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Natureza e civiliza??o: os painéis decorativos do Sal?o Nobre do Teatro Amazonas
Daou, Ana Maria Lima;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702007000500003
Abstract: the decorative panels in the foyer of the teatro amazonas, inaugurated in 1896, stand out from the rest of the building's ornamental iconography. the rubber trade brought great wealth to the capitals of pará and amazonas and as these cities gained national and international fame, their urban fabric and forms of sociability underwent significant changes. the article looks for parallels between the landscape representations of amazonian nature adorning the building's foyer, the construction of the modern city, and social uses of the teatro amazonas, symbol of the era and emblem of the newly rich elite, who were then taking their place on the regional and national stages. the teatro amazonas formed the center of the era's social life and its foyer played host to veritable rituals of 'civilization', in which brazilian and foreign guests enjoyed the fine setting of amazon's nature as represented in the decorative wall panels.
Espa os da linguagem na educa o
Teixeira Ana Maria Lima
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 2002,
Optimization of the Cultivation of Donor Mesenchymal Stromal Cells for Clinical Use in Cellular Therapy  [PDF]
Vanessa Valim, Bruna Amorin, Annelise Pezzi, Maria Aparecida Lima da Silva, Ana Paula Alegretti, Lucia Silla
CellBio (CellBio) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/cellbio.2014.31003
Abstract: Mesenchymal stromal cells(MSC)have shown their benefits in graft-versus-host disease(GVHD), with five unsettled matters: 1) MSCs expansion in medium with Fetal Bovine Serum(FBS)and its risk of xenoreaction; 2) The number of cells indicated for therapy that is relatively high, with the need to optimize the expansion, number and time wise; 3) The utilization of third party donors; 4) Culture passage number(P);and 5) Source of the cells. This study was designed to determine the superiority of the Platelet Lysates(PL)over FBS on the expansion of MSC, the optimal cell plating density and days between each pass, and to investigate if donor total nucleated cells(TNC)obtained from the washouts of discharged bags and filters of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation(HSCT)can be expanded to be used at clinical grade. TNC were removed, plated and after the first passage were cultivated in different concentrations with FBS or PL, and the number of days to reach 80% of confluence was observed. Next, cultures with the same plating density were fed either with PL or with FBS and after seven days counted to analyze how much they had grown in that period. The proliferation of mesenchymal stromal cells in the presence of PL and SFB was averaged 11.88 and 2.5 times, respectively, in a period of 7 days. The highest concentration of plating cells using PL took less time to reach confluence as compared with the three lower ones. This study suggests that the PL is the best choice as a supplement to expand MSC and to allow the proliferation of enough number of MSC at P2 for clinical use.
Família e prote o social da pessoa com deficiência no Timor-Leste
Isabel Maria Sampaio Oliveira Lima,Ana Karina Menezes Lima
Saúde Coletiva , 2012,
Abstract: Este trabajo analiza la Protección Social de la Persona con Discapacidad y sus familias en Timor Leste, primera nación como país independiente en el milenio. La Protección Social es posible gracias al pacto de solidaridad de la sociedad en las respuestas socio-antropológicas e institucionales a las políticas sociales como la salud ante el riesgo social. La familia es vista como un grupo concreto que está inserido en un sistema de relaciones con inversiones valoradas paraprotección de las estructuras. El objetivo fue describir la visión social de la persona con discapacidad en Timor-Leste.La investigación sigue el enfoque cualitativo, con investigaciones de campo, análisis documental, además de visitas a domicilio e institucionales. El estudio concluyó que el análisis de los niveles iniciales de un país en desarrollo permite discusiones sobre la relatividad de las desventajas sociales dirigidas a la Persona con Discapacidad.
Bibliometric Analysis of Nursing Articles Focused on Health Education  [PDF]
Carla Monique Mourao, Ana Izabel Nicolau, Marília Marques, Ana Fátima Fernandes, Maria Josefina Silva, Ana Karina Pinheiro, Francisca Elisangela Lima, Thelma Araújo, Camila Moreira
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.44026

This study aimed to analyze the references of articles with the approach to Health Education, published in Brazilian journals of nursing classified as Qualis Nursing A1 and A2. Descriptive study. Setting: SciELO library. We analyzed the references of 113 articles which were used to study the theoretical and methodological framework of bibliometrics, which aimed to promote subsidies for obtaining evaluation indicators of production, contributing to the expansion of scientific knowledge produced and disseminated among authors and researchers in nursing science. The main results showed the prevalence of article such as document most often quoted, references with 5-9 years of temporality, from Brazil and in Portuguese. The journals most frequently used were the Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem e a Revista Latino Americana de Enfermagem. Provided a vision of what is being referenced in nursing publications in Brazil, with regard to the Health Education.

Permanências e muta??es na defini??o intergeracional do trabalho infantil
Lima, Adriana Carnielli de;Almeida, Ana Maria F.;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302010000200004
Abstract: this paper discusses how low-income families perceive the meaning of child labor. it points out the ambiguous moral vision that supports the decision made by the older generation to postpone the entrance of their children in the labor market. such decisions can be explained, at least partly, by the deep transformations in mentalities that have followed the genesis of the perception of children as "human beings in formation" and founded the transformation of child labor into an illegal and socially illegitimate practice. nevertheless, our study shows that the ambiguities noted may also be explained by the social history of the generations focused, which is, mainly, the history of the transformations that have taken place, these last decades, in the productive structures and in the legal and spatial organization of brazil.
