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A Touch of Play  [PDF]
Marília T. de A. Gomes Gurgel, Márcia Oliveira Moraes
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.57071
Abstract:

The present paper presents data from an intervention-research, which is also a therapeutic experience, accomplished with a group of disabled children accompanied by the adults who take care of them, in an institution specialised in rehabilitation, located in Niterói/RJ, Brazil. The research departed from an interrogation about the possibilities opened up by a device, the Play Workshop, toward the interaction between the children and children and adults, away from the diagnostic categories attributed to the children. Based on authors such as Despret, Martins and others, the paper discusses the limits and reach of the notion of disability and points out that play is a creation and bond strengthening space between the children and between them and adults. Due to its inter-relational character, playing allowed the arousal of a welcoming field to the emotions involved. This way we stimulated participants’ self-knowledge about their actions, experiences and own bodies.

Laticíferos articulados anastomosados: novos registros para Apocynaceae
Demarco, Diego;Kinoshita, Luiza Sumiko;Castro, Marília de Moraes;
Brazilian Journal of Botany , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-84042006000100012
Abstract: laticifer presence is universal in apocynaceae, in the classic literature the type described for this family is the non-articulated. later researches have proved the occurrence of articulated laticifers only in four species, giving rise to controversies on their origin. the results obtained in our studies differ from those reported for most species of this family. in both aspidosperma australe müll. arg. (rauvolfioideae) and blepharodon bicuspidatum fourn. (asclepiadoideae), the laticifers are of the articulated anastomosing type because they are formed by adding cells with rapidly dissolving transverse walls. laticifers originate from ground meristem and/or procambium and form a branched system, they are in secretory phase since the early stages of formation in different organs, releasing latex only when the plant is damaged. the laticifer walls are exclusively pectic-cellulosic and their chemical characteristics probably change during their development. vegetative organ laticifers occur in all stem and leaf tissues, except epidermis and medullary parenchyma of a. australe. in the flower, laticifers are found in all floral organs, except in the medullary parenchyma of the pedicel of a. australe and in the ovules of both species. the presence of the same type of laticifer in these two genera, which represent the most divergent subfamilies within the apocynaceae corroborates the current circumscription of this family. the latex has protective function, allowing the species of this family to succeed in different environments.
Anatomia foliar de cinco espécies de Polygala de restinga e cerrado
Aguiar-Dias, Ana Cristina Andrade de;Yamamoto, Kikyo;Castro, Marília de Moraes;
Rodriguésia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2175-78602012000200012
Abstract: the ecological plasticity observed in plants that inhabit different vegetation formations is often accompanied by morphological variations, the leaf being the vegetative organ with the greatest structural variation. in view of this concept, the leaf anatomy of five species of polygala l. occurring in restinga (sandy coastal plain) and cerrado (savanna) areas in the state of s?o paulo were analyzed in order to inventory their principal characters and describe their leaf structure, to thus compare them and assess the possibility of verifying structural patterns common to the ecological conditions of both vegetation formations. the species studied were: p. cyparissias a.st.-hil. & moq., p. laureola a.st.-hil. & moq., p. paniculata l. found in restinga, and p. angulata dc. and p. violacea aubl. emend. marques occurring in campo cerrado and cerrad?o margin areas, respectively. the middle region of the leaf blade and petiole proximal region of each leaf were processed following the usual techniques for scanning electron and light microscopy. the results show two structural patterns common to the species from the restinga and cerrado area formations: mesomorphic characteristics are observed in p. laureola, p. paniculata, and p. violacea, and xeromorphic in p. cyparissias and p. angulata.
