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Postural Balance in the Elderly with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Relationship to Accidental Falls  [PDF]
Josélia Braz dos Santos Ferreira, Selma Petra Chaves Sá, Rosimere Ferreira Santana, Ana Maria Domingos, Juliana Peres da Costa Pereira, Luciana Krauss Rezende
Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (OJTR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojtr.2016.42006
Abstract: This study analyzed postural balance in the elderly with mild cognitive impairment and its relationship to accidental falls. A quantitative and quasi-experimental method was used in a sample of 43 elderlies between 64 and 88 years old, mostly females. Data collection was performed in two Basic Health Units in the city of Rio de Janeiro in 2014. The instruments used were the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), Tinetti scale, Motor Scale for the Elderly (EMTI) scale, and Elderly Falls Diary. The data were analyzed with the SAS statistical software version 9.3.1. The scales were applied before and after the psychomotor interventions. A significant difference was observed between the evaluating moments. Balance improvements were observed in all age groups, suggesting that all elderlies, regardless of age, showed satisfactory responses to the implemented psychomotor activities. The elderlies who fell more frequently were those between 60 and 69 years old. It is noteworthy that the age group with the lowest incidence of falls was that of elderlies between 70 and 79 years old. It was concluded that psychomotor activities are beneficial, regardless of age, proving their effectiveness when continued stimuli with cognitive and psychomotor activities are carried out.
Ser?o os carrapaticidas agrotóxicos? Implica??es na saúde e na percep??o de riscos de trabalhadores da pecuária leiteira
Silva,Tatiana Pastorello Pereira da; Moreira,Josino Costa; Peres,Frederico;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232012000200006
Abstract: this article seeks to characterize the risks related to the use of pesticides in dairy production, in terms of legislation, health and perception of risk for workers involved in this activity. it is based on methodological articulation that included: a) systematic review of the reference literature on the research topic; b) analysis of related legislation (veterinary products and pesticides); c) risk identification regarding the use of veterinary products formulated using active ingredients listed as pesticides; d) and risk perception analysis of a group of dairy production workers. results indicate a situation of particular interest to public health. regarding dairy production workers, the invisibility of risks associated with handling pesticides for veterinary use, increases their exposure and is related to several health problems, especially for women. this same invisibility leads to a neglect of the prohibition period between pesticide use and consumption of other products. part of the problem may be associated with the non-classification of pesticides for veterinary use as 'pesticides' (they are classified as veterinary products), which highlights the importance and the urgency of discussion of the theme.
Production of Peanut Intercropped with Forage Palm in Pernambuco State, Brazil  [PDF]
Juliana Aparecida Santos Andrade, Jeandson Silva Viana, José Jairo Florentino Cordeiro Junior, Abra?o Cicero da Silva, Edilma Pereira Gon?alves, Djayran Sobral Costa
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.66088
Abstract: The greater use of crop fields by increasing plant population is an alternative to minimize losses to the farmers who use crop intercropped provides other benefits such as lower incidence of diseases and pests, and better exploitation and enrichment agroecosystem. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the population of peanuts with and without inoculation and intercropping with forage palm on growth, productivity and biomass peanut. The treatments consisted of different populations of peanut (one, two and three rows of peanut row spacing of two meters of cactus pear), with and without inoculant, analyzed in subdivided plot scheme (3 × 2), totalizing six treatments in a randomized block design with four replications. The variables evaluated were plant height, number of branches, shoot dry mass and root nodule number, nodule dry weight, biomass productivity and legumes. The largest population of plants in number of lines of peanut intercropped with forage cactus promotes greater total biomass production and yield of beans and does not alter the height, branch number, dry mass of aerial part roots and nodules. The inoculant application did not result in to increased productivity biomass and growth of peanut plants, their use is not indicated. The planting of a row of peanuts between the rows of palm is not economically recommended.
