https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/issue/feed International journal of life sciences 2020-09-20T09:48:18+00:00 V. Besada ijls@utm.edu.ec Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>IJLS</strong>&nbsp;is published in English and it is open to authors around the world regardless of the nationality. It is currently published three times a year, i.e. in&nbsp;<em>April</em>,&nbsp;<em>August</em>, and&nbsp;<em>December</em>.<br>e-ISSN: 2550-6986, p-ISSN: 2550-6994</p> https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/article/view/427 The activities of rural women in home economy 2020-09-20T09:48:18+00:00 David Alejandro Navarrete Solórzano david_ans@hotmail.com Silvia Vanessa Paz Zambrano silviavanessapaz80@outlook.com <p style="text-align: justify;">A study was carried out on the rural women and the daily activities that they carry out in their homes and the work of agriculture and livestock; as a producer and participates in the home economy; even though she feels unproductive and the community reinforces that false and cruel mental stereotype. To value the activities of rural women in the home; It is intended to give human and economic value to all the activities carried out by it and to combat the mental stereotype that it is the only man, who intervened in the home economy. Quantitative research, bibliographic review, statistical analysis is carried out by tabulation of the results obtained through the survey applied to rural women. From the researchers' perspective, the role of the peasant woman must be observed and reconsidered as a productive entity to discard ideas outside of what she represents as a thinking human being, free and owner of her decisions.</p> 2020-06-12T04:25:26+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/article/view/428 Morphometric variations of rasbora lateristriata bleeker population in different habitat: based on truss character analysis 2020-09-20T09:48:18+00:00 Sang Ayu Made Putri Suryani suryanip@rocketmail.com I Gede Putu Wirawan suryanip@rocketmail.com Rindang Dwiyani suryanip@rocketmail.com Made Sritamin suryanip@rocketmail.com <p style="text-align: justify;"><em>Rasbora lateristriata</em> is an alternative source of protein for the people around the river and fish consumption in Indonesia. <em>Rasbora lateristriata</em> also an economically fish in the streams so that people make it a prime target of the catch. <em>Rasbora lateristriata</em>, Bleeker called yellow Rasbora is a genus of freshwater fish from the family of Cyprinidae and is often found living in groups based on small rivers with a temperature range between 22-24 ° C, pH 6.0 -6.5. The purpose of this study was to determine the method Truss morphometric variation in the upstream, branch, middle and downstream and analyze the effects of water quality to morphometric character of <em>Rasbora lateristriata</em> population as scientific information in the conservation of fish. Morphometric variation of <em>R. lateristriata</em> based on Truss morphometric characters found their closeness between the four populations character of <em>R lateristriata</em> with the degree of similarity that upstream populations with 100% similarity, branch with 60% similarity, middle and downstream with 75%. Morphometric similarity value of <em>R. lateristriata</em> in the Sungi river area of ??77.5%.</p> 2020-06-22T03:05:20+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/article/view/429 Impact of tourism on development in Bali Province 2020-09-20T09:48:17+00:00 Ni Wayan Putu Artini putuartini1959@gmail.com Made Antara putuartini1959@gmail.com I Ketut Budi Susrusa putuartini1959@gmail.com I.G.A.A. Ambarawati putuartini1959@gmail.com <p style="text-align: justify;">This study aims to determine the impact of tourism on the growth of the agricultural sector, and labor productivity in the agricultural sector. This research was conducted in Bali Province because Bali played a major role in creating the image of Indonesian tourism at national and international levels. This study uses secondary data sourced from the Central Statistics Agency of the Bali Province. To answer the purpose of this study the data were analyzed descriptively and the Panel Data Regression. The province of Bali has always had a GRDP growth above the national level because tourism has a role as a locative economic development. The structure of the Balinese economy has different characteristics from other regions in Indonesia. The excellence of the tourism industry has given its color to the economy in Bali. With the increasing economy, the contribution of the agricultural sector to GRDP has declined, but its role in absorbing labor is still quite large. The results showed that the development of the tourism sector in Bali could increase the growth of the agricultural sector and increase labor productivity in the agricultural sector significantly.