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Efeito de reguladores de crescimento, aplicados em diferentes épocas, e da incis?o anelar dos ramos principais sobre a produ??o da laranjeira de umbigo 'Monte Parnaso'
Sch?fer, Gilmar;Koller, Otto Carlos;Sartori, Ivar Ant?nio;Casali, Michel Elias;Lima, Jurandir Gonalves de;
Ciência Rural , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782001000400003
Abstract: the present trial was carried out aiming to increase fruit set of 'monte parnaso' (citrus sinensis [l.] osbeck) navel oranges budded on trifoliate orange (poncirus trifoliata [l.] raf.) rootstocks grown in the state of rio grande do sul, brazil. in 1996, six-year-old navel orange trees were sprayed with growth regulators combined or not with girdling. the following treatments (t) was conducted: t1) control; t2) spraying of five ppm of ga3 at the end of petal fall; t3) girdling 10 days after petal fall; t4) t2 plus t3; t5) spraying of 15ppm 2.4-d; t6) t4 plus t5; t7) girdling in november 15th; t8) t5 plus t7; t9) t6 plus t7; t10) t6 plus spraying of 10ppm of ga3 and 15ppm of 2.4-d in may of 1998; t11) t9 plus spraying of 10ppm of ga3 and 15ppm 2.4-d in may of 1998. the results showed increased the weight (45%) and number of fruits produced. the treatments did not affect the fruits average and total soluble solids, titratable total acidity and percentage of juice contents.
Produ??o da laranjeira-de-umbigo 'Monte Parnaso' com incis?o anelar de ramos e uso de reguladores vegetais
Koller, Otto Carlos;Sch?fer, Gilmar;Sartori, Ivar Antonio;Panzenhagen, Nestor Valtir;Lima, Jurandir Gonalves de;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452006000300019
Abstract: in order to reduce early fruit drop and increment fruit production of 'monte parnaso' oranges (citrus sinensis [l.] osbeck), during the season 2001/2002 orange trees from an 11 years old orchard grafted onto poncirus trifoliata (l.) raf. located in butiá, rio grande do sul, brazil, were submitted to the following treatments: 1) control (no girdling and no growth regulator sprays); 2) girdling of branches after 10 days of petal drop; 3) girdling of branches after june drop; 4) 5 mg.l-1 of ga3 sprayed 10 days after petal drop; 5) 15 mg.l-1 of 2,4-d sprayed at the end of june drop; 6) 50 mg.l-1 of 2,4-d sprayed at the end of june drop; 7) 10 mg.l-1 of ga3 plus 15 mg.l-1 of 2,4-d sprayed on may 14th, 2001 and may 11th, 2002; 8) combination of treatments 2 and 3; 9) combination of treatments 2, 3 and 7. the experiment was conducted in a randomized block design with 5 replicates and 3 trees as experimental units. the results indicate that spraying 5 mg.l-1 of ga3 10 days after petal drop increase fruit weight production but reduce fruit average weight in relation to other treatments that enhances the fruit production; spraying 15 mg.l-1 of 2,4-d in november after june drop reduce fruit juice content; and to have higher fruit production one of the following procedures are recommended: girdling of branches or spraying 5 mg.l-1 of ga3 10 days after petal drop, spraying 15mg.l-1 or 50 mg.l-1 of 2,4-d in november after june drop or spraying orange trees with 10 mg.l-1 of ga3 plus 15 mg.l-1 of 2,4-d in may.
Ressec??o de metástase hepática de sarcomas de partes moles
Silva, Rinaldo Gonalves da;Paiva, Rubens Kesley Siqueira de;Santos, Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues;Melo, Eduardo Linhares Riello de;Dias, Jurandir de Almeida;Bravo Neto, Guilherme Pinto;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912006000600010
Abstract: background: the objective of this study was to evaluate the surgical treatment of patients with liver metastasis of soft tissue sarcomas, with emphasis on the identification of prognostic factors and survival. methods: this is a retrospective analysis of liver resections for metastatic soft tissue sarcomas performed at national institute of cancer in rio de janeiro, between 1992 and 2002. demographic factors, characteristics of the primary and metastatic tumors, disease free interval, type of liver resections, overall survival and disease free interval after liver resections were studied. statistical analysis were performed with version 8 spss and epiinfo 2002. results: in five patients the primary tumor was localized at the gastrointestinal tract, in four at the retroperitoneum, in one at the uterus and in one at the deltoid muscle. ten of the tumors were leiomyosarcomas and one was a dermatofibrosarcoma. six patients had g2 differentiation grade tumors and the other five had g3 tumors. five patients underwent to segmentectomies, four to lobectomies and two to major hepatic resections. two patients underwent to extra-hepatic associated resections. complete resection was accomplished in seven patients. multivariate analysis showed that overall survival was directly affected by complete resection with a 49-month survival for r0 resections compared to a 15-month survival for patients with residual disease (p<0.05). similarly, patients with g2 tumors had a 49-month survival compared to a 15-month survival for patients with g3 tumors (p<0.0447). conclusion: liver resections for hepatic metastasis of soft tissue sarcomas can improve overall survival particularly for patients with complete resection (r0) and for low grade tumors.
Performance of 'Oneco' mandarin on six rootstocks in South Brazil
Gonzatto, Mateus Pereira;Kovaleski, Alisson Pacheco;Brugnara, Eduardo Cesar;Weiler, Roberto Luis;Sartori, Ivar Ant?nio;Lima, Jurandir Gonalves de;Bender, Renar Jo?o;Schwarz, Sergio Francisco;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2011000400010
Abstract: the objective of this work was to assess the effect of six rootstocks on yield, fruit quality, and growth of 'oneco' mandarin during the first seven harvesting seasons, in butiá, rio grande do sul state, brazil. the rootstocks evaluated were: 'swingle' citrumelo (citrus paradisi × poncirus trifoliata), 'caipira' orange (c. sinensis), 'troyer' citrange (c. sinensis × p. trifoliata), 'rangpur' lime (c. limonia), 'volkamer' lemon (c. volkameriana), and 'flying dragon' trifoliata orange (p. trifoliata var. monstrosa). plants budded onto 'flying dragon' had the lowest vegetative development, which indicates the dwarfing characteristics of this rootstock, and had the highest mean production efficiency, despite low yield. plants grafted on 'volkamer' lemon and 'rangpur' lime had the highest alternate bearing. under the experimental conditions evaluated, the most adequate rootstocks for mandarin 'oneco' are 'swingle' citrumelo and 'troyer' citrange, regarding fruit yield and quality.
Porta-enxertos para a tangerineira 'Michal' no Rio Grande do Sul
Brugnara, Eduardo Cesar;Schwarz, Sergio Francisco;Koller, Otto Carlos;Bender, Renar Jo?o;Weiler, Roberto Luis;Gonzatto, Mateus Pereira;Sch?fer, Gilmar;Martins, Flávia Targa;Lima, Jurandir Gonalves de;
Ciência Rural , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782009005000068
Abstract: 'michal' tangerine (citrus clementina x c. tangerina) can be a good choice as canopy for early maturing fruit production in rio grande do sul. the limitation is the lack of information about its performance and management. the aim of this research was to evaluate the development, production and fruit quality of 'michal' tangerine grafted on five rootstocks: 'troyer' citrange, 'swingle' citrumelo, 'cravo' lemon, 'sunki' tangerine and 'flying dragon' trifoliate orange, in the depress?o central of rio grande do sul. the following variables were evaluated: plant height; trunk circumference; canopy projection area (apc); produced fruit number and weight (mf); mf/apc relation (ip); juice total soluble solids (sst) and total titrable acidity (att); fruit size and juice content. 'swingle' citrumelo provided good vigor, yield, ip, sst and att for 'michal', while 'cravo' lemon induced good vigor, yield, ip and fruit size. both are good recommendations as rootstock for orchards of 'michal'.
Stress, Executive Function, Resilience and Quality of Life in Portuguese Subjects in Situations of Economic Insufficiency and Unemployment  [PDF]
Eduardo Gonalves, Saul Neves de Jesus
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2015.54040
Abstract: The aim of this study is the investigation of the impact of stress of Portuguese subjects in situations of economic insufficiency and unemployment on executive function and quality of life and the coping strategies and resilience skills used. The sample consists of 41 participants. The psychometric instruments used are validated for Portuguese population, measure (perceived) stress, coping, material deprivation, resilience and quality of life, defined by World Health Organization. Executive function has been evaluated through performances at Stroop and Berg tasks. It has been concluded that, in this population, resilience skills and active coping strategies are positively correlated with quality of life. Quality of life is negatively correlated with material deprivation. Active coping strategies are supported by adequate executive function, which neurobiological substrate is dorso-lateral prefrontal cortex. Not active coping strategies correlate negatively with cognitive flexibility, suggesting the presence of a deficit at infero-lateral prefrontal cortex.
High frequency heart rate variability evoked by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the medial prefrontal cortex: A preliminary investigation on brain processing of acute stressor-evoked cardiovascular reactivity  [PDF]
Eduardo Manuel Gonalves, Saul Neves de Jesus
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2013.34035

