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Marcos interpretativos da história da avalia??o e sua express?o no SENAC-S?o Paulo
Giusti, Sonia Regina;Lopes, Jairo de Araújo;
Avalia??o: Revista da Avalia??o da Educa??o Superior (Campinas) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-40772007000400010
Abstract: this work lists the main aspects of the evaluation of learning as proposed by the brazilian legislation from 1950 to 1996 and its incorporation in professional education as seen at senac-s?o paulo. the results indicate advances from a technicalist conception of evaluation, in which the students performance is assessed at the end of a study stage and based on knowing how to do, towards a formative conception, during the process of teaching and learning and centered in knowing how to be, how to do and how to behave.
Comprimento de estacas e parte do ramo na forma??o de mudas de aceroleira
Lima, Rosiane de Lourdes Silva de;Siqueira, Dalmo Lopes de;Weber, Olmar Baller;Cazetta, Jairo Osvaldo;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452006000100024
Abstract: the rhizogenic capacitity, sprouting and vigor of cuttings from barbados cherry (malpighia emarginata d.c) were evaluated in greenhouse conditions at the embrapa - national center for research of tropical agroindustry, fortaleza-ce, from november 2000 to january 2001, aiming to identify the best branch part and size for cuttings preparation. the experiment was conducted in a completely randomized design, in a 3x3 factorial scheme, corresponding to three positions on the branch (apical, median and basal) and three length (10, 15 and 20 cm), with three replications composed by 10 cuttings each, and cultured on tubets of 288 cm3, filled wich a misture of organic matter (vermicompost) and carbonized rice husks (3:2 volumetric proportion), and cultivated in a greenhouse with intermittent mist. after 60 days were evaluated the percentage of surviving cuttings, rooted cuttings, roots and aerial part dry matter, number of leaves, not developed meristems, and number of new branches per cutting. results indicated that vegetative propagation by cuttings of barbados cherry is a feasible method, by using cuttings with 10 cm length, taken from the middle positions of the branch, and cultured under greenhouse conditions and intermittent mist.
Esverdeamento e brota??o em cultivares alem?es e holandeses de batata
Castro, Jairo Lopes de;Miranda Filho, Hilário da Silva;JorgeII, Joassy de Paula Neves;
Bragantia , 1982, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051982000100022
Abstract: nineteen german and five dutch potato varieties were observed in relation to greening and sprout growth development in the tubers. the dutch varieties jaerla and bintje and the german varieties atica, emergo and topi were less susceptible to greening, but all the others in the second reading, 10 days after light exposition, showed the skin green or very green. jetta, broca, wiebke, palma, lux, rubin and salvia, 5 days after light exposition also showed similar results. the varieties that showed early sprout growth were omega, jaerla and bintje, being the latter slower in relation to development. geelbling, salvia and spunta are late sprout growth varieties.
Rendimento de gr?os de trigo e sua rela??o com as doen?as e variáveis climáticas em Cap?o Bonito de 1994 a 2001
Felicio, Jo?o Carlos;Camargo, Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira;Castro, Jairo Lopes de;Germani, Rogério;
Bragantia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052004000100010
Abstract: the environmental influence on grain yield and its relationship with leaf rust and leaf spots diseases was evaluated in the period 1994-2001, in cap?o bonito, state of s?o paulo, brazil, 24o02' s, 48o 22' w e altitude, 702 m. the genotype x year interaction was highly significant indicating that annual climatic differences have directly affected the grain yield. the averages of grain yield were the highest in 1998 and the lowest in 1994. the genotypes iapar 60, iac 60, iac 120 and br 18 showed high grain yield means. iapar 60 did not present grain yield stability. the genotypes anahuac, iac 120, iac 356, iac 342 and iac 373 are immune to the prevalent races of the fungus causing leaf rust. as the climatic conditions were favorable to the development leaf spot, its occurrence was generalized. rainfall in may showed the best correlation with the occurrence of leaf spots.
