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Tireoide ectópica no mediastino anterior
Guimar?es, Maria José Araújo da Cunha;Valente, Carla Manuela Silva;Santos, Lèlita;Baganha, Manuel Fontes;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132009000400013
Abstract: ectopic thyroid is a rare condition, and its location in the anterior mediastinum is even rarer, there having been only 5 reported cases in the past 30 years. here, we describe 2 clinical cases and present a review of the literature regarding the etiology, embryology and clinical manifestations of ectopic thyroid.
Exigências nos percursos profissionais de gerentes de banco
Máximo, Thaís Augusta Cunha de Oliveira;Araújo, Anísio José da Silva;Zambroni-de-Souza, Paulo César;Alberto, Maria de Fátima Pereira;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822011000100008
Abstract: this paper deals with the trajectory of bank managers in joao pessoa with regard their job and education, spanning from their entry in the system up to the point when they hold a management position, searching to understand this through authors who analyze the work and its transformation from a clinical perspective, like zarifian, dejours and schwartz, as well as those that deal with the bank work, as it is the case of jinkings, merlo and barbarini. sixteen interviews have taken place with general or intermediaries managers. the study showed that they are submitted to a great pressure with respect to their general ability, competence to obtain results and availability to the bank. it was noted, however, that even fulfilling these demands they do not have stability in the position. they argue that the company continually demands further effort, in an unreachable level, spoiling their health. this research addresses some questions and doubts about the benefits with respect to the autonomy and formation that managers are subject as a consequence of the banking system restructuring.
Disponibilidade, acúmulo e toxidez de cádmio e zinco em milho cultivado em solo contaminado
Cunha, Karina Patrícia Vieira da;Nascimento, Clístenes Williams Araújo do;Pimentel, Rejane Magalh?es de Mendon?a;Accioly, Adriana Maria de Aguiar;Silva, Airon José da;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832008000300039
Abstract: a greenhouse experiment was carried out to evaluate: (a) the soil cd and zn availability to maize plants with and without liming, using the dtpa, edta, mehlich-1, and mehlich-3 extractants; (b) the effect of cd and zn doses on plant growth and metal accumulation in maize; and (c) toxicity symptoms and anatomical changes in leaves and roots exposed to cd and zinc. maize was grown for 30 days in soil contaminated with either cd (0, 1, 3, 5, 10, 20 mg kg-1) or zn (0, 10, 30, 50, 100, 150 mg kg-1). highly significant correlations were found between all extractants tested and metal plant contents. the metal addition to soil reduced biomass production and increased cd and zn plant contents. the critical toxicity value for cd in soil varied from 8.7 to 13.1 mg kg-1, whereas for zn this value lied between 74.1 to 110.7 mg kg-1, depending on liming and extractant type. interveinal and marginal chlorosis together with necrosis in the leaf apex and along the margins were observed for zn treatments. on the other hand, leaf chlorosis, shriveling and curling were the most common symptoms in cadmium-damaged plants. increased cell wall lignification in vascular tissues, epidermis, collenchyma, and endoderm cells were associated to critical toxicity values of cd and zn in soil.
Treinamento de sobrecarga muscular n?o afeta o diametro das principais veias dos membros inferiores em mulheres adultas com insuficiência venosa
Silva, Gigliola Cibele Cunha da;Medeiros, R?mulo José Dantas;Oliveira, Leonardo dos Santos;Araújo Júnior, Adenilson Targino de;Aniceto, Rodrigo Ramalho;Sousa, Maria do Socorro Cirilo de;Athayde Neto, Rodolfo Augusto;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922010000600003
Abstract: physical exercise can promote benefits in the functionality of the venous system. however, in the strength training context, contraindication concerning its practice is observed, since it can be related to worsening of venous dysfunctions. objective: to analyze the effects of resistance exercises practice on venous diameter of physical inactivity women with chronic lower limb venous insufficiency. methods: twenty-two women with age between 21 and 58 years (34.27 ± 12 years) were randomized divided in two groups: experimental (n = 12) and control (n = 10). the resistance training was carried out over a period of 16 weeks and the venous diameter measurements were determined at the left lower limb great and small saphenous veins by a color eco- doppler. two-way anova was used to determine the modifications in veins diameter between groups and training moments (pre and post) (p < 0.05). results: statistically significant alterations were not found in smaller saphenous vein diameter (upper, medium and lower points: p = 0.80; 0.32 and 0.20, respectively), great saphenous vein on leg level (p = 0.17; 0.74 and 0.96) and great saphenous vein on thigh level (p = 0.57; 0.67 and 0.52). conclusion: resistance exercise practice can be considered a treatment or intervention since it does not promote changes on the venous diameter of the venous system of women with chronic lower limb venous insufficiency.
