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Animal Manure as a Nitrogen Source to Grass  [PDF]
Anderson de Moura Zanine, Daniele de Jesus Ferreira
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.67098
Abstract: The use of animal manure has been studied increasingly in recent years due to the excess waste in confinements, which generates great amounts of animal excreta; and as a result of the worsening petroleum crisis, the cost of mineral fertilizing products has increased. Thus, studies point out the potential of this waste to improve biotic and abiotic soil condition and nutritional value of forage. Substances ingested by animals that resist the action of gastric enzymes are enriched with large amounts of bacteria, other microorganisms and other substances to form residual feces, the main component of manure, which, together with the wash water from barnyard urine, form the slurry. The volume of living or dead bacteria in the feces represents 20% of total manure and it is from these that a large amount of nitrogen originates as protein. Due to this potentiality, animal manure can be used as an input in agriculture, impacting positively on production and forage productivity, and having a favorable effect on the environment.
Organic Reserves in ropical Grasses under Grazing  [PDF]
Mariane Moreno Ferro, Anderson de Moura Zanine, Daniele de Jesus Ferreira, Alexandre Lima de Souza, Luiz Juliano Valério Geron
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.614236
Abstract: Inadequate management in recent times has been considered the main factor contributing to pasture degradation. A major reason for this is related to gross errors of grazing management as a consequence of the lack of knowledge of ecophysiological limits of forage. This review aimed to approach the importance of organic reserves for grasses under grazing. Therefore, the predominant effect of animal grazing is the reduction of leaf area which impacts on carbohydrate and nitrogen reserves and consequently the growth of tillers, leaves and roots. Grass growth after defoliation is related to organic reserves and rate of photosynthesis. The latter is affected by the level of canopy light interception of and by the reminiscent leaf area index. When grazing management is carried out with respect to the physiological limits of grass growth, the rate of dry matter accumulation will be quick and constant. In this aspect, grazing management consists of seeking an efficient balance between plant growth and consumption which will reflect on animal productivity. Therefore, a balance point among frequency and intensity of defoliation must be found to achieve greater animal production concerning the ecophysiological limits of the forage plants. So the challenge will be to find a balance between frequency and intensity of grazing to achieve greater production of animals respecting the eco-physiological limits of forage plants for each forage grass individually.
Importancia da pastagem cultivada na produ o da pecuária de corte brasileira (Importance of the pasture cultivated in beef cattle production in
Daniele de Jesus Ferreira,Anderson de Moura Zanine
REDVET , 2007,
Abstract: O objetivo de um bom sistema de pastejo éprover aos animais suprimento diário deforragem de boa qualidade para atendersuas exigências nutricionais, de formaecon mica. O sistema ideal de pastejo éaquele que permite maximizar a produ oanimal sem afetar a persistência das plantasforrageiras. Deste modo, a utiliza o deplantas forrageiras sob condi es de pastejoé um fator de grande importancia a sercorte a pasto. Em muitos sistemas deprodu o, nutrientes suplementares s onecessários para obter níveis aceitáveis dedesempenho a partir de animais criados emregime de pastagens, isso devido, aestacionalidade climática, que gera umdéficit nutricional nos bovinos pela redu ona quantidade e qualidade forrageira.
Importancia da pastagem cultivada na produ o da pecuária de corte brasileira (Importance of the pasture cultivated in beef cattle production in Brazil)
Daniele de Jesus Ferreira,Anderson de Moura Zanine
REDVET , 2007,
Abstract: Resumo Em muitos sistemas de produ o, O objetivo de um bom sistema de pastejo nutrientes suplementares s o necessários é prover aos animais suprimento diário de para obter níveis aceitáveis de forragem de boa qualidade para atender desempenho a partir de animais criados suas exigências nutricionais, de forma em regime de pastagens, isso devido, a econ mica. O sistema ideal de pastejo é estacionalidade climática, que gera um aquele que permite maximizar a produ o déficit nutricional nos bovinos pela animal sem afetar a persistência das redu o na quantidade e qualidade plantas forrageiras. Deste modo, a forrageira. utiliza o de plantas forrageiras sob condi es de pastejo é um fator de grande importancia a ser considerado na
Caracteriza??o funcional da mímica facial na paralisia facial em trauma de face: relato de caso clínico
Jesus, Leila Bonfim de;Bernardes, Daniele Fontes Ferreira;
Revista CEFAC , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462012005000005
Abstract: background: facial mimicry in the paralysis of the face that occurs because of a trauma in the face. procedures: case study of facial mimicry of a patient with peripheral facial paralysis, on the right side of the face, with sequels that happened because of a trauma because of a fire gun projectile; a young man, a self-employed trader. a documental and photographical analysis was held through the anamnesis and graduation scale of house and brackmann's facial paralysis. results: in the evaluation of the facial paralysis, in a resting state, we found on the right side (the injured one): diversion of lip commissure, diversion of the filter, more elevated nostril and more open eye. in movement, yet on the side of the injury, it was observed: elimination of frontal wrinkles , incompetence in the ocular closure and in the complete closure , absence of elevation of the nostril , a more pronounced nasolip rhyme, lip protrusion diverged to this side , little lip retraction , destruction of the inferior lip , elevated lip commissure , diversion of the filter, reduced capacity of inflating the cheeks. the patient presented synkinesia of eyes / lips and contraction with hypertonia of frontal, procerus, lifter of the nose's wing, risorius, higher zygomatic, lower zygomatic, lifter of superior lip, depressive of inferior lip, mentalis on the side of the lesion and the fracture happened on the right condyle and the patient reported orofacial pain when sleeping and chewing on the injured side. conclusion: the lesion of the facial nerve that was associated with the face trauma provoked the alteration of the facial mimicry on the right side and generated disfiguration and disturbances in the chewing act.
