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DIAGNOSIS AND EVALUATING ABOUT COMMUNITY LIEDERANCE MOBILIZATION: NURSING AND PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS
AAgnes Carolina Ribeiro Pinto, Sibele Chagas Scachetti, Marcelo Zvir de Oliveira, Héridi Karine Moreira, Nayara Raema de Oliveira de Almeida, Polianna Farinon e Elenita de Cácia Menoci Mortean
SaBios : Revista de Saúde e Biologia , 2007,
Abstract: Considering Single Health System (SUS) principles, the social mobilization for achievements in health, has great significance. This mobilization is a guarantee that people will participate in the process of policies formulation designed to health needs and quality of life. Therefore, this research aimed to encourage community leaders of neighborhoods from Basic Health Unit (BHU) Model region - Campo Mour o, PR, to mobilize their communities to explore different ways to increase the transit security. Besides, this research also objective to evaluate results of social mobilization. Students of Nursing (Integrado College from Campo Mour o), the community and the health UBS Model group established the local epidemiological profile. Thus, an intervention project was carried out to stimulate the mobilization of leaders to make an undersigned in their respective districts, to ensure the presence of a transit guard at the access transit route (BR 158 road) in UBS Model region. The indicator to evaluating community mobilization was the proportion of residents in UBS Model area aged over 18 years (2,792 individuals) who attended the undersigned. Data show that 7.02% of undersigned was over than 18 years, from these, 62.01% were female and 37.99% were male. Considering the region of residence: 37.00% were from Jardim Modelo; 19.40% from Jardim Santa Cruz; 12.85% from Jardim Silvana; 12.20% from Jardim Batel; 11.55% from Jardim Mario Figueiredo and no signature was collected at Jardim Esperan a. Regarding the proportion of signatures, results are proportional to population number in each region. Thus, community mobilization to undersigned, held by leaders from neighborhood, was low, and that popular participation in health at UBS model region should be reconsidered. It is necessary the development of methodological strategies to increase the latent capacity of persons (stakeholders), stimulating their potential.
Reduzir-se a nada: articula??es entre o masoquismo, o feminino e a máscara
Ribeiro, Carolina Nassau;Pinto, Jeferson Machado;
Psicologia USP , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642012005000009
Abstract: this paper demonstrates that the feminine doesn’t have an inherent masochist character. the supposed feminine masochism would be one of the masks used by the feminine as means to find a place as well as to attract the male’s desire. yet we conclude that there are some partnerships so devastating that they can diminish the subject to nothing.
Glifosato aplicado com diferentes concentra??es de uréia ou sulfato de am?nio para desseca??o de plantas daninhas
Carvalho, Saul Jorge Pinto de;Dias, Ana Carolina Ribeiro;Damin, Virginia;Nicolai, Marcelo;Christoffoleti, Pedro Jacob;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2008001100008
Abstract: this work was developed with the objective of evaluating glyphosate efficacy for bengal dayflower (commelina benghalensis) and other weeds desiccation, when combined to different concentrations of ammonium sulfate or urea. three experiments were carried out with similar treatments: two in field conditions and one in greenhouse. treatments applied in field conditions were: glyphosate at 360 g ha-1 a.e., isolated or combined to four concentrations of ammonium sulfate (2.5, 5, 10, and 20 g l-1) or urea (1.5, 3, 6, and 12 g l-1); glyphosate at 720 g ha-1 a.e., applied isolately; and checks without application. in greenhouse, for the specific control on bengal dayflower, glyphosate rates were increased to 720 (isolated or in combination) and to 1,440 g ha-1 a.e. ammonium sulfate addition to glyphosate spray solution increased field weed control, when concentrations up to 10 g l-1 were used. none of the glyphosate rates were efficient to control bengal dayflower. urea addition to spray solution did not improve weed control in field conditions; however, it increased bengal dayflower control for concentrations up to 6 g l-1, at the evaluation after 28 days of application.
