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Prevalência do papilomavírus humano (HPV) na cavidade oral e na orofaringe
Castro, Therezita Peixoto Patury Galv?o;Bussoloti Filho, Ivo;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992006000200021
Abstract: the prevalence of human papillomavirus (hpv) in the oral cavity and oropharynx has not yet been as well studied as its infection of the vaginal tract. however, new study are emerge after the development of molecular biology techniques. the objective of this study is to show the prevalence of hpv in the oral cavity and the oropharynx. an ample bibliographic review was done showing a prevalence of hpv 6, 11 in a normal oral mucous membrane (latent infection). in oral benign lesions associated with hpv, a prevalence of hpv 6 and 11 was observed in squamous cell papilloma (scp) and condylomas acuminatum, while hpv 2 and 57 were more prevalent in verruca vulgaris lesions. as for focal epithelial hyperplasia (feh) and oral cancer, especially squamous cell carcinoma (scc), the prevalence was of hpv 13 and 32, and hpv 16, respectively. the last findings are, nonetheless, controversial. the last findings are, nonetheless, controversial. showed also discrepancy result the prevalence of human papillomavírus (hpv) in normal oral mucous (latent infection) and in oral cancer, however evidenced confirmatory result in oral benign lesions associated with virus.
Desempenho produtivo de leitoas alimentadas com dietas de gesta??o de baixo ou alto nível de casca de soja
Gentilini, Fabiane Pereira;Dallanora, Djane;Peixoto, Carlos Henrique;Bernardi, Mari Lourdes;Wentz, Ivo;Bortolozzo, Fernando Pandolfo;
Ciência Rural , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782004000400032
Abstract: gilts were fed gestation diets, with inclusion of 7% (t1) and 35% (t2) of soybean hulls which had fiber levels of 4.5 and 13.1%, respectively. after insemination, all females received 1.8kg of t1 diet (5470kcal me day-1) up to 35 days of gestation, when they were allocated to receive 2.4kg (7294kcal me day-1) of t1 (n= 108) or 2.7kg (7249kcal me day-1) of t2 (n= 99) diet. at 90 days of gestation t1 and t2 females started to receive 3.0kg (9117kcal me day-1) and 3.4kg (9129kcal me day-1) of t1 and t2 diets, respectively. the t1 females were heavier than t2 females, at 110 days of gestation and at parturition (p<0.05). however, the daily average feed intake during lactation was 5.3% higher for t2 (p=0.01) than for t1 females. there was no effect of treatments on milk production and composition, weight variation during lactation and weaning-to-estrus interval (p>0.05). treatments were similar for total and born alive litter size, stillborn and mummified (p>0.05). the average birth weight was higher for t1 piglets (p=0.03), but litter weight was similar for treatments (p>0.05). weaned litter size and weight did not differ for treatments (p>0.05). the two levels of soybean hulls in the gestation diets of gilts resulted in similar performance.
Detec??o de HPV na mucosa oral e genital pela técnica PCR em mulheres com diagnóstico histopatológico positivo para HPV genital
Castro, Therezita M. Peixoto Patury Galv?o;Bussoloti Filho, Ivo;Nascimento, Velber Xavier;Xavier, Sandra Doria;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992009000200002
Abstract: infection by the human papilloma virus (hpv) is one of the most frequent sexually transmitted diseases all over the world. the relationship between oral and genital hpv remains uncertain, as it is with its role on oral carcinogenesis. the goal of the present investigation was to check for the presence of hpv dna in the oral and genital mucosas of women with hpv genital infection, using the polymerase chain reaction (pcr). study method: cross-sectional cohort. materials and methods: this is a pilot and prospective study involving 30 women, aged between 14 and 51 years, with hpv genital infection, confirmed by histopathology. all the patients were submitted to the exam and sample collection by swabbing the oral and genital mucosas in order to test for hpv dna through the pcr technique. results: none of the oral cavity samples were positive for hpv, while in the genital tract, hpv was detected in 17 (57%) of the 30 patients, especially hpvs 6b and 16. conclusion: results show a higher percentage of genital hpv in comparison to the oral cavity, and suggest that genital hpv does not seem to be a predisposing factor for the oral infection in the same patient.
Enxertia de maracujazeiro-azedo em estacas herbáceas enraizadas de espécies de passifloras nativas
Chaves, Renata da Costa;Junqueira, Nilton Tadeu Vilela;Manica, Ivo;Peixoto, José Ricardo;Pereira, Ailton Vitor;Fialho, Josefino de Freitas;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452004000100033
Abstract: the soil born diseases cause expressive losses in passion fruit crops in brazil. the use of resistant rootstocks is an alternative to control these diseases. several wild species of passifloraceae have presented resistance to soil born pathogens, but their utilization as rootstock from seeds has been limited mainly by differences of thickness between the rootstock and the graft of the commercial cultivars. these limitations could be reduced using herbaceous cuttings as rootstock. in these experiments, herbaceous cuttings has been collected from passiflora setacea (source ec-ps 1), p. nitida (source ec-pn 1), p. caerulea (source ec-pc 1), p. actinia (source ec-pa 1) and a f1 hybrid between p. setacea x p. edulis f. flavicarpa (commercial cultivars) and treated with acetic naphthalene acid (ana) at 500 mg/l and kept in moisture greenhouse. the graftings (lateral grafting) were made at 40, 55 and 70 days after the collecting and planting of the cuttings. the evaluations were made at 145 and 150 days after the cutting planting determining the percentages of living grafts and sprouting grafts and length of the sprout graft. the grafting on rooted-herbaceous cutting of p. nitida and f1 hybrid was technically viable for passion fruit-seedling production.
