Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) <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> Universitas Airlangga en-US Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2599-0993 1.<em> Journal of Parasite Science </em>Journal is the copyright owner of all materials published on this website. <br />2. 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Front Matter Vol 6 No1, 2022 Front Matter Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 i iv 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34651 Back Matter Vol 6 No 1, 2022 Back Matter Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 v ix 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34652 PREVALENCE OF HELMINTHIASIS IN ETAWA CROSSBREED GOAT IN KALIPURO SUB-DISTRICT BANYUWANGI REGENCY <p><em>Etawa crossbreed goat are meat and milk-producing livestock that can adapt to the climate in Indonesia. The barriers to raising goats include the problem of disease which is a direct influence on livestock life. </em><em>This study aims to determine the prevalence of helminthiasis in Etawa Crossbreed Goat in Kalipuro District, Banyuwangi Regency. The study was conducted in January until February 2019 using 100 fecal samples. The samples examination in was performed the laboratory of Instrument Airlangga University PSDKU in Banyuwangi Prodi of Veterinary Medicine, using native, sedimentation and floatation </em><em>methods</em><em>. </em><em>Data obtained from this study were presented descriptively and analyzed by Chi-Square test. </em><em>Based on examination results, prevalence of helminthiasis in Etawa Crossbreed Goat was 43 %, which is dominately by Moniezia spp. (17%), Haemonchus spp. (15%), Trichuris spp. (9%), Strongyloides spp. (7%), Trichostrongylus spp. (7%). Furthermore, it was suggested that </em><em>anthelmintic and </em><em>inspection of helminthiasis in those area</em><em> given </em><em>periodically and continuously. </em></p><p><em> </em></p> khoirul - Arifin moh. arief ma'ruf Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 33 37 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34303 PREVALENCE OF HELMINTHIASIS IN CATTLE THROUGH FECES EXAMINATION IN MAGETAN REGENCY <p>This study aims to determine the prevalence of helminthiasis and find various kinds of egg worms in cattle through feces examination in Magetan Regency. A hundred cattle feces samples were collected from six animal markets in Magetan Regency. The Faecal examination was performed by native, sediments, and Flotation methods. The results of this study showed that there were 40 samples positively infected by a helminth, which indicated that the prevalence of helminthiasis in cattle was 40%. The kind of helminth were <em>Oesophagostomum </em>sp.<em> </em>(14%), <em>Bunostomum </em>sp. (8%), <em>Mecistocirrus </em>sp. (8%), <em>Haemonchus </em>sp. (4%), Toxocara vitulorum<em> </em>(3%), <em>Trichuris </em>sp. (2%), <em>Strongyloides </em>sp. (2%), and <em>Fasciola</em> sp. (11%).</p> Firda Shafa Salsabila I Komang Wiarsa Sardjana Suryanie Sarudji Budiarto Budiarto Poedji Hastutiek Ririn Ririn Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 1 6 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34254 Identification and Prevalence of Blood Protozoa on Culling Layer Hen That Were Sold in Wonokromo Traditional Market Surabaya City <p>The most common types of blood protozoa in chickens are from the phylum of Apicomplexa, including Plasmodium, Leucocytozoon and Haemoproteus. Blood protozoan diseases can cause decreased egg production, stunting and death in poultry farms. This study aims to identify and calculate the prevalence of blood protozoan infection in casted off laying chickens sold at Wonokromo Market, Surabaya City. One hundred blood samples from casted off laying chickens were taken by purposive sampling method. Blood samples were collected in Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetate (EDTA) tubes, and then taken to the Parasitology Laboratory to make a blood smear which was then examined using a microscope with a magnification of 1000x. The results showed that the single infection was 43% positive for <em>Plasmodium </em>sp., 3% positive for <em>Leucocytozoon </em>sp. and 3% for mixed infections (<em>Plasmodium </em>sp. and <em>Leucocytozoon </em>sp.), with a total prevalence of positive samples infected with blood protozoa was 49%.</p> Moch. Rizky Darmawan Poedji Hastutiek Arimbi Arimbi Sunaryo Hadi Warsito Dian Ayu Permatasari Ririn Ririn Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 7 12 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34199 PREVALENCE OF DIGESTIVE ENDOPARASITES (HELMINTH AND PROTOZOA) IN PIGEON DOMESTIC (Columba livia) MALE AND FEMALE IN TUBAN This research was conducted to determine the prevalence of major gastrointestinal helminthiasis and protozoal infections, the kinds of helminth and protozoa that infects and the effect of sex on pigeons in Tuban. Pigeons are taken from five The Tuban area is Widang, Montong, Jenu, Soko, Jatirogo. Each area is taken as many as 20 pigeons consists of 10 male pigeons and 10 female pigeons. Laboratory examinations were carried out in November to December 2021. Samples were examined by the native method, sedimentation, and flotation. Identification using a microscope using a 40x objective scale and 10x ocular scale. Data analysis using <em>chi square</em> test statistical analysis. 