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Características e rendimento de vagem do feij?o-vagem em fun??o de fontes e doses de matéria organica
Santos, Gilmara M.;Oliveira, Ademar P.;Silva, José Algaci L.;Alves, Edna U.;Costa, Caciana C.;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362001000100006
Abstract: with the objective of evaluating levels and sources of organic matter in the culture of the snap-bean, macarr?o trepador cultivar, an experiment in field conditions was setted in the period from july to november 1998, in the federal university of paraíba, brazil. the experimental design was of randomized blocks, in factorial scheme 4 x 5, with four sources of organic matter (chicken manure, bovine manure, goat manure and earthworm compost) and five levels (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 t/ha of chicken manure and, 0, 10, 20, 30 and 40 t/ha of bovine manure, goat manure and earthworm compost), in four replications. plots were of 20 plants, space 1.00 x 0.50 m. the results indicated that the length of beans increased linearly with the levels of chicken, bovine and goat manure. the average weight of pods was just influenced by chicken manure. the earthworm compost didn't exercise effect on the characteristics and the productivity of pods. the use of 13.0 t/ha of chicken manure provided maximum yield of pods (26.3 t/ha), the bovine manure in the level of 24.0 t/ha produced 30.3 t/ha and the goat manure in the level of 16.6 t/ha produced 23.0 t/ha. the economical analysis indicated the use of 11 t/ha of chicken manure and 23 t/ha of bovine manure the most viable sources of organic fertilization in snap-bean, by resulting in a productivity of 11.3 and 21.2 t/ha of pods and a foreseen yield of 8 and 21 t/ha of pods, respectively. for the goat manure, the use of 20 t/ha revealed to be a little superior compared to its absence, while 10 t/ha of earthworm compost showed a balance of r$ 2.336.00/ha, but inferior to its absence. in the conditions of the present research, the use of goat manure and earthworm compost as organic matter sources is not advantageous for programs of snap bean pods production.
Rendimento de maxixe adubado com doses de nitrogênio
Oliveira, Ademar P de;Oliveira, Arnaldo Nonato P de;Alves, Anarlete U;Alves, Edna U;Silva, Damiana F da;Santos, Rodolfo R;Leonardo, Francisco de Assis P;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362008000400022
Abstract: the effect of increasing nitrogen doses was evaluated on the gherkin yield, cv. nordestino. this study was carried out on the period from may to september 2006, at the universidade federal da paraíba, in areia, paraiba state, brazil, in an experimental design of randomized blocks with six treatments (0; 50; 100; 150, 200 and 250 kg ha-1 n) and four replications. twenty plants per plot were used, on a spacing of 2 x 1 m. fruit average mass, number and fruits production per plant, and yield of fruits were evaluated. fruits average mass reached the maximum value of 21 g using the dose of 155 kg ha-1 of n. the maximum number (21 fruits) and the maximum fruits production per plant of gherkins (469 g) were reached with 153 and 187 kg ha-1 of n, respectively. the dose of 188 kg ha-1 of n was responsible for the maximum yield of 12.7 t ha-1 of fruits. for the highest maximum economic efficiency the dose of 183 kg ha-1 of n was responsible for the yield of 12.7 t ha-1 of commercial fruits, meaning a development of 9.4 t ha-1 in the fruits productivity, relative to n absence.
Produ??o de feij?o-fava em fun??o do uso de doses de fósforo
Oliveira, Ademar P. de;Alves, Edna U.;Alves, Adriana U.;Dornelas, Carina S.M.;Silva, Jandiê A. da;P?rto, M?nica L.;ALves, Amarlete V.;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362004000300008
Abstract: phosphorus is an important mineral nutrient for vegetables. this work was conducted at universidade federal da paraíba, in areia, brazil, from december/2001 to july/2002, aiming to evaluate the effect of levels of p2o5 on the yield of lima bean, cv. "orelha de vó". the experimental design was a randomized block with five treatments (0; 100; 200; 300; 400 and 500 kg ha-1 of p2 o5), and four replications. each plot consisted of 40 plants spaced 1.0 m between rows and 0.50 m between plants in each row. the estimated maximum yield of green and dry beans (5.2 and 2.7 t ha-1, respectively) corresponded, to the dosages of 309 and 302 kg ha-1 of p2o5. the levels 291 kg ha-1 and 281 kg ha-1 of p2o5 provided, respectively, the greater economic return for the yield of green (4.1 t ha-1) and dry (1.8 t ha-1) beans. the most economic levels included more than 80% of those dosages responsible for the maximum yields and indicated the economic viability of phosphorus utilization on lima bean crop. the p2o5 levels which promoted the maximum yield and the maximum economic return for green and dry beans yield were respectively, with 57.1; 56.3; 55.0 and 53.8 mg dm-3 of available p for the extractor of melich 1. the lima bean response to the phosphorus fertilization in soils with similar fertility used in the present study, for green and dry beans yield, will be reduced at levels of available p superior to 55.0 and 53.8 mg dm-3. the average concentration of p in the leaves of lima bean, 120 days after sowing, in function of levels of p2o5 was of 3.4 g kg-1. for the soil of this study the application of 291 and 281 kg ha-1 of p2o5 is more recommended to establish the lima bean respectively, for green and dry beans yield.
