INSINAS2019-01

Published: 10 March 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/48w2376x9j.1
Contributors:
A'an Johan Wahyudi,
Lisa Fajar Indriana,
Muhammad Firdaus,
Hanif Budi Prayitno,
Hanny Meirinawati

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This dataset consists of "Rate and Efficiency of Organic Carbon Assimilation by Aquacultured Sandfish Juvenile Holothuria scabra." The dataset supports that paper accordingly. The growth rate of H. scabra, as shown by the wet and dry weight of the juveniles. The codes S, K, and T are used for juveniles from Sekotong, Kayangan, and Labuhan Treng pond, respectively. The codes X, Y, Z, and C are used for rice bran, cow manure, seagrass extract, and the control, respectively. We highlight the exponential growth rate of juveniles with the rice bran diet. Fecal pellet (FP) egestion rate (column Ia) and the average of FP egestion rate based on treatment in dry weight of fecal pellet (Column Ib) and organic carbon (Column Ic). Column II shows the cumulative egestion of fecal pellets for three juvenile origins (Kayangan, Sekotong, and field pond, respectively). The codes S, K, and T are used for juveniles from Sekotong, Kayangan, and Labuhan Treng pond, respectively. The codes X, Y, Z, and C are used for rice bran, cow manure, seagrass extract, and the control, respectively. Organic carbon assimilation rate and efficiency by H. scabra juveniles. The codes S, K, and T are used for juveniles from Sekotong, Kayangan, and Labuhan Treng pond, respectively. The codes X, Y, Z, and C are used for rice bran, cow manure, seagrass extract, and the control, respectively. Assimilation rate and efficiency The assimilation rate is calculated using the following formula: Assimilation rate (mg C/d) = [((s*a)+(d*a)-(f*a))]/t where a = dry weight of the ingested mixed sediment ≈ dry weight of excreted fecal pellets (in grams); d = organic diet material (in mg C g-1); s = organic material from sediment substrate (in mg C g-1); f = organic material of fecal pellets (in mg C g-1); and t = time (in days). Assimilation efficiency is calculated using the following formula: Assimilation efficiency (in %) = [((s*a)+(d*a)-(f*a))/((s*a)+(d*a))] * 100% Where a = dry weight of ingested mixed sediment ≈ dry weight of excreted fecal pellets (in grams); d = organic diet material consumed per day (in mg C g-1.d-1); s = organic material from sediment substrate ingested per day (in mgC g-1.d-1); f = organic material of fecal pellets excreted per day (in mg C g-1. d-1).

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Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia

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Biological Oceanography, Biogeochemistry, Marine Biology

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