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A gest o estratégica de institui es de ensino superior: um estudo multicaso
Emerson Wagner Mainardes,Cristina Schmitt Miranda,Carlos Henrique Correia
Contextus , 2011,
Abstract: A expans o do ensino superior desencadeada no final dos anos 90 gerou um grande número de IES de pequeno porte. Mesmo sendo organiza es complexas, a gest o estratégica de IES de pequeno porte apresenta algumas características similares à gest o de Micro, Pequenas e Médias empresas, em especial a importancia dada à Vis o como determinante da estratégia. Este estudo objetivou identificar como é realizada a gest o estratégica em institui es particulares de ensino superior de pequeno e médio porte em Santa Catarina, comparando-a com a gest o estratégica em micro, pequenas e médias empresas (MPME), no intuito de se encontrar similaridades e divergências. Por meio de um estudo multicaso, com a aplica o de entrevistas pessoais a três gestores de IES de pequeno porte, identificou-se características e comportamentos semelhantes entre si na gest o estratégica das institui es pesquisadas, bem como similares àqueles próprios da gest o estratégica de MPME. Embora as IES sejam consideradas organiza es complexas, muitas características próprias na gest o estratégica em MPME s o perfeitamente aplicáveis às institui es privadas de pequeno porte.
Operationalizing Interaction between Firms and Regions  [PDF]
Ricardo Correia, Carlos Brito
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2016.64074
Abstract: Regions are very different as they contain an amalgam of different resources shaped by a diversity of actors. In some extent, they are the result of interactions of different actors that can be located either inside or outside them. Firms are one of the actors that assume more relevance for the regional configuration. Indeed firms have a capacity to act beyond any regional boundaries and a successful firm can “infect” positively the regional dynamics. But the opposite influence is also true. The regional configuration may have impact on the strategic action of firms. The interconnection between firms and territories is thus a key issue for the understanding of the development of both businesses and regions. However, the interactions between firms and regions have not been sufficiently explained. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to clarify the bidirectional influence between firms and regions. Taking advantage of the emerging literature of relational geography and industrial network approach, a model aimed at providing a better understanding of this mutual influence was developed. We find that the lack of relational compatibility can limit firms’ effects on the region. Similarly, the influence of the region on firms’ performance also depends on this compatibility and on the specific characteristics of the business
First occurrence of Neralsia splendens (Borgmeier) (Hymenoptera: Figitidae) as parasitoids of Cyrtoneurina pararescita (Couri) (Diptera: Muscidae) in a rural area in Brazil  [PDF]
Carlos Henrique Marchiori
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/as.2014.51010
Abstract:

Figitidae behave as primary parasitoids of dipterous larvae that develop in the feces of cattle and agricultural pests such as fruit flies (Tephritidae) on fruit, Zaprionus indianus Gupta (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in fig cultivations, and Dettmeria euxestae Borgmeier, 1935 (Hymenoptera: Figitidae) in Euxesta eluta Loew, 1996 (Diptera: Otitidae) in corn. Neralsia splendens (Borgmeier 1935) (Hymenoptera: Figitidae), is a larval parasitoid of Diptera. The muscid genus Cyrtoneurina Giglio-Tos is one of the most abundant Phaoniine groups in the Neotropics. It may be of some hygienic importance because of the semidomestic habits of the adults of several species and the environment in which the coprophagous larvae develop. In the Neotropical region, few studies have been conducted on this group. This paper reports the first occurrence of N. splendens parasitizing C. pararescita in a rural area inBrazil. The study was conducted at the farm of the Veterinary andZootechnicsSchoolof the Federal University of Goiás, inGoiania,Brazil, next to corn and sorghum plantations. The dipterous pupae were obtained by means of the flotation method. They were individually placed in gelatin capsules until the emergence of the dipterous insects and/or their parasitoids. Two specimens were collected from 26 pupae of C. pararescita. The percentage of parasitism was 0.35%. The present study is the first in the world to report the occurrence of N. splendens parasitizing C.

Decomposi??o e libera??o de nutrientes de resíduos culturais de crambe e nabo forrageiro
Heinz, Rafael;Garbiate, Marcos Vinicios;Viegas Neto, Antonio Luiz;Mota, Leandro Henrique de Sousa;Correia, Allan Michel Pereira;Vitorino, Antonio Carlos Tadeu;
Ciência Rural , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782011000900010
Abstract: this study aimed to evaluate the decomposition and nutrient release from crop residues of fodder radish and crambe in the implementation of no-tillage system. the experiment was conducted in a distroferric red latossol with 762g kg-1 of clay. the experimental design was randomized blocks with four replications. the treatments were applied in split plots, considering the species of cover crops (radish and crambe) as the main plots and harvest dates of decomposition bags (0, 15, 30, 45, 60, 75 days after management) as subplots. the cover crops were treated 60 days after management, in full bloom. radish presented a dry mass production of 5586kg ha-1 and crambe of 2688kg ha-1. the kinetics of residue decomposition had a behavior similar to the dynamics of nutrient release, with an initial rapid phase followed by a slower one. the k, p and mg are released more quickly for subsequent crops. the increased speed of nutrients release by crops occurred around 15 days after the biomass management.
