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Estudio florístico de los pi?onares de Pinus pinceana Gordon
Villarreal Quintanilla, José ángel;Mares Arreola, Oscar;Cornejo Oviedo, Eladio;Capó Arteaga, Miguel A.;
Acta botánica mexicana , 2009,
Abstract: a floristic study of 14 communities with pinus pinceana gordon was carried out. this species is distributed in small populations along the sierra madre oriental in northern and central mexico. a floristic similarity analysis between localities is included. a total of 446 species (plus 4 infaespecific taxa), 247 genera and 78 families were found. the communities can be separated by its flora into two groups: the northern one, located in coahuila, zacatecas and san luis potosí, and the southern one located in querétaro and hidalgo.
ESTUDIO FLORíSTICO DE LOS PI ONARES DE PINUS PINCEANA GORDON
José ángel Villarreal Quintanilla,Oscar Mares Arreola,Eladio Cornejo Oviedo,Miguel A. Capó Arteaga
Acta botánica mexicana , 2009,
Abstract: Se presenta un estudio de la flora de 14 comunidades con Pinus pinceana Gordon. Esta especie forma peque os bosques aislados a lo largo de la Sierra Madre Oriental, en el norte y centro de México. Se realizó un análisis de similitud florística entre las localidades estudiadas. Se reportan 446 especies, más 4 taxa infraespecíficas adicionales, distribuidas en 247 géneros y 78 familias. De acuerdo con su composición florística, las comunidades estudiadas se pueden separar en dos conjuntos: las más norte as, localizadas en Coahuila, Zacatecas y San Luis Potosí, y las de la región sur en Querétaro e Hidalgo. Se concluye que existen dos grupos de pi onares de P. pinceana, con base en sus diferencias florísticas y de distribución.
Potencial dendroclimático de Pinus pinceana Gordon en la Sierra Madre Oriental
Santillán-Hernández, Miriam;Cornejo-Oviedo, Eladio H.;Villanueva-Díaz, José;Cerano-Paredes, Julián;Valencia-Manzo, Salvador;Capó-Arteaga, Miguel ángel;
Madera y bosques , 2010,
Abstract: the climate sensitivity of ten populations of pinus pinceana gordon was determined to analyze their potential for climate reconstruction purposes. the p. pinceana populations are distributed along a latitudinal gradient of the sierra madre oriental and for this study are considered as northeast region (zacatecas, coahuila), north-central region (san luis potosi), and central region (hidalgo, queretaro). all populations were dated to the year of the annual growth formation except a population called "el arenalito" in the central region. the youngest trees were found at populations in the central region (mag, tep, and cri); therefore short tree-ring chronologies were developed for these sites. in contrast, for the northeastern region the populations pal and nor had the oldest trees and longer chronologies were developed for these sites. intercorrelation values (0,61 to 0,77), mean sensitivity (0,49 to 0,69), and sign-to noise ratio values (11,72 to 33,64) are considered high for dendrochronological purposes. the statistic parameters derived from the arstan software indicated that p. pinceana is climate sensitive and shows a similar behavior to other conifer species currently used for dendroclimatic studies in northern mexico. response function analysis indicated that the populations located in the northeast and north-central regions significantly responded to the seasonal january-june precipitation (winter-spring seasons), but the central populations did not show a clear response. defining patterns of reduced annual growth are basic to date this species.
Portrayal of Teachers in Popular Media: Pushing the Frontier of Collaboration with Media Business in Pedagogy and Technology  [PDF]
Orest Cap, Joanna Black
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.25028
Abstract:

This presentation is based on a unique Summer Institute at the University of Manitoba, Canada in which the presenters examined the relationship between pedagogy and the popular mass media from ([6] Butler, 2000; [12] Maruri, 2012) and beyond [11] Dalton (2010). The image of the tea- cher provides thematic explorations of school culture, pedagogy, human rights, equality, race, gender, bullying, poverty, stereotyping, and power relations [7] Bulman (2005). The authors of the paper describe a case study which was carried out in a Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Education and Master of Education program at the Faculty of Education over a two-week period in August of 2013 with 24 pre-service public school teachers and technical college instructors.

