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Proximate and microbiological characterization of nuggets of mandi-pintado (Pimelodus britskii) Caracteriza o centesimal e microbiológica de nuggets de mandi-pintado (Pimelodus britskii)
Juliana Cristina Veit,Jakeline Marcela Azambuja de Freitas,Elenice Souza dos Reis,Marcia Luzia Ferrarezi Maluf
Semina : Ciências Agrárias , 2011,
Abstract: This study aimed to evaluate centesimal and microbiological parameters of mandi-pintado nuggets. With the results from the biometry of the fish, it was possible to observe that the species shows high main trunk yield and low content of visceral fat. After the utilization of the body proportions, the steaks were grounded and breaded, and the samples (in natura and nuggets) were separated to carry out centesimal and microbiological composition. The patties show 14,67% protein, 10,12% lipids, 16,43% carbohydrates, 2,70% mineral matter and 56,08% humidity, therefore fitting the patterns required by the Brazilian legislation. The microbiological results indicated that both the prime matter and the nuggets developed were ready for the processing and for the consumption. Therefore, mandi-pintado shows a high yeald of main trunk and a low content of visceral fat, besides from being an ideal raw for the development of nuggets that not only are a highly nutritious kind of food, but can also be easily prepared and have a high aggregated value. Este trabalho teve como objetivo avaliar os parametros centesimais e microbiológicos de nuggets de mandi-pintado. Com os resultados da biometria dos peixes pode-se observar que a espécie trabalhada apresenta alto rendimento de tronco limpo e baixo teor de gordura visceral. Após a realiza o das propor es corporais, os filés foram moídos e empanados, e as amostras (in natura e de nuggets) foram separadas para a realiza o da composi o centesimal e microbiológica. Os empanados apresentaram 14,67% de proteína, 10,12% de lipídios, 16,43% de carboidratos, 2,70% de matéria mineral e 56,08% de umidade, ou seja, dentro dos padr es exigidos pela legisla o brasileira. Os resultados microbiológicos indicaram que tanto a matéria prima quanto os nuggets desenvolvidos estavam aptos para o processamento e/ou consumo. Portanto, o mandi-pintado apresenta alto rendimento de tronco limpo e baixo teor de gordura visceral, além de ser uma matéria prima ideal para o desenvolvimento de nuggets, sendo este um alimento altamente nutritivo, de fácil preparo e com grande valor agregado.
Elenice Souza Reis,Aldi Feiden,Altevir Signor,Micheli Zaminhan
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2011,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the supplementation of vitamin C in the diet on the development and survival of catfish larvae Rhamdia voulezi. 375 larvae were distributed in a completely randomized design in aquariums 30L of volume, density of 0.5 larvae per liter. The diets were formulated to make isonitrogenous, isoenergetic, isoaminoacid and isofibrosas, and supplemented with 600 (control), 850, 1100, 1600 and 2600 mg vitamin C per kg feed. The larvae were fed to apparent satiation for a period of 31 days, four times a day (8h, 11h, 14h and 17h). The water temperature was measured daily, while the physical-chemical parameters (dissolved oxygen, pH and conductivity) were measured weekly. Not observed significant differences in performance of larvae in relation to the final weight, final length, condition factor, specific growth rate and survival. We conclude that the performance and survival of catfish larvae Rhamdia voulezi are not influenced by supplementation at levels above 600 mg vitamin C per kilogram of diet.
