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Express?o da emo??o por meio do desenho de uma crian?a hospitalizada
Souza, Simone Vieira de;Camargo, Denise de;Bulgacov, Yara Lucia M.;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722003000100013
Abstract: the purpose of this paper is to report the experience of a case study of a kindergarten level hospitalized child. the center of interest in this study is the expression of emotion through the drawings performed by a child in psychotherapy sessions. drawing is considered an expressive activity. these drawings, in addition to the speech, are analyzed based on the cultural-historic concept. the results showed that drawings are one of the means a child uses to express emotions.
Express o da emo o por meio do desenho de uma crian a hospitalizada
Souza Simone Vieira de,Camargo Denise de,Bulgacov Yara Lucia M.
Psicologia em Estudo , 2003,
Abstract: O que desejamos com este trabalho é relatar a experiência de um estudo de caso de uma crian a em idade pré-escolar hospitalizada. O foco do estudo é a express o da emo o por meio de desenhos realizados pela crian a em sess es de psicoterapia. Considera-se o desenho como uma atividade expressiva. Os desenhos acompanhados da fala s o analisados à luz da teoria histórico-cultural. Os resultados evidenciaram ser o desenho um dos meios utilizados pela crian a para expressar sua vivênciaemocional.
Teste de condutividade elétrica em sementes de soja armazenadas sob diferentes temperaturas
Fessel, Simone Aparecida;Panobianco, Maristela;Souza, Camila Ribeiro de;Vieira, Roberval Daiton;
Bragantia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0006-87052010000100026
Abstract: there are some results showing that the electrical conductivity test can be influenced by low temperature of seed storage, such as 10 oc. this work was carried out in order to study the effect of temperature and period of storage on electrical conductivity and chemical composition of the imbibing solution of soybean seeds. for that, seed water content, germination, vigor (accelerated aging, cold test and electrical conductivity), and chemical composition (k+, ca2+ and mg2+) of the imbibing solution were determined. two soybean seed lots of cultivar ft-20 with high and low vigor were used. the evaluations were performed at every three months intervals, during 15 months. both temperature and storage period influenced seed vigor, as well as the ions leakage. it can be concluded that the electrical conductivity test is not suitable to evaluate vigor of soybean seeds stored at low temperature, and potassium is the major ion leakage regardless of the storage temperature.
Caracteriza??o química de sementes e tortas de pinh?o-manso, nabo-forrageiro e crambe
Souza, Anderson Dias Vieira de;Fávaro, Simone Palma;ítavo, Luis Carlos Vinhas;Roscoe, Renato;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2009001000017
Abstract: the objective of this work was to chemically characterize the seeds and presscakes of physic nut (jatropha curcas), radish (raphanus sativus) and crambe (crambe abyssinica) after extracting the oil with a mechanical press. whole seeds of these species were subjected to double cold pressing to extract the oil, or main product, and the presscake, or coproduct. the seeds and presscakes were evaluated regarding proximate composition and mineral profile. the lipid contents in the presscakes were lower when compared to the values presented in previous works, which characterizes good extraction efficiency and versatility of the employed press. fibers are the most abundant component of physic nut presscakes, and comprise about 1/3 of their total composition. protein is the largest fraction in radish presscakes, and crambe presents balanced fiber and protein contents. the presscakes are rich in potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, manganese, iron, zinc and boron.
Identifica??o de micobactérias n?o tuberculosas isoladas de sítios estéreis em pacientes em um hospital universitário na cidade do Rio de Janeiro
Senna, Simone Gon?alves;Marsico, Ana Grazia;Vieira, Gisele Betzler de Oliveira;Sobral, Luciana Fonseca;Suffys, Philip Noel;Fonseca, Leila de Souza;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132011000400015
Abstract: objective: to identify nontuberculous mycobacteria (ntm) isolated from sterile sites in patients hospitalized between 2001 and 2006 at the clementino fraga filho university hospital, located in the city of rio de janeiro, brazil. methods: during the study period, 34 ntm isolates from sterile sites of 14 patients, most of whom were hiv-positive, were submitted to phenotypic identification and hsp65 pcr-restriction enzyme analysis (pra). results: most isolates were identified as mycobacterium avium, followed by m. monacense, m. kansasii, and m. abscessus. conclusions: the combination of pra, a relatively simple and inexpensive method, with the evaluation of a few phenotypic characteristics can allow ntm to be accurately identified in the routine of clinical laboratories.
