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The karyotype of the critically endangered Lear's macaw, Anodorhynchus leari Bonaparte 1856 (Aves, Psittaciformes)
Nogueira, Denise Monnerat;Souza, Lucia Moreno de;Goldschmidt, Beatriz;Silva, Christiano Pinheiro da;Monsores, Denise Wilches;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572006000400014
Abstract: we used conventional chromosomal staining to describe the karyotype of the critically endangered lear's macaw, anodorhynchus leari bonaparte 1856. a diploid number of 2n = 70 and a karyotype similar to that of its congener anodorhynchus hyacinthinus suggests that chromosomal rearrangements were not the main evolutionary mechanism in the genus.
Isolamento de Salmonella Braenderup em arara-azul (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus)
Allgayer, Mariangela Costa;Oliveira, Sérgio José de;Mottin, Vanessa Daniele;Loiko, Márcia Regina;Abilleira, Fernanda;Guedes, Neiva Maria Robaldo;Passos, Daniel Thompsen;Weimer, Tania de Azevedo;
Ciência Rural , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782009005000171
Abstract: the sanitary monitoring of free-living hyacinth macaw (anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) allows adjusting the management in altered natural habitat. to evaluate the occurrence of salmonella spp. it was collected cloacal swabs of this nestlings species, in the pantanal wetlands, in the state of mato grosso do sul, brazil. one salmonella-like colony was serologically typed and identified as salmonella braenderup. due to the high zoonotical potential of this microorganism, it is important an effective sanitary control of wildlife psittacines. in the literature searched it was not found any report on isolation of this bacterium in hyacinth macaw for both free-living and captive animals.
An Interview with Dr. Walter Lear  [cached]
The Editors
Social Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: In this issue of the English version of Social Medicine we are publishing the first of several pamphlets loaned to us by the US Health Activism History Collection. To introduce this collection we travelled to Philadelphia on June 18, 2008 to interview Dr. Walter J. Lear. Dr Lear, born in 1923, is the person responsible for the collection. In a wide-ranging interview in his home Dr. Lear discussed his personal background, the origins and purpose of the collection, the impact of the McCarthy period on the US health left, as well as his vision for the future.
Bonaparte and the astronomers of Brera Observatory  [PDF]
E. Antonello
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: In Northern Italy, between 1796 and 1814, Napoleon Bonaparte formed a Republic, and then a Kingdom, controlled by France. Milan was the capital of the State, and the Brera Palace was the main cultural centre, as regards both the arts and the sciences. Bonaparte probably intended to strengthen this characteristic of Brera, aiming at increasing its Italian and European relevance. We will discuss in detail in which way he interacted with the astronomers of Brera Observatory, and in particular with Barnaba Oriani, that was considered the local main representative of the 'republique des lettres', that is, the world of literature, arts and sciences. We propose a possible reconstruction of the effects of those complicated historical events on the Italian astronomy and on its relations with the European one.
The “Unfinished Business”: The Avoidance of King Lear by the Prequel Lear’s Daughters
Annamária Fábián
Trans : Revue de Littérature Générale et Comparée , 2010,
Abstract: Cet article propose une approche théorique du processus de réinterprétation réciproque de deux pièces de théatre, King Lear de Shakespeare et son adaptation par Elaine Feinstein et le Women’s Theatre Group, Lear’s Daughters. L’essai de Stanley Cavell (The Avoidance of Love)sur la pièce de Shakespeare sert d’intertexte à l’examen des deux pièces. L’objet de cette lecture superposée est de montrer le processus par lequel l’adaptation, en cherchant à échapper à ses origines, entra ne une complète redéfinition de ces mêmes origines, provoquant des interprétations radicalement nouvelles de King Lear. The essay is a theoretical approach to present the mutual reinterpretation of two plays, Shakespeare’s King Lear and its prequel adaptation by Elaine Feinstein an the Women’s Theatre Group, Lear’s Daughters. Stanley Cavell’s influential essay (The Avoidance of Love) written on King Lear is serving as an intertext by which the two texts can be examined. With this multilayered reading, the aim is to present how the attempts of an adaptation to avoid the origins will result in a complete redefinition of those very origins in question, provoking new and quite drastic interpretations to King Lear. Este artículo propone una aproximación teórica al proceso de reinterpretación recíproca de dos obras de teatro, El rey Lear de Shakespeare y su adaptación por Elaine Feinstein y Women’s Theatre Group, Lear’s Daughters. El ensayo de Stanley Cavell (The Avoidance of Love) en la obra de Shakespeare sirve como intertexto para examinar ambas obras. El propósito de esta lectura superpuesta es mostrar el proceso mediante el cual la adaptación, buscando escapar a su origen, conlleva una completa redefinición de dicho origen, dando lugar a interpretaciones radicalmente nuevas de El rey Lear.
