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Relationship between seed yield and its component characters in Cenchrus spp.
S. Griffa*, M. Quiroga, A. Ribotta, E. López Colomba, E. Carloni, E. Tommasino, C. Luna and K. Grunber
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2012,
Abstract: Cenchrus setigerus, C. sp., eleven obligate apomictic cultivars and a sexual line of Cenchrus ciliaris L. were studied to determinethe relationship between seed production and its component characters, through principal component analysis, path correlationanalysis and analysis of variance. A completely randomized field design was used. Ten vegetative and reproductivemorphological characters were measured. Seed production was influenced directly by panicle weight and indirectly by paniclelength, 1000 seed weight, length and width of flag leaf lamina and length of flag leaf sheath. Panicle weight showed highheritability and variability among genotypes. Hence, panicle weight can be considered a selection criterion to obtain increasedseed production in Cenchrus. The cultivar Lucero INTA PEMAN exhibited the highest panicle weight and, therefore, greatestseed production, which makes it suitable for selection as parental cultivar to obtain new germplasm in Cenchrus with high seedyield.
Pro Centros de Trauma
Alted López,E.;
Medicina Intensiva , 2010,
Abstract: trauma is a pandemic disease in the current society. in an attempt to minimize its impact, trauma care systems have been developed, the basic component being the trauma centers (tc). management of the patient with severe trauma in the tc is supported by moderate scientific evidence, with many studies, but of weak quality. it is described how the volume, experience, availability of resources and other aspects are able to decrease mortality and achieve functional improvement in the tc in severe trauma patients.
El secreto médico y el consentimiento informado en los informes periciales
Lachica López,E.;
Cuadernos de Medicina Forense , 2002, DOI: 10.4321/S1135-76062002000100003
Abstract: regulation and application of both medical secret and patient's consent in the expert medical practice has important difficulties. this paper analyses the legal regulations for the medical profession, and shows the nonexistence of specific norms in the expert's field activities in what concerns these patient's two fundamental rights.
Dimorfismo y patogenia de Histoplasma capsulatum
López,C. E.;
Revista argentina de microbiolog?-a , 2006,
Abstract: histoplasma capsulatum is a dimorphic fungal pathogen with worldwide significance, which causes a broad spectrum of disease. in the saprophytic stage, it lives as a mycelial form consisting of hyphae bearing both macro and microconidia. infection with h. capsulatum occurs by inhalation of microconidia (1-4 x 2-6 μm) or small mycelia fragments (5-8 μm) in the terminal bronchioles and alveoli of the lung. inhaled conidia then convert into the yeast form that is responsible for the pathogenesis of histoplasmosis. as a soil fungus with no known requirements for interacting with a mammalian host as a necessary stage of its life cycle, the number of its strategies for successful pathogenesis is particularly remarkable. they include dimorphic mould-yeast transition, entry into host macrophages, subcellular localization, intracellular survival and proliferation during clinically unapparent infection with capacity for reactivation. h. capsulatum became the subject of increasing studies concurrently with the rising prevalence of human immunodeficiency. this paper presents an overall view of advances in the investigation of h. capsulatum dimorphic transition and pathogenesis.
Historia y Utopía: relaciones vinculantes desde la perspectiva de Agnes Heller
LóPEZ,Carolina E;
Utopìa y Praxis Latinoamericana , 2007,
Abstract: el presente trabajo se propone como objetivo analizar el rol que agnes heller otorga a la utopía en el marco de la teoría de la historia. para ello, examinaremos la relación que establece entre futuro-utopía, cambio-utopía y progreso-utopía. luego del análisis y explicación de estos pares conceptuales, intentaremos determinar las características y funciones de la utopía en relación con la historia, concibiendo a la misma como una categoría de análisis que permite identificar y definir las expectativas de cambio y renovación de una época o de un grupo social.
Historia y Utopía: relaciones vinculantes desde la perspectiva de Agnes Heller
Carolina E. López
Utopia y Praxis Latinoamericana , 2007,
Abstract: El presente trabajo se propone como objetivo analizar el rol que Agnes Heller otorga a la utopía en el marco de la Teoría de la Historia. Para ello, examinaremos la relación que establece entre futuro-utopía, cambio-utopía y progreso-utopía. Luego del análisis y explicación de estos pares conceptuales, intentaremos determinar las características y funciones de la utopía en relación con la Historia, concibiendo a la misma como una categoría de análisis que permite identificar y definir las expectativas de cambio y renovación de una época o de un grupo social.
