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Intensity-duration-frequency ratios obtained from annual records and partial duration records in the locality of Pelotas - RS, Brazil

The intensity-duration-frequency occurrence ratio (IDF) is a tool commonly used for precipitation-runoff data transformation, which is established from observations of intense precipitations over a period sufficiently long as to allow the occurrence of extremes at the observation site. This study focused on verifying the existence or absence of new data, in terms of IDF ratio, by...

Characterization and exploitation of piston ring chips in the rectification process a new recycling proposal

The rough grind machine operation in metallic material produce a sub product with the followings components such as: metallic residue, small parts come from the resin grinds, diatomaceous earth material (filter material) and soluble oil in water for tools cooling. According [HU1UH] from ABNT, this sub product is toxic, not inert material, aggress the environment with pollution in...

Chronic Mild Prenatal Stress Exacerbates the Allergen-Induced Airway Inflammation in Rats

The effects of chronic mild prenatal stress on leukocyte infiltration into the airways was investigated in rat offspring. The chronic prenatal stress consisted of transitory and variable changes in the rat's living conditions. Offspring at adult age were actively sensitized (day 0) and intratracheally challenged (day 14) with ovalbumin. Bronchoalveolar lavage was performed in the...

Evidence that behavioral depression does not influence airway cell influx in allergic rats

, Edson Antunes and Nancy A. Teixeira THIS study was designated to evaluate the influence of behavioral depression on the airway leukocyte recruitment in allergic animals. To achieve this, total and

Palladium nanoparticles supported on mesoporous biocarbon from coconut shell for ethanol electro-oxidation in alkaline media

alkaline media AuthorsAuthors and affiliations João C. FerreiraRoger V. CavallariVanderlei S. BergamaschiRodolfo M. AntoniassiÂngela ATeixeira-NetoMarcelo LinardiJúlio César M. Silva Open Access ... indicate if changes were made. Authors and Affiliations João C. Ferreira1Roger V. Cavallari1Vanderlei S. Bergamaschi1Rodolfo M. Antoniassi1Ângela ATeixeira-Neto2Marcelo Linardi1Júlio César M. Silva3Email

Sequence analysis of the potato aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae transcriptome identified two new viruses

Canada), Fiona Goggin (University of Arkansas), and Claire Casteel (UC Conceptualization: Hagop S. Atamian, Isgouhi Kaloshian. Data curation: Noa Sela. Formal analysis: Marcella A. Teixeira, Noa Sela ... . Visualization: Noa Sela. Isgouhi Kaloshian. Writing ± review & editing: Isgouhi Kaloshian. Writing ± original draft: Marcella A. Teixeira, Noa Sela, Hagop S. Atamian, Thomas Girke, 14 / 17 6. Blackman RL

The effect of municipal solid waste compost, peat, perlite and vermicompost on tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum L.) growth and yield in a hydroponic system

Purpose An experiment was conducted to assess the ability of municipal solid waste compost (MSWC), peat, perlite and vermicompost (VC) to improve the growth of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.), an important horticultural commodity, in hydroponic culture. Methods Organic matter, when used as a substrate, can affect tomato cultivar ‘Grandella’ plant growth. In this study, we...

Regulation of phosphorus uptake and utilization: transitioning from current knowledge to practical strategies

Phosphorus is a poorly bioavailable macronutrient that is essential for crop growth and yield. Overuse of phosphorus fertilizers results in low phosphorus use efficiency (PUE), has serious environmental consequences and accelerates the depletion of phosphorus mineral reserves. It has become extremely challenging to improve PUE while preserving global food supplies and maintaining...

Erratum to: Molecular Characterization of Cyclamen Species Collected from Different Parts of Turkey by RAPD and SRAP Markers

, Faculty of Agriculture, University of C ̧ukurova , 01330 Adana , Turkey 3 Miki-cho Post Office , PO Box 7, Ikenobe 3011-2, Kagawa-ken 761-0799 , Japan - The affiliation of Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva was

Erratum to: In vitro shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration in Tibouchina aspera Aubl.