A Process for Extracting Non-Taxonomic Relationships of Ontologies from Text  [PDF]
Ivo Serra, Rosario Girardi
Intelligent Information Management (IIM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/iim.2011.34014
Abstract: Manual construction of ontologies by domain experts and knowledge engineers is an expensive and time consuming task so, automatic and/or semiautomatic approaches are needed. Ontology learning looks for identifying ontology elements like non-taxonomic relationships from information sources. These relationships correspond to slots in a frame-based ontology. This article proposes an initial process for semiautomatic extraction of non-taxonomic relationships of ontologies from textual sources. It uses Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to identify good candidates of non-taxonomic relationships and a data mining technique to suggest their possible best level in the ontology hierarchy. Once the extraction of these relationships is essentially a retrieval task, the metrics of this field like recall, precision and f-measure are used to perform evaluation.
The Limits of the Balanced Scorecard  [PDF]
Ivo Hristov, Antonio Chirico
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.411004
Abstract:
Our research focuses on the limits of the Balanced Scorecard. The aim of the work is to provide a basis for in-depth study on the limits of the balanced scorecard. According to Tranfield et al. (2003) [1] we are tackling the topic through a systematic review of the literature. We reviewed articles published in 48 journals, in 3 different subject area of Academic Journal Guide (ABS) 2015: 27 Accounting journals, 17 General Management and Employment Study journals and 4 Strategy journals. This ensured an academic quality of these articles and for each subject area we chose amongst some of the 3, 4 and 4* journals. The contributions of research to the field and the lessons learned from these studies are discussed. Knowledge gaps in existing balanced scorecard research are identified, leading to consideration of several ideas for future research.
Study on Possibility of Applying Risk Management in Village Fund Management in Landak Regency Indonesia  [PDF]
Fernandes Simangunsong, Amandus Ivo Mario
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2018.69019
Abstract: This study is focused on study on possibility of applying risk management in village fund management in Indonesia. It is intended to determine the possibility of applying risk management in village fund management, the supporting and inhibiting factors in application of risk management, and strategies in implementation of risk management. Research design used was qualitative with exploratory approach. Data in this study were collected by interviewing the respondents (purposive sample), document study and field observation. Informants in this study are Regent of Landak, Regional Secretary of Landak Regency, Spokesperson of DPRD of Landak Regency, Head of Office of Social Service, Community Empowerment, and Local Government of Landak Regency, Head of Division of Village Financial and Asset Division, Head of Section of Village Government Budget, Chief of Karangan Village, Chief of Serimbu Village, and Chief of Amboyo Inti Village. The result demonstrates that process of implementing risk management in village fund management is limited to risk assessment, consisting of risk identification, risk analysis, and risk measurement, and then to build possibility of applying risk management using scenario planning which result in that it is possible to apply risk management by making regulations and preparing human resources. The supporting factors in applying risk management lie within political development aspect, and technological development aspect encourages the application of risk management. The inhibiting factors derive from individual threat, i.e. habits and fear of the unknown and organizational threat, i.e. Inertia Group. There are two approaches in preparing strategies for implementing risk management, i.e. top-down and bottom-up. And the strategies are making regulations on application of risk management, preparing human resources, providing budget, providing facilities and infrastructures that support the application of risk management.
Levantamento do estado da arte nos estudos do lazer: (Brasil) séculos XX e XXI - alguns apontamentos
Peixoto, Elza;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302007000200014
Abstract: this study presents the state of the art mapping in leisure studies in brazil (xxth and xxist centuries). the following sources of information were used: 1) works mentioned by authors who study knowledge production in recreation and leisure in brazil; 2) information given on the curricula registered in plataforma lattes (key words: recreation, idleness, leisure and free time); 3) the online collection of university libraries, national library, library of the national congress. the dynamics of knowledge production are explored. authors and privileged themes are chronologically situated. hopefully, the information associated to radical and strict historical studies of the context in which this knowledge production happens will allow a better understanding of the production processes and knowledge transmission in recreation and leisure in brazil.
Metáforas e imagens dos formadores de professores na área da informática aplicada à educa??o
Peixoto, Joana;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302007000400011
Abstract: the focus of this research is the gap between the formation of educational computing (ec) teachers and their further experience. the main hypothesis is that, among ec teacher formers, there is a certain representation of the educational model and a conception on the beneficial aspects of digital technologies that would be automatically transferred to the future teachers' practice. an investigation was carried out with the 21 teachers of the discipline "computing and education" at the catholic university of goiás, with the use of techniques of free word association, semi-structured interviews and focus groups. the nucleus of the identified representations shows the computer as a generator of educational changes, and educational computing as the agent of pedagogical changes. this analogy becomes an important reference that shapes formers' discourse by means of metaphors which constitute their imagination.
"Porto Feliz": património em seguran?a
Peixoto, Paulo;
Horizontes Antropológicos , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-71832005000100008
Abstract: the idealized images spread out by the heritage processes hide very often the urbanity ideologies in which they are based. analyzing two operations related with the historical city center of the portuguese town of porto, recognized has world heritage in 1995, we put in evidence and we try to discuss some of these ideologies. "porto feliz" is appointed and examined as a program whose aim is to eradicate of the urban landscape human elements supposedly incompatible with the heritage status that this landscape exhibits. a manual of diffusion of good practices about the use of the domestic space and the common public spaces, apparently adjusted to a zone consecrated as a valuable heritage place, is also analyzed. we conclude that the transition from a lived culture to an exhibited culture, that the heritage status implies, depend on disciplinarian and hygienic operations.
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