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Crescimento econ?mico municipal em Mato Grosso: uma análise de convergência de renda
Dassow, Charline;Costa, Raphaela Marya Ger?nima Santos da;Figueiredo, Adriano Marcos Rodrigues;
Revista Brasileira de Economia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71402011000400003
Abstract: this paper analyze the effects of sector shares of gross value added over the economic growth and spatial income convergence at mato grosso from 2001 to 2007. we adapted barro and sala-i-martin β-convergence models with spatial econometric techniques. spatial autocorrelation tests indicated spatial dependence in the growth rates and sector shares of per capita income in total value added. there were both absolute and conditional income convergences in the municipalities ofmato grosso. the agricultural sector was primarily responsible for the oscillation of economic status, both for the formation of value added as for income generation.
Dispara tre dans la fiction. La traversée du miroir du Docteur Pasavento
Charline Pluvinet
Temps Zéro : Revue d'étude des écritures Contemporaines , 2010,
Abstract: Dossier/Issue: 3-Enrique Vila-Matas : miroirs de la fiction — This article endeavours to explore the stakes and modalities of the fictional re-invention of the self that takes place in Docteur Pasavento.In the novel, this reinvention arranges itself in accordance to a complex scheme : by orchestrating his own disappearance in order to confer upon himself new fictitious identities, the eponymous character of the novel becomes a projection of the author himself. In the novel, the aspiration to disappear is thus unified with a desire to blur the boundaries between fiction and reality. I intend to shed light on this union by invoking the Carrollian metaphor of passing “through the looking-glass”. The intention of this article is to render evident the fictional dynamism that underpins the novelistic writings of Enrique Vila-Matas. — Cet article s’attache à explorer dans Docteur Pasavento les modalités et les enjeux d’une réinvention fictionnelle de soi qui se déploie selon un dispositif complexe : le personnage éponyme, qui orchestre sa propre disparition pour se donner de nouvelles identités fictives, est lui-même une projection de l’écrivain. Se réalise dans le roman une alliance entre l’aspiration à dispara tre et le désir de rendre indistinctes fiction et réalité, que nous proposons d’éclairer par la métaphore carrollienne de la traversée du miroir où ces mouvements se conjuguent. Il s’agira de rendre perceptible la dynamique fictionnelle qui anime l’écriture romanesque d’Enrique Vila-Matas.
The effect of recurrent mutations on genetic diversity in a large population of varying size
Charline Smadi
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Recurrent mutations are a common phenomenon in population genetics. They may be at the origin of the fixation of a new genotype, if they give a phenotypic advantage to the carriers of the new mutation. In this paper, we are interested in the genetic signature left by a selective sweep induced by recurrent mutations at a given locus from an allele A to an allele a, depending on the mutation frequency. We distinguish three possible scales for the mutation probability per reproductive event, which entail distinct genetic signatures. Besides, we study the hydrodynamic limit of the A- and a-population size dynamics when mutations are frequent, and find non trivial equilibria leading to several possible patterns of polymorphism.
An Eco-Evolutionary approach of Adaptation and Recombination in a large population of varying size
Charline Smadi
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We identify the genetic signature of a selective sweep in a population described by a birth-and-death process with density dependent competition. We study the limit behaviour for large K, where K scales the population size. We focus on two loci: one under selection and one neutral. We distinguish a soft sweep occurring after an environmental change, from a hard sweep occurring after a mutation, and express the neutral proportion variation as a function of the ecological parameters, recombination probability r\_K, and K. We show that for a hard sweep, two recombination regimes appear according to the order of r\_K log K.
The interplay of two mutations in a population of varying size: a stochastic eco-evolutionary model for clonal interference
Sylvain Billiard,Charline Smadi
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Clonal interference, competition between multiple co-occurring beneficial mutations, has a major role in adaptation of asexual populations. We provide a simple individual based stochastic model of clonal interference taking into account a wide variety of competitive interactions which can be found in nature. In particular, we relax the classical assumption of transitivity between the different mutations. It allows us to predict genetic patterns, such as coexistence of several mutants or emergence of Rock-Paper-Scissors cycles, which were not explained by existing models. In addition, we call into questions some classical preconceived ideas about fixation time and fixation probability of competing mutations.
