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Advances in the Treatment of Textile Effluents: A Review  [PDF]
Marco Antonio Covi Júnior, Andressa Graciele dos Santos, Elias de Paulo Silva, Guilherme Franqueiro Maimoni, Helísa Naves Martins, Maria Luiza de Moura Assis, Carmen Aparecida Cardoso Maia Camargo, Marcio Antonio Ferreira Camargo
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105549
Abstract:
The textile industry moves the economy of several countries, being of great importance for the internal market and also for the external market, but it is considered one of the industries that consume a greater volume of water in its productive process, being one of the largest producers of effluents. Effluents from the textile industries carry toxic, mutagenic and potentially carcinogenic substances, and are resistant to chemical and/or biological degradation, pre-venting traditional effluent treatment methodologies from removing significant quantities of these molecules, compromising the quality of receiving water bodies. The present work aims to demonstrate the conventional methodologies used in the treatment of effluents from textile industries and present new technologies discovered for this purpose and present a greater efficiency in the removal of the dyes used in the productive chain of these industries.
Genome-Wide Identification and Characterization of the Dof Transcription Factor Gene Family in Phaseolus vulgaris L.  [PDF]
Tania Mayumi Ito, Claudia Borsari Trevizan, Tiago Benedito dos Santos, Silvia Graciele Hülse de Souza
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2017.812218
Abstract: The Dof (DNA-binding with one finger) proteins are a class of plant-specific transcription factors that can trigger several processes involved in plant growth and development, as well as in stress responses. Here, we performed a systematic bioinformatics analysis to characterize all Dof genes in common bean, which included analysis of the genome sequence, conserved protein domains, chromosomal locations, subcellular locations, phylogenetic relationships, gene duplications, and gene expression profiles in different tissues. Bioinformatics analysis revealed 36 putative genes related to PvDof that were classified into seven subfamilies (A, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, and, D2) by comparative phylogenetic analysis. Based on our genome duplication analysis, a total of 36 genes were found to be distributed on all 11 chromosomes, and they expanded through gene duplication in tandem, suggesting the involvement of segmental duplication events in the evolutionary process. Synteny events and phylogenetic comparisons of the Dof proteins of common bean with those of A. thaliana, O. sativa, and G. max L. led to the identification of several orthologous and paralogous genes, which provided further insight into the diversity of the evolutionary characteristics of genes of this family in other plant species. Expression profiles revealed that most of the PvDof genes were expressed in different tissues, indicating that PvDof genes may be involved in various physiological functions during plant development. The results of this study provide additional information and potential biotechnological resources for further understanding the molecular basis of this gene family and consequently improvement of common bean crops.
Abundancia de insetos herbívoros associados ao pequizeiro (Caryocar brasiliense Cambess.)
Fernandes, Laine Cristina;Fagundes, Marcílio;Santos, Glêison Augusto dos;Silva, Graciele Madureira;
Revista árvore , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622004000600018
Abstract: the present research aimed at evaluating the effects of branch growth rate in the abundance of free life herbivore insects associated with caryocar brasiliense in three different habitats (savannah, dry forest, and pasture). in each habitat 20 trees were chosen and in each tree four branches were marked,they were monitored monthly from june to november of 2001. during the monitoring, 47 morphoespecies (four orders) were found associated with branches of c. brasiliense. branch growth rate was significant by different, among the studied habitats. however, just in the savannah a significant relationship among the abundance of herbivores and branch growth rate was observed
As rela es interpessoais e o consumo de drogas por adolescentes
Graciele Dietz,Cátia Gentile dos Santos,Leila Mariza Hildebrandt,Marinês Tambara Leite
SMAD Revista Electrónica Salud Mental, Alcohol y Drogas , 2011,
Abstract: Este estudio tenía como objetivo conocer, por la óptica de adolescentes dependientes químicos, los motivos por los cuales empezaron a consumir drogas. Investigación cualitativa y analítica, desarrollada en un hospital general de peque o porte y en un Centro de Atención Psicosocial de alcohol y drogas, de la cual participaron siete adolescentes. Para la colecta de datos se utilizó la entrevista abierta, grabada y transcripta. El análisis de los datos siguió los preceptos del análisis de contenido. Los resultados demostraron que las relaciones del adolescente con la familia, amigos, escuela y comunidades son factores determinantes para el comienzo o no del uso de drogas.
Genetic plant improvement and climate changes
Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho,Graciele Simoneti da Silva,Luiz Antonio dos Santos Dias
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: The consequences of climate change for the agribusiness in Brazil have been widely debated. The issue isdiscussed in this publication to show the expected problems, particularly those associated with increases in temperature andwater stress. It is emphasized that the genetic improvement of plants, based on the experience in the past, has much tocontribute to mitigate these problems. To invest in the breeding of new cultivars, selected under stress conditions, is certainlythe best possible strategy for agriculture to cope with changes caused by climate alterations.
