The Effect of Calcium Hydroxideon Mortality of Ascaridia galli In Vitro

Journal of Parasite Science

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Title The Effect of Calcium Hydroxideon Mortality of Ascaridia galli In Vitro
Creator Audini, Inggarsetya Syah
Koesdarto, Setiawan
Yudaniayanti, Ira Sari
Sigit, Setiawati
Sosiawati, Sri Mumpuni
Sunarso, Agus
Calcium hydroxide, Ascaridia galli, Anthelmintic
Description Ascaridiasis can be happened in either broiler or hens that can caused decrease of meat and egg productions. Ascaridiasis is a parasite that is most often found in poultry and cause high economic losses. This research was conducted to determine the anthelmintic effect of calcium hydroxide [Ca(OH)₂] on mortality of Ascaridia galli in vitro. In this research used Ascaridia galli with length 7-11 cm without differentiating their sex. The concentrations of calcium hydroxide [Ca(OH)₂] for immersion the Ascaridia galli were 0,01%, 0,02%, 0,025% and 0,03% as treatment group, respectively. The negative control used aquadest. Observation death A.galli worm and analysis of the data at the 2 hour, 4 hour, 6 hour, 8 hour, 10 hour and 12 hour. The result showed that the increase of concentration increased mortality of Ascaridia galli. Percentage of death worm A.galli at the 12th hour on concentration ,01%, 0,02%, 0,025% and 0,03% was 20%, 55%, 75% and 100%. ANOVA test showed significant difference between control and treatment group (p<0.05). Duncan multiple range test was seen the best treatment was the biggest mortality in concentration of 0,03%.
Publisher Universitas Airlangga
Date 2019-12-02
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article

Format application/pdf
Source Journal of Parasite Science; Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Journal of Parasite Science; 5-8
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Journal of Parasite Science

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