Utiliza??o de estruturas secretoras na identifica??o dos gêneros de Asteraceae de uma vegeta??o de cerrado
Castro, Marília de Moraes;Leit?o-Filho, Hermógenes de Freitas;Monteiro, Walkyria Rossi;
Brazilian Journal of Botany , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-84041997000200007
Abstract: (the use of secretory structures for identification of genera of asteraceae from cerrado vegetation). in order to verify the possible taxonomic value of secretory structures in species of asteraceae, structure types were surveyed in leaves of 72 representatives of this family occuring in cerrado vegetation in the reserva biológica de moji gua?u (s?o paulo state, brazil). leaves were selected and prepared using the normal techniques for herbarium material; whole leaves were cleared and stained, and hand-cut section made in the median region. ducts, idioblasts, hydathodes and 10 different kinds of trichomes were found. when these structures are considered, they are all of diagnostic value at generic level, and it was possible to construct a key to the genera occurring in cerrado vegetation. at tribal level, the data from the present survey suggest affinities between representatives of eupatorieae and heliantheae, and show the vernonieae to be relatively homogeneous; these affinities were based on presence and absence of the various types of secretory structures and their position on the leaves.
Hemisincarpia e nectário apendicular enfocados através de ontogênese floral em Mandevilla velame (A. St.-Hil.) Pichon, Apocynoideae
Gomes, Sueli Maria;Kinoshita, Luiza Sumiko;Castro, Marília de Moraes;
Brazilian Journal of Botany , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-84042008000100009
Abstract: mandevilla velame (a. st.-hil.) pichon is a subshrub with a peculiar albo-lanuginose indument and white showy flowers. the meaning of this work is to contribute for the morphologic knowledge of this species. developmental stages of their flowers had been registered in scanning electron microscopy - sem. sepals initiation is unidirectional spiraled dextrorse, composing the quincuncial aestivation. the petals and staminal primordia initiated in a pentagonal dome. before the closure of the corolla, their lobes overlap in imbricate dextrorse aestivation. the staminal primordia are initially presented as convex-rounded domes, later they become ovate and filament elongates by intercalate growth. the gynoecium formed is hemisyncarpic with a congenitally connate base. it is argued on the mixed origin of the gynoecium and the " secondary apocarpy" pointed out for the family is questioned and a new ontogenetic pattern is proposed. the nectary is appendicular, it being constituted of a ring deeply pentalobed and congenitally adnate to the ovary. this result differs from that one related for the other specie of this genus. methodological adaptations for sem studies are presented.
Development and some histochemical aspects of foliar glandular trichomes of Stevia rebaudiana (Bert.) Bert. - Asteraceae
MONTEIRO, WALKYRIA ROSSI;CASTRO, MARíLIA DE MORAES;MAZZONI-VIVEIROS, SOLANGE CRISTINA;MAHLBERG, PAUL GORDON;
Brazilian Journal of Botany , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-84042001000300013
Abstract: the ten-celled biseriate glandular trichome of stevia rebaudiana (bert.) bert.-asteraceae, found on both leaf surfaces, originates from a single protruding, protodermal cell undergoing an anticlinal division. a subsequent series of periclinal divisions, occurring in acropetal sequence, leads to the formation of the trichome, composed of five pairs of cells, one pair of basal cells, another of stalk cells and three pairs of secretory head cells. developing, still two-celled glandular trichomes already occur on leaf primordia of the second pair (these primordia measuring, in some cases, ca. 0.30 mm in length), and most of the glandular trichomes are at the mature phase on very young, expanding leaves, for example on those of the sixth pair. the secretory material released by the head cells is stored in the trichome cavity (subcuticular space). basic histochemical tests reveal that such material is lipophilic (mainly) and hydrophilic in nature.
Fatores de risco para a n?o ades?o ao tratamento com terapia antiretroviral altamente eficaz
Colombrini, Maria Rosa Ceccato;Dela Coleta, Marília Ferreira;Lopes, Maria Helena Baena de Moraes;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342008000300011
Abstract: the purpose of the study was: to measure the prevalence of non-compliance to highly active antiretroviral therapy(haart) by aids patients; to identify whether some of the factors listed in health literature were associated with non-compliance; to establish the predictive values of non-compliance to haart-related factors. an analytic prevalence study (n=60) was performed, in which the three days prior to the interview were considered. those classified as compliant were the patients who ingested 95% or over of the total amount of pills prescribed a day. compliance appeared as 73.3%. the multivariate logistic regression analysis indicated that the black subjects presented 6.48 times higher risk for non-compliance. those who did not present side effects showed 7.6 times higher risk, and a risk of 1.12 for each pill taken. the compliance observed in the study proved to be higher than in literature. the sociodemographic and cultural factors may interfere in the compliance with haart.
