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AMéRICA LATINA: UMA REALIDADE DE CIDADES GIGANTES
Amália Inés Geraiges de Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1991, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i5.263
Abstract: O presente trabalho é uma análise das metrópoles latino-americanas consideradas como algumas das maiores áreas urbanizadas do mundo. Nelas, a partir do processo de metropoliza o, simultaneamente se consideram os fundamentos socioecon micos e políticos que as produziram. Ao mesmo tempo, procura-se destacar o espa o como mercadoria onde a ideologia e o fetichismo de uma sociedade de consumo s o incentivados, materializando-se numa estrutura urbana com destaque para os grandes contrastes entre os bairros ricos, médios e pobres.
DIMENS O AMBIENTAL DA URBANIZA O LATINO-AMERICANA
Amália Inés Geraiges de Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1994, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i8.227
Abstract: DIMENS O AMBIENTAL DA URBANIZA O LATINO-AMERICANA
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Amália Inés Geraiges de Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1995, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i9.214
Abstract: "AS NOVAS CATEDRAIS DO CONSUMO: OS SHOPPING CENTERS DAS METRóPOLES LATINO-AMERICANAS"
AS TRANSFORMA ES DA METRóPOLE PAULISTANA NOS ANOS 80
Amália Inés Geraiges de Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1992, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i6.253
Abstract: AS TRANSFORMA ES DA METRóPOLE PAULISTANA NOS ANOS 80
A METROPOLIZA O NOS PAíSES DO TERCEIRO MUNDO
Amália Inés Geraiges Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1999, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i13.143
Abstract: O trabalho faz uma análise do que se considera Terceiro Mundo e hoje chamado o Sul pobre. A partir desse momento se dedica ao estudo dos diferentes períodos teórico-metodológicos que definiram o espa o fazendo referência à metrópole. Diversas concep es s o analisadas nas rela es da sociedade e o meio no conceito de metrópole. Finalmente delimita os processos de metropoliza o do Terceiro Mundo em três períodos. O primeiro, o da forma o do mercado internacional cujo centro de comando era a Inglaterra, denominada de metrópole do período industrial, destacando-se Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Havana. Este período pode-se limitar nos anos de 1940, onde mencionamos também S o Paulo, México, Santiago, Calcutá entre outras. O segundo, o grande momento dos processos de urbaniza o e metropoliza o (1950 a 1990). Várias das metrópoles est o entre as maiores do mundo. Terceiro período, no mundo globalizado, a metrópole mundial, o espa o sendo produto dessa nova situa o geográfica.
FORMA O SóCIO-ESPACIAL E O LUGAR COMO MEDIA O:
Amalia Inés Geraiges Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1997, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i11.172
Abstract: A partir dos conceitos de forma o sócio-espacial e de lugar procurou-se analisar espa os estruturados por elementos culturais próprios dos imigrantes nordestino na cidade de S o Paulo. A Pra a da Sé, assim como outros pontos de encontro na cidade s o lugares criados a partir das experiências de milh es de pessoas que ao chegarem na metrópole necessitam plasmar sua cultura, suas vivências, seus costumes, seu sentir. O mercado imobiliário se apropria dessa bagagem e produz Centro das Tradi es Nordestinas (CTN), onde semanalmente uma multid o de pessoas se reúne para imaginar que est o nas “suas terras”. Esta forma o sócio-espacial carregada de simbolismos sofre os ataques irracionais de um grupo neonazista, “os carecas”, querendo destruir o lugar semeando o terror e a violência. Uma nova forma de racismo que se alastra trazendo o medo e desrespeitando os direitos humanos dos cidad os que nesse lugar procuram o lazer semanalmente.