Elenice Souza Reis,Aldi Feiden,Wilson Rogério Boscolo,Jakeline Marcela Azambuja de Freitas
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the zootechnical performance and chemical composition of jundia juveniles Rhandia voulezi fed with mash, pelletized and extruded diets and cultivated in cages. One hundred and fifty fish were distributed in fifteen cages (0.20 m3), arranged in cages (5m3), in the hydroelectric plant of Governador José Richa, in Igua u River (Paraná-Brazil). The fish were fed five times a day, with mash, pelletized and extruded diets, containing 30% of protein and 3250 Kcal/kg of digestible energy/kg. At the end of 60 days, significant differences (p<0.05) were observed on fish performance. The fish that were fed with pelletized diet, presented higher average of final weight (44.08g), final length (16.51cm) and weight gain (36.65g). The different processes did not influence fish survival. The averages of protein and mineral matter of carcass chemical composition did not differ statistically (p<0.05), while the values of humidity and lipideos presented differences among treatments. The highest average of lipideos (8.59%) was observed in peletized diet. The mash diet provided fish with lower lipideo (5.45%) and higher humidity (75.98%) rates. A pelleted diet is most suitable for juvenile catfish R. voulezi cultivation in cages.
People with disabilities: between needs and health care
Fernanda dos Reis Souza,Adriana Miranda Pimentel
Cadernos de Terapia Ocupacional , 2012,
Abstract: This study traces the profile of people with disabilities, as well as their health needs, in a neighborhoodof Salvador, State of Bahia. In this, the life and health conditions of people with disabilities in the context theylive were studied. The research was carried out in two coverage areas of the Community Health Workers Program(“Programa de Agentes Comunitários de Saúde”), where open-ended questionnaires were conducted with peoplewith physical and sensory disabilities. Socio-demographic variables on disability and access to services and projectsfor future life were selected. Results showed that the population is comprised predominantly of adults and elderly,African descent, female, with average income between half and three minimum wages, poorly educated, presentingdifficulties in relation to access to health services in the neighborhood and the city. People with disabilities refer tothe need of specialized health care in the neighborhood, improvements in life conditions, and expressed the desireto resume the activities they used to perform before the disability. These data reveal a population characterizedby a multifaceted complex of collective exclusion and deprivation and point to the need for understanding socialprocesses when improving the assistance offered to the population. To this end, it is necessary to rehabilitate thePrimary Health Care as a strategy of relevance to changes in health care for people with disabilities.
Well-posedness and stabilization of a model system for long waves posed on a quarter plane
Ademir Fernando Pazoto,Gilmar dos Reis Souza
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper we are concerned with a initial boundary-value problem for a coupled system of two KdV equations, posed on the positive half line, under the effect of a localized damping term. The model arises when modeling the propagation of long waves generated by a wave maker in a channel. It is shown that the solutions of the system are exponential stable and globally well-posed in the weighted space $L^2(e^{2bx}dx)$ for $b>0$. The stabilization problem is studied using a Lyapunov approach while the well-posedness result is obtained combining fixed point arguments and energy type estimates.
Evaluation of Insecticides Targeting Control of Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)  [PDF]
Eliane Carneiro, Luciana Barboza Silva, Kellen Maggioni, Vilmar Buenos dos Santos, Thiago Ferreira Rodrigues, Soislan Souza Reis, Bruno Ettore Pavan
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.518298

Insecticides from different chemical groups were tested by laboratory bioassay to verify the percentage mortality of Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner 1808) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). The experiment was conducted in the Crop Science laboratory—Prof. CinobelinaElvas Campus—UFPI, Bom Jesus, PI, from January to June, 2013. The populations utilized came from the University’s own insect breeding laboratories. Third instar larvae of H. armigera were used to conduct the bioassay. The experimental design was fully randomized, with 13 treatments and four replications. Five larvae were used per replication, with 12 insecticides from 9 different chemical groups and a control. Each treatment consisted of three doses. The methods of application used were topical contact and ingestion in artificial diet. According to the results the percentage mortality of H. armigera larvae varied among the treatments. The results demonstrated that chlorpyrifos and spinosad were effective against third instar H. armigera larvae both on contact and by ingestion. Flubendiamide, acephate, methomyl, Bacillus thuringiensis, dimethoate, chlorantraniliprole and fipronil had good responses to control of H. armigera.

