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O trabalho infantil doméstico e o processo de escolariza??o
Alberto, Maria de Fátima Pereira;Santos, Denise Pereira dos;Leite, Fernanda Moreira;Lima, José Wilson de;Wanderley, José Carlos Vieira;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822011000200010
Abstract: the paper reports on a research that aimed to verify the relation between domestic child labour and the scholarship process. the research had the participation of 100 subjects from both sexes, with ages between 07 and 18 years old. it was used two instruments: the first identified if the child or the adolescent were workers, and the second was a questionnaire composed by open and closed questions. to analyse data, it was used analysis of contents of bardin, descriptive statistical and the software spss. results reveal that 80,0% of the subjects have repeated at school, and 85,0% have low scholar performance; and the biggest reason for repetition was the difficulty with scholar structure. it is concluded, then, that there are implications of the work executed in scholarship process and the relation between domestic labour and scholarship process influence one another.
Estudo comparativo de métodos para a determina??o da concentra??o de carbono em solos com altos teores de Fe (Latossolos)
Segnini, Aline;Santos, Larissa Macedo dos;Silva, Wilson Tadeu Lopes da;Martin-Neto, Ladislau;Borato, Carlos Eduardo;Melo, Wanderley José de;Bolonhezi, Denizart;
Química Nova , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422008000100020
Abstract: soil organic matter (som) plays an important role in physical, chemical and biological properties of soil. therefore, the amount of som is important for soil management for sustainable agriculture. the objective of this work was to evaluate the amount of som in oxisols by different methods and compare them, using principal component analysis, regarding their limitations. the methods used in this work were walkley-black, elemental analysis, total organic carbon (toc) and thermogravimetry. according to our results, toc and elemental analysis were the most satisfactory methods for carbon quantification, due to their better accuracy and reproducibility.
Efetividade da metilprednisolona na fase aguda do trauma raquimedular: revis?o sistemática dos ensaios clínicos randomizados
Botelho, Ricardo Vieira;Daniel, Jefferson Walter;Boulosa, José Luis Romeo;Colli, Benedicto Oscar;Farias, Ronald de Lucena;Moraes, Osmar José Santos;Pimenta Jr., Wilson Eloy;Ribeiro, Carlos Henrique;Ribeiro, Francisco Ricardo Borges;Taricco, Mario Augusto;Carvalho, Marcio Vinhal de;Bernardo, Wanderley Marques;
Revista da Associa??o Médica Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-42302009000600019
Abstract: steroid therapy has been tested as a protector in spinal cord injury. multicenter studies evaluating the methylprednisolone (mp) in post traumatic neurological recovery have shown promising results according to nascis. a large number of critical studies related to the nascis results have been published. objective: to review literature related to use of methylprednisolone compared with placebo. methods: this analysis added the average improvement achieved in groups of patients who used mp and placebo (pl) to the average scores of groups at baseline, before treatment, resulting in the final neurological outcome for both groups. results: the motor score of the mp group was only 2.5 points higher than the pl in a one year follow-up. in neurologically intact patients, the total score is 70 points. improvement in sensitive scores was also discrete (1.1 and 1.7 points for the pinprick and light touch respectively). a high rate of complications was observed in a group of patients about 60 years old who used mp. conclusion: differences in the clinical magnitude of benefit obtained (not confirmed by other studies) with the use of mp or pl are not significant, in comparison with the potential for complications when using methylprednisolone.
Avalia??o da perda sanguínea na artroplastia total do joelho com e sem soltura do torniquete
Vasconcelos, José Wanderley;Vasconcelos, Gerusa de Arruda;
Acta Ortopédica Brasileira , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-78522011000100007
Abstract: objective: to evaluate blood loss in patients submitted to cemented total knee arthroplasty with and without perioperative tourniquet release for hemostasis. methods: seventy-two patients (eighty knees) were submitted to total knee arthroplasty, allocated into two groups: in group 1, in which the pneumatic tourniquet was maintained until suture and dressing of the operated wound, and group 2, in which the pneumatic tourniquet was released intraoperatively after cementing the prosthesis, with direct hemostasis, before the suture and dressing. the patients were evaluated for blood loss by the suction drain, and hemoglobin and hematocrit counts, at intervals of 2, 24 and 48 hours in the postoperative period tube. results: there was no significant difference between the groups in terms of postoperative blood loss or decrease in hemoglobin and hematocrit parameters. only one patient, from group 2, required a blood transfusion in the postoperative period. conclusion: postoperative blood loss in tka was similar with and without perioperative release of the pneumatic tourniquet for hemostasis.
Disponibilidade de níquel em solo tratado com lodo de esgoto e cultivado com sorgo
Revoredo, Marcos Donizeti;Melo, Wanderley José de;
Bragantia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052006000400019
Abstract: the presence of the heavy metal nickel in plants growing in soils treated with sewage sludge can be a restraining factor for using this waste in agriculture. the aim of this paper was to evaluate nickel availability and absorption by sorghum plants in soil treated with sewage sludge contaminated with increasing doses of nickel. the experiment was carried out in a greenhouse, in pots, using samples of a typic haplustox. soil samples were collected 0 and 128 days after the experiment was established. the statistical design adopted was completely randomized, with five treatments (four doses of nickel in the sewage sludge and one control without sewage sludge and only with mineral manure) with four replicates. the application of sewage sludge contaminated with increasing doses of nickel resulted in proportional increasing contents of "total" and available nickel in soil. mehlich-1 and mehlich-3 extracted the highest concentrations of nickel in this soil. mehlich-3 was the extractant that obtained the highest correlation with the concentrations of nickel in sorghum plants. with the increasing concentrations of nickel in the soil occurred an increase in the absorption of this heavy metal by 39.93; 101.16; 152.58 e 171.38 %, by sorghum plants.