Simulated drift effect of glyphosate in different parts of Eucalyptus grandis plants Efeito da deriva simulada de glyphosate em diferentes partes da planta de Eucalyptus grandis
Andreia Cristina Peres Rodrigues da Costa,Neumárcio Vilanova da Costa,Maria Renata Rocha Pereira,Dagoberto Martins
Semina : Ciências Agrárias , 2012,
Abstract: The present work aimed to evaluate the effects of simulated drift of glyphoste on Eucalyptus grandis, through the application of low doses in different parts of the plant. The experimental design was a randomized block design with five replications. The treatments were glyphosate application at 0; 30; 60; 90 e 120 g a.e. ha-1 of the commercial formulation Scout . Three forms of application were used: applying on leaf, on stem, and on the entire plant (leaf + stem). For leaf application, stems were covered with plastic ribbons to protect them from the solution; the same was made with plants that were sprayed on stems, covering leaf with plastic bag. The application was carried out in an armed stationary spray tips XR 11002 VS, with 183 KPa pressure in volume of 200 L ha-1. The eucalyptus plants receiving applications in leaves and whole plant (leaves + stem) showing effects of intoxication are more intense about the plants that received the stem applications only. However, there may be increases in height growth and total dry mass of eucalyptus plants in applications of 30 g a.e. ha-1 glyphosate. No presente trabalho objetivou-se avaliar os efeitos da deriva simulada de glyphoste em plantas de Eucalyptus grandis, por meio da aplica o de doses reduzidas em diferentes partes da planta. Utilizouse o delineamento inteiramente casualizado, com cinco repeti es. Os tratamentos foram constituídos da aplica o de 0; 30; 60; 90 e 120 g e.a.ha-1 de glyphosate, da formula o comercial Scout . A aplica o foi realizada de três formas: aplica o sobre as folhas, no caule e na planta inteira (folha + caule). Para a aplica o nas folhas o caule foi coberto com fitas plásticas para evitar que fosse atingido pela solu o, e o mesmo foi feito com as plantas que receberam pulveriza o no caule, cobrindo as folhas com saco plástico. A aplica o foi realizada em um pulverizador estacionário, munido de pontas XR 11002 VS, com press o de 183 KPa e com consumo de calda de 200 L ha-1. As plantas de eucalipto que receberam aplica es nas folhas e na planta inteira (folhas + caule) apresentaram efeitos de intoxica o mais intenso em rela o às plantas que receberam aplica es somente no caule. Entretanto, pode ocorrer incrementos no crescimento em altura e na massa seca total das plantas de eucalipto em aplica es da dose de 30 g e.a. ha-1 de glyphosate.
Spray nozzles performance in the deposition of spray droplets on peanut crop Desempenho de pontas de pulveriza o na deposi o de gotas de pulveriza o na cultura do amendoim
Andreia Cristina Peres Rodrigues da Costa,Dagoberto Martins,Neumárcio Vilanova da Costa,Maria Renata Rocha Pereira
Semina : Ciências Agrárias , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of nozzles on spray droplet deposition in the peanut crop cultivar ‘Runner IAC 886’. The study was conducted in the field, and the applications of treatments performed in the vegetative stage (V1) and reproductive (R2). It was used the Brilliant Blue FDC – 1 as tracer in water solution, at 500 ppm. The treatments consisted of seven spray nozzle XR 110015 VS (150 L ha-1), XR 11002 VS (200 L ha-1), TX-VK 6 (150L ha-1), TX-VK 8 (200 L ha-1), AI 110015 VS (150 L ha-1), AI11002 VS (200 L ha-1) e TJ60 11002 VS (150 e 200 L ha-1). It was used a randomized blocks design, with four replications. After application, plants were immediately collected, and washed in 100 mL of distilled water for posterior tracer quantification in spectrophotometer. The data had been adjusted a regression curve for Gompertz model. The results had evidenced that at low volumes of application the nozzle AI 110015 VS and TJ60 11002 VS, were the ones with best distribution uniformity of spray on plants of peanut cultivar ‘Runner IAC 886’ in the vegetative stage (V1) and reproductive (R2) respectively, and