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Family Farming, Land Use and Sustainability in the Amazon: Focusing on the Educational Dimension  [PDF]
Raimundo Cláudio Gomes Maciel, Francisco Diétima da Silva Bezerra, Francisco Carlos da Silveira Cavalcanti, Oleides Francisca de Oliveira, Pedro Gilberto Cavalcante Filho
Creative Education (CE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.91009
Abstract: The struggles?for land possession and deforestation were some results of the recent occupation process in the Amazon. Family farming was the target of land policies in the region, with recurring failures. Issues related to land governance and pro-poor policies have returned to the discussions, especially by the food production. This study aims to evaluate the relationship between the educational level, land access and sustainable land use among farmers in Acre State, Brazil, in the periods 1996/1997 and 2006/2007. Based on a sample, the methodology worked with variables related to the educational level, the access and the use of land, economic results and solid garbage. The results show that the higher educational level is directly related to the land access security and inversely proportional to sustainability in the land use type. Furthermore, production difficulties are leading to greater market dependence and, consequently, to increased generation of solid garbage, whose disposal may be better directed by improving the farmers’ education.
Mini-Arc for the Treatment of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: Long-Term Prospective Evaluation by Patient Reported Outcomes
Rui Oliveira,Alexandre Resende,Carlos Silva,Paulo Dinis,Francisco Cruz
ISRN Urology , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/659383
Abstract: Single-incision slings were introduced in the surgical treatment of female stress urinary incontinence (SUI) to lessen the morbidity associated with traditional midurethral slings. However, long-term reports on patient satisfaction are still scarce. This study describes the outcome of women treated with Mini-Arc at a mean follow-up of 45 months. In a previous report on 105 women with 15-month mean follow-up, 84 (80%) were found cured and 12 (11%) improved. Now, with a mean follow-up of 45 months, cured/improved patients were reassessed by telephone and completed Patient Global Impression of Improvement (PGI-I), Patient Global Impression of Severity (PGI-S), rated their improvement in a 0–100 scale, and answered if they would recommend the procedure. At 45-month follow-up, 73 women cured/improved were available for evaluation. Over 80% of the cured patients rated the improvement of SUI by the PGI-I as “very much better” or “much better,” reported their urinary tract condition to be “normal” on PGI-S, and described their improvement >70%. Ninety percent would recommend this procedure to a friend. The improved-patient population is very small . This study shows that the majority of patients cured/improved after Mini-Arc placement maintain a high degree of satisfaction at a long-term evaluation. 1. Introduction According to the European Association of Urology Guidelines on Urinary Incontinence, concerning the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence (SUI), the retropubic insertion of a midurethral synthetic sling (MUS) gives equivalent patient-reported cure of SUI at 12 months, when compared to colposuspension [1]. These guidelines also report that midurethral synthetic sling inserted by either the transobturator (TO) or retropubic (RP) route gives equivalent patient-reported outcome at 12 months [1]. With an obvious trending towards less and less invasive surgical options, single-incision vaginal slings (SIS) have emerged. They require very limited intracorporeal dissection, proposing to further increase safety of suburethral slings, without jeopardizing the success rates reported by conventional RP and TO access [2]. These SIS outcomes are comparable with conventional MUS at short-term follow-up [3–5]. Although sparse, two-year follow-up studies are available and seem to maintain steady success rates over this time [6, 7]. Longer follow-up time reports are needed, to ensure that, in the long run, these SIS offer constant success rates. The objective of this study is to describe the outcome of women treated with Mini-Arc at a mean follow-up of 45
Intraprostatic Botulinum Toxin Type A injection in patients with benign prostatic enlargement: duration of the effect of a single treatment
Jo?o Silva, Rui Pinto, Tiago Carvalho, Francisco Botelho, Pedro Silva, Rui Oliveira, Carlos Silva, Francisco Cruz, Paulo Dinis
BMC Urology , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2490-9-9
