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Janasa, nueva variedad de frijol tipo azufrado para el estado de Sinaloa, México
Salinas Pérez, Rafael Atanasio;Rodríguez Cota, Franklin Gerardo;Padilla Valenzuela, Isidoro;Valencia Martínez, Yeny;Ortiz Cano, Héctor Genaro;Acosta Gallegos, Jorge Alberto;
Revista mexicana de ciencias agrícolas , 2012,
Abstract: in sinaloa, the yellow-grained bean of the type azufrado-peruvian, nueva granada breed, particularly the variety azufrado higuera, has the greatest area planted with this legume. in this article, we describe the development and the agronomic characteristics of a new variety of this type of bean, "janasa", which will help broaden the number of varieties available in this commercial class. this new variety was developed from the breeding of three lines between ((azufrado pimono-78 / canario-72) // azpa-5). the development of the selection was based on the tolerance to viral (bgmv, bcmv and bcmnv) and fungal diseases such as (sclerotinia sclerotorium) and rust (uromyces appendiculatus var. appendiculatus). the janasa plant has determined habit type i, it is 44 cm tall, it reaches physiological maturity in 104 days and the weight it has for 100 seeds varies between 42 and 44 g. janasa presents adaptation in the bean-producing areas in northern sinaloa in irrigation conditions, where it has presented high yield potential and tolerance to diseases during the autumn-winter cycle, surpassing the yield of the variety azufrado higuera with an average of 322 kg ha-1 in four years.
Case Study: Analysis of the Physical Factors of Palestinian Bioclimate  [PDF]
Jehad M. H. Ighbareyeh, A. Cano-Ortiz, E. Cano
American Journal of Climate Change (AJCC) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajcc.2014.32021

This study analyses the physical factors of the Palestinian bioclimate, the mean monthly and annual temperature, mean monthly maximum temperature, and mean monthly minimum temperature using data from six weather stations from the Palestine Meteorological Department, recorded in two periods: The first period from 1969 to 1981, the second period from 1975 to 1995 (more than 32 years). Statistical tests included a bioclimatic analysis of Palestinian meteorological stations for the periods from 1969-1981 and 1975-1995 by using bioclimatic classification of the Earth of Rivas Martinez Salvador, with regard to thermicity index, compensated thermicity index, annual ombrothermic index, and simple continentality index. The bioclimate of Palestineis affected by various factors, such as the Jordanian-Syrian desert, and its natural geography and topography, among others as well as biodiversity. Annual ombrothermic index value ranging between 0.6 to 3.4 and simple continentality index was from 12.4 to 18.1. It is concluded that the occupied Palestinian territories belong to the arid, semiarid, dry, sub-humid and humid ombrotype, and the Inframediterranean, Thermomediterranean and Mesomediterranean bioclimatic belt.

Rain Forests in Subtropical Mountains of Dominican Republic  [PDF]
Eusebio Cano, Alverto Veloz, Ana Cano-Ortiz
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.510161

This article presents a study of the cloud forest dominated by the Prestoea montana (R. Graham) Nichols. This is a hyperhumid forest located in ravines and shaded areas with cloud condensation, and at heights ranging from 350 - 1250 masl. This type of forest is always found in thermal and mesotropical belts, without ever reaching the supratropical belt. This study was based on works published by other authors and on our own field sampling. The article begins by describing the geological, bioclimatic, biogeographic and floristic aspects of the areas in the study, specifically the hyperhumid areas in the central and eastern mountains. Due to the scarcity of phytosociological works on this area, we apply a statistical treatment to compare our communities with other associations described in Cuba. This comparison reveals that these forest groups are floristically quite distant from each other, both with regard to alliance and association species. We therefore propose two new communities: Cyathea furfuracea Baker and Prestoea montana (Grah.) Nichol; Ormosia krugii Urb. and Prestoea montana (Grah.) Nichol.

