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Rendimento de carca?a de peixe matrinx? (Brycon cephalus) nos diferentes cortes de cabe?a
Gomiero, Juliana Sampaio Guedes;Ribeiro, Paula Adriane Perez;Ferreira, Milena Wolff;Logato, Priscila Vieira Rosa;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542003000100027
Abstract: the objective of this study was to determine the carcass yielding of brycon cephalus in different cuts of its head. the experiment was conducted in the fish farmer at the federal university of lavras, in may 2001. the experiment was in a randomized design with two treatments (head rightly cut and head obliquely cut) and twenty replications. the fish were removed from the tank with an average weigh of 840 g and were killed by temperature shock with water and ice. it was concluded that the head obliquely cut rendered the best barrel clean yielding (66%) compared to the head rightly cut (61%). in the same way, the ratio fillet/standard length also showed better results for the oblique cut compared to the right cut
Efeito do processamento do milho sobre o desempenho e composi??o de carca?a de piaba (Leporinus friderici) criada em tanques-rede
Vieira, Jodnes Sobreira;Logato, Priscila Vieira Rosa;Ribeiro, Paula Adriane Perez;Freitas, Rilke Tadeu Fonseca de;Fialho, Elias Tadeu;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542005000200025
Abstract: the experiment with the objective of verify the effects of the processing (extrusion, rolling and pelleting of corn) on the performance and composition of the piaba (leporinus frederici) carcass, was conducted in the usina hidreletrica da companhia energética de minas gerais - cemig (minas gerais hydroelectric station), in the itutinga- mg , with the lenght of 45 days. the experiment was undertaken in 24 cages of 1m3, 480 fingerlings were utilized, they were distributed into blocks. the four experimental rations were formulated based in corn meal, extruded corn, rolled corn and pelleted corn. the data obtained were submitted to the analysis of variance and the comparison of means of the treatments by the scott & knott test. the results showed any statistical difference in the performance parameters. however, the use of extruded corn and corn meal increased protein content (p<0.05) and decreased fat content (p<0.05) of the carcass traits, these results showed, improved protein utilization for structural purposes. in conclusion the corn processing did not improve the performance of the fish and that corn meal and extruded corn increased protein content and reduced fat content in the carcass.
Effect of the ration processing on the apparent digestibility values of nutrients for the piau (Leporinus elongatus)
Logato, Priscila Vieira Rosa;Albernaz, Norka da Silva;Ribeiro, Paula Adriane Perez;Freitas, Rilke Tadeu Fonseca de;Fialho, Elias Tadeu;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542009000300032
Abstract: the experiment carried out at national center for research in tropical fish pirassununga, sp, aiming to determine the effect of the ration processing on the apparent digestibility coefficients of the ingredients for the piau (l. elongatus). a total of 600 males of piau were utilized, allotted into six ponds of 300l. the applied treatments were: grinder processed ration, pelleting ration and extruded ration, utilizing rations with 32% crude protein and 3400 kcal de.kg-1. the experiment was in a randomized blocks design with three treatments, three blocks and two replicates. the data were submitted to variance analysis by the saeg computational package and the means of the treatments compared by snk test (5% of significance). the results showed that there were significant differences among the digestibility coefficients of both protein and energy for the pelleted and extrused rations (p<0.05). the results showed no statistical differences for the apparent digestibility coefficient of the dry matter (p>0.05).
