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  1. Chemical modeling of formation water of the active Luna, Tabasco; Modelacion quimica de aguas de formacion del activo Luna, Tabasco

    Barragan R, Rosa M; Portugal M, Enrique; Arellano G, Victor M. [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico); Martinez A, Ana E; Ascencio C, Fernando [Petroleos Mexicanos (Mexico)

    2001-07-01

    From the data of chemical composition of the water, the chemical equilibrium at a given temperature can be modeled for, later, obtain the saturation indexes of characteristic minerals with the intention of knowing or predict which phases can form the deposits. The Gerencia de Productividad de Pozos (GPP) of the Subdivision of Technology and Professional Development (STDP) of PEMEX, has among its objectives to promote studies tending to solve problematic that affect the wells productivity, reason why it showed interest in making a study of chemical modeling of formation waters of the Active Luna, in order to know the saturation state of the main mineral phases. This way a joint project was executed in 1997 among the GPP, the Active of Production Luna of PEMEX and the Gerencia de Geotermia of the IIE. The objectives of the project were: (a) sampling and physicochemical characterization of waters pertaining to oil wells of the Actives of Production Luna, and (b) modeling of the chemical equilibrium at well head and deposit conditions to obtain saturation indexes of characteristic minerals of hydrothermal systems, in order to predict the mineral phases that can be found in superficial and deep incrustations. [Spanish] A partir de los datos de composicion quimica del agua, pude modelarse el equilibrio quimico a una temperatura dada para, posteriormente, obtener los indices de saturacion de los minerales caracteristicos con el objeto de conocer o predecir cuales fases pueden formar los depositos. La Gerencia de Productividad de Pozos (GPP) de la Subdireccion de Tecnologia y Desarrollo Profesional (STDP) de Pemex, tiene entre sus objetivos promover estudios tendientes a resolver problematicas que impactan la productividad de los pozos, por lo que mostro interes en realizar un estudio de modelacion quimica de las aguas de formacion del Activo Luna, con el proposito de conocer el estado de saturacion de las principales fases minerales. De esta forma se realizo un proyecto

  2. Chemical Equilibrium and Mineral Saturation in Waters from Oil Wells of the Activo Luna Field, Tabasco, Mexico; Equilibrio quimico y grado de saturacion de minerales en aguas de pozos petroleros de Activo Luna, Tabasco, Mexico

    Barragan R, Rosa Maria; Arellano G, Victor M.; Portugal M, Enrique; Torres R, Vicente [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas (Mexico); Torres Alvarado, Ignacio [Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (Mexico); Ascencio C, Fernando; Martinez A; Ana E [Petroleos Mexicanos (Mexico)

    2001-09-01

    Chemical equilibrium of formation waters from seven oil wells of the Activo Luna field (Tabasco, Mexico) was modelled. Saturation indices of characteristic hydrothermal minerals were calculated at ambient and reservoir conditions in order to predict scaling potential of deep and surface installations. The salinity of waters was found to be in the range from 43,000 (well Escuintle 2) to 250,000 (well Lune 3B) mg/kg as total dissolved solids. The water samples were classified as sodium-chioride type. Ionic strength for the solutions was found to be between 0.75 and 6.5. Activity coefficients were estimated by virial (Pitzer equations) methods using the GEOCHEMIST WORKENCH (GWB) software. Minerals such as anhydrite, halite, alunite, fluorite and barite were found to be supersaturated at reservoir conditions. A solid scale sample obtained from well Luna-3B was analysed. Analysis indicate the presence of calcite, anhydrite, fluorite and sphalerite which suggest the occurrence of temperatures of at least 180 Celcius degrees with acidic conditions and high chemical corrosion potential. [Spanish] Se modelo el equilibrio quimico de aguas de formacion producidas por siete pozos petroleros pertenecientes al Activo Luna, en el estado de Tabasco, Mexico, se calcularon los indices de saturacion de minerales caracteristicos tanto en las condiciones ambiente como en las de yacimiento, con el proposito de apoyar el control de incrustaciones en las instalaciones superficiales y profundas. La salinidad de las salmueras se encontro en el rango de 43,000 (pozos Escuintle 2) a 250,000 (pozos Luna 3B) mg/kg de solidos disueltos totales y las muestras se clasificaron como del tipo clorurado-sodico. La fuerza ionica de las soluciones varia entre 0.75 y 6.5 molar, por lo que los coeficientes de actividad de la modelacion de equilibrio quimico se estimaron por metodos viriales empleando las ecuaciones de Pitzer mediante el programa GEOCHEMIST WORKBENCH (GWB). Minerales como anhidrita, halita

  3. IN VITRO ANTIHELMINTIC ACTIVITY OF THREE PLANT SPECIES TRADITIONALLY USED IN TABASCO, MEXICO.

    Judith Espinosa-Moreno

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available Antihelmintic activity against Haemonchus contortus was searched as a new alternative for animal health improvement using three plants (Cydista aequinoctialis L., Heliotropium indicum L. and Momordica charantia L. of traditional usage in the rural area of Tabasco State, Mexico. Aqueous extracts were obtained of dried material. Each extract was diluted in distilled water to obtain a concentration of 20 mg ml-1. The antihelmintic activity was evaluated at 24, 48 y 72 h of exposition with 100 μL of each extract and 50 L3 unsheathed larvaes of H. contortus in a 96 well ELISA plaque.;/span;

  4. Oiling the system: How activities and the state shaped the politics of petroleum development in Tabasco, Mexico

    Hanson, Heather Dawn

    This dissertation analyzes the social, economic and political processes that accompanied the development of petroleum resources in Tabasco, Mexico. Through an historical examination of the case of Tabasco, I explore the general question of how and why state-led development becomes a contested terrain. Why does this sort of activism flourish during some time periods and not others? Under what conditions are relatively marginalized people able to effectively challenge the sort of domination inherent in state-led development plans? To what extent can activists succeed at reshaping the course of development? I argue that protest of state-led development is not necessarily linked to the pace or absolute impact of the social, environmental and economic changes being promoted. Instead, what is most central is the degree to which activists can successfully portray state-led development as an unjust process that contributes to inequality. However, the fact that activists are always constrained by the limits of existing state discourse seriously constrains the range of actions open to marginalized people. In the case of oil development in Tabasco, while activists were free to challenge the uneven distribution of rents, they have not been able to challenge the process itself. Indeed, the promise of material progress is common ground for both activists and the state. I conclude my dissertation with the observation that just as state discourses simultaneously create and limit possibilities for citizen protest, so social movement discourses simultaneously push for change and solidify the existing inequitable social structures.

