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Aduba??o química e organica na recupera??o da fertilidade de subsolo degradado e na micorriza??o do Stryphnodendron polyphyllum
Calgaro, Hemerson Fernandes;Valério Filho, Walter Veriano;Aquino, Sueli da Silva;Maltoni, Kátia Luciene;Cassiolato, Ana Maria Rodrigues;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832008000300041
Abstract: due to the building of the hydroelectric power plant of ilha solteira, in the late 60s, some areas have been deforested and were used as "loan areas". thus, the soils belonging to these locations were subtracted and these areas' physical, chemical and biological properties became inappropriate. this work aimed at evaluating the use of chemical and organic fertilization to improve the degraded subsoil and replanting with mycorrhizal stryphnodendron polyphyllum ("barbatim?o"). the area is located at the experimental station (fepe), unesp/ilha solteira campus, in selvíria - ms. using the design of randomized blocks with four replications of 250 m2 plots (10 x 25 m), 10 treatments were evaluated: control; liming; fertilizing n + p; liming + n + p; n + p + water hyacinth; n + p + sugar cane bagasse; n + p + water hyacinth + sugar cane bagasse; liming + n + p + water hyacinth; liming + n + p + sugar cane bagasse; and liming + n + p + water hyacinth + sugar cane bagasse. chemical characteristics of the subsoil and plant growth were evaluated five times (june, august, november and december 2005, and march of 2006) and the root percent colonization was evaluated in march 2006. after a year the subsoil still remained acidic and of low chemical fertility. the steam diameter and plant height showed increasing results along the period, with the highest values for the treatments that received liming, n + p and organic residues. the percent mycorrhizal colonization and number of spores were positively influenced by the presence of organic residues.
Resíduos organicos como recondicionante de subsolo degradado e efeitos na atividade microbiana e fertilidade em cultivo de barbatim?o
Calgaro, Hemerson Fernandes;Cassiolato, Ana Maria Rodrigues;Valério Filho, Walter Veriano;Fernandes, Francisco Maximino;Maltoni, Kátia Luciene;
Revista árvore , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622008000600012
Abstract: following the construction of the hydroelectric power station of solteira island in the late 1960s, some areas were deforested and used as "lending areas". the soil was extracted from these areas, which acquired chemical and biological characteristics far from the ideal. this work aimed to evaluate the use of organic residues as a reconditioner of degraded subsoil and quantify its effects on soil microbial activity and fertility in 'barbatim?o' (stryphnodendron polyphyllum mart.) cultivation. the area is located at the unesp/ ilha solteira campus farm, in selvíria - ms. four sections (repetitions) of 250 m2 (10 x 25 m) were allocated, with 10 treatments for each, as follows: control; liming; fertilizing+n+p; liming+n+p; n+p+water hyacinth; n+p+sugar cane bagasse; n+p+water hyacinth+sugar cane bagasse; liming+n+p+water hyacinth; liming+n+p+sugar cane bagasse and liming+n+p+water hyacinth+sugar cane bagasse. the chemical characteristics of the subsoil were evaluated as well as plant growth, carbon microbial biomass (cmb) and released c-co2 , metabolic quotient (qco2) and microbial quotient (qmic), in 5 subsoil sample collecting times (june, august, november and december, 2005 and march, 2006). the subsoil displayed the same acid and poor nutrient level characteristics after a year. during the experiment, the cmb presented stabilization tendencies and the qco2 and qmic decreased in the same period. in all, even below the ideal level, the organic residues showed better results, with small positive differences for water hyacinth. cmb exhibited seasonal variations.
