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Nymph and Adult Performance of the Small Green Stink Bug, Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood) on Lanceleaf Crotalaria and Soybean
Panizzi, Ant?nio Ricardo;Cardoso, Shirlei Regina;Chocorosqui, Viviane Ribeiro;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132002000100009
Abstract: lanceleaf crotalaria, crotalaria lanceolata e. mey (leguminosae) was found hosting the small green stink bug, piezodorus guildinii (westwood), in paraná state, brazil. in the laboratory, nymphs showed less mortality when fed on immature pods of crotalaria (64%) than when fed on immature pods of soybean, glycine max (l.) merrill (88%). from 2nd stadium to adult, nymphs required less time to complete development on crotalaria (mean of females and males = 18.4 days) than on soybean (21.5 days). fresh body weight at adult emergence was greater on crotalaria (mean of females and males = 51.4 mg) than on soybean (42.2 mg). adult p. guildinii tended to live longer on crotalaria than on soybean. mean adult longevity was 34.6 days on crotalaria, and 28.8 days on soybean. however, the reproductive performance of females, although similar on both foods, tended to be greater on soybean. these results indicated that p. guildinii was able to develop and reproduce on the wild host lanceleaf crotalaria. compared to soybean, this weed plant was more suitable for nymph development, and equally suitable for adult reproduction.
Nymph and Adult Performance of the Small Green Stink Bug, Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood) on Lanceleaf Crotalaria and Soybean
Panizzi Ant?nio Ricardo,Cardoso Shirlei Regina,Chocorosqui Viviane Ribeiro
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2002,
Abstract: Lanceleaf crotalaria, Crotalaria lanceolata E. Mey (Leguminosae) was found hosting the small green stink bug, Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood), in Paraná State, Brazil. In the laboratory, nymphs showed less mortality when fed on immature pods of crotalaria (64%) than when fed on immature pods of soybean, Glycine max (L.) Merrill (88%). From 2nd stadium to adult, nymphs required less time to complete development on crotalaria (mean of females and males = 18.4 days) than on soybean (21.5 days). Fresh body weight at adult emergence was greater on crotalaria (mean of females and males = 51.4 mg) than on soybean (42.2 mg). Adult P. guildinii tended to live longer on crotalaria than on soybean. Mean adult longevity was 34.6 days on crotalaria, and 28.8 days on soybean. However, the reproductive performance of females, although similar on both foods, tended to be greater on soybean. These results indicated that P. guildinii was able to develop and reproduce on the wild host lanceleaf crotalaria. Compared to soybean, this weed plant was more suitable for nymph development, and equally suitable for adult reproduction.
A second case of multivalent meiotic configurations in diploid species of Anura
Louren?o, Luciana Bolsoni;Recco-Pimentel, Shirlei M.;Cardoso, Ad?o José;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572000000100024
Abstract: we analyzed the meiotic chromosomes of specimens from the two karyological groups of physalaemus petersi (jiménez de la espada, 1872) described in the literature. multivalent configurations (rings or chains) were observed in both groups. this meiotic organization resulted from the terminal association of non-homologous chromosomes, and an analysis of c-banded multivalents indicated no involvement of heterochromatic regions in these associations. a possible explanation for such meiotic configurations is the occurrence of heterozygous translocations. thus, multivalents may indicate the involvement of translocation events in the karyotypic evolution of p. petersi.
A second case of multivalent meiotic configurations in diploid species of Anura
Louren?o Luciana Bolsoni,Recco-Pimentel Shirlei M.,Cardoso Ad?o José
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2000,
Abstract: We analyzed the meiotic chromosomes of specimens from the two karyological groups of Physalaemus petersi (Jiménez de la Espada, 1872) described in the literature. Multivalent configurations (rings or chains) were observed in both groups. This meiotic organization resulted from the terminal association of non-homologous chromosomes, and an analysis of C-banded multivalents indicated no involvement of heterochromatic regions in these associations. A possible explanation for such meiotic configurations is the occurrence of heterozygous translocations. Thus, multivalents may indicate the involvement of translocation events in the karyotypic evolution of P. petersi.
Fatores de risco para dependência após trauma cranio-encefálico
Sousa, Regina Márcia Cardoso de;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002005000400003
Abstract: objective: to predict which characteristics of traumatic brain injury patients (age, sex, education, patient history, days of hospitalization, post-traumatic complications and indicators of the severity of trauma and cranial lesion) were risk factors for unfavorable prognosis. methods: data were collected from 63 blunt trauma patients, aged 12 to 65 years old who were six months to three years post-trauma, and were receiving follow-up treatment at a trauma center. multiple logistic regression was used to analyze the data and develop a model for functional status. results: individuals who had a maximum score, five points on the abbreviated injury scale (ais) for head trauma, were 4.89 times more likely to be dependent than those who had lower scores. trauma victims who remained hospitalized for 12 days or more were 5.76 times more likely to become dependent than those who had a shorter length of hospitalization. conclusion: highest score on the ais, and longer length of hospitalization were the major risk factors for dependency.
