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A INSOLVêNCIA EMPRESARIAL NA FRONTEIRA DO DIREITO E DA ECONOMIA
Jean Carlos Fernandes
Meritum : Revista de Direito da Universidade FUMEC , 2012,
Abstract: A correta compreens o dos institutos jurídicos é inerente ao operador do Direito, ainda mais quando estreitamente entrela ados com quest es de ordem econ mica. é importante, assim, a análise do novo sistema recuperacional e falimentar brasileiro na fronteira do Direito e da Economia. A Lei n. 11.101, de 2005, consistiu em um avan o para o Brasil, embora n o seja uma lei perfeita. é necessário que seja bem interpretada na moldura do equilíbrio entre os interesses dos credores e do devedor, recuperando a empresa viável e, se n o for possível, maximizando o valor dos ativos em uma liquida o célere e eficiente. O regime brasileiro de recupera o da empresa deve ser palco da busca pela preserva o da unidade produtiva viável, equilibrando os interesses do devedor e de seus credores em um ambiente de eficiência econ mica e respeito à autonomia privada, orientado por três premissas desafiadoras: recupera o da empresa viável em crise; falência célere e eficiente no pagamento dos credores e na preserva o produtiva dos bens, inclusive os intangíveis; equilíbrio entre os interesses do devedor e de seus credores.
Influence of anxiety on blood pressure and heart rate during dental treatment =Influência da ansiedade na press o arterial e frequência cardíaca durante o tratamento odontológico
Goulart, Jean Carlos Fernandes et al.
Revista Odonto Ciência , 2012,
Abstract: Objetivo: Avaliar a influência da ansiedade detectadas por meio de uma escala de ansiedade sobre os níveis de press o arterial e a frequência cardíaca, durante o atendimento odontológico de pacientes das Clínicas de Odontologia do Centro Universitário de S o José do Rio Preto, S o Paulo, Brasil. Metodologia: Foram selecionados ao acaso 60 voluntários que receberam atendimento odontológico de urgência. Foi utilizada uma escala para avaliar o grau de ansiedade dos voluntários. Foi verificada também a press o arterial e a frequência cardíaca dos pacientes em três períodos distintos: pré, trans e pós-anestesia odontológica. Resultados: A ansiedade n o foi afetada pelas faixas etárias, apenas pelo gênero. A ansiedade n o deve ser uma barreira, entre profissional/paciente e, ainda, a ansiedade apresentada n o é um sinal clínico levado em considera o para a aplica o de medidas de controle. Conclus o: N o houve altera o da press o arterial sistólica, diastólica e da frequência cardíaca em rela o ao grau de ansiedade e dor e ao tipo de solu o anestésica empregada. Purpose: To evaluate the influence of anxiety on blood pressure and heart rate during dental care in patients of the Dentistry Clinic in Rio Preto University Center - UNIRP, S o José do Rio Preto, S o Paulo, Brazil. Methods: A sample of 60 volunteers who sought for the dental screening service was selected. We used a scale to evaluate the volunteers’ anxiety level. Blood pressure and heart rate of patients were also checked in different periods of the dental treatment. Results: Most of the volunteers were women. The relation between anxiety and pain before treatment, revealed that 54 (90. 0%) had no pain. The patients had low anxiety towards the use of different anesthetic solutions used during dental procedures. There was no statistically significant difference concerning to systolic blood pressure at first and, after application of anesthetic, given the degree of anxiety. Heart rate does not change as a function of anxiety. There is a slight change in heart rate after anesthesia, and it soon gets back to normal. Conclusion: There was no difference in behavior of systolic and diastolic blood pressure in relation to the anxiety level and pain, measured before, during and after the procedure. Heart rate did not change during dental treatment in the patient anxiety level.
On a weak Jelonek's real Jacobian Conjecture in $\R^n$
Alexandre Fernandes,Carlos Maquera,Jean Venato Santos
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: Let $Y:\R^n\to\R^n$ be a polynomial local diffeomorphism and let $S_Y$ denote the set of not proper points of $Y$. The Jelonek's real Jacobian Conjecture states that if $\codim(S_Y)\geq2$, then $Y$ is bijective. We prove a weak version of such conjecture establishing the sufficiency of a necessary condition for bijectivity. Furthermore, we generalize our result on bijectivity to semialgebraic local diffeomorphisms.