Produtividade da pimenta-do-reino em fun??o de doses de esterco bovino
Oliveira, Ademar P;Alves, Edna U;Silva, Jandiê A;Alves, Anarlete U;Oliveira, Arnaldo Nonato P;Leonardo, Francisco AP;Moura, Mácio F;Cruz, Iordam S;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362007000300017
Abstract: although paraíba state, has shown aptitude for black pepper cultivation, being possible to recommend it as an alternative for agricultural diversification in that area, no recommendation for black pepper crop fertilization exists. this research was conducted at the universidade federal da paraíba, in areia, paraíba state, brazil, to evaluate black pepper genotypes submitted to increasing levels of cattle manure. the experimental design was of randomized blocks, with treatments in the factorial 5 x 3 scheme. the first factor was represented by cattle manure levels (0; 4; 8; 12; and 16 kg plant-1) and the second factor, by the black pepper genotypes (ia?ará, cingapura and bragantina), with four replications. black pepper production increased with the use of cattle manure in environmental conditions. the highest pepper yield per plant of bragantina (1012 g), ia?ará (1269 g), and cingapura (627 g) were obtained with 7.3; 8.6; and 7.0 kg of cattle manure/plant, respectively. the estimated yields of dry pepper were of 6.5; 8.9; and 7.8 kg plant-1, responding to maximum yields of 358, 793 and 204 g plant-1 for bragantina, ia?ará and cingapure genotypes, respectively.
Produ??o de sementes de feij?o-vagem em fun??o de fontes e doses de matéria organica
Alves, Edna U.;Oliveira, Ademar P.;Bruno, Riselane Lucena A.;Araújo, Egberto;Silva, José Algaci L. da;Gon?alves, Edilma P.;Costa, Caciana C.;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362000000300015
Abstract: with the objective of evaluating sources and levels of organic matter on the production of snap-bean seeds, cv. macarr?o trepador, there was set up an experiment in the federal university of paraíba, brasil, from april to september/1998. the experimental design was of randomized blocks, in the factorial scheme 4 x 5, testing four sources of organic matter (cattle, goat and chicken manure and earthworm humus) in five levels (0, 10, 20, 30 and 40 t/ha of cattle and goat manure and 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 t/ha of earthworm humus), in four replications. the maximum production of seeds was obtained with the levels of 27,66 t/ha of cattle manure (3,555.10 kg), 20.85 t/ha of goat manure (3,259.56 kg) and 9.87 t/ha of chicken manure (2,919.00 kg/ha) and earthworm compost (3,270 kg/ha). the most economic level of cattle manure was of 25.57 t/ha, with a revenue of 1,442.55 kg of seeds/ha (r$ 4,616.16), 19.11 t/ha of goat manure with a revenue of 1,164 kg of seeds/ha (r$ 3,724.80) and 5.17 t/ha of chicken manure with a revenue of 177.86 kg of seeds/ha (r$ 569.15). under the point of view of seeds production, the application of earthworm compost propitiated productions above the national average, but its use in the production of snap-bean seeds is not economically viable. the economical analysis indicated the cattle manure as the most viable fertilization source to produce snap-bean seeds.
Wood Ash Fertilization on Structural Characteristics and Chlorophyll Index of Tropical Forage Grasses  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Claudia Cardoso dos Santos, Tonny José Araújo da Silva
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.69133
Abstract: The appropriate nutrient supply via fertilization is essential for an adequate plant growth and development. The objective of this study was to evaluate the structural characteristics and chlorophyll index of Marandu and Xaraes grasses fertilized with wood ash. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse; the experimental design was entirely randomized, with 12 treatments and six replications arranged in a 2 × 6 factorial scheme: two forage grasses (Marandu and Xaraes) and six wood ash doses (0; 3; 6; 9; 12; and 15 g·dm-3). Each plot was composed of pots with 7 dm3 soil and five plants. Soil moisture was maintained by the gravimetric method at 60% of the maximum soil water retention capacity. Three harvests of the plant aerial part were performed at 30-day intervals. The evaluated characteristics were plant height, leaf number, tiller number, and chlorophyll index. Results were submitted to the variance analysis by F test and, after verification of the significant effects on Marandu and Xaraes characteristics, were also submitted to Tukey test; the wood ash doses were evaluated according to the regression analysis at 5% probability. Wood ash doses ranging from 10.15 to 15 g·dm-3 resulted in quadratic responses of plant height, leaf number, and tiller number for both Marandu and Xaraes grasses. The highest values of chlorophyll index derived from wood ash doses of 9.44 and 10.92 g·dm-3, with increments greater than 50%, 25%, and 9% at the first, second, and third harvests, respectively. The wood ash, when used as a fertilizer, improves structural characteristics and increases chlorophyll indices of Marandu and Xaraes grasses cultivated in Cerrado Rhodic Hapludox.
