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Crescimento de Pistia stratiotes em diferentes condi??es de temperatura e fotoperíodo
Cancian, Leonardo Farage;Camargo, Antonio Fernando Monteiro;Silva, Gustavo Henrique Gonzaga;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062009000200027
Abstract: temperature and photoperiod are abiotic variables that directly influence aquatic macrophyte production. they also determine the geographic distribution of the species and affect community structure. the aim of this study was to evaluate the growth of pistia stratiotes in different temperature and photoperiod regimes. p. stratiotes plants were conditioned in growth chambers with controlled temperature and photoperiod. six treatments were used: 1 (15 oc/8 h photoperiod); 2 (15 oc/12 h); 3 (25 oc/8 h); 4 (25 oc/12 h); 5 (30 oc/8 h) and 6 (30 oc/12 h). the highest biomass gain occurred with treatment number 4 which showed significant differences (p<0.05) compared to treatments number 1, 5 and 6. in treatments 1, 5 and 6 the final biomass was lower than the initial biomass of p. stratiotes. the greatest biomass reduction occurred in treatment number 6 which was significantly lower than in treatments 2, 3 and 4. the highest sprout production was observed in treatments at 25 oc, while in treatments at 15 oc and 30 oc sprouting was greatly reduced. we conclude that temperature and photoperiod influence p. stratiotes growth and higher growth rates occurred at 25 oc and 12-hour photoperiod.
Resenhas - A Fronteira e a Expans o Territorial no Brasil: Resistências, Lutas e Massacres
Eblin Farage
Em Pauta : Teoria Social e Realidade Contemporanea , 2010,
The P450 oxidoreductase, RedA, controls development beyond the mound stage in Dictyostelium discoideum
Daniela C Gonzalez-Kristeller, Layla Farage, Leonardo C Fiorini, William F Loomis, Aline M da Silva
BMC Developmental Biology , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1471-213x-8-8
Abstract: Annotation of the sequenced genome of D. discoideum revealed the presence of three genes (redA, redB and redC) that encode putative members of the diflavin oxidoreductase protein family. redA transcripts are present during growth and early development but then decline, reaching undetectable levels after the mound stage. redB transcripts are present in the same levels during growth and development while redC expression was detected only in vegetative growing cells. We isolated a mutant strain of Dictyostelium discoideum following restriction enzyme-mediated integration (REMI) mutagenesis in which redA was disrupted. This mutant develops only to the mound stage and accumulates a bright yellow pigment. The mound-arrest phenotype is cell-autonomous suggesting that the defect occurs within the cells rather than in intercellular signaling.The developmental arrest due to disruption of redA implicates CPR in the metabolism of compounds that control cell differentiation.NADPH-cytochrome-P450 oxidoreductase (CPR, EC is a ubiquitous enzyme that is required for activity of the microsomal cytochrome-P450 (CYP) monooxygenase system [1,2]. This system is involved in the metabolic activation and/or detoxification of numerous foreign compounds as well as in the metabolism of endogenous substrates, such as steroids, alkaloids and fatty acids [3,4]. CPR belongs to a family of diflavin oxidoreductases which also includes the flavoprotein subunit of bacterial sulfite reductase (SiR) as well as a methionine synthase reductase and the cytoplasmic NADPH-dependent diflavin oxidoreductase 1 (NDOR1) identified in eukaryotic cells [5-8]. In addition, the diflavin reductase domain is found in fusion with cytochromes P-450 or with hemoprotein forming complex multidomain enzymes such as the cytochromes P450BM3 and the nitric oxide synthases [6].CPR is a membrane anchored ~78 kDa enzyme which contains one molecule each of FAD and FMN bound as prosthetic groups that facilitate transfer of
A ética da palavra entre os Wapishana
Farage, Nádia;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69091998000300007
Abstract: the article deals with ethical principles which are the grounds for the rhetorical codification of the wapishana, people belonging to the maipura/arawak linguistic branch, and living between the rivers branco and rupununi, at the border of brazil and guyana. according to this codification, there is a necessary link between soul and language, which associates its decorous use - as dialogue par excellence - to the human sociability. through this, the article seeks to establish the wapishana conception of human nature.
A ética da palavra entre os Wapishana
Farage Nádia
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 1998,
Abstract: O artigo explora princípios éticos que fundamentam a codifica o retórica dos Wapishana, povo de filia o lingüística Maipura/Arawak, habitante no interflúvio Branco/Rupununi, fronteira entre Brasil e República da Guiana. Nesta codifica o, uma equa o necessária se estabelece entre linguagem e alma, vinculando o uso decoroso daquela - o diálogo, por excelência - à sociabilidade humana. Por esta via, o artigo busca circunscrever a concep o que sustentam os Wapishana quanto à condi o humana.