Abstract: This is an extension of a 6 month study in which 21 frail elderly patients with refractory urinary retention and unfit for surgery were submitted to intraprostatic injection of BoNT/A-200U, by ultrasound guided transrectal approach. In spite of frail conditions, eleven patients could be followed during 18 months. Prostate volume, total serum PSA, maximal flow rate (Qmax), residual volume (PVR) and IPSS-QoL scores were determined at 1, 3, 6, 12 and 18 months post-treatment.Mean prostate volume at baseline, 82 ± 16 ml progressively decreased from month one coming to 49 ± 9,5 ml (p = 0,003) at month six. From this moment on, prostate volume slowly recovered, becoming identical to baseline at 18 months (73 ± 16 ml, p = 0.03). Albeit non significant, serum PSA showed a 25% decrease from baseline to month 6. The 11 patients resumed spontaneous voiding at month one. Mean Qmax was 11,3 ± 1,7 ml/sec and remained unchanged during the follow-up period. PVR ranged from 55 ± 17 to 82 ± 20 ml and IPSS score from10 to 12 points.Intraprostatic BoNT/A injection is safe and can reduce prostate volume for a period of 18 months. During this time a marked symptomatic improvement can be maintained.Botulinum Toxin type A (BoNT/A), the strongest biological neurotoxin known to man, recently has been investigated as a treatment for multiple disorders, including lower urinary tract dysfunction [1].BoNT/A investigation for the treatment of benign prostatic enlargement (BPE) due to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) started in 2003 [2] after the experimental demonstration that intraprostatic injection of the neurotoxin induced prostatic atrophy in the Rat [3]. In an exploratory study, which involved injection of 200 U of BoNT/A (Botox) in moderate to large prostate glands, a rapid prostate volume decrease was induced and still present at 12 months [2]. Following this study, other groups reported similar findings when injecting prostate glands of 50 ml or larger [4-7]. BoNT/A injection in smalle
Digestible lysine requirement of gilts with high genetic potential lean deposition, in carcass from 15 to 30 kg Exigência de lisina digestível de fêmeas suínas selecionadas para deposi o de carne magra, na carca a dos 15 aos 30 kg
Mariana Cruz Rossoni,Juarez Lopes Donzele,Francisco Carlos Oliveira Silva,Rita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira
Revista Brasileira de Saúde e Produ??o Animal , 2009,
Abstract: Fifty gilts were used, with initial weight of 15.11 + 1.34 kg, distributed in a random block experimental design, with five treatments (digestible lysine levels), five replicates and two animals per stall, which were considered one experimental unit. The criteria for the formation of the blocks were the animal initial weight. Treatments consisted in a basal diet with 19.41% of CP e 3,221 kcal of ME/kg, supplemented with L-lysine HCl, resulting on diets with 0.88, 0.98, 1.08, 1.18 and 1.28% of digestible lysine. Diets were supplemented with increasing levels of industrial aminoacids, resulting on diets with constant ratio of essential aminoacids and lysine, based on true digestible. There was no effect of levels of digestible lysine on daily feed intake and daily weight gain. A quadratic effect (P < 0.06) was observed on feed conversion that improved until an estimated level of 1.08% of digestible lysine, which corresponded to a digestible lysine intake of 11.60 g/day. The level of 1,08% of digestible lysine, which corresponded to a digestible lysine intake of 11.60 g/day, provided the best performance results for gilts and a high genetic potential for lean deposition from 15 to 30kg. Foram utilizadas 50 fêmeas suínas, com peso inicial de 15,11 + 1,34 kg, distribuídas em delineamento experimental de blocos ao acaso, com cinco tratamentos (níveis de lisina digestível), cinco repeti es e dois animais por baia, o que constituiu a unidade experimental. Como critério para forma o dos blocos, foi utilizado o peso dos animais. Os tratamentos corresponderam a uma ra o basal com 19,41% de PB e 3.221 kcal de EM/kg, suplementada com L-lisina HCl, resultando em ra es com 0,88, 0,98, 1,08, 1,18 e 1,28% de lisina digestível. As ra es foram suplementadas com níveis crescentes de aminoácidos industriais, resultando em ra es com rela es constantes entre os aminoácidos essenciais e a lisina, com base na digestibilidade verdadeira. N o foi observado efeito dos níveis de lisina digestível sobre o consumo de ra o e ganho de peso diário. Observou-se efeito quadrático (P<0,06) dos tratamentos sobre a convers o alimentar, que melhorou até o nível estimado de 1,08% de lisina digestível, correspondendo a um consumo de lisina digestível de 11,60 g/dia. O nível de 1,08% de lisina digestível, correspondente a um consumo de 11,60 g/dia de lisina digestível, proporcionou os melhores resultados de desempenho para fêmeas suínas de alto potencial genético, para deposi o de carne magra na carca a dos 15 aos 30 kg.