Altera??es tireoidianas associadas à radia??o externa em crian?as e adolescentes
Bonato, Cassiane Cardoso;Elnecave, Regina Helena;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metabologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27302011000600002
Abstract: the effects of ionizing radiation on the thyroid have been studied for several decades, and nuclear accidents are the major source of information about the subject. there is an association of hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, thyroid nodules and cancer with radiation, but the threshold dose, mechanism of injury, and some risk factors have not been fully established. children are more susceptible to thyroid injury caused by radiation and require prolonged follow-up after exposure. this issue is especially relevant nowadays, since a large number of people treated with radiation for childhood cancer survive and may have sequelae. diagnostic radiology tests also represent a source of exposure to radiation in the pediatric population. in this review, we analyze different clinical and pathological changes, and the mechanisms of thyroid lesions caused by radiotherapy and computed tomography in children and adolescents. it is important to understand these data for prevention, early detection, and treatment of thyroid dysfunction.
Pegamento de frutos em pepino caipira n?o partenocárpio sob cultivo protegido com aplica??o de ácido naftaleno acético
Godoy, Amanda Regina;Cardoso, Antonio Ismael Inácio;
Bragantia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052004000100003
Abstract: in order to verify the possibility of increasing fruit seting in non-partenocarpic "caipira" type cucumber (hybrid guarani ag-370) through naa spraying, three trails were performed. in trial 1, seven treatments, resulted from two factors combination: three naa levels (25, 50 and 100 mg.l-1) and two spraying intervals in whole plant (each 7 or 14 days), besides control without any spraying, were evaluated. there were six replicates of four plants per plot in a randomized block design. in trial 2, four treatments, naa aplication on flower at anthesis with 25, 50 and 100 mg.l-1, were evaluated in a randomized block design with six replicates of four plants per plot. in trial 3, four treatments, naa aplication on flower at anthesis with 100, 200 and 400 mg.l-1, were evaluated in a randomized block design with five replicates of five plants per plot. there was no fruit seting increasing with whole plant spraying, in any level or day interval. however, there was fruit seting increasing with flower spraying, until 200 mg.l-1 of naa, when 38% of fruit setting was achieved.
Desenvolvimento de um questionário quantitativo de freqüência alimentar em imigrantes japoneses e seus descendentes residentes em S?o Paulo, Brasil
Cardoso, Marly Augusto;Stocco, Priscila Regina;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2000000100011
Abstract: the present study describes the development of a questionnaire to assess usual frequency and quantity of food and nutrient intake by people of japanese descent living in s?o paulo, brazil. both the food list and appropriate serving sizes for food items from the food frequency questionnaire (ffq) were selected from a cross-sectional assessment of diet in a random sample of japanese immigrants living in the city of s?o paulo (first- and second-generations, n = 166), aged 45-70 years, using self-administered three-day food records. we used the food records to select food items on the basis of their contribution to total population intake of relevant foods and nutrients. criteria for grouping separate foods included similarity in nutrient content per usual serving and the importance of a particular food (e.g., typical japanese foods). four portion sizes were presented: small, medium, large, and extra-large. we examined the frequency distribution of equivalent-gram weights of each selected food and identified the four serving sizes in the distribution. the quantitative ffq was designed with 129 food groups and exact frequencies of intake. instructions for self-reporting and applications of the method for epidemiological use are discussed.
Mortalidade por Aids e indicadores sociais no Município de S?o Paulo, 1994 a 2002
Farias,Norma; Cardoso,Maria Regina A;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102005000200009
Abstract: objective: to investigate the correlation between aids mortality rates and social inclusion/exclusion indexes among male and female populations aged between 25 to 49 years. methods: the study was carried out in 96 administrative districts of the municipality of s?o paulo in the period 1994-2002. mortality data were collected from the program for improving local mortality data and from population estimates based on the 1991 and 2000 census of the state system data analysis (seade) institute and the municipal department of planning. the indicators were obtained from the city's map of exclusion (1996 and 2000). statistical analysis was performed using pearson's correlation test (at 5% level). results: a significant positive correlation was seen among men between aids mortality and the district life quality index from 1994 to 1998 (p<0.05). among women, a significant negative correlation (p<0.05) was seen for the whole study period between aids mortality and the equity index, which measures the proportion of illiterate women who are family heads. from 2000, it was also observed a significant negative correlation (p<0.05) among women between aids mortality and the global social exclusion index. conclusions: the study results suggest a shift of aids mortality to exclusion areas and might indicate a relationship between aids mortality and socioeconomic factors. further epidemiological and social sciences studies are needed to investigate these associations.
Compara??o entre instrumentos de mensura??o das consequências do trauma cranio-encefálico
Sousa, Regina Márcia Cardoso de;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342006000200008
Abstract: traumatic brain injury (tbi) is considered the most important cause of disability among young people and the most common neurological cause of morbidity. consequently, there is increasing interest in scales to monitor recovery in tbi. among these scales, two have been widely adopted: the glasgow outcome scale (gos) and the disability rating scale (drs). the purpose of this paper is to compare the results found in drs and in the original and extended gos. sixty-three closed-head injury victims, aged between 12 and 65, on an outpatient follow-up program at a trauma center in the city of s?o paulo, with 6 months to 3 years post-tbi, had their characteristics and outcomes assessed. when comparing the results obtained by the scales, it was concluded that although the three of them were strongly correlated, extended gos showed to be more sensitive in detecting changes in victims with better post-traumatic conditions.
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