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Simulium (Psaroniocompsa) tergospinosum new species (Diptera: Simuliidae) in siolii group from the southern part of the State of Amazonas, Brazil
Hamada, Neusa;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762000000600012
Abstract: the larva, pupa, male and female of simulium tergospinosum n. sp. are described and illustrated. the adults of this new species share many characters with species in the subgenus psaroniocompsa, where it is placed. the larva of this species bears dorsal and lateral triangular tubercles on the abdomen and multiply branched scale-like setae on the body, suggesting that it belongs to the s. siolii species group. s. tergospinosum n.sp. was collected along the juma river, apuí county, in the southern part of the state of amazonas, brazil. the juma, a black-water river, is a tributary of the aripuan? river in the madeira river hydrographic basin, on the southern part of amazonas. females were collected biting humans along the water courses during the sampling period (in the dry season).
Aspectos ecológicos de Simulium goeldii (Diptera: Simuliidae): rela??o entre substrato e densidade de larvas
Hamada, Neusa;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1989, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761989000800046
Abstract: the distribution of larvae of simulium goeldii was studies in four streams in upland tropical forest near manaus, amazonas, brazil. in each month 32 points were sampled, each with an area of 30 x 50 cm. the areas of all substrates available were measured at each point. the larvae of s. goeldii were collected and later counted for all substrate types where larvae of this species were found. the available substrates were classified into eight types: dry leaves, green leaves, branches, fruits, detritus, rocks and sand; anly the first four types had larvae present. the kruskal-wallis test and analysis of variance indicated that the larvae occupy these substrates differently; the newman-keuls identified the following differences in intensity of occupation of the susbstrates: branchs differ from roots, dry leaves and green leaves, and green leaves differ from roots and dry leaves. the highest density of larvae was observed on green leaves. however, because the most abundant substrates in the study area were roots and dry leaves, i suggest that the latter two substrates are the most important ones for the esteblishment of this population of s. goeldii.
Cria??o de jornal na avalia??o de aspectos comportamentais ligados à gest?o de pessoas
Cavedon, Neusa;
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-39512007000500008
Abstract: the aim of this paper is to present an experience in the educational assessment field. such experience comes aligned with a specific logic developed by educational studies, according to which assessment should be used as feedback for teachers and schools. this view -of a diagnostic and formative assessment - proposes to develop students' ability to planning, questioning, criticizing, discovering, creating, communicating, transforming, learning, and others.
Simulium (Psaroniocompsa) tergospinosum new species (Diptera: Simuliidae) in siolii group from the southern part of the State of Amazonas, Brazil
Hamada Neusa
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2000,
Abstract: The larva, pupa, male and female of Simulium tergospinosum n. sp. are described and illustrated. The adults of this new species share many characters with species in the subgenus Psaroniocompsa, where it is placed. The larva of this species bears dorsal and lateral triangular tubercles on the abdomen and multiply branched scale-like setae on the body, suggesting that it belongs to the S. siolii species group. S. tergospinosum n.sp. was collected along the Juma River, Apuí county, in the southern part of the State of Amazonas, Brazil. The Juma, a black-water river, is a tributary of the Aripuan River in the Madeira River hydrographic basin, on the southern part of Amazonas. Females were collected biting humans along the water courses during the sampling period (in the dry season).
Sujeitos em intera o no cuidado à crian a hospitalizada: desafios para a Enfermagem Pediátrica Sujetos interactuando en el cuidado de los ni os hospitalizados: desafíos para la Enfermería Pediátrica Interacting subjects in hospitalized children care: challenges for Pediatric Nursing
Neusa Collet
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0034-71672012000100001
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Wood anatomy of lianas of sapindaceae commercially used in S o Paulo - SP
Neusa Tamaio
CERNE , 2011,
Abstract: We performed an anatomical survey of Sapindaceae species growing on the private property that supplies liana fragments to the Adere (Association for the Development and Recovery for the Intellectually Disabled), one of the major producer of art wood marquetry made from the lianas from Sao Paulo. Based on species identification, we carried out both morphological and microscopic analyses of the transversal section of lianas stems, with the aim of separating the species based on wood characters. Only one of the seven analyzed species had no cambial variant (Paullinia trigonia Vell.); the rest presented cambial variant of the compound vascular cylinder type. Also, the six remaining species belong to the following genera: Serjania (Serjania caracasana (Jacq.) Willd., Serjania lethalis A. St.-Hill., Serjania laruotteana Cambess., and Serjania multiflora Cambess.) These genera could be distinguished by pith configuration, arrangement and quantity of peripheral vascular cylinders, as well as two statistically significant quantitative features: the diameter and frequency of vessel elements. In this work, a key for species identification and illustrations are presented, in addition to comments about the extractivism carried out by Adere.
