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Seed germination in Miconia theaezans (Bonpl.) Cogniaux (Melastomataceae)
Godoi, Simone;Takaki, Massanori;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132007000400002
Abstract: the effects of light and temperature were studied on the seeds of miconia theazeans by isothermic and alternating temperature incubations. the optimum temperature for seed germination was determined by final percentage and germination rates as located in the range of 27.5 to 30 °c and by germination kinetics at the range of 19.5 to 30 °c. the germination was dependent on diffusion processes. the minimum and maximum temperatures were 12.5-15°c and 32.5-35°c, respectively. the seeds showed strong light dependence for germination with the necessity of daily 4-6 h white light irradiation for the maximum induction of germination. however, under 30-20 °c alternating temperatures, daily 2 hours white light was enough to induce germination and attained maximum under 4 h photoperiod. the results indicated that m. theazeans presented characteristics of early successional species.
Effects of light and temperature on seed germination in Cecropia hololeuca Miq. (Cecropiaceae)
Godoi, Simone;Takaki, Massanori;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132004000200004
Abstract: seeds of cecropia hololeuca were submitted to regimes of constant and alternating temperatures, associated with photoperiods of white light, "shade light" and continuous darkness under controlled conditions in laboratory. seeds did not germinate at constant temperatures of 10°c to 20°c and above 35°c. seeds only germinated in the darkness when the temperature was alternated. "shade light" inhibited germination. we concluded that the regime of alternating temperatures suppressed the light effects on seed germination of this species.
A mídia e a constru??o do herói esportivo: análise de publicidades com Ronaldo "fen?meno"
Godoi, Marcos Roberto;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências do Esporte , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-32892011000300008
Abstract: the aim of this study was to analyze the discourses and images used in the construction of the sporting hero. the corpus analysis consisted of three parts advertising with soccer star ronaldo, who were subsequently described and analyzed based on the discourse analisys and semiology. it can be concluded that propaganda "bullfighter ronaldo" created the image of the hero capable of extraordinary feats, and unexplained admirable, mixing elements of the real and the unreal. already advertisements in "welcome to ronaldo" and "ronaldo brahmeiro" discursive strategies that construct the image the hero who can overcome obstacles and difficulties, highlighting the persistence, determination and ability to believe in themselves, anchoring the ideological formation of neoliberalism.
Efeito da temperatura e a participa??o do fitocromo no controle da germina??o de sementes de embaúba
Godoi, Simone;Takaki, Massanori;
Revista Brasileira de Sementes , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31222005000200013
Abstract: cecropia glaziovi is a pioneer species which occurs in the atlantic rain forest, especially in forest borders and secondary forest. this study was carried out to analyse the effect of temperature and light mode of action by fluence response curves to understand the seed behaviour of this species. the optimum temperature for germination of cecropia glaziovi seeds was determined as between 25 to 30oc and the saturation of germination induction by white light mediated by phytochrome was attained at 1w.m-2. although cecropia glaziovi seeds need light with a high r:fr ratio fto induce the process, germination was achieved by low fluence indicating high sensitivity to light in open areas such as forest borders and small gaps in the canopy. these characteristics indicate the participation of phytochrome b in the control of germination in this species.
Avaliando a pré-escola: uma trajetória de forma o de professoras
Godoi Elisandra Girardelli
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2003,
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Leptospirose ou doen a por Hantavírus? Aspectos clínicos
Godoi Jocelene Tenório
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
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Corpos femininos volumosos e estética: discursos contra-hegem nicos sobre beleza em blogs na internet
Marcos Roberto Godoi
Movimento , 2011,
Abstract: El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar los discursos (textos e imágenes) sobre los cuerpos femininos voluminosos y la estética en los blogs de Internet. El corpus se compone de imágenes, textos y comentarios de los lectores, que se analizaron con base en el materialismo cultural, la concepción dialógica del lenguaje y el Análises del Discurso. Llegamos a la conclusión de que los blogs había discurso contrahegemónico en la relación a la norma estética del cuerpo del "mercado de la belleza" y son espacios políticos y culturales de la resistencia, y el fortalecimento del diálogo entre los hombres y mujeres que disfrutan de outra manera de ser hermosa.
Evaluation at the Day Care School: the bodies’ discipline and the children’s transgression
Elisandra Girardelli Godoi
Educa??o : Teoria e Prática , 2010,
Abstract: This paper discusses the evaluation practices present in the children’s education from 0 to 3 years old. The methodology was developed and experienced through qualitative research conducted in a public day-care center in Campinas and during one year. The resources used to obtain the data were: observations and interviews. The evidentevaluation in that place would compare, label, classify, approving and disapproving the children at the same time. The evaluation was based on constant watching and controlling (observing if the child was o belying or not the given rules), even the children’s bodies and behavior as: how they should sit eat, sleep, play and others. At the same time, the data revealed that the children does these rules not accepted a resistance to the assignments that were common and equal to everyone which would educate for the discipline and submission. In that way this the children behavior were not aligned with the adult’s proposal.
Effects of light and temperature on seed germination in Cecropia hololeuca Miq. (Cecropiaceae)
Godoi Simone,Takaki Massanori
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2004,
Abstract: Seeds of Cecropia hololeuca were submitted to regimes of constant and alternating temperatures, associated with photoperiods of white light, "shade light" and continuous darkness under controlled conditions in laboratory. Seeds did not germinate at constant temperatures of 10°C to 20°C and above 35°C. Seeds only germinated in the darkness when the temperature was alternated. "Shade light" inhibited germination. We concluded that the regime of alternating temperatures suppressed the light effects on seed germination of this species.
Reliable Content Distribution in P2P Networks Based on Peer Groups  [PDF]
Elias P. Duarte Jr., Ana Flavia B. Godoi
International Journal of Internet and Distributed Systems (IJIDS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijids.2014.22002
Abstract: Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks are highly dynamic systems which are very popular for content distribution in the Internet. A single peer remains in the system for an unpredictable amount of time, and the rate in which peers enter and leave the system, i.e. the churn, is often high. A user that is obtaining content from a selected peer is frequently informed that particular peer is not available anymore, and is asked to select another peer, or will have another peer assigned, often without enough checks to confirm that the content provided by the new peer presents the same quality of the previous peer. In this work we present a strategy based on group communication for transparent and robust content access in P2P networks. Instead of accessing a single peer for obtaining the desired content, a user request is received and processed by a group of peers. This group of peers, called PCG (Peer Content Group) provides reliable content access in sense that even as members of the group crash or leave the system, users continue to receive the content if at least one group member remains fault-free. Each PCG member is capable of independently serving the request. A PCG is transparent to the user, as the group interface is identical to the interface provided by a single peer. A group member is elected to serve each request. A fault monitoring component allows the detection of member crashes. If the peer is serving request crashes, another group member is elected to continue providing the service. The PCG and a P2P file sharing applications were implemented in the JXTA platform. Evaluation results are presented showing the latency of group operations and system components.
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