Ernani Ott,Charline Barbosa Pires
Revista Universo Contábil , 2010,
Abstract: As altera es ocorridas nas últimas décadas no ambiente de negócios têm afetado a atua o das empresas e, por conseqüência, o exercício da profiss o contábil. Organismos internacionais como o IFAC, ISAR/UNCTAD, AICPA e AECC, preocupados com a capacidade das IES em formar profissionais contábeis capazes de atender às novas demandas dos empregadores, têm emitido relatórios que revelam as competências que os egressos dos cursos de Ciências Contábeis devem ter ao ingressar no mercado de trabalho visando, portanto, alinhar a estrutura curricular e as exigências do mercado. Nesse contexto, o objetivo desse artigo é apresentar um estudo comparativo das estruturas curriculares propostas pelo IFAC, ISAR/UNCTAD, AICPA e AECC e pela Resolu o CNE/CES no. 10/2004, especialmente no que tange às competências, habilidades e atitudes que devem ser desenvolvidas. Os resultados indicam que as diretrizes curriculares que orientam o desenho dos currícula de Ciências Contábeis no Brasil reconhecem a necessidade do desenvolvimento de competências relacionadas à forma o profissional, complementada por conhecimentos organizacionais, administrativos e de TI, além do desenvolvimento de habilidades como: comunica o, lideran a e interpessoais, alinhando-se, assim, com as propostas de organismos como IFAC, ISAR/UNCTAD, AICPA e AECC The changes that occurred in the business environment during the last few decades have affected the work of businesses and, consequently, the professional practice of accountancy. International organizations such as IFAC, ISAR/UNCTAD, AICPA and AECC, concerned about the capacity of IHE to train accountants who can respond to the new demands of employers, have issued reports that reveal the competencies required from graduates of accountancy courses, when they enter the job market, aiming, thus, to align the structure of the curriculum with the market demands. In this context, the present article aims to present a comparative study of the curricular structures proposed by IFAC, ISAR/UNCTAD, AICPA and AECC and by Resolution CNE/CES nr. 10/2004, especially regarding the competences, skills and attitudes that need to be developed. The results indicate that the curricular guidelines that guide the design of accountancy course curricula in Brazil acknowledge the need to develop competences related to professional training, complemented by knowledge of organization, administration and IT, besides the development of skills such as: communication, leadership and interpersonal relations, thus becoming aligned with the proposals made by organizations such as IFAC
Reduced two-type decomposable critical branching processes with possibly infinite variance
Charline Smadi,Vladimir A. Vatutin
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We consider a Galton-Watson process $\mathbf{Z}% (n)=(Z_{1}(n),Z_{2}(n))$ with two types of particles. Particles of type 2 may produce offspring of both types while particles of type 1 may produce particles of their own type only. Let $Z_{i}(m,n)$ be the number of particles of type $i$ at time $m
Cellular kinases incorporated into HIV-1 particles: passive or active passengers?
Charline Giroud, Nathalie Chazal, Laurence Briant
Retrovirology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1742-4690-8-71
Abstract: The genetic information of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) is carried by an RNA genome of approximately 9.3 Kb packaged into viral particles as a non-covalent dimer [1]. This genetic material contains nine open reading frames that encode fifteen proteins, including structural proteins (matrix, capsid, nucleocapsid and p6), envelope glycoproteins (gp120 and gp41) and enzymes (protease, reverse transcriptase and integrase). Six additional open reading frames direct the synthesis of accessory and regulatory proteins (Tat, Rev, Nef, Vpr, Vpu and Vif). These proteins have complex functions and generally interface with the host cell machinery. The mature structural proteins and enzymes, Vpr, Nef and Vif are contained in a spherical particle surrounded by a lipid bilayer acquired from the host cell plasma membrane containing the envelope glycoproteins. Early after HIV-1 discovery, the particle was also proven to package components from the host cell. The first studies performed using classical biochemistry together with more recent analysis relying on systematic mass spectrometry sequencing have inventoried the presence of a wide variety of cellular proteins in highly purified HIV-1 virions [2,3]. While a fraction have been reported to be required for viral infectivity, a proportion of these components appear to be non-essential for replication in a new target cell. The presence of cellular proteins with varying functional importance in viral particles may reflect differences in the mechanisms accounting for the viral incorporation of these host factors. Indeed, at later replication stages, HIV-1-encoded proteins are directed to the site of assembly and form a bud consisting of cellular membranes and cytoplasm. This particular step favors the passive incorporation into HIV-1 virions of host cell factors constitutively located at the plasma membrane or present in the cytosol beneath the budding bilayer. Alternatively, the budding particle incorporates cellular f
