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Importancia da biomecanica para o professor de Educa o Física: observando uma brincadeira infantil
Ivan Silveira de Avelar,Regina Queiroz Silva,Taissa Ramalho Adriano,Marcus Fraga Vieira
Pensar a Prática , 2006, DOI: 19806183/rpp.v3i0.34
Abstract: O presente estudo busca tra ar uma rela o entre a biomecanica e a matura o do sistema nervoso, destacando a grande importancia da primeira na educa o física e na compreens o de alguns fen menos físicos que ocorrem no corpo humano em tarefas infantis. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Aprendizagem motora, desenvolvimento infantil, biomecanica The aim of this paper is to show the relation between biomechanics and the maturation of the nervous system, in order to emphasize the great importance of the former in physical education and to understand some physical phenomenon happening in human body during infantile tasks. KEY WORDS: Motive learning, infantile development, biomechanics
Genetic Parameters Estimates Associated to Conversion of Nicotine to Nornicotine in Burley Tobacco  [PDF]
Bruna Line Carvalho, Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho, Carlos Eduardo Pulcinelli, Adriano Teodoro Bruzi
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.521353
Abstract: Nicotine represents the predominant alkaloid in cultivated tobacco. In burley varieties, during senescence and curing of leaves, nicotine can be converted to nornicotine, which is highly undesirable because of its relationship with the tobacco specific nitrosamines formation. Thus, an alternative for producing varieties with low or null nornicotine content would be to select plants or progenies for traits related to nicotine conversion. Therefore, understanding genetic control and inheritance underlying this process is important to chooseappropriate strategies in breeding programs. Two contrasting inbred lines for nicotine conversion to nornicotine, TN 90 and BY 37, have been crossed to obtain the segregating generations (F2 and BCs). Genetic parameters of mean and variance, as well as the average degree of dominance and heritability were estimated. It has been found that nicotine conversion has predominantly additive effects, and in addition, narrow sense heritabilities at the individual level were higher than 65%. Both are desirable conditions for conducting a selection program of burley tobacco aiming at development of inbred lines associating yield and other traits with low or null nicotine conversion.
Quality Perception Evaluation: A Case Study of a Private Bank Branch in Campina Grande, PB  [PDF]
Allan Carlos Alves, ?ngela Maria Cavalcanti Ramalho, Sandra Sereide Ferreira da Silva, Cicero de Sousa Lacerda, Juaceli Araújo Lima, Fabio Adriano Pereira da Silva
iBusiness (IB) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2015.72011
Abstract: Marketing can be understood as the instrument used by companies to determine the needs of its customers and to create mechanisms in order to supply such needs and bring the company better chances of success. The financial sector in Brazil often involves great challenges; thus as to survive and grow in marketing it is necessary to implement some actions that enable greater proximity between companies and customers; to understand their needs and to be more flexible in order to offer more quality, individually. Currently, there is no significant differential used by the companies on their products and services, and therefore, it is necessary to create marketing strategies so as to achieve and maintain market share. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to evaluate the perception of quality in the services provided by a bank, located in Campina Grande, Paraíba, Brazil. Regarding the methodological aspects, this study is characterized as exploratory and descriptive, being a case study, with a quantitative analysis approach. The findings revealed that the agency still falls short in many criteria that concern its customers. Consequently, it is necessary that the company improves its employees’ qualification, starts to listen and respond to customers’ suggestions, and also has some flexibility in its services. Therefore, the agency should review the points that should be improved in order to prevent their customers to seek for services provided by other agencies that offer quality services.
Envolvimento de agricultores no processo seletivo de novas linhagens de feijoeiro
Sena, Marcus Reis;Abreu, ?ngela de Fátima Barbosa;Ramalho, Magno Antonio Patto;Bruzi, Adriano Teodoro;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542008000200010
Abstract: this work had the objective of involving the farmers in the selection of new common bean inbred lines. ten experiments were carried out to evaluate nine inbreed lines and the commercial cultivar brsmg talism? in farm conditions of traditional common bean producers. the experimental design was a randomized complete blocks with three replications with plots of 10 rows of 5m each. angular leaf spot severity and yield were evaluated and it was required from farmers to evaluate about the grain type. inbred line op-s-30 presented the highest mean grain yield in all environments, angular leaf spot tolerance and grain type with good acceptance according to the farmers. besides the two inbred lines op-s-16 and op-s-80 presented higher performance. the results reinforced that the farmers and breeders really have very common objectives in relation to the desirable phenotypes for a common bean cultivar in the region.
Desempenho de familias do cruzamento entre linhagens de feij?es andinos e mesoamericanos em produtividade e resistência a Phaeoisariopsis griseola
Bruzi, Adriano Teodoro;Ramalho, Magno Antonio Patto;Abreu, ?ngela de Fátima Barbosa;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000300008
Abstract: in some regions of minas gerais state, prevalent physiological races of phaeoisariopsis griseola (sacc.) ferr. infect mainly cultivars of mesoamerican origin, but the andean cultivars are resistant. the introduction of alleles for resistance of andean cultivars in mesoamerican cultivars is a good strategy to obtain adapted cultivars with resistance to this disease. with this purpose, the cross between esal 550 (andean group and resistant to angular leaf spot) and carioca-mg (mesoamerican group and susceptible to angular leaf spot) was performed. after evaluation of the segregant families in generations f2:3, f2:4 and f2:5, some lines with high resistance to p. griseola and grain type far from market standard were identified.
