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Las horas canónicas en El Libro de buen amor
Morros, Bienvenido
Anuario de Estudios Medievales , 2004,
Abstract: This work studies the parody of the canonical hours in the Libro de buen amor and it is based on several handbooks about liturgy, roman as well as hispanic, that the Archpriest could probably use for this episode in his book. Thanks to the explanations that these books show about every one of the canonical hours, we can undertand much better the behaviour of the priest who takes the chief role in the episode written by Juan Ruiz. El presente trabajo analiza la parodia de las horas canónicas en el Libro de buen amor a la luz de los diferentes manuales sobre liturgia, tanto romana como hispánica, que el Arcipreste pudo manejar para ese episodio de su obra. Gracias a las explicaciones que se dan en todos esos libros sobre cada una de las horas canónicas, entendemos mucho mejor la conducta del clérigo que las protagoniza en el pasaje de Juan Ruiz.
Areúsa en La Celestina: De la Comedia a la Tragicomedia
Morros Mestres, Bienvenido
Anuario de Estudios Medievales , 2010,
Abstract: Rojas seems to Areúsa to attribute two different papers in the work. In the Comedy he presents it as the friend of a military man with the one that lives together in a regimen of concubinage allowed by the law and that was the most similar thing to the marriage. In the Tragicomedy, on the other hand, he turns her into a clandestine prostitute who takes part of the corruption of the justice to make and to undo to her whim. In five interpolated cars he ends up by granting her a function very similar to the one that had had the deceased Celestina. Rojas parece atribuir a Areúsa dos papeles distintos en la obra. En la Comedia la presenta como la amiga de un militar con el que cohabita en un régimen de amancebamiento permitido por la ley y que era lo más parecido al matrimonio. En la Tragicomedia, en cambio, la convierte en una prostituta clandestina que participa de la corrupción de la justicia para hacer y deshacer a su antojo. En los cinco autos interpolados le acaba otorgando una función muy similar a la que había tenido la fallecida Celestina.
Evaluación participativa de materiales promisorios de vainita Phaseolus vulgaris L. en las zonas altas del estado Lara
Morros,M. E.; Pire,A;
Revista de la Facultad de Agronomía , 2003,
Abstract: the objective of this research was to evaluate promissory bean species in order to select lines resistant to anthracnose with acceptable agronomic and market characteristic for farmers of highland areas (1300 m) in lara state. forty five lines of beans from ciat, cali, colombia were tested. the experimental design was completely randomized blocks with two repetitions. the trial was managed under traditional cultivation methods, except that only two fungicide application were made, when normally in this area 6 to 8 applications occur during the cycle. an evaluation during pod fill-out phase was done with farmers taking part in the analysis in order to understand their selection and discard procedures. a total of eleven promissory lines were selected for the area, and the decisive criteria for selection were resistance to anthracnose, market quality and yield.