Phytosociology with Other Characteristic Biologically and Ecologically of Plant in Palestine  [PDF]
Jehad M. H. Ighbareyeh, A. Cano-Ortiz, Asma A. A. Suliemieh, Mohammed M. H. Ighbareyeh, E. Cano
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.520327

Idna, Hebron area, Palestine was subject to phytosociological study through the period from March to May 2013; this area has a characteristic dry, arid, semi-arid and very little of sub-humid and locates between Mediterranean, Negev and Sinai regions. We took 237 samples of different species plants from Idna village; the absence of phytosociological studies on the area led us to run a statistical treatment on the 237 woody plant inventories. Moreover, the inventories were made following Braun-Blanquet 1979; we transformed the Braun-Blanquet species abundance-dominance values into those of Van der Maarel 1979. In the statistical treatment we obtained two large groups in the cluster: group (A), representing forests, copses and high shrublands influenced by climate (climatophilous); and group (B), representing Tamarix copses which are influenced by edaphohygrophilic. Working a great interest for Palestine. Due to the lack of phytosociological studies in this country. For the first time gets to sample and characterize the phytosociological methodology woody plant communities. The objective of this study is to obtain bioclimatic indicators to trigger sustainable agricultural development. We propose eight association plant communities such as ASL1 = association of woody plants (association one)Pistacio palaestinae-Quercetum lokii; ASL2Capparido sinaicae-Ceratonietum siliquae