Vibrio spp. and Salmonella spp., presence and susceptibility in crabs Ucides cordatus
Vieira, Regine H.S.F.;Lima, Elenice Araújo de;Sousa, Dannielle Batista Rolim;Reis, Eliane Falavina dos;Costa, Renata Garcia;Rodrigues, Dália dos Prazeres;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46652004000400001
Abstract: the presence of vibrio spp. and salmonella spp. in crabs marketed at the bezerra de menezes ave., fortaleza, state of ceará, brazil, was assessed between february and may, 2003. the number of individuals sampled in each one of the fifteen weekly samplings ranged between four and eight. seven strains of salmonella, from four different samplings, were identified, being five of them identified as serotype s. senftenberg and two as s. poona. all strains of salmonella were sensitive to the tested anti-microbial drugs, with the exception of tetracycline and nalidixic acid, for which an intermediary sensibility was found. the mpn's for vibrio ranged between 110/g and 110,000/g. of the forty five vibrio strains isolated from the crab samples, only 10 were identified up to the species level: two v. alginolyticus and eight v. parahaemolyticus. bacteria belonging to the enterobacteriaceae and pseudomonaceae families were also identified, namely escherichia coli, klebsiella pneumoniae, enterobacter cloacae, pantoea agglomerans and pseudomonas aeruginosa. the proper cooking of the animals is recommended in order to avoid problems for the consumers of this crustacean.
Histogical and ultrastructural aspects of the brindley's glands of pantrongylus megistus (Burmeister, 1835) (Hemiptera: Reduviidae)
Santos-Mallet, Jacenir Reis dos;Souza, Wanderley de;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1990, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761990000200002
Abstract: the brindley's glands of panstrongylus megistus were studied under the antomic, histologic and ultrastructural point of view. these glands located in the insect's methatorax are paired and have an opening near the third parir of the feet. beside this aperture, ther are evaporation areas. shape, sixe and aspect of the gland vary according to the feeding status. the glands are composed by a tubular part corresponding to the duct and a sack-like portion corrsponding to the secretory part. by electron microscopy we observed that the basal part of the epithelium has many interdigitations associated with mitochondria. on the apical surface where epicuticular foldings are located an electonlucent space is often seen. the glands are composed of the following elements: 1) superficial epithelial cells, located just below the apical surface foldings; 2) secretory cells; which are long and have an intracellular canalicule which changes according to the functional state of the cell; 3) a collecting duct to the secretory cells and covered with an epicuticle, reaching up to the gland's lumen; and 4) cells around the duct.
Informa??es toxicológicas de alguns fitoterápicos utilizados no Brasil
Turolla, Monica Silva dos Reis;Nascimento, Elizabeth de Souza;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Farmacêuticas , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-93322006000200015
Abstract: herbal medicines have been used with therapeutical purposes for thousands of years. its popular use has been transmitted across generations and is described in the pharmacopeas. since the development of organic chemistry, it became possible to obtain pure substances by isolating active substances from plants, among them, digoxine and morphine, resulting in lack of interest for research of substances originated from vegetals. however, from the 1980's onwards, new methods for isolating active substances were developed and it became possible to identify substances in complex samples such as vegetal extracts, restoring the interest for vegetally-originated compounds that could be used as prototypes for the development of new drugs. nowadays, in spite of the growing importance of herbal medicines, relatively few studies have been performed to prove efficacy and safety, while many plants are still used on the basis of popular well-established use. the objective of this paper is to assess the availability of pre-clinical toxicity data for ten medicinal plants marketed as herbal medicines in brazil, in major databases and public sources of information. few data were found regarding pre-clinical toxicity on the ten medicinal plants surveyed, but, in general, experiments in animals showed low acute, sub-acute and chronical toxicity and did not show mutagenic or teratogenic toxicity.
Os idosos e a violência invisibilizada na família
Grossi, Patricia Krieger,Souza, Mozara dos Reis de
Textos & Contextos (Porto Alegre) , 2003,
Abstract: N o possui resumo
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