Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-09-26T08:30:31+00:00 Kusnoto Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS)</strong> <a href="" target="_self">P-ISSN (2599-0993)</a> and <a href="" target="_self">E-ISSN (2656-5331)</a> Since 2002 the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has had a Media Kedokteran Hewan, because keeping in mind that only one journal must accommodate many articles written by lecturers and students, various journals have been developed according to the disciplines in each department, one of which is the <strong>Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS)</strong> that can publish parasitic fields from various faculties and institutions related to the field of parasitology,<strong> Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS)</strong> which will be published in 2017 to accommodate publication obligations for undergraduate and graduate students as well as other parties conducting research in the field of parasitology.</p> Front Matter Vol 6 No 2, 2022 2022-09-26T07:14:46+00:00 Front Matter <p>Front Matter Vol 6 No 2, 2022</p> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Ectoparasite Detection in Culling Layer Hen That Sold at Wonokromo Market Surabaya City 2022-09-15T11:38:07+00:00 NASHIHATUS SHOLIHAH Sherbina Bai Sri Hidanah Dhandy Koesoemo Wardhana Agus Sunarso Poedji Hastutiek M.Gandul Atik Yuliani <p>The purpose of the research were to identify the species, prevalence, and predilection of ectoparasite in Culling Layer Hen at Wonokromo Market, Surabaya City. The research was conducted from March to May 2021 with total of 100 sample of chickens were examined by the skin and feather body region. Identification of ectoparasite was carried out at The Laboratory Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Universitas Airlangga using permanent <em>mounting </em>methods. The results showed, the species of ectoparasite that infest the culling layer hen were <em>Menopon gallinae </em>21%, <em>Lipeurus caponis </em>10%, <em>Ornythonissus bursa </em>10%, and <em>Dubininia melopsitacci </em>70%. Predilection of ectoparasite shows that <em>M. gallinae </em>were found in the head-neck, back, wings, and legs region<em>. L. caponis </em>was found in the head-neck, wings, and back region. <em>O. bursa </em>was found in the legs and tail region, and <em>D. melopsitacci </em>was found in the entire body of chicken, the head-neck, back, wings, abdomen, legs, and tail.</p> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) Ovicidal Effects of Pineapple Peel Juice (Ananas comosus L.) as a Control of Ascaridians in Chicken (Gallus domesticus) In Vitro 2022-09-22T05:48:14+00:00 Indira Vania Carisya Setiawan Koesdarto Tjuk Imam Restiadi Nove Hidajati <div> <p>The aim of this research was to know whether pineapple peel juice can be used as an ovicidal of <em>in vitro A galli. </em>This study used eggs of <em>A. galli</em> worms obtained by collecting adult <em>A. galli </em>worms from the small intestines of fresh local chickens purchased from traditional markets in Surabaya. The research design used was a completely randomized design (CRD) with four treatments , the concentration of pineapple peel juice was 0% (Control), 5%, 10%, and 20%. Each treatment consisted of six replications, with observations on days 5, 10, 15 and 20. Developed eggs were identified with the presence of larvae within egg and the movement of larvae. The data obtained will be analyzed with the ANOVA Statistical Test with the SPSS device and then followed by the Duncan test. The results of statistical analysis showed that pineapple peel juice had a significant effect on the development of <em>A. galli </em>worm eggs <em>In Vitro</em>. The number of damaged <em>A.galli </em>eggs increased as they were given higher pineapple juice concentration. This proves that pineapple peel juice has higher anthelmintic effect with increasing concentration given. Pineapple peel juice 20% is the best juice concentration.</p> </div> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Identification of Ectoparasites and Gastrointestinal Tract Endoparasites in Stray Cats at Traditional Market of Bojonegoro City 2022-09-15T12:26:02+00:00 Karina Rachmawati Setiawan Koesdarto Iwan Sahrial Hamid Dian Ayu Permatasari <p>&nbsp; &nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;">ABSTRACT</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><br>This study aims to determine the ectoparasites and endoparasites on gastrointestinal tract that infest stray cats in Bojonegoro traditional market. The samples in this study were ectoparasites and feces from 40 stray cats in Bojonegoro traditional market. The ectoparasite samples were examined using the permanent attachment method without staining, while the feces samples were examined using three methods, namely native, simple sedimentation and fulleborn floatation. A positive sample is considered if a parasite is found that matches the characteristics of a parasite in cats sourced from scientific references. The results of the examination of 40 stray cats found 27 positive ectoparasites, 23 positive worms and 6 positive protozoa. The types of ectoparasites found were Ctneocephalides felis (67.5%), Otodectes cynotis (15%) where age and gender did not affect the prevalence, while the endoparasites found were Toxocara cati (42.5%), Ancylostoma sp. (22.5%) and Isospora felis (15%), age has effect on the prevalence obtained and sex has no effect <br>.