  5. Chemical ecology of the luna moth : Effects of host plant on detoxification enzyme activity.

    Lindroth, R L

    1989-07-01

    The effects of food plant on larval performance and midgut detoxification enzymes were investigated in larvae of the luna moth,Actias luna. Neonate larvae were fed leaves of black cherry, cottonwood, quaking aspen, white willow, red oak, white oak, tulip tree, paper birch, black walnut, butternut, or shagbark hickory. First instar survival, larval duration, and pupal weights were monitored as indices of food quality. Midgut enzyme preparations from fifth instars were assayed for β-glucosidase, quinone reductase, polysubstrate monooxygenase, esterase, and glutathione transferase activities. Larval survival on seven of the 11 plant species, including several recorded host plants, was extremely poor. Larvae performed well, and quite similarly, on birch, walnut, butternut, and hickory. Activities of all enzyme systems except β-glucosidase were significantly influenced by larval host plant. Of the systems assayed, quinone reductase and glutathione transferase activities were especially high. Comparisons of these values with published values for other Lepidoptera support the hypothesis that these enzyme systems are involved in conferring tolerance to juglone and related quinones occurring in members of the plant family Juglandaceae. Results suggest that host plant utilization by luna is more specialized at the individual or population level than at the species level and that biochemical detoxification systems may play a role in such specialization. PMID:24272292

  6. Surgit luna

    Tortzen, Gorm

    2008-01-01

    I forbindelse med musikopførelsen af Lorca's 'Blosbryllup' har jeg oversat fire af hans digte til latin. De blev alle opført, og et af dem 'Surgit luna' findes aftrykt i programmet.......I forbindelse med musikopførelsen af Lorca's 'Blosbryllup' har jeg oversat fire af hans digte til latin. De blev alle opført, og et af dem 'Surgit luna' findes aftrykt i programmet....

  7. Mexico's Luna discoveries are more than moonshine

    Stewart-Gordon, T.J.; Baker, G.T.

    1987-05-01

    Just when it seemed that Mexico's petroleum reserves may have been overstated, the state oil company opened a new province. Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) geologists think the Luna area of Tabasco State and the Gulf of Mexico could add the condensate and gas equivalent of 20 billion bbl of light oil to Mexico's proven reserves. If true, this would be the largest discovery in Mexico since the Campeche Sound fields in 1976. To date, the new province stretches about 50 miles between the Caribbean coastal towns of Frontera and Puerto Ceiba in Tabasco State, and extends some 31 miles offshore (see map). Since the early 1970s, Pemex geologists have postulated that the entire Yucatan platform will prove productive. Luna finds reduce the distance between Campeche fields and onshore production to 93 miles. The Luna area is ideally suited for rapid development - it is about 40 miles northeast of Villahermosa, Tabasco, and within 60 miles of the export terminal at Dos Bocas near the border between Tabasco and Vera Cruz states. It is also less than 50 miles from the Cactus gas-processing and petrochemical plants in Chiapas State, which means that gas can be put into the country's trunk line that extends to the U.S. grid at Reynosa.

  8. La Luna

    Duque Escobar, Gonzalo

    2009-01-01

    Datos generales de la Luna, sus movimientos, su importancia y sus características fundamentales como cuerpo celeste y satélite de la Tierra. Las mareas, los calendarios, la exploración, la estructura y la geología lunar.

  9. Tabasco (1990-2000

    Verónica Guerra Martínez

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available Se identificó y cuantificó la variación espacial de los tipos de vegetación y usos del suelo en la Reserva de la Biosfera Pantanos de Centla, Tabasco durante 1990 y 2000. Se generaron bases geográficas digitales referentes a geología, edafología, hidrología, temperaturas mínimas, temperaturas máximas, precipitación, vías de comunicación y localidades. La información fue almacenada en un sistema de información geográfica. Se clasificaron escenas del satélite Landsat MSS −de 1992− y Landsat ETM −del 2000. Se generaron mapas de vegetación y uso del suelo para 1990 y 2000 basados en puntos de verificación. Los mapas generados fueron sobrepuestos para obtener un mapa de cambios y una matriz de variación. Las tasas de cambio por pérdida anual se estimaron en 6.06% (selva de puckté y 34.96% (selva de tinto; en tanto que la tasa de incremento anual fue de 1.15% (manglar, 0.72% (comunidades de hidrófitas y 27.82% (pastizal. Los cambios encontrados se relacionaron con la presencia de carreteras pavimentadas, localidades y canales, siendo éstos últimos los que más afectaron. Los resultados muestran que las comunidades de hidrófitas, pastizales y cuerpos de agua se desplazaron a todas las unidades de suelo y geología. Los cambios encontrados pueden atribuirse a diversas causas: los incendios, apertura de vías de comunicación, actividades petroleras, sobreexplotación de recursos, expansión ganadera, tala para extracción de madera y quema intencional para captura de especies.

  10. The halogens in Luna 16 and Luna 20 soils.

    Reed, G. W., Jr.; Jovanovic, S.

    1973-01-01

    The halogens, uranium, and lithium contents found in Luna 16, Luna 20, and some Apollo lunar soil samples are discussed. Chlorine and phosphorus pentoxide do not appear to exhibit the same correlation in soils from the Luna 20 and possibly the Luna 16 sites as they do in samples from the Apollo 11-15 sites.

  11. [The regional context of migration: the case of Tabasco].

    Lezama, J L

    1991-09-01

    This work contains reflections on regional influences in determination of migratory processes, as distinct from economic and political influences at the national level. The relationship between migration and region implies discussion of the concept of regions and regional hierarchies in relation to the national level. The economic structure of a region and its influence on migration for example is related to characteristics of the same phenomenon at the national level. Migration to Mexico City and Monterrey represents a process of social change that affects all of Mexican society, both because of the regional diversity and large volume of migrants to the 2 cities and because of their importance in Mexico's economic and social development. Migration at the regional level may be determined by forces within that region or by processes at the national or even international level that are beyond local control. The particular mix of resources available in a region and the level of its development compared to other places within the nation strongly affect migratory potential. The concrete case of petroleum activity in the state of Tabasco is an example of the lack of participation at the regional level in design of investment policy. The petroleum boom of the 1960s in Tabasco produced profound economic changes in the region and caused changes in the local power structure. Particularities in the case of Tabasco included a state economy dominated by petroleum activity, deterioration in the agricultural sector accompanied by increased livestock raising, expansion of zones of population expulsion especially where livestock were most dominant, and consolidation of strong migratory flows toward the petroleum zones. External factors in the regional socioeconomic situation included the impacts generated by petroleum activity, while internal factors included the increasing importance of livestock and eclipse of agriculture even before the petroleum boom. Census and survey data

  12. Nuclear Astrophysics with LUNA

    Broggini, Carlo

    2016-04-01

    One of the main ingredients of nuclear astrophysics is the knowledge of the thermonuclear reactions which power the stars and synthesize the chemical elements. Deep underground in the Gran Sasso Laboratory the cross section of the key reactions of the proton-proton chain and of the Carbon-Nitrogen-Oxygen (CNO) cycle have been measured right down to the energies of astrophysical interest. The main results obtained during the 'solar' phase of LUNA are reviewed and their influence on our understanding of the properties of the neutrino and of the Sun is discussed. We then describe the current LUNA program mainly devoted to the study of the nucleosynthesis of the light elements in AGB stars and Classical Novae. Finally, the future of LUNA towards the study of helium and carbon burning with a new 3.5 MV accelerator is outlined.

  13. Team LunaCY Outreach Paper

    Heise, James; Hull, Bethanne J.

