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Avalia??o da proteólise e do derretimento do queijo prato obtido por ultrafiltra??o
Narimatsu, Agnes;Dornellas, José Raimundo F.;Spadoti, Leila M.;Pizaia, Patrícia D.;Roig, Salvador M.;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612003000400033
Abstract: prato cheese is the second most consumed cheese in brazil. milk ultrafiltration (uf) is one of the processing alternatives for cheese manufacture which is receiving increased interest of the dairy sector, however, a lower rate of maturation in semi-hard cheeses made by uf has been reported. on this study were realized three processing experiments with three treatments each, respectively: with non concentrated milk (trat. 1) and with milk concentrated by uf up to volumetric concentration ratios (rcv) of 2.5:1 and 3.7:1 (trat. 2 and trat. 3, respectively). the cheeses were manufactured by the traditional process with enzymatic coagulation (calf rennet bela vista? - 90% quimosin) forty minutes/35oc), cut size one, partial remotion of 20% of whey and direct cooking by addition of water at 80oc, molding, pressing and ripening at 7oc. the three treatmens were compared among them with respect to composition, melting and proteolysis. with respect to composition, cheeses made by uf presented larger acidity, moisture and total protein and lower fat content. it was observed on treatment 3 a larger melting capacity and more intense proteolysis, as also their increase with respect to time.
Composi??o, proteólise, capacidade de derretimento e forma??o de "blisters" do queijo mussarela obtido pelos métodos tradicional e de ultrafiltra??o: composition, proteolysis, melting capacity and blisters formation
Pizaia, Patrícia D.;Spadoti, Leila M.;Narimatsu, Agnes;Dornellas, José Raimundo F.;Roig, Salvador M.;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612003000300032
Abstract: the objective of this research was to compare the composition, proteolysis, melting capacity and blisters formation in mozzarella cheese manufactured with milk retentate (mr) of a volumetric concentration factor (fcv) of 2.34:1, with a standard mozzarella cheese (mp) manufactured with non ultrafiltrated milk. it was realized one production assay with 3 batches of mrs and one of mp. it was evaluated the milk, retentate, whey, stretching water and cheeses composition and the proteolysis, melting capacity and the blisters formation on cheeses with 7, 15, 30 and 60 days of refrigerates storage. mrs presented larger ph, ash and total protein contents and lower titratable acidity and fat, fat on dry matter and salt contents when compared to mp. along the storage time the mrs presented lower proteolysis and melting capacity in all the analyzed dates. the pizza area percentage covered by blisters and their average diameters were larger for the mp during the first storage month and thereafter both kinds of cheese presented similar behavior for these two parameters.
Composi o, proteólise, capacidade de derretimento e forma o de "blisters" do queijo mussarela obtido pelos métodos tradicional e de ultrafiltra o: composition, proteolysis, melting capacity and blisters formation
Pizaia Patrícia D.,Spadoti Leila M.,Narimatsu Agnes,Dornellas José Raimundo F.
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2003,
Abstract: O objetivo deste trabalho foi comparar a composi o, a proteólise, a capacidade de derretimento e a forma o de "blisters" (bolhas) em queijos tipo Mussarela fabricados com retentado de leite (MR) de fator de concentra o volumétrica (FCV) de 2,34:1, com um queijo Mussarela padr o (MP) fabricado com leite n o ultrafiltrado. Foi realizado um ensaio de produ o com 3 lotes de MR e um lote de MP. Determinou-se a composi o do leite, retentado, soro, água de filagem e queijos e a proteólise, a capacidade de derretimento e a forma o de "blisters" nos queijos com 7, 15, 30 e 60 dias de armazenamento refrigerado. MRs apresentaram maiores valores de pH e de porcentagem de cinzas e de proteína total e menores porcentagens de acidez titulável, gordura, gordura no extrato seco e sal quando comparadas a MP. Durante o tempo de estocagem, as MRs apresentaram menor proteólise e capacidade de derretimento, em todas as datas analisadas. A porcentagem de área coberta por 'blisters" na pizza e o diametro médio dos mesmos foram maiores na MP durante o primeiro mês de estocagem e depois ambos os tipos de queijos apresentaram comportamentos similares para estes 2 parametros.