In Vitro Schistosomicidal Activity of Some Brazilian Cerrado Species and Their Isolated Compounds
Nayanne Larissa Cunha,Camila Jacintho de Mendon a Uch a,Lucas Silva Cintra,Herbert Cristian de Souza,Juliana Andrade Peixoto,Claudia Peres Silva,Lizandra Guidi Magalh es,Valéria Maria Meleiro Gimenez,Milton Groppo,Vanderlei Rodrigues,Ademar Alves da Silva Filho,Márcio Luís Andrade e Silva,Wilson Roberto Cunha,Patrícia Mendon a Pauletti,Ana Helena Januário
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/173614
Abstract: Miconia langsdorffii Cogn. (Melastomataceae), Roupala montana Aubl. (Proteaceae), Struthanthus syringifolius (Mart.) (Loranthaceae), and Schefflera vinosa (Cham. & Schltdl.) Frodin (Araliaceae) are plant species from the Brazilian Cerrado whose schistosomicidal potential has not yet been described. The crude extracts, fractions, the triterpenes betulin, oleanolic acid, ursolic acid and the flavonoids quercetin 3-O-β-D-rhamnoside, quercetin 3-O-β-D-glucoside, quercetin 3-O-β-D-glucopyranosyl-(1-2)-α-L-rhamnopyranoside and isorhamnetin 3-O-β-D-glucopyranosyl-(1-2)-α-L-rhamnopyranoside were evaluated in vitro against Schistosoma mansoni adult worms and the bioactive n-hexane fractions of the mentioned species were also analyzed by GC-MS. Betulin was able to cause worm death percentage values of 25% after 120 h (at 100 μM), and 25% and 50% after 24 and 120 h (at 200 μM), respectively; besides the flavonoid quercetin 3-O-β-D-rhamnoside promoted 25% of death of the parasites at 100 μM. Farther the flavonoids quercetin 3-O-β-D-glucoside and quercetin 3-O-β-D-rhamnoside at 100 μM exhibited significantly reduction in motor activity, 75% and 87.5%, respectively. Biological results indicated that crude extracts of R. montana, S. vinosa, and M. langsdorffii and some n-hexane and EtOAc fractions of this species were able to induce worm death to some extent. The results suggest that lupane-type triterpenes and flavonoid monoglycosides should be considered for further antiparasites studies.
Approaches on the Major Predictors of Blood Transfusion in Cardiovascular Surgery: A Systematic Review  [PDF]
Maria Christiane Valéria Braga Braile-Sternieri, Eliana Migliorini Mustafa, Victor Rodrigues Ribeiro Ferreira, Sofia Braile Sabino, Cibele Olegário Vianna Queiroz, Bethina Canaroli Sbardellini, Giovanni Braile Sternieri, Lúcia Angélica Buffulin de Faria, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho, Domingo Marcolino Braile
Health (Health) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/health.2019.114033
Abstract: Introduction: Experimental Clinical studies have shown that loss of up to 77.0% of red cell mass can be tolerated as long as it kept the blood volume. However, the blood volume loss of about 34.0% is fatal. The initial attention in patients with bleeding should be given to maintaining blood volume and oxygen transport. Thus, transfusions of allogeneic blood products are associated with an increased risk of morbidity and mortality in cardiac surgery. Some transfusion risk scores have been proposed for cardiac surgery patients. Objective: To review and discuss literature blood transfusion (blood components gradient) in cardiovascular surgery versus polytrauma, gastrointestinal bleeding, and neoplastic diseases. Methods: The model followed for the review was PRISMA. We used the databases as Scielo, Lilacs, Google Scholar, PubMed articles and works of scientific and doctoral theses master. Results: According to the discussion in the literature, the acute bleeding of large volumes is challenging to emergency services. Accordingly, the need to support hemotherapeutics led to the development of protocols for more rational utilization of the monitored blood components. Conclusion: Hemotherapy services have adopted a very dynamic approach to the clinical condition presented by patients, the need for four or more red blood cell units.
Social Media and the Impact on Alcohol Consumption: A Study among Academics from a Public University in a Western Amazon City, Porto Velho, Brazil  [PDF]
Rosely Valéria Rodrigues, Marina Gomes Martellet, Giovanna Lorena Nery Tavernard, Sérgio Valério Escobar Filho
Social Networking (SN) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/sn.2019.83008
Abstract: This is a descriptive study of quantitative approach, developed at the Federal University of Rond?nia located in the Western Amazon. With the aim of analyzing the frequency of visualization of alcoholic content in the Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, patterns of consumption, reasons that lead them to drink, most used social network and to correlate how often the users are exposed to alcoholic publications, determining if there was an important link between individual drinking practice during the beginning period and six months later. The information was obtained through the application of questionnaires for incoming students of the freshmen semester, in two moments: a period from August to December 2016/2, and, asking the same students again, from March to June 2017/1. 52.8% were males in 2016/2 and 57, 9% of females in 2017/1 with age ranging between 18 and 20 years in both periods. Facebook has proven to be the most used platform among college students. In 2016/2, 63.9% reported seeing alcohol content at Facebook and consuming that substance, comparing to Instagram with 70.4%, and to Snapchat with 74.1%. In 2017/2, academics reporting viewing alcoholic content on Facebook and consuming those alcoholic beverages accounted for 65.8%, compared to Instagram, 74.1% and Snapchat 74.4%. “Celebrating a special occasion with friends” is the most cited reason of why claim to consume alcohol. Therelation between exposure to the alcohol content of the virtual media and the network of friends was found imperceptible to the majority of the students, as they mostly do not consider themselves exposed. Many university students start the graduation already consuming alcoholic substances, which explains why there is no significant change in alcohol consumption between the observed moments, although it was found a relationship between the visualization of alcohol content in social networks and consumption, with greater impact on Snapchat.
