Kanker adalah salah satu penyebab utama kematian di Dunia, yang menewaskan sekitar 8,8 juta orang dan jumlah ini terus meningkat hampir 80 juta per tahun. Pengobatan kanker konvensional dapat dilakukan dengan berbagai cara. Senyawa derivatif dari produk alami bioaktif memiliki target spesifik dan tidak memiliki efek samping. Sponge pada kelas demospongiae diketahui banyak memiliki aktivitas antikanker. Sehingga dapat disimpulkan bahwa beberapa spons kelas demospongiae memiliki sifat sitotoksik terhadap 9 sel lini kanker. Amir, S.

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Komposisi Jenis Dan Kepadatan Sponge (Porifera: Demospongiae) Di Kepulauan Spermonde Kota Makassar

Contributed carnivorous sponges: JV MK. Contributed Hexactinellida: MD. Contributed new developments: DE. Contributed distribution, maps: NS BV. Performed biodiversity analysis: NdV. Contributed regional and online resources, conclusions and perspectives: JH.


Global Diversity of Sponges (Porifera)

DOI Download full text Bahasa Indonesia, 7 pages. Haris, Abdul, et al. Sponge is one of the components on the coastal and marine ecosystems, especially coral reefs and seagrass beds. Climate change and environmental conditions can affect the life of the sponge. The study is conducted to determine the distribution of the composition and density of sponge using belt transects transect quadrant with a size of 5x5 m, then count the number of each type of sponge contained in the transect.





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