The Social and Economic Impacts of Ruaha National Park Expansion  [PDF]
Agnes Sirima
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.46001
Abstract: Displacement of people to allow expansion of protected areas involves removing people from their ancestral land or excluding people from undertaking livelihood activities in their usual areas. The approach perpetuates the human-nature dichotomy, where protected areas are regarded as pristine lands that need to be separated from human activities. Beyond material loss, displaced communities suffer loss of symbolic representation and identity that is attached to the place. The aim of this paper was to assess impacts of Ruaha National Park expansions to the adjoining communities. Five villages were surveyed: Ikoga Mpya, Igomelo, Nyeregete, Mahango and Luhango. All participants were victims of the eviction to expand the park borders. Based on the conceptual analysis, major themes generated were: loss of access to livelihood resources, change in resource ownership, conservation costs, resource use conflict, place identity, and the role of power. Similar to previous studies, results show that local communities suffered both symbolic and material loss as a result of park expansion. Furthermore, it has shown that conflicts related to land use changes have roots within (pastoralist vs. farmers; Sangu vs. Sukuma) as well as from the outside. Hence, to better understand resource access and ownership, a deeper understanding of community characteristics/composition and their local interaction is important. Further, park expansion needs to take into consideration human livelihood need.
Description of a new species of Calliostoma (Gastropoda, Calliostomatidae) from Southeastern Brazil
Ana Paula Dornellas
ZooKeys , 2012, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.224.3684
Abstract: Calliostoma tupinamba is a new species from Southeastern Brazil, ranging from southern Rio de Janeiro to northern S o Paulo, and found only on coastal islands, on rocks and sessile invertebrates at 3 to 5 meters of depth. Shell and soft part morphology is described here in detail. Calliostoma tupinamba is mainly characterized by a depressed trochoid shell; eight slightly convex whorls; a sharply suprasutural carina starting on the third whorl and forming a peripheral rounded keel; and a whitish, funnel-shaped and deep umbilicus, measuring about 5%–10% of maximum shell width. Calliostoma tupinamba resembles C. bullisi Clench & Turner, 1960 in shape, but differs from it in being taller and wider,a smaller umbilicus and lacking a strong and large innermost spiral cord at its base. Finally, an identification key of Brazilian Calliostoma species is presented.
Kelly Dornellas de Castro
Revista PRETEXTO , 2007,
Abstract: A Organiza o Mundial de Saúde, em 1982, reconheceu a "Síndrome do Edifício Doente", quando comprovou-se que a contamina o do ar interno de um hotel na Filadélfia/EUA foi responsável por 182 casos de pneumonia e 29 de morte. Um edifício está “doente” quando 20% dos ocupantes apresentam sintomas como: irrita o dos olhos, nariz, pele e garganta, dores de cabe a, fadiga, falta de concentra o, náuseas, anomalias psicológicas e outros. S o problemas associados, a eleva o da taxa de absenteísmo e a redu o na produtividade do trabalhador. No Brasil, o tema repercutiu, em 1998, após o falecimento do Ministro das Comunica es, Sérgio Motta, entre cujas causas estava a contamina o por bactérias instaladas em ar-condicionado. Deve ser um objetivo dos profissionais do setor da constru o civil, na atualidade, colaborar com as empresas para garantir a qualidade da ambiência interior dos espa os de trabalho, como fator de melhoria do bem-estar e incremento da produtividade dos funcionários.
Management Consulting in Human Resource Management: Central and Eastern European Perspectives in Light of Empirical Experiences  [PDF]
Jozsef Poor, Agnes Milovecz
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2011.43036
Abstract: We analyze the evolution of management consulting in the field of human resources (HR) for the past 20 years in the transitional economies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Our framework for HR consultancy is based on extensive professional experience in the region, several sets of multiyear surveys, and a review of the literature. We focus on the evolving HR theory and the current HR practice in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovenia. Our paper relies on three major sets of multiyear surveys, conducted by the authors’ direct or indirect involvement. Special attention is paid to HR consulting in multinational firms and public sector organizations.