Introduction: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive technique for brain stimulation. Repetitive TMS (rTMS) over the medial Prefrontal Cortex (mPFC), Broadman Area 10 (BA10) may stimulate transynaptically perigenual Anterior Cingulate Cortex (pACC, BA 33), insula, amigdala, hypothalamus and connected branches of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) involved in stressorevoked cardiovascular reactivity. Stressors are associated with an increase in sympathetic cardiac control, a decrease in parasympathetic control, or both, and, consequently, an increase in systolic/stroke volume, total vascular impedance/resistance and heart rate, a decrease of baroreflex sensitivity, i.e., an increase in blood pressure/arterial tension. Objectives and Aims: The present work aims, using TMS and accordingly to Gianaros modeling, based on functional neuroimaging studies and previous neuroanatomical data from animal models, to probe the connectivity of brain systems involved in stressor-evoked cardiovascular reactivity and to explore TMS potential as a tool for detection and stratification of individual differences concerning this reactivity and hemorreological risk factors correlated with the development of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD). Methods: Both subjects, a 52 years old male and a 40 years old female with previous increased Low Frequency (LF)/High Frequency (HF) Heart Rate Variability (HRV) ratios (respectively, 4.209/3.028) without decompensated cardiorespiratory symptoms, gave informed consent, and ethico-legal issues have been observed. Electroencephalographic (EEG) monitoring has been performed for safety purposes. Immediately after administration, over the mPFC, of 15 pulses of rTMS, during 60 second, with an inductive electrical current, at the stimulating coil, of 85.9 Ampère per

