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Biochemical Changes of Cubiu Fruits (Solanum sessiliflorum Dunal, Solanaceae) According to Different Tissue Portions and Ripening Stages  [PDF]
Moacir Couto de Andrade Júnior, Jerusa Souza Andrade, Suely de Souza Costa
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2016.712111
Abstract: Cubiu fruits (Solanum sessiliflorum Dunal, Solanaceae) are known for their high nutritional value and low caloric content. This work aimed at evaluating biochemical indices of cubiu fruits according to different tissues (peel, pulp and placenta) and ripening stages (green, turning, ripe and fully ripe). The fruits were randomly harvested to investigate sensory aspects (colorimetry, blanching effect, pigments) and biochemical indices (moisture and dry matter, Total Soluble Solids (TSS), pH, Titratable Acidity (TA), TSS/TA ratio, ascorbic acid, Alcohol-Insoluble Solids (AIS), pectinesterase activity and pectin content). The analyses were performed at the laboratory of Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia (INPA), Manaus, Brazil. The blanching process preserved pulp colors at all ripening stages. Chlorophylls were higher in green peels; flavonoids and carotenoids, in fully ripe peels. Anthocyanins were entirely absent. Pulp (turning fruits) showed the highest moisture content (91.05), followed by ripe pulp (90.70) and fully ripe pulp (90.62). Pulp TSS changed little whereas placenta TSS declined and were associated with increased TA and pH reduction (fully ripe fruits). Pulp pH and TA varied little whereas placenta pH was notably low and TA was remarkably high (fully ripe fruits). Pulp TSS/TA ratio showed predominance of TSS while in placenta, there was predominance of organic acids. AIS, precursors of pectin, were stable during ripening. The statistical analysis of dietary fiber content showed one modal value in the AIS. In pulp, pectinesterase activity correlated inversely with pectin content. Cubiu fruits were significant sources of bioactive compounds, e.g. chlorophylls, flavonoids and carotenoids, predominantly in the peel and the pulp; soluble functional fibers, e.g. pectin (g/100 g fresh weight), particularly in the green peel (1.00) and the fully ripe pulp (1.12), and other versatile molecules, e.g. ascorbic acid (mg/100 g fresh weight), especially in the fully ripe peel (32.45) and placenta (24.84) and the turning placenta (21.27). Cubiu fruits are rich in ascorbic acid and should be included in the human diet.
Effect of the Harvest Date on the Chemical Composition of Patauá (Oenocarpus bataua Mart.) Fruits from a Forest Reserve in the Brazilian Amazon
Raimundo Silva de Souza,Jerusa Souza Andrade,Suely de Souza Costa
International Journal of Agronomy , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/524075
Abstract: This study aims to evaluate the effect of harvest date on the chemical composition of patauá (Oenocarpus bataua Mart.). Fruits were harvested monthly during the harvest season (June–December, 2009) from native plants in the Adolpho Ducke Forest Reserve located in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. The patauá was assessed for pulp yield and chemical composition. Variations in the bunch size, quantity of fruits, chemical constituents and calories occur throughout the season. The pulp yield showed two plateaus, the first from June to September and the second from October to December. The pulp yield was highest in the last three months, the amount of added water equilibrates the total solids and the lipids stood out as the major chemical constituent. At the end of harvest, the patauá became dry and oily and less fibrous. Despite the significant differences, considering that the pulp yield and solids content can be standardized by added water, the entire period of the season may be indicated for the patauá can be periodically collected and considered as a high-energy food for the people of Amazon. 