81% of the samples were positive for helminthiasis infection. <em>Chi square</em> test statistical analysis showed p value 0.022 (p&lt;0.05) which means significantly different. 71% of samples were positive for gastrointestinal protozoa infection in pigeons in Tuban. <em>Chi square</em> test Results Statistical analysis shows p the value of 0.123 (p&gt;0.05) which means that it is not significantly different. Type of protozoa found that <em>Heterakis gallinarum </em>(45%), <em>Ascaridia columbae</em> (42%), <em>Capillaria</em> sp. (41%), and <em>Eimeria</em> sp. (71%). That prevalence of helminthiasis in male pigeons higher (45%) compared to female pigeons (36%). Melanie Aulia Ashfiyah Setiawan Koesdarto Hana Eliyani Mufasirin Mufasirin Emy Koestanti Sabdoningrum Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 13 18 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34102 ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY TEST OF PARE LEAVES EXTRACT (Momordica charantia L.) AGAINST WORMS Raillietina sp. BY IN VITRO <p>The purpose of this research is to prove that pare leaf extract (<em>Momordica charantia</em> L.) has anthelmintic activity against <em>Raillietina</em> sp. in vitro. This study consisted of four treatments and each treatment contained six replications, each of which consisted of six worms. The treatments in this research were K- with 1% CMC-Na, P1 with 2% extract concentration, P2 with 4% extract concentration, P3 with 8% extract concentration. Pare leaf extract has anthelmintic activity against <em>Raillietina</em> sp. in vitro with an effective dose of 8%. The higher the concentration of pare leaf extract, the higher the mortality rate of worms. The longer the immersion time, the higher the number of dead worms.</p> Trifena Pristi Anindyta Setiawan Koesdarto Sri Agus Sudjarwo Lilik Maslachah mufasirin mufasirin Nunuk Dyah Retno Lastuti Lutfiah Annisa Billa Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 19 22 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34496 Prevalence and Severity of Scabies (Sarcoptes scabiei) on Rabbits in Kuala Lumpur City This study intends to know the prevalence and crusting severity of scabies (<em>Sarcoptes scabiei</em>) on Rabbits in Kuala Lumpur Rabbit Farm. <em>Sarcoptes scabiei </em>is a mite that has a predilection in the stratum corneum of the skin and caused scabies. Clinical symptoms were characterized by alopecia and crusting in the skin. This study presents a laboratory explorative research with a cross-sectional approach. Samples used rabbits in the farm that showed the clinical symptoms of scabies and the result of scraping skin in a native examination at the laboratory. Rabbits that positive scabies then performed scoring by the severity based on the region of the body and clinical symptoms. Results showed that from 140 rabbits in the population, the positive result is 13 rabbits were infected by scabies and there were 2 grades of crusting severity of scabies consisting of mild and moderate grade with separated 2 regions of the body. The low grade showed the alopecia and crusting in the face region while the medium grade in the face and foot region. The conclusion of this study is the number of prevalence scabies is 9.29% and crusting severity that low grade is 69.32% and medium grade is 30.78%. Veena Vasheene Vijaya Kumar Mustofa Helmi Effendi Nunuk Dyah Retno Lastuti Nusdianto Triakoso Maudika Pamela Fiorenza Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 23 28 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34286 Identification of Ectoparasites and Gastrointestinal Parasites in Eurasian Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) This study aims to determine the prevalence and identify ectoparasite and gastrointestinal parasites in Eurasian tree sparrow (<em>Passer montanus</em>) in Kediri Regency, East Java, Indonesia. The research was conducted in January 2021 with 100 samples of body swabs and feces of Eurasian tree sparrow. The examination was done in the Anugerah Satwa Veterinary Clinic in Kediri Regency using direct smear and flotation methods. The observations in this study showed that from 100 samples of body swabs, 38 samples (38%) were infested with ectoparasites which are <em>Dermoglyphus</em> sp. and <em>Strelkoviacarus</em> sp. and from 100 feces samples, 47 samples (47%) were infected with helminthic eggs with the single infections by <em>Ascaridia </em>sp. as much as 12%, <em>Dispharynx</em> sp. as much as 1% and mixed infections of <em>Ascaridia</em> sp. and <em>Dispharynx </em>sp. were 25%. Assessed by examination for the protozoa also found that <em>Isospora </em>sp. was present with prevalence of 100% of the 100 sparrow feces samples examined. Moh. Ilham Rizkul Ulum Mochamad Lazuardi Nunuk Dyah Retno Lastuti Poedji Hastutiek Soeharsono Soeharsono Amirul Muslim Amrullah Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2022-03-28 2022-03-28 6 1 29 32 10.20473/jops.v6i1.34232