Caracteriza o funcional da mímica facial na paralisia facial em trauma de face: relato de caso clínico Functional characterization of facial mimicry in facial paralysis of face trauma: a clinical case report
Leila Bonfim de Jesus,Daniele Fontes Ferreira Bernardes
Revista CEFAC , 2012,
Abstract: TEMA: mímica facial na paralisia facial ocasionada por trauma de face. PROCEDIMENTOS: estudo de caso da mímica facial de um paciente com paralisia facial periférica no lado direito com sequelas decorrente de trauma por projétil de arma de fogo, adulto jovem do sexo masculino, comerciante aut nomo. Foi realizada análise documental e fotográfica por meio de anamnese, avalia o e escala de gradua o de da paralisia facial House e Brackmann. RESULTADOS: na avalia o da paralisia facial em repouso encontrou-se no lado direito (lesado): desvio de comissura labial, desvio de filtro, narina mais elevada e olho mais aberto. Em movimento, ainda no lado da les o, observou-se: aboli o de rugas frontais, incompetência no fechamento ocular natural e fechamento completo ao for ar, ausência de eleva o de narina, rima naso-labial mais pronunciada, protrus o labial desviada para este lado, pouca retra o labial, evers o de lábio inferior, comissura labial elevada, desvio de filtro, reduzida capacidade de inflar bochechas. O paciente apresentou sincinesia de olho/lábios e contratura com hipertonia de frontal, prócero, levantador da asa do nariz, risório, zigomático maior, zigomático menor, levantador do lábio superior, depressor do lábio inferior, mentual no lado da les o e a fratura ocorreu em c ndilo direito e o paciente referiu dor orofacial ao dormir e ao mastigar no lado comprometido. CONCLUS O: a les o do nervo facial associada ao trauma de face provocou a altera o da mímica facial no lado direito o que gerou desfiguramento e distúrbios da mastiga o. BACKGROUND: facial mimicry in the paralysis of the face that occurs because of a trauma in the face. PROCEDURES: case study of facial mimicry of a patient with peripheral facial paralysis, on the right side of the face, with sequels that happened because of a trauma because of a fire gun projectile; a young man, a self-employed trader. A documental and photographical analysis was held through the anamnesis and graduation scale of House and Brackmann's facial paralysis. RESULTS: in the evaluation of the facial paralysis, in a resting state, we found on the right side (the injured one): diversion of lip commissure, diversion of the filter, more elevated nostril and more open eye. In movement, yet on the side of the injury, it was observed: elimination of frontal wrinkles , incompetence in the ocular closure and in the complete closure , absence of elevation of the nostril , a more pronounced nasolip rhyme, lip protrusion diverged to this side , little lip retraction , destruction of the inferior lip , elevated lip com
Structural and Production Characteristics of Piat? Grass Forage Submitted to Levels of Nitrogen  [PDF]
Ronaldo Liberato Dourado, Alexandre Lima de Souza, Anderson de Moura Zanine, Fabio Luiz Buranelo Toral, Daniele de Jesus Ferreira, Joadil Gon?alves de Abreu
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.65075
Abstract: Piatã grass (Brachiaria brizantha cv. Piatã) is a tropical grass cultivating in pasture production system. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of nitrogen levels (0, 125, 250, 375 and 500 kg·N·ha-1) on structural characteristics and forage production of Piatã grass. The experiment comprised of twenty grass parcels arranged in randomised completely casualties design. This study was carried out between November of 2007 and April of 2008, with 175 experimental days. A quadratic effect (P < 0.05) was verified for nitrogen dosage on canopy height, final leaf blade length and leaf area index. Nitrogen fertilisation altered the population density of tillers, with estimated maximum value of 955 tillers·m-2 at a nitrogen dose of 357 kg·ha-1. A quadratic effect (P < 0.05) was also verified for nitrogen levels on the production of total and green leaf blade dry matter, with estimated maximum values of 19,253 and 11,548 kg·ha-1·year-1?for nitrogen levels of 411 and 384 kg·ha-1, respectively. However, a considerable portion of forage production obtained by nitrogen addition occurred from stem production. The productions of green leaf blade dry matter, tiller density, leaf blade length and leaf blade index are all variables related to structural aspects and pasture quality, with all attaining their highest values at a mean nitrogen application level of 380 kg·ha-1.