1. Introduction The Amazon has a great diversity of fruit species, and many of them are domesticated and present importance in the primary sector and commerce [1, 2]. Various palms native to Amazonia and other tropical regions of Latin America have been the subject of research and development and require sustainable extractivism [3]. This activity allows the exploitation of products from the forest and of biodiversity valorization [4, 5]. In the Amazon, the fruits of the palm trees such as a?aí (Euterpe oleracea and E. precatoria), bacaba (Oenocarpus bacaba), buriti (Mauritia flexuosa), inajá (Maximiliana maripa), and patauá (Oenocarpus bataua) have similarities in the process of production, consumption, and consistency of pulps [2]. Before the pulping, all fruits should remain immersed in water slightly tepid to softening of the edible portion. Then, in pulping process is necessary the addition of the water. In the pulper occurs the scraping/pressing of the fruit (the edible portion is released and fragmented) followed by sieving (retention of the seeds and fragments non-crushed) and finally getting the pulp completely homogenized. This highly dense juice is popularly known as pulp or “wine” and consumed, added or not, of the manioc flour, “tapioca” flour, salt, or sugar [4, 5]. The other similarity between them is due to high content of unsaturated fatty acid in buriti, tucum? (Astrocaryum vulgare), inajá, mari (Poraqueiba paraensis), and patauá [6]. The color,
Propaga??o vegetativa por miniestacas de preciosa (Aniba canellila (H. B.K) MEZ)
Sampaio, Paulo de Tarso Barbosa;Siqueira, Jhansem Antonio Silva de;Costa, Suely;Bruno, Flavio Mauro Souza;
Acta Amazonica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672010000400007
Abstract: this study aimed to the rooting of minicuttings of juvenile material of preciosa (aniba canelilla (h.b.k) mez), through the use of concentrations of 0, 300 ppm, 600 ppm, 1200 ppm and 2000 ppm of acid indole-3-butirico (iba) in liquid form. the cuttings were obtained from seedlings of natural regeneration with approximately one years of age and shaped with 5 cm long and 0.4 - 0.6 mm in diameter. the experiment was conducted in a greenhouse, with intermittent mist system governed by 20 seconds to mist at intervals of 20 minutes. as substrate was used sand washed. weekly applications were made from fertilizer and foliar fungicide. the design used was completely randomized with five treatments and twenty-five repetitions, totaling 125 minicuttings. after 180 days after planting, the minicuttings were taken from the substrate and evaluated the following parameters: percentage of rooting, percentage of survival, percentage of calluses, dry weight of the sprouts, number, size and dry weight of roots. the results indicate that the rooting of minicuttings of juvenile material of preciosa independent of the use of the iba. however, the use of auxin in the concentration of 2000 ppm stimulated rooting (79.04%), survival (89.43%) and sprouted (64%) of minicuttings.
Influência da temperatura e do substrato na germina??o de sementes de itaubarana (Acosmium nitens (Vog.) Yakovlev) - Leguminosae, Caesalpinoideae
Varela, Vania P.;Costa, Suely de Souza;Ramos, Michele Braule P.;
Acta Amazonica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672005000100006
Abstract: acosmium nitens (vog.) yakovlev (itaubarana), leguminosae caesalpinoideae, is an important timber species, which occurs in "varzea" (annualy flooded) amazonian forests. this paper deals with germination rates of itaubarana, which were determined for seeds sown under different temperature and substrate conditions. the mean time lenght for germination was also included as measurement parameters. the experiment was carried out using a two-factor design with balanced data considering the effects of constant temperatures (20, 25, 30 e 35°c) and substrates (sand, paper and vermiculite) on the germination rates. each level was replicated four times, and each replication contained twenty-five seeds. the results showed that seeds did not germinated when they were sown over paper at temperatures of 30 and 35°c. high seed germination rates were observed on the substrate over vermiculite at all temperatures tested, with rates ranging from 87 to 97%. the combination of temperature of 30°c and substrate over vermiculite showed to be adequate for seed germination; under this condition, the highest germination rate (97%) was obtained with a mean time lengh of approximately 5,0 days. for substrate over sand, temperatures of 20, 25 and 30°c provided the highest seed germination rates when compared with a temperature of 35°c. for temperatures of 30 and 35°c, the substrate over vermiculite provided the highest germination rate when compared with the other substrates.
