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Luís Carlos Gehrke,Bibiana Wrasse
Revista Eletr?nica do Curso de Direito da UFSM , 2013, DOI: 10.5902/198136948407
Abstract: Uma nova conduta de prote o ambiental é uma necessidade urgente nos dias atuais. Em face da evolu o do direito a posse, criou-se a fun o social da mesma, que em tempos de tecnologias avan adas e grandes descuidos ambientais, evoluiu se transformando em fun o socioambiental. N o é contestado que o meio ambiente equilibrado é pe a fundamental para a vida digna da popula o, sendo necessário medidas de preven o contra depreda es. Neste viés, o legislador incluiu a obriga o de preservá-lo no rol dos direitos fundamentais, a fim de tutelar a saúde das gera es atuais e seguintes.
Selective Posterior Epiphysiodesis of the Triradiate Cartilage of the Acetabulum: Preliminary Results of an Experimental Study in Rabbits  [PDF]
Bibiana Dello Russo
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2016.68032
Abstract: Background: Residual acetabular dysplasia is one of the main complications of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). Without treatment, over time degenerative osteoarthritis of the joint will develop, inexorably leading to the need for joint replacement. Acetabular and/or femoral osteotomies do not avoid the appearance of osteoarthritis in a significant number of patients. The purpose of this study was to assess the possibility of provoking changes in the morphology of the acetabulum through selective epiphysiodesis of the extra-articular portion of the ilioischial arm of the triradiate cartilage, using a percutaneous cannulated screw with the guidance of an imaging intensifier in an experimental model in rabbits. Methods: In a pilot study, 3-week-old New Zealand rabbits (n = 20) were submitted to unilateral surgery of the hip while the contralateral hip of the same group was used as a control. Posterior epiphysiodesis to the triradiate cartilage of the acetabulum was performed by placement of a cannulated screw. The rabbits were followed-up until 18 weeks of life. Radiographic measurements of the hips were performed immediately postoperatively and at 12 weeks of life and before the rabbits were sacrificed at week 18. Three-dimensional computed tomography (3D-CT) scans were performed. Non-parametric tests for paired samples and the Wilcoxon test were used to compare the differences between group 1 and group 2. A p < 0.05 was considered significant. Results: The non-intervened hips showed that, when the rabbit matured, the acetabulum lost concavity and depth. When comparing the median differences of the angles evaluated at 12 weeks between groups, a statistically significant difference was found in all radiographic measurements: an increase in Wiberg’s angle but a decrease in acetabular index, acetabular angle of Sharp, acetabular depth index, and acetabular anteversion. Evaluating the operated hips at 12 and 18 weeks (three months after having removed the screw) using 3D-CT, we observed a rebound effect in the correction confirming that the effect obtained through selective epiphysiodesis did not cause the definitive closure of the cartilage. Conclusions: Selective growth arrest of the ilioischial arm of the triradiate cartilage (posterior epiphysiodesis) can alter growth and change the shape of the acetabulum in rabbits. A rebound effect was observed when the screw was removed, confirming that the technique did not provoke definitive closure of the physis. Level of evidence: Level-2, therapeutic study.
Familia, redes y poder en la Guardia de Luján
Mundo agrario , 2010,
Abstract: the family roots and social network are the factors, the emphasis in this research to address the issue of the building of the justice of peace in the buenos aires province. from the violent episode that led to the displacement of a magistrate will investigate the relational capital of the judges and their families to show that the justice of peace organization used existing networks, which are rooted in colonial times, realizing that continuities prevailed rather than breaks in traffic colonial independent state. in addition, it will be perceived in the political behavior of this community, the weight of the dense web that was built through marriage and linked to most of the residents of the guard luján.
Family, networks and power in Guardia de Luján Familia, redes y poder en la Guardia de Luján durante la década de 1820
Bibiana Andreucci
Mundo agrario , 2010,
Abstract: The family roots and social network are the factors, the emphasis in this research to address the issue of the building of the Justice of Peace in the Buenos Aires province. From the violent episode that led to the displacement of a Magistrate will investigate the relational capital of the Judges and their families to show that the Justice of Peace organization used existing networks, which are rooted in colonial times, realizing that continuities prevailed rather than breaks in traffic colonial independent state. In addition, it will be perceived in the political behavior of this community, the weight of the dense web that was built through marriage and linked to most of the residents of the Guard Luján. El arraigo familiar y las redes sociales serán los factores que se privilegiarán en esta investigación que abordará la cuestión de la construcción del edificio de la Justicia de Paz en la campa a bonaerense. A partir del violento episodio que generó el desplazamiento de un Juez de Paz, indagaremos el capital relacional de los jueces y sus familias para demostrar que la organización la Justicia de Paz utilizó redes existentes, que hundían sus raíces en tiempos coloniales, dando cuenta de que primaron continuidades más que rupturas en el transito del estado colonial al independiente. Pero además, se tratará de percibir en el comportamiento político de esta comunidad, el peso de la densa urdimbre que se construyó a través del matrimonio y que vinculó a gran parte de los vecinos de la Guardia de Luján.