Homeostasis of common bean populations with different genetic structures
Adriano Teodoro Bruzi,Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho,?ngela de Fátima Barbosa Abreu,Daniel Furtado Ferreira
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2007,
Abstract: Eight lines of common bean, a mixture in equal proportions (MP) and the F2 generation of the multiple hybrids(MH) between them were analyzed to verify whether they differ in homeostasis and phenotypic plasticity. The experiments wereconducted in 20 environments (seasons and locations) from November 2004 to December 2005, in Alto Paranaíba and thesouth of Minas Gerais state. Based on the mean yield of the environments the stability was evaluated by the ecovalence values(Wi2). To estimate the repeatability of the stability parameters the 20 environments were separated in two groups of 10,simulating 1000 possibilities. The MH and MP were the most stable. Nevertheless, high stability was also identified in somepure lines. The repeatability of mean grain yield (rk2=0.73) was higher than Wi2 (rk2=0.18). The chances of success of selectionfor the smallest contribution to the G x E interaction are small.
Dry matter accumulation in genotypes of bean submitted to different levels of nitrogen
Araújo, Juliano Ribeiro;Ramalho, Magno Antonio Patto;Bruzi, Adriano Teodoro;Abreu, ?ngela de Fátima Barbosa;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542009000400007
Abstract: the objective of this study was to verify the response of dry matter accumulation in bean lines (phaseolus vulgaris l.) to different levels of nitrogen fertilizers. six genotypes ('brsmg majestoso', 'pérola', ma-i-18.13, 'ouro negro', 'brsmg talism?', and ma-i-2.5) were evaluated in lavras, testing three n levels (0, 60, and 120 kg/ha) and using ammonium sulphate as n source. the experimental design adopted was the randomized block design in a 6 x 3 factorial structure with three replications and the plots were composed of five 5-m rows. the seeds were sown in november 2005 and july 2006. total dry mass of five competitive plants was evaluated after 35 days from sowing, harvested from a pre-determined place in the useful area of the plots. this process was repeated every ten days until the harvest. the grain yield was also evaluated in one of the rows of the useful area of the plots. it was observed that regarding the dry mass accumulation, the genotypes did not present different responses at the n levels and the average increase per kg/ha applied n was 6.75 kg/ha grains. the genotype brsmg majestoso is the most responsive, with 14.4 kg/ha grains per kg applied n whereas the most tolerant is the ma-i-2.5 with1.8 kg/ha grains per kg n.
Strategies for recommendation of common bean lines tested for value of cultivation and use in different environments
Ranoel José de Sousa Gon?alves,?ngela de Fátima Barbosa Abreu,Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho,Adriano Teodoro Bruzi
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to develop strategies for the recommendation of common bean cultivars testedin VCU trials with regard to the performance of lines with different growth habits, at different fertilizer rates and sowingdensities. It was found that the grain yield of lines is more affected by variations in fertilizer rates than of the sowing density;the response of the lines to higher planting density and fertilizer rate varies with the environment of evaluation and does notdepend on the growth habit, the interactions between fertilizer rates and sowing densities were significant, demonstrating theimportance of VCU trials with different fertilizer rates and sowing densities.
Time-integrated North Atlantic Oscillation as a proxy for climatic change  [PDF]
Adriano Mazzarella
Natural Science (NS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2013.51A023
Abstract:

The time-integrated yearly values of North Atlantic Oscillation (INAO) are found to be well correlated to the sea surface temperature. The results give the feasibility of using INAO as a good proxy for climate change and contribute to a more complete picture of the full range of variability inherent in the climate system. Moreover, the extrapolation in the future of the well identified 65-year harmonic in INAO suggests a gradual decline in global warming starting from 2005.

Short note on a Pteranodontoid pterosaur (Pterodactyloidea) from western Queensland, Australia
Kellner, Alexander W.A.;Rodrigues, Taissa;Costa, Fabiana R.;
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0001-37652011000100018
Abstract: flying reptiles from australia are very rare, represented mostly by isolated bones coming from the early cretaceous (albian) toolebuc formation, which crops out in western queensland. among the first pterosaur specimens discovered from this deposit is a mandibular symphysis that some authors thought to have a particular affinity to species found in the cambridge greensand (cenomanian) of england. it was further referred as a member of or closely related to one of the genera ornithocheirus, lonchodectes or anhanguera. here we redescribe this specimen, showing that it cannot be referred to the aforementioned genera, but represents a new species of pteranodontoid (sensu kellner 2003), here named aussiedraco molnari gen. et sp. nov. it is the second named pterosaur from australia and confirms that the toolebuc deposits are so far the most important for our understanding of the flying reptile fauna of this country.
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