MANEJO QUíMICO DE ESPéCIES DE CORDA-DE-VIOLA (Ipomoea E Merremia) EM áREAS DE PRODU O DE CANA-DE-A úCAR
REINERT, Camila Schorr,DIAS, Ana Carolina Ribeiro,CARVALHO, Saul Jorge Pinto,CHRISTOFFOLETI, Pedro Jacob
Nucleus , 2008,
Abstract: During the last years it has been observed an increase in the sugarcane areas harvestedmechanically without burning the dry leaves. This system has modified some characteristics of theharvest, since it is left on the soil surface different amount of trash residue, that influence the lightincidence and consequently the occurrence and the way weeds are managed, being the environmentfavorable to the infestation of the species of the genus Ipomoea and Merremia. The increase in theinfestation of the Ipomoeas and Merremias in the sugarcane crop is a motive of concern among Braziliansugarcane growers. The weed reduces the crop yield in the infested areas and interferes with the harvestprocess. The objective of this work is to study the efficacy of the herbicides sulfentrazone, diuron +hexazinone, metribuzin and ametryne + clomazone used in the sugarcane areas without burning in thecontrol of the species Ipomoea and Merremia. For that it was conducted a survey in the areas of greenharvested sugarcane with the application of the herbicides studied and visual observation of the controlwas done at 70 and 90 days after treatment, comparing to the check plot in each commercial block ofsugarcane. The data were analysed using histogram and frequency polygon. The results allowed toconclude that all the herbicides controlled at least 90% of the weed. It was not observed areas with weedcontrol problems after application, mainly for diuron + hexazinone, with a control index of 90%.Nos últimos anos verificou-se um aumento no sistema de colheita mecanizada e semqueima da cana-de-a úcar. Esse sistema modificou algumas características da colheita, uma vez que deixasobre o solo diferentes quantidades de palha, que influem na incidência de luz no local econseqüentemente na ocorrência e nas formas de manejo das plantas daninhas, favorecendo a infesta ode espécies do gênero Ipomoea e Merremia. O crescimento de focos de cordas-de-viola e Merremias nasplanta es de cana-de-a úcar é motivo de preocupa o constante dos produtores brasileiros. A plantadaninha diminui a produtividade nas áreas infestadas e atrapalha a colheita mecanizada. Objetivou-se comeste trabalho estudar a eficácia dos herbicidas sulfentrazone, diuron + hexazinone, metribuzin e ametryn +clomazone utilizados em áreas de cana crua no controle de espécies do gênero Ipomoea e Merremia. Paraisto foi realizado um levantamento das áreas com aplica o destes herbicidas e realizada avalia o visualde controle dos 70 a 90 DAA com rela o à testemunha de cada talh o. Os dados foram tabulados eanalisados com a utiliza o de
Eficácia e pH de caldas de glifosato após a adi??o de fertilizantes nitrogenados e utiliza??o de pulverizador pressurizado por CO2
Carvalho, Saul Jorge Pinto de;Damin, Virginia;Dias, Ana Carolina Ribeiro;Yamasaki, Gaspar Miura;Christoffoleti, Pedro Jacob;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2009000600004
Abstract: this work was developed with the objective of evaluating the efficacy and the ph of glyphosate spray solutions after the addition of nitrogen fertilizers and the use of co2-pressurized sprayer. in field conditions, two rates of glyphosate (360 and 720 g ha-1) were applied either alone or combined with two concentrations of urea (2.5 and 5.0 g l-1) or ammonium sulfate (7.5 and 15.0 g l-1). in laboratory, the ph of the glyphosate solutions was measured after using different concentrations of the product and nitrogen fertilizers and after using a co2-pressurized sprayer. for all field condition evaluations, the lowest glyphosate rate had higher biological efficacy after the addition of ammonium sulfate (15 g l-1) to the spray solution. urea (5 g l-1) promoted benefits only at the 28th-day evaluation. in laboratory, the increase of glyphosate concentration promoted gradual acidification of the spray solution, which stabilized at ph 4.5. ammonium sulfate caused minor acidification of the herbicide solution, whereas urea did not change the ph. the use of co2-pressurized sprayer had small effect on the solution's ph. highest glyphosate efficacy identified after the addition of nitrogen fertilizers has little relation with changes on the solution's ph.
Efeitos da luz e temperatura na germina??o de sementes de quatro espécies de plantas daninhas do gênero Digitaria
Mondo, Vitor Henrique Vaz;Carvalho, Saul Jorge Pinto de;Dias, Ana Carolina Ribeiro;Marcos Filho, Júlio;
Revista Brasileira de Sementes , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31222010000100015
Abstract: brazil has the largest number of native species of digitaria in the americas. this genus is considered as a weed causing problems in various economic crops and can be found throughout brazil in many different ecological situations. the object of this research was to evaluate the effects of light and temperature on the seed germination of four digitaria weed species. the experiment was conducted in germination chambers using a factorial 4 x 2 scheme of treatments under four temperatures (25 oc constant, alternating 20-30 oc, 20-35 oc and 15-35 oc) with alternate light cycles (8h light/16h darkness) or absolute darkness. the weed species studied were digitaria horizontalis willd., d. bicornis (lam.) roem. & schult., d.ciliaris (retz.) koel. and d. insularis (l.) fedde. the percentage and speed of germination were evaluated up to 21 days after the start of the germination test. the four species showed differing seed physiological responses. d. bicornis and d. horizontalis required light for germination while d. ciliaris and d. insularis did not. the best temperatures for germination are 20-35 oc for d. bicornis and d. ciliaris, and 20-35 oc or 15-35 oc for d. horizontalis and d. insularis.
