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Situación del Carbunclo Rural en la Argentina 2010
Dr. Ramón Noseda
REDVET , 2011,
Abstract: ResumenEn el a o 2003 se produjo el primer informe sobre el Carbunclo Rural en la Argentina, de la misma manera esta versión 2010 intenta reflejar la realidad de esta zoonosis.SummaryThe first report of Rural Carbuncle in Argentina was made in 2003.Likewise, this 2010 version is aimed at reflecting the reality of thiszoonosis.
Filosofía y drama nacional en la cultura argentina
Rinesi, Eduardo;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64452000000100013
Abstract: a critical commentary of the most recent book by the well-known argentine essayist horacio gonzales, restos pampeanos, which deals with argentine thought and culture in the 20th century.
Applicable Quality Models in Higher Education in Argentina  [PDF]
Lidia Giuffré, Silvia E. Ratto
Creative Education (CE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2013.410A005
Abstract: The aim of this paper is the study of quality management systems applied to higher education. The specific objectives are to present different models of approach to the concept of quality education applicable in Argentina: to study the legal framework governing university education, and to introduce considerations about its evaluation. The National Education Law 26026/2006 is clear about State responsibility to ensure quality education for all residents, and implementation of assessment policy to secure it. Accreditation is the process commonly used to give public account of the degree of compliance of higher education institutions. Periodic accreditation of undergraduate careers, whose titles correspond to professions regulated by the State, is performed. External evaluations present evaluation reports that are public.
Empathy Levels of Dentistry Students in Peru and Argentina  [PDF]
Víctor Patricio Díaz-Narváez, Fredy Gutierrez-Ventura, Teresa Varela de Villalba, Mercedes Salcedo-Rioja, Aracelis Calzadilla-Nú?ez, Muna Hamdan-Rodríguez, Marcos Cervantes
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.710141
Abstract: Objectives: To compare the empathy of students in two faculties of Dentistry in Peru and Argentina, three factors were considered: universities, academic year and gender. Material and Methods: Empathy matrices in Dentistry students were measured using the Jefferson Scale of Empathy, culturally validated in Peru and Argentina. Empathy data were compared among and within the faculties tested using a three-factor analysis of variance (model III), a Duncan test, and a discriminant analysis. The level of significance used was less than 0.05. Results: We found that differences existed between the students tested. The comparison between the levels of empathy in the studied factors and the presence of unexplained variance showed that empathy was able to differentiate populations. Conclusions: The results indicate variability in the empathy values associated with the factors studied. The discriminant test confirms the differences between faculties revealed by the data matrix resulting from the JSE. These differences are possibly due to the effect of educational and social factors.
The Higher Education System in Argentina. Networks, Genealogies and Conflicts  [PDF]
Santos Sharpe Andrés
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.618200
Abstract: The present manuscript aims to identify the genealogies, understood in a Foucaultian perspective, which leads to the actual Higher Education System in Argentina, by distinguishing how series of events are organized, distributed, organized in terms of institutional relations, signifying chains in the social amalgam and educational networks. This analysis will allow understanding the hierarchical relationships between higher education institutions and how the differences on cultural and curricular traditions and history also motivate (though not impose) the differences on the students and on policies. Finally, it is as well an accurate description of the Higher Education System in Argentina with a strong emphasis on universities.