O aborto entre adolescentes
Souza, Vera Lúcia Costa;Corrêa, Maria Suely Medeiros;Souza, Sinara de Lima;Beserra, Maria Aparecida;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692001000200006
Abstract: for some adolescents, pregnancy means happiness and fullfillment. however, for most of them, it means a sad moment, characterized by fear and despair, as this is an unplanned situation and the abortion seems the only alternative. this retrospective study aimed at finding out the epidemiological profile of the adolescents admitted at the clériston andrade general hospital, in feira de santana, bahia, that were submitted to a curettage from january 1995 to december 1997. the results showed the need for educative programs in order to prevent unplanned pregnancies.
Potencializa??o do efeito metemoglobinizante da dapsona em ratos pela N-acetilcisteína
Moraes, Natália Valadares de;Mello, Mauricio Homem de;Souza, Ana Maria de;Sampaio, Suely Vilela;Queiroz, Regina Helena Costa;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Farmacêuticas , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-93322008000100011
Abstract: dapsone (dds) (4,4'diaminodiphenylsulfone), the drug of choice for the treatment of leprosy, frequently induces hemolytic anemia and methemoglobinemia. n-hydroxylation, one of the major pathways of biotransformation, has been constantly related to the methemoglobinemia after the use of the drug. in order to prevent the dapsone-induced hemotoxicity, n-acetylcysteine, a drug precursor of glutathione, was administered in combination with dds to male wistar rats, weighting 220-240 g. the animals were then anaesthetized and blood was collected from the aorta for determination of plasma dds concentration by hplc, determination of methemoglobinemia and glutathione by spectrophotometry, and for biochemical and hematological parameters. our results showed that n-acetylcysteine enhanced dapsone-induced methemoglobinemia due to increased dapsone plasmatic concentration and consequent increased n-hydroxylamine formation. we concluded that drug interactions with dapsone require individually studies in order to avoid undesirable effects of dapsone.
Influência da Idade de Abate e da Castra??o nas Qualidades Físico-Químicas, Sensoriais e Aromáticas da Carne Caprina
Madruga, Marta Suely;Narain, Narendra;Arruda, Silvana Gon?alves Brito de;Souza, Janete Gouveia;Costa, Roberto Germano;Beserra, Frederico José;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982002000600028
Abstract: groups of crossbred castrated and intact goats were slaughtered at 175, 220, 265 and 310 days of age. the effect of castration and slaughter age on physical-chemical, sensorial and aromatic properties was researched. calcium content was influenced by castration; however, slaughter age had a significant effect on moisture, protein, iron, calcium and ph. castration and slaughter age had no significant effect on phospholipids contents, but slaughter age affected the percentage of total cholesterol. fatty acids were significantly affected by castration. castrated goat meat contained highest unsaturated fatty acids percentage and, consequently, highest ration pufa/sfa. there were no differences in levels of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids among the animals slaughtered at different ages. slaughter age had a higher effect on organoleptic qualities of goat meat compared to castration. a total of 108 volatiles were presented in the extract of goat meat, they were identified as: 41 aliphatic hydrocarbons, 12 alicyclic hydrocarbons, 19 aldehydes, 9 benzenoids, 9 alcohols, 7 ketones, 4 sulphur compounds, 2 terpenoids, 2 esters and 3 other compounds. highest numbers of volatile compounds were identified from castrated goats than from entires. slaughter age affected more intensively the physic-chemical and sensorial characteristics of goat meat. castration affected directly the volatile formation.
Efeito de diferentes reguladores de crescimento na regenera??o in vitro de pau-rosa (Aniba rosaeodora Ducke)
Jardim, Lyana Silva;Sampaio, Paulo de Tarso Barbosa;Costa, Suely de Souza;Gon?alves, Cláudia de Queiroz Blair;Brand?o, Hélio Leonardo Moura;
Acta Amazonica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672010000200005
Abstract: the objective of this work was to establish a protocol for in vitro regeneration of rosewood (aniba rosaeodora ducke), using apical and nodal segments inoculated in culture medium with various concentrations of growth regulators. explants disinfected with solutions of benomyl (4,0 g.l-1) for 24 hours and sodium hipoclorite in 20% + tween 20 for 20 minutes were submitted in an experiment of shoot, root and callus induction in ms medium, with 30 g.l-1 of sucrose and 9,0 g.l-1 of agar added with the growth regulators: bap (0,0 and 4,0 mg.l-1), ana, aia and 2,4-d (0,0; 3,0 and 6,0 mg.l-1), and their respective combinations. the design was complete randomized in arranged factorial 7 x 2, with 14 treatments and 15 replications, where about the explants were analysed the number of shoot, root and callus . after 90 days, the results showed that the presence of auxins is fundamental to induce buds, roots and callus . the medium was contained 4,0 mg.l-1 bap + 6,0 mg.l-1 aia showed the best average for shooting with 2,13 buds/explants. in the rooting, the medium was contained 3,0 mg.l-1 of ana was the more efficient, showed 2,53 roots/explant. however, all the treatments obtained formation of callus, but the medium with 4,0 mg.l-1 bap + 6,0 mg.l-1 2,4-d showed the best result,1.67 callus/explant.