the largest deposits and higher percentage of failures in applications have been found in younger plants by comparing the growth stages of application, regardless of the spray nozzle and volume. O objetivo deste estudo foi o de avaliar o efeito de pontas de pulveriza o na deposi o de gotas na cultura do amendoim da cultivar ‘Runner IAC 886’. O estudo foi realizado a campo, sendo as aplica es dos tratamentos realizadas nos estádios vegetativo (V1) e reprodutivo (R2). Foi utilizado como marcador o corante Azul Brilhante FDC -1 na concentra o de 500 ppm. Os tratamentos foram constituídos por sete pontas de pulveriza o: XR 110015 VS (150 L ha-1), XR 11002 VS (200 L ha-1), TX-VK 6 (150L ha-1), TX-VK 8 (200 L ha-1), AI 110015 VS (150 L ha-1), AI11002 VS (200 L ha-1) e TJ60 11002 VS (150 e 200 L ha-1). Utilizou-se o delineamento em blocos ao acaso, com 4 repeti es. Após a aplica o, as plantas foram imediatamente coletadas, e lavadas em 100 mL de água destilada para posterior quantifica o do marcador em espectrofot metro. Para as análises qualitativas, cada planta selecionada ao acaso dentro da faixa de aplica o da barra foi considerada uma repeti o, o que representou um total de 100 repeti es. Os dados obtidos foram ajustados à curva de regress o pelo modelo de Gompertz. Os resultados evidenciaram que independente do volume de aplica o as pontas AI 110015 VS e AI 11002 VS, foram as que proporcionaram maiores depósitos de calda
Micropropagación y estimativa de producción de mudas de bananos para la Amazonia Occidental
Oliveira, Janiffe Peres de;Costa, Frederico Henrique da Silva;Scherwinski-Pereira, Jonny Everson;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2008001000023
Abstract: the objective of this work was to determine multiplication rates and to estimate the in vitro plantlets production of the banana cultivars preciosa, maravilha, pacovan ken and japira, during six subcultures at different bap concentrations. after the multiplication, the rooted microplants were acclimatized, and the survival was determined after 30 days. multiplication rates reached 2.3 and 2.1 shoots per explant of 'preciosa' and 'maravilha', respectively, and 2.7 shoots per explant for 'pacovan ken' and 'japira', in 4 mg l-1 of bap. losses due contamination were 22.4%, and seedlings survival was superior to 96%.
Crescimento de mudas micropropagadas de bananeira aclimatizadas nas condi??es da Amaz?nia Sul Ocidental sob a influência de diferentes substratos e recipientes
Oliveira, Janiffe Peres de;Costa, Frederico Henrique da Silva;Pereira, Jonny Everson Scherwinski;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452008000200033
Abstract: for laboratories that produce thousands of micropropagated plants regularly, the optimization of the acclimatization phase is of fundamental importance to avoid excessive losses and to promote the development of the plants. the aim of this work was to evaluate the growth of micropropagated banana plantlets during the acclimatization under the influence of different substrates and recipients on conditions of south west amazon. shoots of banana, cv. grand naine, were rooted in ms medium, being the rooting plants transferred to a nursery, in two types of plastic dibble tubes (115 cm3 and 180 cm3) and six different substrates formulated from different portions of soil, carbonized rice hulls and bovine manure. evaluations of plant survival, height of the aerial part and pseudostem diameter were carried out each fifteen days, and at the end of 75 days, fresh and dry mass for the roots and aerial parts of the plants were also determined. it was verified that the plant survival was not influenced by the use of the 115 cm3 or 180 cm3 plastic dibble tubes. however, acclimatization accomplished in the 180 cm3 plastic dibble tubes provided larger growth in height and pseudostem diameter of the plants and, consequently, larger accumulation of fresh and dry mass of roots and aerial parts, when compared to the 115 cm3 plastic dibble tubes. among the substrates, it was observed that bovine manure was fundamental as substrate component to obtain the best results.
