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Avalia??o da mutagenicidade e antimutagenicidade de um biopolímero extraído do microorganismo Agrobacterium radiobacter em camundongos Swiss
Primo, Milka Selestina;Calliari, Caroline Maria;Castro-Gómez, Raúl Jorge Hernan;Mauro, Mariana de Oliveira;Mantovani, Mário Sérgio;Oliveira, Rodrigo Juliano;
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-695X2010000300009
Abstract: this study evaluated the mutagenic and ant mutagenic action of a biopolymer of glucose extracted from agrobacterium radiobacter (biopolymer of agrobacterium radiobacter). the experiment was conducted with swiss male mice divided into eight groups. treatment with the biopolymer was performed in a single dose by gavage at a dose of concomitant phosphate buffer groups in the evaluation of mutagenicity, or the agent of inducing dna damage, cyclophosphamide, the concentration of 50 mg/kg (body weight --b.w.), in groups of assessment ant mutagenic. we used the micronucleus test in peripheral blood. the blood sample was held 24 and 48 h after application of the test substances. statistical analysis showed that the biopolymer has no mutagenic activity and it is effective in preventing damage to dna. the percentages of damage reduction in groups of ant mutagenic were 83.9%, 89.1% and 103.1% in 24 h and 101.24%, 98.14% and 120.64% at doses of 48 to 75, 150 and 300 mg/kg (b.w.) respectively. the high percentage of damage reduction associated with the absence of mutagenic effects indicates the possibility of biopolymer chemoprotection action. it can also be considered a functional food candidate to be used as co-adjuvant chemotherapy to prevent side effects.
On the responsibility concept and the agentive role of the instrument used for the action performance
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0258015i
Abstract: It is well established that the choice of subject depends on what the speaker estimates as most responsible for the successful occurrence of the action he is speaking of. The author enlightens the principles according to which in Serbian such a subject promotion may concern objects conceived as instruments indispensable for the performance of the transitive activity denoted by the sentence predicate verb. Pointing, however, to some Dutch language facts which make it quite evident that those principles are by no means universally valid, she claims that still more information about the whole problem are needed. She is, namely, convinced that such line of inquiry would not only enrich our present knowledge of micro parametric variations within the linguistic world, but could also be of relevant help to those researchers who expect, through observation of the facts of language, to get better insights into the ways the human brain works.
The informative role of presupositions and implications confirmed by Serbian language data
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0763001i
Abstract: Today all linguists are likely to agree that the correct interpretation of an utterance consists of the identification of what was ment by it. It has been pointed out that, besides their literal meaning, utterances may have informationally relevant presupositions or implications, which also need to be identified. The author’s analysis discloses some ways in which Serbian language data provide new support for this view.
The cognitive and grammatical aspects of the evaluative use of dobar
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0561001i
Abstract: Drawing on a corpus of conversational Standard Serbian materials, the author examines the ways in which the adjective dobar performs its evaluative function. She points to the following hitherto unnoticed facts: If the evaluation concerns an adult human being dobar is perceived as a moral quality, whereas to say of a child that he is dobar is to praise his behavioral property. If nomina professionalis are concerned, although syntactically used as an attributive adjective, dobar semantically functions in fact as an adverbial modifier disclosing the appropriate performance of the activities which make the person under consideration properly qualified for his/her occupation.
On the anthropocentric theory and Serbian language data
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0662001i
Abstract: The goals of this paper are twofold. First, it is intended to highlight the reasons why now, in our days, many competent language investigators mention the problematic status of the famous anthropocentric theory. Second, it argues for the investigation of a problem which has so far received almost no attention, i.e. it focuses on some earlier Serbian lexical data, pointing to the unexpected fact that they fail to disclose the essential Human/non-human distinction. Namely, the lexical units ivotinja, ivina, ivin e have been used in umadija to denote all living things, including human beings.
The qualifying role of the genitive nominal form with od
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/jfi1066269i
Abstract: The authoress analyses different forms and meanings of the genitive nominal form with od in situations when it performs a qualifying role, and calls attention to some urgent problems which is necessary to solve as soon as possible.
On the implicational/non-implicational semantics of adjectives and adverbs occurring in an utterance which contains the information 'more than'
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0763007i
Abstract: This paper considers Serbian adjectives and adverbs denoting qualification property Z in cases when they occur in an utterance of the type ’X is more Z than Y’. The author’s analysis makes it evident that, depending on the lexical meaning of the given adjective / adverb, Z either does, or does not imply that both the X and Y entities are qualified by it. She shows moreover how, by introducing the word jo into his utterance, the speaker succeeds to attribute the property Z to both X and Y in spite of its non-implicational meaning.
Unexpectedness and its pragmatic markers in standard serbian
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0460015i
Abstract: The paper sets about to identify something researchers fail to consider: the principles that in Standard Serbian govern the occurrence of the pragmatic devices ve , jo , jo uvek, and vi e (ne..) by means of which the speaker discloses that the information about an actual state of affairs he is giving to his conversation partner happens to be an unexpected news for him. It highlights also the informational effects of vec on somebody who is listening to the conversation between the speaker and the addressee but who does not share in all details their stock of knowledge about the conversational topic and it rises the relevant question of the theoretical status of such effects.
On some Serbian nouns which are used as specific quantifiers
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0965061i
Abstract: This article presents additional support to the theoretical views of Predrag Piper exposed in his work 2002 focussing some hitherto in the linguistic literature unconsidered ways in which noun items help impaling quantification.
On some peculiarities displayed by personal pronouns in the anaphorization process
Ivi? Milka
Ju?noslovenski Filolog , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/jfi0359001i
Abstract: The central concern of this article is to bring into sharper focus some problems related to personal pronouns and anaphorization that need to receive their proper share of attention in Slavic grammatical descriptions. The topics examined in the article include: (1) the identification of factors preventing the occurrence of the anaphoric pronoun in a given discourse; (2) the answer to the question why Russian and Polish anaphoric pronominal expressions which substitute for the predicatively used noun do not have analogous equivalents in Modern Standard Serbian; (3) the fact that Slavic languages differ with regard to how they treat anaphoric personal pronouns in relation to "null" anaphor; (4) the phenomenon of the so-called bound I unbound anaphor; (5) the necessity to admit that the anaphorically used Serbian word jedan functions as a discrete marker for the 'indefiniteness' category; (6) the need to get still more insights into what governs the gender agreement in cases when the noun's gender semantics and its morphological gender type are noncongruent. .
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