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Observations on the felling of standards in oak coppices, Central Italy.
Bianchi L,Giovannini G
Forest@ , 2006,
Abstract: Recently, in the coppices of Tuscany and many other regions of central Italy, a large number of standards are commonly released, often leaving all the oldest ones. This practice is linked to the concern for inability to sprout by the old standards stumps. The research was carried out in two coppices with standards of Quercus cerris located near San Gimignano (Siena, Italy), and harvested in the winter 2002/2003. The research focus on the evalutation of the effects of the felling of both different age standards (2, 3 or more rotations) and shoots (1 rotation); the stumps vitality and the shoots growth were studied. The results, two years after logging, show little differences about vitality between 2-3 rotations standards stumps and shoots stumps, even if the mortality of the oldest standards is highest (about 20%). Significative differences are observed as related to the increment both in height and diameter of the shoots. The performances are different in each plot, however behaviour of standards are equal or higher than shoots. The results suggest that the low mortality of the 2-3 rotations standard stumps is wide compensated by growth increase of theirs shoots, therefore the harvest of older standard can enhance the development of the shoots by limiting the shading effect carried out by their crowns.
A formal procedure for finding contradictions into a set of rules
R. Bruni,G. Bianchi
Applied Mathematical Sciences , 2012,
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Lacrime e pianto, tra antropologia e counseling
Paolo G. Bianchi
Brainfactor , 2012,
Abstract: Il bimbo nasce con un vagito. Piangerà ancora molte volte nella vita e le cause saranno diverse: dolore, angoscia, ansia, stanchezza, stress, ma anche gioia, commozione o “liberazione”. Il pianto fa parte della vita, è espressione della nostra sensibilità, ma può anche essere visto come un elemento di debolezza. Certo è che anche i grandi della storia hanno pianto e non per questo sono stati sminuiti dai posteri, anzi…
Relazione d’aiuto, solidarietà e piani di azione
Paolo G. Bianchi
Brainfactor , 2011,
Abstract: Cos’è la relazione di aiuto e come si pone in un piano di solidarietà? La relazione di aiuto ha come attori una persona che sente disagi, conflitti o soffre di disabilità da una parte e, da un’altra una persona con competenze, abilità e disponibilità di tempo e azione. Se tra questa domanda e offerta nasce un contatto e un incontro si sviluppano i presupposti perché questa azione diventi una relazione di aiuto.
Il cervello Zelante
Paolo G. Bianchi
Brainfactor , 2012,
Abstract: Cosa significa essere zelanti e perché lo zelo quando eccede diventa dannoso per sé e per gli altri? Il dizionario di italiano Sabatini Coletti definisce lo zelo come “dedizione assidua e tenace a un compito, a un impegno”, ma anche “fervore, entusiasmo dimostrato nel perseguimento di una causa, di un ideale; anche, negativamente, fanatismo.” Nella Regola benedettina, millenaria saggezza alla quale spesso mi ispiro per la mia attività, mi ha sempre colpito il fatto che, addirittura, allo zelo è dedicato un capitolo intero “Il buon zelo che i monaci debbono avere”.
Solidarietà, specchio dell'anima
Paolo G. Bianchi
Brainfactor , 2011,
Abstract: Nel counseling il colloquio di aiuto trova la sua realizzazione negli ultimi 70 anni di ricerca da Carl Rogers in poi. L’idea è quella di aiutare la persona in difficoltà non tanto suggerendogli dei percorsi, ma sostenendola nel riscoprire il suo stato, la sua situazione attuale da una parte e nella presa di decisioni per la gestione del suo problema dall’altra.
Evaluación de la sobrevivencia, características de crecimiento, peso de la canal y punto GR en corderos pesados Corriedale puros y cruza Texel, Hampshire Down, Southdown y Suffolk
BIANCHI,G; GARIBOTTO,G.; BENTANCUR,O.;
Archivos de medicina veterinaria , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0301-732X2001000200016
Abstract: the effect of the sire breed (corriedale: c; texel: tx; hampshire down: hd; southdown: sd and suffolk : sf) on the performance of 500 c sheep lambing and growth rate, live weight, fat score, hot and cold carcass and tissue thickness in the gr point of heavy lambs was evaluated. sheep were mated in autumn. from lambing and until shipment date, the animals grazed in a pasture of trifolium repens, lotus corniculatus and festuca arundinacea. death rate of lambs was low (9%) and proportion of assisted deliveries was less than 4 %. for both variables the higher values were for the sf mated ewes. the crossbreeding showed comparative advantages over the pure breed concerning born live weight (3,5; 3,6; 3,9; 4,0 and 3,4 kg; sd, tx, hd, sf, c, respectively; p£ 0,01), growth rate (220, 231, 234, 248 and 206 g/day; tx, sd, hd, sf, c, respectively) and finish live weight (33,4; 34,7; 35,2; 37,3 and 31,5 kg, tx, sd, hd, sf and c, respectively; p£ 0,0001), particularly hd and sf rams. sd, hd and sf crossbred animals had a carcass weight superiority varying from 11 to 20% related to pure corriedale lambs (16,4; 16,9; 17,8 vs 14,8 kg, respectively; p£ 0,0001), tx crossbred animals which was similar to the pure ones (15,9 vs 14,8 kg, respectively; p=0,16). at constant carcass weight sf sired lambs had the lower gr tissue depth (9,4 vs. 12,7; 12,3; 11,6 y 12,6 mm; sf, c, tx, hd, sd, respectively; p£ 0,01). the practical implications of these results are discussed.