Evaluación participativa de materiales promisorios de vainita Phaseolus vulgaris L. en las zonas altas del estado Lara Participative evaluation of bean lines Phaseolus vulgaris L. in the highland areas of Lara
M. E. Morros,A Pire
Revista de la Facultad de Agronomía , 2003,
Abstract: El trabajo tuvo como objetivo evaluar materiales promisorios de vainita, a fin de contar con una selección de líneas promisorias resistentes a la Antracnosis, con características agronómicas y de mercado aceptables por los agricultores de las zonas altas (1300 msnm) del estado Lara. Para ello se contó con 45 líneas de vainita de hábito arbustivo, provenientes del Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical CIAT, Cali, Colombia. Se utilizó un dise o de bloques al azar con 2 repeticiones, la parcela experimental constó de 2 hileras de 3 metros de largo cada una, separadas entre sí 60 cm y una distancia entre plantas de 10 cm. El manejo del ensayo estuvo de acuerdo al realizado tradicionalmente por los agricultores en la zona, con la salvedad que en este ensayo se hicieron solo dos aplicaciones de fungicidas durante todo el ciclo, siendo común en la zona realizar de 6 a 8 aplicaciones durante el ciclo. Durante la fase de llenado de las vainas se realizó una evaluación con agricultores de la zona a fin de conocer sus criterios de selección y descarte. Se cuenta con un total de once líneas promisorias para la zona, siendo los criterios determinantes la resistencia a la Antracnosis, la calidad de mercado y el rendimiento. The objective of this research was to evaluate promissory bean species in order to select lines resistant to Anthracnose with acceptable agronomic and market characteristic for farmers of highland areas (1300 m) in Lara state. Forty five lines of beans from CIAT, Cali, Colombia were tested. The experimental design was completely randomized blocks with two repetitions. The trial was managed under traditional cultivation methods, except that only two fungicide application were made, when normally in this area 6 to 8 applications occur during the cycle. An evaluation during pod fill-out phase was done with farmers taking part in the analysis in order to understand their selection and discard procedures. A total of eleven promissory lines were selected for the area, and the decisive criteria for selection were resistance to Anthracnose, market quality and yield.
Selección de la fecha de siembra como estrategia de adaptación a los efectos del estrés térmico sobre los rendimientos simulados de caraota (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) en un área montano baja del centro-occidente de Venezuela
Warnock de Parra,R; Guillén,L; Puche,M; Silva,O; Morros,M;
Revista de la Facultad de Agronomía , 2007,
Abstract: consequences of elevated temperatures on yield losses of commercial dry bean (phaseolus vulgaris l.) production systems may be reduced by proper management of planting date. by using 41 years of daily climatic information, simulated yields were quantified and assessed for 7 dry bean genetic materials in a low mountainous area (09°43′ n - 09°46′ n, 69°37′ o - 69°40′ o and 1228 msnm - 1502 msnm) of midwestern venezuela with the purpose of developing suitable planting date recommendations for various production levels. the cropgro-bean (dssat v. 3,5) model was applied using local climate, soil and management information as input data. results showed that the best planting date for 75% of local bean growers who irrigate is toward the end of the rainy season, during the months of octobernovember, which would improve expected yields as much as 12%, while plantings in may would reduce expected yields as much as 16% on average. the most suitable planting date for the remaining 25% of growers that do not irrigate is during the beginning of rainy season (may).
Contenido de carbohidratos en variedades autóctonas de Phaseolus vulgaris cultivadas en Venezuela
Granito,M; Guinand,J; Pérez,S; Pérez,D; Morros,M;
Revista de la Facultad de Agronomía , 2008,
Abstract: p. vulgaris, commonly known in venezuela as black bean, is the legume of highest consumption among all social strata, because takes part of the dietary habits of the population. its high nutritional potential, as well as easy access makes it a potentially strategic foodstuff for the achievement of the food self-sufficiency of the venezuelan people. the objective of this work was to evaluate the carbohydrates content present in autochthonous varieties of p. vulgaris cultivated by growers in different geographical areas of the country, aiming to contribute to the identification and characterization of p. vulgaris varieties grown in venezuela. nine raw varieties were analyzed respect to their contents of total, available and resistant starch, total dietary fiber, soluble and insoluble, stachyose and raffinose. mean contents of 43.9% for total starch, 39% for available starch, 25.5% for resistant starch, 26.9% for total dietary fiber, being 24.4% insoluble fiber and 2.4% soluble fiber, 2.3% for raffinose and 8% for stachyose were found. based on the results found, it can be concluded that phaseolus vulgaris represents an important source of energy and of bioactive compounds. the poncha variety (f) grown in lara state had the highest total starch content and insoluble fiber and the lowest concentration of soluble fiber and a-galactosides and could therefore represent an excellent option for providing energy to the population, preventing constipation without cause flatulence.