Contribui es da educomunica o para a escola como espa o de comunica o participativa e de educa o dialógica
Cristiane Maros,Marília Crispi de Moraes Maciel,Patrícia Schmidt
Poiésis , 2010,
Abstract: The article results of the analysis of the intern communication deficiencies evidenced in a privateeducation institution and it suggests to link actions of educomunication and institutional communication as aform to make the best of the place of school to the charge of the free democratic flow of information. In thisperspective, the student directly starts to act in the construction of the communicative processes at school andwith a school community (parents, teachers, employees and external public).
Development and some histochemical aspects of foliar glandular trichomes of Stevia rebaudiana (Bert.) Bert. - Asteraceae
MONTEIRO WALKYRIA ROSSI,CASTRO MARíLIA DE MORAES,MAZZONI-VIVEIROS SOLANGE CRISTINA,MAHLBERG PAUL GORDON
Brazilian Journal of Botany , 2001,
Abstract: The ten-celled biseriate glandular trichome of Stevia rebaudiana (Bert.) Bert.-Asteraceae, found on both leaf surfaces, originates from a single protruding, protodermal cell undergoing an anticlinal division. A subsequent series of periclinal divisions, occurring in acropetal sequence, leads to the formation of the trichome, composed of five pairs of cells, one pair of basal cells, another of stalk cells and three pairs of secretory head cells. Developing, still two-celled glandular trichomes already occur on leaf primordia of the second pair (these primordia measuring, in some cases, ca. 0.30 mm in length), and most of the glandular trichomes are at the mature phase on very young, expanding leaves, for example on those of the sixth pair. The secretory material released by the head cells is stored in the trichome cavity (subcuticular space). Basic histochemical tests reveal that such material is lipophilic (mainly) and hydrophilic in nature.
Atividade antioxidante e viabilidade de sementes de girassol após estresse hídrico e salino
Carneiro, Marília Mércia Lima Carvalho;Deuner, Sidnei;Oliveira, Pablo Valad?o de;Teixeira, Sheila Bigolin;Sousa, Camila Pinho;Bacarin, Marcos Antonio;Moraes, Dario Munt de;
Revista Brasileira de Sementes , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31222011000400017
Abstract: this study aimed to evaluate the effect of agents inducing water and saline stress on the seed germination and early growth and antioxidant activity in sunflower seedlings. sunflower seeds, cv. m735, were germinated on moistened paper in solutions with osmotic potentials of 0.0, -0.2, -0.4 and -0.8 mpa induced by peg 6000 and nacl. the germination test was conducted with four samples of 100 seeds and four replicates per treatment, in a germination chamber at 25 oc without light. we evaluated the final percentage and speed of germination index, and the initial growth and activity of antioxidant enzymes in sunflower seedlings. water stress induced by peg 6000 increased the percentage of seeds germinated in the potential of -0.2 mpa, on the other hand, for nacl in the potential of -0.8 mpa, there was a significant reduction. for this same potential, there was also a reduction in the rate of seed germination speed index in both conditioning agents. for the parameters of growth, shoot length decreased linearly with increasing concentrations of peg 6000 and nacl. as for the dry mass of leaves and roots and root length, this effect was more significant only in the potential of -0.8 mpa. the enzymes sod, apx and cat activity tended to be lower in seedlings originating from seeds in peg 6000. in the presence of nacl, the activity of sod in the leaves increased significantly in the three tested for potential witnesses. for apx and cat increase was observed at potentials of -0.2 and -0.4 mpa. in the roots there was no significant difference. an analysis of the evaluated parameters indicates that sunflower cv m735, under the conditions tested, showed tolerance to drought stress and salt until the potential of -0.4 mpa.
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