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Efeitos de geada no desenvolvimento do feijoeiro em sucess?o a espécies vegetais e aduba??o nitrogenada
Farinelli, Rogério;Fornasieri Filho, Domingos;Bordin, Luciano;Penariol, Fernando Guido;Volpe, Clóvis Alberto;
Bragantia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052010000100031
Abstract: the objective this work was verify the effect of frost in development of common bean in experimentation succession cover crops and nitrogen fertilization. the experimental design used was the randomized blocks in split-plot design, with four replications. the plots were represented by species sorghum bicolor guinea type, canavalia brasiliensis, sorghum bicolor, crotalaria juncea, pennisetum glaucum and witness maintained "clean"; the sub parcels by doses of nitrogen applied in topdressing (0, 25, 50, and 75 kg ha-1 of n), being used urea as source of n. less damages and severity of the frost were observed in bean plants grown after the species canavalia brasiliensis and crotalaria juncea, due to the least amount of residual dry mass in relation to the grasses crop. higher yields of common bean after the frost were obtained with crotalaria juncea and canavalia brasiliensis and with application of doses between 44.5 and 52.0 kg ha-1 of n in topdressing
Desempenho Agron?mico de cultivares de milho nos períodos de safra e safrinha
Farinelli, Rogério;Penariol, Fernando Guido;Bordin, Luciano;Coicev, Luciana;Fornasieri Filho, Domingos;
Bragantia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052003000200008
Abstract: the experiment had the objective of evaluating agronomic performance of commercial maize cultivars, recommended for the northern part of the s?o paulo state, in regular and late growing season. the experiments were carried out in the fcav/unesp, jaboticabal campus, s?o paulo state, brazil, the first experiment being conducted in off season in 2000 and the regular second in the regular season of 2000/2001. fifteen commercial cultivars were sown in both experiments using a randomized-blocks design with three replications. the plots had 4 lines measuring 5 meters each. the results showed that environmental conditions reduced yield in off-season, the cultivars dkb 440 and dkb 350 being the most productive. the greatest yields were obtained in regular season, with dina 657 and ag 9090 cultivars.
Sucess?o de cultivo de feij?o-arroz com doses de aduba??o nitrogenada após aduba??o verde, em semeadura direta
Bordin, Luciano;Farinelli, Rogério;Penariol, Fernando Guido;Fornasieri Filho, Domingos;
Bragantia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052003000300008
Abstract: a field trial was set up aiming to evaluate the effects of green cover and nitrogen fertilization on the sequential crops: common bean during the winter and upland rice during the summer. the experiment was arranged in split-plot experimental design with four replications. the main plots were green cover species (canavalia brasiliensis, crotalaria juncea cv. iac-kr1, pennisetum glaucum cv. bn-2, sorghum bicolor cv. ag-2501c and sorghum bicolor guinea), and a control plot kept weed free. these plants were sowed in march and mowed in may. the sub-plot were nitrogen rates as cover fertilization (0, 25, 50 and 75 kg.ha-1 of n). common bean production was evaluated in winter season, and the best productions were observed in the plots with leguminous plants as green cover under 50 and 75 kg.ha-1 of n. the rice grain production increased in the plot with crotalaria juncea and canavalia brasiliensis under 50 and 75 kg.ha-1 of n. among the grass plants, pennisetum glaucum was the green cover that promoted the best production for both sequential crops. the rice grain production decreased in the plot with sorghum bicolor cv. ag-2501c and sorghum bicolor guinea.
Optimization of biomass and astaxanthin production by the yeast Phaffia rhodozyma
Moriel, Danilo Gomes;Machado, Iara Maria Pereira;Fontana, José Domingos;Bonfim, Tania Maria Bordin;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Farmacêuticas , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-93322004000300019
Abstract: the combination of fed-batch processes and low cost substrates (sugar cane juice and urea) was studied in view of the optimization of biomass and astaxanthin production by the yeast phaffia rhodozyma atcc 24202. in the optimized process, a biomass and astaxanthin productivity of 0.327 g/l/h and 0.124 mg/l/h was achieved, respectively. compared to the batch process studied, an increase of approximately 4.55-fold in the biomass productivity and 4.73-fold in the astaxanthin productivity was found.
Sucess o de cultivo de feij o-arroz com doses de aduba o nitrogenada após aduba o verde, em semeadura direta
Bordin Luciano,Farinelli Rogério,Penariol Fernando Guido,Fornasieri Filho Domingos
Bragantia , 2003,
Abstract: O trabalho objetivou avaliar a viabilidade agron mica do cultivo de feij o bravo do Ceará (Canavalia brasiliensis), Crotalaria juncea cv IAC-KR1, milheto cv. BN-2 (Pennisetum glaucum), sorgo cv. AG-2501C e sorgo guiné (Sorghum bicolor tipo guinea), semeados no período de safrinha, em compara o com a área mantida no limpo. Após a desseca o, efetuada aos 70 dias de semeadura e posterior manejo dos adubos verdes, foram cultivados em semeadura direta, o feijoeiro de inverno e em sucess o, o arroz de terras altas, ambos associados às aduba es nitrogenadas de 0, 25, 50 e 75 kg.ha-1 de N. Concluiu-se que as gramíneas possibilitaram maior produ o de matéria seca e cobertura de solo. Com rela o à cultura do feij o, a maior produtividade de gr os e componentes da produ o foram obtidos nos tratamentos com leguminosas e doses de 50 e 75 kg.ha-1 de N. A C. juncea e a C. brasiliensis influenciaram positivamente na produtividade de arroz, juntamente com doses de 50 e 75 kg.ha-1 de N. Dentre as gramíneas, a sucess o com o milheto foi a que proporcionou maiores produtividades para o feij o e o arroz. A utiliza o dos sorgos AG-2501C e guiné ocasionaram diminui o dos componentes da produ o e da produtividade de arroz.
