Potensi Antibakteri Jamur Endofit dari Batang dan Daun Jamblang (Syzygium cumini L.)

Ida Indrawati, Nur Hasna Ningsih, Poniah Andayaningsih, Asri Peni Wulandari, Sri Redjeki Rahayuningsih


Endophytic Fungi is one of the natural antibacterial sources that has not been studied. Jamblang (Syzygium cumini L.) is a plant of the Myrtaceae family that has many benefits for health. Endophytic shoots located on the leaves and stems of Jamblang can be one of the natural sources of antibacterial. This study was conducted to obtain endophytic fungi isolates from Jamblang stems and leaves, that have antibacterial activity against Bacillus cereus. The method used at the stage of endophytic shell isolation from Jamblang stem and leaves is Direct Dilution Plate method. At the antibacterial test stage of Bacillus cereus was used agar block diffusion method. Observations were made of the clear zone formed. Isolate Endophytic Fungi which has a clear zone that is D2 Yellow isolate, D4 White Ash, D4 gray Ash, Black B2, B2 White and B3 Yellow. The largest clear zone is shown by B2 Black isolate with a diameter of 14.75 mm.


Antibacterial, Bacillus cereus, Endophytic fungi, Syzygium cumini

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