Evidências desfavoráveis para avalia o da personalidade com um instrumento de 10 itens Pruebas desfavorables para la evaluación de la personalidad con un teste con 10 Elementos Unfavorable evidence for personality assessment with a 10-item instrument
Lucas de Francisco Carvalho,Maiana Farias Oliveira Nunes,Ricardo Primi,Carlos Henrique Sancineto da Silva Nunes
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-863x2012000100008
Abstract: Este estudo objetivou analisar a estrutura interna, a precis o e as diferen as de média por sexo e idade em uma escala de 10 itens para avalia o dos Cinco Grandes Fatores de Personalidade. Participaram 404 estudantes do ensino médio, com média de idade de 15,9 anos, do Estado de S o Paulo. A escala Ten-Item Personality Inventory (TIPI) é composta por 10 itens, que s o duplas de adjetivos e que representam os tra os de personalidade respondidos em escala Likert de 1 a 7. N o foi possível recuperar a estrutura de cinco fatores por meio da análise dos componentes principais, mas sim uma estrutura de três fatores que englobaram conteúdos de desejabilidade social, problemas de ajustamento e estabilidade emocional, com precis es entre 0,41 e 0,63. Além disso, houve diferen as significativas de média associadas à idade. Os resultados s o discutidos em termos das limita es do estudo bem como da escala utilizada. Este estudio tuvo objetivo analizar la estructura interna, precisión y las diferencias de acuerdo con género y edad en una escala de 10 ítems para evaluación de los cinco grandes factores de la personalidad. Participaron 404 estudiantes de la escuela secundaria, con una edad media de 15,9 a os, del estado de S o Paulo. La escala Ten-Item Personality Inventory (TIPI), conformada por 10 ítems, que son pares de adjetivos que representan los rasgos de la personalidad bajo en una escala tipo Likert de 1 a 7. No fue posible recuperar la estructura de cinco factores a través del análisis de componentes principales, pero sí una estructura de tres factores que abarca el contenido de la deseabilidad social, problemas de ajuste y la estabilidad emocional, con la precisión entre 0,41 y 0,63. Además, fueron encontradas diferencias de medias significativas asociadas con la edad. Los resultados se discuten en relación a las limitaciones del estudio y escala. This study analyzes the internal structure, precision and differences of averages by gender and age on a 10-item scale, designed to assess the Big Five Personality traits. A total of 404 high school students, with an average age of 15.9 years, from S o Paulo, Brazil participated in the study. The Ten-Item Personality Inventory (TIPI) scale is comprised of pairs of adjectives representing personality traits arranged on a Likert scale varying from 1 to 7, measuring levels of agreement. It was not possible to identify the five-factor solution through analysis of the main components, but a three-factor structure was found that encompassed the content of social desirability, adjustment problems, and emotional stabili
Efeito da ractopamina e de métodos de formula??o de dietas sobre o desempenho e as características de carca?a de suínos machos castrados em termina??o
Marinho, Paula Cambraia;Fontes, Dalton de Oliveira;Silva, Francisco Carlos de Oliveira;Silva, Martinho de Almeida e;Pereira, Francisco Alves;Arouca, Cláudio Luiz Corrêa;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982007000500011
Abstract: an experiment was conduced with the objective of evaluating the effects of diet formulation methods and supplementation of ractopamine (rac) on the performance and carcass characteristics of finishing barrows. sixty commercial hybrid swines were used, distributed in a randomized experimental block design, in a 2 x 3 factorial arrangment, with two levels of rac and three methods of diet formulation. supplementation with rac improved the final weight, daily weight gain (dwg) and feed conversion (fc) of the finishing barrows. addition of rac improved also the carcass characteristics by reducing the backfat thickness in point p1 and increase daily lean meat deposition rate. diets formulated based in the concept of ideal protein or by the increase of soybean meal provided better results on fc, but did not influence significantly daily feed intake, dwg and carcass characteristics. finishing barrows supplemented with rac during 21 or 28 days showed better performance and carcass quality. diets formulated to attend the levels of digestible lysine by the inclusion of l-lysine hcl with the adjustment of other amino acids for ideal protein relation (ideal protein) or by the greater inclusion of soybean meal (increase of cp) provided better results of feed conversion in finishing borrows supplemented with rac during 28 days.