Exploring QCD: from LEAR to GSI  [PDF]
T. Barnes
Physics , 2003, DOI: 10.1016/S0168-583X(03)01759-2
Abstract: In this invited contribution I briefly review some of the principal topics in hadron spectroscopy that were studied at the CERN low-energy antiproton facility LEAR, from its beginnings in the early 1980s to the present. These topics include the nature of multiquark systems, the short-ranged nuclear force, and gluonic hadrons, including glueballs and hybrids. Lessons we have learned from the LEAR program that are relevant to the future GSI project are given particular emphasis.
Only Psychoanalysis Can Make You Really Unhappy (Jonathan Lear, Freud)  [cached]
Justin Clemens
Cosmos and History : the Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy , 2006,
Abstract: A discussion of Jonathan Lear, Freud, London, Routledge, 2005.
Sin, Punishment and Redemption in King Lear  [cached]
Yujun Liu
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v5n9p119
Abstract: Holy Bible is the classic of Christian, having a deep and far-reaching influence on the thought and the everyday life of western people. The elements in Holy Bible were shown everywhere in Shakespeare’s tragedy: King Lear. This article aims to explore the essential propositions of Christian: sin, punishment and redemption as the clue, and analyzes the behaviors and fates of characters in King Lear. First, human beings are born with sins. The characters can not escape the deep-rooted original sin in human’s nature, committing different kinds of sins. Second, God is fair to everyone. The punishment follows their sins. The characters deserved their proper punishment accordingly. Owing to their different sins, some experienced kinds of sufferings; some lost their life; some will be tortured in the hell forever. Third, God punishes those who commit the sins, but he also saves those who die for justice, and forgives those who repent. Suffering is the road leading to being redempted. After those sufferings, people were saved. The religious ideas are widely used King Lear, further heightening the feelings of Christians, and preaching the lessons of punishing the evil and advocating the good.
The Cognitive Metaphorical Expressions of King Lear  [PDF]
Chengxia Chang
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/als.2018.62005
Abstract: From a linguistic cognitive perspective, Shakespeare highlights the theme of King Lear through metaphorical expressions. One of the main clues to the play was the reckless and irrational act that King Lear and Gloucester had to deal with some of their own problems. These behaviors cause their personal and family tragedies. The author analyzes the tragic favour of King Lear from three aspects: The cognitive metaphorical expressions of language, tragic theme and the eyes. The drama King Lear shows the metaphorical expression of language cognition in the modeling of characters, the theme expression and the plot construction. From a linguistic point of view, Shakespeare highlights the internal structure and theme of drama by setting reckless and irrational actions of characters, and metaphorically expresses the grave consequence of recklessness and irrationality by this way of setting.
“The Thing Itself” Ironic Hermeneutics of the Subject in King Lear
Sergej Macura
Trans : Revue de Littérature Générale et Comparée , 2009,
Abstract: Cet article examine le processus de “connaissance de soi” conduit par le protagoniste principal de la pièce de Shakespeare, Le Roi Lear, à travers les dialogues du personnage éponyme avec les interlocuteurs divers de la pièce – les membres de sa famille, ses domestiques, ses camarades de souffrance sur la lande, mais aussi les forces de la nature. Son savoir le plus profond dérive de sa rencontre avec Edgar, déguisé en “pauvre Tom”, alors que Lear finalement devient fou, après avoir compris la misère qu’il s’est fait subir à lui-même. The paper discusses the process of self-knowing experienced by the main character in King Lear, through the self-deposed King’s dialogues with various protagonists of the play – his closest relatives, his servants, fellow-sufferers on the heath and even the forces of nature. His deepest knowledge comes from the encounter with Edgar in the disguise of Poor Tom, when his reason finally gives way before he can realize what he has done to himself. Este artículo examina el proceso de “conocimiento de sí” que vive el protagonista de la obra de Shakespeare El Rey Lear, mediante los diálogos del personaje epónimo con distintos interlocutores de la obra (los miembros de su familia, sus domésticos, sus compa eros de sufrimiento en la landa, así como las fuerzas de la naturaleza. Su saber más profundo nace del encuentro con Edgar, disfrazado de “pobre Tom”, que tiene lugar en el momento en que Lear acaba por volverse loco, después de darse cuenta de lo que se hizo vivir a si mismo.
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