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Description of the female of Sciopemyia servulolimai (Damasceno & Causey) (Diptera: Psychodidae)
Andrade Filho, José Dilermando;Galati, Eunice A Bianchi;Sousa, Raimundo Nonato de;Falc?o, Alda Lima;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762003000400014
Abstract: the female of sciopemyia servulolimai (damasceno & causey), based on three specimens captured during an epidemiological research project in the state of ceará, brazil, is described and illustrated for the first time.
Efeito da qualidade da água de irriga??o sobre atributos hídricos de um Neossolo
Silva, Edison Fernandes da;Assis Júnior, Raimundo Nonato de;Sousa, José Ivo Gon?alves;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832005000300009
Abstract: the influence of the salt content of two contrasting water sources (river and shallow well) on the hydraulic attributes of a clay loam fluvic inceptisol were tested. the experiment was carried out in 2000/2001 agricultural year on a 5,000 m2 plantation of musa sp banana, cultivar pacovan. it consisted of a 2 x 3 factorial arrangement of two water sources and three irrigation levels (l1, l2 and l3), applied via microsprinkling. results showed that the different irrigation levels and water quality did not influence the hydraulic conductivity significantly. soil water retention curves presented variations in the moisture content retained below field capacity during the dry season, while differences were observed in the tensions above field capacity during the rainy season. the predominance of silt and clay combined with the expansion and contraction cycles of the investigated soil probably determined the expression of the evaluated hydraulic properties since the levels of the electrolyte concentration and the soil sodium adsorption ratio (sar) were not high enough to influence the analyzed variables.
Description of the female of Sciopemyia servulolimai (Damasceno & Causey) (Diptera: Psychodidae)
Andrade Filho José Dilermando,Galati Eunice A Bianchi,Sousa Raimundo Nonato de,Falc?o Alda Lima
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2003,
Abstract: The female of Sciopemyia servulolimai (Damasceno & Causey), based on three specimens captured during an epidemiological research project in the state of Ceará, Brazil, is described and illustrated for the first time.
Urinary symptoms in Parkinson's disease: prevalence and associated factors
Campos-Sousa Raimundo Nonato,Quagliato Elizabeth,Silva Benedito Borges da,Carvalho Jr. Reynaldo Mendes de
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2003,
Abstract: The authors present a cross-sectional study involving 61 patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease (PD) who were consecutively examined and compared to a control group with 74 subjects. Only patients who fulfilled the standard diagnostic criteria for PD and whose brain magnetic resonance imaging was normal were included. The objective of the study was to evaluate the prevalence of inferior urinary tract symptoms in PD and to study the possible association between clinical factors to urinary dysfunction. ln the patient group, 39.3% presented urinary symptoms when compared to 10.8% in the control group. All symptomatic patients presented irritative symptoms. The most common irritative symptom PD was nocturia, followed by frequency and urinary incontinence. Around 25% of the patients presented functional obstructive symptoms determined by the disease. The most frequent obstructive symptom was incomplete emptying of the bladder. Only the age of the patients and control group were correlated with urinary dysfunction.
Instala o de um Sistema de Drenagem Subterranea em um Solo Salino-Sódico Cultivado com Coco em Pentecoste - Ceará
Carlos. Henrique. Carvalho de Sousa,Francisco Leandro Barbosa da Silva,Claudivan Feitosa de Lacerda,Raimundo Nonato Távora Costa
Revista Brasileira de Agricultura Irrigada , 2011, DOI: 10.7127/rbai.v5n100041
Abstract: O trabalho foi desenvolvido no Perímetro Irrigado Curu-Pentecoste, em Pentecoste, Ceará, Brasil, com o objetivo de instalar um sistema de drenagem subterranea para auxiliar na recupera o de um solo salino-sódico em uma área cultivada com coco (Cocus nucífera L). O sistema de drenagem foi instalado em uma área com sérios problemas de alagamento e constituiu-se de: dreno coletor aberto com 135 m, dez drenos laterais de 45 m, compostos por tubos drenoflex DN 65 mm, manta bidim OP-20 e uma caixa de brita n° 01. Para acompanhar a resposta do coqueiro à instala o do sistema de drenagem, 35 dias após a instala o foram avaliados, a circunferência do coleto, altura da planta; número de folhas vivas; número de folhas emitidas, comprimento da folha 3, comprimento do pecíolo na folha 3. Uma segunda avalia o realizada oito meses após a primeira. Plantas que na primeira observa o altura média de 149 cm, passaram a medir até 272 cm, acréscimos de cerca de 80%, enquanto as plantas que permaneceram fora da área os acréscimos foram em torno de 50%. Ao final podese concluir que a instala o do sistema de drenagem proporcionou melhor escoamento do excedente de água da área e consequentemente propiciou o melhor desenvolvimento das plantas de coqueiro.