Seed germination ecophysiology of the wild pineapple, Ananas ananassoides (Baker) L.B.Sm. (Bromeliaceae)
Silveira, Fernando Augusto Oliveira;Santos, Jean Carlos;Fernandes, Geraldo Wilson;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062010000400026
Abstract: in this study we investigated the effects of light, temperature, and storage on seed germination of the wild pineapple ananasananassoides, an understorey species found in cerrado woodlands. seeds were germinated at temperatures of 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 oc and a 12-hr photoperiod and continuous darkness for 30-d. seeds were photoblastic and the optimum temperatures for germination were 25 and 30 oc. seeds stored for 12-mo at room temperature and at 4 oc were set to germinate at optimum conditions. germinability of stored seeds did not differ from that of recently collected seeds, regardless of storage temperature, indicating their physiological potential for seed bank formation. our results suggest that as in tropical rainforests, light may be an important factor controlling recruitment from seed banks for small-sized species from the cerrado woodlands.
Asphondylia fructicola, a new species of Cecidomyiidae (Diptera) associated with Solanum sp. (Solanaceae) from Brazil
Maia, Valéria Cid;Santos, Jean Carlos;Fernandes, G. Wilson;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262009000200002
Abstract: asphondylia fructicola sp. nov. is described and illustrated on the basis of the larva, pupa, male, female, and gall. this species induces galls on fruits of solanum sp. (solanaceae) in amazonia, brazil.
Edible Seeds and Nuts Grown in Brazil as Sources of Protein for Human Nutrition  [PDF]
Jullyana B. Freitas, Daniela C. Fernandes, Ludmila P. Czeder, Jean Carlos R. Lima, Amanda G. O. Sousa, Maria Margareth V. Naves
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2012.36114
Abstract: Edible seeds and nuts can contribute to an adequate intake of protein, particularly in vegetable-based diets. However, there are relatively few reports with insufficient data regarding the protein quality of these foods, especially of edible seeds and nuts from Brazil. The aim of this study was to investigate the chemical composition and in vivo protein quality of two edible seeds (baru almond and peanut) and two nuts (Brazil nut and cashew nut) grown in Brazil. The proximate composition and the amino acid profile were analyzed. The true protein digestibility and the protein quality of these foods were evaluated by bioassay with male weanling Wistar rats over a period of 14 days, and the Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) was estimated. Edible seeds and nuts presented high contents of proteins (16.3 to 32.3 g/100g), lipids (42.7 to 57.9 g/100g) and dietary fibers (6.5 to 14.3 g/100g). Lysine was found to be the limiting amino acid in baru almond, peanut and Brazil nut, which had amino acid scores ranging from 71% to 76%. Cashew nut had no limiting amino acid. These foods showed high protein digestibility (around 90%) except for baru almond (75%), and their PDCAAS values varied significantly (57%, for baru almond, and 90%, for cashew nut). The edible seeds and nuts grown in Brazil provide a high density of energy and nutrients and they can be used as complementary sources of proteins.
Produtividade da chicória (Cichorium endivia L.) em fun??o de tipos de bandejas e idade de transplante de mudas
Reghin, Marie Yamamoto;Otto, Rosana Fernandes;Olinik, Jean Ricardo;Jacoby, Carlos Felipe Stülp;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000300021
Abstract: endive (cichorium endivia l.) production has increased in brazil, where it is currently considered an important vegetable, being consumed mainly as salad. however, the studies about this crop are scarce. this work aimed to avaluate the effects of tray types and age of seedlings at transplanting on endive yield. seedlings were produced under protected cultivation, with the cultivar af-254 (sakata). the experimental design used was a randomized blocks, with four replications, and the treatments arranged in a factorial scheme 4x3, being four seedlings age at transplanting (25, 30, 35 and 42 days after sowing) and three tray types (with 128, 200 and 288 cells). the substrate used was plantmax?. seeds were sowed between the period of march, 11th to march, 28th, in 2005, with the intervals of seven days from the first to second sowing, and five days from each other. the seedlings were tranplanted in may, 23th, in plots with three rows and plants arranged in 0,30x0,30m. plants were harvested as they reached maturation. seedlings produced on tray of 128 cells were superior, independent of the age. the highest difference was observed when trays with 128 and 288 cells were compared. the highest point of seedlings development was observed between 30 and 40 days on the three tray types. the best option for endive production was obtained from seedlings produced on tray of 128 cells and with ages of 30 and 35 days. the high yield obtained with the seedlings from 128 trays repay the cost on seedlings production.