Produ??o de biomassa de calendula officinalis l. adubada com fósforo e cama-de-frango
Barboza, Valdenise Carbonari;Vieira, Maria do Carmo;Zárate, Antonio Heredia;Botega, Simone Priscila;Padilha, Neriane de Souza;Paes, Caroline Leite;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542009000200018
Abstract: the aim of this work was to evaluate the influence of phosphorus and semi-decomposed chicken manure on capitula yield of calendula officinalis l. the studied factors were five doses of phosphorus (4.3, 25.8, 43.0, 60.2, and 81.7 kg ha-1 p2o5) in the triple super phosphate form and five doses of semi-decomposed chicken manure (1000, 6000, 10000, 14000, and 19000 kg ha-1). the plan puebla experimental matrix was used to combine phosphors and chicken manure, which resulted in nine treatments, viz. 25.8 + 6000, 60.2 + 6000, 25.8 + 14000, 60.2 + 14000, 43.0 + 10000, 4.3 + 6000, 81.7 + 14000, 25.8 + 1000, and 60.2 + 19000 (first figure representing kg ha-1p; second figure, kg ha-1chicken manure) in randomized block design with four replications. final average heights of plants at 120 days were about 60.0 cm, independently of the treatments. maximum yield of pot marigold capitula was 9755.16 x 103 ha-1, which was obtained with the use of 49.15 kg ha-1 p2o5 associated to 13401.10 kg ha-1 chicken manure. the highest yield (11058.89 kg ha-1)of fresh biomass of pot marigold capitula was obtained with 49.98 kg ha-1 p2o5 and 13266.59 kg ha-1 chicken manure. maximum yields of dried mass of capitula (2227.61 kg ha-1) were obtained with 39.62 kg ha-1 p2o5 and 8109.75 kg ha-1 chicken manure. it was concluded that to obtain the greatest dried mass yield of capitula, which constituent the most important commercial product of pot marigold, the plant must be cultivated using fertilization with h" 40 kg ha-1 p2o5 and h" 8000 kg ha-1 chicken manure.
Caracteriza??o da saúde de trabalhadores florestais envolvidos na extra??o de madeira em regi?es montanhosas
Silva, Emilia Pio da;Minette, Luciano José;Souza, Amaury Paulo de;Baêta, Fernando da Costa;Fernandes, Harldo Carlos;Mafra, Simone Caldas Tavares;Vieira, Horjana Aparecida Navarro Fernandes;
Revista árvore , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622009000600019
Abstract: this study aimed to characterize the health of workers involved in the forest for the extraction of wood in the mountainous regions. the study was conducted in a forestry company, located in the forestry district of vale do rio doce, where 100% of the workers participated in the analysis. to characterize the health of the workers, a structured questionnaire in the form of interview was used, based on the pnad (national survey by household sample). the results showed that the activities of forest extraction have caused negative impacts on the health of workers, since 66% of workers declared to feel pain in some part of the body, 79% reported to have some dental problem, 86% said that they are exposed to factors that damage their health, 20% reported to present some disturbances of sleep, 9% did not have access to sanitation and 29% had experienced accidents at workplace. at the end of this study, we can conclude that forest workers are exposed to situations of life and work that do not contribute to the promotion and maintenance of their health.
