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Gummatous hepatic syphilis simulating malignancy Sífilis hepática simulando metastiza o hepática
Bruno Arroja,Isabel Cotrim,Martinha Henrique
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2012,
An Analysis of Competence Development in Portuguese Geography Textbooks
Cristiana MARTINHA
Review of International Geographical Education Online , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to present certain results of my doctoral research, concerning the application of “Competence Pedagogy” in the teaching of geography in Portugal, particularly an analysis of Portuguese geography textbooks in order to improve our understanding of how they incorporate, or do not incorporate, this new pedagogical approach. It presents, therefore, a theoretical introduction to these issues, a description of the research methodology based on a typology of textbook analysis from a Portuguese research project – “Textbooks, E-textbooks and Students Activities”. Databases constructed in FileMaker for textbook analysis are described and examined through content analysis and statistical analyses. Finally, some implications of the research results are presented. This article also seeks to stimulate the debate about pedagogic approaches in geography textbooks, to describe and evaluate the current situation in Portuguese geography textbooks, and specially to stimulate the international debate about curricula directed at competence development in geography teaching.
First occurrence of Neralsia splendens (Borgmeier) (Hymenoptera: Figitidae) as parasitoids of Cyrtoneurina pararescita (Couri) (Diptera: Muscidae) in a rural area in Brazil  [PDF]
Carlos Henrique Marchiori
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/as.2014.51010

Figitidae behave as primary parasitoids of dipterous larvae that develop in the feces of cattle and agricultural pests such as fruit flies (Tephritidae) on fruit, Zaprionus indianus Gupta (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in fig cultivations, and Dettmeria euxestae Borgmeier, 1935 (Hymenoptera: Figitidae) in Euxesta eluta Loew, 1996 (Diptera: Otitidae) in corn. Neralsia splendens (Borgmeier 1935) (Hymenoptera: Figitidae), is a larval parasitoid of Diptera. The muscid genus Cyrtoneurina Giglio-Tos is one of the most abundant Phaoniine groups in the Neotropics. It may be of some hygienic importance because of the semidomestic habits of the adults of several species and the environment in which the coprophagous larvae develop. In the Neotropical region, few studies have been conducted on this group. This paper reports the first occurrence of N. splendens parasitizing C. pararescita in a rural area inBrazil. The study was conducted at the farm of the Veterinary andZootechnicsSchoolof the Federal University of Goiás, inGoiania,Brazil, next to corn and sorghum plantations. The dipterous pupae were obtained by means of the flotation method. They were individually placed in gelatin capsules until the emergence of the dipterous insects and/or their parasitoids. Two specimens were collected from 26 pupae of C. pararescita. The percentage of parasitism was 0.35%. The present study is the first in the world to report the occurrence of N. splendens parasitizing C.

Some Deviations of Form: A Little Essay on Psychoanalysis, Art and Aesthetics  [PDF]
Gustavo Henrique Dionisio
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.519196
Abstract: This work intends to investigate the use of psychoanalytical theory within the aesthetic and critical contemporary art field. To this purpose, it focuses on two philosophers who have become significant in our time: the art critic Hal Foster and the art historian Georges Didi-Huberman. This study aims to show how far the concepts generated in psychoanalytic praxis allowed interpretations that disrupt the traditional aesthetics field. This type of analysis is possible once we abandon the paradigm of “applied psychoanalysis”, which is still current in non-clinical setting. Finally, the proposal wants to argue that the category of the amorphous may clarify certain aesthetic experiences that range from the modernity of art through postmodernity.
Analyzing Spatial Patterns of Cardiorespiratory Diseases in the Federal District, Brazil  [PDF]
Weeberb Requia, Henrique Roig
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.710143
Abstract: Cardiorespiratory diseases are a serious public health problem worldwide. Identification of spatial patterns in health events is an efficient tool to guide public policies in environmental health. However, only few studies have considered spatial pattern analysis which is considered the evaluation of spatial autocorrelation, degree of autocorrelation and dependence behavior in terms of distances. Therefore, the objective of this study is to propose a set of procedures to evaluate the spatial patterns of cardiorespiratory diseases in the Federal District, Brazil. Specifically, our proposal will be based on four questions: a) is the spatial distribution of all patients clustered, random or dispersed? b) what is the degree of clustering for either high values or low values of patients? c) what is the spatial dependence behavior? d) considering the spatial variation, at what distance does the type of distribution (cluster, random or disperse) begin to change? We chose four methods to answer these questions Global Moran’s I (question “a”); Getis-Ord General G (question “b”); semivariogram analysis (question “c”); and multi-distance spatial cluster-K-function (question “d”). Our results suggest that there is a different behavior for people up to 5 years old (cluster, p < 0.01), especially in distances below 2.5 km. For people above 59 years old, cluster is significant just in short distances (<200 m). For other age groups, the spatial distribution is basically random. Our study showed that it was possible to capture evidences of health disparities in the Federal District.
