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Recursos humanos, demasiadamente recursos: uma experiência revisitada
Terezinha Maria Araújo
Psicologia em Revista , 2010,
Catechin and Epicatechin Contents in Wines Obtained from Brazilian Exotic Tropical Fruits  [PDF]
Suyare Araújo Ramalho, Nayjara Carvalho Gualberto, Maria Terezinha Santos Leite Neta, Rejane Andrade Batista, Suzane Macêdo Araújo, Jane de Jesus da Silveira Moreira, Narendra Narain
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.55053

Flavonoids constitute a diverse group of secondary metabolites which are present in both fruits and wines. The contents of some of the most prominent compounds such as catechin and epicatechin are little known in wines prepared from tropical fruits. In this context, this study was aimed to determine catechin and epicatechin contents in wines processed from 7 tropical fruits (cajá-umbu, cashew apple, mangaba, pineapple, siriguela, sugar apple and umbu), by HPLC-DAD system. Moreover the total phenolic compounds content was also determined in these wines and compared to those of the commercial wines obtained from grapes and cashew apple. The wines produced in this work contained higher total phenolic compounds contents when compared to that of the grape wines. The higher values of total phenolic compounds were found in wines elaborated from cajá-umbu (123.4 mg·mL-1 GAE) and from cashew (87.5 mg·mL-1 GAE). However, higher contents of catechin and epicatechin were found in wines obtained from mangaba (14.01 ± 0.37 mg·L-1, 22.66 ± 1.03 mg·L-1), siriguela (9.97 ± 0.28, 4.38

Bulk Density in Jack Bean’s Development Grown in Cerrado Oxisol  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Juliana Terezinha Sasso Paludo, Tonny José Araújo da Silva, Salom?o Lima Guimar?es
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.69134
Abstract: The use of cover plants promotes the recycling of nutrients and the increase in organic mass, and minimizes the effects of erosion. The objective was to evaluate the effect of bulk density in the development of jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis) in Cerrado Oxisol. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse at the Federal University of Mato Grosso, Rondonópolis-MT, in the period from June to September 2013. Oxisol was used from a Cerrado reserve area, collected at 0 - 0.20 m depth. The experimental design was completely randomized, corresponding to bulk density levels (1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.8 Mg·m-3), and five replications. The experimental plot consisted of three PVC rings (polyvinyl chloride) with 150 mm internal diameter, 300 mm total height, where the upper and lower rings of pots were filled with 1.0 Mg·m-3 density soil and intermediaries according to bulk density treatments. The results were submitted to variance analysis and, when significant, to regression analysis, both with a 5% probability, using SISVAR software. At 60 days after germination, number of leaves, stem diameter, plant height, dry mass of leaves, stem dry mass, dry mass of roots, dry mass of nodules, number of nodules and chlorophyll index (SPAD index) were evaluated. The increase in bulk density negatively influences the development of jack bean, showing little efficiency as a decompacting plant in Cerrado Oxisol.
Development of Safflower Subjected to Nitrogen Rates in Cerrado Soil  [PDF]
Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Juliana Terezinha Sasso Paludo, Jackelinne Valéria Rodrigues Sousa, Helon Hébano de Freitas Sousa, Tonny José Araújo da Silva
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.613215
Abstract: In a context in which the nitrogen fertilizer recommendations in the literature for safflower crop show up conflicting, it was aimed by the present study to evaluate the development of safflower when subjected to nitrogen rates in an Oxisol collected under Cerrado vegetation. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse using pots filled with Oxisol collected in area under Cerrado vegetation in the layer from 0.0 to 0.20 m. Each experimental unit was represented by a plastic pot of 5 dm-3, the experimental design was completely randomized, consisting of six nitrogen rates (0, 60, 120, 180, 240 and 300 mg°dm-3) and six repetitions. It were assessed plant height, number of leaves, chlorophyll content, number of heads, dry mass of shoot and dry mass of root. The results were submitted to variance analysis and, when significant, to regression analysis, both at 5% probability by SISVAR program. Nitrogen rates positively influence the development of safflower, and the one that best promotes this development is between 160 and 190 mg°dm-3.
Reproductive Components of Safflower Genotypes Submitted of Bulk Density Levels in the Brazilian Cerrado  [PDF]
Juliana Terezinha Sasso Paludo, Edna Maria Bonfim-Silva, Tonny José Araújo da Silva, Maurício Dutra Zanotto, William Fenner, Marcio Koetz
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2017.89139
Abstract: Nutrient absorption in crops can decline and their development can be hindered by increased bulk density. This study aimed at assessing the manner in which bulk density levels affect the reproductive structures of the safflower genotypes in the Brazilian Cerrado. The completely randomized design was adopted with four replications for the experiment, which was conducted in a greenhouse using Oxisol collected from 0.0 to 0.2 m depth from the region supporting Cerrado vegetation. The treatments included ten safflower genotypes (PI 237538, PI 248385, PI 250196, PI 301049, PI 305173, PI 305205, PI 306520, PI 306603, PI 560202 and PI 613366) and five bulk density levels (1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.8 Mg·m-3). Evaluations were done at 90 days after emergence, in terms of the number, diameter and dry mass of the heads. The data were submitted to the analysis of variance. The means were grouped using the Scott-Knott test at 5% probability. The diameter and dry mass of the chapters were influenced by the mean bulk density of 1.10 Mg·m-3. A notable interaction was evident between the safflower genotypes and bulk density levels for the diameter and dry mass of the head alone, revealing the high degree of genetic variability that environmental changes induce among the genotypes. The PI 250196, PI 301049, PI 305173 and PI 305205 genotypes exhibited greater stability to the bulk density variations compared with the others. Mean bulk density of 1.2 Mg·m-3 was found to impair the development of the reproductive components of the safflower genotypes.
