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Pensamiento crítico para el uso diario
Mónica Rodríguez
Boletín Científico Sapiens Research , 2012,
Abstract: We are surrounded by information, which is generally abundant, and often contradictory. It is difficult to move among so many data, especially when experts disagree and our decisions are critical. I argue that the use of tools similar to those used in the scientific method and, in particular, the application of critical thinking to our daily lives, can help us to find the truth, or to approach it, in all these situations. The required abilities could be built up from school on, at the same time constructing a knowledge base that includes all the information relevant for a better understanding of the world we live in.
MIGRACIóN LABORAL INTERNACIONAL, REMESAS Y CRECIMIENTO ECONóMICO
SINISTERRA RODRíGUEZ,MóNICA MARíA;
Estudios Gerenciales , 2005,
Abstract: the article seeks to show the main causes and economic effects of the international labor migration. leaving of the neoclassical theory of the international trade shows as the international mobility of labor generates economic growth in the country destination when increasing the quantity of the intensive factor in the good that it exports (effect rybczynski) and in the source country, when increasing the income of the families and therefore the consumption, and/or when increasing the productive investment using the repatriated remittances. keeping in mind the relevance of the remittances for the economic development, is necessary starting from the public political to reduce the current transaction costs, among other barriers that impede a major flow of remittances.
MULTILOCALIZACIóN: UNA ESTRATEGIA PARA COMPETIR GLOBALMENTE
SINISTERRA RODRíGUEZ,MóNICA MARíA;
Estudios Gerenciales , 2009,
Abstract: multilocation: a strategy for global competition this article, through an analytical bibliographical review, aims to show the relevance of the hypothesis that outlines multilocation as one of the best managerial strategies to compete globally, especially when the firms enclose competitive advantages and they are capable to identify and to take advantage of the comparative advantages of the regions. the main implication of this hypothesis is that it claims a bigger attention over the new necessities of managerial abilities with the purpose of tying the rupture of the chain value that the commercial integration generates.
Susceptibility of Solanum phureja (Juz. et Buk.) to Potato yellow vein virus
Guzmán,Mónica; Rodríguez,Patricia;
Agronomía Colombiana , 2010,
Abstract: sixty two virus-free accessions of solanum phureja from the colombian central collection of this tuber (bogotá-soacha) were tested for their susceptibility to infection with potato yellow vein virus (pyvv). under greenhouse conditions, the plants were inoculated with pyvv using viruliferous trialeurodes vaporariorum (westwood) whiteflies, and monitored for three months (the tuber formation period of s. phureja) for symptoms of infection and virus capsid protein (cp) production, by means of a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (rt-pcr) assay. symptoms of pyvv infection, consisting in the chlorotic flecking of leaflets, followed by complete vein yellowing, were noted in 38 accessions whose rna extracts generated correct-sized cp amplicons in rt-pcr assays. thirteen of the remaining accessions were found to be latently infected with the virus through positive rt-pcr assays. twelve accessions were free of virus infection as judged by the absence of symptoms and negative rt-pcr assay results over two cycles of tuber setting and germination. these accessions may possess field resistance to pyvv. this work is the first one to detect and define the levels of susceptibility of colombian s. phureja accessions to pyvv infection, and to identify the potential existence of resistance to this deleterious andean potato virus.
DEPENDENCIA DE LA HISTORIA EN LA DETERMINACIóN DEL CAPITAL SOCIAL, HERENCIA COLONIAL Y CAMBIO INSTITUCIONAL: EL CASO CAUCANO
Sinisterra Rodríguez,Mónica María;
Cuadernos de Economía , 2009,
Abstract: this document uses an analytic-interpretive perspective to show the role that institutions and social capital have played in the economic performance of different regions, in particular in the department of cauca, where historical dependence and the colonial heritage have been important causes of low levels of development. to do this, it reviews the colonial legacy of the gobernación del cauca based on historical evidence and stylized facts that reveal the presence of extractive institutions that generated the so-called gold cycle and livestock cycle
La responsabilidad bancaria derivada de las operaciones de crédito en el derecho francés
Mónica Rodríguez González
Revista de Derecho Privado , 2011,
Abstract: El recurso al préstamo bancario es de vital importancia para la constitución y buen funcionamiento de las empresas, especialmente de las de peque a y mediana talla. Esta relación de dependencia entre empresas y bancos es aun mayor cuando la empresa se ve obligada a entrar en un régimen de insolvencia. En Francia existía un régimen de responsabilidad bancaria por da os ocurridos en el ejercicio de la actividad crediticia. Las hipótesis eran: a) rechazo del crédito, b) ruptura abusiva de la relación crediticia, c) concesión de un crédito ruinoso y, d) sostenimiento abusivo de la relación crediticia. Pero una ley de 2005 vino a desmontar este régimen de responsabilidad, estableciendo un principio de irresponsabilidad, con solo tres excepciones. La eficacia de la ley, sin embargo, puede cuestionarse.
