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Yield of gherkin in response to doses of bovine manure
Oliveira, Arnaldo Nonato P de;Oliveira, Ademar P de;Leonardo, Francisco de Assis P;Cruz, Iordam da S;Silva, Damiana F da;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362009000100020
Abstract: considering the importance of gherkin in northeastern brazil, studies focusing on increasing its quality and yield are powerful tools to improve people social and economical condition in this region. the effects of doses of bovine manure were evaluated in gherkin yield in an experiment using cultivar nordestino, from may to september 2006, at the federal university of paraíba, in areia county, paraíba state, brazil. the experimental design was randomized complete blocks, with five treatments (0; 10; 20; 30, and 40 t ha-1) of bovine manure, in four replications. the working area in each experimental plot corresponded to 80 m2, including 20 plants, with 2.0 x 2.0 m spaces. the highest number of fruits per plant (30) was achieved with 32.2 t ha-1 of bovine manure. both fruit production per plant and fruit yield increased with doses of bovine manure, with maximum values of respectively 1,306 g and 19.5 t ha-1, when 40 t ha-1 of bovine manure were used.
Yield and phenology of yam as affected by the physiological rest period of seed-rhizomes
Oliveira, Ademar P de;Moura, Márcio F de;Alves, Edna U;Alves, Anarlete U;Oliveira, Arnaldo Nonato P de;Leonardo, Francisco de Assis P;Cruz, Iordam da S;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362008000200005
Abstract: the objective of this work was to evaluate the effects of the rest period of seed-rhizomes in the phenology and yield of yam da costa (dioscorea cayennensis). the experiment was carried out in field conditions at the federal university of paraíba, in areia, brazil, from january to december 2004, in an ustpsamment soil. a completely randomized block design was used to test three treatments, 60-, 80-, and 100-day seed-rhizome rest periods, with seven replications. plant emergency was evaluated every ten days from 40 to 90 days after planting (dap), as well as plant height, evaluated up to 80 dap. the average mass of commercial rhizomes and the yield of commercial and seed-rhizomes were also assessed. at 40, 50, and 60 days after planting, plant emergency was superior for seed-rhizomes submitted to 100-day rest periods. at 70 and 80 dap, there were no significant differences. at 90 dap, seed-rhizomes that rested for 60 and 100 days provided around 91 and 83% of plant emergency, respectively. concerning plant height, seed-rhizomes that rested 100 days produced the tallest plants. the average mass of commercial rhizomes and the yield of commercial and seed-rhizomes were 1.22 kg, 13.1 t ha-1, and 7.7 t ha-1, respectively, for seed rhizomes submitted to 60-day rest periods. for 100-day rest period rhizomes, the average mass of commercial rhizomes and the yield of commercial and seed-rhizomes, were 0.73 kg, 7.7 t ha-1, and 1.7 t ha-1, respectively.
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.
Rendimento de feij?o-vagem em fun??o de doses de K2O
Oliveira, Ademar Pereira de;Silva, Jandiê Araújo;Alves, Adriana Ursulina;Dorneles, Carina Seixas M;Alves, Anarlete Ursulino;Oliveira, Arnaldo Nonato P. de;Cardoso, Edson A.;Cruz, Iordam da Silva;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362007000100007
Abstract: aiming to evaluate the effect of k2o levels on the increase of snap bean yield, an experiment was performed in paraíba state, brazil, in a quartz psamment soil. the experimental design was of randomized blocks, with six treatments (0; 50; 100; 150; 200 and 250 kg ha-1 of k2o), in four replications. each plot contained 40 plants spaced 1.0 m x 0.2 m. pods maximum number/plant (20 pods) and the maximum yield/plant (171 g), were obtained, respectively with 145 and 173 kg ha-1 of k2o, and pods yield reached maximum value around 25,3 t ha-1 at the level of 171 kg ha-1 of k2o. the most economic level of k2o for the production of pods was of 165 kg ha-1. the most economic level represented 96% comparing to that responsible for maximum pods production. the k2o levels that obtained maximum pods production and economic return were correlated, respectively, with 181 and 176 mg dm-3 of k available for the extractor mehlich 1.