    2012-01-01

    Iowa State University's Lunabotics Club, Team LunaCY, has worked hard to generate enthusiasm for robotics, engineering, and lunar activities. Team LunaCY participated in a variety of different outreach events making a strong impression on Iowa youth. These events led the chair of the mechanical engineering department, Dr. Ted Heindel, to refer to the club's outreach program as "the model that all other engineering clubs should follow." Team LunaCY's outreach activities totaled over 200 hours and captivated over 3000 students and adults throughout the course of this acaden1ic year, reaching out to people all over Iowa and to several special guests. These guests included Vice-President Joe Biden, during a visit to Iowa State University in March 2012, and astronaut Clayton Anderson, during a visit to Iowa State's campus in the fall 2011. Team LunaCY's outreach events created hands on learning opportunities for local youth ranging in age from elementary school children to high school students. The team strove to make a positive impression on Iowa youth and to encourage interest and involvement in scientific fields. The full list of events is shown in Table 1. Three of the major outreach events the team participated in were the FIRST LEGO League, Science Bound, and iExplore STEM Festival.

  14. LUNA: Nuclear astrophysics underground

    Underground nuclear astrophysics with LUNA at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso spans a history of 20 years. By using the rock overburden of the Gran Sasso mountain chain as a natural cosmic-ray shield very low signal rates compared to an experiment on the surface can be tolerated. The cross sectons of important astrophysical reactions directly in the stellar energy range have been successfully measured. In this proceeding we give an overview over the key accomplishments of the experiment and an outlook on its future with the expected addition of an additional accelerator to the underground facilities, enabling the coverage of a wider energy range and the measurement of previously inaccessible reactions

  15. New field exploration: greater rewards in Campeche-Chiapas-Tabasco

    1981-11-01

    Mexico has overcome many real and fictional tales of hydrocarbon development. However, it is possible that this is only the beginning of something even bigger. If the new hydrocarbon production, based on the exploratory activity, is confirmed. Mexico has started the most ambitious exploratory activity since the oil discovery in Campeche in 1976, and in the west part of the zone. Wildcat wells are being drilled in search of more reserves and lighter hydrocarbons. The theory has emerged that the mesozoic sediments of Chiapas-Tabasco, and the Campeche basins are all pieces of one single trend of geologic continuity, which will constitute one of the bigger hydrocarbon strips of the world. Therefore, this study looks at the past and the new exploratory activity conducted by Pemex, trying to determin

  16. Genotoxicity in child populations exposed to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the air from Tabasco, Mexico

    Gamboa, Aldeco R.; Rodríguez T. Gamboa; Bravo, Alvarez H.; Wegman P. Ostrosky

    2008-01-01

    The economy of the state of Tabasco is based on oil extraction. However, this imposes major effects to the environment and communities. Examples are the Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) that may be found in the soil, water and sediment of the region. Their volatility makes them available to living beings and results in genotoxic activity. The purpose of this study was to quantify the levels of PAHs in the air at several points in the state, and to analyze their relationship with possib...

  17. Radiation damage in Luna 20 soil.

    Phakey, P. P.; Price, P. B.

    1973-01-01

    As an extension of previous studies of radiation damage produced by heavy solar flare ions in lunar soils, high-voltage electron microscopy and electron diffraction procedures were used to rank a Luna 20 sample among the other soils returned by Soviet and American lunar missions. Micron-sized soil grains from the Luna 20 mission are the most lightly irradiated, in contrast to micron-sized grains from Luna 16 soil, which are the most heavily irradiated.

  18. Anotaciones de la ecología alimentaria de monos aulladores negros en un fragmento con condiciones de hacinamiento (Balancán, Tabasco, México)

    John Aristizábal-Borja; Gilberto Pozo-Montuy; Jairo Pérez-Torres; Juan Carlos Serio-Silva

    2011-01-01

    Annotations on the feeding ecology of black howler monkeys in an overcrowded fragment in Balancán, Tabasco, México. Wedescribed the feeding behavior of Central-American black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra) in a fragment of less than one hectare ofhumid evergreen forest surrounded by grassland for livestock use, isolated trees and mango orchards, in the region of Balancán (Tabasco,México). Objective: To record the diet and activity of black howler monkeys in crowded conditions during the wette...

  19. Melt inclusions in Luna 24 soil fragments

    Roedder, W.; Weiblen, P. W.

    1978-01-01

    Optical examinations of 28 slides of Luna 24 soil fragments revealed melt inclusions in grains of olivine, plagioclase, spinel, and ilmenite as well as interstitial inclusions. In contrast with Apollo samples, the Luna 24 samples contain sulfide melt inclusions, which indicates that saturation with respect to an iron sulfide melt took place throughout much of the crystallization history, even while olivine was crystallizing. The Luna 24 silicate-melt inclusions have recorded a more extensive differentiation toward higher iron magmas than have the Apollo inclusions, but they have also recorded some inexplicably low aluminum values.

  20. [Avifauna in silvopastoral systems in the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, Tabasco, México].

    González-Valdivia, Noel; Barba-Macías, Everardo; Hernández-Daumás, Salvador; Ochoa-Gaona, Susana

    2014-09-01

    Silvopastoral systems support local ecological and economical features as they enhance conservation of floral and faunal communities. As other animal communities, avifauna may be a good representative of habitat alterations, both as the species and functional levels. In order to attend the initiative of Mesoamerican Biological Corridor initiative (CBM) in the state of Tabasco, we studied the diversity of birds in two silvopastoral systems: scattered trees in pastures (ADP), and trees in boundary-hedgerows (AL). For this, we applied the fixed radius counting point method in three priority sites in Tabasco's CBM during the dry and wet season of 2011, and a total of 56, 60 and 62 points were evaluated in Huimanguillo, Tenosique and Tacotalpa, respectively. We observed 2 084 individuals of 154 species (79-89% of expected diversity) and 36 bird families. We detected 92, 87 and 85 species in Huimanguillo, Tenosique and Tacotalpa, respectively, including 35 protected species, of which 23, 19 and 16 in each locality, respectively. All sites showed high diversity (H' ≥ 3.20), low species dominance (D ≥ 0.08) and high equitability (J ≥ 0.77). Species composition showed differences between sites, being most similar Tacotalpa and Tenosique. Ten species were considered characteristic for sites. Although the silvopastoral system did contain protected species, the low diversity and the early successional character of the arboreal components were not attractive to frugivorous bird species. Diversification with native trees can improve the systems to create a complementary habitat and to increase landscape connectivity. The management of silvopastoral practices on cattle dominated landscapes in Tabasco could improve its ecological quality, and thus achieve the CBM's objectives ofbiodiversity conservation combined with human economic activities. PMID:25412535

  1. The Luna 16 and Luna 20 samples and their integrated studies in India

    The results of an integrated study of physical and chemical properties of lunar samples returned to earth by the automatic Soviet stations Luna 16 and 20 carried out with a view to dilineate the evolutionary history of moon, are reported. The nature of the Luna 16 and Luna 20 landing sites and lunar samples, and the manner in which the integrated analyses were planned and executed, are discussed. It is noted that the two lunar missions have provided a wealth of new information in unravelling the early history of planetary formation. (A.K.)