Potencialidade da integra o lavoura-pecuária: rela o planta-animal (Potentiality of the agriculture-farmers integration: plant-animal relationship)
Anderson de Moura Zanine,Edson Mauro Santos .,Daniele de Jesus Ferreira,Gleidson Giordano Pinto de Carvalho
REDVET , 2006,
Abstract: As propriedades agrícolas, em geral, necessitam de alternativas que possam intensificar o uso da terra e aumentar a sustentabilidade dos sistemas de produ o, com melhoraria da renda. Entre as possibilidades de diversifica o, encontra-se a integra o lavoura-pecuária que integra as duas atividades com objetivos de maximizar racionalmente o uso da terra, da infra-estrutura e da m o-de-obra, diversificar e verticalizar a produ o, minimizar custos, diluir os riscos e agregar valores aos produtos agropecuários, por meio dos recursos e benefícios que uma atividade proporciona à outra. Neste contexto, essa integra o tem participado de forma ascendente, gerando sustentabilidade e divisas para o Brasil. The agricultural properties, usually, needs of alternatives to intensify the use of the land, to increase the sustainability of the production systems and to improve the income. Among the possibly diversification, the agriculture-farmers integration integrates the two activities with objectives of maximizing the use of the land rationally, of the infrastructure and labor, to diversify the production, minimize costs, dilute risks and join values to agricultural products, through the resources and benefits that an activity provides to the other. In this context, that integration has been participating in ascending form, generating sustainability and resource to Brazil
Modernas estratégias no manejo do pastejo das gramíneas dos gêneros Brachiaria e Cynodon (Modern Strategies in the grazing handling of the grasses of Brachiaria and Cynodon gennus
Anderson de Moura Zanine,Edson Mauro Santos,Juliana Silva de Oliveira,Daniele de Jesus Ferreira
REDVET , 2005,
Abstract: N o há dúvidas de que as gramíneas forrageiras constituem a mais importante forma de alimentar os ruminantes de forma eficiente e econ mica Para tanto, é comum o interesse do meio científico em tentar prover estratégias que promova o melhor aproveitamento das pastagens. O presente texto discute aspectos modernos no estabelecimento do manejo do pastejo de gramíneas tropicais, baseados em estratégias consagradas em gramíneas temperados, enfatizando os limites ecofisiológico e mostrando qual a faixa ou altura de manejo que promove a persistência de gramíneas do gênero Brachiaria e Cynodon. There are no doubts that the grass constitutes the most important form of feeding the ruminant in an efficient and economical way. Thus, it is common interest of the scientists in trying to provide strategies to promote the best use of the grass. The present text discusses modern aspects in the establishment of the handling of the grazing of tropical grasses, based on strategies consecrated in temperate grasses, emphasizing the ecofisiologic limits and showing which the width or handling height that promotes the persistence of grass of the Brachiaria and Cynodon gennus
EFEITO DA ADI O DO SORO DE QUEIJO SOBRE A COMPOSI O BROMATOLóGICA, FERMENTA O, PERDAS E RECUPERA O DE MATéRIA SECA EM SILAGEM DE CAPIM-ELEFANTE
Edson Mauro Santos,Anderson de Moura Zanine,Daniele de Jesus Ferreira,Juliana Silva de Oliveira
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2006,
Abstract: Foi desenvolvido um experimento para avaliar o efeito da adi o de três níveis de soro de queijo (0%, 2,5% e5,0% na matéria natural) sobre a composi o bromatológica, pH, N-amoniacal, perdas de gás, efluente e recupera o da matéria seca de silagem de capim-elefante (Pennisetum purpureum cv. Napier). O delineamento foi o inteiramente casualizado com três tratamentos e quatro repeti es por tratamento. Efetuou-se um corte de uniformiza o do capim, seguido de uma aduba o com 60 kg de N/ha, na forma de uréia, sessenta dias após, efetuaram-se o corte e a ensilagem do capim, em baldes experimentais com capacidade de 6,5 litros. Avaliaram-se o teor de matéria seca, o pH, o N-amoniacal, proteína bruta, fibra em detergente neutro e fibra em detergente ácido das silagens. Os teores de FDN e FDA n o sofreram influência da adi o do soro. O soro foi eficiente em reduzir as perdas por gases e a produ o de N-amoniacal, todavia aumentou as perdas por efluente. N o houve influência da adi o do soro sobre o pH e recupera o da matéria seca. A silagem é uma alternativa para utiliza o de soro produzido pela indústria de laticínios. PALAVRAS–CHAVE: Conserva o, N-amoniacal, pH.
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