Normality of The Mice's Fetal Spine during Fennel Flower Extract (Nigella sativa) Feeding

Jurnal Ilmiah Biologi Eksperimen dan Keanekaragaman Hayati (J-BEKH)

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Title Normality of The Mice's Fetal Spine during Fennel Flower Extract (Nigella sativa) Feeding
 
Creator Suciyati, Nur Anita; Jurusan Biologi FMIPA Universitas Lampung
Nurcahyani, Nuning
Sutyarso, Sutyarso
Rosa, Emantis
 
Subject Mice (Mus musculus L.); black cumin (Nigella sativa); spinal anatomical structure; fetal length; fetal weight
 
Description Black cumin (Nigella sativa) is an annual flowering herbal plant that is widely planted in India, Egypt, and the Middle East. Black cumin essential oil contains p-cymene, α-pinene, dithymoquine, thymohydroquinone, and thymoquinone (more than 50%). This study aims to determine the effect of black cumin extract on the structure of the spine, length, and fetal weight of the mouse. The study was conducted in December 2019 to February 2020 at the Zoology and Botany Laboratory of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Lampung. This study uses a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) consisting of 4 groups, each group with 5 repetitions (K1, P1, P2, P3). Black cumin extract is given orally as much as 0.3 ml/day on the 6th to 17th day of pregnancy. The control group K1 (Aquabides), P1 was given black cumin extract (2.1 mg/30 g), P2 (8.4 mg/30 g), and P3 (33.6 mg/30 g). Data on the structure of the spine were observed descriptively while the length and weight of the fetus of mice were analyzed using ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) with a significance level of α = 5%. The results obtained on the structure of the spine from each treatment did not cause abnormalities in the structure of the mice's fetal spine. Black cumin contains calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and iron which are useful in the process of bone growth and development. Besides, the results of fetal length and weight data based on the ANOVA test one factor level α = 5% statistically did not show a decrease in the length and weight of the fetus of mice.
 
Publisher Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam Universitas Lampung
 
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Date 2020-07-05
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Peer-reviewed Article
 
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Identifier https://jurnal.fmipa.unila.ac.id/jbekh/article/view/2533
10.23960/j_bekh.v7i1.2533
 
Source Jurnal Ilmiah Biologi Ekperimen dan Keanekaragaman Hayati (J-BEKH); Vol 7, No 1 (2020); 41-47
Jurnal Ilmiah Biologi Eksperimen dan Keanekaragaman Hayati (J_BEKH); Vol 7, No 1 (2020); 41-47
2686-200X
2338-4344
10.23960/j_bekh.v7i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jurnal.fmipa.unila.ac.id/jbekh/article/view/2533/1828
 
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