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Melhoramento da cana-de-a?úcar: IV. Experimentos regionais com clones obtidos em 1969
Alvarez, Raphael;Pommer, Celso Valdevino;Bastos, Candido Ricardo;Brinholi, Osvaldo;Júnior, Gentil Godoy;Bovi, Virginio;
Bragantia , 1984, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051984000100013
Abstract: the best twenty five clones, obtained in a sugar cane breeding program of "instituto agron?mico de campinas" started in 1969, were evaluated in a series of three experiments carried out at sugar cane regions of sao paulo state, brazil. in 1977 started the field trials using as controls the following commercial varieties: iac51205, iac52-150, iac58-480, na56-79, and cb41-76. the experimental design used was a randomized complete block with four replications. three harvests were made consecutivelly in plant cane (18 months), first ratoon (12 months after), and second ratoon (12 months after). means of the three harvest were analyzed statistically and tukey's test procedure was used to test differences among treatment means. the cane yield results showed that clones 69-362 and 69-326 were not statistically different from the best control iac51-205, and clones 69-426, 69-425, 69-274, 69-84, 69-87 and 69-242 showed cane yield results equal to the second best control na56-79. clones 69-309, 69-242, 69-232 and 69-362 had an outstanding performance in sugar content; on the other hand, clones 69-238, 69-274, 69-218, 69-254, 69-190. 69-420 and 69-277 had sugar content similar to that of best control na56-79. considering sugar yield, clones 69-362, 69-242, and 69-274 were not statistically different from the two best controls iac51-205 and na56-79, besides the clone 69-426 that showed to be equal to na56-79, in this, characteristic. according to the results new varieties are presented: iac69-242, iac69-274, iac69-309, iac69-362, iac69-425 and iac69-426.
Melhoramento da cana-de-a?úcar IIa: experimentos regionais com clones obtidos em 1967
Alvarez, Raphael;Bastos, Candido Ricardo;Segalla, Antonio Lazzarini;Oliveira, Helcio de;Godoy Jr., Gentil;Pommer, Celso Valdevino;Brinholi, Oswaldo;Dalben, Ant?nio Ernesto;
Bragantia , 1983, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051983000100003
Abstract: a lot of sugarcane clones obtained out of a breeding program started in 1967 was tested in a series of experiments. the experiments were carried out at the iac experiment station, at piracicaba, on a ortho dark red latosol soil, and in the property of the mills: santa elisa (sert?ozinho, dusky red latosol), itaiquara (tapiratiba, humic red-yellow latosol soil) and catanduva (ariranha, podzolized soils on calcareous sandstone, marilia variation). the field trials started in 1974, and the commercial varieties 'iac 52-150', 'iac 52-326', 'iac 58-480', 'cb. 41-76' and 'na 56-79' were used as controls, as they represent about 70% of the sugarcane area in the s?o paulo state, brazil. three harvests were done consecutively in plant cane (18 months), first ratoon (12 months after) and second ratoon (12 months). statistical analysis were made in a three harvest mean for all experiments. it was found out that clones 67-112, 67-48, 67-145 and 67-122 had a cane yield superior to that of the controls. clones 67-19, 67-6, 67-14, 67-28, 67-21 and 67-7 were not statistically different from the best control, 'iac 58-480'. clone 67-139 had a sugar content superior to the all the other treatments. on the other hand, clone 67-55 had a sugar content similar to that of the three best controls. in sugar yield, clone 67-112 was superior to all the other treatments, except 67-122. this one, as well as clones 67-48, 67-12, 67-47 and 67-145 were not different from the three best controls. clones 67-12, 67-47, 67-48, 67-55, 67-112, 67-122 and 67-139 were considered as new varieties, receiving the prefix iac.
