Dzulhiba, Dzulhiba (2008) PENGARUH LINGKUNGAN FISIK TERHADAP MUSCA DAN PARASIT YANG DIBAWA PADA BAGIAN LUAR TUBUHNYA DI DESA RANU PANI PADA KETINGGIAN 2117 METER DI ATAS PERMUKAAN LAUT. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Flies can be as a mechanical vector for microorganisms. The temperature, humidity and light intensity was the important factors for Musca and the parasite in the outer part of their bodies. The objective of the study was to know the influence of temperature, humidity and light intensity on population of Musca and the parasite in the outer part of their bodies that caught in mountainous area of Ranu Pani’s garbage pile (altitude 2117 m above sea level) during August2008. This research was an analytic observational study with a statistical regression and corelation. The samples were Musca that caught by fly trap for 2 hours (09.0011.00 a.m.) in the morning and 2 hours (12.0002.00 p.m .) in the afternoon twice a week. The data were collected from direct observation and had been done in laboratory. The data were analysed by descriptive statistic and it served in a distribution frequence table. To analysed the statistic regression between the variable, ttest with level of significance t< 0.05 was used. A total of 9,336 Musca were collected, 6,164 were found in the morning and 3,172 in the afternoon, 2,377 male and 6,959 female. 1,494 male Musca and 4,670 female Musca found in the morning. 883 male Musca and 2,289 female Musca found in the afternoon. A total of 173 parasites were collected, 105 Ascaris sp’s eggs, 2 Trichuris sp’s eggs and 66 mites. 12 Ascaris sp’s eggs, 1 Trichuris sp’s eggs, 17 mites found in the outer part of male Musca bodies and 51 Ascaris sp’s eggs, 1 Trichuris sp’s eggs, 42 mites found in the outer part of female Musca bodies in the morning. 9 Ascaris sp’s eggs found in the outer part of male Musca bodies and 33 Ascaris sp’s eggs, 7 mites found in the outer part of female Musca bodies in the afternoon. The result showed that there was a statistically significant (at 0.979 confidence level) between Musca with temperature, humidity and light intensity in the morning and significant (at 0.99 confidence level) in the afternoon. The same statistical analysis showed that temperature, humidity and light intensity did not influent the parasite in the outer part of Musca bodies both in the morning and in the afternoon. Further research should be done in many different places with different environmental factors, in the longer duration.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||R Medicine > R Medicine (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medical Education|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||02 May 2012 03:35|
|Last Modified:||02 May 2012 03:35|
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