Effect of feeding methods on the astaxanthin production by Phaffia rhodozyma in fed-batch process
Moriel, Danilo Gomes;Chociai, Miriam Blumel;Machado, Iara Maria Pereira;Fontana, José Domingos;Bonfim, Tania Maria Bordin;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132005000300010
Abstract: the effect of feeding methods on the production of astaxanthin by the yeast phaffia rhodozyma atcc 24202 was studied, using continuous and pulsed fed-batch processes and low cost materials as substrates (sugar cane juice and urea). in continuous fed-batch processes, a cellular astaxanthin concentration of 383.73 μg/g biomass was obtained. but in pulsed fed-batch processes a reduction in the cellular astaxanthin concentration (303.34 μg/g biomass) was observed. thus the continuous fed-batch processes could be an alternative to industrial production of astaxanthin, allowing an increase in the biomass productivity without losses on astaxanthin production by the yeast.
Cultivo da levedura Phaffia rhodozyma (Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous) em processo descontínuo alimentado para produ??o de astaxantina
Chociai, Miriam Blümel;Machado, Iara Maria Pereira;Fontana, José Domingos;Chociai, Jorge Guido;Busato, Simone Bowles;Bonfim, Tania Maria Bordin;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Farmacêuticas , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-93322002000400008
Abstract: the yeast phaffia rhodozyma produces astaxanthin, a carotenoid pigment widely applied in fish and crustaceous cultivation. this yeast can be efficiently cultured in a low cost medium, sugar cane broth diluted 1:10 and supplemented with 1 g/l urea. however, the biomass and astaxanthin production undergo inhibition by the substrate (crabtree effect), limiting the utilization of sugar cane broth up to 20 g/l total sugar concentration. therefore, this effect must be considered during the industrial production of astaxanthin. in the present work, using fed batch system to cultivate p. rhodozyma we were able to obtain 0.024 mg astaxanthin/l.h compared to 0.013 mg astaxanthin/l.h obtained by the discontinuous cultivation system.
Photochemical and photobiological properties of furocoumarins and homologues drugs
F. Bordin
International Journal of Photoenergy , 1999, DOI: 10.1155/s1110662x9900001x
Abstract: Furocoumarins are natural photosensitizing drugs used in PUVA photochemotherapy and in photopheresis. Their therapeutic effectiveness is connected to the lesions they induce to various cell components, membranes, ribosomes, mitochondria, and in particular to DNA, damaged by formation of monofunctional adducts and of inter-strand cross-links (ISC). ISC represent a severe damage, mainly correlated to the main side effects observed in photochemotherapy, skin phototoxicity and genotoxicity. Searching for new monofunctional derivatives, two tetramethylfuroquinolinones, 1,4,6,8-tetramethyl-2H-furo[2,3-h]quinolin-2- one (FQ) and 4,6,8,9-tetramethyl-2H-furo[2,3-h]-quinolin-2-one (HFQ) were studied. Both compounds are very active; however while FQ produced many chromosomal aberrations and strong skin erythemas, HFQ practically did not induce such side effects. FQ and HFQ formed high levels of monoadducts but no ISC in DNA, but both provoked many DNA-protein cross-links (DPC). FQ induced these lesions by a biphotonic reaction: at first a furan-side monoadduct is formed, which is then converted into a DPC; thus the FQ molecule seemed to form the bridge between DNA and proteins. HFQ formed DPC by a single step (DPC at zero length, like UVC). For these features, HFQ appears to be the first molecule belonging to a new class of active but not phototoxic drugs for photomedicine.
The Literary Utopias of Cultural Communities, 1790-1910. Eds. Marguérite Corporaal and Evert Jan van Leeuwen.
Elisa Bordin
European Journal of American Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4000/ejas.8861
Abstract: “Utopia,” from the combination of the Greek diminutive plural of topos, that is “place,” and the pun between the two prefixes ou, “non-,” and eu, “good,” is a term that is not-so-often used in the twenty-first century. It rather reminds us of bygone centuries, when scientists, philosophers, publishers or writers had time to dream and discuss of possible societies, and were not forced to face the disillusionments of a post-modern and a post-industrial society in which scholars are more and mo...
Anemia hemolítica auto-imune e outras manifesta??es imunes da leucemia linfocítica cr?nica
Bordin, José O.;
Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-84842005000400008
Abstract: chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll) is frequently associated with autoimmune diseases directed against hematopoietic cells, including autoimmune hemolytic anemia (aiha), immune thrombocytopenic purpura (itp), pure red cell aplasia (prca), and immune neutropenia. cll represents the diagnosis in up to 15% of the patients with aiha, and in 50% of the patients with aiha secondary to malignancy. itp occurs in 2% and prca in about 1% of all cll patients. prednisone is the first-line treatment for immune cytopenia related to cll. about 60% of patients relapse when treatment is stopped therefore splenectomy, intravenous immunoglobulin, or cyclosporine are reasonable second-line treatments. although the data on pathophysiology are very limited, it appears that the autoimmune mechanisms are related to the activity of the leukemic b lymphocytes that act as aberrant antigen-presenting cells, and are effective in processing and presenting proteins derived from red cells or platelets to auto-reactive th cells. th cells specific for certain auto-antigens escape from control mechanisms and when activated may initiate auto-immune disease. patients with aiha secondary to cll should not receive fludarabine because there is an increased frequency of severe and fatal aiha in patients treated with purine nucleoside analogues. patients who are more immunosuppressed due to several previous treatments are at higher risk for developing this auto-immune complication.
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