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A Coroa e a Mitra no espa o público: representa o de poder nas festas e cerim nias litúrgicas do século XVIII em Minas Gerais (The Crown and Miter in public space) - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2011v9n20p64
Patrícia Ferreira dos Santos
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2011, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2011v9n20p64
Abstract: Resumo Este estudo analisa, por meio das cartas produzidas pelos prelados do século XVIII, o emprego dos ritos litúrgicos e festas oficiais em prol da afirma o da autoridade da Igreja e do Estado na capitania de Minas Gerais. àquela altura, a engrenagem do governo colonial, que envolveu atividades administrativas, econ micas e militares; n o prescindiu de um aparato de representa o pública dos poderes. Tratados sobre a doutrina o dos gentios circulavam pela Europa; os ritos e festas oficiais eram regulados pelas Leis do Reino e constitui es diocesanas. Deveriam teatralizar a ordem colonial de domina o, produzir admira o, temor e respeito nas pessoas. As autoridades coloniais eram obrigadas a tomar parte nos ritos, de modo a reafirmar a ordem colonial e defender a hierarquia e o domínio dos espa os conquistados. Palavras-chave: Igreja Católica; episcopado; coloniza o; visitas pastorais; liturgia. Abstract This study examines, through various correspondences in the eighteenth century, the use of liturgical rites and official parties in order to affirming the authority of church of state. Gear colonial involved several activities - administrative, economic and military; but also understood an apparatus of public representation of powers. Treaties about the indoctrination of the gentiles circulated throughoutEurope. The rites and official celebrations were regulated by laws ofkingdom and diocesan constitutions. They should dramatize the colonial order of domination, produce admiration, fear, and respect in people. The colonial authorities were obliged to take part in them; aimed at reaffirm the colonial order and defend to the hierarchy and the domination of the conquered areas. key-words: Catholic Church; episcopacy; colonization; pastoral visits; liturgy.
Pollination biology of Paliavana tenuiflora (Gesneriaceae: Sinningeae) in Northeastern Brazil
Ferreira, Patrícia Alves;Viana, Blandina Felipe;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062010000400012
Abstract: in this study the floral biology, breeding system, visitors and pollinators of paliavana tenuiflora were analyzed in campos rupestres in the chapada diamantina, mucugê, bahia, brazil. paliavana tenuiflora is a shrub with blue-violet, bell-shaped flowers, with anthesis at 11:00 h; the flowers last about six days. large amounts of nectar are produced (volume average 15.5μl, concentration 22.7% and sugar content 5.0 mg ml-1). the amount of nectar is not related to the time of day, but concentration varied with volume. the species is self-compatible, but fruit set depends on pollinators. although nectar is available by day and night, flowers of p. tenuiflora fit the bee pollination syndrome, and are actually pollinated by bombusbrevivillus. however, the hummingbird phaethornis pretrei can be considered an occasional pollinator, due to its behavior and low frequency of visits. our results suggest a mixed pollination system, although the importance of p.pretrei as a pollinator remains to be better evaluated.
Accessibility and exchange of plant germplasm by Embrapa
Bustamante, Patrícia Goulart;Ferreira, Francisco Ricardo;
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-70332011000500016
Abstract: this paper presents information about the organizational structure of embrapa's banks and collections of plant germplasm and lists the 14 projects that comprise the plant genetic resources network which houses about 200 000 access and correspond to a collection of 300 genera, 787 species (90 % exotic). the main goal of the plant genetic resources network is being a source of variability for breeders of nationally and internationally research institutions. the paper also presents the different ways of knowing and accessing the collection of plant genetic resources maintained at embrapa. special emphasis is given to the way of the researchers can import and export plant germplasm, including presentation of a series of accessions exchanged in the last 35 years by embrapa genetic resources and biotechnology. the paper also provides the necessary documents and specifies the step-by-step to exchange and quarantine of germplasm held by embrapa genetic resources and biotechnology.
NOTE - Accessibility and exchange of plant germplasm by Embrapa
Patrícia Goulart Bustamante,Francisco Ricardo Ferreira
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2011,
Abstract: This paper presents information about the organizational structure of Embrapa‘s banks and collections of plantgermplasm and lists the 14 projects that comprise the Plant Genetic Resources Network which houses about 200 000 access andcorrespond to a collection of 300 genera, 787 species (90 % exotic). The main goal of the Plant Genetic Resources Network is beinga source of variability for breeders of nationally and internationally research institutions. The paper also presents the different waysof knowing and accessing the collection of plant genetic resources maintained at Embrapa. Special emphasis is given to the way ofthe researchers can import and export plant germplasm, including presentation of a series of accessions exchanged in the last 35years by Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology. The paper also provides the necessary documents and specifies the stepby-step to exchange and quarantine of germplasm held by Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology.