Creative Digital Arts Education: Exploring Art, Human Ecology, and New Media Education through the Lens of Human Rights  [PDF]
Joanna Black, Orest Cap
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.47034
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The development of an innovative pedagogical model based on case study research about human rights education regarding discourses of power and food in relation to visual arts education and human ecology education will be examined. The authors outline two ongoing studies about “digiART” and Human Rights: New Media, Art, and Human Ecology Integrated Projects. These projects have been held at the University of Manitoba, Canada for pre-service teachers training to be secondary level educators: the research has been ongoing since 2013. As a result of the studies, meaningful curricula and innovative pedagogy have been developed using contemporary technologies. Key to the studies is not only the incorporation of creative teaching and learning about digital technologies at the higher education level but also integrating human rights issues into curricula. The authors’ approaches to teaching human rights issues to pre-service teachers are described in which they incorporate creative technologies to foster an innovative pedagogical model, and develop productive learning using digital technologies. Student’s new media practices from preproduction to postproduction are delineated and benefits from using this approach are discussed.
Introducción al artículo “La ense anza de Economía post-Keynesiana en un departamento ortodoxo” de Marc Lavoie
Eladio Febrero
Revista de Economía Crítica , 2011,
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Gilles Deleuze e a Quest o da Técnica
Eladio Craia
DoisPontos , 2011,
Abstract: The paper discusses in general terms the problems of contemporary technique, taking as its starting point the diagnosis of Martin Heidegger. The main horizon of analysis will be opened by the question surrounding the ontological status of the technique, from the point of views of the concepts offered by the ontology of "virtual " Gilles Deleuze, exposing this way the decisive displacement operated by the French philosopher about Heidegger philosophy. In this sense, the delicate matter implies, since the philosophy of Deleuze, the technical universe, not as homogeneous nor determined by an endogenous drive, but as multiple self-differentiated. The notion of virtual is the centerpiece in ontological terms to think the technique as production wich operates by updating a single field of virtual animated internally by difference. The paper exposes how it can be said that technology does not end anything, terminating, or encloses, as it is always related in varied differented settings.
Ecuaciones alométricas y estimación de incrementos en biomasa aérea y carbono en una plantación mixta de Pinus devoniana Lindl. y P. pseudostrobus Lindl., en Guanajuato, México
Méndez-González, Jorge;Luckie-Navarrete, S. Luis;Capó-Arteaga, M. ángel;Nájera-Luna, J. Abel;
Agrociencia , 2011,
Abstract: the generation of equations of biomass is important because they allow to evaluate the structure and condition of a forest, quantify its productivity, determine the amount of fixed carbon, the fixation rate of co2, and thus valúate the impact on the mitigation of greenhouse gases. the objective of the present study was to fit allometric equations to quantify the accumulation of biomass (b), carbon (c), and carbon equivalent (co2e) in a mixed plantation of 12 years of age of pinus devoniana lindl. and pinus pseudostrobus lindl., in jerécuaro, state of guanajuato, méxico. the biomass of each tree, leaves plus branches (bhr), stem (bf) and total (bt) was calculated using the ratio between dry weight and fresh weight, in 20 trees of each species. through stem analyses and the schumacher model the rate of annual increment of b, c and co2e was obtained. results indicate that the allometric equations efficiently quantify the components of biomass, especially of bf (r2>0.85) in p. pseudostrobus, this species showing the highest increments in aboveground biomass. the total aboveground biomass, of 60.2 and 58.4 % was registered in the stem; 39.8 and 41.6 % in the leaves and branches of p. devoniana and p. pseudostrobus. values calculated were 39.36 t b ha-1, 19.68 t c ha-1 and 72.02 t co2e ha-1, after 12 years of the establishment of the plantation. according to the schumacher model, the maximum productivity of aboveground biomass (bf and bhr) is reached at 20 years of age, which represents 3.96, 1.98 and 7.27 t ha-1 year-1 of b, c and co2e.
Pragmatics, Micropragmatics, Macropragmatics
Piotr Cap
Lodz Papers in Pragmatics , 2010, DOI: 10.2478/v10016-010-0011-0
Abstract: The paper addresses the distinction between micropragmatics and macropragmatics. It is postulated that this differentiation, a consequence of a number of controversies surrounding the core field of pragmatics, does manifest a number of conceptual merits and methodological feasibility. The article also aims to elaborate on the four concepts central to the methodology of pragmatics, i.e. deixis, presupposition, implicature and speech acts, from an essentially ‘micropragmatic’ perspective, describing their contribution to the proposition of an utterance, its illocutionary force, and a wide range of effects the utterance may produce. At the same time, however, three relativities-regularities are indicated and presented as prompts for an integrated study of intentionality at the macro level of discourse/text.
On left invariant CR structures on SU(2)
Andreas Cap
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: There is a well known one--parameter family of left invariant CR structures on $SU(2)\cong S^3$. We show how purely algebraic methods can be used to explicitly compute the canonical Cartan connections associated to these structures and their curvatures. We also obtain explicit descriptions of tractor bundles and tractor connections.
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