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Effects of forest fragmentation on dipterofauna (Calliphoridae) at the Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, Nova Igua?u, RJ
Ferraz, ACP.;Gadelha, BQ.;Queiroz, MMC.;Moya-Borja, GE.;Aguiar-Coelho, VM.;
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842010000100009
Abstract: samples were collected every month in three different sites of the reserva biológica do tinguá, brazil: site a was located on the border of the forest and sites b and c were located 1,000 and 500 m, respectively, towards the forest interior. the objective was to determine edge effects on a fragment of the atlantic forest. the greatest species richness was observed in sites a and b (23 species), compared with site c (16 species). site a showed the greatest abundance and constancy, independent of the degree of synanthropy. asynanthropic species were more abundant and constant in sites b and c. site b showed the greatest diversity; and sites a and b showed the greatest similarity of populations. there was no significant correlation between calliphoridae richness and canopy openness except in site c. richness and abundance were positively correlated with subwood density, except for richness in site b.
A família Agaricaceae Chevall. em trechos de Mata Atlantica da Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, Nova Igua?u, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: Gêneros Agaricus, Cystolepiota e Lepiota
Albuquerque, Margéli Pereira de;Pereira, Ant?nio Batista;Carvalho Júnior, Aníbal Alves de;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062010000200020
Abstract: agaricaceae is the type family of agaricales and its species are of nutritional and economic importance. the main aim of this survey was to describe the agaricaceae species of rain forest patches in the tinguá biological reserve, located in the vicinity of nova igua?u, rio de janeiro state, brazil. species of the genera agaricus, cystolepiota and lepiota, collected in different plant formations, are presented. the following taxa were recorded: agaricus subrufescens peck., a. dulcidulus schulzer., cystolepiota seminuda (lasch) bon, lepiota. lilacea bresadola., l. tepeitensis murril., l. forquignoni quélet., l. echinela var rhodorhiza (romagn. & locq. ex. orton) hardtke & r?del and l. subincarnata lange.a species key, descriptions, habit photo, microscopic features, distribution and species importance (when known) are given.
Listeria monocytogenes in HIV-infected patients in a hospital of Nova Igua?u, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Norberg, A. N.;Maure, E. A. P.;Svaiter, N.;Gon?alves, A. S.;Sanches, F. G.;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992005000400016
Abstract: a survey was carried out in a hospital of nova igua?u, rio de janeiro, brazil, in the period from july 1999 to march 2002, to determine the infection rate of listeriamonocytogenes in hiv+ patients with diarrhea symptoms; 134 samples were processed by microbiological methods. the results demonstrated 12.68% of positive samples. however, no statistical differences were observed for age or sex in the studied group, suggesting that this microorganism should be regarded in the differential diagnosis of infectious processes in hiv+ patients in the area.
Dengue virus type 3 isolation from Aedes aegypti in the municipality of Nova Igua?u, State of Rio de Janeiro
Louren?o-de-Oliveira, Ricardo;Honório, Nildimar A;Castro, Márcia G;Schatzmayr, Hermann G;Miagostovich, Marize P;Alves, Jo?o CR;Silva, Wellington C;Leite, Paulo J;Nogueira, Rita MR;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762002000600009
Abstract: in a prospective field study conducted from july 2000 to june 2001, adult aedes aegypti and ae. albopictus mosquitoes were caught from the municipality of nova igua?u, state of rio de janeiro, brazil. virus isolation in ae. albopictus clone c6/36 cell line and a semi-nested reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction detected only dengue virus type 3 in three pools of ae. aegypti, despite the co-circulation of den-1, den-2 and den-3 serotypes in that area. no viruses were detected in ae. albopictus mosquitoes. this virological surveillance consists in a sentinel system alerting for dengue outbreaks.
Identification of key areas for Aedes aegypti control through geoprocessing in Nova Igua?u, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil
Lagrotta, Marcos Thadeu Fernandes;Silva, Wellington da Costa;Souza-Santos, Reinaldo;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2008000100007
Abstract: this study discusses the use of geoprocessing to identify key areas for aedes aegypti control, based on the infestation index obtained in the aedes aegypti infestation index rapid survey (liraa). the study was conducted in november 2004 in nova igua?u, rio de janeiro state, brazil. the results were analyzed on two scales, neighborhoods and blocks, with the building infestation index assigned to the neighborhood polygons and the breteau index to the blocks. kernel estimation was used in the spatial pattern analysis. the breteau index spatial distribution showed five areas with high and medium density of positive ae. aegypti breeding sites, highlighting small block clusters with high larval density, strategic for vector control. based on the results, we recommend this method for dengue vector surveillance.
Dengue virus type 3 isolation from Aedes aegypti in the municipality of Nova Igua u, State of Rio de Janeiro
Louren?o-de-Oliveira Ricardo,Honório Nildimar A,Castro Márcia G,Schatzmayr Hermann G
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2002,
Abstract: In a prospective field study conducted from July 2000 to June 2001, adult Aedes aegypti and Ae. albopictus mosquitoes were caught from the municipality of Nova Igua u, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Virus isolation in Ae. albopictus clone C6/36 cell line and a semi-nested reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction detected only dengue virus type 3 in three pools of Ae. aegypti, despite the co-circulation of DEN-1, DEN-2 and DEN-3 serotypes in that area. No viruses were detected in Ae. albopictus mosquitoes. This virological surveillance consists in a sentinel system alerting for dengue outbreaks.