Ionizing radiations and cancer
Süleyman Dada
Dicle Medical Journal , 2010,
Abstract: The aim of this study is to evaluate the biologic effects of ionizing radiation and relation between medical diagnosticradiation exposure and cancer risk. Many unnecessary ionizing radiation applications are performed in the medicalcenters and hospitals. Therefore the health staff and the patients expose to serious risks of radiation. On the other hand, recently some studies, which suggested relationshipsbetween low dose ionizing radiation and some cancers, have been published. The relationship between low dose ionizing radiation and cancer can be more understandablewhen the stochastic effects of ionizing radiationtake into consideration. This presented review calls attention to the fact that low dose ionizing radiation may be an important factor for increased cancer risk. Therefore,physicians, health workers and patients have to pay maximum attention to avoid hazards of low dose ionizing radiation.
Universal closed-form of lagrangian multipliers for coast-arcs of optimum space trajectories
Fernandes, S. da S.;
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-58782003000400004
Abstract: an universal closed-form solution of lagrangian multipliers for the coast-arcs of optimum space trajectories in a newtonian central force field is obtained by means of properties of generalized canonical systems and sundman transformation. this closed-form solution, valid for all conics, is given as a function of a generalized anomaly.
Universal closed-form of lagrangian multipliers for coast-arcs of optimum space trajectories
Fernandes S. da S.
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering , 2003,
Abstract: An universal closed-form solution of Lagrangian multipliers for the coast-arcs of optimum space trajectories in a Newtonian central force field is obtained by means of properties of generalized canonical systems and Sundman transformation. This closed-form solution, valid for all conics, is given as a function of a generalized anomaly.
Model of Three-Phase Transmission Line with the Theory of Modal Decomposition Implied  [PDF]
Rodrigo Cleber da Silva, Sérgio Kurokawa
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B217

This paper shows the development of transmission line model, based on lumped element circuit that provides answers directly in the time and phase domain. This model is valid to represent the ideally transposed line, the phases of each of the small line segments are separated in their modes of propagation and the voltage and current are calculated at the modal domain. However, the conversion phase-mode-phase is inserted in the state equations which describe the currents and voltages along the line of which there is no need to know the user of the model representation of the theory in the line modal domain.

Collaborative Intelligence in Smart Cities: A Systematic Review  [PDF]
Viviani Kwecko, Silvia S. da C. Botelho
Social Networking (SN) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/sn.2018.73015
The objective of this research is to present a systematic analysis, in which we seek to identify the concepts of intelligent city, with the intention of recognizing the nature of this intelligence before the participation of the population. Therefore, the research associates concepts as smart cities, citizen participation and social web, identifying publications between 2012 and the first quarter of 2018 and questioning what the intelligent city is and how this concept is able to (re)organize the learning processes of the territory from the informal dynamics of the contemporary city. The qualitative analysis of the documents revealed an innumerable of definitions and related terms: smart, intelligent, ubiquitous, digital, knowledge, sustainable, crowd sourcing, innovative; structured in three types of approaches: technological focus, focus on human resources and focus on citizen-related governance from the following domains: media convergence, public and regulatory information policies, infrastructure management, real-time data mining and extraction, geographic information system, crowd computing, smart cities education, and social monitoring and control. In spite of the access to a great amount of data, we verify that the concept of intelligent city is referenced by a significant number of researches, but, in smaller number, works that present models of construction of a collective intelligence for the city. From this perspective, we identified the need to recognize technological education interventions for communication between individuals and the city. Because we believe that only through the implementation and management of techno-educommunication ecosystems will be able to promote a culture of participation.
Avalia??o das libera??es inoculativas do parasitóide exótico Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead)(Hymenoptera: Braconidae) em pomar diversificado em Concei??o do Almeida, BA
Carvalho, Romulo da S.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2005000500012
Abstract: the introduction of exotic species aiming at the biological control of established pests rises concern on its efficiency and also on its impact on native species. pre-release evaluation of the parasitoid complex is important because the releases initiate a continuous and irreversible colonization process. surveys of native fruit fly parasitoids were conducted in the region of the rec?ncavo baiano, in concei??o do almeida, ba, brazil. surveys were undertaken before and after the release of the exotic braconid diachasmimorpha longicaudata (ashmead). pre-release survey showed that the following species were present in the study area: doryctobracon areolatus (szépligeti), utetes anastrephae (viereck), opius spp., asobara anastrephae (muesebeck) and aganaspis pelleranoi (brèthes). following d. longicaudata releases, the same species were obtained. despite of interspecific competition for oviposition sites, no biodiversity losses were observed. notwithstanding, an alteration in the relative frequencies of native species was observed. the exotic parasitoid was recovered from infested fruits of carambola, guava and spondia sp. 17 months after the releases ceased. nevertheless, in 2004 and 2005, no individuals of d. longicaudata were recovered from infested fruit samples collected in the same locality of release.
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