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  • 1
    Language: Indonesian
    In: Falasifa: Jurnal Studi Keislaman, 01 March 2017, Vol.8(1), pp.53-64
    Description: Implementation of education can not be separated by management, which contains Planning, Organizing, Actuatin and controlling, with the management of both educational institutions able to provide optimal service to the community, with quality management educational institutions capable of printing quality generation and with good quality management also good institutions capable of bringing positive change to this country. Planning as a first step in management has a very important role as a capital management of an institution / institution, which will produce the generations of excellence in achieving, independent, noble and able to compete with other countries. Therefore, the head of the madrasah needs to apply the strategic planning in the madrasah which includes the Foundational Model, the Early Action Planning Model and The Three-Strand Concurrent Model with their respective characteristics becoming part of the strategic management process related to the short, medium and long term objectives identification process from an institution or organization, extracting ideas and options, taking necessary steps to achieve the stated objectives, and monitoring (monitoring) progress or failure in order to determine future strategies.   Keywords: Perencanaan Strategis dan Penyelenggaraan Pendidikan
    ISSN: 2085-3815
    E-ISSN: 2527-8711
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: Jurnal Cita Hukum, 01 June 2013, Vol.1(1)
    Description: Financing Leasing Legal Issues in Indonesia. Leasing as a financing model attract many businessmen to develop their business. As an alternative, financing for companies to raise capital by acquiring several advantages is as a model of financing. The involvement of multiple parties to the lease agreement, the lessor as the party hired to try to object lease, the lessee as a tenant, as a supplier of goods and banks as financiers, in the course of time when the execution of the agreement sometimes face legal issues. The issue of capital is also an obstacle to the development of leasing, for the lessor of course. These conditions need to be noticed in order to make leasing as an alternative financing for business activities in Indonesia that it can develop.   DOI: 10.15408/jch.v1i1.2978
    Keywords: Leasing, Financing Agreements, Legal and Economic Aspek ; Law
    ISSN: 2356-1440
    E-ISSN: 2502-230X
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  • 3
    In: SALAM: Jurnal Sosial dan Budaya Syar'i, 06/09/2015, Vol.1(2)
    ISSN: 2356-1459
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  • 4
    Language: Arabic
    In: Ahkam: Jurnal Ilmu Syariah, 01 March 2015, Vol.17(1)
    Description: Halâl Certification as an Application of Islamic Business Ethics in Muslim Consumer Protection Halâl certification in food is needed by Muslim consumers to provide assurances that they are not consuming or using product or service that are not halâl so that no sin is commited. It is the duty of government to provide assurances to Muslim consumers that consumer goods or services that are circulating amongst society are really halâl. The halâl label itself provides benefits to businesses such as improving consumer confidence to consume, reaching the global halâl food market, increasing the marketability of products in market and low cost investment. Muslim consumers also have to be smart before purchasing product or services for security and safety.DOI: 〈a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.15408/ajis.v14i1.1251"〉10.15408/ajis.v14i1.1251〈/a〉
    Keywords: Halâl Certification ; Business Ethics ; Muslim Consumers
    ISSN: 1412-4734
    E-ISSN: 2407-8646
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  • 5
    Language: English
    In: Media Peternakan, 01 August 2016, Vol.39(2), pp.134-140
    Description: This study was aimed to analyze neutral detergent insoluble crude protein (NDICP) and acid detergent insoluble crude protein (ADICP) contents of various commonly used forage and concentrate feedstuffs in Indonesia. A number of forages and concentrates, i.e. gliricidia, trichantera, indigofera, calliandra, papaya leaves, cassava leaves, leucaena, rapeseed meal, corn gluten feed, soybean meal, copra meal, palm kernel meal, fish and bone meal and wheat bran were subjected to proximate analysis, cell wall nitrogen determination and in vitro rumen fermentation evaluation. Chemical composition analysis was done in duplicate. The in vitro incubation was conducted in 14 treatments and 3 replicates by following a randomized complete block design. Variables measured after the incubation were total volatile fatty acid (VFA), ammonia, dry matter digestibility (DMD), organic matter digestibility (OMD) and crude protein digestibility (CPD). Results revealed that among the forages, cassava leaf had the highest proportion of NDICP while corn gluten feed was the highest among the concentrates. Different from that of NDICP, the highest proportion of ADICP was obtained in papaya leaf and copra meal for the forages and concentrates, respectively. Higher proportion of NDICP tended to decrease CPD (P〈0.1). Although higher ADICP apparently tended to decrease CPD as well, the relationship was insignificant due to the higher variation of the dependent variable. It was concluded that cell wall protein proportion in feed may be used as an indicator to determine the quality of protein and its utilization in the rumen.
