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Desempenho vegetativo e produtivo de cultivares e linhagens de soja de ciclo precoce no município de Piracicaba-SP
C?MARA, G.M.S.;PIEDADE, S.M.S.;MONTEIRO, J.H.;GUERZONI, R.A.;
Scientia Agricola , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90161998000300008
Abstract: as part of the official network trials for soybean (glycine max l. merrill) cultivar screening in the state of s?o paulo-brazil, a field experiment was installed in piracicaba, to evaluate the growth and yield performance of short maturity genotypes. the experiment was arranged in a randomized block design with 20 treatments (cultivars and breeding lines) and 4 replications on a kandiudalfic eutrodox soil. the plots were 2.50 m wide and 5.0 m long, with 4 planting lines spaced 0.50 m. the cultivar ias-5 (the most used in the state of s?o paulo) and iac-17 (with high yields in the trials of the last years) were introduced as standards for comparision with the newly developed cultivars and lines. the following characteristics were evaluated: initial plant population, flowering date, maturation date, plant height at flowering and maturation, first pod insertion height, degree of lodging and grain yield. lower plant population reduced plant height at maturation, first pod insertion height and grain yield. the lines br 92-4428, br 92-6528, iac 93-680, iac 90-938, ids 413-f4, iac 93-598 and iac 90-1000 were the most productive, with yields above the standards. the lines ft 90-2687 and br 92-5261 presented the lowest yields.
Desempenho vegetativo e produtivo de cultivares e linhagens de soja de ciclo precoce no município de Piracicaba-SP
C?MARA G.M.S.,PIEDADE S.M.S.,MONTEIRO J.H.,GUERZONI R.A.
Scientia Agricola , 1998,
Abstract: Como parte da rede oficial do Estado de S o Paulo relativa à competi o de linhagens de soja, desenvolveu-se no município de Piracicaba-SP, durante o ano agrícola 1996/97, experimento de campo visando avaliar o desempenho vegetativo e produtivo de linhagens e cultivares de soja (Glycine max L. Merrill) pertencentes ao ciclo de matura o precoce. Delineado em blocos ao acaso com 20 tratamentos (linhagens e cultivares) e 4 repeti es, o experimento foi instalado em Terra Roxa Estruturada eutrófica. As parcelas foram constituídas por 4 linhas espa adas entre si de 0,50 m com 5,0 m de comprimento. Como padr es de compara o das novas linhagens, foram utilizados os cultivares IAS-5 (atualmente o mais cultivado no Estado de S o Paulo) e IAC-17 (com elevada produtividade nos últimos ensaios no Estado de S o Paulo). Foram avaliadas as seguintes características: estande inicial; época de florescimento; época de matura o; altura de planta no florescimento e na matura o; altura de inser o da primeira vagem; grau de acamamento e rendimento em gr os. Concluiu-se que: a) baixo estande de plantas promoveu menor altura final, menor altura de inser o de vagem e menor rendimento em gr os; b) as linhagens BR 92-4428, BR 92-6528, IAC 93-680, IAC 90-938, IDS 413-F4, IAC 93-598 e IAC 90-1000, foram as mais produtivas, superando ambos os padr es; c) as linhagens FT 90-2687 e BR 92-5261, apresentaram os piores rendimentos.
Cryptic infections in mice with the Trypanosoma cruzi CL-14 clone
SOUSA, M.A.;PEREIRA, S.M.S.;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46651999000300014
Abstract: a infectividade do clone cl-14 do trypanosoma cruzi para camundongos foi revista utilizando-se como inóculo metacíclicos de cultura em nnn+lit, pré-incubados ou n?o com complemento de cobaio. nos animais inoculados n?o observamos parasitemia patente, mas a presen?a do parasito foi confirmada em 30% deles (9/30) através de hemocultivo ou xenodiagnóstico, este examinado aos 100 dias. a positividade das hemoculturas p?de ser evidenciada a partir dos 60 dias quando procederam de camundongos inoculados com metacíclicos tratados com complemento. nos demais hemocultivos a positividade foi constatada aos 100 dias ou posteriormente. um reisolado do cl-14 também n?o determinou parasitemia patente em camundongos até 30 dias após a inocula??o. estes achados s?o discutidos em rela??o à prote??o imunológica observada em camundongos inoculados com este clone.
Cryptic infections in mice with the Trypanosoma cruzi CL-14 clone
SOUSA M.A.,PEREIRA S.M.S.
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1999,
Abstract: A infectividade do clone CL-14 do Trypanosoma cruzi para camundongos foi revista utilizando-se como inóculo metacíclicos de cultura em NNN+LIT, pré-incubados ou n o com complemento de cobaio. Nos animais inoculados n o observamos parasitemia patente, mas a presen a do parasito foi confirmada em 30% deles (9/30) através de hemocultivo ou xenodiagnóstico, este examinado aos 100 dias. A positividade das hemoculturas p de ser evidenciada a partir dos 60 dias quando procederam de camundongos inoculados com metacíclicos tratados com complemento. Nos demais hemocultivos a positividade foi constatada aos 100 dias ou posteriormente. Um reisolado do CL-14 também n o determinou parasitemia patente em camundongos até 30 dias após a inocula o. Estes achados s o discutidos em rela o à prote o imunológica observada em camundongos inoculados com este clone.
Solid-phase synthesis of isoalloxazines using merrifield resin
Geetanjali,;Singh, Ram;Chauhan, S.M.S;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532006000200030
Abstract: the reaction of merrifield resin bound diamino compounds with alloxan monohydrate gave 7-resin bound 10-substituted isoalloxazines that were characterized by solid phase fluorescence and ir spectroscopy. the resin was cleaved by 40% aqueous hf/dmf to give 7-carboxy-10-substituted isoalloxazines that were characterized by uv-vis., ir, 1h nmr, fluorescence and elemental analysis.