Ocorrência de alguns endo e ectoparasitos no serpentário da UNIFENAS - Universidade de Alfenas - MG
ARAúJO, Terezinha;MORO, Luciana;LúCIA, Maria;GOLLOUBEFF, Bárbara;VASCONCELOS, Anilton César;
Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-95961999000100003
Abstract: specimens of crotalus durissus terrificus and bothrops alternatus held in captivity by university of alfenas- mg were examined with the aim of studying the parasitological fauna of the snakes. these animals showed anorexia, dehydration, diarrhea and anemia. three rattlesnakes and two bothrops alternatus died about two months after the beginning of the clinical signs. it were identified helmints of the genus kalicephalus, ophidascaris, rhabdias and oxyuris; protozoans of the genus haemogregarina and mites of the genus ophionysus. ivermectin was administrated to the survivors.
Impacto da queima da palhada da cana-de-a?úcar no ritmo diário de forrageamento de Atta bisphaerica Forel (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
Araújo, Márcio Silva;Della Lucia, Terezinha Maria Castro;Pican?o, Marcelo Coutinho;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752004000100006
Abstract: this work was conducted from july 2001 to june 2002 in a sugarcane plantation in oratórios, minas gerais, brazil, with the objective of studying the impact of low intensity controlled fire (235.26 kcal.s-1.m-1) of sugarcane dry foliage on the foraging activity of a. bisphaerica. during the entire period the present study, a negative correlation between ant flow in the trail and temperature and air humidity was observed. days without rain also increased ant workers' flow. foraging activity was reassumed in the trail only 15 days after burning and showed a pattern similar to that of a colony located at an unburned area. however, an estimated of 518.0 to 670.0 g of freshly cut vegetation per day did not enter the nest during the recovery period. this certainly could reflect in losses for colony development.
Impacto da queima controlada da cana-de-a?úcar na nidifica??o e estabelecimento de col?nias de Atta bisphaerica Forel (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
Araújo, Márcio S.;Della Lucia, Terezinha M.C.;Ribeiro, Guido A.;Kasuya, Maria C.M;
Neotropical Entomology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2003000400021
Abstract: even low intensity fires may often modify the chemical, physical and microbiological properties of the soil, in the depth where leaf-cutting ants atta fabricius establish their nests. considering that nest foundation and establishment are the most crucial steps in a colony life cycle, this research investigated the implication that a controlled 615 kj.m-1s-1 fire intensity of sugar cane dry foliage have on the nesting of atta bisphaerica forel. burning eliminated organic matter from the soil surface; this resulted in a significant increase on its density down to a depth of 15 cm. the elimination of vegetation by fire also increased soil resistance to penetration. these alterations on physical properties had no significant effect on the depth of initial a. bisphaerica chambers under field and laboratory conditions. burnings did affect soil chemical and microbiological properties. a. bisphaerica females looked for sites which had been burned to establish their colonies in the field. under laboratory conditions, the mortality of colonies was higher in soil originating from burned areas than unburned ones.
Taking care of children′s family on sexual abuse situation considering the humanistic theory. A phenomenological study
Lygia Maria Pereira da Silva,Marli Terezinha Gimeniz Galv?o,Thelma Leite de Araújo,Maria Vera Lúcia Moreira Leit?o Cardoso
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2007,
Abstract: The sexual abuse is interpersonal violence practised against children or teenagers for an adult’s or older teenager’s sexual gratification. The research has aimed to apply the Humanistic Theory on the care of sexual abused children’s family. Phenomenological and qualitative approach was considered on the assistance of the children’s caregivers and it was carried on in a non-governmental organisation situated at the county of Fortaleza, Ceara. The data was collected in November 2005 and analysed with reference to the presuppositions of Paterson & Zderad’s Nursing Humanistic Theory. The caregivers have demonstrated little preparation to face the other aspects derived from the revelation; little knowledge about the effects of the sexual abuse upon the children and the way to help them as well. It can be concluded that the theory is able to realize the client’s needs and contributes to assist the demands produced by the intrafamiliar sexual abuse experience. The caregivers must be the target of the health prefessionals’ assistance.
Características da Aids na terceira idade em um hospital de referência do Estado do Ceará, Brasil
Araújo, Vera Lúcia Borges de;Brito, Daniele Mary Silva de;Gimeniz, Marli Teresinha;Queiroz, Terezinha Almeida;Tavares, Clodis Maria;
Revista Brasileira de Epidemiologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-790X2007000400013
Abstract: elderly people contaminated by the hiv are increasing statistics throughout the world. this study's main aim was to describe the characteristics of aids in people aged 60 and over, seen at a benchmark hospital for hiv / aids in ceará, brazil, in the period between 1989 and 2004. documentary research was performed using compulsory aids reporting forms available on the national reporting information system (sinan) and data from the mortality information system (sim). there were 107 cases reported, of which 50 patients were still alive and 57 deceased. based on the analysis, a progressive growth in cases was observed, most of which (77.5%) were concentrated in fortaleza. the most affected age group was the one between 60 and 69 (77.5%). many of the individuals showed low level of schooling (44.0%). the subcategory of heterosexuals grew over time. mortality amongst women was found to be higher (73.9%). the set of data analyzed enables one to infer that the population over 60 with aids in ceará shows similar trends to other age groups and the phenomena observed throughout the country, that is: growth in cases among heterosexuals and women, and ageing and impoverishment.
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