Dependencia de la historia en la determinación del capital social, herencia colonial y cambio institucional: el caso caucano.
Sinisterra Rodríguez Mónica María
Cuadernos de Economía , 2009,
Abstract: El documento muestra, a través de una perspectiva analítica-interpretativa, el papel que han jugado las instituciones y el capital social en el desempe o económico de distintas regiones, en particular del departamento del Cauca, en el cual la dependencia de la historia y la herencia colonial han sido causales importantes de su bajo desarrollo. Para ello, se revisa el legado colonial de la Gobernación del Cauca a partir de evidencias históricas y hechos estilizados que permiten mostrar la presencia de instituciones extractivas que generaron los denominados Ciclo de Oro y Ciclo de la Hacienda.
Migración laboral internacional, remesas y crecimiento económico
Mónica María Sinisterra Rodríguez
Estudios Gerenciales , 2005,
Abstract: El artículo pretende mostrar las principales causas y efectos económicos de la migración laboral internacional. Partiendo de la teoría neoclásica del comercio internacional muestra como la movilidad internacional de trabajo genera crecimiento económico en el país destino al aumentar la cantidad del factor intensivo en el bien que exporta (efecto Rybczynski), y en el país origen, al aumentar los ingresos de las familias y por tanto el consumo, y/o al aumentar la inversión productiva utilizando las remesas repatriadas. Teniendo en cuenta la relevancia de las remesas para el desarrollo económico, es necesario a partir de la política pública reducir los actuales costos de transacción, entre otras barreras que impiden el mayor flujo de remesas.
MULTILOCALIZACIóN: UNA ESTRATEGIA PARA COMPETIR GLOBALMENTE
MóNICA MARíA SINISTERRA RODRíGUEZ
Estudios Gerenciales , 2009,
Abstract: Este artículo busca mostrar, a través de una revisión bibliográfica analítica, la pertinencia de la hipótesis que plantea la multilocalización como una de las mejores estrategias empresariales para competir globalmente, específicamente, cuando las empresas tienen ventajas competitivas y son capaces de identificar y aprovechar las ventajas comparativas de las regiones. La principal implicación de esta hipótesis es que reclama una mayor atención sobre las nuevas necesidades de habilidades empresariales para ligar la ruptura de la cadena de valor que la integración comercial produce.
Identification of ompL1 and lipL32 Genes to Diagnosis of Pathogenic Leptospira spp. Isolated from Cattle  [PDF]
Hernández-Rodríguez Patricia, Gomez Ramirez Arlen, Baquero Mónica, Quintero Gladys
Open Journal of Veterinary Medicine (OJVM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojvm.2014.45012
Abstract:

Diagnosis of leptospirosis in Colombia is based on clinical history and serological testing. However, disease symptoms are nonspecific and there is no uniform criteria regarding the qualifications considered positive. Therefore, it is important to identify and characterize genes associated with pathogenicity in native strains for the development of new diagnostic tests and vaccine production. The aim of this study was to identify the ompL1 and lipL32 genes in Leptospira strains isolated from urine samples of cattle. Sixteen strains were obtained from urine samples and, DNA was isolated to perform two Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests which identified lipL32 and ompL1 genes. As positive control, a reference strain of L. interrogans was used. L. biflexa and Escherichia coli strains were used as a negative control. In 100% of the samples were identified amplicons of 960 bp and 423 bp corresponding to ompL1 and lipL32 genes respectively. Thus, the pathogenic property and conservation of genes in the isolated strains were confirmed. This study is presented as a contribution to the diagnosis of leptospirosis to use these genes as molecular markers of infection. The results of this study might provide clues for future clinical, epidemiological and molecular research leading to implement new diagnostic strategies and to expand knowledge of the pathophysiology of a disease of public health impact on human and

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