  2. "Luna-Glob" and "Luna-Resurs": science goals, payload and status

    Mitrofanov, Igor; Dolgopolov, Vladimir; Khartov, Viktor; Lukjanchikov, Alexandr; Tret'yakov, Vlad; Zelenyi, Lev

    2014-05-01

    Vicinity of the South pole of the Moon is thought to be the most interesting region for future investigations. The first reason is associated with the studies of composition and content of volatiles in the lunar polar regolith: neutron mapping with high spatial resolution by LRO has shown that there are more local spots with strong signatures of water at south pole in comparison with the north one. Secondly, the center of Galaxy is not visible from the north pole, therefore southern location is more preferable for perspectives of future lunar exploration. The current Russian space program contains successive missions to study physical environment at the vicinity of the lunar south pole. The first one is the "Luna-Glob" mission, which spacecraft is named Luna-25 (next after the last Soviet lander Luna-24 of 1976). This project has to test the upgraded landing technology, to study the samples of lunar regoluth from the upper most layer of the subsurface and to measure the content of dust, neutrals and plasma during the cycle of the lunar local time. This mission is planned for launch in 2016 by Soyuz. The next lander is Luna-27 of the mission "Luna-Resurs" scheduled for launch in 2019 by Soyuz also. It will use the experience of the previous one to perform the comprehensive studies of the lunar polar environment. The landing site of this mission will be selected taking into account the perspective of further usage for future exploration. The lander will study in situ samples of regolith from the depth down to 2 meters. The mission "Luna-Resurs" will also include the lunar polar orbiter Luna-26 (launch in 2018 by Soyuz). These missions will be implemented with contributions of international partners. In particular, the cooperation with ESA is now under discussion for contribution of scientific instruments, high precision landing technology, drilling element, etc.

  3. 40Ar-39Ar dating of Luna 16 and Luna 20 samples

    Two fragments of Luna 16 mare basalt and two Luna 20 samples (one metaclastic fragment and a group of five anorthositic particles) from the Royal Society allocation have been dated by using the 40Ar-39Ar technique. The Luna 16 ages confirm that mare lavas were extruded in Mare Fecunditatis 3.4 to 3.5 Ga ago. Similarly, the age of the Luna 20 metaclastic fragment provides further support for a 3.9 Ga age for the Crisium basin and for the widespread cataclysmic bombardment of the moon between 4.05 and 3.85 Ga. The presence of at least two isotopically distinct, non-radiogenic argon components in the Luna 20 anorthositic sample comprises an unequivocal age assignment but the simplest model leads to a plateau age of 4.40 +- 0.10 Ga and a minimum age of 4.30 +- 0.10 Ga. There are now several lunar highland samples which are significantly older than 4.0 Ga and which give rise to a secondary age grouping in the interval 4.2 to 4.3 Ga. Depending on whether highland ages were primarily reset during the excavation of a large number of medium-sized craters or a small number of large basins, this secondary grouping implies either a significant peak in the cratering rate at 4.0 Ga or statistical fluctuations in a monotonically decreasing cratering rate. (author)

  4. A Proposed Activity for a Meaningful Learning about the Moon Phases. (Breton Title: Uma Proposta de Atividade Para a Aprendizagem Significativa sobre as Fases da Lua.) Una Actividad Propuesta Para EL Aprendizaje Significativo Acerca de Las Fases de la Luna

    Martins, Bruno Andrade; Langhi, Rodolfo

    2012-12-01

    This paper presents one of the concepts of Astronomy and its consequent failure in teaching this topic in high school, even when the official documents point out the necessity of Astronomy teaching at this school level. Among the spontaneous conceptions in Astronomy that high school students carry with them, even after the end of the school, we emphasized in this research the Moon phases. The development of different strategies in relation to traditional methods, aimed to teaching-learning process on this topic was considered in this study. These strategies were devised based on the reference frame of the Meaningful Learning, as elaborated by Ausubel. The proposals presented here include the active participation of students in experimental activities and other didactic activities, for their continuous evaluation during the process. These activities finished with a Comics elaboration about the Moon phases. Therefore, the objective of this paper is to present a proposal for differentiated teaching activity about Moon phases supported by the theoretical principles of Meaningful Learning at Physics classes. Este texto foca um dos conteúdos de Astronomia e a consequente falha no ensino deste tema no ensino médio, apesar de os documentos oficiais apresentarem a necessidade de se trabalhar a Astronomia neste nível de ensino. Dentre as concepções alternativas em Astronomia que os alunos do ensino médio carregam consigo, mesmo após o término dos estudos, destacamos, nesta pesquisa, o fenômeno das fases da Lua. O desenvolvimento de estratégias diferenciadas em relação ao ensino tradicional, visando o processo de ensino-aprendizagem sobre este tema, foi contemplado neste trabalho como um dos resultados obtidos sob a luz dos referenciais da aprendizagem significativa, fundamentados em Ausubel. Segundo a proposta aqui apresentada, a participação ativa dos alunos na execução de uma atividade experimental e outras atividades didáticas, que visam sua cont

  5. Seawater batteries for the Luna 27

    NONE

    1997-04-01

    On 20 January 1996, the first installation of seawater batteries (SWBs) on a live subsea well was successfully completed on the Luna 27 well in 591 ft of water in the Ionian Sea. The SWB pack is composed of six cells, each measuring 3.3 ft in diameter by 6.6 ft high, and is designed to provide all the electrical energy required by the autonomous control system for the well. The only operations required in the future will be periodic replacement of the anodes by use of a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) every 3 to 5 years. This application of the SWBs is a part of the continuing research by Agip SpA in the area of autonomous control that began with the subsea-wells autonomous-control system (SWACS) project. This project began in 1982 and culminated with the installation of a SWACS prototype in December 1987 on the Luna 27 gas well offshore Crotone and 2.5 miles form the Luna A platform. Notwithstanding the 5-year predicted life, the system was still operating in 1996 without any noticeable problems.

  6. The Objectives of the Radioscience Experiment in Luna-Resource and Luna-Glob Space Projects

    Gromov, V D

    2015-01-01

    Two radio-science instruments have included into the Luna-Glob and Luna-Resource projects in the frame of Russian Luna exploration program: the lander's radio beacon and the orbiter's receiver. Three types of experiments are planned: orbital doppler measurements, VLBI interferometry, and Same Beam Interferometry (SBI). An accuracy of acceleration measurements in the Lander-Orbiter experiment coud be about 3-10 mGal. VLBI and SBI measurements of relative landers distancies with accuracy better than millimeters should give a tool for a accuracy improvement in the following scientific tasks: precise determination of orbital and rotational movement of the Earth and the Moon, determination of mass distribution and internal movements in the Moon's interior, check of general relativity effects.