Total gastrectomy with substitution of stomach by jejunal pouch with and without duodenal passage: study in rats
Aires Neto, Tertuliano;Cavalcante, Jeancarlo Fernandes;Brand?o-Neto, José;Araújo Filho, Irami;Almeida, Maria das Gra?as;Rezende, Adriana Augusto de;Egito, Eryvaldo Sócrates Tabosa;Azevedo, ítalo Medeiros de;Pinheiro, Laísa Araújo Mohana;Medeiros, Vítor Brasil;Medeiros, Aldo da Cunha;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502005000700019
Abstract: purpose: a comparison was done between the f. paulino jejunal pouch (fp) and a jejunal pouch (jp) as esophagus-duodenum interpositional graft, for replacing the stomach after total gastrectomy. it was investigated the effect of the two procedures on esophagus histology, nutritional state and serum gastrin in rats. methods: male wistar rats weighing 282±17g were randomly submitted to sham operation (s), fp and jp after total gastrectomy. after eight weeks the rats were killed with overdose of anesthetic and tissue was taken from the distal esophagus for histology. serum levels of total proteins, albumin, iron, transferring, folate, cobalamine, calcium, as well as serum gastrin were determined. survival was considered. results: fourty six rats were operated and thirty survived for eight weeks. five (33.3%) died after fp and 11 (52.3%) after jp (p<0.05). postoperative esophagitis occurred in 6 jp rats. at 8th week, no difference was observed on body weight when compared fp and jp rats (p>0.05). the jp rats had a significant decrease in serum albumin, glucose, transferrin, iron, folate and calcium, compared to sham (p<0.05). serum gastrin, iron and calcium were significantly higher in jp rats than in fp rats (p<0.05). in fp rats, transferrin and cobalamine showed significant decrease comparing the preoperative with 8th week levels (p<0.05). conclusion: f. paulino pouch in rats had lower mortality than jp, and esophagitis was not detected in it. jp rats had serum gastrin, iron and calcium unaffected, possibly because of preservation of duodenal passage.
Wood Ash Fertilization on Structural Characteristics and Chlorophyll Index of Tropical Forage Grasses  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Claudia Cardoso dos Santos, Tonny José Araújo da Silva
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.69133
Abstract: The appropriate nutrient supply via fertilization is essential for an adequate plant growth and development. The objective of this study was to evaluate the structural characteristics and chlorophyll index of Marandu and Xaraes grasses fertilized with wood ash. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse; the experimental design was entirely randomized, with 12 treatments and six replications arranged in a 2 × 6 factorial scheme: two forage grasses (Marandu and Xaraes) and six wood ash doses (0; 3; 6; 9; 12; and 15 g·dm-3). Each plot was composed of pots with 7 dm3 soil and five plants. Soil moisture was maintained by the gravimetric method at 60% of the maximum soil water retention capacity. Three harvests of the plant aerial part were performed at 30-day intervals. The evaluated characteristics were plant height, leaf number, tiller number, and chlorophyll index. Results were submitted to the variance analysis by F test and, after verification of the significant effects on Marandu and Xaraes characteristics, were also submitted to Tukey test; the wood ash doses were evaluated according to the regression analysis at 5% probability. Wood ash doses ranging from 10.15 to 15 g·dm-3 resulted in quadratic responses of plant height, leaf number, and tiller number for both Marandu and Xaraes grasses. The highest values of chlorophyll index derived from wood ash doses of 9.44 and 10.92 g·dm-3, with increments greater than 50%, 25%, and 9% at the first, second, and third harvests, respectively. The wood ash, when used as a fertilizer, improves structural characteristics and increases chlorophyll indices of Marandu and Xaraes grasses cultivated in Cerrado Rhodic Hapludox.
Muscicapines, a new class of guaiane-type sesquiterpene alkaloids from Croton muscicapa
Araújo-Júnior, Vicente T. de;Silva, Marcelo S. da;da-Cunha, Emídio V. Leit?o;Agra, Maria de Fátima;Athayde-Filho, Petr?nio F. de;Vieira, Ivo J. Curcino;Braz-Filho, Raimundo;Barbosa-Filho, José M.;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532005000400010
Abstract: three new guaiane-type sesquiterpene alkaloids, muscicapine a (1), muscicapine b (2), and muscicapine c (3) were isolated from the roots of croton muscicapa. the structures were established by analysis of spectroscopic data, mainly 1d and 2d nmr and ms. this is the first report of a new class of guaiane-type sesquiterpene alkaloids.
