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Comprimento da estaca e tipo de substrato na propaga??o vegetativa de atroveran
Costa, Larissa Corrêa do Bomfim;Pinto, José Eduardo Brasil Pereira;Bertolucci, Suzan Kelly Vilela;
Ciência Rural , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782007000400040
Abstract: the vegetative propagation of medicinal species is in increasing agronomic interest because it is the starting point and a basic tool for any cultivation in commercial scale. the objective of this work was to determine the best shoot cutting length and the best substrate for vegetative propagation of ocimum selloi. cuttings were placed in greenhouse conditions under intermittent mist. two cutting sizes (10 and 20cm) and three substrate types (washed sand, carbonized rice hulls and commercial substrate plantmax?) were tested. the experiment was in blocks randomly distributed in four replications and five cuttings for parcel. after thirty five days the percentage of rooting, the length of the bigger root (cm) and the leaf and root dry weight (mg) were analysed. the results indicated that the vegetative propagation of ocimum selloi by cuttings is viable, once its mean rooting was over 70%. it was not observed significative interaction within the adopted treatments. the cuttings with 20cm length presented larger leaf and root dry weight but the percentage of rooting and the length of the bigger root was not affected by the cutting lenght. the substrate types did not present effect on the development of the cuttings. the production of ocimum selloi seedlings is recommended with 20cm length cuttings using any substrate tested.
Qualidade fisiológica de sementes de Ocimum selloi benth: sob condi??es de luz, temperatura e tempo de armazenamento
Costa, Larissa Corrêa do Bomfim;Pinto, José Eduardo Brasil Pereira;Bertolucci, Suzan Kelly Vilela;Guimar?es, Renato Mendes;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542010000300021
Abstract: "atroveran" or "elixir-paregórico" (ocimum selloi benth.) is a brazilian species that produces an essential oil rich in methyl chavicol. this work aimed to evaluate the influence of light, temperature and time of storage in different environments on the germination and vigor of o. selloi seeds. we initially tested the influence of presence and absence of white light in a 12-hour photoperiod to determine the photoblastism of the seeds under different temperatures (20, 25, 30 and 35oc). the physiological quality of seeds conserved under two temperatures (room temperature and cold chamber) was tested at 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 10 and 12 months of storage. the species was classified as neutral photoblastic with germination at a wide temperature range (20oc-30°c). germination was maintained for twelve months of storage in cold chamber at room temperature, but the vigor was reduced in seeds kept at room temperature after the sixth month of storage.
Effects of coloured shade netting on the vegetative development and leaf structure of Ocimum selloi
Costa, Larissa Corrêa do Bomfim;Pinto, José Eduardo Brasil Pereira;Castro, Evaristo Mauro de;Alves, Eduardo;Bertolucci, Suzan Kelly Vilela;Rosal, Louise Ferreira;
Bragantia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052010000200012
Abstract: the objective of this work was to investigate the effects of shading on the growth and development of the medicinal plant ocimum selloi after 90 days. seedlings were maintained under three different light treatments, namely, full sunlight vs coloured shade treatments provided by red and blue chromatinet? 50% coloured netting. after 90 days of cultivation, height, stem diameter, petiole length, total leaf area (tla), specific leaf area (sla), leaf area ratio (lar) and leaf weight ratio (lwr) of each plant hare measured. microscopic examination of leaf sections were conducted in order to determine the leaf blade thicknesses, together with the size and density of the stomata, the number and area of chloroplasts, and chloroplast starch grains present in the palisade parenchyma cells. although coloured shade-grown plants were taller in comparison with those grown in full sunlight, total dry biomass together with root, stem and leaf tissue biomasses were lower. plants exhibited phenotypic plasticity, as demonstrated by the different tla, sla, lar and lwr values that were recorded under the various light treatments. stomatal density and leaf thickness was increased in plants maintained in full sunlight owing to the expansion of the abaxial epidermis and the spongy parenchyma. chloroplasts were more numerous and larger in plants grown under shading, whilst the accumulation of chloroplastic starch grains was greater in plants grown under red shading or in full sunlight.
