail.com Nirmala Fitria Firdhausi safitrir036@gmail.com <p><em>Collembola is one of the soil fauna that acts as the smallest constituent component for the balance of the ecosystem. This study aims to compare the structure of the Collembola community in the habitat of Lowo Cave and Citizen's Garden in Melirang Village, Gresik Regency. This research uses descriptive exploratory research with soil drill method for soil sampling and pitfall trap for ground surface insect traps. Based on Collembola data obtained in Lowo Cave, there are 3 species with a total of 87 individuals, while in Citizen's Garden there are 6 Collembola species with a total of 145 individuals The results of the analysis of this study indicate that the Diversity Index value in the Lowo Cave habitat is H'= 0.859735 and in the Citizen's Garden a habitat with the value H' = 1.475675, the Evenness Index value in the Lowo Cave is E = 0.782565 and in the Citizen's Garden with a value of E = 0.82359, the value of the Dominance Index in Gua Lowo is 0.48104 and in the Citizen's Garden is 0.282949, the Relative Frequency of Ascocyrtus sp. and Hypogastrura consanguinea have a relative frequency of 100%.</em></p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Ria Safitri http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4292 Makanan Awetan Ikan Leiognathus equulus Asal Bangka Belitung melalui Fermentasi Bakteri Asam Laktat dan Uji Organoleptiknya 2022-12-20T10:33:32+00:00 Yovita Harmiatun yovita_aris@yahoo.co.id Adisti Ratnapuri adistiratnapuri@gmail.com Winona Elita yovita_aris@yahoo.co.id <p>This study used <em>Leiognathus equulus</em> (fish pepetek) with simple biotechnology through lactic acid fermentation to produce preserved food that has intact fish texture, fragrant aroma, and delicious taste. The data collection technique used a closed questionnaire to the respondents. The data obtained were analyzed using descriptive analysis of percentages and table tabulation of the percentage of preference criteria. The results showed that the preserved food products that were most liked by the public, namely the first sample fermentation was fermentation in the B3 sample, namely with a concentration of 30 grams of granulated sugar, 2 grams of <em>Lactobacillus bulgaricus</em> bacteria and 10 grams of salt. Percentage of assessment of the appearance of 94%, which is highly preferred with very attractive appearance indicators, fish shape that is intact, soft and fresh brownish white color. The organoleptic assessment of taste, which is 86%, is very favorable with indicators that it tastes very good, sweet and savory. The aroma is 90%, it is highly preferred with the indicator that the aroma is very delicious, fresh and smells like fruit. The organoleptic assessment of texture is 92% which is very favorable with indicators of soft, intact texture and softer bones fresh and fragrant like fruit. The organoleptic assessment of texture is 92% which is very favorable with indicators of soft, intact texture and softer bones.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Adisti Ratnapuri http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4175 Sosialisasi serta Edukasi Aplikasi Pengolahan Pangan Fungsional dalam Pencegahan Stunting Di Kecamatan Tanjung Morawa 2022-12-20T10:45:22+00:00 Henni Cintya henni.cintya@usu.ac.id Denny Satria henni.cintya@usu.ac.id Mahatir Muhammad henni.cintya@usu.ac.id <p>Stunting is the&nbsp;impaired growth and development that children experience from poor nutrition, repeated infection, and inadequate psychosocial stimulation. Stunting is an issue that has a big impact. Infants and toddlers may experience morbidity and death in the near term as a result. Low intellectual and cognitive capacities can be caused over the long term, as well as problems with degenerative diseases and the lowest quality adult human resources. The average prevalence of stunting toddler in Indonesia in 2015-2017 was 31.4%, far above the WHO limit of 20%. Based on this idea, this community service was carried out with the aim of educating mothers with the family walfare movement community (FWMC) about the importance of knowledge on how to process food from natural ingredients such as Moringa leaves and pumpkin into cookies as functional food for stunting prevention in childrens in Tanjung Morawa Regency. This activity received a very good response and high enthusiasm from FWMC and headmans. This activity was attended by 35 participants consisting of 25 mothers and 10 people as headman. Furthermore, an observation survey was conducted by providing questionnaires to measure the level of understanding of food processing from natural ingredients as functional foods for the prevention of stunting in children. Observations showed that arround 96% of mothers after participating in this activity knew what stunting was, the causes, prevention of stunting and how to process food as functional foods that could reduce the prevalence of stunting in Buntu Bedimbar Village, so that they could apply in their respective households for the health.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Henni Cintya http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4504 Potensi Antijamur Ekstrak Andaliman (Zanthoxylum acanthopodium) terhadap Candida albicans 2023-01-09T01:06:59+00:00 Fri Rahmawati fri_rahmawati@yahoo.co.id John Jackson Yang fri_rahmawati@yahoo.co.id Irene Rumiris Bavelina fri_rahmawati@yahoo.co.id <p><em>Andaliman (Zanthoxylum acanthopodium DC) is a plant that grows and is widely used in Sumatra, especially by the Batak tribe (North Sumatra). Andaliman is empirically used for the treatment of diarrhea, toothache, and is a natural food preservative. </em><em>R</em><em>esistance increase</em> <em>of antifungal drugs to </em><em>Candida albicans</em><em>, so research is needed to find new ingredients that are effective as antifungals. The use of traditional medicines derived from plants can be an alternative for the community as an antifungal. </em><em>The aim of the research was to determine the class of active compounds and the potential of andaliman fruit extract to inhibit the growth of C</em><em>. </em><em>albicans. The extraction process uses the maceration method with 70% ethanol and aquadest as a solvent. The antifungal activity test method used was the disc diffusion method and the phytochemical test using the Harborne method. The concentration of andaliman extract used was 50%, 40%, 30%, 20% and 10%, positive control was fluconazole and negative control was distilled water. The results showed that the andaliman extract was able to inhibit the growth of C</em><em>. </em><em>albicans with the lowest concentration of 10%. Andaliman extract (ethanol and aquadest) contains active compounds in the form of flavonoids, tannins, saponins, and steroids.</em></p> 2023-01-09T00:53:22+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Fri Rahmawati http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/prolife/article/view/4644 Pengaruh Sarapan terhadap Status Gizi Anak Kelas 5 SD di SDN 07 Cawang Tahun 2022 2023-01-31T09:02:45+00:00 Louisa Langi langilouisa@yahoo.com Marthin Avhandi langilouisa@yahoo.com Oviani Rezanti langilouisa@yahoo.com Ni Nyoman Triwahyuni langilouisa@yahoo.com Julian Budiono langilouisa@yahoo.com <p>This study aims to determine the pattern of breakfast in students, to determine the nutritional status of students at SDN 07 Cawang. This research is a cross sectional design study with a total sampling technique of 81 students. The instruments used for this research are questionnaires, 24 &nbsp;hours food recall, body scales, and meters. Nutritional status was assessed based on CDC charts. &nbsp;The data obtained were analyzed using the Chi Square test. The results showed that there was no significant relationship between breakfast patterns and nutritional status of students at SDN 07 Cawang with p = 0.408 (p&gt;0.05). It is known that the breakfast pattern of 32.1% of students is classified as a good breakfast pattern. Meanwhile, 67.9% of students are classified as having a poor breakfast pattern. The nutritional status of 5th grade elementary school students at SDN 07 Cawang depicted 39.5% obesity, 11.1% overweight, 28.4% normal, 21% undernourished. The results of this study have implications for efforts to improve students' breakfast patterns to improve the nutritional status of students at SDN 07 Cawang.</p> 2023-01-31T08:51:05+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Louisa Langi