Ornamental Bee Plants as Foraging Resources for Urban Bees in Southern Brazil  [PDF]
Denise Monique Dubet da Silva Mouga, Vanessa Feretti, Jeniffer Cristine de Sena, Manuel Warkentin, Andressa Karine Golinski dos Santos, Carolina Lopes Ribeiro
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/as.2015.63037
Abstract: Ornamental plants are distinguished by the shape and color of their leaves/flowers and their use in landscaping and gardening. In urban areas, their presence is relevant for the maintenance of bees. Aiming to list the ornamental bee plants species occurring in Santa Catarina State (SC), southern Brazil, a survey of forage resources for bees, recorded in the State, was performed. We refer all published works developed in SC (resulting in the period 1983-2014) which include data from reports of scientific research, monographs, dissertations, Masters Dissertations, Doctoral Thesis, annals of scientific events, scientific articles and books. From the 28 ensuant works, we listed, as ornamental bee plants occurring in SC, 201 species, of 156 genera and 66 botanical families. Of these species, 92 are native (N), 26 endemic to Brazil and 109 exotic (E). Families with more ornamental bee species are: Fabaceae (22 species), Asteraceae (20), Solanaceae (11), Rosaceae (10) and Lamiaceae (8). The most cited species are: Lantana camara L. (N) (Verbenaceae) (9 quotes), Aloysia virgata (N) (Ruiz & Pav.) Juss. (Verbenaceae) (8), Hedychium coronarium J. Koenig (naturalized) (Zingiberaceae) (6) and Brachyscome multifida (E) (Asteraceae) (5), regarding habitus, herbs (48.5%) predominate, followed by bushes (21.5%), trees (16.5%) and vines (10.5%). Preferred colours of flowers by bees are, in decreasing order: white, yellow, red/pink, and others. The genus Ipomoea, Calliandra, Passiflora, Prunus and Senecio have more ornamental bee plant species. A large botanical diversity arises, demonstrating the possibilities for urban bee foraging and ornamental featuring, in a perspective of sustainability.
Homofobia e sexualidade em adolescentes: trajetórias sexuais, riscos e vulnerabilidades
Teixeira, Fernando Silva;Marretto, Carina Alexandra Rondini;Mendes, Andressa Benini;Santos, Elcio Nogueira dos;
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-98932012000100003
Abstract: this is a descriptive analytical cross-sectional study conducted with 2282 male and female students who attended high school in three cities of the western interior of s?o paulo, brazil. data collection was done by a self-reported questionnaire with 131 questions. this paper discusses the sexual trajectories of these adolescents who enrolled in homoerotic sexual practices or not. these adolescents’ relationships with their families, peer groups and the subject of “coming out” are discussed as political tools. based on sedgwick’s concepts we analyze the moments when “coming out” can be one in many other ways of manifestation of different sexualities in relation to heteronormativity. relying on post-structuralism theories, we also discuss theoretical constructions and discourses about adolescence, pointing at new manifestations of juvenile in contemporaneity. finally, we realize the existence of many factors that affect the decisions of non-heterosexual youths in relation to “coming out of the closet” beyond homophobia: personal events, life stories and even the revelation of their sexuality to their parents and/or to others.
Physical-chemical evaluation of pequi pulp crude oil
Andressa Ferraz dos Santos,Marcos Vieira da Silva,Angela Kwiatkowski,Edmar Clemente
Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa em Alimentos , 2011,
Abstract: Pequi (Caryocar brasiliense Camb.) is a fruit from Brazilian “cerrado”, whose pulp has a substantial oil content, which represents great economic, nutritional and sensory importance. This oil is mainly constituted by saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, which gives it a good oxidating stability. The aim of this study was to evaluate the pequi pulp crude oil regarding its quality as comestible vegetable oil. The oil was purchased from the state of Minas Gerais, and subjected to physical and chemical analysis for proper characterization. The results for acid value (3.23 mg KOH/ g), peroxide (11.16 meq/1000 g) saponification (97.58 mg KOH/ g), iodine (60.39%), index of refraction (1.4613), moisture content (1.00%), and instrumental color (L = 64.00 a * = 23.57 b * = 68.04) showed that the pequi pulp crude oil was in good condition, according to current legislation requirements, and with characteristics similar to those previously reported. Thus, the pequi pulp crude oil was qualified as suitable for human consumption, considering the adopted forms of assessment.