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Keywords : Stray cats, Ectoparasites, Endoparasites in gastrointestinal tract</p> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Prevalences of Gastrointestinal Parasitic in Dogs and Cats at Kaki 4 and K-5 Clinics Kediri City 2022-09-22T06:07:09+00:00 Taufan Ary Handoko Poedji Hastoetik Mufasirin Mufasirin Herry Agoes Hermadi Nusdianto Triakoso <p>Parasitic diseases of the gastrointestinal have a bad impact for dogs and cats. This study was conducted to determine the prevalence, types, and different of maintenance system on dogs and cats in Kaki 4 and K-5 clinics Kediri city. This study used 100 samples of cat and dog feses. The result showed 4% prevalence i.e. 2 samples are positively infected by <em>Ancylostoma</em> sp. (2%), 1 sample is positively infected by <em>Toxocara cati</em> (1%), and 1 sample is positively infected by <em>Ancylostoma</em> sp., <em>Dipylidium caninum</em>, and <em>Toxascaris leonina</em> (1%). Classified by maintenance system, the dogs and cats that maintenance with semi-intensif system prevalence was 2.1% (2/96), while intensif prevalence of 50% (2/4). Based on gender, male prevalence of 7.4% (4/54), while a female was not infected by gastrointestinal parasite. Classified by age, the dogs and cats under age of one year the prevalence of 4.2% (2/47), while those age one year or more prevalence was 3.8% (2/53). Based antiparasitic drugs that given the dogs and cats prevalence was 2.1% (2/96), while not given prevalence of 50% (2/4). Based on breed, the pure breed prevalence of 2.8% (1/36), mix breed prevalence of 12.5% (1/8), while the domestic breed prevalence was 3.6% (2/56).</p> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Ultrastructural Morphology Comparison of Raillietina echinobothrida and Raillietina tetragona In Native Chickens at Sidoarjo Regency Using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) 2022-09-15T11:47:55+00:00 Maudika Pamela Fiorenza Afiyah Rahmadani Arimbi Arimbi Endang Suprihati Nunuk Dyah Retno Lastuti Sunaryo Hadi Warsito This study aimed to compare the ultrastructural morphology of <em>Raillietina echinobothrida </em>and <em>Raillietina tetragona </em>that infected the small intestine of native chickens (<em>Gallus domesticus</em>) obtained from various traditional markets in Sidoarjo Regency. The samples used in this research were 57 small intestines of native chickens (<em>Gallus domesticus</em>) sold at Tulangan, Wonoayu, Larangan, Krian, and Suko Market. The samples were macroscopic and microscopically examined using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The result showed that <em>Raillietina echinobothrida </em>with prevalence of 57.89% has a yellowish string-like body (length 16-23 cm) with a round scolex (0.27-0.3 mm in diameter), round sucker (0.07x0.08-0.08x0.09 mm in size), rostellum armed with hooks has size of 0.06x0.07-0.08x0.1 mm, and unsegmented, thick, and short neck. Meanwhile <em>Raillietina tetragona </em>showed prevalence of 29.05%, also has a yellowish string-like body (length 20-28 cm) with an oval scolex (0.16-0.2 mm in diameter), oval sucker (0.04x0.09-0.05x0.01 mm in size), rostellum armed with hooks has the size of 0.03x0.05-0.04x0.06 mm, and unsegmented, thin, and long neck. The surface body of both <em>Raillietina echinobothrida </em>and <em>Raillietina tetragona </em>has a soft and velvety texture. 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) Identification of Ectoparasites in Pearl Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) One and Three Months Ages in Makalele Cultivation Tuban District, Tuban Regency 2022-09-15T11:40:52+00:00 Galuh Swa Ardhya Azizatun Nimah Hani Plumeriastuti Setiawan Koesdarto Budiarto Budiarto <p align="center"><strong>ABSTRACT</strong><strong> </strong></p><p> The purpose of this study was to identify ectoparasites that attack pearl catfish and the incidence of ectoparasite infestation in 100 samples of pearl catfish aged one and three months. This research was carried out from January to March 2021 in Makalele's cultivation, Tuban's District, Tuban's Regency. The method used in this research is skin scraping and gill installation. Data analysis using Chi-Square Test with SPSS version 24.0 for windows. The results showed that there were 3 types of ectoparasites found, Trichodina nobilis, <em>Trichodina pediculus</em>, <em>Chilodonella </em>sp., <em>Dactylogyrus</em> sp. and the highest incidence of ectoparasites occurred in young fish compared to old fish with a percentage of 35% and 25%, respectively, and based on the chi-square test there was no significant difference (p️≥0.05).</p><p> </p><p><strong>Keywords:</strong> <em>Clarias gariepinus</em>, infestation level, ectoparasites.</p> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) Back Matter Vol 6 No 2, 2022 2022-09-26T07:23:16+00:00 Back Matter Back Matter <p>Back Matter Vol 6 No 2, 2022</p> 2022-09-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022