Anatomical and Topographical Description of the Digestive System of Caiman crocodilus (Linnaeus 1758), Melanosuchus niger (Spix 1825) and Paleosuchus palpebrosus (Cuvier 1807)
Rom?o,Mariluce Ferreira; Santos,André Luiz Quagliatto; Lima,Fabiano Campos; De Simone,Simone Salgueiro; Silva,Juliana Macedo Magnino; Hirano,Líria Queiroz; Vieira,Lucélia Gon?alves; Pinto,José Guilherme Souza;
International Journal of Morphology , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022011000100016
Abstract: this paper describes the digestive system of caiman crocodilus, melanosuchus niger and paleosuchus palpebrosus based on anatomical and topographical inferences. the study involves two digestive systems of c. crocodilus, one of m. niger and one of p. palpebrosus, already fixed in 10% formaldehyde, belonging to the collection of the wild animal research laboratory (lapas) of the federal university of uberlandia. the work begins with a description of the digestive system of the aforementioned crocodilians, followed by topographical associations, aided by photographs taken with a sony? dsc-h20 camera, x-rays of the gastrointestinal tract and a photograph of the digestive system of c. crocodilus prior to formaldehyding, which also belong to the lapas collection. the results indicate that the digestive system of crocodilians consists of a wide mouth, short pharynx, long straight esophagus, dilated stomach in relation to the rest of the tract, pancreas lodged between the first two ventral duodenal loops, coiled small intestine, large intestine with diameter larger than the preceding segments, and cloaca as the terminal portion of the digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. the anatomical and topographical description of the digestive system of c. crocodilus (linnaeus, 1758) (crocodylia: alligatoridae), m. niger (spix, 1825) (crocodylia: alligatoridae) and p. palpebrosus (cuvier, 1807) (crocodylia: alligatoridae) can be extended to the other crocodilians due to interspecies and intraspecific behavioral similarities.
Relationship between the Porcine Stress Syndrome gene and carcass and performance traits in F2 pigs resulting from divergent crosses
Band, Guilherme de Oliveira;Guimar?es, Simone Eliza Facioni;Lopes, Paulo Sávio;Peixoto, Jane de Oliveira;Faria, Danielle Assis;Pires, Aldrin Vieira;Figueiredo, Frederico de Castro;Nascimento, Carlos Souza do;Gomide, Lúcio Alberto de Miranda;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572005000100016
Abstract: the pss genotypes of 596 f2 pigs produced by initial mating of brazilian native boars commercial sows and were characterized by pcr-rflp and their carcass and performance traits were evaluated. among the 596 animals analyzed, 493 (82.72%) were characterized as nn and 103 (17.28%) as nn. with respect to carcass traits, nn animals presented higher (p < 0.05) right half carcass weight, left half carcass weight, loin depth and loin eye area, and lower shoulder backfat thickness, backfat thickness between last and next to last but one lumbar vertebrae and backfat thickness after last rib at 6.5 cm from the midline compared to nn animals. nn animals also showed (p < 0.05) higher values for most of the cut yields, indicating higher cutting yields for animals carrying the n allele and lower values for bacon depth, confirming lower fat deposition in carcass. in addition, nn animals presented (p < 0.05) lower values for the performance trait weight at 105 days of age. these results indicate that animals carrying the pss gene generate leaner carcasses, higher cut yields, and that the effects of the gene can be observed even in divergent crosses.
Thermal properties of defatted meal, concentrate, and protein isolate of baru nuts (Dipteryx alata Vog.)
Guimar?es, Rita de Cássia Avellaneda;Favaro, Simone Palma;Souza, Anderson Dias Vieira de;Soares, Cláudia Muniz;Nunes, ?ngela Alves;Oliveira, Lincoln Carlos Silva de;Honer, Michael Robin;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612012005000031
Abstract: baru (dipteryx alata vog.), a species of legume found in the brazilian savannas, was investigated in this study for the composition of its flesh and seed. thermal analyses, thermogravimetry (tg), and differential scanning calorimetry (dsc) were used to investigate the proteins in defatted meal, concentrate, and protein isolate. the protein concentrate was extracted at ph 10, followed by a precipitation at the isoelectric point to obtain the isolate that was spray dried. the thermogravimetric curves were obtained under a nitrogen atmosphere with a 100 ml/minutes flow. the initial, final and peak temperatures and mass loss were analyzed. within the performed temperature ranges studied, the defatted meal and concentrate presented four steps of mass loss, while the isolate showed only two steps. the protein content of defatted meal from baru nuts was higher than that of the isolate. on the other hand, there was a reduction in enthalpy, which suggests that the process applied to obtain the baru concentrate and isolate led to protein denaturation.
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