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Tatiane Dalpério Toninato
Nuances : Estudos sobre Educa??o , 2011,
Sele??o de microhabitat por larvas de formiga-le?o Myrmeleon brasiliensis (Návas) (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae), em uma Reserva Florestal, Aquidauana, MS
Lima, Tatiane do N.;Faria, Rogério R.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2007000500026
Abstract: the relative abundance, density, distribution pattern and relation among pit diameter and larvae body size of myrmeleon brasiliensis návas were evaluated in two microhabitats: sheltered and exposed. the total of 282 pits were found in sheltered microhabitat and only 50 in the exposed. the density of m. brasiliensis was between one and 43 individuals per m2. the distribution pattern of larvae tended from pooled to regular distribution as the density increased. in both microhabitats the larvae body size was positively correlated with pit diameter.
The Knowledge and Participation of the Father in Breast Feeding, Salvador, Brazil  [PDF]
Fernanda Tourinho Lima, Andréa Canário Santana, Gilton Marques dos Santos, Tatiane Falc?o dos S. Albergaria, Luciana Rodrigues Silva
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2016.610072
Abstract: The most fundamental influence in the breastfeeding process is the fathers support. The mother feels safer in breastfeeding when she has her partners support and a more active and effective participation. This study aimed at evaluating the fathers knowledge about breastfeeding in a quantitative approach through a transversal cohort study, interviewing 78 fathers in a public maternity in Salvador. The average age of the interviewees was 29.9 years and 53.8% had an incomplete fundamental schooling. Regarding knowledge of the subject, 10.3% believed that breastfeeding can be substituted. All fathers interviewed answered that they support breastfeeding for their children and believe in its benefits; 39.7% reported that their opinion could interfere their partners decision to prolong the process. Moreover, 69.2% of the males attended their partners antenatal meetings, and of these, over a third had no intervention on the subject. Of all the participants, 80.8% confirmed that they had participated in the breastfeeding process and emphasized their gratification during this phase. About the paternal opinion, 39.7% believed that there is a degree of influence over the partners decision to breastfeed, and for that reason 50% told the mother their opinion. The study widened the knowledge about the role of the
Pneumotórax hipertensivo na sala de recupera??o pós-anestésica: relato de caso
Mega, Ana Claudia Chiaratti;Encinas, José Mário Mangaravite;Blanco, Natasha Pinheiro;Martins, Tatiane Mury;
Revista Brasileira de Anestesiologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-70942004000500010
Abstract: background and objectives: the incidence of pneumothorax after penetrating chest trauma is 100%. tension pneumothorax, a high mortality rate condition, may be triggered, among other causes, by pulmonary injury not previously identified, and may also be associated to mechanical ventilation. this report presents a case of tension pneumothorax diagnosed in the post-anesthetic care unit (pacu). case report: a 34-year-old black male patient, physical status asa i e, victim of gunshot wound was submitted to explorative laparotomy and right femoral artery and vein exploration under general balanced anesthesia with rapid sequence induction. the patient kept hemodynamically stable throughout the procedure. however, in the pacu patient presented hemodynamic instability with respiratory failure, sweating, tachycardia and hypertension. chest ct-scan revealed right hemopneumothorax, which was immediately drained. patient was then transferred to the intensive care unit, where he progressively improved to be discharged from the hospital 22 days later, without sequelae. conclusions: tension pneumothorax is a fatal condition which may be easily identified through clinical and radiological evaluations. it should be always suspected in the presence of chest trauma and, in this case, immediate chest drainage should be performed prior to mechanical ventilation or any surgical procedure.
Características da atmosfera superior, a partir de dados de alta resolu??o obtidos à superfície
Souza, Enio P.;Leit?o,rio M. V. B. R.;Barbosa, Tatiane F.;
Revista Brasileira de Engenharia Agrícola e Ambiental , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-43662001000300016
Abstract: some parameters of the upper atmosphere are calculated from high-resolution surface data collected in the city of campina grande, pb. by verifying ten-minute mean values of temperature, moisture and radiation budget, it is possible to have an idea, in this time resolution, of parameters like: cloud cover effects, cloud base height, convective available potential energy and convection inhibition energy. it is shown how the evolution of these parameters can be used as a meteorological analysis tool. the presence of clouds changes the values of the parameters that can be estimated from surface data.
A evolu o do consumo de alimentos na China e seus efeitos sobre as exporta es agrícolas brasileiras The evolution of food consumption in China and its effects on the Brazilian agricultural exports
Daniela Tatiane dos Santos,rio Otávio Batalha,Marcelo Pinho
Revista de Economia Contemporanea , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1415-98482012000200008
Abstract: Este artigo tem o intuito de avaliar as mudan as no consumo de alimentos na China e seu impacto sobre as exporta es agroindustriais brasileiras. O crescimento econ mico chinês provocou nas últimas décadas importantes mudan as na estrutura mundial da demanda por alimentos. Em decorrência dessas transforma es, ocorreram importantes aumentos das exporta es brasileiras de origem agrícola para a China. As análises apresentadas no trabalho baseiam-se na sistematiza o de informa es sobre o consumo disponíveis no site da Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) e sobre o comércio exterior do Brasil fornecidas pela Secretaria de Comércio Exterior (SECEX) e pelo Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento (MAPA). Dentre os resultados encontrados, podem ser destacadas a redu o já observada do dinamismo em muitos dos mercados de alimentos na China, a baixa penetra o das importa es nos mercados chineses de alimentos para uso humano e a forte concentra o das exporta es agroindustriais brasileiras para o país em um número pequeno de cadeias produtivas. This paper analyzes the changes in food consumption in China and its impact on Brazilian agribusiness exports. Chinese economic growth in recent decades has caused major structural changes in world demand for food and huge increases in Brazilian exports of agricultural origin to China. The analysis is based on consumption information made available by FAO and the foreign trade of Brazil provided by SECEX. We have analyzed the data on Chinese consumption of most food products and by contrasting them with the path of consumption in richer countries, searched for evidences of market saturation. The main findings are: (i) evidences of declining growth rates in most food markets in China; (ii) for some very important foodstuffs, the achievement of consumption levels close to the Japanese and Korean standards; (iii) low penetration of imports in the Chinese markets of final food products for human use; and (iv) high concentration of Brazilian agribusiness exports to the country in a small number of productive chains.