The European Regional Integration in the IR Literature:A Review of Scholarly Support and Opposition  [PDF]
Agnes Katalin Koos
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2011.12015
Abstract: Most of what has been written on the ECSC/ EEC/ EC/ EU, has not been done by international relations (IR) theorists, but by comparativists, sociologists, historians, anthropologists, legal scholars, and many others. These writings are in general classified as intergovernmentalist, federalist, and supranationalist (functionalist and neo- functionalist) in most accounts of the theoretical perspectives on the EU (Webb 1983, Rosamond 2000). Wiener and Diez 2004 add a rational choice institutional category, as well, as they think that the policy analysis within the polity developed into an autonomous brand of literature. It is only Andrew Hurrell in his chapter in Fawcett and Hurrell 1995, who makes an attempt to present the EU, as a regional integration, from the point of view of diverse IR approaches. Drawing on his classification scheme, I conduct an inquiry of the IR theories about European unification from the point of view of whether they allow for the iteration of the European experience in other parts of the world or not. The basic conclusion is that almost all IR work on Europe falls in the inter- governmentalist category, which tends to conceptualize the European Union as representing an n of 1. (Inter- governmentalism is the choice of realism and neo-realism, English School, and neoliberal institutionalism.) Within the liberal IR paradigm, there is a tension between law-focused and security-focused approaches, on the one hand, and economic approaches, on the other. The first believe in the possibility of multiple integrations, while the latter does not think that they are desirable. Critical theories are also hindered by divergent normative commitments, though the class-based theorizing is very clear about pursuing the social control of markets.
Common Origin, Common Power, or Common Life: The Changing Landscape of Nationalisms  [PDF]
Agnes Katalin Koos
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2012.23006
Abstract: Socio-territorial psychic constructs, such as national identities, are perhaps the most important psychic phenomena for political science, with their strength so consequential for wars and inter-ethnic conflicts. The construction of the EU has faced scholars and practitioners with two identity-related problems: (i) whether the socio-territorial identities can be conceptualized as being multi-layered (nested, hyphenated, with non-conflictual relationships among the components), and (ii) whether the higher levels of these identity constructs can be confined to civic aspects (e.g. to a Habermasian constitutional patriotism), as opposed to traditional nationalisms relying on assumptions of common origin, and shared culture. The most entrenched classification of nationalisms relies on an obvious difference between the kinds of nationalisms endorsed by the Irish and Germans, on one hand, and the French and white immigrant countries like the US, on the other hand. These versions are generally labeled “ethnocultural,” involving the consciousness of a shared ancestry and history, and “civic”, relying on the idea of belonging to the same state. My argument is that a schism within the “civic” approach to nationalism can theoretically be expected and empirically supported on the basis of the ISSP 2003, Eurobarometer 57.2 and 73.3 surveys. These datasets confirm the existence of three principal components of nationalism, which can be labeled “ethnocultural”, “great-power-civic” and “welfare-civic”. While the great-power-civic approach is concerned with and takes pride in the country’s military strength, international influence, sovereignty, and national character, the welfare-civic approach takes a more civilian stance and it is concerned with common rights, fair treatment of groups, social security, and welfare within the country. In addition, support has been found for the assumption that people tend to construct their supra-national identity layer according to the molds for their national identity.
Treinamento esfincteriano precoce: prevalência, características materna da crian?a e fatores associados numa coorte de nascimentos
Mota, Denise Marques;Barros, Aluisio Jardim Dornellas;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Materno Infantil , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-38292008000100012
Abstract: objectives: to assess the prevalence of children not using diapers, the age at which toilet training started and the mother's expectations regarding the attainment of this in a cohort of births. methods: all children born in 2004 in the city of pelotas, in the state of rio grande do sul, brazil, were enrolled in a longitudinal study. at the age of 12 months they were assessed for their development. mothers were questioned regarding the beginning of toilet training and parental expectations in relation to the age at which daytime toilet training should be completed. differences between groups were assessed using chi-squared tests for heterogeneity and linear tendency. results: at 12 months of age 14.7% of the mothers had begun daytime toilet training. only 2.2% of the mothers were provided guidance by pediatricians regarding cessation of diaper use. the groups of mothers with the higher prevalence of starting toilet training at 12 months were the ones from the top economic quintile, five to eight years of schooling, adolescent mothers and mothers aged over 40 years. two thirds of the mothers believed the ideal time to cease using diapers is before 18 months of age; 1.3% of children did not use diapers during the day. conclusions: toilet training began early in a significant number of children and an insignificant proportion of mothers received guidance from pediatricians on this. information regarding the ideal time and adequate methods for introducing sphincter control should be offered to mothers during puerperium as part of basic health care.
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