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Use of AFLPS to distinguish landraces of pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes) in brazilian Amazonia
Clement, Charles R.;Sousa, Nelcimar Reis;Rodrigues, Doriane Pican?o;Astolfi-Filho, Spártaco;Moreno, Yolanda Nú?ez;Pascual, Vicente Torres;Rodríguez, Francisco Javier Gallego;
Scientia Agricola , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90162002000400019
Abstract: although the first inhabitants of western amazonia domesticated pejibaye (bactris gasipaes kunth, palmae) or peach palm for its fruits, today it is widely planted for its heart-of-palm. like other domesticates, pejibaye presents a complex hierarchy of landraces developed before the conquest of the americas. the existence of three landraces (pará, solim?es, putumayo) was proposed along the amazonas and solim?es rivers, brazil, based on morphological characteristics. there are some questions remaining about the intermediate landrace being an artifact of the morphometric analysis. aflps were used to evaluate the relationships among samples of these putative landraces. dna was extracted from 99 plants representing 13 populations maintained in the pejibaye germplasm bank, manaus, am; six primer combinations generated 245 markers via pcr, which were scored in an abi prism 310 sequencer and analyzed with genescan software; jaccard similarities were estimated and a dendrogram was generated with upgma. two groups of plants were observed in the dendrogram instead of three, and were similar at 0.795. each group contained two subgroups, similar at 0.815. one group (n=41) contained 73% pará landrace plants, with one subgroup (n=22) containing 91% pará, and the other (n=19) containing 53% pará. the other group (n=58) contained 53% solim?es and 40% putumayo landrace plants, with one subgroup (n=21) containing 52% solim?es and 43% putumayo, and the other (n=35) containing 57% solim?es and 37% putumayo. the first group confirmed the pará landrace. the second group suggested that the solim?es landrace does not exist, but that the putumayo landrace extends along the solim?es river to central amazonia.
Use of AFLPS to distinguish landraces of pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes) in brazilian Amazonia
Clement Charles R.,Sousa Nelcimar Reis,Rodrigues Doriane Pican?o,Astolfi-Filho Spártaco
Scientia Agricola , 2002,
Abstract: Although the first inhabitants of western Amazonia domesticated pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes Kunth, Palmae) or peach palm for its fruits, today it is widely planted for its heart-of-palm. Like other domesticates, pejibaye presents a complex hierarchy of landraces developed before the conquest of the Americas. The existence of three landraces (Pará, Solim es, Putumayo) was proposed along the Amazonas and Solim es Rivers, Brazil, based on morphological characteristics. There are some questions remaining about the intermediate landrace being an artifact of the morphometric analysis. AFLPs were used to evaluate the relationships among samples of these putative landraces. DNA was extracted from 99 plants representing 13 populations maintained in the Pejibaye Germplasm Bank, Manaus, AM; six primer combinations generated 245 markers via PCR, which were scored in an ABI Prism 310 sequencer and analyzed with GeneScan Software; Jaccard similarities were estimated and a dendrogram was generated with UPGMA. Two groups of plants were observed in the dendrogram instead of three, and were similar at 0.795. Each group contained two subgroups, similar at 0.815. One group (n=41) contained 73% Pará landrace plants, with one subgroup (n=22) containing 91% Pará, and the other (n=19) containing 53% Pará. The other group (n=58) contained 53% Solim es and 40% Putumayo landrace plants, with one subgroup (n=21) containing 52% Solim es and 43% Putumayo, and the other (n=35) containing 57% Solim es and 37% Putumayo. The first group confirmed the Pará landrace. The second group suggested that the Solim es landrace does not exist, but that the Putumayo landrace extends along the Solim es River to Central Amazonia.
étude de la lipogenèse a l'aide d'un acétate marqué au 14C chez des paires de s?urs normales et naines
SP Touchburn
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1971, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-3-3-386
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Evaluating fracture healing using digital x-ray image analysis: Fracture healing is not easily monitored using currently available techniques
SP Whiley
Continuing Medical Education , 2011,
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Is ‘divine healing’ in the ‘faith movement’ founded on the principles of healing in the bible or based on the power of the mind?