“Guarda-Livros” ou “Parceiros de Negócios”? Uma Análise do Perfil Profissional Requerido pelo Mercado de Trabalho para Contadores na Regi o Metropolitana de Porto Alegre (RMPA)
Charline Barbosa Pires,Ernani Ott,Claudio Damacena
Contabilidade Vista & Revista , 2009,
Abstract: Este estudo analisa o perfil do profissional contábil requerido pelo mercado de trabalho daRegi o Metropolitana de Porto Alegre (RMPA). Técnicas de Estatística Descritiva Bivariadae Multivariada s o utilizadas na análise de 939 ofertas de emprego coletadas no período dejaneiro a setembro de 2007 no jornal Zero Hora e no site de recoloca o profissionalManager. A análise dos dados revela a procura por profissionais com um amplo conjuntode competências, mas aponta que a demanda por candidatos que possuem experiênciaprofissional prévia e conhecimentos relacionados à “Contabilidade Societária, Legisla oSocietária e Tributária” é elevada, sendo este grupo de competências identificado como omais valorizado pelos empregadores. Conclui-se que na regi o estudada predomina a ideiade contador como um profissional técnico, fazendo com que seja procurado paradesempenhar fun es mais próximas daquelas que caracterizam o “guarda-livros” e n o o“parceiro de negócios”, descrito na literatura.
Efficacy of Spinosad Tablets Administered to a Colony of 15 Indoor Cats Naturally Infested with Fleas
Marie-Christine Cadiergues,Charline Pressanti
ISRN Veterinary Science , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/484308
Abstract: The aims of the study were (i) to describe adult fleas distribution in a strictly indoor cat colony composed of cats with flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) and non-FAD cats and (ii) to evaluate the efficacy of spinosad used alone. Skin lesions were scored according to the SCORing Feline Allergic Dermatitis lesion severity scale (SCORFAD) on days 0, 15, 30, 45, 60, and 90. Cats were combed prior to the treatment (days 0, 30, and 60) and on days 15, 45, and 90; collected fleas were replaced on the animals. All cats received flavored spinosad tablets (Comfortis) at a dosage of 50–75?mg/kg on days 0, 30, and 60. Cats were fed immediately afterwards. On day 0, a total of 60 fleas were collected (mean: ). Cats with FAD had a SCORFAD of 6, 8, 12, and 13 and harbored 0, 2, 1, and 0 fleas, respectively. Tablets were taken voluntarily by 8, 11, and 12 cats on days 0, 30, and 60, respectively. No adverse event was recorded. From day 15 to day 90, no fleas could be collected. SCORFAD was reduced by 40%, 71%, 80%, 89%, and 98% on days 15, 30, 45, 60, and 90, respectively. 1. Introduction Fleas remain the most common parasites in cats [1–4]. In addition to potentially carry zoonotic diseases [5], fleas cause skin irritations due to their bites, including in some animals an allergic dermatitis (the so-called flea allergic dermatitis or FAD) [6, 7]. FAD is the most common allergic skin disease of dogs and cats, although its frequency varies according to geographical location. The past twenty years have brought important advances in flea biology as well as better insecticides [8]. Nevertheless, flea control in general, and more specifically in cats with FAD, remains a real challenge for veterinarians and owners. The goal is to minimize flea bites, that is, to minimize the amount of saliva injected by fleas in order to be under the allergic threshold. Spinosad is an aerobic fermentation product of the soil bacterium, Saccharopolyspora spinosa. Spinosad kills insects through activation of the acetylcholine nervous system through nicotinic receptors. A chewable tablet is indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations caused by Ctenocephalides felis; it was first introduced for dogs to the USA market in 2007 after approval by the Food and Drug Administration. The European Commission granted a marketing authorisation valid throughout the European Union in 2011 after approval by the European Medicines Agency. Subsequently, it was approved for cats in USA, Canada, and Japan in 2012 and in the European Union in 2013. Its excellent efficacy against fleas and its
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