  7. Anotaciones de la ecología alimentaria de monos aulladores negros en un fragmento con condiciones de hacinamiento (Balancán, Tabasco, México

    John Aristizábal-Borja

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available Annotations on the feeding ecology of black howler monkeys in an overcrowded fragment in Balancán, Tabasco, México. Wedescribed the feeding behavior of Central-American black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra in a fragment of less than one hectare ofhumid evergreen forest surrounded by grassland for livestock use, isolated trees and mango orchards, in the region of Balancán (Tabasco,México. Objective: To record the diet and activity of black howler monkeys in crowded conditions during the wettest month in Balancán(Tabasco, México. Methods and methods: The behavioral observations (81 h were made using the focal animal methodology withan A. pigra troop made up of three individuals (1 adult male, 1 adult female and 1 infant. Results: Feeding time represented 15.97%,rest 78% and locomotion 4.57% of total time. In the study area we recorded 14 plant species, with 10 being consumed by howlermonkeys. 55% of feeding time was devoted to the consumption of fruits, 27% to leaves, 17% to stems, and 1% to sprouts. Spondiasmombin was the tree species most consumed, with 61% of the time invested on it. Conclusion: Like other studies, we confirmed thefrugivore-folivore feeding tendency of the genus Alouatta. We provide information on the black howler monkey flexibility to live andmaintain themselves in extreme perturbation conditions, where their habitat is 0.1 ha with few tree species to use, forcing individualsto move around the ground.

  8. Mossbauer spectroscopy of iron in the Luna 20 regolith

    Zemcik, T.; Raclavsky, K.

    1977-01-01

    Results of the Mossbauer effect measurements on Fe-57 in the average sample of the Luna 20 regolith, and their comparison with similar measurements of the Luna 16 samples are presented. Room temperature measurements of the nonmagnetic as well as magnetic components of the spectra were performed. By careful least-squares analysis, six quadrupole doublets in the inner parts of spectra were resolved. According to their splittings, they were interpreted as four types of iron in silicates (olivine, two inequivalent pyroxene sites, and a glassy fraction) and two types of nonmagnetic iron-titanium oxides (ilmenite and a spinel). Velocity-window measurements, were used to determine the average nickel content of (2.01 plus or minus 0.84) wt. %. These results are discussed in terms of distribution of iron among different phases. In comparison with the Luna 16 sample, the Luna 20 sample contains more olivine and less ilmenite as well as metal with a slightly higher nickel content.

  9. New exploration campaign: most chance of success in Campeche-Chiapas-Tabasco

    1981-11-01

    To recover from recent drops in oil prices, Mexico has recently decided to concentrate its hydrocarbon exploration efforts on the already productive Chiapas-Tabasco-Campeche areas, where the potential for success is the highest and the costly gathering and processing infrastructures are in place. Seismic and drilling tests have indicated the existence of a series of reservoirs stretching from Cardenas in the state of Tabasco out to the deep sea, just west of the currently producing zone in Campeche Bay. These deep-lying, high-pressure reservoirs appear to hold large quantities of light crude oil and natural gas.

  10. Genotoxicity in child populations exposed to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs in the air from Tabasco, Mexico

    Aldeco R. Gamboa

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available The economy of the state of Tabasco is based on oil extraction. However, this imposes major effects to the environment and communities. Examples are the Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs that may be found in the soil, water and sediment of the region. Their volatility makes them available to living beings and results in genotoxic activity. The purpose of this study was to quantify the levels of PAHs in the air at several points in the state, and to analyze their relationship with possible damage to DNA on local inhabitants. Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis Assay (Comet Assay was applied to peripheral blood lymphocytes of five groups of children between six and 15 years of age. PAH samples were analyzed following US/EPA TO-13-A method. Results indicated the presence in the air of most of the 16 PAHs considered as high priority by EPA, some of which have been reported with carcinogenic activity. Differences (p<0.05 were found between PAHs concentration in the gaseous component and in the particulate component of air samples, with the greatest values for the gaseous component. Greatest PAH concentrations were detected in areas with high oil extraction activities. Children groups from high oil activity areas presented genotoxic damage labeled from moderate to high according to DNA migration from nuclei (Tail Length: 14.2 - 42.14 mm and Tail/Head: 0.97 - 2.83 mm compared with control group (12.25 and 0.63 mm, respectively. The group with greatest cell damage was located in the area with the greatest oil activity. We conclude that the presence of PAHs in the air may represent a health risk to populations that are chronically exposed to them at high oil activity regions.

  11. Emplacement of Fahrenheit crater ejecta at the Luna-24 site

    The Luna-24 site is situated in Mare Crisium at a range of 18.4 km from Fahrenheit, an Eratosthenian-aged crater 6.4 km in diameter. Fahrenheit's ejecta deposits have been degraded to such an extent that secondary craters and rays cannot be unambiguously identified in the vicinity of the Luna-24 site. On the basis of an analogy between Fahrenheit and Lichtenberg B (a much younger crater of comparable size located in northern Oceanus Procellarum) Fahrenheit ejecta deposits near the sample site are inferred to have consisted of secondary crater clusters, subradially aligned secondary crater chains, and lineated terrain furrowed by fine-scale radial grooves. At the range of the Luna-24 site more than 80% of the mare surface should have been morphologically disturbed by the ballistic deposition of Fahrenheit ejecta. Blocks and fragment clusters of primary Fehrenheit ejecta ranging up to 5-20 m in diameter are inferred to have impacted the local surface at velocities of 165-230 m s-1 forming secondary craters ranging up to 100m in diameter. The maximum depth of excavation of primary Fahrenheit ejecta deposited near the sample site is estimated to be at least 100m. Primary Fahremheit ejecta is expected to constitute a substantial fraction of the exterior deposits emplaced at the range of the Luna-24 site. Microgabbro and monomineralic fragments discovered in the Luna-24 drill core may have been derived from gabbroic rocks transported to the sample site by the Fahrenheit cratering event. This hypothesis is consistent with the widespread occurrence and characteristics of Fahrenheit ejecta anticipated in the vicinity of the Luna-24 site. (Auth.)

  12. Identity Theft: Gentrification, Latinidad, and American Girl Marisol Luna

    Rudolph, Jennifer Domino

    2009-01-01

    Released by Mattel in 2005, American Girl doll Marisol Luna quickly provoked controversy. The doll's accompanying narrative depicts her Chicago neighborhood of Pilsen as "dangerous" and recounts her family's move to the suburbs. Pilsen, located just south and west of downtown Chicago, has a long history as a Mexican (im)migrant port of entry. Many…

  13. Fossil track and thermoluminescence studies of Luna 16 material.

    Walker, R.; Zimmerman, D.

    1972-01-01

    Measurements of track densities and thermoluminescence have been made on two 5-mg samples (feldspar crystals) from the Luna 16 core tube. The distribution of track densities is shown graphically and is similar to that observed in heavily irradiated Apollo samples. Results of thermoluminescence measurements are plotted and also compared with similar measurements of Apollo samples.

  14. Panorama y desarrollo de las ciencias sociales en el estado de Tabasco Outlook for and Development of Social Sciences in the State of Tabasco

    Rodolfo Uribe Iniesta

    2011-01-01

    El presente trabajo presenta el panorama y describe el desarrollo de las reflexiones y diagnósticos del pensamiento social y las ciencias sociales sobre y desde el estado de Tabasco; y las condiciones del entorno social local en el que se practican. En el trabajo se demuestra que la producción de este tipo de trabajos es perfectamente acorde a los momentos de crisis y por su tipo refleja perfectamente los momentos de continuidad y ruptura en la historia del estado a pesar de un entorno socioc...

