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Pertemuan Forum Pustakawan LIPI Wilayah Bogor Cibinong dan Cibodas (FORKAWAN BCC) tanggal 21 Februari 2018, di Ruang Petemuan Gedung InaCC, Puslit Biologi LIPI, Cibinong

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FORKAWAN BCC adalah Forum komunikasi yang mewadahi dan beranggotakan pustakawan LIPI yang berasal dari Pusat penelitian Biologi, Pusat Penelitian Bioteknologi, Pusat Penelitian Limnologi, Pusbindiklat Peneliti, PKT Kebun Raya Bogor, BKT Kebun Raya Cibodas, dan beberapa satuan kerja lainnya. Tujuan pembentukan Forkawan BCC (Bogor, Cibinong, Cibodas) untuk bersama-sama mengembangkan potensi diri untuk membentuk sebuah forum komunikasi sebagai sarana dalam rangka mengkaji keilmuan dan pengembangan karir jabatan fungsional pustakawan melalui pemahaman, penerapan dan pengembangan teori, teknik, serta teknologi yang berguna untuk mendukung fungsi dan tugas perpustakaan di lembaga induk.

Salah satu agenda kegiatan yang dilakukan adalah pertemuan rutin 3 bulan sekali yang membahas perkembangan TIK di era revolusi industri 4.0, dimana teknologi informasi telah menjadi basis dalam kehidupan manusia. Segala hal menjadi tanpa batas (borderless) dengan penggunaan daya komputasi dan data yang tidak terbatas (unlimited), karena dipengaruhi oleh perkembangan internet dan teknologi digital yang masif sebagai tulang punggung pergerakan dan konektivitas manusia dan mesin. Era ini juga akan mendisrupsi berbagai aktivitas manusia, termasuk di dalamnya bidang ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi (iptek) serta pendidikan tinggi.

Untuk mengawali tahun 2018 pertemuan FORKAWAN BCC di adakan pada tanggal 21 Februari 2018 di Ruang Pertemuan Gedung InaCC - Puslit Biologi LIPI.

Tujuan dari pertemuan ini:
1. Knowledge sharing
2. Berkontribusi aktif memajukan lembaga
3. Meningkatkan kompetensi pustakwan
4. Silaturahim

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The search for antimicrobial compounds from marine invertebrate-associated bacteria In Indonesian coral reef ecosystems: Presentasi RUTI

reef invetebrataIndonesia is the world's largest archipelagic country with approximately 17,508 islands containing valuable coastal and marine resources such as coral reefs. Marine organisms, in particular marine invertebrates from coral reef ecosystems have become sources of great interest to natural product chemistry, since they produce metabolites with different biological activities.

 

Marine invertebrates, which are plentiful in the Indo-Pacific regions including Indonesia, are rich in secondary metabolites and are becoming targets of continuing search for bioactive compounds. However, the problem of supply has hampered the development of these secondary metabolites produced by marine invertebrates. On the contrary, the metabolites from microorganisms is a rapidly growing field, due, at least in part, to the suspicion that a number of metabolites obtained from algae and invertebrates may be produced by associated microorganisms.

 

The project is aimed at isolating the microorganisms associated with reefs invertebrates from geographically different sites; screening of secondary metabolite producing­microorganisms by using biological and molecular approach, PCR-NRPS (Non­ribosomal Peptide synthetases) and PKS (Polyketide synthases) to increase the efficiency of screening; identifying prospective microorganisms; cloning and sequencing of the gene fragments of PKS and NRPS; bioassay-guided purification as well as dissemination of project results.

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Development of Citrus Rootstock Resistance to Fungal Diseases by Gene Technology : Presentasi RUTI 2007

citrus infectedOne of the main constrains on citrus production is diseases of the root and stem- caused by Phytophthora and Diplodia. A number of fungal endophytes isolated from citrus root and stem are known to be antagonistic to those pathogenic fungi. These endophytes produce chitinase (Chn) and glucanase (Glu) enzymes which lyse the phytopathogenic fungal cell-wall during the antagonistic action, and release cell-wall fragments that act as elicitors of defence reactions such as accumulation of phytoalexins.

It has been envisaged that chitinase and glucanase derived from antagonist strains of fungi can be used as heterologous genes in crop plants for enhancing their resistance against phytopathogenic fungi. Although in some cases, treatment with glucanase and chitinasecan inhibit fungal growth in vitro, more often combinations of the two enzymes are required for antifungal activity.

This research has been conducted to insert and have expressed in citrus rootstocks, the ßGlu and Chn genes isolated from fungal endophytes of citrus roots and stem,to enhance their resistance to root and stem infecting fungi.

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