Cross-Correlation of Station-to-Station Free Surface Elevation Time Series for Breaking Water Waves  [PDF]
Raphael Mukaro
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/am.2018.92010
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Free surface elevation time series of breaking water waves were measured in a laboratory flume. This was done in order to analyze changes in wave characteristics as the waves propagated from deep water to the shore. A pair of parallel- wire capacitive wave gages was used to simultaneously measure free surface elevations at different positions along the flume. One gage was kept fixed near the wave generator to provide a reference while the other was moved in steps of 0.1 m in the vicinity of the break point. Data from these two wave gages measured at the same time constitute station-to-station free surface elevation time series. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) based cross-correlation techniques were employed to determine the time lag between each pair of the time series. The time lag was used to compute the phase shift between the reference wave gage and that at various points along the flume. Phase differences between two points spaced 0.1 m apart were used to calculate local mean wave phase velocity for a point that lies in the middle. Results show that moving from deep water to shallow water, the measured mean phase velocity decreases almost linearly from about 1.75 m/s to about 1.50 m/s at the break point. Just after the break point, wave phase velocity abruptly increases to a maximum value of 1.87 m/s observed at a position 30 cm downstream of the break point. Thereafter, the phase velocity decreases, reaching a minimum of about 1.30 m/s.
Linguagem cinematográfica e Língua: o mostrado e o nomeado
Mauro Eduardo Pommer
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
Abstract: Um dos problemas centrais que surgem na análise de filmes consiste em estabelecer com clareza, num primeiro momento, aquilo que o filme mostra, para que se possa a partir daí estabelecer aquilo que o filme “quer dizer”, isto é, a quest o de sua significa o. A raz o principal dessa dificuldade consiste no fato de que os materiais próprios ao cinema possuem um caráter “documental”: tanto a imagem como o som constituem o tra o sensível de alguma coisa que efetivamente existiu e deixou aquela impress o na película. Assim é que, no plano da coisa representada, em princípio tudo o que é mostrado ao espectador tem uma existência “real” no plano diegético, a menos que seja desmentido no interior da própria diegese.
Learning to live with the “other” in America Learning to live with the “other” in America
Mauro Eduardo Pommer
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
Abstract: North-American cinema may help us understand the evolution of the concept of “otherness” as a social image. In contemporary film, it is in genres such as comedy or science-fiction that one can track the state of development of this idea on a level deeper than that shown through political correctness in more idealistic film productions. North-American cinema may help us understand the evolution of the concept of “otherness” as a social image. In contemporary film, it is in genres such as comedy or science-fiction that one can track the state of development of this idea on a level deeper than that shown through political correctness in more idealistic film productions.
A defasagem entre história e narrativa no discurso cinematográfico
Pommer, Mauro Eduardo
Sess?es do Imaginário , 2003,
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Editorial
Pommer Celso Valdevino
Bragantia , 2002,
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Editorial
Pommer Celso Valdevino
Bragantia , 2002,
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Editorial
Pommer Celso Valdevino
Bragantia , 2002,
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Melhoramento da cana-de-a?úcar: VII. Ensaios de clones provenientes de hibrida??es realizadas em 1980 e selecionados na regi?o de Jaú (SP)
Campana, Mario Percio;Alvarez, Raphael;Silva, Marcelo de Almeida;Pommer, Celso Valdevino;Camargo, Antonio Pereira de;Landell, Marcos Guimar?es de Andrade;Zimback, Leo;Silvarolla, Maria Bernadete;Figueiredo, Pery;
Bragantia , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87051995000100010
Abstract: seven sugarcane clones obtained in crosses made in 1980 were tested in four locations and two oxisol soils at jaú region. the commercial varieties na56-79, iac67-112, iac70-22, sp70-1143 and sp71-1406 were used as controls in trials planted in randomized blocks. the genotipes were evaluated in three harvestings, from plant cane trough second ratoon. the following parameters were considered: cane and sugar yield, fiber% and pol% cane. all clones showed inferior in sugar content than the controls, but five of them showed at least better performance in cane yield than var. na56-79 which acted as the worst control for this character. the clone iac80-3062, showed better sugar productions than na56-79. this clone can be recommended as a late-of-season variety for the region.
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