Cultural treatments and woody debris: the study case of beech forests in Casentino (Italy)
Salvadori G,Bianchi L,Calamini G
Forest@ , 2009, DOI: 10.3832/efor0551-006
Abstract: This paper shows the first results about quantity and quality of dead wood on the ground in beech forests of Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona and Campigna National Park. The presence of dead wood depends on several factors such as forest productivity, natural disturbances and human activities. Data from some mature managed beech stands have been collected and compared with those from unmanaged beech forest (Sasso Fratino full-protected Reserve). Results do not show significant differences between managed and unmanaged forests. The dead wood varies between 5 and 8 Mg ha-1 (in terms of total dry weight) mostly composed by fine woody debris.
Evaluación de la sobrevivencia, características de crecimiento, peso de la canal y punto GR en corderos pesados Corriedale puros y cruza Texel, Hampshire Down, Southdown y Suffolk Lamb survival, growth characteristics, carcass weight and GR values in pure Corriedale and Texel, Hampshire Down, Southdown and Suffolk sired heavy lambs
G BIANCHI,G. GARIBOTTO,O. BENTANCUR
Archivos de medicina veterinaria , 2001,
Abstract: The effect of the sire breed (Corriedale: C; Texel: TX; Hampshire Down: HD; Southdown: SD and Suffolk : SF) on the performance of 500 C sheep lambing and growth rate, live weight, fat score, hot and cold carcass and tissue thickness in the GR point of heavy lambs was evaluated. Sheep were mated in autumn. From lambing and until shipment date, the animals grazed in a pasture of Trifolium repens, Lotus corniculatus and Festuca arundinacea. Death rate of lambs was low (9%) and proportion of assisted deliveries was less than 4 %. For both variables the higher values were for the SF mated ewes. The crossbreeding showed comparative advantages over the pure breed concerning born live weight (3,5; 3,6; 3,9; 4,0 and 3,4 kg; SD, TX, HD, SF, C, respectively; P<= 0,01), growth rate (220, 231, 234, 248 and 206 g/day; TX, SD, HD, SF, C, respectively) and finish live weight (33,4; 34,7; 35,2; 37,3 and 31,5 kg, TX, SD, HD, SF and C, respectively; P<= 0,0001), particularly HD and SF rams. SD, HD and SF crossbred animals had a carcass weight superiority varying from 11 to 20% related to pure Corriedale lambs (16,4; 16,9; 17,8 vs 14,8 kg, respectively; P<= 0,0001), TX crossbred animals which was similar to the pure ones (15,9 vs 14,8 kg, respectively; P=0,16). At constant carcass weight SF sired lambs had the lower GR tissue depth (9,4 vs. 12,7; 12,3; 11,6 y 12,6 mm; SF, C, TX, HD, SD, respectively; P<= 0,01). The practical implications of these results are discussed.
Semeadura com pouco revolvimento de solo como auxílio no manejo de plantas daninhas em milho
Theisen, G.;Bianchi, M.A.;
Planta Daninha , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-83582010000100012
Abstract: a sowing tool denominated errs was developed, which, when coupled to the straw-cutting disks of no-till planters, reduces soil disturbance during crop sowing. to evaluate the effect of this tool on weed management, two experiments were carried-out at cruz alta-rs, brazil. soil exposure at corn row sowing, weed emergence density and site (row and inter-row) and the interaction of these characteristics with chemical weed control were determined. both experiments were conducted in a split-plot design with five repetitions to test the factors weed control and tool used. the prototype evaluated kept the soil mulch almost intact when planting corn, with soil exposure in the field being reduced up to 78%, with consequent reduction in emergence of bidens sp. (55%), brachiaria plantaginea (up to 37%), ipomoea sp. (50%) and raphanus raphanistrum (26%). the species bidens sp., b. plantaginea and r. raphanistrum germinated predominantly in the plant rows. this tendency was not so evident in the other weeds studied, mainly c. halicacabum and e. heterophylla. the use of the proposed equipment decreased soil exposure in the corn sowing rows, reducing the density of several weeds and improving the chemical weed control of the crop.
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