época de florescimento e horas de frio para pessegueiros e nectarineiras
Pedro Júnior, Mario José;Barbosa, Wilson;Rolim, Glauco de Souza;Castro, Jairo Lopes de;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452007000300005
Abstract: blossom dates for 41 peaches and nectarines accesses from the active gene bank (bag) of stone fruits were evaluated at cap?o bonito (sp), brazil. observations of flowering date (70% of opened flowers) were taken and compared to the chilling hour's requirement (nhf) considering 7.2 and 13oc. the nhf was estimated using multiple regression equations based on maximum and minimum temperature. the accesses from the bag were separated by cluster analysis into four groups for peaches and three for nectarines by cluster analysis. the following peaches accesses: iac 2485-6, iac 680-13 and régis and for nectarine: iac n 785- 9 showed flowering date before july 10th with nhf less than 40 and 500, below 7.2 and 13oc, respectively. the peach cultivars eldorado, diamante, arlequim, bol?o, and marli showed blossom dates after august 1st, requiring more than 70 and 650 nhf bellow 7.2 and 13oc, respectively. the main peach cultivars for s?o paulo state like: aurora-1, dourad?o and dourado-1, flowered from july 11 to 20 with nhf from 41 to 50 bellow 7.2oc and from 501 to 560 bellow 13oc.
Resposta de cultivares de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) ao controle químico das principais doen?as fúngicas da cultura
Barros, Benedito de Camargo;Castro, Jairo Lopes de;Patrício, Flávia Rodrigues Alves;
Summa Phytopathologica , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-54052006000300005
Abstract: leaf rust, leaf spot or brown spot and powdery mildew, caused by puccinia recondita tritici, bipolaris sorokiniana and blumeria graminis tritici, respectively, are wheat diseases that may severely decrease crop yield. several practices are recommended for the control of these diseases such as cultivar resistance, planting at a suitable time, and chemical control, without which the crop frequently becomes uneconomical. the objective of the present work was to evaluate, under field conditions, the response of six wheat cultivars, iac 24, iac 289, iac 350, iac 362, iac 364 and iac 370, in four experiments, carried out from 2000 to 2003 at cap?o bonito, state of s?o paulo, brazil. the experiments were set out in a randomized block design with four replications, and analyzed as a 2 x 6 factorial, being fungicide treatment (with and without) the factor 1 and cultivar the factor 2. severity of the diseases was graded in a scale that ranged from 0 to 9, (0 = without symptoms and 9 > 60% of the foliar area affected by disease). grain yield and the thousand kernel weight (tkw) were also assessed in each experiment. powdery mildew was only observed in 2000, but leaf rust was detected in all years in high severity indexes (30 to 60% of leaf area affected by the disease). leaf spot, detected in the last three years, from 2001 to 2003, showed the highest severity indexes in the rainiest year, 2001 (up to 60 % of the leaf affected by the disease). in all years the fungicides were efficient to control the diseases in all experiments and resulted in higher tkw and in grain yield increases. the cultivars with the longest crop cycles, iac 370, iac 289 and iac 350, had the highest responses in yield to the chemical control, despite the fact that the last two cultivars were less affected by the diseases in the control plots, showing that not only cultivar resistance, but the crop cycle and the yield potential, characteristic of each cultivar, were important in the response to the chemic
New wheat genotypes tolerant to aluminum toxicity obtained by mutation induction
Tulmann Neto Augusto,Alves Marcelo Correa,Camargo Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira,Castro Jairo Lopes de
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2001,
Abstract: Seed from the sensitive wheat (Triticum aestivumL.) cultivar Anahuac was treated to gamma-ray irradiation and eleven Al3+ tolerant mutants selected. The objective was to compare these mutants to the original Anahuac and to the tolerant wheat cultivars IAC-24 and IAC-60 from 1994 to 1996 in acid (Cap o Bonito) and limed (Monte Alegre do Sul) soil field trials, in the State of S o Paulo, Brazil. Grain yield and agronomic characteristics were analyzed. All the mutant lines yielded higher than the sensitive Anahuac cultivar in the acid soils of Cap o Bonito. Under limed soil conditions, 10 mutants had a similar yield to the original sensitive cultivar and one a lower yield. The majority of the mutants were similar in yield to the tolerant cultivars IAC-24 and IAC-60 under both conditions. Some of the mutants showed altered agronomic characteristics, but these alterations did not generally influence the grain yield. The results indicated that tolerant lines with good characteristics may be obtained from a susceptible cultivar by mutation induction, thus allowing cropping under conditions where Al3 + is a limiting factor.