Tipos e doses de aduba??o organica no crescimento, no rendimento e na composi??o química do óleo essencial de elixir paregórico
Costa, Larissa Corrêa do Bomfim;Pinto, José Eduardo Brasil Pereira;Castro, Evaristo Mauro de;Bertolucci, Suzan Kelly Vilela;Corrêa, Ricardo Monteiro;Reis, érika Soares;Alves, Péricles Barreto;Niculau, Edenilson dos Santos;
Ciência Rural , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782008000800013
Abstract: the organic fertilization provides nutrients for the plants, improves the soil physical structure, increases the water retention, reduces the erosion losses and favors the biological control. ocimum selloi is a native medicinal plant of south and southeast of brazil where is used popularly as antidiarrhetic, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory. this research aimed to verify the effect of different doses of two organic fertilizers souces in o. selloi growth, essential oil yield and chemical composition. the experiments were carried out in lavras, mg, with pots in polyethylene greenhouse with two manuring treatments: test a - cattle manure: 1) soil without manuring (control); 2) soil + 3kg m-2 cattle manure; 3) soil + 6kg m-2 cattle manure; 4) soil + 9kg m-2 cattle manure; 5) soil + 12kg m-2 cattle manure; test b - chicken manure: 1) soil without manuring (control); 2) soil + 1.5kg m-2 chicken manure; 3) soil + 3 kg m-2 chicken manure; 4) soil + 4.5kg m-2 chicken manure and 5) soil + 6kg m-2 chicken manure. the influence of cattle and chicken manuring doses was verified on plant height, stem diameter, dry biomass weight, tla, sla, lwr, chlorophylls content, leaf thickness, essential oil yield and composition.
Influência da idade da planta na produ??o de óleo essencial de alevante
Oliveira, Ariana Reis Messias Fernandes de;Jezler, Caroline Nery;Oliveira, Rosilene Aparecida;Costa, Larissa Corrêa do Bomfim;
Revista Ceres , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-737X2012000200013
Abstract: the essential oil content and chemical composition are genetic characteristics and can be influenced by the environment and the developmental stage or age of the plant. thus, this study aimed to evaluate the influence of the plant age on production and quality of essential oil of peppermint. the experiment was conducted in ilhéus, ba from may to december 2009. the treatments consisted of harvesting the plant at six ages (60, 90, 120, 150, 180 and 210 days after transplantation) using completely randomized design with four replications. the essential oil was obtained by hydrodistillation in a clevenger modified apparatus. the identification of chemical constituents was performed by gas chromatography with mass spectrometry (gc-ms). the highest content of essential oil (1%) was obtained at 120 days while the highest content the majority compounds α-fenchol (49.92%) and cis-myrtanol (30.03%) reached its highest value at 120 and 150 days after transplanting, respectively.
Secagem e fragmenta??o da matéria seca no rendimento e composi??o do óleo essencial de capim-lim?o
Costa, Larissa C. do B.;Corrêa, Ricardo M.;Cardoso, Júlio César W.;Pinto, José Eduardo B.P.;Bertolucci, Suzan K.V.;Ferri, Pedro H.;
Horticultura Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-05362005000400019
Abstract: in this study the drying and fragmentation conditions of lemongrass leaves were determined, to increase the essential oil yield. four replications of six treatments were studied with 2 drying methodologies (oven-drying at 40oc and room temperature using moisture dryer) and 3 fragmentation sizes (powder obtained in mill, 1 cm and 20 cm fragments). the essential oil was extracted in clevenger's modified apparatus during 2 hours. the higher essential oil yield and citral content was obtained with the leaves dried under room temperature using moisture dryer, with no significant differences in the fragmentation sizes.
Intestinal Microbiota, Obesity and Insulin Resistance—What Are the Relationships?  [PDF]
Lígia Maria Cordeiro Misurini, Nicole do Prado Olbrzymek do Prado Olbrzymek, Cicera Aparecida Mendes, Letícia Godoy Dias Sanderson, Renata Florenzano Flores, Luiz Henrique Corrêa Portari Portari, Luciana Corrêa de Souza Rodrigues, Diana Aristotelis Rocha de Sá, Larissa Bianca Paiva Cunha de Sá, Alberto Krayyem Arbex
Health (Health) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/health.2018.104029
Abstract: Obesity is a public health problem and its prevalence increases every year, resulting from a complex interaction between genetic, metabolic and environmental factors, as well as cultural influences. The Intestinal Microbiota is composed of trillions of microorganisms by forming a symbiotic relationship with the host and helping the absorption of various nutrients, increasing the extraction of components of the diet, the lipogenesis and intestinal permeability. Studies show that there is difference between the composition of the intestinal microbiota of an obese person and a healthy one. The purpose of this article is to review the literature on the relationship between the Intestinal Microbiota, Obesity and Insulin Resistance and also illustrate some studies on the subject.