Modulation of biological activities produced by an endophytic fungus under different culture conditions  [PDF]
Henrique Pereira Ramos, Suraia Said
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2011.26065
Abstract: The effect of culture conditions on the production of bioactive secondary metabolites by the endophytic fungus Arthrinium State of Apiospora Montagnei Sacc. was investigated. Culture broths were partitioned with ethyl acetate and the resulting extracts were evaluated for antibacterial, antifungal, cytotoxic, and antiparasitic activities. The highest levels of activities were arisen from cultures cultivated at 30C in modified Czapek medium. The best antimicrobial activity against Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MIC 90 μg/ml), and against Aspergillus fumigatus (MIC 130 μg/ml) were found in extracts from cultures grown in medium containing 3.1% (w/v) sucrose and 0.1% (w/v) sodium nitrate at pH 4.0 after 9 days of incubation. Cultures grown in medium without modification also showed antiparasitic and antitumoral activities after 9 days at pH 4.0, antifungal activity against Candida albicans at pH 4.0 - 7.0 (MIC 140 μg/ml), but against A. fumigatus just after 27 days of incubation. A specific bioactive compound may have its production improved if the culture conditions parameters that affect or influence the production were known, which in turn makes the purification process easier.
Valora??o do capital natural: económica, ecológica ou política?
Economia Global e Gest?o , 2012,
Abstract: the eruption of the environmental dimension in economic thinking builds a new background to the old question of what determines the value of goods and services. the knowledge of the value of natural resources and ecosystem services is, in fact, a condition of their effective management and a prerequisite of sustainable development.we describe here three main theories that explain the value of environmental goods and services and their correlative methodologies: from those that maintain the monists’ obsessions of traditional monetary analysis and of energy accounting to the dualist break introduced by ecological economics.this new branch of thought refuses the idea that one sole element is at the origin of value. it adopts the principle of incommensurability, the non existence of a universal measure of value, be it expressed in money terms or in an energy unit, and proposes multicriteria evaluation as an alternative tool of calculus, in a rejection both of an economic or an ecological rationale in this field.
Três axiomas da economia ecológica
Economia Global e Gest?o , 2009,
Abstract: three axioms of ecological economics are discussed: that ?natural? capital is the originating factor for the production of goods and the sink of the wastes of the economy; that the relationships between natural capital and ?man made? capital are basically complementary; that natural resources are scarce, operating as "limiting factors? on capital accumulation. we ask what economists have historically said about these axioms. the conclusion is that they are in a line of continuity with the physiocrats' concept of ?net product? and the theses of classical political economics on the role of land as a factor of production and the advent of the ?stationary state?. but they contrast with the foundations of the neoclassical model, insofar as this model considers only labor and ?man made? capital as perfect substitute factors of the macroeconomic production function. more recent models of economic science (endogenous growth theory and the theses on the role of knowledge in innovation) go against this conceptual framework, by introducing the concept of increased returns of information. they remain however anthropocentric and silent about the environmental restrictions on growth. two types of essential cycles should be studied: the cycle of increased returns of information and the cycle of exploration with increasing costs of material resources and energy. such contradictory cycles exert huge pressures on the environment, which implies new policies in the fields of management and regulation, if we want to avoid collapse.
De uisu: o mais antigo tratado supérstite de oftalmologia do Ocidente
Cairus, Henrique;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702012000200012
Abstract: we present here in portuguese the oldest treatise that the west has bequeathed us about ophthalmology and eyesight in general, namely "on vision" or de uisu in latin, with an introductory study that seeks to situate its place in the history of medicine, without, however, failing to dwell on the philological difficulties that the text contains.
Globaliza??o: em dire??o a um mundo só?
Rattner, Henrique;
Estudos Avan?ados , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40141995000300005
Abstract: the process of globalization, although impelled by economic factors, has to be analyzed also in its political, historical and spatial dimensions. contrarely to the idealized vision of a linear progress from regionally integrated markets toward a unique and global society, reality evidences an increasingly fragmented political space, with new barriers and protected markets. within this scenario of contradictory trends, the essay endeavors to analyse the role of the main actors - the rise of powerful organizations operating on transnational scale and the declining power and influence of the nation-state.
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