Competência interpessoal, problemas escolares e a transi??o da meninice à adolescência
Campos, Marli Aparecida Silva;Marturano, Edna Maria;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2003000200007
Abstract: this paper focuses on adolescents who had a previous experience of school failure. its main purpose was to verify whether children with academic complains but judged by their mother as interpersonally competent would show better achievement and adjustment later, when compared with others of the same clinical population. forty eight adolescents aged 10 and 15 years participated. on the basis of interpersonal skills indices obtained from the clinic archive records, three groups were formed: competent; vulnerable; reference. at a follow-up one to two years after clinical discharge, children were assessed with the academic achievement test, the piers-harris children's self-concept scale, the self-efficacy schedule, a follow-up interview and the cbcl. in group comparisons, the adolescents that were classified as interpersonally competent in childhood had better academic, self-perception and behavior results. these results suggest that, in face of school adversities, children with better interpersonal resources have more favorable developmental trajectories.
Produ o de subjetividade e constru o do sujeito
Jerto Cardoso da Silva,Edna Linhares Garcia
Barbarói , 2011,
Abstract: Este trabalho busca compreender as rela es conceituais entre a concep o de produ o de subjetividade e de constru o do sujeito. Discorre sobre alguns conceitos que entrela am as no es psicanalíticas e sociais, apontando para diferentes modos de pensar subjetividade e sujeito, ressaltando as possibilidades que abarquem concep es contraditórias, complementares e, até mesmo coincidentes. Tentamos, ao longo dessa reflex o, apresentar pontos de media o teóricos que possibilitem pensar uma concep o de sujeitocontemporaneo que seja, ao mesmo tempo, Estrutura e Acontecimento. Abstract This paper aims to understand the conceptual relations between the subjectivity production concept and subject construction. It addresses some concepts that interweave the social and psychoanalytic notions, pointing to different ways of thinking subjectivity and subject, underscoring the possibilities that encompasses contradictory, complementary concepts and, even coinciding. While considering this, we attempted to present theoretical mediation points that make it possible to come up with a contemporary subject conception, which, at the same time, is Structure and Event.
O racismo como subproduto de uma sociedade de classes
José Bezerra da Silva,Maria Edna Bertoldo
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2010,
Abstract: O racismo é descrito no texto como uma forma terrível de apropria o do trabalho humano. Assim, subscreve-se como um subproduto em que a classe dominante explora o trabalhador e dentre estes seleciona a partir da cor e de outros tra os morfológicos uma imensa parcela da popula o para exercer certos trabalhos tidos como trabalhos inferiores. Em todo caso, o texto traz muitas informa es históricas sobre o racismo, visualiando seu início nos tempos modernos e que só tem sentido na sociabilidade do capital. Por isso sugere que ao se combater o racismo o fa a também à divis o da sociedade em classes, objetivando, desse modo, implementar a emancipa o humana.
Bulk Density in Jack Bean’s Development Grown in Cerrado Oxisol  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Juliana Terezinha Sasso Paludo, Tonny José Araújo da Silva, Salom?o Lima Guimar?es
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.69134
Abstract: The use of cover plants promotes the recycling of nutrients and the increase in organic mass, and minimizes the effects of erosion. The objective was to evaluate the effect of bulk density in the development of jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis) in Cerrado Oxisol. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse at the Federal University of Mato Grosso, Rondonópolis-MT, in the period from June to September 2013. Oxisol was used from a Cerrado reserve area, collected at 0 - 0.20 m depth. The experimental design was completely randomized, corresponding to bulk density levels (1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.8 Mg·m-3), and five replications. The experimental plot consisted of three PVC rings (polyvinyl chloride) with 150 mm internal diameter, 300 mm total height, where the upper and lower rings of pots were filled with 1.0 Mg·m-3 density soil and intermediaries according to bulk density treatments. The results were submitted to variance analysis and, when significant, to regression analysis, both with a 5% probability, using SISVAR software. At 60 days after germination, number of leaves, stem diameter, plant height, dry mass of leaves, stem dry mass, dry mass of roots, dry mass of nodules, number of nodules and chlorophyll index (SPAD index) were evaluated. The increase in bulk density negatively influences the development of jack bean, showing little efficiency as a decompacting plant in Cerrado Oxisol.
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