Free Instrument for Movement Measure
Norberto Pe?a,Bruno Cecílio Credidio,Lorena Peixoto Nogueira Rodriguez Martinez Salles Corrêa,Lucas Gabriel Souza Fran?a,Marcelo do Vale Cunha,Marcos Cavalcanti de Sousa,Jo?o Paulo Bomfim Cruz Vieira,José Garcia Vivas Miranda
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: This paper presents the validation of a computational tool that serves to obtain continuous measurements of moving objects. The software uses techniques of computer vision, pattern recognition and optical flow, to enable tracking of objects in videos, generating data trajectory, velocity, acceleration and angular movement. The program was applied to track a ball around a simple pendulum. The methodology used to validate it, taking as a basis to compare the values measured by the program, as well as the theoretical values expected according to the model of a simple pendulum. The experiment is appropriate to the method because it was built within the limits of the linear harmonic oscillator and energy losses due to friction had been minimized, making it the most ideal possible. The results indicate that the tool is sensitive and accurate. Deviations of less than a millimeter to the extent of the trajectory, ensures the applicability of the software on physics, whether in research or in teaching topics.
Políticas de saúde e alega??es de propriedades funcionais e de saúde para alimentos no Brasil
Stringheta, Paulo César;Oliveira, Tania Toledo de;Gomes, Ricardo Corrêa;Amaral, Maria da Penha Henriques do;Carvalho, Ant?nio Fernandes de;Vilela, Miriam Aparecida Pinto;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Farmacêuticas , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-93322007000200004
Abstract: this article establishes the relationship between public health policies in brazil and the criteria adopted by anvisa for the approval of functional property claims and, or, of health for food and for bioactive substances and isolated products. it also comments on brazilian legislation about functional property claimed food and, or, on healthy claimed food, new foods, bioactive substances and isolated probiotics, emphasizing the obligation to registering such products before the competent agencies. it presents the national feeding and nutrition policies directives, national policy for health promotion, feeding guide for the brazilian population and global strategy on diet, physical activity and health under the scope of world health organization. it enhances the convergence of directives of these policies that focus on the reduction of non-transmissible chronic diseases in the public by means of healthy feeding and physical activity. it highlights the orientations directed to governments and to the industry so as to implement these procedures. through the presentation of evaluation criteria for the scientific basis of the claims, proposed by international agencies, it aims at offering subsidies for the understanding of the food technology over public health, and for the understanding of the criteria adopted by anvisa for the evaluation of functional property claims and health.
Prevalência e variáveis associadas à inatividade física em indivíduos de alto e baixo nível socioecon?mico
Reis, Helena Fran?a Correia dos;Ladeia, Ana Marice Teixeira;Passos, Everton Carvalho;Santos, Flávio Guilherme de Oliveira;Wasconcellos, Larissa Tapioca de;Correia, Luís Cláudio Lemos;Menezes, Marta Silva;Santos, Renata Dáttoli Gouvêa;Bomfim, Victor Guerrero do;Rocha, Mário de Seixas;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2009000300007
Abstract: background: studies that considered only the leisure physical activity found that the physical inactivity is higher among lower-income individuals. there is a possibility that this association shows modifications, when considering transportation, work and domestic activities. objective: to determine whether there is a difference between the prevalence of physical inactivity between individuals of high and low socioeconomic levels. methods: the sample consisted of individuals of both sexes, aged 18 or older, from two groups of different socioeconomic levels. the low socioeconomic level (lsel) group consisted of the parents of students from a public school. the high socioeconomic level (hsel) group consisted of the parents of students from a private college. the international physical activity questionnaire (ipaq) was used to determine the level of physical activity. results: a total of 91 individuals were evaluated in the lsel group and 59 in the hsel group. in the lsel group, 42.9% (39) of the individuals were classified as insufficiently active, compared to 57.6% (34) of individuals in the hsel group. taking as a parameter of physical inactivity the time of weekly physical activity < 150 minutes, there was a decrease in the classification of inactivity in both groups, although with the maintenance of higher inactivity among individuals of hsel (49.2% vs 28.6%; p= 0.01). conclusion: the individuals of hsel are more sedentary than the individuals of lsel.
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