Avalia??o do potencial energético das espécies florestais Acacia auriculiformis e Ormosia paraensis cultivadas no município de Iranduba/Amazonas, Brasil
Barros, Samia Valéria dos Santos;Nascimento, Claudete Catanhede do;Azevedo, Celso Paulo de;Pio, Nabor da Silveira;Costa, e Suely de Souza;
Madera y bosques , 2009,
Abstract: at the municipality of iranduba, in the state of amazonas, there is a high consumption of wood by the local communities, for both charcoal production and to burn for producing bricks. as a result, embrapa has developed a project to grow trees at iranduba's communities. so, the goal of this study was to evaluate the species acacia auriculiformis (exotic) and ormosia paraensis (native) by dendrometric variables, basic density, heating power and immediate analysis, through an experiment at esta??o experimental da embrapa, in iranduba. the experimental design was by random blocks with three repetitions, in a total of six parcels with 25 plants each. five trees were taken out of the nine middle trees of the useful area. discs 5 cm thick were taken from those trees and turned into proof bodies in order to determine the basic density and other tests. analysis of variance and tuckey tests, at 5% probability, were performed. a. auriculiformis (23,61 cm -15,90 m) was larger than o. paraensis (7,26 cm-7,06m) in diameter and height, respectively. both species presented medium density, but a. auriculiformis (0,63 g/cm3) had greater values than o. paraensis (0,55 g/cm3). the heating potential of a. auriculiformis (4383,65 kcal/kg) was statistically higher than that of o. paraensis (4381,24 kcal/kg). for the immediate analysis a. auriculiformis showed greater values than o. paraensis, but presented lower values for fixed carbon. the results of this study showed that both species can be grown and used as proposed.
Rendimento, composi??o tecidual e musculosidade da carca?a de cordeiros Santa Inês alimentados com diferentes níveis de feno de flor-de-seda na dieta
Marques, Ana Valéria Mello de Souza;Costa, Roberto Germano;Silva, Aderbal Marcos de Azevedo;Pereira Filho, José Morais;Madruga, Marta Suely;Lira Filho, Gerson Edmo;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982007000300014
Abstract: this study evaluated the effects of different dietary ratios of forage sorghum (sorghum bicolor l) hay (fsh) to silk flower hay (calotropis procera sw) (sfh) on true, biological, and retail carcass yields, carcass cooling losses, retail cut yields, tissue composition and carcass muscularity of santa inês lambs. twenty-four intact male lambs were assigned to one of the following four treatments: 100:0 fsh:sfh, 66:33 fsh:sfh , 33:66 fsh:sfh, or 0:100 fsh:sfh in a completely randomized design (six animals/treatment). animals were slaughtered at 30.0±0.4 kg of body weight or at 70 days of experiment. there was no effect of treatments on the biological, true, and retail carcass yields, which averaged, respectively 53.17, 45.97%, and 44.34%. except for shoulder clod and leg cuts, increasing the dietary levels of sfh significantly reduced the slaughter body weight, empty body weight, hot and cold carcass weights, retail cut yields, tissue composition, and carcass muscularity. it can be concluded that the inclusion of up to 16.5% of the diet dm (33% of the dietary forage) as sfh had no detrimental effect on carcass quality.
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