Potencial probiótico de lactobacilos de origem suína = Potential probiotic lactobacilli of pig origin
Josiane Mangoni,Magali Soares dos Santos Pozza,Mayara Andressa Sabedot,Paulo Cezar Pozza
Acta Scientiarum : Animal Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: O uso de probiótico na alimenta o animal tem sido indicado, por reduzir a mortalidade resultante da coloniza o intestinal por micro-organismos patógenos, melhorar o desempenho e as características de produ o sem deixar resíduos na carne. O experimento teve como objetivo isolar, a partir de amostras de fezes de suínos na fase de aleitamento, cepas de lactobacilos visando sua identifica o como probióticos. Foram isoladas 92 col nias, posteriormente submetidas à prova de catalase e 60 tiveram resultados negativos. Estas col nias negativas foram submetidas à colora o de Gram foi avaliada suamorfologia. Destas, 16 apresentaram formas de bacilos. Esses isolados foram comparados pela sua habilidade de resistência em pH 3,0, crescimento na presen a de sais biliares, fenol, lisozima, e sua capacidade de hidrofobicidade e antag nica. Os isolados L03, L04, L08 e L15, identificados neste trabalho apresentam melhores características para uso como probiótico, em fun o de demonstrar melhor comportamento sobre as condi es ácidas, crescendo na presen a de sais biliares e fenol, apresentando alta percentagem de hidrofobicidade quanto à presen a de Escherichia coli. The use of probiotic in animal nutrition has been identified as reducing mortality resulting from intestinal colonization by pathogenic micro-organisms, improving productive performance andcharacteristics, leaving no residue in meat. The experiment aimed to isolate lactobacilli from fecal samples of suckling swine, in order to be identified as probiotics. Ninety-two colonies were isolated; these pre-selected colonies were subjected to catalase analysis, for which 60 were negative. The 60 colonies were subjected to Gram-negative stain and evaluated for their morphology. Of these, 16 had forms of bacilli. These isolates were compared for their ability to resist pH 3.0, grow in the presence of bile salts, phenol, lysozyme, as well as their hydrophobicity and antagonistic abilities. Isolates L03, L04, L08 and L15 identified in this study showed better probiotic use, better performance under acidic conditions, growing inthe presence of bile salts and phenol, with high percentage of hydrophobicity and in the presence of inhibiting Escherichia coli.
Development and validation of an HPLC method for the determination of epicatechin in Maytenus ilicifolia (Schrad.) Planch., Celastraceae Desenvolvimento e valida o de um método de CLAE para a determina o da epicatequina em Maytenus ilicifolia (Schrad.) Planch., Celastraceae
Gisely Cristiny Lopes,Andressa Blainski,Paulo Victor Pires dos Santos,Maria Cristina Diciaula
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2010,
Abstract: A simple, reproducible and efficient high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method was developed. Water (0.05% TFA):acetonitrile (0.05% TFA) was used as the mobile phase in a gradient system for the determination of epicatechin (EP) in leaves of Maytenus ilicifolia (Schrad.) Planch. The analysis was performed using an RP C-18 column (5 μm) as the stationary phase, with a flow rate of 0.8 mL/min, at a wavelength of 210 nm for detection and determination. The main validation parameters of the method were also determined. The calibration curve was found to be linear, with a range of 10-120 μg/mL (EP). The correlation coefficient of the linear regression analysis was within 0.9988, and the detection and quantification limits were 28.61 and 86.77 μg/mL, respectively. The content of EP was successfully determined, with satisfactory reproducibility and recovery. Recovery of the EP was 99.32%. The method was successfully applied to the determination of epicatechin in leaves of M. ilicifolia. The interlaboratorial evaluation showed the reproducibility of the method with a relative standard deviation of 14.62%. Um método simples, reprodutível e eficiente de cromatografia líquida de alta eficiência (CLAE) foi desenvolvido. água (0,05% TFA):acetonitrila (0,05% TFA) foi utilizado como fase móvel em um sistema de gradiente para a determina o da epicatequina (EP) em folhas de Maytenus ilicifolia (Schrad.) Planch., Celastraceae. A análise foi realizada utilizando coluna RP C-18 (5 μm) como fase estacionária, com vaz o de 0,8 mL/min, e comprimento de onda de 210 nm para a detec o e determina o. Os principais parametros de valida o do método foram determinados. A curva analítica apresentou-se linear no intervalo de 10-120 μg/mL (EP). O coeficiente de correla o da análise de regress o linear foi de 0,9988, o limite de detec o e o limite de quantifica o foram de 28,61 e 86,77 μg/mL, respectivamente. O conteúdo do EP foi determinado com sucesso, com boa reprodutibilidade e recupera o. Recupera o da EP foi 99,32%. O método foi aplicado com sucesso na determina o da epicatequina em folhas de M. ilicifolia. A avalia o interlaboratorial demonstrou a reprodutibilidade do método com desvio padr o relativo de 14,62%.
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