Efeito dos níveis de lisina digestível e da ractopamina sobre o desempenho e as características de carca?a de suínos machos castrados em termina??o
Marinho, Paula Cambraia;Fontes, Dalton de Oliveira;Silva, Francisco Carlos de Oliveira;Silva, Martinho de Almeida e;Pereira, Francisco Alves;Arouca, Cláudio Luiz Corrêa;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982007000800012
Abstract: an experiment was carried out with the objective of evaluating the effect of different lysine levels in diets supplemented or not with ractopamine (rac) on the performance and carcass characteristics of finishing barrows. forty commercial hybrid swines were distributed to a randomized experimental block design, in a 2 x 2 factorial arrangement, with two digestible lysine levels (0.67 and 0.87%), with adjustment for the others amino acids to achieve an ideal protein relationship, and two levels of rac (0 and 5.0 ppm) in a period of 28 days. supplementation with rac resulted in a higher daily weight gain and of daily lean meat deposition rate, and better feed conversion. the lysine levels did not affect the performance of the animals, however there was a reduction of backfat thickness on p1 and p2 points and increased the daily lean meat deposition rate on the carcass of swine fed with diets containing 0.87% of digestible lysine when in vivo evaluated. in conclusion, performance and carcass characteristics of swine fed with diets supplemented with rac in the finishing phase improved; however the effect of rac on the loin depth was higher for the higher level of 0.87% of digestible lysine.
Digestible lysine requirements for barrows with high genetic potential for lean Exigência de lisina digestível para suínos machos castrados, dos 30 aos 60 kg, de alto potencial genético para deposi o de carne magra na carca a
Alexandre Luiz Siqueira de Oliveira,Juarez Lopes Donzele,Márvio Lob?o Teixeira de Abreu,Francisco Carlos Oliveira Silva
Revista Brasileira de Saúde e Produ??o Animal , 2009,
Abstract: Fifty barrows with high genetic potential for lean gain in the carcass and initial body weight of 29.9 1.57 kg were used to evaluate the effect of feeding different lysine levels on performance and carcass protein deposition rate. A randomized block experimental design, with five treatments, five replicates and two animals per replicate was used. Treatments corresponded to five digestible lysine levels (0.70, 0.80, 0.90, 1.00, and 1.10%) with variable proportions of corn and soybean meal. Animals were kept in the experiment until they reached the final body weight of 60.5 1.74 kg. Linear (P<0.01) increasing effect was observed for the daily weight gain (DWG), but the linear response plateau model was that better fitted to the DWG data, that stabilized in a plateau starting from the level of 1.02% of digestible lysine. Significant linear effects were observed for the feed conversion, daily lysine intake and daily protein deposition by increasing dietary lysine levels but no diet effect was found for the daily feed intake. Digestible lysine level of 1.02%, corresponding to a digestible lysine intake of 19.50g/day, provides the best results of performance and protein deposition in barrows with high genetic potential for lean meat deposition in the carcass in the phase from 30 to 60 kg. Foram utilizados 50 suínos machos castrados de alto potencial genético para deposi o de carne magra na carca a e peso inicial de 29,9 1,57 kg, para avaliar diferentes níveis de lisina sobre o desempenho e as características de carca a. Foi usado delineamento de blocos ao acaso, com cinco tratamentos, cinco repeti es e dois animais por repeti o. Os tratamentos consistiram de cinco níveis de lisina digestível (0,70; 0,80; 0,90; 1,00 e 1,10%), obtidos variando-se a propor o de milho e farelo de soja nas ra es. Os animais permaneceram no experimento até atingirem o peso final de 60,5 1,74 kg. Os níveis de lisina influenciaram de forma linear (P<0,01) crescente o ganho de peso diário (GPD), mas o modelo “Linear Response Plateau” (LRP) foi o que melhor se ajustou aos dados do GPD, estimando em 1,02% o nível a partir do qual ocorreu um plat . A convers o alimentar, o consumo de lisina diário e a deposi o de proteína diária aumentaram de forma linear em raz o dos níveis de lisina da ra o, que, no entanto, n o influenciaram o consumo de ra o diário. Concluiu-se que o nível de 1,02% de lisina digestível, correspondente a um consumo de 19,50 g/dia de lisina digestível (0,29%/Mcal de ED), proporciona os melhores resultados de desempenho e deposi o protéica em suínos mac
Digestibilidade ileal de aminoácidos de alimentos utilizados em dietas pré-iniciais para leit es, determinada pelo método do sacrifício
Apol?nio Lourdes Rom?o,Donzele Juarez Lopes,Oliveira Rita Flávia Miranda de,Silva Francisco Carlos de Oliveira
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2002,
Abstract: Este estudo foi realizado com o objetivo de determinar a digestibilidade ileal, aparente e verdadeira, dos aminoácidos de alimentos, como: leite em pó, soro de leite, soja micronizada, soja extrusada e plasma suíno, comumente utilizados na formula o de dietas pré-iniciais para leit es, pela técnica do sacrifício. Foram utilizados 96 leit es mesti os com 40 dias de idade, distribuídos em delineamento inteiramente casualizado, com seis tratamentos, oito repeti es e dois animais por unidade experimental. As dietas foram formuladas para fornecer 7% de PB para o soro de leite e 13% para os demais alimentos, sendo o alimento avaliado a única fonte de proteína. Foi utilizada uma dieta isenta de proteína para determina o da perda endógena de aminoácidos. Os animais foram abatidos sete horas após a ingest o das dietas experimentais, sendo a digesta ileal coletada para forma o de uma amostra composta de digesta de oito animais, obtendo-se duas amostras por tratamento. Os maiores valores de digestibilidade verdadeira dos aminoácidos essenciais foram obtidos no soro de leite, leite em pó e soja extrusada, sendo os menores coeficientes de digestibilidade verdadeira encontrados na soja micronizada. A treonina foi o aminoácido essencial que apresentou menor coeficiente de digestibilidade verdadeira em todos os alimentos avaliados. A metionina foi o aminoácido que apresentou maior coeficiente de digestibilidade verdadeira no soro de leite, na soja extrusada, na soja micronizada e no plasma suíno, enquanto a lisina foi o de maior coeficiente de digestibilidade verdadeira no leite em pó. O menor coeficiente de digestibilidade da lisina foi obtido na soja micronizada.
Avalia??o de métodos de determina??o de água disponível em solo cultivado com algod?o
Souza, Carlos Cleide de;Oliveira, Francisco Assis de;Silva, Ivandro de Fran?a da;Amorim Neto, Malaquias da Silva;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2002000300015
Abstract: the main objective of this work was to evaluate two methods of determination of soil available water (a direct method and other in laboratory) and the effect of three levels of available water (10, 25 and 40%) in cotton crop (gossypium hirsutum l. r. latifolium hutch). this work was developed in green house condition in the departamento de solos e engenharia rural/centro de ciências agrárias/universidade federal da paraíba, located in areia, pb, brazil. a completely randomized block was utilized in a 2 x 3 factorial arrangement, with three replications. the variance analysis showed that the values of the available water in soil using the direct method were significantly (p £ 0.05) bigger than the lab method. the management of irrigation in the cotton crop using 40% of available water determinated through the direct method showed the better results of evapotranspiration, leaf area, aboveground biomass. there was interaction of methods x levels of available water for all variables studied.
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