Hidrólise da uréia em latossolos: efeito da concentra??o de uréia, temperatura, pH, armazenamento e tempo de incuba??o
Longo, Regina Marcia;Melo, Wanderley José de;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832005000400018
Abstract: this study evaluated the kinetics of urease hydrolysis in two different brazilian soils (rhodic oxisols): a typic alumino-ferric red latossol and a typic distrophic red latosol. the trials were carried out to study the effects of air drying, soil sampling, storage conditions and temperature, ph, time of incubation, and substrate concentration on the urease activity. results showed that best conditions for soil sample storage after air-drying for a 7-day period were at room temperature or at a temperature of 5 oc. for the studied conditions the best incubation time was one hour at 25-30 oc, without ph buffering. the ideal urea concentration suggested for the detection of the maximum velocity was 3.3 g l-1 for the typic alumino-ferric red latossol and 2.5 g l-1 for the typic distrophic red latosol.
Enzyme activity and microbial biomass in an Oxisol amended with sewage sludge contaminated with nickel
Revoredo, Marcos Donizeti;Melo, Wanderley José de;
Scientia Agricola , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90162007000100009
Abstract: the role of nickel in soils of tropical areas under the application of sewage sludge is still not very well known. this study was carried out under greenhouse conditions in jaboticabal, s?o paulo state, brazil, with the objective of evaluating the impact of the application of sewage sludge previously contaminated with rates of nickel (329, 502, 746 and 1119 mg kg-1, dry basis) on a soil cropped with sorghum, in relation to soil enzyme activity and soil microbial biomass. soil samples were collected at the beginning and the end of the experiment. the experimental design was completely randomized, with five treatments (control and four rates of ni in the sewage sludge) and four replications. c and n of the soil microbial biomass and enzyme activities (acid and alkaline phosphatases) were sensitive indicators for impact evaluation caused by sewage sludge contaminated with nickel. there were positive correlations between "total" and extractable nickel (mehlich 1) with c-microbial biomass and negative with the microbial c/n relationship. n-microbial biomass correlated positively with "total" and extractable ni at the last sampling. at the end of the experiment, the acid phosphatase activity correlated negatively with "total" ni while the alkaline phosphatase correlated with both forms of the metal.
Air Quality Monitoring and Its Implication on the Environmental Licensing Process in Brazil  [PDF]
José Carlos de Moura Xavier, Wilson Cabral de Sousa Junior
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2014.51001

In the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, public policies regarding the air quality aimed at the welfare of the population are strongly dependent on monitoring conducted by the Sao Paulo State Environmental Company (CETESB), which can be influenced by faulty monitors and equipment support and cuts in power supply, among others. A research conducted from 1998 to 2008 indicated that a significant portion of the air quality automatic stations in the state of Sao Paulo did not meet the criterion of representativeness of measurements of PM10, NO2, O3, CO and SO2 concentrations which resulted in the classification of some municipalities as the nonattainment area, a situation evidenced for PM10 and O3 parameters. The network unavailability for each parameter was estimated and compared with the monitoring networks operated in Canada and the UK. This paper discusses the implications of the lack of representativeness of measurements in the environmental licensing process of pollution sources from 2008, when by the effect of state law, municipalities have been qualified according to their air quality nonattainment level.

Significados e Usos Sociais da Expertise na Militancia Ambientalista
Ferreira de Oliveira,Wilson José;
Av?? , 2009,
Abstract: esse artigo examina os significados e as lógicas sociais da utiliza??o de recursos de expertise no ativismo ambientalista. os procedimentos analíticos concentraram-se numa história social do setor de prote??o ambiental e na investiga??o da diversidade de esferas e de redes sociais articuladas às trajetórias familiares, escolares, militantes e profissionais dos militantes do rio grande do sul. os resultados obtidos demonstraram que os significados e a utiliza??o da expertise no ativismo ambiental, est?o associados a padr?es distintos de reconvers?o da forma??o e do exercício profissional em diferentes esferas de atividade, com base nos vínculos anteriores e/ou simultaneos estabelecidos pelos militantes com redes diversificadas de organiza??es e "movimentos sociais".
Gênese e redefini??es do militantismo ambientalista no Brasil
Oliveira, Wilson José Ferreira de;
Dados , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0011-52582008000300007
Abstract: this article examines the conditions under which environmental activism emerged and evolved in brazil from 1970 e 2006. the idea was to introduce a conceptual discussion on the relations between "opportunity structures", "political processes", and "individual involvement" in the emergence of mobilizations and collective protests. the methodology consisted of biographical interviews with three different generations of activists, focusing on the meanings associated with the use of academic training in activism, the principal modalities of militant careers, and the types of resources and social ties that support the activists' concepts and practices. the research showed that the period under study constitutes a milestone for the emergence of new patterns for reconverting university and professional training into militant resources for action in the "environmental field".
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