Sorovares de Salmonella em carne de eqüídeos abatidos no nordeste do Brasil
Hofer, Ernesto;Zamora, Marita Rodrigues Navas;Lopes, Antonio Emery;Moura, Ana Maria Camelo de;Araújo, Heliani Lins de;Leite, Joana D'Arc Didier;Leite, Maria Domênica Didier;Silva Filho, Sebasti?o Januário da;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2000000200005
Abstract: in the sixties and seventies there was an extraordinary increase in export of horse meat products to europe and japan. this favored an increase in risk of salmonella outspread through those products to human and animal consumer populations. thus, from an exporting company dealing with horse meat located in northeastern brazil (state of pernambuco), 19,238 fragments of more external muscles, salmonella was isolated from 666 samples colleted from 433 animals (horses and donkeys). the serotyping of 745 isolates showed 98 serovars pertaining to 14 serogroups, predominantly classified into subspecies i (98.9%). s. anatum, s. carrau, s. saintpaul, s. agona, and s. typhimurium were the most frequent serovars isolated. preliminary data indicate that the primary causes for the presence of salmonella in the meats probably was contact with feces from slaughtered animals, as well as possible contamination of environments, in view of the absence of human carriers researched in part of the personnel.
Carcinoma gástrico: análise sistemática de 289 gastrectomias consecutivas em Belo Horizonte (MG)
Lemes, Laura A.O.;Neunschwander, Letícia C.;Matta, Lincoln A.C.;Osório Filho, José;Soares, Paula Cristina M.;Cabral, M?nica Maria D.A.;Nogueira, Ana Margarida M.F.;Rodrigues, Marco Ant?nio G.;
Jornal Brasileiro de Patologia e Medicina Laboratorial , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-24442003000100012
Abstract: background and aims: gastric carcinoma (gc) is highly prevalent in our population. there are few studies about gc characteristics in brazil, therefore, we report our data in a series of gc examined in a 10 years period. material and methods: surgical specimens from 289 patients submitted to gastrectomy were examined according to a standardized protocol. results: most of the tumors (n = 170, 59%) had distal localization, 230 were advanced, mainly borrmann iii type, and 36 cases were early tumors, mainly type ii; 115 cases (40%) were expansive and 122 (42%) were infiltrative according to ming's; 178 cases (62%) were intestinal-type (igc), 61 (21%) were diffuse-type (dgc) and 50 cases (17%) were mixed type. among igc, 116 patients were men (65%) and 61 (35%) were women (1,9:1), mean age of 67.1± 11.8 years; among dgc 36 patients were men (59%) and 25 (41%) were women (1.4:1), mean age 59.3 ± 14.2 years, significantly lower than in igc (p = 0.001). igc were predominantly borrmann types i or ii, whereas dgc were commonly borrmann types iii or iv (p = 0.004). dgc were in more advanced stages than igc (p = 0.02). nerve invasion was more frequent in dgc cases (p < 10-7). chronic atrophic gastritis and intestinal metaplasia were quite common among igc (81% and 67%) and dgc (77% and 59%). conclusions: our data are similar to those reported from medium and high gc risk populations. intestinal-type distally located gc are predominant and most of the cases are advanced tumors without any possibility of curative treatment.
Extra??es de óleos de sementes de citros e suas atividades sobre a formiga cortadeira Atta sexdens e seu fungo simbionte
Fernandes, Jo?o B.;David, Valmir;Facchini, Patrícia H.;Silva, M. Fátima das G. F. da;Rodrigues Filho, Edson;Vieira, Paulo C.;Galhiane,rio S.;Pagnocca, Fernando C.;Bueno, Odair C.;Hebling, M. José;Victor, Sandra R.;Santos, Ana Maria Rodrigues dos;
Química Nova , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422002000700009
Abstract: seeds citrus oils (c. sinensis, c. limon and c. reticulata) extraction with hexane in a soxhlet apparatus and through supercritical fluid (co2) were done. besides triglycerides, the oils obtained with hexane comprised volatile compounds such as terpenes and fatty alcohols, esters, and aldehydes. however, the oils obtained by extraction with supercritical fluid presented only triglycerides. these results indicate that the extraction using supercritical fluid presents better selectivity. the activity of the oils on the development of the ant symbiotic fungus, leucoagaricus gongylophorus, showed week activity and the topic insecticide assay showed better activity for the tangerine seed oil.