Soil and Phytosociological Characterisation of Grasslands in the Western Mediterranean  [PDF]
A. Cano-Ortiz, E. Bioindi, C. J. Pinto Gomes, S. Del Río González, E. Cano
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.521337
Abstract: A study was made of grasslands in olive groves with a high frequency of Hordeum leporinum Link, Chrysanthemum coronarium L., Malva neglecta Wallr., Aegilops geniculata Roth and Dasypyrum villosum (L.) Borbas, initially included in the alliance Hordeion leporini Br.-Bl. in Br.-Bl., Gajewski, Wraber & Walas 1936 corr. O. Bolós 1962, and sub-alliance Malvenion neglectae Gutte 1966. The study was carried out in the western Mediterranean (Spain, Italy, Portugal and northern Morocco). The soil and phytosociological treatment of the samples contributes information for new plant communities. In the study of plant communities, the indices of degree of presence are adapted to those of Van der Maarel. The new alliance Securigero securidacae-Dasypyrion villosi is proposed for the sub-Mediterranean and Euro-Siberian territories, with the new communities Securigero securidacae-Dasypyretum villosi and Convolvulo elegantissimi-Aegilopetum geniculatae. This last community, due to its richness in Aegilops geniculata Roth, could be included in the alliance
Assessing Crop Yield Sustainability under the Climatic and Bioclimatic Change in the Area of Palestine  [PDF]
Jehad M. H. Ighbareyeh, A. Cano-Ortiz, E. Cano Carmona, Mohammed M. H. Ighbareyeh, Asma A. A. Suliemieh
American Journal of Climate Change (AJCC) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajcc.2015.41005
Abstract: We analyzed plant production such as olive, grape and fig in several Palestinian Occupied Territories, and studied the correlation analyses between productions and climatic, bioclimatic features in the territory. This work examines the following climate factors: average temperature, precipitation, soil water reserve and water deficit; and bioclimatic parameters such as compensated thermicity index, ombrothermic index and continentally index. The data used were from nine meteorological stations of the Palestinian Meteorological Department. The study was based on the correlation analyses between olive, grape and fig production in nine plots: Hebron, Ramallah, Nablus, Jenin, Jericho, Bethlehem, Jerusalem and Tulkarem over fourteen years. The analysis of variance revealed a significant influence of the variables temperature and compensated thermicity index on the production of olive and fig, and a low influence on grape production. When we applied canonical correspondence analysis (CCA), the Nablus, Jenin, Jericho and Gaza plots were most affected by the climate factors as temperature, and bioclimate factors as compensated thermicity index, whereas, the Hebron, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Tulkarem and Ramallah plots showed the influence of ombrothermic index, continentally index, precipitation, water deficit and soil water reserve.
Detecting adventitious transgenic events in a maize center of diversity
Gamarra,Luis Fernando Rimachi; Delgado,Jorge Alcántara; Villasante,Yeny Aquino; Ortiz,Rodomiro;
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology , 2011,
Abstract: background: the genetic diversity of maize in peru includes several landraces (within race clusters) and modern open pollinated and hybrid cultivars that are grown by farmers across various regions, thereby making this country a secondary center of diversity for this crop. a main topic of controversy in recent years refers to the unintended presence of transgenic events in locally grown cultivars at main centers of crop diversity. peru does not yet have biosafety regulations to control or permit the growing of genetically modified crops. hence, the aim of this research was to undertake a survey in the valley of barranca, where there were recent claims of authorized transgenic maize grown in farmers fields as well as in samples taken from feed storage and grain or seed trade centers. results: a total of 162 maize samples (134 from fields, 15 from local markets, eight from the collecting centers of poultry companies, from the local trading center and four samples from seed markets) were included for a qualitative detection by the polymerase chain reaction (pcr) of cauliflower mosaic virus (camv) 35s promoter (p35s) and nopaline synthase terminator (tnos) sequences, as well as for six transgenic events, namely bt11, nk603, t25, 176, tc1507 and mon810. the 134 maize samples from farmers fields were negative for cry1ab delta-endotoxin insecticidal protein and enzyme 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase (epsps) using lateral flow strips. the pcr analysis did not detect any of the six transgenic events in samples from farmers fields, local markets, seed trading shops and the local collecting center. there were four transgenic events (t25, nk603, mon810 and tc1507) in grain samples from the barns of poultry companies. conclusions: this research could not detect, at the 95% probability level, transgenes in farmers' fields in the valley of barranca. the four transgenic events in grain samples from barns of poultry companies were not surprising because peru imports maiz
Conflicto armado e información: una reflexión sobre las reglas de conducta profesional periodística que dicta el Acuerdo por la discreción
Diversitas: Perspectivas en Psicología , 2006,
Abstract: this paper purposes an analysis about the agreement for discretion signed in 1999 by 32 media directors "to elevate the quality level and responsibility in the coverage and broadcasting of violent facts". this article analyses the factors that impede the agreement for discretion from generating real changes in journalistic informative practices. this article presents a model (lemieux, 2000) that explains the variables that influence the production of information discourse by journalists and the mass media.
El personaje periodístico, ?efecto de realidad o modelo de conducta? análisis de discurso de la sección las voces de la otra Colombia publicada por el diario El Tiempo
Universitas Psychologica , 2005,
Abstract: this article is based on the series the voice of the other colombia published in el tiempo journal, which proposes an analysis that illustrates current trends of information dissemination through stories and narrations. the analysis observes this trend through narrative theory focusing in what is referred to as “personaje periodístico”. various studies have highlighted that the dissemination of information through the use of narrations created around a main character, are useful to reinforce the “reality effect” of a text. our objective was that of identifying the common characteristics of the nine characters that were used in the series under analysis. the results show that the journal tends to prefer a “model” for its characters: man, 40 years of age, with low income, from a disadvantaged region in the country, and that is in constant contact with violence and / or poverty. each character would then decide to “get out of this situation by himself ”.
Yeny Serrano
Suma Psicológica , 2012,
Abstract: Given the start of new peace talks between the FARC guerrillas and the Colom-bian government, it is crucial to understand the role of Colombian journalists in reporting peace and war.This article presents an analysis on the National Press coverage of the demobilizations of a paramilitary group (Bloque Cacique Nutibara) and a section of the FARC guerrillas (BloqueCacicaGaitana) within a frame that reflects over the ethical practice of journalism in the context of war. The results are consistent with literature arguing that ethical codes are not documents dictating how journalists should do their job, but rather they repre-sent political acts of communication which allow journalists to reclaim their prof-fessional independence from sources and defend themselves from threats. The paper also discusses the apparent tension between journalism ethics, and the barriers imposed by the media′s informational needs and the strategic military aims of armed groups.
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