Milho pipoca consorciado com feij?o em diferentes arranjos de plantas
Viegas Neto, Antonio Luiz;Heinz, Rafael;Gon?alves, Manoel Carlos;Correia, Allan Michel Pereira;Mota, Leandro Henrique de Souza;Araújo, Willian Dias;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Tropical , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1983-40632012000100004
Abstract: the intercropping of popcorn and bean is an alternative for small farmers, by providing higher profits and a better use of the crop area, besides reducing loss risks. this study aimed to evaluate different popcorn and bean intercropping systems. the experiment was carried out in an experimental field owned by the universidade federal da grande dourados, in dourados, mato grosso do sul state, brazil. the experimental design was randomized blocks, with four replications, with treatments arranged in a split-plot scheme, with plots consisting of two popcorn cultivars (zélia and brs angela) and subplots consisting of three intercropping systems with popcorn and the brs mg pioneiro bean (popcorn + bean in the popcorn row, popcorn + bean between the popcorn rows, and corn + bean in the popcorn row + bean between the popcorn rows), and popcorn under monocropping system. the intercropping systems evaluated did not affect the popcorn yield, and bean sown in the popcorn row + between the popcorn rows resulted in a higher yield. in general, the intercropping between the two species decreased bean yield, however, due to the equivalent area index values, it was 50% to 91% more efficient than the monocropping systems.
Pesquisa do antígeno polissacarídico do Schistosoma mansoni em soros de hamsters pela técnica de imunoeletroforese cruzada
Fernandes, Margareth;Irulegui, Ione;Lima, Dirce Mary Correia;Abrantes, Clarice Pires;Cressoni, Martha Smith;Christo, Carlos Henrique;Silva, Luiz Caetano da;Takiguti, Clovis;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1988, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46651988000200003
Abstract: crossed immunoelectrophoresis (iec) was used for detection of free and complexed circulating polisaccharide anodic antigen (agca) of schistosoma mansoni in sera of infected hamsters. an attempt was also done to detect agca in human sera from patients infected with s. mansoni. the conditions for isolation and detection of complexed agca were established. the sensitivity of iec was increased by incorporation of 2% polyethylene glicol (peg) to the agarose and by maintaining the system at 4°c during the electrophoretic run. free agca was detected in 12 and the complexed in 30 of the 37 hamsters sera analysed. correlation between agca (free and complexed) and the parasite load was observed. agca was not detected, under the experimental conditions used, in human sera from 7 patients in the acute and 23 in the chronic phase of infection.
Oxygen Reduction on Polycrystalline Platinum in Alkaline Solution. III: Platinum Surface Modified by Hydrogen Evolution: Additional Data
Paliteiro,Carlos; Correia,Elsa;
Portugaliae Electrochimica Acta , 2006,
Abstract: this paper presents and discusses data collected on the electroreduction of o2 (orr) in 1 m naoh on a polycrystalline pt surface that initially was pretreated by h2 evolution at -250 mv in deaerated 0.5 m h2so4 and then evolved with time in a spontaneous and rather slow way towards a full nekrasov (n-pt) type behavior, both in the cathodic- and in the anodic potential scan. this fact represents a clear demonstration that a polycrystalline metal surface is a dynamic system and allowed us to carry out the thorough study of the mechanism and kinetics of the orr on a full n-pt surface that was not possible in the previous work reported in the part ii of this series. essentially, we concluded that the change does not alter the orr mechanism, which is always a series mechanism coupled to disproportionation of the ho2- produced; what varies in a given potential range is the value of the rate constants of the different mechanistic steps. it was possible to get absolute values of these constants only for some potential ranges, although the analysis of the data collected provided relative information for the remaining ranges.
Oxygen Reduction on Polycrystalline Platinum in Alkaline Solution. III: Platinum Surface Modified by Hydrogen Evolution: Additional Data
Carlos Paliteiro,Elsa Correia
Portugaliae Electrochimica Acta , 2006,
Abstract: This paper presents and discusses data collected on the electroreduction of O2 (ORR) in 1 M NaOH on a polycrystalline Pt surface that initially was pretreated by H2 evolution at -250 mV in deaerated 0.5 M H2SO4 and then evolved with time in a spontaneous and rather slow way towards a full Nekrasov (N-Pt) type behavior, both in the cathodic- and in the anodic potential scan. This fact represents a clear demonstration that a polycrystalline metal surface is a dynamic system and allowed us to carry out the thorough study of the mechanism and kinetics of the ORR on a full N-Pt surface that was not possible in the previous work reported in the Part II of this series. Essentially, we concluded that the change does not alter the ORR mechanism, which is always a series mechanism coupled to disproportionation of the HO2- produced; what varies in a given potential range is the value of the rate constants of the different mechanistic steps. It was possible to get absolute values of these constants only for some potential ranges, although the analysis of the data collected provided relative information for the remaining ranges.
The Mistakes in the Mathematical Learning/Teaching Process
Carlos Eduardo Felix Correia
Educa??o : Teoria e Prática , 2010,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to contribute with the questions about the Mathematical learning/teaching process at elementary school presenting a positive point of view from the pupil’s mathematical mistakes in sense that the ones could be take as a methodologicalrecourse and as a guide of the pedagogical practice by the teachers. So, this paper presents a theoretical study about the mistakes, passing by a brief historic about the researches involving this theme around the world and point since when this theme have been studding in Brazil. Deals also with a valuation culture attacked by the teachers and the school agents.
Personal identity and eastern thought
Correia Carlos Jo?o
Filozofija i Dru?tvo , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/fid0903063c
Abstract: This paper aims to show that the problem of personal identity is a fundamental question of the classical Indian thought. Usually we tend to think that personal identity is a Western philosophical subject, and so we tend to forget the significance of the Self (Atman) in Hinduism and even in Buddhism. The author shows how the Indian thought approached the question of personal identity and which was the singular solution outlined in the work consensually attributed to Gotama, the Buddha.
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