Efeito materno sobre a curva de crescimento de ovinos Santa Inês por meio de modelos de regress o aleatória
José Lindenberg Rocha Sarmento,Robledo de Almeida Torres,Wandrick Hauus de Sousa,Raimundo Nonato Braga L?bo
Comunicata Scientiae , 2011,
Abstract: Data set of 17.767 weight records of 4.210 Santa Inês lambs were used aiming to evaluate theimportance of the inclusion of the maternal effect in the model to estimate components of (Co)variance and resulting genetic parameters for the growth curve through random regression models.The fixed and random regressions were fitted using Legendre Polynomials of order three, being fit fourmodels that differed in relation to the inclusion of the additive genetic and permanent environmentalmaternal effects. Considerable increase was observed in Log L and decrease in the criteria AIC andBIC when the maternal effect was included (genetic or permanent environmental), evidencing itsimportance. The maternal genetic effect explained larger proportion of the phenotypic variancethan the maternal permanent environmental along the growth curve. The direct additive geneticvariance was inflated by maternal effect, when this last one was not considered in the analysismodel, reflecting the same behavior in the heritabilities. The maternal permanent environmentaleffect contributed to maternal variance, as well as, it inflated maternal genetic variance, whenit was not considered in the model. Similar behavior was verified with maternal heritability. Thecorrelation estimated for the four models hardly differed in function of maternal effect. The maternaleffect should be considered in the genetic studies of the growth curve of Santa Inês sheep.
Modeling of average growth curve in Santa Ines sheep using random regression models
Sarmento, José Lindenberg Rocha;Torres, Robledo de Almeida;Sousa, Wandrick Hauss de;Albuquerque, Lucia Galv?o de;L?bo, Raimundo Nonato Braga;Sousa, José Ernandes Rufino de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982011000200012
Abstract: polynomial functions of age of different orders were evaluated in the modeling of the average growth trajectory in santa ines sheep in random regression models. initially, the analyses were performed not considering the animal effect. subsequently, the random regression analyses were performed including the random effects of the animal and its mother (genetic and permanent environment). the linear fit was lower, and the other orders were similar until near 100 days of age. the cubic function provided the closest fit of the observed averages, mainly at the end of the curve. orders superior to this one tended to present incoherent behavior with the observed weights. the estimated direct heritabilities, considering the linear fit, were higher to those estimated by considering other functions. the changes in animal ranking based on predicted breeding values using linear fit and superior orders were small; however, the difference in magnitude of the predicted breeding values was higher, reaching values 77% higher than those obtained with the cubic function. the cubic polynomial function is efficient in describing the average growth curve.
Modelos de regress?o aleatória na avalia??o genética do crescimento de ovinos da ra?a Santa Inês
Sarmento, José Lindenberg Rocha;Torres, Robledo de Almeida;L?bo, Raimundo Nonato Braga;Albuquerque, Lucia Galv?o de;Sousa, Wandrick Hauus de;Sousa, José Ernandes Rufino de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982010000800014
Abstract: it was used 17,767 weight records of 4,210 santa inês breed lambs aiming to compare random regression models with different structures to model the residual variance in genetic studies of the growth curve. the fixed effects included in the analysis were contemporary group and age of the ewe at lambing. fixed and random regressions were fitted through legendry polynomials of orders 4 and 3, respectively. the residual variance was fitted by heterogeneous classes and by functions of variances employing ordinary polynomials and legendry polynomials of the orders 2 to 8. the model considering homogeneity of residual variances was inadequate. accordingly to the used criteria, the residual variance containing seven heterogeneous classes provided the best fit, although a more parsimonious one, with five classes, could be used without losses on the quality of variance fit on the data. the fit of functions of variances with any order was better than that obtained through classes. the ordinary polynomial of order 6 provided the best fit among the tested structures. the modeling of the residue interfered on the estimative of the variances and genetic parameters. in addition to changes in the classification of the reproducers, the magnitude of the predicted genetic values shows significant variations, accordingly to the fitting of the used residual variance.
Executive dysfunction and motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease
Campos-Sousa, Indira Silveira;Campos-Sousa, Raimundo Nonato;Ataíde Jr, Luiz;Soares, Marta Maria de Brito;Almeida, Kelson James;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2010000200018
Abstract: the aim of this study is to analyze executive function and motor symptoms in patients with idiopathic parkinson's disease (pd). the sample consisted of 44 subjects with pd between the ages of 45 to 75, who were examined consecutively. the subjects were divided into two groups according to the duration of the disease. the control group was composed of spouses, family and accompanying members. patients included were submitted to motor dysfunction evaluation using the updrs. the executive functions modalities analyzed included: operational memory, inhibitory control, planning, cognitive flexibility and inductive reasoning. significant differences between the experimental and control groups were found in all the executive domains studied. evidence of tremor, rigidity and bradykinesia correlation with executive dysfunction were not observed. patients with pd, even in the initial phase of the disease, presented executive dysfunction. the cardinal motor signs of the disease were not correlated with the cognitive dysfunction found.
Urinary symptoms in Parkinson's disease: prevalence and associated factors
Campos-Sousa, Raimundo Nonato;Quagliato, Elizabeth;Silva, Benedito Borges da;Carvalho Jr., Reynaldo Mendes de;Ribeiro, Suilane Coelho;Carvalho, Daniel Fran?a Mendes de;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2003000300007
Abstract: the authors present a cross-sectional study involving 61 patients with idiopathic parkinson's disease (pd) who were consecutively examined and compared to a control group with 74 subjects. only patients who fulfilled the standard diagnostic criteria for pd and whose brain magnetic resonance imaging was normal were included. the objective of the study was to evaluate the prevalence of inferior urinary tract symptoms in pd and to study the possible association between clinical factors to urinary dysfunction. ln the patient group, 39.3% presented urinary symptoms when compared to 10.8% in the control group. all symptomatic patients presented irritative symptoms. the most common irritative symptom pd was nocturia, followed by frequency and urinary incontinence. around 25% of the patients presented functional obstructive symptoms determined by the disease. the most frequent obstructive symptom was incomplete emptying of the bladder. only the age of the patients and control group were correlated with urinary dysfunction.
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