Solid-phase synthesis of isoalloxazines using merrifield resin
Geetanjali,Singh Ram,Chauhan S.M.S
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2006,
Abstract: The reaction of Merrifield resin bound diamino compounds with alloxan monohydrate gave 7-resin bound 10-substituted isoalloxazines that were characterized by solid phase fluorescence and IR spectroscopy. The resin was cleaved by 40% aqueous HF/DMF to give 7-carboxy-10-substituted isoalloxazines that were characterized by UV-vis., IR, 1H NMR, fluorescence and elemental analysis
Callus Induction from Seeds of Zea mays Var. EV-2097
S.M.S. Naqvi,T. Yasmin,H. Rashid,Z. Chaudary
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: The present study was conducted on maize, with the aim to work out a suitable surface disinfecting procedure for seeds and to know the best concentration of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4 -D) for callus induction in N6 medium using var. EV-2097. Better disinfection of seeds was achieved with 30 minutes Clorox treatment (86 %). Maximum callus induction (47 %) was recorded with 2 mg l-1 followed by 3 mg l-1 (18 %) and 1 mg l-1 2,4 -D (16 %).
Isozyme variations in some wheat genotypes in response to spot blotch infection
SOMA DAS, RASHMI AGGARWAL, K.D. SRIVASTAVA and S.M.S. TOMAR*
Indian Phytopathology , 2012,
Abstract: The defense related enzymes (peroxidase and esterase) playa prominent role, either directly or indirectly in resistance responses. The enzyme activity was studied in resistant and susceptible genotypes, with or without Drechslera sorokiniana inoculation in one-week-old seedlings. High polymorphism was observed in PBW 343, Agra local and HD 2329 for both the enzymes while resistant Pusa-T 3336 showed low polymorphism. In healthy seedlings of Pusa-T 3336, 4 bands of peroxidase isozyme were obtained, where as in inoculated seedlings an extra band of Rmvalue 0.96 was obtained. In moderately
Energy and Exergy Analysis of Simple and Regenerative Gas Turbines Inlet Air Cooling Using Absorption Refrigeration
S.M.S. Mahmoudi,V. Zare,F. Ranjbar,L. Garooci Farshi
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: This study deals with energy and exergy analysis of simple and regenerative gas turbines with inlet air cooling using lithium bromide-water absorption refrigeration cycle. A parametric study has been carried out and effects of important factors like compressor inlet air temperature, pressure ratio and turbine inlet temperature on the performance of the cycles were studied. The results show that for each 10°C decrease of inlet air temperature, net output power increases around 6-12% and the first and second law efficiencies increase around 2-7%. It is shown that the amount of this increase is higher when the pressure ratio is high and turbine inlet temperature is low. Also exergy destruction of all components has been calculated and the results indicate that the combustor has the largest contribution on exergy destruction and the exergy destruction of absorption refrigeration cycle is very low as compared to that of the gas turbine one. It is also found that the energy content of exhaust gases in both simple and regenerative gas turbines is more than enough to run the refrigeration cycle. The results of required cooling load can be helpful in estimating the cost of the necessary absorption refrigeration unit.
Comparison between Metastatic Spinal Tumour of Unknown Primary Tumour with a Known Primary  [PDF]
Wissam Jassim Sagban, S.M.S. Ridha, Zaki Noah Hasan
World Journal of Neuroscience (WJNS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2016.61002
Abstract: Patients presented with spinal metastases from unknown primary tumours are rare. In this research we evaluated all patients with metastatic spinal tumour of unknown primary tumour, all patients were evaluated pre-operatively and comparison was done to those patients who had known primary tumour the study aimed to compare the group with known primary and the group with the unknown primary regarding the: mean age, gender, duration of symptoms, complication rate, region of the spine affected by metastasis, presence or absence of other skeletal or visceral metastasis, histological cell type and neurological outcome. Method: A retrospective study was performed on 40 patients presented to Neuroscience hospital in Baghdad from January 2010 till January 2014; all patients with metastatic spinal tumour were included in our study. We reviewed all patients’ records including age, sex, primary tumour, duration of their symptoms, neurological out come and complications. Results: Out of the 40 patient who presented with spinal tumours that underwent surgery duo to metastatic spinal tumour, five patients presented with spinal compression duo to metastatic tumour of unknown primary tumour (12.5%). The mean age was 64 years, 4 male and one female. For those with a known primary tumour mean age was 61 year, 22 male 13 female. Duration of symptoms prior to surgery was the same 180 days for those with unknown primary and 190 day for those with known primary tumours. They also had similar neurological outcome (80%) remain the same or improved post operatively for those with unknown primary and (85.7%) for those with a known primary tumour, and a similar complication rate for unknown primary was 25% versus 28% for known. The primary site of metastatic spinal tumour of unknown primary was confirmed after histopathology all shown adenocarcinoma four from the lung (80%) and one from colorectal. While the most common known carcinoma site were the lung 18 patient (51.4%), colorectal 8 (22.8%), breast 7 (20%), and renal 2 (5.71%). All patient who complain from secondary spinal metastasis with unknown primary tumour didn’t show any other skeletal or visceral metastasis, while those with a known primary tumour 6 patient out of 35 (17.1%) shown involvement of other site, the indication of surgery was to remove cord compression and restore neurological deficit. The most common site for metastasis was the dorsal spine for those of an unknown primary tumour 4 out of 5 patients (80%), and for those of a known primary tumour it was the lumbar area 28 out of 35 patient (80%). In conclusion
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