Botanical Garden , Chinese Academy of Sciences , Guangzhou 510650 , People's Republic of China 2 Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva 3 P. O. Box 7, Miki-cho post office, Ikenobe 3011-2, Kagawa-ken 761-0799 , Japan is

Validation of Reference Genes for Accurate Normalization of Gene Expression in Lilium davidii var. unicolor for Real Time Quantitative PCR

Lilium is an important commercial market flower bulb. qRT-PCR is an extremely important technique to track gene expression levels. The requirement of suitable reference genes for normalization has become increasingly significant and exigent. The expression of internal control genes in living organisms varies considerably under different experimental conditions. For economically...

Antibacterial, antioxidant, antifungal and anti-inflammatory activities of crude extract from Nitraria schoberi fruits

, Zabol , Iran 2 J. Sharifi-Rad Zabol Medicinal Plants Research Center, Zabol University of Medical Sciences , Zabol , Iran 3 J. A. Teixeira da Silva Miki-cho Post Office Retired , Ikenobe 3011-2, P.O. Box

Wheat production in Bangladesh: its future in the light of global warming

Akbar Hossain 1 Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva 0 Background aims 0 Faculty of Agriculture and Graduate School of Agriculture, Kagawa University , Ikenobe, Miki-cho 761-0795, Japan 1 Wheat Research

Erratum to: Impact of Lipase-Mediated Hydrolysis of Castor Oil on γ-Decalactone Production by Yarrowia lipolytica

be Isabel Belo and author names should appear in the order as listed below:Adelaide Braga, Nelma Gomes, José A. Teixeira, and Isabel Belo. ... , Campus de Gualtar , 4710-057 Braga , Portugal 1 Adelaide Braga , Nelma Gomes, Jose A. Teixeira recorded as the corresponding author. However, the corresponding author should be Isabel Belo and author

Novel bioemulsifier produced by a Paenibacillus strain isolated from crude oil

Background Surface active compounds produced by microorganisms are attracting a pronounced interest due to their potential advantages over their synthetic counterparts, and to the fact that they could replace some of the synthetics in many environmental and industrial applications. Results Bioemulsifier production by a Paenibacillus sp. strain isolated from crude oil was studied...

In Vitro Propagation and Reintroduction of the Endangered Renanthera imschootiana Rolfe

Renanthera imschootiana Rolfe is an endangered tropical epiphytic orchid that is threatened with extinction due to over-collection and the loss of suitable habitats. In vitro propagation is a useful way to mass produce plants for re-establishment in the wild and for commercial propagation. Seeds collected 150 days after pollination (DAP) were the optimum stage for in vitro...

Erratum to: Biological effects of water-soluble soil phenol and soil humic extracts on plant systems

Silva 1 Erratum to: Acta Physiol Plant 2 Published online: 19 December 2012 Franciszek Go rski Institute of Plant Physiology, Polish Academy of Sciences , Krako w 2012 3 J. A. Teixeira da Silva Faculty

Growth of in vitro Oncidesa plantlets cultured under cold cathode fluorescent lamps with super-elevated CO2 enrichment

As interest in how to increase biomass production through biotechnological means gains traction, focus is turning towards the use of photoautotrophic micropropagation under elevated levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) to maximize plant growth and productivity. The effect of super-elevated CO2 with cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs) on the photoautotrophic growth of Oncidesa in...

Transcriptome analysis of carbohydrate metabolism during bulblet formation and development in Lilium davidii var. unicolor

Background The formation and development of bulblets are crucial to the Lilium genus since these processes are closely related to carbohydrate metabolism, especially to starch and sucrose metabolism. However, little is known about the transcriptional regulation of both processes. To gain insight into carbohydrate-related genes involved in bulblet formation and development, we...