Diversity of Calliphoridae (Diptera) in Brazil's Tinguá Biological Reserve
Marinho, C. R.;Barbosa, L. S.;Azevedo, A. C. G.;Queiroz, M. M. C.;Valgode, M. A.;Aguiar-Coelho, V. M.;
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842006000100012
Abstract: the calliphoridae are flies of great ecological, medical and sanitary importance because they are decom-posers of organic matter, mechanical vectors of pathogenic agents, and causers of myiasis. this paper attempts to ascertain the diversity of calliphoridae in the tinguá biological reserve and correlate meteorological data (temperature, relative humidity of the air, and precipitation) with the occurrence of these flies. the study was conducted at a site in the tinguá biological reserve, located in the municipality of nova igua?u, state of rio de janeiro, brazil. four traps were set up using chicken viscera as bait. the experiment was conducted over the period of may 2001 to april 2002, with two monthly collections. the captured flies were killed with ether and conserved in 70% alcohol and identified in the laboratory of diptera studies (unirio) and the laboratory of vector insect biology and control (fiocruz), both headquartered in the city of rio de janeiro, rj, brazil. a total of 1,987 insects were captured, 37.5% belonging to the family calliphoridae, 29.4% to muscidae, 16.0% to sarcophagidae, and 17.1% to other families. the most representative species found was phaenicia eximia (47.0%), followed by hemilucilia semidiaphana (23.6%), mesembrinella bellardiana (13.7%), hemilucilia segmentaria (7.5%), chloroprocta idioidea (4.9%), chrysomya albiceps (1.2%), chrysomya megacephala (0.9%), phaenicia sericata (0.6%), eumesembrinella sp. (0.5%), and chrysomya putoria (0.1%). large numbers of calliphoridae were noted in may, june, september and january, coinciding with low rainfall and an average temperature of 21.8 to 27.0 °c. a negative correlation was found between the number of calliphoridae captured and meteorological factors.
Hemilucilia segmentaria (Fabricius, 1805) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) as new biological vector of eggs of Dermatobia hominis (Linnaeus Jr., 1781) (Diptera: Oestridae) in Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Marinho, Clarissa Rezende;Barbosa, Leandro Silva;Azevedo, Ana Claudia Granthon de;Queiroz, Margareth M de Carvalho;Valgode, Mariangela Aguiar;Coelho, Valéria Magalh?es Aguiar;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762003000700013
Abstract: the aim of this note was to record for the first time the finding of hemilucilia segmentaria acting as biological vector of dermatobia hominis, during a study of the diversity of calliphoridae at reserva biológica do tinguá, rio de janeiro, brazil. the insects were captured using traps baited with chicken vicera, for a period of 28-30 h twice per month. in the period of one year, 1987 insects were collected, 7.5% of which belonged to the h. segmentaria; of these a female was captured in may 2001, carrying a mass of 20 eggs on the left side of its abdomen.
Hemilucilia segmentaria (Fabricius, 1805) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) as new biological vector of eggs of Dermatobia hominis (Linnaeus Jr., 1781) (Diptera: Oestridae) in Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  [cached]
Marinho Clarissa Rezende,Barbosa Leandro Silva,Azevedo Ana Claudia Granthon de,Queiroz Margareth M de Carvalho
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2003,
Abstract: The aim of this note was to record for the first time the finding of Hemilucilia segmentaria acting as biological vector of Dermatobia hominis, during a study of the diversity of Calliphoridae at Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The insects were captured using traps baited with chicken vicera, for a period of 28-30 h twice per month. In the period of one year, 1987 insects were collected, 7.5% of which belonged to the H. segmentaria; of these a female was captured in May 2001, carrying a mass of 20 eggs on the left side of its abdomen.
Política cultural e desenvolvimento: uma análise do Programa Bairro Escola, do município de Nova Igua?u - Rio de Janeiro
Costa, Cristiane Sim?es Netto;Castro, Diana Costa de;Soares, Vanessa Brulon;Santos, Marcel de Souza Silva e;
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-39512011000400006
Abstract: the objective of this paper is to identify how the current practice of the program "bairro escola", from the city hall of nova igua?u, in the state of rio de janeiro (brazil), answers it′s own stipulated development goals. this program works with partnerships with the non governmental sector or others and the main objective is to offer full time education (in integral turn) by associate workshops of culture and sport with activities of school reinforcement. on this research we use the definition of culture as the cultural manifestations formal organized and institutionalized. the definition for development is based on furtado (1984), where the development is shown as a concept based in substantive ends, and is not only about economic factors. the relation between culture and development is based on santos (2008) and furtado (1984), where the culture is a creative source for an endogenous process of development. we have collected primary and secondary data. for the analysis, it has been created indicators from the categories: culture, development and the relation between culture and development. it has indicate that the program bairro escola is no long functioning like it has been planned, mainly due to have no resources and no infrastructure. a strong difference can be observed between the speech of the interviewed ones that work in the schools and the official speech. as furtado said (1984), the case of the program bairro escola illustrates that many obstacles need to be removed to the creative freedom conduce to a ideal relation between culture and development.
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