Rese a de "Os professores n o erram: ensaios de história e teoria sobre a profiss o de mestre" de José Rubens Lima Jardilino y Paolo Nosella (org.)
Patrícia Helena Ferreira de Almeida
Eccos Revista Científica , 2005,
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Resenha: Poesia Digital: negocia es com os processos digitais
Patrícia Ferreira da Silva Martins
Via Litterae , 2010,
Abstract: Resenha de: ANTONIO, Jorge Luiz. Poesia Digital: negocia es com os processos digitais: teoria, história, antologias. S o Paulo: Navegar Editora; FAPESP. Columbus, Ohio, EUA: Luna Bisonde Prods. Itu, SP: Autor, 2010. Acompanha 1 DVD.
EVOLVING SHELLEY: MONT BLANC AND ODE TO THE WEST WIND EVOLU O SHELLEY: Mont Blanc e ODE TO THE WEST WIND
Patrícia Ferreira da Silva Martins
Signótica , 1996, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v8i1.7359
Abstract: This essay presents a close reading of Percy Shelley's poems "Mont Blanc" and "Ode to the West Wind" in order to illustrate Shelley's rejection of Wordsworth's poetic posture, paying particular attention to their views on the poet's role in society. Este trabalho apresenta uma análise dos poemas "Mont Blanc" e "Ode to the West Wind" de Percy Shelley com o objetivo de ilustrar sua oposi o à postura poética de Wordsworth ressaltando, em particular, suas vis es sobre o papel do poeta na sociedade.
AMPLIA O DO MARAVILHOSO: PEDRO P RAMO E CEM ANOS DE SOLID O EXTENSION OF WONDERFUL: Pedro Paramo AND ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE
Patr?-cia Ferreira da Silva Alencastro
Signótica , 1997, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v9i1.7399
Abstract: Este artigo apresenta uma leitura cr -tico-anal -tica dos romances Pedro P ramo, de Juan Rulfo, e Cem Anos de Solid £o, de Gabriel Garcia M rquez, com base na evoca - § £o do maravilhoso, conseguida atrav s de recursos que marcam a pr tica liter ria de tais escritores. This article presents a critical reading of the novels Pedro Paramo, by Juan Rulfo, and One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Gabriel G rcia Marquez, based on the evocation of the "Marvellous", achieved through the use of devices which mark the literary practice of these writers.
Indigenous Handicrafts in the Pernambuco and Bahia Sert?es and Its Implications for the Conservation of Biodiversity  [PDF]
Carlos Alberto Batista Santos, Roberto Remígio Florêncio, Vinina da Silva Ferreira, Patrícia Luiza de Oliveira-Rebou?as
Creative Education (CE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.915182
Abstract: The use of by-products of wild animals for the production of handicrafts is a common practice among indigenous peoples. Natives prefer to hunt birds because of the beauty and diversity of their feathers. In the Brazilian Northeast, this practice involves several hunting techniques, according to the species type. This research aimed to list the species of birds used in the handicraft of the Truká indigenous people and to characterize the techniques used to capture birds employed by the native hunters in the four ethnic settlements in the backlands of Pernambuco and Bahia. The information was obtained through semi-structured interviews applied to 23 indigenous artisans, in the villages Truká of Cabrobó, Orocó, Sobradinho and Paulo Afonso. Four capture techniques, slingshots, firearms, and traps have been identified, such as the trap and the trapdoor. The traps are the most commonly used technologies in the study area. In addition to crafts, informants have indicated the use of bird species in food, traditional medicine and domestic breeding as pets.
Prevalence of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Raw Hamburgers and Ready-to-Eat Sandwiches Commercialized in Supermarkets and Fast Food Outlets in Brazil  [PDF]
Claudia Patrícia álvarez Contreras, Lis Nery Nunes da Silva, Dilza Caroline Gomes Ferreira, Jeane dos Santos Ferreira, Rogeria Comastri de Castro Almeida
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2015.614138
Abstract: Although well known, Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium that remains widely studied because of its high pathogenic potential and its ability to develop resistance to antibiotics routinely used in clinical practice. The present study investigated the occurrence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in hamburgers and sandwiches sold in supermarkets and fast food outlets in Salvador, BA, Brazil. Fifty samples of frozen raw hamburgers (25: beef and 25: chicken) and 50 samples of ready-to-eat sandwiches (25: beef and 25: chicken) were collected and investigated for the presence of MRSA. MRSA was present in 32% of the hamburgers and 8% of the sandwiches. The frequency of MRSA was higher in the samples containing chicken meat. However, the statistical analysis showed no association between MRSA presence and the type of meat investigated (P > 0.05). The high prevalence of MRSA in hamburgers and the presence of the microorganism in ready-to-eat sandwiches are worrying and indicate the need for better control during food preparation to prevent the spread of bacteria.
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