Dynamics of Primary Productivity and Oceanographic Parameters under Influence of the Amazon River Plume  [PDF]
Amanda Otsuka, Fernando Feitosa, Moacyr Araújo, Dóris Veleda, Maria da Gloria Silva Cunha, Nathalie Lefévre, Felipe Gaspar, Manuel Flores Montes, Gislayne Borges, Carlos Noriega
Open Journal of Ecology (OJE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oje.2018.811035
Abstract: The watershed of the Amazon River discharges about 120,000 m3·s-1of freshwater into the adjacent platform and oceanic region. The aim of this work was to analyze the distribution of oceanographic parameters, chlorophyll a and primary productivity under the influence of the Amazon River plume, during the period of greatest extension of the Amazon plume. Collections were carried out in September 14 in 16 stations including continental platform and oceanic region. It was possible to observe superficial currents along the coast in the northwest direction, but with less intensity and currents with greater speeds towards the east due to the North Brazil Current retroflexion at this time of the year, transporting the plume to the central Atlantic Ocean. The spatial influence of the plume was observed in the salinity, which ranged from 28 to 36.75, although the high precipitation in the region may also have contributed as a source of freshwater. However, the sampled region showed strong negative linear correlation of silicate, chlorophyll a and primary productivity with salinity. The primary productivity values ranged from 0.04 to 18.81 mg C m-3?day-1, whereas chlorophyll a concentrations ranged from 0.15 mg·m-3?to 1.83 mg·m-3, decreasing their values as they move away from the coast. The Amazon River plume can reach and influence the oceanographic and biological parameters in a large area of this oligotrophic region. However, the results also suggest that the export of material from the adjacent coastal region is another determinant of the region’s productivity.
Bulk Density in Jack Bean’s Development Grown in Cerrado Oxisol  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Juliana Terezinha Sasso Paludo, Tonny José Araújo da Silva, Salom?o Lima Guimar?es
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.69134
Abstract: The use of cover plants promotes the recycling of nutrients and the increase in organic mass, and minimizes the effects of erosion. The objective was to evaluate the effect of bulk density in the development of jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis) in Cerrado Oxisol. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse at the Federal University of Mato Grosso, Rondonópolis-MT, in the period from June to September 2013. Oxisol was used from a Cerrado reserve area, collected at 0 - 0.20 m depth. The experimental design was completely randomized, corresponding to bulk density levels (1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.8 Mg·m-3), and five replications. The experimental plot consisted of three PVC rings (polyvinyl chloride) with 150 mm internal diameter, 300 mm total height, where the upper and lower rings of pots were filled with 1.0 Mg·m-3 density soil and intermediaries according to bulk density treatments. The results were submitted to variance analysis and, when significant, to regression analysis, both with a 5% probability, using SISVAR software. At 60 days after germination, number of leaves, stem diameter, plant height, dry mass of leaves, stem dry mass, dry mass of roots, dry mass of nodules, number of nodules and chlorophyll index (SPAD index) were evaluated. The increase in bulk density negatively influences the development of jack bean, showing little efficiency as a decompacting plant in Cerrado Oxisol.
Potential of Wood Ash as a Fertilizer in BRS Piatã Grass Cultivation in the Brazilian Cerrado Soil  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Marcel Thomas Job Pereira, Tonny José Araújo Da Silva, William Fenner
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2017.810156
Abstract: Utilizing wood ash as a fertilizer in agriculture is a viable alternative to the soil nutrients absorbed by the crops. The aim of this study was to assess the phytometric and productive features of Brachiaria brizantha (cv. BRS Piatã) fertilized with wood ash in the Brazilian Cerrado. The experiment was performed in a greenhouse, adopting a completely randomized design, and applying five rates of wood ash (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 g·dm-3) with five replicates. The shoot plant parts were subjected to three successive cuts 30-day intervals each. The results were submitted to the analysis of variance and regression analysis at 5% probability. The wood ash rates between 13 to 17 g·dm-3 clearly produced the best results for plant height (102.24, 84.42 and 63.27 cm), leaf/stem ratio (1.61, 1, 78 and 1.94), and chlorophyll index (46.66, 41.93 and 38.39), respectively, during the first, second and third evaluations. A 94% increase in the shoot dry mass (2nd and 3rd evaluations) and root parts was noted for the wood ash rate of 20 g·dm-3, compared with the treatment involving wood ash fertilization. Wood ash affects the phytometric features, increases the chlorophyll concentration and thus the BRS Piatã grass production in the Oxisol of the Brazilian Cerrado.
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