Healthcare access and the patterns of maternal health care utilization among poor and non-poor women living in urban areas in Portugal  [PDF]
Isabel Craveiro, Paulo Ferrinho, Bruno de Sousa, Luzia Gonalves
Health (Health) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/health.2013.512265

Introduction: Studies on attitudes and practices are increasingly used but not specifically related to the motivations for the use of reproductive health care among women of fertile age, living in urban areas and in different social contexts. Objectives: The aim of this study was to estimate the associations between the variables of social status (degree of poverty in the studied groups) and the variables of fecundity (representations, tensions, practices and control of fertility) and, in addition, to compare access to health care in the different studied groups, assessing the association between use of maternal health care and poverty in urban areas. Design: A case-control study was conducted in the Municipality of Lisbon, Portugal, with a total sample of 1513 women of fertile age: 499 cases of women considered very poor were selected from the database of beneficiaries of RSI (Social Welfare Payment for Inclusion); 1014 controls (two controls for each selected case), divided as 507 poor women selected from the other beneficiaries of Santa Casa da Misericórdia in Lisbon and 507 non-poor women selected from four Health Centers from the Municipality of Lisbon, Portugal. A total of 1054 women answered the questionnaire: 304 cases (response rate of 61%) and 750 (response rate of 74%) controls. The statistical analysis involved descriptive analysis and multinomial logistic regression. Results: The analysis confirms the association between poverty and patterns and representations of fecun

dity regarding pregnancy planning. The results of this study thus show the existence of different distributions on several variables and the gradients of poverty. Regarding access to health care, the major impact of poverty on women

Construction of Assistive Technology for Blind Women: Handbook on Behavioral Contraceptive Methods  [PDF]
Mariana Gonalves de Oliveira, Lorita Marlena Freitag Pagliuca
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.523222
Abstract: It notes the need of searching for technologies and strategies that encompass the universe to be reached, considering the peculiarities of each customer. Thus, there is a need to develop educational technologies on sexuality in accessible formats and inclusiveness to promote health to the blind people. This study aimed to describe the construction of an assistive technology for blind women on sexual and reproductive health, with a focus on behavioral contraceptive methods. This is a study of development of assistive technology on sexual and reproductive health. Results presented in two categories: 1) content and 2) appearance. The construction of educational textbooks for blind people is to facilitate the lives of these people.
Quantum Chemical Studies of Endofullerenes (M@C60) Where M = H2O, Li+, Na+, K+, Be2+, Mg2+, and Ca2+  [PDF]
Osmair Vital de Oliveira, Arlan da Silva Gonalves
Computational Chemistry (CC) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/cc.2014.24007
Abstract: Quantum chemical calculations were performed to investigate the structural and electronic properties of seven endofullerenes. The interaction energies indicated that all of the chemical species are stable inside the fullerene for each complex. The ionization potential and electron affinity values suggest that the endofullerenes consisting of alkaline earth ions are the most reactive and that the dipole moment decreased according to the following order: Be2+@C60 (4.75) > Mg2+@C60 (3.14) > Ca2+@C60 (2.24) > Li+@C60 (1.26) > Na+@C60 (0.76) > H2O@C60 (0.24) > K+@C60 (0.00 Debye). These results imply that the solubility of endofullerenes in a polar solvent may increase from H2O@C60 to Be2+@C60. The energetic gaps indicate that Be2+@C60 and Mg2+@C60 possess a higher electrical conductivity, and the UV spectra show a shift in the bands to the visible light region. The results of this work may be useful for the development of new endofullerenes.
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