  15. Distribución y abundancia de crustáceos en humedales de Tabasco, México Abundance and distribution of crustaceans in wetlands of Tabasco

    Everardo Barba

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available El estado de Tabasco presenta una compleja y alta diversidad de humedales que incluye tipos palustres (20.72%, costeros (3.93%, lacustres (1.74% y ribereños (1.37%, los cuales cubren el 27% del territorio estatal. La diversidad faunística en estos ambientes comprende invertebrados y vertebrados, donde la mayor parte de los registros son de especies de interés comercial. Se presenta el inventario de crustáceos recolectados desde 2003 hasta la fecha en las subregiones Sierra, Ríos y Pantanos. La recolección fue diurna, en 14 localidades (ambientes lóticos y lénticos, mediante nucleador y draga para la infauna, y arrastres con diferentes artes para la epifauna. Se obtuvieron 2 370 organismos que pertenecen a 4 órdenes, 15 familias, 17 géneros y 17 especies. Las especies más abundantes fueron Discapseudes holthuisi Bacescu y Gutu, 1975 (62%, Macrobrachium acanthurus (Wiegmann, 1836 (12%, Leptochirus sp. Zaddach, 1844 (8% y Palaemonetes vulgaris (Say, 1818 (7%, sumando el 89% del total. El 67% de la abundancia correspondió a la infauna y el 33% a la epifauna. El 81% de los crustáceos se capturaron en sistemas lénticos y el resto en sistemas lóticos. Este trabajo contribuye con nuevos registros de crustáceos en humedales de Tabasco.The state of Tabasco is characterised by complex and diverse wetlands of different types: palustrine (20.72%, coastal (3.93%, lacustrine (1.74% and riverine (1.37%, covering 27% of its surface. Faunal diversity of these wetlands includes invertebrates and vertebrates, most of the available records come from species with commercial importance. The list of crustaceans collected from 2003 to date in the subregions Sierra, Ríos and Pantanos, is presented. The sampling at 14 localities was diurnal (lotic and lentic environments, using cores and dredges for the infauna and different nets for epifauna. A total of 2 370 organisms belonging to 4 orders, 15 families, 17 genera and 17 species, was obtained. The most

  16. [Scolitids (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) associated to the cocoa agroecosystem in Tabasco, Mexico].

    Pérez-De La Cruz, Manuel; Equihua-Martínez, Armando; Romero-Nápoles, Jesus; Sánchez-Soto, Saúl; García-López, Eustolia; Bravo-Mojica, Hiram

    2009-01-01

    The Scolytidae fauna associated to the cacao agroecosystem in Tabasco, Mexico was studied during 2007. Adult insects were captured by using ethanol and light traps, and by direct collecting in their host plants. 3,192 specimens of 34 species belonging to 18 genera of Scolytidae were collected. Twenty-two species are new records for the State of Tabasco. The genera with more species were Xyleborus (6) and Hypothenemus (6). We conclude that the Scolytidae fauna associated to the cacao agroecosystem captured with the three trap systems are similar through the year of study. We also conclude that although the ethanol traps were more efficient, obtaining the highest species diversity, the use of other methods is important. PMID:19943007

  17. Determinacion del indice fisico de calidad de vida en el Estado de Tabasco

    Jesus Antonio Garcia Hernandez

    2006-01-01

    La distincion de Sen entre medios y fines al abordar la medicion de los niveles de vida es el punto de partida del presente trabajo. En el se propone la construccion del indice Fisico de Calidad de Vida (IFCV) para los 17 municipios del estado de Tabasco a partir de variables demograficas y educativas, con una variante: la utilizacion del metodo de componentes principales. Los resultados del ejercicio sugieren la necesidad de tener una vision mas cautelosa de la relacion entre crecimiento eco...

  18. MANEJO INTEGRAL DE LOS RECORTES DE PERFORACIÓN DE LA INDUSTRIA PETROLERA EN TABASCO

    René Méndez Villegas

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Los recortes de perforación impregnados con lodos base agua y de emulsión inversa base aceite, son considerados residuos de manejo especial de acuerdo a la Ley para la Prevención y Gestión Integral de los Residuos del Estado de Tabasco, publicada en 2013. Hay que señalar que el estado no contaba con un instrumento de regulación para estos residuos; sin embargo, como resultado del trabajo donde se propone el Manejo Integral de los Recortes de Perforación de la Industria Petrolera en Tabasco, se logró que se considerara dentro de la propuesta de la Ley citada, que afortunadamente fue publicada en el Periódico Oficial del Gobierno del Estado. Este trabajo establece los lineamientos para realizar un manejo integral, consistente en la generación, almacenamiento, transporte, reciclaje, coprocesamiento, tratamiento y disposición final de los recortes de perforación, ya que estos residuos son generados en grandes cantidades por la industria petrolera en Tabasco, especialmente en el proceso de perforación.

  19. Fossil track and thermoluminescence studies of Luna 20 material.

    Crozaz, G.; Walker, R.; Zimmerman, D.

    1973-01-01

    Track densities in 85 feldspar crystals from L-2009 range from 2,500,000 per sq cm to greater than one billion per sq cm. This track distribution represents an intermediate case between what have been previously defined as lightly and heavily irradiated soils and suggests that the Luna 20 sample consists of a mixture of a mature, heavily irradiated component with another, lightly irradiated component. Using a two-component mixing model, the age of the lightly irradiated component is about 270,000,000 yr. It is possible, but by no means certain, that this is associated with the formation of the crater Apollonius C. At about 200 C the ratio of natural thermoluminescence to that induced by a standard irradiation is similar to that in Apollo 12 and 14 cores below about 7 cm. This confirms that most of the Luna 20 sample represents subsurface material.

  20. Caracterización de la cadena de suministros de la miel en el estado de Tabasco.

    Pascual González, Josué

    2012-01-01

    El presente trabajo presenta el resultado de la Caracterización de la Cadena de Suministros de la Miel (CSM) en el Estado de Tabasco y la Evaluación de Sistemas de Trazabilidad para la Miel. La CSM está integrada por una serie relaciones ascendentes y descendentes entre unidades de producción, para una fácil compresión en este trabajo, a las unidades de producción se les ha denominado actores de CSM. La caracterización de la CSM en el estado de Tabasco se realizó entre proveedores de mater...