Pensamiento constructivo y variables sociodemográficas en estudiantes de primero a tercer semestre de la facultad de psicología de la Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga
Leonardo Yovany álvarez Ramírez,Judy Jackie Camargo Correa
Psicología desde el Caribe , 2007,
Abstract: El objetivo de este estudio fue establecer la modalidad de pensamiento constructivo de acuerdo con algunas variables sociodemográficas en estudiantes de primero a tercer semestre del programa de Psicología de la UNAB. La muestra estuvo compuesta por 70 estudiantes. A dicha muestra se le aplicó el inventario de pensamiento constructivo y algunas preguntas sociodemográficas. Los resultados indican que los estudiantes varones presentan una mejor puntuación en pensamiento constructivo que las mujeres. Además, los estudiantes mayores presentan mayor puntuación en pensamiento constructivo que los jóvenes.
A síndrome do "burn-out": sofrimento psiquico nos profissionais de saúde
Hugo Leonardo Rodrigues Soares,Carlos Eduardo Camargo Cunha
Revista do Departamento de Psicologia. UFF , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/s0104-80232007000200021
The “behind-the-knee” test for menstrual tampon irritation  [PDF]
Miranda A. Farage, Kenneth W. Miller, William J. Ledger
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2012.21006
Abstract: Colposcopic inspection of the vagina is a routine component of the safety assessment of intravaginal products. However, colposcopic findings occur frequently in healthy women, raising questions about their relevance to intravaginal product safety. Practical disadvantages limit the utility of colposcopy for evaluating menstrual tampons, among them the presence of background microtrauma, the inability to assess effects during menstruation, and, importantly, the question of whether post-hoc assessments are sufficiently sensitive to detect small inflammatory changes. The Behind-the-knee (BTK) test is an alternative for evaluating inflammatory and tissue dryness effects of physical articles by their repeated application to the popliteal fossa under an elastic bandage. It enables concurrent parallel comparisons of experimental and control articles over time and substantially increases the sensitivity of detecting small changes in tissue inflammation. With this protocol, uncompressed experimental and control tampons yielded comparable relative and absolute erythema scores (after overnight recovery) as did colposcopic assessment of the lower genital tract 3 to 48 hours after menstrual use. Scoring erythema in the BTK test immediately after product removal increased the level of visually discernible inflammation 6-fold. In a study of commercial menstrual pads, subclinical inflammation visualized with cross-polarized light correlated with the frequency of subjective reports of discomfort during the test and discriminated the relative tolerability of the two products determined by market surveillance, providing added confidence in the predictive value of the test. We believe the BTK test to be a valuable alternative to colposcopy for assessing inflammation and dryness associated with menstrual tampons.
Assessment of pressure generated by catamenial pads in genital and behind-the-knee sites in vivo  [PDF]
Miranda A. Farage, Heidi L. Tucker, Fancheng Wang
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2012.22022
Abstract: We conducted an in vivo pilot study to evaluate the pressure exerted by a feminine hygiene pad worn in the traditional way in the genital area and behind the knee, as measured using a novel pressure sensor device. The purpose was to determine whether pressure measured behind the knee correlated with genital pressure, thereby showing that behind-the-knee pressure measurements could be extrapolated to genital pressures recorded under clinical in-use conditions. Four female volunteers wore each of 3 currently marketed feminine hygiene pads and the sensors on the genital area and behind the knee while walking, sitting, and standing for approximately 2 minutes of each activity. Four participants completed the walking and sitting portions of the study and three completed the walking, sitting, and standing portions. The pressure data collected for all 3 pads in both the genital and BTK locations were similar inn both clinical tests. The preliminary results obtained in this clinical pilot study successfully confirm that pressure exerted from feminine hygiene pads in the BTK clinical test model is very similar to real product wear conditions.
Instrumenta??o anterior da coluna em espondilite tuberculosa mal de pott: Relato de caso
Farage, Luciano;Martins, Johnny Wesley Gon?alves;Farage Filho, Miguel;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2002000100026
Abstract: we report a case of a surgical treatment with anterior instrumentation in tuberculous spondylitis (pott's disease), in a 71 years old woman, that was in treatment for pulmonary tuberculosis, with lumbar pain, progressive disability to walk, kyphotic deformit and vesical dysfunction. magnetic resonance image presents a lesion in the bodies of t12 and l1, with paravertebral abscess. the patient was treated surgically by transthoracic-abdominal approach. the vertebral bodies were cut off and the spine were instrumented anteriorly with a mesh cage and a z plate. this procedure permits a good arthrodesis and a immediately stabilization of the spine, without any complication of the infection. the patient was seen a year after the surgery and is free of infection, without motor deficit, pain or reminiscent kyphosis.
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