Comparison of the OH (8-3) and (6-2) band rotational temperature of the mesospheric airglow emissions
Wrasse, Cristiano Max;Takahashi, Hisao;Gobbi, Delano;
Revista Brasileira de Geofísica , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-261X2004000300002
Abstract: the airglow oh (8-3) and (6-2) band rotational temperatures were measured and compared using two scanning photometer at cachoeira paulista (23os, 45ow) in 1999. the rotational temperature were obtained from the ratio between the p1(5) and p1(3) in the case of the (8-3) band and p1(4) and p1(2) lines for the (6-2) band. three different einstein coefficients, of mies (1974), langhoff et al., (1986) and turnbull & lowe (1989) were used and compared between them. it was shown that both the temperature did agree well with in an error range when the langhoff et al.'s coefficients were used.
Fish assemblage structure is consistent through an annual hydrological cycle in habitats of a floodplain-lake in the Colombian Amazon
Correa, Sandra Bibiana;
Neotropical Ichthyology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-62252008000200014
Abstract: i investigated changes in abundance and spatial distribution of medium- and large-sized fishes (>100 mm) in an oxbow lake of the lower apaporis river, colombian amazon, across three seasons (falling, low, and rising water). fifty-three species in 13 families were collected from six habitats: lagoon channels, stream, flooded forests, isolated shrub patches, muddy beaches, and rocks. abundance, biomass, and species richness were higher during the rising-water season and lower during falling-water season. correspondence analysis (ca) showed that fish assemblages were associated to two basic habitat types. one assemblage of fishes was associated with densely vegetated and structurally complex habitats (flooded forest, lagoon channels, stream, and isolated shrub patches), and a second assemblage of fishes was associated with muddy beaches. these assemblages persisted despite seasonal fluctuations in water level. species in the structurally complex habitats assemblage were mostly omnivores, whereas the beach habitat assemblage included mainly piscivores and detritivores. results from this study suggest that overall abundance of fishes in habitats within and surrounding taraira lake is highly variable among seasons, but species habitat affinity is maintained through seasons.
La escuela en tiempos de crisis:Puntos de fuga para re-instaurar la esperanza en contextos post-desastre
Vélez Medina,Bibiana;
Folios , 2011,
Abstract: abstract contingent modernity can be described as the result of enlightened and industrialized modernity and hence bears the risk of being transformed into a condition of contemporary possibility. in this manner, risk appears as a social and historical construct permeating all fields of western culture, among them the field of education, which must be deconstructed from the emergency of uncertainty, which produces the catastrophe of the modern ideal. from this vein of ideas, the following text examines new conditions of opportunity for the school in a post-disaster context and the risks of future educational transformation.
Caldasia , 2006,
Abstract: six species are now recognized to grow in colombia [p. aurata (ach.) vain., p. crocata (l.) vain., p. intricata (del.) vain., p. arvidssonii d. galloway, p. clathrata (de not.) malme, y p. encoensis r. sant.], three of which (p. arvidssonii, p. clathrata and p. encoensis) are new records for the country. anatomical and morphological descriptions are provided for each species, together with results from chemical tests with k, p, c and kc and thin layer chromatography,. and ecological and distributional data. keys to the genera of lobariaceae as well as to the colombian species of pseudocyphellaria are provided.
Algunos apartes de la traducción jurídica y oficial en Colombia
Clavijo Olmos,Bibiana;
Revista EAN , 2011,
Abstract: nowadays, there is a growing demand for legal translation due to aspects such as the opening of markets and foreign relations, as stated by anabel borja (2007). are colombian translators prepared to satisfy the local market needs and to compete globally? are they competent enough to translate this language for specific purposes? this article has a theoretical background about legal translation that includes an analysis of the competencies a legal translator should have. it contrasts theory with the real practice of translation and with the colombian official certificate of translators. the main purpose of this article is to analyze the real need of developing competencies as legal translators by following formal education programs, in order to supply the market needs.
Densidad de la madera en clones de eucalyptus por densitometría de rayos X
Arango,Bibiana; Tamayo,Lida;
Revista Facultad de Ingeniería Universidad de Antioquia , 2008,
Abstract: in brazil, as in many other countries significant advances have been verified in intensive clonal silviculture with remarkable differences on parameters of growth and development between species clones and hybrids of eucalyptus. at the same time, during recent years the concept of multiple uses of tree logs to increase the yield of the forest enterprise as cellulose and paper and solid wood has been introduced. the present paper studies the wood uniformity index and radial variability of density using x-rays densitometry of 8 year clones eucalyptus grandis and e. grandis x urophylla in order to optimize their use. this experiment was performent at suzano cellulose and paper company clone plantation in san miguel de arcanjo-sp-brazil. the best five clones of the species and hybrid by their silviculture characteristics were selected. three models of radial density variation were found and the formation of three different types of wood were characterized (youthful, of transition and adult); the average value of wood apparent density in clones was 0.46 and 0.54 g/cm3 for eucalyptus grandis and e. grandis x urophylla, respectively.
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