Transmiss?o do agente causal da ena??o das nervuras-galha lenhosa dos citros por Toxoptera citricidus
Fitopatologia Brasileira , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-41582001000100018
Abstract: seedlings of 41 different citrus species and varieties were massively colonized with the citrus brown aphid toxoptera citricidus, obtained from pêra sweet orange (citrus sinensis) trees, presenting symptoms of the "cap?o bonito" complex of the citrus tristeza virus (ctv). the objective was to evaluate resistance or tolerance of the varieties to that virus complex, but even after eight months of inoculation no stem pitting was observed in the plants. otherwise, the presence of galls similar to those induced by the vein enation-woody gall disease was observed in 73% of the plants of volkamer palermo (citrus volkameriana), 60% of the volkamer catania 2, 2% of the rangpur lime d.22.30 (citrus limonia), 13% of the volkamer australian red, the rangpur lime hybrid, the orlando tangelo (citrus reticulata x citrus paradisi) and the florida rough lemon (c. jambhiri), and 7% of the carrizo citrange (poncirus trifoliata x citrus sinensis). the highest incidence and the largest gall size were observed in the palermo volkamer showing that this clone would be the most suitable to be used as an indicator plant in biological indexing tests for the disease. there are no previous reports in the literature about the occurrence of woody galls in orlando tangelo and carrizo citrange.
Gomose da acácia-negra causada por Ceratocystis fimbriata Ell. & Halst.
Ribeiro, Ivan José Antunes;Fumikoito, Margarida;Paradela Filho, Osvaldo;Castro, Jairo Lopes de;
Bragantia , 1988, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051988000100008
Abstract: several plants of acacia decurrens showed wilting and subsequent branche drying. the branches showed wood splitting and gum exudation. the transversally cut wood showed ashy colored pith, that desenvolved numerous perithecia when kept in a humid chamber. these perithecia were transferred aseptically to potato-dextrose-agar and the culture was classified as ceratocystis fimbriata ell. & halst. four mounth old acacia plants inoculated with the isolate died after 14 days. the fungus was again isolated from these dead plants. cross inoculation tests with isolate of c. fimbriata from acacia and mango (mangifera indica l.) showed pathogenic effects for both hosts.
A??o fungicida do acaricida azocyclotin sobre a antracnose do feijoeiro comum
Santini, Ademir;Ito, Margarida Fumiko;Castro, Jairo Lopes de;Ito, Marcio Akira;Goto, Juliana Cristina;
Bragantia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052005000200011
Abstract: the control effect of azocyclotin acaricide was tested to common bean anthracnose pathogen, colletotrichum lindemuthianum, in vitro, seedlings and in field conditions. the treatments in vitro were: 1) test; 2) azocyclotin (az)- 1 az-1 mg.l-1; 3) triphenil sthanic hydroxide (the)-1 mg l-1; 4) az-10 mg l-1; 5) the-10 mg l-1; 6) az-100 mg l-1 and 7) the-100 mg l-1 and in vivo treatments were: 1) test; 2) az applyed 24 hours before inoculation (az-24); 3)the-24; 4) az-48; 5)the-48; 6) az-72; 7) the-72; 8) az-96; 9) the-96; 10) az-120; 11) the-120; 12) az-144, and 13) the-144. azocyclotin was evaluated at 125 g.100 l-1 of water and fenthin hydroxide at 41,25 g a.i.100 l-1. the experiments were set up as a completely randomized design, with 5 repetitions. in field conditions, the treatments (g ha-1 a.i.) included: 1) tebuconazole + fentin hydroxide-100 + 200; 2) tebuconazole + trifloxystrobin-40 + 100; 3) trifloxystrobin-125; 4) tebuconazole + azocyclotin-100 + 500; 5) azocyclotin - 500 and 6) without chemical. the experimental design was done using randomized blocks, with 4 replicates. the mycelial growth was determined through reading the fungi radial growth in bda culture media. in vivo and in field conditions, evaluations were made with a scale of 1 to 9, where 1 = without symptoms and 9 = equal or more than 25% of foliar area with anthracnose symptoms. in vitro test, the treatment 7 presented the most effective mycelial development inhibition. azocyclotin and triphenil sthanic hydroxide controlled dry bean anthracnose when applied until 144 hours before inoculation. a new field record was the control of bean anthracnose with azocyclotin acaricide, with effect on both to angular leaf spot and alternaria leaf spot. it was concluded that azocyclotin acaricide can control dry bean anthracnose with similar efficiency as fentin hydroxide.
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