Effectiveness of anti-inflammatory treatment versus antibiotic therapy and placebo for patients with non-complicated acute bronchitis with purulent sputum. The BAAP Study protocol
Carl Llor, Ana Moragas, Carolina Bayona, Rosa Morros, Helena Pera, Josep M Cots, Yvonne Fernández, Marc Miravitlles, Albert Boada
BMC Pulmonary Medicine , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2466-11-38
Abstract: A total of 420 patients from 15 to 70 years of age with no associated comorbidity, presenting respiratory tract infection of at least one week of evolution, with cough as the predominant symptom, the presence of purulent expectoration and at least one other symptom of the respiratory tract (dyspnoea, wheezing, chest discomfort or pain), with no alternative explanation such as pneumonia, will be included in a prospective, randomised and controlled, clinical trial with placebo. The patients will be randomised to receive one of three treatments: ibuprofen, amoxycillin and clavulanic acid or placebo for 10 days. The main outcome measure is the number of days with frequent cough defined by the symptom diary with a score of 1 or more.This trial is designed to evaluate the number of days with frequent cough with anti-inflammatory treatment compared with antimicrobial treatment and placebo in previously healthy patients with a clinical picture of acute bronchitis and purulent expectoration. It is hypothesized that anti-inflammatory treatment is more effective than antibiotic treatment to reduce cough, which is the most disturbing symptom for patients with this infection.ISRCTN07852892Acute bronchitis is a clinical term which implies a self-limiting infection of the large airways and is characterized by clinical manifestations of cough without pneumonia [1]. This process affects approximately 5% of adults annually with a greater incidence in the winter. It accounts for 9.4% of the infections attended by family physicians [2]. Acute bronchitis is mainly a viral infection [3,4]. The role of bacteria in this infection continues to be controversial since bronchial biopsies have never demonstrated bacterial invasion. In some cases atypical germs may be involved including Bordetella pertussis, Chlamydophila pneumoniae and Mycoplasma pneumonia [1,5].It is thought that acute bronchitis reflects an inflammatory response to infections of the epithelium of the bronchi. Microscopic exam
Impact of Glucose-Lowering Agents on the Risk of Cancer in Type 2 Diabetic Patients. The Barcelona Case-Control Study
Rafael Simó, Oleguer Plana-Ripoll, Diana Puente, Rosa Morros, Xavier Mundet, Luz M. Vilca, Cristina Hernández, Inmaculada Fuentes, Adriana Procupet, Josep M. Tabernero, Concepción Violán
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0079968
Abstract: Background The aim of the present study is to evaluate the impact of glucose-lowering agents in the risk of cancer in a large type 2 diabetic population. Methods A nested case-control study was conducted within a defined cohort (275,164 type 2 diabetic patients attending 16 Primary Health Care Centers of Barcelona). Cases (n = 1,040) comprised those subjects with any cancer diagnosed between 2008 and 2010, registered at the Cancer Registry of Hospital Vall d'Hebron (Barcelona). Three control subjects for each case (n = 3,120) were matched by age, sex, diabetes duration, and geographical area. The treatments analyzed (within 3 years prior to cancer diagnosis) were: insulin glargine, insulin detemir, human insulin, fast-acting insulin and analogues, metformin, sulfonylureas, repaglinide, thiazolidinediones, dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors, and alpha glucosidase inhibitors. Conditional logistic regressions were used to calculate the risk of cancer associated with the use of each drug adjusted by age, BMI, dose and duration of treatment, alcohol use, smoking habit, and diabetes duration. Results No differences were observed between case and control subjects for the proportion, dose or duration of exposure to each treatment. None of the types of insulin and oral agents analyzed showed a significant increase in the risk of cancer. Moreover, no cancer risk was observed when glargine was used alone or in combination with metformin. Conclusions Our results suggest that diabetes treatment does not influence the risk of cancer associated with type 2 diabetes. Therefore, an eventual increase of cancer should not be a reason for biasing the selection of any glucose-lowering treatment in type 2 diabetic population.
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