PASQUALE PETRONE: MESTRE DA DOCENCIA E DA PESQUISA - DOI: 10.7154/RDG.2012.0112.0012
Amalia Ines Geraiges de Lemos
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 2012, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i2012.385
Abstract: PASQUALE PETRONE: MESTRE DA DOCENCIA E DA PESQUISA DOI: 10.7154/RDG.2012.0112.0012
Halofuginone Has Anti-Proliferative Effects in Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia by Modulating the Transforming Growth Factor Beta Signaling Pathway
Lorena L. de Figueiredo-Pontes, Patricia A. Assis, Bárbara A. A. Santana-Lemos, Rafael H. Jácomo, Ana Sílvia G. Lima, Aglair B. Garcia, Carolina H. Thomé, Amélia G. Araújo, Rodrigo A. Panepucci, Marco A. Zago, Arnon Nagler, Roberto P. Falc?o, Eduardo M. Rego
PLOS ONE , 2011, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0026713
Abstract: Promyelocytic leukemia-retinoic acid receptor alpha (PML-RARα) expression in acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL) impairs transforming growth factor beta (TGFβ) signaling, leading to cell growth advantage. Halofuginone (HF), a low-molecular-weight alkaloid that modulates TGFβ signaling, was used to treat APL cell lines and non-obese diabetic/severe combined immunodeficiency (NOD/SCID) mice subjected to transplantation with leukemic cells from human chorionic gonadotrophin-PML-RARα transgenic mice (TG). Cell cycle analysis using incorporated bromodeoxyuridine and 7-amino-actinomycin D showed that, in NB4 and NB4-R2 APL cell lines, HF inhibited cellular proliferation (P<0.001) and induced apoptosis (P = 0.002) after a 24-hour incubation. Addition of TGFβ revealed that NB4 cells were resistant to its growth-suppressive effects and that HF induced these effects in the presence or absence of the cytokine. Cell growth inhibition was associated with up-regulation of TGFβ target genes involved in cell cycle regulation (TGFB, TGFBRI, SMAD3, p15, and p21) and down-regulation of MYC. Additionally, TGFβ protein levels were decreased in leukemic TG animals and HF in vivo could restore TGFβ values to normal. To test the in vivo anti-leukemic activity of HF, we transplanted NOD/SCID mice with TG leukemic cells and treated them with HF for 21 days. HF induced partial hematological remission in the peripheral blood, bone marrow, and spleen. Together, these results suggest that HF has anti-proliferative and anti-leukemic effects by reversing the TGFβ blockade in APL. Since loss of the TGFβ response in leukemic cells may be an important second oncogenic hit, modulation of TGFβ signaling may be of therapeutic interest.
Morfologia do desenvolvimento pós-seminal de Syngonanthus elegans e S. niveus (Eriocaulaceae): Eriocaulaceae
Scatena, Vera Lúcia;Lemos Filho, José Pires de;Lima, Ana Amélia Araújo;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33061996000100008
Abstract: the species s. elegans (bong.) ruhl. and s. niveus (kunth.) ruhl. (eriocaulaceae) are known in brazil as star flowers and they grow in the rupestrian fields of serra do cipó - mg. they are used for ornamental purposes so data on their germination and postseminal development are important. in this study the seeds were germinated in growth chamber under controled conditions and in the laboratory under light and dark conditions. for each treatment four repetitions of 25 seeds on petri plates with humid filter paper were used. the results show that the seeds of s. elegans and s. niveus are positive photoblastic. the post-seminal development stages are the same for both species and during the germination period the undifferentiated axis of the embryo becomes apparent. the observation of the development of this axis shows that the growth of the leaves occurs first than that of the adventitious root. the seed operculum adheres to the testa and the primary root degenerates in the embrionary axis.
Conhecimento e instrumentaliza??o de professores sobre desenvolvimento de fala: a??es de promo??o da saúde
Santos, Lílian Marinho dos;Friche, Amélia Augusta de Lima;Lemos, Stela Maris Aguiar;
Revista CEFAC , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462011005000011
Abstract: purpose: to check the knowledge of children educators about speech development and describe an speech therapy instrumentation action. methods: the study was conducted in two public schools of kindergarten at belo horizonte. we developed and applied the following tools: map speech; rating scale strategy and open issues. maps and speech strategy rating scale were completed by teachers before and after instrumentation; the open question post-instrumentation answered. between steps we performed an instrumentation development for the teachers covering speech, information on how to identify children with speech disorders, when to refer them to the speech therapist and how to stimulate the right speech in the classroom. the sample consisted of five teachers for students from 4 to 5 year old. results: phonemes that have suffered major changes in the occurrence, indicating an improvement in the perception of teachers after instrumentation were:/p/, /λ/, //, c/l/v e c/r/v. there was a perception of educators in reducing rates of inappropriate speech, comparing pre-and post-instrumentation (37% to 4.4%), which shows that the instrumentation has changed the perception of teachers on the students' speech. teachers reported that the instrumentation assisted in the identification of normal and speech problems of children. conclusion: the instrumentation for the development of speech, performed by speech therapists, is a measure that contributes for prevention and health promotion aiding the teaching practice of the teachers.
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