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Diferencia o sintomatológica de manchas foliares em Eucalyptus spp. causadas por patógenos fúngicos e bacterianos
Mafia Reginaldo G.,Alfenas Acelino C.
Fitopatologia Brasileira , 2003,
Diversidade de ácaros em aceroleira (Malpighia emarginata A.DC.) na Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco em Recife, PE
Barbosa, Daisi G.F.;Gondim Jr., Manoel G.C.;Barros, Reginaldo;Oliveira, José V.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2003000400007
Abstract: the mite diversity in the barbados cherry was evaluated at the universidade federal rural de pernambuco, in recife, pernambuco state. the samples were done in the germ plasm bank of the plant between may 2001 and march 2002. in each sample eight aleatory branches from each individual of twelve plants were surveyed. from each branch the apical bud and eight leaves from median and basal positions were collected. in the laboratory the mites were collected, mounted in histological laminas for microscopy, and identified. we founded 2.233 mites from 32 species owing to 29 genus and 11 families. from all species 4.5% belonged to the acaridida, 79.4% to the actinedida, 6.7% to the gamasida and 9.4% to the oribatida orders. the majority of the collected specimens are phytophagous. the eriophyidae family represented 59.2% from all mites collected. all sampled specimens owed to genus floracarus. the tenuipalpidae family represented 12.5% from all ácaros. the determined species were brevipalpus californicus (banks), with 4.7% and brevipalpus phoenicis (geijskes) with 7.8%. among the predaceous mites the phytoseids were more frequent, representing 6.4% from the collected mites, from which 2.8% were identified as amblyseius aerialis (muma), 2.1% as iphiseiodes zuluagai denmark & muma and 1.2% as euseius alatus deleon. among the 32 collected species, 12 are predator mites, six probably are micophagous and only four are phytophagous. these last ones, seemingly do not provoke economic damage indicating that the mites that occur in the malpighiaceae family may be in equilibrium.
O tratamento da laringomalácia: experiência em 22 casos
Avelino, Melissa A. G.;Liriano, Raquel Y. G.;Fujita, Reginaldo;Pignatari, Shirley;Weckx, Luc L. M.;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992005000300011
Abstract: laryngomalacia is the most frequent cause of stridor in childhood, and in most of the cases, spontaneous resolution occurs by the age of 2 years. approximately 10% of the cases (severe laryngomalacia) require surgery. this condition is of unknown etiology and its diagnosis is made by fiberoptic laryngoscopy, which shows shortening of the aryepiglottic folds, and/or redundant arytenoid mucosa, and/or anterior-posterior epiglottic prolapse. aim: our objective was to verify the main clinical and anatomical affections and to highlight the clinical parameters for clinical follow-up and surgical indication in patients with laryngomalacia. study design: transversal cohort study. material and method: twenty-two children diagnosed with laryngomalacia in the pediatric otorhinolaryngology of unifesp-epm, from january 2001 to december 2003, whose clinical and surgical follow-up were performed by the same examiner, were enrolled in this study. results: out of twenty-two evaluated children, 2 (9.1%) presented with severe laryngomalacia and pectus excavatum (funnel chest). at polysomnography, no child presented any significant respiratory event during sleeping. those two children with severe laryngomalacia were submitted to supraglottoplasty with resection of the aryepiglottic folds. conclusion: we concluded that stridor and shortening of the aryepiglottic folds are preponderant in children with laryngomalacia. the polysomnographic exam did not prove to be a good parameter for clinical follow-up, neither for surgical indication. the most important parameters were pectus excavatum and failure to thrive. supraglottoplasty is effective and has low morbidity rate.
Tombamento de mudas causado por Fusarium solani: uma nova doen a do Paricá no Brasil
Mafia Reginaldo G.,Alfenas Acelino C.,Andrade Gabriela C. G.,Zauza Edival A. V.
Fitopatologia Brasileira , 2003,
Estromas negros de Hypoxylon spp. em toras de eucalipto como fator negativo da qualidade da madeira para celulose
Mafia Reginaldo G.,Alfenas Acelino C.,Zarpelon Talyta G.,Nascimento Elisangela M. do
Fitopatologia Brasileira , 2003,
Incidência de Meliola rhoina como fator limitante à produ o de mudas de Schinus molle para fins de arboriza o
Mafia Reginaldo G.,Alfenas Acelino C.,Andrade Gabriela C. G.,Neves Daniela A.
Fitopatologia Brasileira , 2004,
"áfrica em Portugal": devo??es, irmandades e escravid?o no Reino de Portugal, século XVIII
Reginaldo, Lucilene;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742009000100011
Abstract: the following article discusses the history of the brotherhoods that brought together slaves and free africans as well as their descendants in portugal during the 18th century. in this way, the article considers a more general panorama of the history and the historiography of slavery and the african presence in portugal. it tries to understand the contextual appearance and the singularities of the black brotherhoods within the setting of the portuguese lay fraternities. in conclusion it highlights the importance of these organizations in the constitution of community life and in defense of the interests of the black slave and free population in the kingdom of portugal.
O Brasil com axé: candomblé e umbanda no mercado religioso
Prandi, Reginaldo;
Estudos Avan?ados , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40142004000300015
Abstract: much has changed in brazil since the studies of roger bastide in the 1940s, including the religious milieu of the afro-brazilian religions. old trends were confirmed, new directions imposed themselves. newfangled religions confront the more established ones; old religions take on new forms and convey renewed contents to face increasingly strenuous competition in the religious marketplace. i will deal here with a demographically small religious faction that is nevertheless important in brazilian culture because of the visibility of its followers: the afro-brazilian religions. i will examine the various census figures in an attempt to assess the breadth of afro-brazilian religions and will examine some traits of their followers - such as race and educational level. then, without losing sight of the constitutional and organizational peculiarities of the cults and the terreiros [ritual grounds of the candomble religion], i will attempt an explanation for the changes these religions are presently undergoing.
Estado, mercado e outras institui??es reguladoras
Moraes, Reginaldo;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64452003000100007
Abstract: recent transformations of the role, dimensions, forms and relevance of the national state in the framework of the so-called globalization are examined. this is done through the building of three analytical axis. the first one regards the redefinition of the "state form". the second one points toward the links between social institutions and political organs of representation and decision. the third one focuses on the necessarily international dimension of the political forms of organization which may or ought to be conceived in order to face the complexity of the relationships between political institutions and economic innovations.
O candomblé e o tempo: concep??es de tempo, saber e autoridade da áfrica para as religi?es afro-brasileiras
Prandi, Reginaldo;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092001000300003
Abstract: the article tries to show how conceptions of time, learning and knowledge, typical aspects of candomblé, are a constituent part of african culture and people that instituted the orixás religion in brazil . the idea of life and death, birth and reincarnation, as well as the cult to the ancestors and to the orixás, as conceived in african soil, was reproduced in brazil in conformity with those conceptions. with the transformation of candomblé in a religion not only restricted to afro-descendants and its propagation around the country, congregating followers inserted in the world of work and of controlled learning, based on the capitalist notion of time, the western conceptions undermine the african concepts of time, especially those concerning knowledge, changing the initiation practices and the constitution of authority, hierarchy and the religious power in the terreiros (yards), provoking deep changes in the religion.
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