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O estudo das idéias políticas lusobrasileiras no setecentos: condi??o atual e perspectivas metodológicas da historiografia brasileira
Oliveira, Eduardo Romero de;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742005000200006
Abstract: this article exame some researches about the politics ideas at portuguese kingdom during the second half of the xviii century, especially the texts at the end of the century. we analize some reserchs about the intelectual context and the relation established between it and the political context, in the period of pombal’s ministry. and we conside the categories on which these historical reserchs were based.
O governo protetor: a representa??o do poder político em cerimoniais régios portugueses (séc. XVIII-XIX)
Oliveira, Eduardo Romero de;
Varia Historia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-87752006000200013
Abstract: we investigate the portuguese royal ceremonies during the xviii century, and we find some that are eminently religious ceremonies. especially, there is a portuguese kingdom's guardian angel's procession (in third sunday of july), established in the xvi century as a royal ceremony, when all the court participated in it and this ceremony happened throughout the portuguese kingdom. the royal coronation of the da. maria i (1777) and d. jo?o vi (1818) had some religious aspects. these ceremonies let us to consider the connection between religious procedures and royal power. consequently, when we investigate these ceremonies, we consider the portuguese king was conceived as a protector-king, as the royal portuguese power had a religious power of salvation.
ética em Jean Burlamaqui e o ensino conimbricense do direito natural
Oliveira, Eduardo Romero de;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732007000100007
Abstract: this study focus on the work of jean burlamaqui, principes du droit naturel, which has been used in the teaching of philosophy in portugal, about 1770. the main moral notions of burlamaqui's theory of natural law are exposed in this work with the purpose of emphasize its rule to constitute the preconceptions for a portuguese political reflection.
O império da lei: ensaio sobre o cerimonial de sagra??o de D. Pedro I (1822)
Oliveira, Eduardo Romero de;
Tempo , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-77042009000100008
Abstract: the present article examines the royal ceremonies of the brazilian constitutional monarchy, most particularly the sacred ceremonial and royal coronation of emperor d. pedro i. we have chosen to investigate this ceremony because its religious aspects, seeking to comprehend why religion played such a central role in supporting the authority of the new king and defining political power in brazilian empire.
A idéia de império e a funda??o da monarquia constitucional no Brasil (Portugal-Brasil, 1772-1824)
Oliveira, Eduardo Romero de;
Tempo , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-77042005000100003
Abstract: this article establishes a historical context to the political conceptions and plots which led to the brazilian imperial constitution of 1824, such context beginning with the notion of "civil empire" as it appeared at the time the portuguese realm and empire were reorganized in their policies and administration in the eighteenth century. the text shows that, when peter the first was crowned, a modern interpretation was made of an old institution, the religious consecration of kings, in order to establish political subordination on the basis of men's universal reason. this study allows a better understanding of why independent brazil was first of all an empire, not a kingdom, and also of the profound political and moral sense attributed to the poder moderador (a "power to moderate") given the emperor by the 1824 constitution.
Evaluación de aislamientos de baculovirus para el control de Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith, 1797) (LEP.: NOCTUIDAE), plaga clave del maíz en el noroeste argentino
Yasem de Romero,Marta G.; Romero,Eduardo R.; Sosa Gómez,Daniel; Willink,Eduardo;
Revista industrial y agr?-cola de Tucum??n , 2009,
Abstract: chemical insecticides are used for spodoptera frugiperda control, a key pest affecting corn crops in north western argentina. these insecticides, however, frequently show low effectiveness. the baculoviruses are a biological alternative to control the fall armyworm. the objective of this research was to assess nucleopolyhedrovirus native and foreign strains as regards their effectiveness in controlling s. frugiperda. the results showed that s. frugiperda larvae death rate rose with increasing viral concentrations, while viral susceptibility of larvae decreased with insect age. lc50 (lethal concentration for 50% of the tested sample) of 7.6 x 104 and 4.5 x 105 polyhedra/ml for three and five day-old larvae, respectively, were determined for the nuclear polyhedrosis virus (npv) isolated in leales (tucumán, argentina). similar control levels were determined for the npv isolated in oliveros (santa fe, argentina), with lethal viral concentrations (lc50) of 8.6 x 104 and 4.0 x 105 polyhedra/ml, respectively. the brazilian isolate was characterized by lc50 levels of 5.9 x 105 and 1.5 x 106 polyhedral/ml for three-day-old and five-day-old larvae, respectively. the local isolate (vpnsf -tucumán) showed the most lethal effect on the native population of young s. frugiperda (three to five-day-old) larvae, with an average lifespan of six days at lc50 levels, while the oliveros and brazil isolates showed an average lifespan of seven and nine days, respectively. the vpnsf - leales isolate was therefore selected as the object of study for this research. moreover, being a native isolate, it was considered the best alternative from the environmental impact standpoint.