“Cachaças” (Sugarcane Spirit) Aged Quantitation of Phenolic Compounds, Antibacterial and Antioxidant Activity  [PDF]
Leonardo Milani Avelar Rodrigues, Maria das Gra?as Cardoso, Luís Roberto Batista, Wilder Douglas Santiago, Juliana Maria Valério Resende, Juliana de Andrade Santiago, Marcos de Souza Gomes, Milene Aparecida Andrade, Maria Luisa Teixeira, Fabiana Reinis Franca Passamani
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.520309
Abstract: The “cachaça” is currently one of the fastest growing agro-industrial industries in the country as the drink considered as a symbol of Brazilian nationality. This study aimed to quantify the phenolic compounds, evaluate the antioxidant and antibacterial activity of different samples of aged “cachaça”. The physic-chemical analysis was performed at the Brandy Quality Laboratory of the Federal University of Lavras, and the determination of phenolic compounds was performed by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). The antimicrobial activity evaluation was held at the Food Mycology Laboratory through the cavity agar diffusion technique and by steam using the micro-organisms Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella choleraesuis, Listeria monocytogenes and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The antioxidant activity was evaluated using the DPPH radical sequestering method. The values obtained for the phenolic compounds ranged from 0.41 to 9.69 mg/L, observing the predominance of syringaldehyde, gallic acid and vanillic acid. The phenolic extracts showed a satisfactory antibacterial activity for both Gram-negative and Gram-positive but did not show inhibition against the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The antioxidant activity was evidenced by the DPPH test for cachaças tested and the “cachaça” aged in oak barrel showed the highest activity, followed by “cachaça” aged in jequitibá, amburana and balm barrels.
The Brazilian Research Consortium on Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders: recruitment, assessment instruments, methods for the development of multicenter collaborative studies and preliminary results
Miguel, Euripedes Constantino;Ferr?o, Ygor Arzeno;Rosário, Maria Concei??o do;Mathis, Maria Alice de;Torres, Albina Rodrigues;Fontenelle, Leonardo Franklin;Hounie, Ana Gabriela;Shavitt, Roseli Gedanke;Cordioli, Aristides Volpato;Gonzalez, Christina Hojaij;Petribú, Kátia;Diniz, Juliana Belo;Malavazzi, Dante Marino;Torresan, Ricardo C;Raffin, Andréa Litvin;Meyer, Elisabeth;Braga, Daniela T;Borcato, Sonia;Valério, Carolina;Gropo, Luciana N;Prado, Helena da Silva;Perin, Eduardo Alliende;Santos, Sandro Iêgo;Copque, Helen;Borges, Manuela Corrêa;Lopes, Angélica Prazeres;Silva, Elenita D da;,;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462008000300003
Abstract: objective: to describe the recruitment of patients, assessment instruments, implementation, methods and preliminary results of the brazilian research consortium on obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders, which includes seven university sites. method: this cross-sectional study included a comprehensive clinical assessment including semi-structured interviews (sociodemographic data, medical and psychiatric history, disease course and comorbid psychiatric diagnoses), and instruments to assess obsessive-compulsive (yale-brown obsessive-compulsive scale and dimensional yale-brown obsessive-compulsive scale), depressive (beck depression inventory) and anxious (beck anxiety inventory) symptoms, sensory phenomena (universidade de s?o paulo sensory phenomena scale), insight (brown assessment beliefs scale), tics (yale global tics severity scale) and quality of life (medical outcome quality of life scale short-form-36 and social assessment scale). the raters' training consisted of watching at least five videotaped interviews and interviewing five patients with an expert researcher before interviewing patients alone. the reliability between all leaders for the most important instruments (structured clinical interview for dsm-iv, dimensional yale-brown obsessive-compulsive scale, universidade de s?o paulo sensory phenomena scale) was measured after six complete interviews. results: inter-rater reliability was 96%. by march 2008, 630 obsessive-compulsive disorder patients had been systematically evaluated. mean age (±se) was 34.7 (±0.51), 56.3% were female, and 84.6% caucasian. the most prevalent obsessive compulsive symptom dimensions were symmetry and contamination. the most common comorbidities were major depression, generalized anxiety and social anxiety disorder. the most common dsm-iv impulsive control disorder was skin picking. conclusion: the sample was composed mainly by caucasian individuals, unmarried, with some kind of occupational activity, mean age of 35 years, on
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