Health, Physical Activity and the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games: Legacy or Fallacy?  [PDF]
Vagner Rosa Bizarro, Tatiane Andreazza Lucchese, Amanda Maia Breis, Karine Rucker, Minelli Salles Alves Fernandes, Mikele Torino Paletti, Ana Luísa Concei??o de Jesus, Raphael Calafange Marques Pereira, Denise Rosso Tenório Wanderley Rocha, Alberto Krayyem Arbex
Health (Health) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/health.2016.81002
Abstract: It is generally expected that the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games will bring health and social benefits to their host city and to Brazil. This assumption comes from “common sense”, as a logical conclusion arising from the fact that host cities “inspire” and stimulate lifestyle changes. Benefits are also expected on tourism, self-image, architecture and the economy of the country as a whole. But are these expectations real and evidence-based? What parts of these “facts” are concrete and which ones are not? This paper suggests available ways of quantifying positive effects of hosting an Olympic Game, and puts the focus of this approach on the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games and their true legacy, seeking scientific certainties.
Diabetes, Obesity and the Nutrition Transition in the Mercosur  [PDF]
Tatiane Andreazza Lucchese, Amanda Maia Breis, Karine Rucker, Vagner Rosa Bizarro, Lis Marina Mesquita Araújo, Alessandre Gomes, Mikele Torino Paletti, Ana Luísa Concei??o de Jesus, Marcella Garcez Duarte, Denise Rosso Tenório Wanderley Rocha, Alberto Krayyem Arbex
Open Journal of Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases (OJEMD) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojemd.2016.61005
Abstract: Diabetes and obesity are major health hazards in Latin America nowadays. Their prevalence hassteadily increased since the eighties. Today, more than 50% of the population are overweight, 15%has obesity and 6% to 15% has diabetes. The nutrition transition is a long-termprocess that brings chronic metabolic diseases as an undesired consequence, whilst ultra processedfoods become increasingly part of daily food choices. These changes bring impacts in all fields of daily life, especially in the economic and legal fields—the “Right to Health”—and regarding autonomy of the individual and their choices, when confronted with an ideal of health and well-being. Governments and citizens struggle to propose new pathways and find effective solutions to control both epidemics and solve these issues. This article poses the evolution of diabetes and obesity in the Mercosur, seeking a better understanding of these chronic, non-communicable diseases, and looking for concrete, effective solutions towards health in South America.
Correction: Spore development and nuclear inheritance in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Julie Marleau, Yolande Dalpé, Marc St-Arnaud, Mohamed Hijri
BMC Evolutionary Biology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-11-97
Abstract: We would like to correct equations of these linear regressions in the text in page 3 as follow:We found a positive linear relation between the number of nuclei in a given spore and its diameter for all AMF taxa: Glomus diaphanum (y = 0.0999x + 41.068, R2 = 0.576), Glomus irregulare (y = 0.0916x + 52.766, R2 = 0.358), Glomus aggregatum (y = 0.1977x + 32.166, R2 = 0.525) and Glomus cerebriforme (y = 0.207x + 40.798, R2 = 0.352). All slopes were statistically significant at p = 0.05.We apologise for any inconvenience that this inaccuracy in presentation of the data used in the article [1] might have caused.
Spore development and nuclear inheritance in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Julie Marleau, Yolande Dalpé, Marc St-Arnaud, Mohamed Hijri
BMC Evolutionary Biology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-11-51
Abstract: We examined the number of nuclei per spore of four AMF taxa using high Z-resolution live confocal microscopy and found that the number of nuclei was correlated with spore diameter. We show that AMF have the ability, through the establishment of new symbioses, to pass hundreds of nuclei to subsequent generations of multinucleated spores. More importantly, we observed surprising heterogeneity in the number of nuclei among sister spores and show that massive nuclear migration and mitosis are the mechanisms by which AMF spores are formed. We followed spore development of Glomus irregulare from hyphal swelling to spore maturity and found that the spores reached mature size within 30 to 60 days, and that the number of nuclei per spores increased over time.We conclude that the spores used for dispersal of AMF contain nuclei with two origins, those that migrate into the spore and those that arise by mitosis in the spore. Therefore, these spores do not represent a stage in the life cycle with a single nucleus, raising the possibility that AMF, unlike all other known eukaryotic organisms, lack the genetic bottleneck of a single-nucleus stage.The Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) are a group of root-inhabiting, symbiotic organisms that are widely distributed geographically and are among the most common soil fungi. AMF form symbioses with the roots of approximately 80% of all vascular plant species [1]. These fungi offer a wide variety of host benefits, the most well-known being an increase of mineral uptake, particularly of phosphorus [2], a better drought tolerance through increased water uptake [3,4] and a higher resistance to root pathogens [2]. Mycorrhizal plants also experience improved nodule function in the case of legumes [5] and better soil structure, due to the ability of the fungi to bind soil particles and decrease soil erosion [6].AMF have existed unchanged morphologically for at least 460 million years, despite lacking sexual reproduction [7]. AMF are coenocytic
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