Viabilidade do sistema de produ??o de mudas em bandejas em três cultivares de cebola
Reghin, Marie Yamamoto;Otto, Rosana Fernandes;Olinik, Jean Ricardo;Jacoby, Carlos Felipe Stülp;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000400020
Abstract: the present trial was realized in ponta grossa (pr) and aimed to evaluate the viability of onion seedling production in polyestyrene trays, compared to conventional system on seedbed, using three cultivars the experimental design used was a randomized block with three replications. the treatments were arranged in a factorial scheme 3x3, being three seedlings type (from trays with 200 and 288 cells and from seedbed), and three cultivars (mercedes, bola precoce and crioula). seedlings production on trays were realized under protected cultivation and seedlings from seedbeds produced in the field. seeds were sowed in may,15th. at 57 days the seedlings were evaluated and then transplanted in plots with four rows and plants arranged in 0,40x0,08m, with 312.500 plants.ha-1. the harvest was realized according to the plant maturation stage. bulbs were dried and then yield were evaluated. the production cost and seedlings viability were calculated. it was observed the seedlings from trays were superior when compared to seedlings from seedbed, mainly those from 200 cells.this higher seedling quality reflected on later performance obtaining the highest yield from trays of 200 cells. it was intermediary with 288 trays and lower from seedbed seedling. it was observed low seedling useful from seedbed during the selection process (50%). in the case of hybrid the cost of seedling production in seedbed was high, almost comparable to seedling production of open pollinated cultivars on trays of 288 cells. the best cultivars were crioula and mercedes. seedlings production on trays mainly on 200 cells showed viability and represents an important alternative to increase onion yield in a competitive market.
Influência do tipo de bandeja na produ??o de mudas e no rendimento e qualidade de bulbos de cebola de diferentes cultivares em cultivo sob palhada
Reghin, Marie Yamamoto;Otto, Rosana Fernandes;Jacoby, Carlos Felipe Stülp;Olinik, Jean Ricardo;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542006000100008
Abstract: onion crop (allium cepa l.) is one of the important vegetable on south, with 71,8% of the whole onion area in brazil. from this total, paraná state shows only 8,6% having low yield of 10,7 t/ha. its necessary advance on the usual technology and new techniques to become competitive. this experiment aimed to evaluate seedlings production on differents trays and its performance on plant development, bulb yield and quality under no tillage system. seedlings production were carrried on protected cultivation, with a experimental design of randomized block and three replications; the treatments followed a factorial scheme 4 x 3, being four cultivars (mercedes, bola precoce, crioula and montana) and three polystyrene trays (128, 200 and 288 cells). seedlings obtained from trays of 128 cells were named m1, and those one obtained from 200 (m2) and 288 (m3). the substrate was plantmax? and seeds were sowed in june, 16th. at 54 days seedlings were avaluated on the characteristics of height of upper part and root, fresh and dry weight of up ground and root material. at the field trial, the seedlings were transplanted at 55 days using a experimental design with three replications and the following treatments: mercedes m1; mercedes m2; mercedes m3; bola precoce m1; bola precoce m2; bola precoce m3; crioula m1; crioula m2; crioula m3; montana m1; montana m2 and montana m3. during plant development it was avaluated the lenght of upper part, leaves number and the neck diameter. the harvest was realized in differents data in according of plants maturation. bulb yield were avaluated and graded by diameter into classes. the different trays (128, 200 and 288 cells) promoted the development of seedlings with different size. the best seedling quality was obtained from trays of 128 cells to all cultivars mainly on the characteristics of height of upper part, fresh weight of upper ground material and root lenght. the seedlings promoted expressive plant development, high yield (79,23 t.8000 m
Efeito do espa?amento e do número de mudas por cova na produ??o de rúcula nas esta??es de outono e inverno
Reghin, Marie Yamamoto;Otto, Rosana Fernandes;Olinik, Jean Ricardo;Jacoby, Carlos Felipe Stülp;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542005000500006
Abstract: rocket crop has presented increment of production in brazil. in the other hand it has been noted the research in this crop is rare and insufficient to give enough support to increase yield. on the strength of it the present experiment had the aim to avaluate yield response on rocket crop in function of within row spacing with density of two or four seedlings per hole, during autumn and winter season in ponta grossa (pr). the experimental design was a randomized blocks with four replications. the treatments were arranged in a factorial scheme 4 x 2, being four within row spacing (5, 10, 15 and 20 cm) and two density of seedlings per cell (two or four). the seedlings were produced on trays of 200 cells under protected cultivation, with the cultivar cultivada, during the period of march, 28 to april, 16 on autumn season, and at july, 11 to august, 5 on winter season. four or two seeds per cell were sowed. each plot had 32 plants, arranged in four rows spaced 20 cm among them. at harvest at thirty days of transplanting on autumn season and at thirty-five days on winter season it was avaluated: lenght of upper part, leaves number, fresh and dried matter and yield of fresh matter.m-2. on the individual plant characteristic it was observed superior yield response of two seedlings/cell density and within row as 15 and 20 cm on lenght of upper part, leaves number, fresh and dried matter weight per plant. however, considering the usual way of commercialization of rocket mainly on bunch the narrow within row spacing as 5 cm on autumn season and both the narrow within row spacing and density of four seedlings promoted the highest yield on fresh matter weight.m-2. compared to winter season it was observed earlier harvest about 11 days in autumn when predominated temperatures around 200 c.
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