Evaluación de aislamientos de baculovirus para el control de Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith, 1797) (LEP.: NOCTUIDAE), plaga clave del maíz en el noroeste argentino Evaluation of baculovirus strains to control the fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith, 1797) (LEP.: NOCTUIDAE), a key corn pest in North Western Argentina
Marta G. Yasem de Romero,Eduardo R. Romero,Daniel Sosa Gómez,Eduardo Willink
Revista Industrial y Agrícola de Tucumán , 2009,
Abstract: Para el control de Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith), plaga clave del maíz en el noroeste argentino (NOA), se utilizan insecticidas químicos que muestran en muchas ocasiones, una baja efectividad. Los baculovirus constituyen una alternativa biológica para el manejo del gusano cogollero. El propósito de este trabajo fue evaluar la susceptibilidad de estadios larvales de S. frugiperda a distintas concentraciones de tres aislamientos del Nucleopolyhedrovirus de diferentes procedencias. Los resultados obtenidos permitieron constatar que la mortalidad de las orugas de S. frugiperda aumentó con el incremento de la concentración viral y que la susceptibilidad larval al virus decreció con el aumento de la edad del insecto. Se determinó una concentración letal media (CL50) de 7,6 x 10(4) y 4,5 x 10(5) poliedros/ml en larvas de tres y cinco días respectivamente, para el VPN aislamiento Leales (Tucumán, Argentina). Con niveles similares se ubicó el aislamiento Oliveros (Santa Fe, Argentina), cuya CL50 fue de 8,6 x 10(4) poliedros/ml y 4 x 10(5) poliedros/ml, respectivamente. Por último, el aislamiento oriundo de Brasil presentó CL50 igual a 5,9 x 105 poliedros/ml para larvas de tres días, y 1,5 x 106 poliedros/ml para orugas de cinco días. El aislamiento local demostró la mayor virulencia en la población nativa de larvas de S. frugiperda, registrando para larvas jóvenes (tres y cinco días de edad) y a los valores de concentración letal media, un tiempo medio de mortalidad de seis días, resultando siete días para el aislamiento Oliveros y nueve días para el aislamiento Brasil. Considerando los resultados obtenidos, el VPNSf aislamiento Leales tuvo el mejor desempe o y sería conveniente continuar los estudios destinados a desarrollar un bioinsecticida para uso local, ya que evidencia una adecuada virulencia. Además, al ser un aislamiento nativo, su empleo sería el más apropiado en términos de impacto ambiental. Chemical insecticides are used for Spodoptera frugiperda control, a key pest affecting corn crops in North Western Argentina. These insecticides, however, frequently show low effectiveness. The baculoviruses are a biological alternative to control the fall armyworm. The objective of this research was to assess Nucleopolyhedrovirus native and foreign strains as regards their effectiveness in controlling S. frugiperda. The results showed that S. frugiperda larvae death rate rose with increasing viral concentrations, while viral susceptibility of larvae decreased with insect age. LC50 (lethal concentration for 50% of the tested sample) of 7.6 x 10(4) and 4.5 x 10(5)
A Modified Shannon Trap for Use in Forensic Entomology  [PDF]
Maria Luiza Cavallari, Fabio Navarro Baltazar, Erika Cristina de Carvalho, Daniel Romero Mu?oz, José Eduardo Tolezano
Advances in Entomology (AE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ae.2014.22012
Abstract: The objective of this study was to determine the efficacy of a modified Shannon trap to capture adult insects that are involved in cadaveric decomposition processes. The Shannon trap proposed here is composed of a thin fabric tent with a top formed by a transparent bottle containing a compartment filled with alcohol gel on which the captured insects are affixed. The trap was effective both for weather resistance and the quantity, quality and diversity of insects caught.
Outcomes from intracerebral hemorrhage among patients pre-treated with statins
Romero, Flávio Ramalho;Bertolini, Eduardo de Freitas;Veloso, Vanessa Nogueira;Venturini, Leandro;Figueiredo, Eberval G.;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2011000400008
Abstract: objective: 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme a (hmg-coa) reductase inhibitors, or statins, have been associated with improved clinical outcomes after ischemic stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage, but with an increased risk of incidental spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ich). we investigated whether the statin use before ich, was associated with functional independence, 90 days after treatment. method: we analyzed 124 consecutive ich patients with 90-day outcome data who were enrolled in a prospective cohort study between 2006 and 2009. eighty-three patients were included in this study. among ich survivors, univariate cox regression models and kaplan-meier plots were used to determine subject characteristics that were associated with an increased risk of recurrence. statin usage was determined through interviewing the patient at the time of ich and confirmed by reviewing their medical records. independent status was defined as glasgow outcome scale grades 4 or 5. results: statins were used by 20 out of 83 patients (24%) before ich onset. there was no effect from pre-ich statin use on functional independence rates (28% versus 29%, p=0.84) or mortality (46% versus 45%, p=0.93). conclusion: pre-ich statin use is not associated with changes to ich functional outcome or mortality.
Serum C-reactive protein levels predict neurological outcome after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage
Romero, Flávio Ramalho;Bertolini, Eduardo de Freitas;Figueiredo, Eberval G.;Teixeira, Manoel Jacobsen;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2012000300009
Abstract: objectives: our aim was to evaluate the relationship between serum c-reactive protein (crp) levels and the neurological prognosis and development of vasospasm in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (asah). methods: eighty-two adult patients with asah diagnoses were prospectively evaluated. glasgow coma scale (gcs) score, hunt and hess grade, fisher grade, cranial ct scans, digital subtraction angiography studies and daily neurological examinations were recorded. serial serum crp measurements were obtained daily between admission and the tenth day. glasgow outcome scale (gos) and the modified rankin scale (mrs) were used to assess the prognosis. results: serum crp levels were related to severity of asah. patients with lower gcs scores and higher hunt and hess and fisher grades presented statistically significant higher serum crp levels. patients with higher serum crp levels had a less favorable prognosis. conclusions: increased serum crp levels were strongly associated with worse clinical prognosis in this study.
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