Participa??o escolar: representa??es dos alunos do 3o ciclo de Aveiro (Portugal)
Pedro, Ana Paula;Pereira, Caridade Maria A. Lima dos S.;
Educa??o e Pesquisa , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-97022010000300007
Abstract: this article proposes a reflection about the intrinsic relationship between democracy and education, particularly in the aspects related to the participation of students in the school decisions. in this sense, and within the sphere of the autonomy regime of portuguese schools it is important to identify the formal and informal spaces afforded to the youngsters in decision-making inside the school in order to understand the latter's role in stimulating and developing youngsters for the exercise of an active citizenship. the democratic lifestyle is constructed through learning opportunities about itself, namely through participative experiences within the school context. in 2009 we carried out a study as part of a master dissertation in the sciences of education at the university of aveiro, portugal, at two public schools of basic education belonging to the aveiro council spanning a population of 240 pupils from the 8th and 9th years of schooling and fourteen class delegates. the results show that pupils have a feeble participation, both formal and informal, despite the decree no. 115-a/98 establishing that schools can, within the limits of their autonomy, create and promote spaces for the effective participation of pupils. the analysis of the instruments of autonomy of the schools investigated reveals that pupil participation is still regarded as an ideal, and has yet to be turned into a real undergoing project. we therefore concluded that schools still center decisions in the teachers, pupil participation being only formal, passive, and ritualized.
Nutri??o mineral de plantas ornamentais XIV: Crescimento do crisantemo (Chrysanthemum mrifolium) cultivar Golden Polaris
Lima, Ana Maria Liner Pereira;Haag, Henrique Paulo;
Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz , 1987, DOI: 10.1590/S0071-12761987000200020
Abstract: from a comercial plantation of chrysantemum situated at campinas, estate of s?o paulo, brazil, plants with 6, 27, 55, 69, 83, 97, 111 and 125 days after planting were collected and divided into stems and leaves. the growth is constant until the fifty fifth day showing after this period a quick and continuous increase in the stems until the final cycle culture; in the leaves the qrowth was after the one hundred and eleventh day. after 125 days in the field, the quantity of estimated dry matter produced per plant, in the stems was 17 g (68%) and in the leaves was 8 g (32%); added together was equal to 25 g per plant.
Nutri??o mineral de plantas ornamentais XII: Deficiências de N, P, Ca, Mg, S e B em crisantemo (Chrysanthemum morifolium cv golden polaris)
Lima, Ana Maria Liner Pereira;Haag, Henrique Paulo;
Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz , 1987, DOI: 10.1590/S0071-12761987000200006
Abstract: chrysantemum plants (cv. golden polaris) were cultivated in pots containing pure quartz and irrigated with nutrient solution with the follows composition: full solution, all essential elements, and others laking n, p, k, ca, mg, s and b. after the symptoms were clearly identified, the plants were harvested, divided into new leaves, old leaves, stems and flowers and analysed for the elements. the malnutrition symptoms appear, in sequence for the elements n, b, s, k, ca, p and mg, being more prominent in the treatments of -n, -k, -b and -ca. the nutrient levels in the leaves without malnutrition symptoms expressed in percentage or part per million of dry matter were: n% -1.92 - 2.25; p% 0.08 - 0.13; k% 2.79 - 2.87; ca% 1.81 -1.68; mg% 0.70 - 0.93; s% - 0.10 - 1.13 and b ppm 56.5 -67.2 the levels of nutrients in unusual leaves were: n% 0.73; p% 0.003; k% 0.42; ca% 0.46; mg% 0.48; s% 0.10 and b ppm - 33.07.
Phase transformations in an AISI 410S stainless steel observed in directional and laser-induced cooling regimes
Lima, Milton Sergio Fernandes de;Santo, Ana Maria do Espirito;
Materials Research , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-14392012005000003
Abstract: the applications of the chromium ferritic stainless steel aisi 410s have been considerably increased in the last years in many technical fields as chemical industries and oil or gas transportation. however, the phase transformation temperatures are, currently, unknown for this alloy. the aim of this work is to determine the alpha to gamma transformation temperatures of the aisi 410s alloy in different cooling conditions and to analyze them using continuous cooling theory. in order to achieve different cooling rates and thermal conditions, two complementary techniques were used: bridgman furnace crystal growth and laser remelting technique. the measured solidification temperature was around 1730 and 1750 k. plate-like and dendritic austenite precipitates were obtained in solid-state phase using growth rates between 5 and 10 μm/s in directional growth experiments. only plate-like austenite phase was observed in the experiments using growth rates above 100 μm/s. the appearance of dendrites, with the consequent segregation of the elements, can be previously determined by the microstructure modeling currently proposed. massive austenite can be produced from 0.3 to 10 mm/s rates at temperatures between 1100-1300 k. the structure might be less sensitive to corrosion because this phase is produced without microsegregation.
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