Evolutionary Genetics of Invasive Mammal Species Introduced in Argentina  [PDF]
Marta S. Lizarralde, Mariana Fasanella, Sebastián Poljak, Magali Gabrielli, Julieta Sanchez
Natural Science (NS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2018.107024
Abstract: Evolutionary genetics of invasive species has been unexplored in Argentina. Invasive alien species (IAS) have a wide geographical distribution, characteristic life cycles and great ability to adapt, establish and spread in a new environment. Recent advances in novel molecular technologies, the use of higher resolution genetic markers, and the research development on genetic variation of invasive species consolidated the importance of genetic aspects in the invasion process. Undoubtedly, the growing concern for the disturbances generated by invasive species on biodiversity and functioning of ecosystems was also determinant for the inclusion of the Invasion Biology within the broad field of Evolutionary Biology including relevant examples that address the evolutionary genetic aspects of biological invasions. Recent studies suggest that the invasion success of many species depends on their ability to respond to natural selection. Although the number of invasive species registered in Argentina far exceeds 600, little research has been done on invasive mammal species and only five of them were hitherto genetically analyzed. Presuming that invasion genetics is incorporated into the agenda of control and management organizations, it would allow integrating the ecological, genetic, and evolutionary biology aspects for knowledge of invasive species widely distributed in Argentina. The objective of this article is to highlight the importance of evaluating the genetic structure of invasive species for their management and to inform about the invasive species of mammals that were introduced in Argentina and have been or are being analyzed genetically.
Nuevos hospedadores y registros geograficos de Pterygodermatites (Paucipectines) kozeki (Nematoda, Rictulariidae) en Argentina
Ramallo,Geraldine; Claps,Lucía E.;
Mastozoolog?-a neotropical , 2007,
Abstract: pterigodermatites (paucipectines) (nematoda: rictulariidae) includes five parasites species from edentates, marsupials, and cricetid rodents. in this paper pterigodermatites (paucipectines) kozeki (chabaud and bain, 1981) navone, 1989, is recorded from thylamys pallidior and thylamys venustus collected in salta and jujuy, also representing the first citation for those provinces of argentina.
Reflexiones para una historia del documental en Argentina
Carmen Guarini
Doc On-Line : Revista Digital de Cinema Documentário , 2006,
Abstract: Documentary cinema has had, in Argentina, an uncertain destination, in some periods it was protagonist, and in others almost disappeared.In this last decade it reached levels of interesting production and quality. It is already a common place to associate this growth to the social situation of crisis since 2001 that over ew in “ lmed events”. However, in Argentina documentary possesses a long history that includes fundamental names for its construction.
La modernización imaginada del fútbol argentino: entre el club y la empresa
Julián Gil, Gastón
Civitas , 2003,
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Mortality by Parasitization in the Association between Diachasmimorpha tryoni (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) under Field-Cage Conditions  [PDF]
Patricia Albornoz Medina, Laura Patricia Bezdjian, Laura Patricia Bezdjian, Pablo Schliserman, Claudia Fidelis-Marinho, Sergio Marcelo Ovruski
Natural Science (NS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2014.617116
Abstract: Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) is one of the major pests currently affecting world fruit production. In Argentina’s northern Citrus-producing regions, C. capitata is actively multiplying in large exotic host fruits, such as Citrus paradisi Macfadyen (grapefruit), Citrus aurantium L. (sour orange) and Citrus sinensis L. (Osbeck) (sweet orange). Faced with this situation, the use of parasitoids as biocontrol agents is currently receiving renewed attention as a new biological tool for controlling pestiferous fruit flies within the Argentinean National Fruit Fly Control and Eradication Program (ProCEM). Consequently, a viable approach to controlling C. capitata involves the use of exotic parasitoids such as Diachasmimorpha tryoni (Cameron). In this study, the effectiveness of D. tryoni females to find and successfully parasitize C. capitata larvae infesting all Citrus species mentioned earlier was assessed. Parasitoids were allowed to forage for 8 h on grapefruits and oranges artificially infested with laboratory-reared C. capitata larvae under natural environmental conditions (field cage). Parasitoid emergence, parasitism, overall effectiveness, and sex ratio of parasitoid offspring were estimated as response variables. The higher effectiveness of D. tryoni females recorded from C. sinensis would be mainly a result of both increased host density per unit of fruit surface area and fruit physical features. The study provides evidence that D. tryoni contributed to C. capitata mortality in all Citrus species assessed. However, the mortality values recorded from C. sinensis, C. aurantium, and C. paradisi did not exceed 10%, 1.5%, and 1.7%, respectively. Nonetheless, D. tryoni might be selected to forage under both high and low host density conditions.
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