Fontes alternativas e doses de nitrogênio no milho safrinha em sucess?o à soja
Soratto, Rogério Peres;Pereira, Magno;Costa, Tiago Aparecido Mingotti da;Lampert, Vinícius do Nascimento;
Revista Ciência Agron?mica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-66902010000400002
Abstract: out-of-season corn yield can be increased by nitrogen sidedressing fertilization even when sowed after soybean harvest. however, there is result inconsistency especially as to nitrogen sources and rates for corn in the cropping system. in order to evaluate the effect of sources and rates of sidedressed nitrogen application on out-of-season corn grown after soybean crop, an experiment was carried out on an acrustox, in chapad?o do céu (go). a randomized complete block design, in 4x4 factorial scheme, and four replications was used. treatments included four sources (urea, ammonium sulfate, urea extruded with starch (amiréia? 180s), and ammonium sulfonitrate with nitrification inhibitor (entec? 26)) and four rates of nitrogen (0; 30; 60 and 120 kg ha-1). the source x rates interaction was not significant for any of the variables evaluated. sidedressing nitrogen application as entec promoted higher leaf nitrogen concentration than ammonium sulfate and amiréia. corn grain yield was higher when fertilized with sidedressing nitrogen as ammonium sulfate than amiréia. sidedressing nitrogen increased leaf nitrogen and sulfur concentrations, plant height, stem diameter, number of ear per plant, number of grains per ear, weight of 1,000 grains, and grain yield of out-of-season corn grown after soybean crop, regardless of the source used.
Efeito de agentes geleificantes alternativos no meio de cultura no cultivo in vitro de abacaxizeiro e bananeira
Costa, Frederico Henrique da Silva;Pereira, Maria Aparecida Alves;Oliveira, Janiffe Peres de;Pereira, Jonny Everson Scherwinski;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000100006
Abstract: the objective of this work was to test the agar action and its partial and total substitution for cassava starch as gelling agents in the culture media of banana and pineapple. axillary buds of 'rio branco' and 'quinari' cultivars were established and the multiplication rate evaluated by four subcultives in media with 2 mg.l-1 bap and 0,25 mg.l-1 naa, with the following combination of gelling agents: m1: agar (5 g.l-1), m2: agar (2,5 g.l-1) + cassava starch (60 g.l-1), m3: cassava starch (60 g.l-1), and m4: agar (2,5 g.l-1) + cassava starch (30 g.l-1). in a second experiment, for three successive subcultivation shoots of banana, 'grand naine' cultivar were evaluated in media composed with the following gelling treatments: mm1: agar (6 g.l-1); mm2: agar (3 g.l-1) + cassava starch (30 g.l-1); mm3: cassava starch (60 g.l-1) and; mm4: stationary liquid medium. to these media were added 0, 2, 4 and 6 mg.l-1 ba. to pineapple it was verified similar results when agar was completely substituted for cassava starch as gelling agent, but the combination agar + cassava starch provided the worse results when compared with gelling agents used separately. for banana shoots multiplication, the isolated or combined use of cassava starch did not improve the multiplication rates. the best results were obtained in medium with 2 mg.l-1 ba and agar as gelling agent. the shoot cultivation in liquid medium presented the lowest multiplication index.
Efeito da intera??o entre carv?o ativado e N6-benzilaminopurina na propaga??o in vitro de bananeira, cv. Grand Naine (AAA)
Costa, Frederico Henrique da Silva;Pereira, Jonny Everson Scherwinski;Pereira, Maria Aparecida Alves;Oliveira, Janiffe Peres de;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452006000200028
Abstract: active charcoal has the capacity to fix phenolic compounds released by the oxidation of manipulated tissues during in vitro cultivation. the present work objective was to evaluate the interaction effects between active charcoal, combined to different bap concentrations in the in vitro banana propagation, cv. grand nain (aaa). the culture medium used was the ms, solidified with 5 g.l-1 agar. cultures were kept in a growth room at 25 ± 2oc with a photoperiod of 16 h at 30 mmol.m-2s-1. it was evaluated the presence and the absence of active charcoal (0 and 3 g.l-1) and different concentrations of bap (0, 2, 4 and 6 mg.l-1) in the culture medium of four subcultures at four-week intervals. the experimental design was completely randomized in a 2x4 factorial scheme, and five replicas. after each subculture shoot height, multiplication rate, vigor, oxidation level and number of roots per shoot were evaluated. independently of bap concentrations, active charcoal had influenced significantly on the results. in general, the addition of active charcoal affected negatively the multiplication rate, while it improved the vigor, root number and decreased the oxidation level of the shoots. in the absence of activated charcoal, bap provided larger multiplication rates of shoots.
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