SP Pretorius
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Many people plagued with incurable diseases or diseases that seem to be resistant to medical treatment, in desperation turn to preachers who claim to administer divine healing. These divine healers make certain claims, based on their interpretation of the Scriptures and a so-called revelation of God’s will. They furthermore preach that healing and health are included in atonement and that nobody should be sick. Illness is an indication of a lack of faith on the part of the believer. It could also be attributed to an attack from the devil. In order to obtain healing, a process of ignoring the symptoms, followed by an unyielding and repeated confession of the healing needed, based on selected verses from the Scriptures, is proposed. This article is based on the contention that the healing practised by these divine healers is nothing more than a ‘mind-over-matter’ approach, leading people into confessing over and over that they have been healed. These practices are reminiscent of the utilisation of affi rmations that lead to positive thinking, which will evidently result in a change of behaviour on the part of the confessor. No indication of Godly intervention seems to be evident in this healing ministry, and neither is any submission to the will and purpose of God.
Spiritual abuse under the banner of the right to freedom of religion in religious cults can be addressed
SP Pretorius
Acta Theologica , 2011,
Abstract: The international endeavour to afford the right to freedom of religion to all world citizens is essential. This right ensures that people can choose their own religion and freely participate in the practice thereof. Although the conventions on religious freedom prohibit the use of unethical coercion in order to proselytise and retain members, the enforcement of this prohibition is problematic. Underlying psychological processes that induce members in cults to engage in radical behaviour changes cannot be proved without reasonable doubt in any legal action. The conclusion reached in this article is that although – on paper – the right to religious freedom ensures freedom in the sense that people can choose their religion, it cannot ensure that worship in any religion is a voluntary act on the part of the participants. On the one hand, religious freedom has opened the world of religion to people; but at the same time, it has also created a vague, or “grey” area where abuse can flourish under the banner of so-called “freedom”. Freedom that is not clearly defined can lead to anarchism. Abuse in religious cults can be addressed by cultivating public awareness through the gathering and distribution of information on the abusive practices of these groups.
Pastors as gewonde genesers: Outobiografiese pastoraat as heelmiddel vir emosionele verwonding en verlamming by pastors
SP Nolte
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Pastors as wounded healers: Autobiographical pastorate as a way for pastors to achieve emotional wholeness In a previous article it was argued that pastors suffer from cognitive dissonance because of the paradigm shift from modernity to postmodernity, and the emotional woundedness that frequently results from their struggles to come to terms with the new world in which they have to live and minister. This article refl ects on the way in which two further issues may exacerbate emotional woundedness in pastors. The one is church tradition, as it is refl ected in several formularies used during church services in the Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk van Afrika (NHKA), as well as the Church Ordinance of the NHKA. The other issue is the way in which pastors view the Bible. The language and rhetoric used to refl ect on these issues are discussed and evaluated. In its last paragraph the article refl ects on the possibility of autobiographical pastorate as a way for pastors to achieve emotional wholeness.
Psychological aspects of chronic pain: a literature review
SP Walker
Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia , 2005,
Abstract: The influence of psychological variables on the experience of chronic pain continues to be underestimated by many healthcare practitioners. This literature review attempts to highlight the applicability of the conceptualization of chronic pain within the biopsychosocial model and diathesis-stress framework. Within these paradigms the emotional disorders more frequently associated with the experience of chronic pain are explored. Attention is also paid to mechanisms underlying the development and maintenance of chronic pain-related emotional disorders. Finally, the implications of a more holistic conceptualization of chronic pain for clinical practice are investigated. South African Psychiatry Review Vol. 11(4) 2005: 139-145
Mixed and Mixing Systems Worldwide: A Preface
SP Donlan
Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad , 2012,
Abstract: This issue of the Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal (South Africa) sees the publication of a selection of articles derived from the Third International Congress of the World Society of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists (WSMJJ).
Ako (de)stabilizova preferen né hlasovanie
Peter Spá?
St?edoevropské Politické Studie , 2011,
Abstract: How to (De)stabilize Preferential Voting. This paper deals with the topic of preferential voting in Slovak parliamentary elections by means of a comparison with the model applied in the Czech Republic. The aim of the article is to point out the main features and weaknesses of the Slovak model. It shows that the low effectiveness of the Slovak system lies in the existence of a nationwide electoral district composed of 150 seats. In the end the author suggests possible solutions to this problem, including a way for lower ranked candidates to use the weak point of the current system for their own benefit.
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