Perfil lipídico e composi o química de tilápias nilóticas em diferentes condi es de cultivo Lipid profile and chemical composition of Nile tilapia under different raising conditions
Paula Adriane Perez Ribeiro,Priscila Vieira e Rosa,Jodnes Sobreira Vieira,Ant?nio Carlos Silveira Gon?alves
Revista Brasileira de Saúde e Produ??o Animal , 2011,
Abstract: Objetivou-se com este trabalho avaliar o perfil lipídico e a composi o química dos filés de tilápia nilótica (Oreochromis niloticus) mantida em três condi es de cultivo, por um período de 120 dias. Foram utilizados 2075 machos sexados de tilápia, distribuídos em dois tanques de terra e um tanque de alvenaria. Os tratamentos aplicados foram: dieta base em tanque de alvenaria; dieta base em tanque de terra e alimenta o natural por meio de fertiliza o química e organica em tanque de terra. O delineamento experimental foi inteiramente casualizado, com três tratamentos e dez repeti es. Os parametros avaliados foram: identifica o do plancton, perfil de ácidos graxos e teores de umidade, proteína bruta, extrato etéreo e cinzas dos filés. Os dados obtidos foram submetidos à análise de variancia e as médias dos tratamentos foram comparadas pelo teste de Tukey (5% de significancia). Foram encontrados cinco gêneros distintos de zooplancton e quatro gêneros de fitoplancton predominantes. Os resultados demonstraram n o haver diferen a estatística para o teor de umidade e cinzas dos filés. Porém, os animais mantidos no sistema fertilizado apresentaram filés com maior teor de proteína bruta e menor teor lipídico, além de uma melhor rela o mega-3/ mega-6, com maiores quantidades de DHA (ácido graxo docosahexaenóico). This study aimed to evaluate the lipid profile and the chemical composition of the fillets of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) maintained under three raising conditions, for a period of 120 days. A total of 2075 sexed males of tilapia were utilized, allotted into two ponds and one alvenaria pond. The applied treatments were: feeding with a basal diet in the alvenaria pond; feeding with the basal diet in the earthen pond and natural feeding through chemical and organic fertilization. The experimental design was in a completely randomized design, with three treatments and ten replicates. The evaluated parameters were: identification of plankton, profile of fatty acids and contents of moisture, crude protein, etereo extract and ashes of the fillets. The data were subjected to analysis of variance and the means of the treatments were evaluated by Tukey′s test (5% of significance). A total of five predominant distinct genera of zooplankton and four genera of phytoplankton were found. The results shown any statistical differences for the moisture and ashes contents of the fillets over all treatments tested. Therefore only the animals raised under the fertilization system shown increased crude protein content and decreased lipid content. The fatty aci
Efeito do uso de óleo na dieta sobre a lipogênese e o perfil lipídico de tilápias-do-nilo
Ribeiro, Paula Adriane Perez;Logato, Priscila Vieira Rosa;Paula, Daniella Aparecida de Jesús;Costa, Adriano Carvalho;Murgas, Luis David Solis;Freitas, Rilke Tadeu Fonseca de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982008000800001
Abstract: a total of 35 males of nile tilapia, averaging initial weight of 205 g, were maintained in five 250 l metabolism boxes to evaluate the lipid metabolism of nile tilapias (oreochromis niloticus). the experiment lasted 30 days, from october to november 2006. the treatments were: control diet plus olive oil; control diet plus corn oil; control diet plus soybean oil; control diet plus linseed oil; control diet plus fish oil. the experiment was in a completely randomized design with five treatments and seven replicates. the evaluated parameters were: fatty acid profile of the muscle tissue and hepatic activity of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (g6pd) and malic enzyme (me). the data were submitted to variance analysis and the means of the treatments were compared by scott-knott's test (5% of significance). the fish fed on a diet rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids presented increased contents of such fat acids in their lipid muscle composition. the hepatic activity of g6pd was superior to that of me, being higher in the specimen fed rations containing olive, corn and soybean oil, thus, evidencing the highest lipid muscle deposition of these fish.
Performance and stress resistance of Nile tilapias fed different crude protein levels
Luz, Ronald Kennedy;Ribeiro, Paula Adriane Perez;Ikeda, Aline Leite;Santos, André Eduardo Heringer;Melillo Filho, Reinaldo;Turra, Eduardo Maldonado;Teixeira, Edgar de Alencar;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982012000200031
Abstract: the objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of different levels of diet crude protein on the performance and stress resistance rate (re) of oreochromis niloticus larvae and fingerlings. in the first experiment, 5, 15 and 25 day-old animals were submitted to 1, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 minutes of air exposure on a sieve. in the second experiment, tilapia larvae were fed with 32, 40 and 55% crude protein (cp) diets. animals after 15 and 30 days of feeding (21 and 36 days of life, respectively) were submitted to the air exposure test for 7 and 10 minutes. re was estimated based on survival 24 hours after the tests. in the first experiment, it was observed that 5-day-old animals were more resistant than animals with 10 and 20 days of feeding (15 and 25 days of life, respectively), when re starts to decrease for longer than 7 minutes. in the second experiment, the different diets affected survival, performance and re, and, in general, the worst results observed were the ones for the animals which received the 55% cp diet. the air exposure tests were efficient to evaluate the effect of diet on the resistance rate of nile tilapia.