  1. Microstructural characterization of archaeological samples coming from La Venta park, Tabasco, Mexico; Caracterizacion microestructural de muestras arqueologicas procedentes del parque La Venta Tabasco, Mexico

    Espinosa P, M.F.; Rodriguez L, V.; Martinez, G. [Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares, A.P. 18-1027, 11801 Mexico D.F. (Mexico)

    1997-07-01

    The Olmec culture was the first meso american civilization it presents its main establishment at the Veracruz and Tabasco states in Mexico. Owing to in time and to the weathering factors of the region as warmth, acid rain and that great humidity existing in the environment among others that have been provoked great erosion and damage on the pre hispanic monuments. Through Sem technique it was achieved the microstructural characterization of materials which conform the samples that correspond to those monuments where fundamentally feldspars have been found. It was determined the elemental composition of samples through Emission dispersive X-ray diffraction technique, the crystalline phases existing in samples were determined mainly finding feldspars, so of this way it was corroborated those obtained results through Sem. The materials characterization that are part of these pre hispanic monuments of La Ve nta park is essential for its conservation minimizing so the damage to pre hispanic pieces. (Author)

  2. Experiences in the construction and operation of a biodiesel pilot plant in Tabasco; Experiencias en la construccion y operacion de una planta piloto de biodiesel en Tabasco

    Custodio Garcia, E; Cordova Gomez, Jose F.; Irineo Mijangos, Jose A.; Montiel Reyes, W.; Gutierrez Leon, Gustavo M. [Universidad Tecnologica de Tabasco, Tecnologia Ambiental (Mexico)

    2010-07-01

    Initiating the development of a project that has as final goal the construction of a plant at pilot level to produce bio combustible, represent always a challenge. First, for the little experience that we could have in the construction, and another one, related to the selection of the equipment or materials for its construction, since one must have quality standards in the materials and it tends to happen that in occasions they are not in the market because of its specialization. In this work the authors present their experiences in the design and construction of the first pilot plant for production of biodiesel in the state of Tabasco, as well as in the use of the bio-fuel in the buses and emergency generating units where the biodiesel has tried on. The pilot plant for biodiesel is designed to produce 400 liters per hour, each batch, has a storage capacity of 2400 liters and counts with a system of filters and washing tank with water to eliminate water and solid matters that are contaminating the process. For the biodiesel production the methoxide is used, that is a mixture of sodium hydroxide and methanol alcohol so that it reacts with the oil and forms the biodiesel. The plant is working with used vegetal oil as raw material, same that is collected from the hotels and restaurants of the zone. The critics have served to improve the process, because sometimes not everything has been written on the biodiesel. This work is a joint project between the union of the private initiative (DG Group) and the Universidad Tecnologica de Tabasco. [Spanish] El iniciarse en el desarrollo de un proyecto que tenga como final la construccion de una planta a nivel piloto para fabricar biocombustible, siempre representa un reto. Primero, por la poca experiencia que pudieramos tener en la construccion, y otra, en lo que es la seleccion del equipo o material para su construccion, ya que se debe contar con estandares de calidad en los materiales y suele suceder que en ocasiones no se

  3. Plantas útiles en la medicina tradicional de Malpasito-Huimanguillo, Tabasco, México

    Edelia Claudina Villarreal-Ibarra; Eustolia García-López; Pedro Antonio Lopez; David Jesus Palma-López; Luz del Carmen Lagunes-Espinoza; Carlos Freddy Ortiz-García; Azucena Oranday-Cárdenas

    2015-01-01

    En México las plantas medicinales son el recurso terapéutico por excelencia en la medicina tradicional, es rescatable en gran medida por constituir un importante elemento al combinar el conocimiento popular con el científi co para el tratamiento de diversas enfermedades en la atención primaria de la salud. El presente estudio documenta el conocimiento tradicional de las plantas medicinales en la comunidad de Malpasito, dentro de la Reserva Ecológica de Agua Selva en Huimanguillo, Tabasco, Méx...

  4. Impacto socioambiental de la industria petrolera en Tabasco: el caso de la Chontalpa

    Manuel Jesús Pinkus-Rendón; Alicia Contreras-Sánchez

    2012-01-01

    Se emprendió esta investigación con el objetivo de valorar los impactos ambientales, económicos, sociales y políticos derivados de las actividades de Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) en cuatro poblaciones del estado de Tabasco. Se enmarca el estudio en la dinámica social comunitaria derivada de las actividades de la petrolera con la finalidad de conocer cómo afectan a los habitantes las relaciones con PEMEX y con los gobiernos locales. Partimos de la hipótesis de que el deterioro ambiental, histór...

  5. Sol, Tierra y Luna. Movimientos relativos y sus consecuencias

    Cardenete García, Sebastián

    2011-01-01

    Cuando se pregunta a los estudiantes por la causa de las estaciones suelen responder: “en verano estamos más próximos al Sol y en invierno estamos más lejos del Sol”. La persistencia de esta idea y el hecho de su generalización entre los estudiantes y muchos adultos me ha inducido a escribir este artículo, en el cual se trata de explicar, de una forma clara y simple, el motivo de este y otros fenómenos debidos al movimiento de la Luna alrededor de la Tierra y de ésta alrededor del Sol....

  6. Corrosivity Index Copper and Steel at Two Locations in Villahermosa, Tabasco

    Tejero-Rivas María Candelaria

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents a study of the atmospheric corrosion of copper and carbon steel made ​​in two environments Villahermosa, Tabasco for six months. The test site of the industrial zone started Villahermosa Institute of Technology (ITVH and rural-urban site at the Technological University of Tabasco (UTTAB. Aluminum in combination with a screw carbon steel provided the index marine corrosivity (MA, the brass screw gives the index of industrial corrosivity (IA; wire method of screw according to ASTM G116-93 was used and the plastic screw nylon gives the rate of rural-urban corrosivity (RUA. The determination of air pollutants (sulfur dioxide and chlorides, was with the methods of wet candle and sulfation plates according to ISO 9225. Morphology studies were performed on the corrosion products formed on the specimens screw, using scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy dispersive. The corrosion products that formed on the surface of copper and carbon steel, having a bulb-shaped morphology characteristic of the addition of soluble salts, particularly sulphates and chlorides, were identified in the two stations.

  7. Prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in domestic dogs in Tabasco, southeastern Mexico.

    Torres-Chablé, Oswaldo Margarito; García-Herrera, Ricardo Alfonso; Hernández-Hernández, Melchor; Peralta-Torres, Jorge Alonso; Ojeda-Robertos, Nadia Florencia; Blitvich, Bradley John; Baak-Baak, Carlos Marcial; García-Rejón, Julián Everardo; Machain-Wiliams, Carlos Ignacio

    2015-01-01

    The overall goal of this study was to estimate the prevalence of gastrointestinal (GI) parasites in dogs in the city of Villahermosa in Tabasco, Mexico. The study population consisted of 302 owned dogs that had limited access to public areas. A fecal sample was collected from each animal and examined for GI parasites by conventional macroscopic analysis and centrifugal flotation. Fecal samples from 80 (26.5%) dogs contained GI parasites. Of these, 58 (19.2%) were positive for helminths and 22 (7.3%) were positive for protozoan parasites. At least seven parasitic species were identified. The most common parasite was Ancylostoma caninum which was detected in 48 (15.9%) dogs. Other parasites detected on multiple occasions were Cystoisospora spp. (n = 19), Toxocara canis (n = 7) and Giardia spp. (n = 3). Three additional parasites, Dipylidium caninum, Trichuris vulpis and Uncinaria spp., were each detected in a single dog. No mixed parasitic infections were identified. In summary, we report a moderately high prevalence of GI parasites in owned dogs in Villahermosa, Tabasco. Several parasitic species identified in this study are recognized zoonotic pathogens which illustrates the important need to routinely monitor and treat dogs that live in close proximity to humans for parasitic infections. PMID:26648011

  8. Petrology, chemistry, age and irradiation history of Luna 24 samples

    Wasserburg, G. J.; Papanastassiou, D. A.; Mcculloch, M. T.; Huneke, J. C.; Dymek, R. F.; Depaolo, D. J.; Chodos, A. A.; Albee, A. L.; Radicati Di Brozolo, F.