Pro Centros de Trauma Pro Trauma Centers
E. Alted López
Medicina Intensiva , 2010,
Abstract: La enfermedad traumática representa una pandemia en la sociedad actual. En un intento por minimizar su impacto se desarrollan los sistemas de atención al trauma y, como un componente básico, los centros de trauma (CT). El tratamiento del paciente con trauma grave en los CT se apoya en una evidencia científica moderada con gran cantidad de estudios, pero de débil calidad. Se describe cómo el volumen, la experiencia, la disposición de recursos y otros aspectos consiguen disminuir la mortalidad y conseguir mejoría funcional en los CT en pacientes traumáticos graves. Trauma is a pandemic disease in the current society. In an attempt to minimize its impact, trauma care systems have been developed, the basic component being the Trauma Centers (TC). Management of the patient with severe trauma in the TC is supported by moderate scientific evidence, with many studies, but of weak quality. It is described how the volume, experience, availability of resources and other aspects are able to decrease mortality and achieve functional improvement in the TC in severe trauma patients.
Una historia de la justicia: De la pluralidad de fueros al dualismo moderno entre conciencia y derecho
Facundo E López
Revista de Historia del Derecho , 2011,
Abstract:
Dimorfismo y patogenia de Histoplasma capsulatum Dimorphism and pathogenesis of Histoplasma capsulatum
C. E. López
Revista argentina de microbiolog?-a , 2006,
Abstract: Histoplasma capsulatum es un hongo patógeno dimorfo de importancia en todo el mundo, que causa un amplio espectro de enfermedades. Vive en estado saprobio en fase micelial, presentando hifas con dos tipos de conidios solitarios, macro y microconidias. La infección con H. capsulatum se inicia por vía respiratoria con la inhalación de propágulos fúngicos, constituidos principalmente por microconidios de 1-4 x 2-6 μm o de fragmentos hifales de 5 a 8 μm, que llegan a los bronquiolos terminales y alvéolos pulmonares. Los propágulos inhalados se convierten entonces a la fase levaduriforme, responsable de la patogénesis del H. capsulatum. Por ser un hongo del suelo sin requerimientos conocidos para interactuar con un hospedador mamífero como parte del ciclo de vida obligado, sus estrategias de patogénesis son particularmente notables. Entre éstas se incluyen la transición dimorfa micelio-levadura, entrada en las células fagocíticas del hospedador, localización subcelular, supervivencia y proliferación intracelular durante la infección activa y persistencia durante la infección clínicamente inaparente, con capacidad de reactivación. La patogénesis de H. capsulatum fue estudiada ampliamente a partir del aumento de pacientes inmunosuprimidos. Esta publicación presenta un resumen de los avances realizados en las investigaciones del dimorfismo y la patogénesis de H. capsulatum. Histoplasma capsulatum is a dimorphic fungal pathogen with worldwide significance, which causes a broad spectrum of disease. In the saprophytic stage, it lives as a mycelial form consisting of hyphae bearing both macro and microconidia. Infection with H. capsulatum occurs by inhalation of microconidia (1-4 x 2-6 μm) or small mycelia fragments (5-8 μm) in the terminal bronchioles and alveoli of the lung. Inhaled conidia then convert into the yeast form that is responsible for the pathogenesis of histoplasmosis. As a soil fungus with no known requirements for interacting with a mammalian host as a necessary stage of its life cycle, the number of its strategies for successful pathogenesis is particularly remarkable. They include dimorphic mould-yeast transition, entry into host macrophages, subcellular localization, intracellular survival and proliferation during clinically unapparent infection with capacity for reactivation. H. capsulatum became the subject of increasing studies concurrently with the rising prevalence of human immunodeficiency. This paper presents an overall view of advances in the investigation of H. capsulatum dimorphic transition and pathogenesis.
El secreto médico y el consentimiento informado en los informes periciales Medical secret and informed consent in medical expertise
E. Lachica López
Cuadernos de Medicina Forense , 2002,
Abstract: La regulación y aplicación tanto del secreto médico como del consentimiento del paciente en el ámbito de la actuación médica pericial encierra conflictos y dificultades importantes. En el presente trabajo se analiza la normativa existente para la profesión médica, poniéndose de manifiesto la inexistencia de regulación legal específica de la actividad pericial en lo que respecta a estos dos derechos fundamentales del paciente. Regulation and application of both medical secret and patient's consent in the expert medical practice has important difficulties. This paper analyses the legal regulations for the medical profession, and shows the nonexistence of specific norms in the expert's field activities in what concerns these patient's two fundamental rights.
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