&nbsp;</p> 2020-07-20T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/article/view/432 The effect of chopped corm sizes and types of soaking material on growth seedling of kepok banana (Musa paradisiaca L. ABB Kepok) 2020-09-20T09:48:16+00:00 I Nyoman Rai rainyoman@unud.ac.id I Made Sudana imadesudana74@yahoo.com I Nyoman Gede Astawa gdastawa@yahoo.com Rindang Dwiyani rindangdwiyani@yahoo.co.id <p style="text-align: justify;">This research was conducted to study the effect of chopped corm sizes and types of soaking material on growth seedling of Kepok banana. The study was conducted at green house used a factorial randomized block design with 2 treatment factors. The first factor was chopped corm sizes (in length x width x height), consists of 3 levels i.e. small size 5 x 5 x 5 cm (B<sub>1</sub>), medium size 7 x 7 x 7 cm (B<sub>2</sub>), and large size 9 x 9 x 9 cm (B<sub>3</sub>). The second factor was types of soaking material, consists of 4 levels i.e. soaked in water only (R<sub>0</sub>), soaked with Dithane M-45 fungicide 2g/l (R<sub>1</sub>), soaked with Dithane M-45 fungicide 2 g/l + NAA hormone 100 ppm &nbsp;(R<sub>2</sub>), soaked with Dithane M-45 fungicide 2 g/l + BA hormone 75 ppm (R<sub>3</sub>), and soaked with the Dithane M-45 fungicide 2 g/l + NAA hormone 100 ppm + BA 75 ppm (R<sub>4</sub>).</p> 2020-07-20T15:16:08+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/article/view/438 The response of sycanus aurantiacus ishikawa et okajima (hemiptera: reduviidae) to color polymorphisms larvae of spodoptera exigua (hubner) (lepidoptera: noctuidae) 2020-09-20T09:48:15+00:00 Santi Mariana santi.mariana@rocketmail.com I Wayan Susila w1sus@yahoo.com Ketut Ayu Yuliadhi ayususrusa@yahoo.co.id I Wayan Supartha yansupartha@yahoo.com <p style="text-align: justify;">his study aims to evaluate the predatory behavior, preference and functional response of <em>S. aurantiacus</em> in color polymorphism larvae of<em> S. exigua</em><em>. </em>The predatory behavior and preference test of <em>S. aurantiacus</em>&nbsp; using green and dark brown color larvae &nbsp;of <em>S. exigua</em>. Functional response test was carried out with 5 treatments of larvae population density with 10 replications. The results showed that <em>S. aurantiacus</em> prefers to dark brown larvae of <em>S. exigua</em> than green. The time taken by predators to find the first and subsequent prey was faster in dark brown larvae than in green, both on low or high larval density. The search time for the first prey on dark brown larvae was 22.7 minutes (at high density) and 39.3 minutes (at low density) while those on green larvae were 26.5 minutes and 42.7 minutes. <em>S. aurantiacus</em> showed type-II functional response to the density rate of <em>S. exigua</em> larvae both dark brown and green with the line equation respectively Y = 1,284x / 1 + 0,056x; R<sup>2</sup>: 0.96; a: 0,107; <em>Th</em>: 0.52 (dark brown larvae) Y = 1.32x / 1 + 0.063x; R²: 0.952; <em>a</em>: 0,109; <em>Th</em>: 0.58 (green larvae).&nbsp;</p> 2020-08-23T14:27:19+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijls/article/view/439 Legalization of land pawning at Balinese community customs in North Lombok 2020-09-20T09:48:14+00:00 I Gusti Ayu Aditi igustiayu334@gmail.com <p style="text-align: justify;">This study aims to conduct a study of land pawning legalization, particularly regarding the basis and principles of pawning agricultural land in Balinese community customs in North Lombok. This phenomenon is related to the still implementation of the land pawning system under customary law, in the sense that the implementation still refers to the interests of people who have strong capital. This research is designed in a qualitative descriptive research type using a case study approach. The results of this study found that the Legal Basis and the principle of implementing agricultural land pawning refer to the national law which is imbued with customary law, namely with the characteristics of communalistic customary law, religious magic in dealing in agreement in words and actions. There are two kinds of land pawning, namely dead pawning, and life pawning. Dead pawning recognizes the time limit for land returning without a living pawning ransom. Living pawning does not recognize the minimum time limit that the mortgaged can do one harvest before it can be redeemed. Transactions carried out with legal assistance or testimony from the hamlet head or village head will be clear, guaranteed, or protected by law, especially against claims from third parties.</p> 2020-08-31T00:45:11+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##