Atividade residual de seis herbicidas aplicados ao solo em época seca
Carvalho, Saul Jorge Pinto de;Dias, Ana Carolina Ribeiro;Minamiguchi, Marcelo Hideki;Nicolai, Marcelo;Christoffoleti, Pedro Jacob;
Revista Ceres , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-737X2012000200018
Abstract: this work was carried out in field conditions with the objective of evaluating residual activity of herbicides recommended to sugarcane crop, when applied to the soil in the dry season. treatments were organized according to split-plot scheme, where six herbicides were applied to the plots and three periods of product permanence in the soil (130 days, 70 days and control without application) were placed in the split-plots. herbicide treatments were (g ha-1): amicarbazone at 1260; clomazone at 1250; hexazinone at 450; imazapic at 147; isoxaflutole at 187.5; and sulfentrazone at 900. besides the natural weed community, cucumber, considered as bioindicator, was sown in the area for the evaluation of the product residual activity. the same herbicide molecule had different evaluation as a function of the species. the herbicides amicarbazone, hexazinone, isoxaflutole and sulfentrazone show positive properties for soil application in the dry season, such as high solubility, low kow and low photodegradation. pre-emergence application of imazapic had consistent efficacy in the dry season, controlling satisfactorily the cucumber and the natural weed community. clomazone did not control the cucumber and the weed natural community.
Participa??o do nitrogênio na indu??o de injúrias foliares e na eficácia do herbicida glyphosate
Carvalho, Saul Jorge Pinto de;Tarozzo Filho, Heryaldo;Dias, Ana Carolina Ribeiro;Nicolai, Marcelo;Christoffoleti, Pedro Jacob;
Revista Ceres , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-737X2011000400017
Abstract: three experiments were carried out, two in greenhouse and one in the field to evaluate different aspects of nitrogen participation in the induction of leaf injuries and glyphosate efficacy. glyphosate was applied in combination with urea (u), ammonium sulfate (ams) and u+ams; following n soil fertilization and spray solutions with n concentrations up to 20%. application of nitrogen spray solutions did not provide satisfactory desiccation of the different plant species, reaching maximum damage of about 30%. the use of ams or u+ams as a spray vehicle for glyphosate application increased control of morning glory (ipomoea triloba l.). nitrogen solutions accelerated glyphosate-desiccation of johnsongrass (sorghum halepense l.), however with no visible differences at 28 days after application. the choice of adequate glyphosate rate (1,800 g ha-1) for brachiaria decumbens stapf desiccation was fundamental for reaching high control, and the only alternative that enhanced the efficacy of glyphosate lower rate was the previous fertilization of the soil with 150 kg ha-1 of ammonium sulfate.
Dietary fish oil did not prevent sleep deprived rats from a reduction in adipose tissue adiponectin gene expression
Ana de Mattos, M?nica Pinto, Cristiane Oliveira, Carolina Biz, Eliane Ribeiro, Claudia do Nascimento, Monica Andersen, Sergio Tufik, Lila Oyama
Lipids in Health and Disease , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1476-511x-7-43
Abstract: The constant search of more time to achieve all daily activities has leaded the major part of world population to deprive some of the sleep hours [1]. The real consequences of this change are still not totally known, but studies have been pointing out for a range of metabolic and hormonal alterations, which unbalance and damage the normal function of the body [2-8]. Nevertless, the population is sleeping 1.5 hours less than a century ago [9]. It seems that this reduction in sleep, which was directly associated with advanced age, has been imposed to the young age with the increase of demand and life style of modern society [10]. Indeed, young people are exposing their health to the development of alterations, which can lead to an increase in the incidence of age-related diseases earlier and with unknown intensity.Studies indicate that sleep deprivation causes an autonomic desbalance [11,12] with an impairment of the negative feedback control of hypotalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis [13-18,8]. Plasma cortisol is altered over 24 hour of day, predisposing to insulin resistance development [19,2,20]. Furthermore, Spiegel et al [3] proposed that it can be either by direct effect on the components of glucose regulation, or by indirect effect, through the deregulation of appetite, leading to a weight gain and obesity seeing in humans.Recent prospective studies have shown long term consequences associated with alterations of chronic sleep deprivation, demonstrating a direct correlation between the duration of sleep and Diabetes type 2 incidence [21,9,25]. In fact, sleep deprivation is an environment important factor in the development of insulin resistance (for review see [26]), as well as different types of diets can influence, in terms of improvement or impairment, the insulin sensitivity.While the wide range of fat acids has been related with the increase in risk for insulin resistance, the long chain polyunsaturated fat acid omega-3, found in large quantity in fish oil, has
Currently used pesticides in water matrices in Central-Western Brazil
Nogueira, Elisangela N.;Dores, Eliana F. G. C.;Pinto, Alício A.;Amorim, Ricardo S. S.;Ribeiro, Maria L.;Lourencetti, Carolina;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532012005000008
Abstract: this study provides data on the presence of the pesticides atrazine, chlorpyrifos, α-endosulfan, β-endosulfan, flutriafol, malathion and metolachlor in water matrices in urban and rural areas of campo verde and lucas do rio verde cities, mato grosso state, brazil. surface, rain, and groundwater samples were collected in the rainy and dry seasons during 2007 and 2008 in these important grain-producing areas. the findings revealed a higher diversity of compounds and frequency of detection in the rain water than in surface and groundwater samples. concentrations of atrazine, endosulfan and malathion above those permitted by brazilian regulations were found in some surface and groundwater samples, and the degradation products dia (deisopropylatrazine) and endosulfan sulfate, rather than their parental compounds, were found at higher levels in some samples. our findings show the vulnerability of water systems in these areas and point to the risk of pesticide contamination in important headwater streams.
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