Simulium (Chirostilbia) bifenestratum (Diptera, Simuliidae), a new black-fly species from the Atlantic forest, State of S?o Paulo, Brazil
Hamada, Neusa;Pepinelli, Mateus;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762004000100008
Abstract: the larva, pupa, male, and female of simulium bifenestratum n. sp. are described and illustrated. the pupae of the new species have 10 gill filaments, thick at their base and arranged in a three-dimensional way, surrounding the head and thorax. its pupal cocoon is peculiar, not found in any of the known brazilian black-fly species; it is very thick and hard with two openings in the anterior region. s. bifenestratum n. sp. was collected in one stream in the bocaina mountain chain, atlantic forest, in s?o josé do barreiro county, state of s?o paulo, in a high (1500 m) natural grassland. larvae and pupae were collected on the edges of small waterfalls and in places with-high speed laminar water flow, attached to the bedrock.
Black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) of French Guiana: cytotaxonomy and a preliminary list of species
Hamada, Neusa;Fouque, Florence;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762001000700012
Abstract: the objectives of the present study were to broaden the survey of simuliid species in french guiana and to cytologically analyze the species in the simulium perflavum species group. twelve species of simulium were collected from which s. goeldii, s. quadrifidum, s. trombetense, s. near incrustatum, s. metallicum (s.l.) sp1, s. metallicum (s.l.) sp2 and s. ochraceum (s.l.) are reported for the first time for this region. the only species collected in the s. perflavum group was s. rorotaense; 34 larvae of this species were cytologically analyzed, all of which had the standard sequence. s. metallicum (s.l.), s. ochraceum (s.l.), s. guianense (s.l.) and s. oyapockense (s.l.) are involved with transmission of onchocerciasis in central and south america, however, in french guiana these species were not found biting humans during the sampling period. with the few collections made during this study, we increase the number of simulid species known in french guiana from 6 to 13. it is clear that more simuliid species can be expected to be found when more sampling is done, including collections in other ecoregions in french guiana.
Nova espécie do gênero Manihot Adans. do estado de S?o Paulo
Cruz, Neusa Diniz da;
Bragantia , 1965, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051965000100028
Abstract: this shrubby species was collected at eugênio lefèvre, state of s?o paulo, in young secondary forest. it is now cultivated at the instituto de botanica of s?o paulo. the plant is characterized and discriminated from m. pohlii wawra as follows: dense clothing with yellow hairs on branches, leaves and inflorescence; petiole size, 34 cm; number of leaf lobes, 5-7; shape, oblong-obovate; and chiefly great number and density of flowers in the raceme, greater size of these, masculine 21 mm and feminine 15 mm, and different size of masculine and feminine flowers. this species is also characterized by a scaleform expansion of the petiole extremity, with the same indumentum of petiole, densely pubescent, on the upper limb and present in all the leaves. the foliar buds were treated with saturated paradichlorobenzene solution and fixed in mixture of 1 part alcohol and 1 part acetic acid. for staining and hydrolysis, were used acetic orcein and hcl n in mixture by the sharma's method. the drawings were made in camera lucida and 2n = 36 chromosomes were found for manihot jolyana.
Nova espécie do gênero Manihot Adans. do Estado de Minas Gerais
Cruz, Neusa Diniz da;
Bragantia , 1967, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051967000100023
Abstract: a new species of manihot, named m. handroana was originally collected in the state of minas gerais, brazil. this new species is related to m. jolyana n. d. cruz, but differs from the latter in vegetative and floral characters. the upper part of its branches has less pilosity and the basal part is glabrate. the stipules are linear and smaller than m. jolyana, without glandulous teeth. the limb is deeply divided resulting in a more reduced disk, with cuspidate lobe apices and more glabrate upper surface. some lower leaves show lobulation of the lobes and are slightly peltate. this plant also presents a scale-from expansion of petiole extremity in unlobulated leaves, as m. jolyana. the perianth of masculine and feminine flowers is larger, and of yellowish green color on its external part. the most evident character is the fleshy disk in feminine flowers, which increases in size during fruit development. the fruit shape is markedly triangulate, while in m. jolyana it is circular. the chromosome number for m. handroana is 2n = 36, as in m. jolyana.
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