    Keywords: Cell Wall Protein ; Ndicp ; Adicp ; Rumen ; Digestibility ; Agriculture
    ISSN: 0126-0472
    E-ISSN: 2087-4634
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  • 6
    Language: English
    In: Media Peternakan, 01 August 2017, Vol.40(2), pp.118-127
    Description: The objective of this study was to determine energy and protein requirements, for both maintenance and gain, of sheep in Indonesia by using a meta-analysis method. A database was developed from various in vivo experiments involving sheep as the experimental animals in which energy intake, protein intake and average daily weight gain (ADG) were reported. A total of 38 articles consisting of 137 data points were integrated into the database. Different breeds (Priangan, fat-tailed and local) and sexes (male and female) were specified in the database. Maintenance and gain requirements of dry matter, energy and protein were determined by regressing ADG with dry matter intake (DMI), total digestible nutrient intake (TDNI) and crude protein intake (CPI), respectively. An intercept (where ADG= 0 g/kg MBW/d) and a slope (required nutrient intake per unit ADG) were taken as maintenance and gain requirements, respectively. Results revealed that all sheep breeds had similar energy requirement for maintenance (TDNm). Energy requirement for gain (TDNg) of Priangan breed was lower than other breeds; the breed required 0.860 g TDN for 1 g ADG. Fat-tailed and local breeds required 1.22 and 2.75 g TDN for 1 g ADG, respectively. All breeds also revealed relatively similar protein requirement for maintenance (CPm), i.e. 6.27-6.47 g/kg MBW/d. Priangan breed required less CP for 1 g ADG (CPg), i.e. 0.295 g. Requirements of CPg for fat-tailed and local breeds were 0.336 and 0.497 g/g ADG, respectively. It was concluded that each sheep breed in Indonesia had specific TDN and CP requirements for gain, but similar requirements for maintenance.
    Keywords: Nutrient Requirement ; Energy ; Protein ; Sheep ; Meta-Analysis ; Agriculture
    ISSN: 0126-0472
    E-ISSN: 2087-4634
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  • 7
    In: Jurnal Peternakan Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Animal Science), 03/19/2015, Vol.14(1), p.297
    ISSN: 1907-1760
    E-ISSN: 2460-6626
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  • 8
    Language: English
    In: Buletin Peternakan, 01 May 2017, Vol.41(2), pp.126-133
    Description: This study was conducted to determine how the fermented feed effect against blood profile, digestive organ and fecal ammonia of laying ducks. Feed materials were prepared according to laying ducks need as 21% crude protein, then mixed rations already given water until 45% the water content, then anaerobic fermented for 7 days. This study used a completely randomized design with 4 treatments of feed, such as: dry feed, wet feed, wet fermentation feed, and commercial dry feed. Each treatment was repeated 5 times, and each replication was consisted of four laying ducks. Laying duck were 80 heads Indramayu duck at 5 month of old. Blood observations were taken 3 times at 5 months, 6.5 months and 8 months old. Parameters measured were red blood cell (RBC), packed cell volume (PCV) = volume percentage of erythrocytes in the blood, hemoglobin (Hb), white blood cell (WBC), heterophile cell (H), lymphocytes (L), monosit (M) and the ratio of HL. Blood was taken from vena pectoralis vein under duck wings. Observation of digestive organs and fecal ammonia content was at 8 months old of duck. The results showed in pre treatment of the 5 months ducks significantly influenced the PCV and the WBC, but at 6.5 months and 8 months of treatment did not significantly affect blood profile of laying ducks. Digestive organs of liver in fermentation treatment showed  significantly  lower  than  in  controls. The  content  of  fecal ammonia were not significantly different.
    Keywords: Blood Profile ; Fecal Ammonia ; Fermented Feed ; Lactic Acid ; Laying Duck ; Wet ; Veterinary Medicine
    ISSN: 0126-4400
    E-ISSN: 2407-876X
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  • 9
    Language: English
    In: Jurnal Agripet, 01 April 2008, Vol.8(1), pp.31-38
    Description: The quality and palatibility of silage and hay complete ration based on organic primer garbage in peranakan etawah (PE) poad ABSTRACT. This research was conducted to study the quality and palatability of silage and hay complete ration based on organic primer garbage in nine heads of Peranakan Etawah (PE) Goat. The quality of silage and hay was evaluated By measuring pH, total number of lactic acid Bacteria (LAB), palatability, dry matter (DM) and organic matter (OM) aroma and color of silage. Nine heads of peranakan etawah were grouped based on their lactation periode and randomly assigned to one of tree dietary treatments. The treatments were (1) Control rations; (2) silage complete ration (SRK); and (3) Hay complete ration (HRK). The results indicated that the silage had PH 4.15 and total number of LAB was 2.4 x 10 cfu/g of silage. Dry matter and organic matter digestibility of SRK were better than those of HRK. The palatability of SRK was higher than HRK but less than control. Storage of SRK for did not change dry matter and organic matter content. Organoleptic analysis indicated that texture and color of HRK were changed at after storage, while SRK was still constant. It is concluded that silage composed of organic primer garbage has high quality in terms of physical, chemical and microbial characteristics, prolong storage.
    Keywords: Silage ; Hay Ration Complete ; Organic Primer Garbage ; Etawah Goat ; Agriculture
    ISSN: 1411-4623
    E-ISSN: 2460-4534
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  • 10
    In: Buletin Peternakan, 05/30/2017, Vol.41(2), p.126
    ISSN: 0126-4400
    E-ISSN: 2407-876X
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