Effect of Murotal Sound Stimulation during Pregnancy on the Number of Neuron Cells of Cerebrum and Cerebellum of the Newborn Rattus norvegicus
Keywords:neurons; cerebrum; cerebellum; murotal; sound
Background: The human development index (HDI) illustrates how superior human resources are. The
stimulation of Murotal during growth and development has been shown to increase cell growth in plants.
The aim of the study was to analyze the effect of the differences againts the number of neuron cell’s in the
cerebrum and cerebellum Rattus norvegicus offspring between those who received Al-quran Murottal surah
Ar-Rahman stimulation, Qori and Qoriah sounds voice in pregnancy day of 6th. Methods: An Experimental
study using 30 pregnant (Rattus norvegicus). Subjects were randomized into three groups, control group
(Q1), voice of Qori group (Q2), and voice of Qoriah group (Q3). sound stimulation was given on 6th-17th
days of pregnancy. From each mother, two Newborn of Rattus norvegicus were taken to make preparations
from brain tissue. Eosin Hematocycline was performed to assess number of neuron cells. Results : The
study shows that the mean and standard deviation of the number neuron cells cerebrum and cerebellum in
the control group is 9.88 ± 1.71 and 21.10 ± 2.11, the voice qori group is 10.16 ± 1.01 and 22.46 ± 1.71,
and the voice qoriah group 11.12 ± 1.52 and 22.50 ± 1.76. ANOVAs statistical test results show there is
no significant differences among groups with a value of p = 0.152 in the cerebrum and p=0.183 in the
cerebellum. Conclusion : Murotal sound stimulation during pregnancy increased the number of neuron cells
in the cerebrum and cerebellum of newborn rats.
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