A escrita de diários na forma??o docente
Souza, Ana Paula Gestoso de;Carneiro, Reginaldo Fernando;Perez, Silvia Maria;Oliveira, Evaldo Ribeiro;Reali, Aline Maria de Medeiros Rodrigues;Oliveira, Rosa Maria Moraes Anunciato de;
Educa??o em Revista , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-46982012000100009
Abstract: this article investigated the contribution that keeping a diary, made to pedagogy students who had already attended a course with a supervised teaching stage, in which one of the activities involved the development of field diaries. data was collected from questionnaires with open questions. data analysis showed that the students recorded the events in the diary shortly after the supervised lesson/teaching period and that they produced a detailed description of the facts/events. for most students, keeping a diary allowed them to reflect on the practice (of other students) they observed, and on their own practice, while also assisting their memory of events and permitting some detachment from their experiences, thereby allowing a more profound analysis of what took place. moreover, it provided evidence of the importance of the supervisor offering feedback, written or oral, and also the importance of referring to theoretical literature while reflecting on one's teaching.
Estado de Minas: do jornalismo literário à escrita técnica
Adriane Vidal Costa,Ewerton Martins Ribeiro
Conex?o : Comunica??o e Cultura , 2009,
Abstract: Neste artigo, analisa-se o processo pelo qual o jornalismo impresso diário praticado no jornal Estado de Minas se afastou gradativamente do discurso literário entre as décadas de 20 e 60 do século XX, mais especificamente, desde a funda o desse periódico, em 1928, até a instaura o do Golpe Militar em 1964. O estudo colabora para a compreens o do porquê e de como esse afastamento se deu: de forma n o linear, mas sempre crescente em uma macroanálise. Para a pesquisa, foram selecionados e analisados, em amostra, sob o aporte teórico da análise do discurso, oito exemplares do periódico, respeitando o recorte de tempo especificado.
The Effects of Different Titanium Surfaces on the Behaviour of Osteoblast-Like Cells  [PDF]
Fabiano Ribeiro Cirano, Adriane Yaeko Togashi, Márcia Martins Marques, Francisco Emílio Pustiglioni, Luiz Ant?nio Pugliesi Alves Lima
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2015.86036
Abstract: This study investigated the influence of different titanium surfaces on the differentiation of rat osteoblast-like cells (osteo-1). Osteo-1 cells were cultured on the following titanium surfaces: 1) pretreated, smooth surface (PT); 2) sandblasted and acid etched surface (SLA); and 3) sandblasted and acid-etched surface rinsed under nitrogen protection to prevent exposure to air and preserved in isotonic saline solution (modSLA). Cell metabolism, total protein content, collagen content and alkaline phosphatase (AP) activity and the formation of calcified nodules were analyzed. The titanium surface did not influence cell metabolism, total protein content and collagen content. The SLA surface influenced cell differentiation, with the observation of a significant reduction of AP activity and formation of calcified nodules after 21 days compared to the PT surface. No difference was observed between the PT and modSLA surfaces. All titanium surfaces tested permitted the full expression of the osteoblast phenotype by osteo-1 cells, including matrix mineralization.
Maxillofacial sarcomas: a ugandan epidemiological survey  [PDF]
Kamulegeya Adriane
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2011.12009
Abstract: We reviewed the case notes of 203 patients who were treated for sarcomas of the oral and maxillofacial region over a period of 5 years. There were 98 male cases (mean age 31.4 ± 12.8 years) and 105 female cases (mean age 29.3 ± 10.4). Kaposi’s sarcoma accounted for 82.8% cases, and rhabdomyosarcoma 6.9% followed by osteosarcoma and chondrosarcoma at 2.5% each. Except for Kaposi’s sarcoma, surgery in combination with radiotherapy and/or chemothe- rapy was the main stay of treatment. Survival data was not available for most of our patients.
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