    1978-01-01

    The results of petrological, chemical, isotopic age determination and irradiation studies of sample 24170 from the 170 cm depth of the regolith core returned from Mare Crisium by Luna 24 are presented. The sample is found to be comprised of fragments from a single igneous rock, with mineralogical evidence indicating it to be a mare basalt. The crystallization age is determined by Sm-Nd and Ar(40)-Ar(39) ages to be 3.30 AE, establishing the presence of relatively young flows. All soil samples show low trace element compositions with minimum contamination by KREEPUTh-rich materials. Rb-Sr and Sm-Nd relations reflect the absence of significant fractionation at ages younger than 4.5 AE. One soil sample shows extremely large neutron capture effects, imposing a new lower limit to the neutron production rate in the regolith and requiring the addition of irradiated materials from depth.

  9. Offshore platform supplied by photovoltaic panels: Luna B

    Boschi, S.; Vacca, A. (AGIP, Milan (Italy))

    1992-04-01

    AGIP (the Italian General Petroleum Company) currently operates about 60 offshore oil platforms in the Adriatic Sea. For the most part, these platforms, manned and remote controlled, receive their power supplies via cable from from on-shore facilities or by means of gas or diesel generator sets mounted on the rigs themselves. The unmanned platforms require about 400 Watts (continuous) of electrical power which can be supplied through the use of solar panels coupled with an auxiliary storage battery. However, these platforms also require additional power furnished by a gas driven generator set when maintenance crews are on board to perform their tasks. This generator can also be used to supply power in bad weather conditions. To illustrate the feasibility of the use of photovoltaic power supplies, this paper describes the key design, performance and operation features of the Luna B hybrid power supply system installed on an AGIP offshore platform located in the Ionian Sea about 10 km from Crotone.

  10. Petrology, chemistry, age and irradiation history of Luna 24 samples

    The results of petrological, chemical, isotopic age determination and irradiation studies of sample 24170 from the 170 cm depth of the regolith core returned from Mare Crisium by Luna 24 are presented. The sample is found to be comprised of fragments from a single igneous rock, with mineralogical evidence indicating it to be a mare basalt. The crystallization age is determined by Sm-Nd and Ar(40)-Ar(39) ages to be 3.30 AE, establishing the presence of relatively young flows. All soil samples show low trace element compositions with minimum contamination by KREEPUTh-rich materials. Rb-Sr and Sm-Nd relations reflect the absence of significant fractionation at ages younger than 4.5 AE. One soil sample shows extremely large neutron capture effects, imposing a new lower limit to the neutron production rate in the regolith and requiring the addition of irradiated materials from depth

  11. [Regulation of surrogate gestation and maternity in the state of Tabasco].

    Ortiz, Miguel Ángel León

    2015-01-01

    In recent years, one of the most disconcerting issues in bioethics, a field closely related to legal disciplines, is surrogate gestation or surrogacy. Very little is known about the medical nature of these novel therapeutic processes in legal study. Different dilemmas emerge in the fields of ethics, medicine and law. This paper analyses the normative content of the Tabasco civil regime with respect to the concepts, types and effects of surrogacy. It emphasizes the primacy of protecting the physical and emotional integrity of pregnant women and the legal protection of the nasciturus. In addition, this paper shows the exceptional nature of this prerogative for infertile people who cannot get pregnant through any other medical means, by posing surrogacy's ultima ratio regum characteristics. PMID:26665348

  12. Prevalencia de desnutrición en menores de cinco años de Tabasco

    Lastra-Escudero Lucio G.; Roldán-Fernández Silvia G.; Hernández-Martínez Enrique; Hernández-Torres Alma Patricia; Lechuga-Padrón Félix Gerardo

    1998-01-01

    Objetivo. Evaluar la prevalencia de desnutrición que se presentó en niños tabasqueños menores de cinco años en 1996, y su evolución entre 1991 y 1996. Material y métodos. Se realizó un estudio de corte transversal que incluyó a 1 256 niños de 593 comunidades (31 urbanas y 562 rurales) de los 17 municipios de Tabasco. Resultados. El indicador peso/edad registró 41% de prevalencia de desnutrición, distribuida en leve (26.12%), moderada (12.62%) y severa (2.39%). En niños de entre 1 y 5 años la ...

  13. Luna-Glob project in the context of the past and present lunar exploration in Russia

    E M Galimov

    2005-12-01

    The Russian Luna-Glob project has been conceived with a view to understand the origin of the Earth –Moon system.The objectives and main features of the Luna-Glob mission,which will mainly study the internal structure of the Moon by seismic instruments,are described in the context of the past and current program of lunar exploration in Russia.

  14. Use of seismic data for statistical estimation of outcome probabilities of complexly faulted structures in Tabasco Basin, Mexico

    Berlanga, J.M.; Harbaugh, J.W.

    1981-03-01

    Seismic data can be used for statistical estimation of the exploration outcomes of specific prospects. This study involves estimation of the outcome probabilities for complexly faulted domal structures in the Tabasco basin of Mexico. Seismic reflection times were contoured by computer throughout much of the Tabasco basin, employing a special computer algorithm to accommodate the complex system of faults. Computer contouring was deemed essential for systematic statistical treatment. The probability estimates relating presence of petroleum to seismically interpreted structures involved combining two independent sources of uncertainty, namely, uncertainty in the contoured representation of the structures, and uncertainty as to the presence of petroleum in view of the specific attributes of the structures. Residuals from third-degree polynomial trend surfaces. The procedures developed could be used in other regions.

  15. Panorama y desarrollo de las ciencias sociales en el estado de Tabasco Outlook for and Development of Social Sciences in the State of Tabasco

    Rodolfo Uribe Iniesta

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo presenta el panorama y describe el desarrollo de las reflexiones y diagnósticos del pensamiento social y las ciencias sociales sobre y desde el estado de Tabasco; y las condiciones del entorno social local en el que se practican. En el trabajo se demuestra que la producción de este tipo de trabajos es perfectamente acorde a los momentos de crisis y por su tipo refleja perfectamente los momentos de continuidad y ruptura en la historia del estado a pesar de un entorno sociocultural poco propicio. Así, por ejemplo, las ciencias sociales son sub-sumidas a un papel de mera contabilidad social, legitimación y promoción durante el periodo del desarrollismo económico (1953-1970 caracterizado por la construcción de grandes obras de infraestructura y planes de desarrollo agropecuario territorial, o durante la expansión de las obras de exploración y explotación petrolera; pero son llamadas a encontrar explicaciones y alternativas cuando la población regional reacciona contra los excesos y resultados no deseados de tales desarrollos, como ocurre con la resistencia contra el Plan Chontalpa y posteriormente con la resistencia contra los impactos de la industria petrolera. En el momento de mayor auge económico petrolero y su crisis, se hace un esfuerzo por implantar localmente la enseñanza y la investigación de dichas disciplinas, a la vez que ofrecen un discurso alternativo de desarrollo endógeno. Posteriormente, a partir de mediados de la década de los noventa llama la atención que la planeación se realiza a escala macrorregional y los trabajos locales pasan de depender de proyectos institucionales a iniciativas personales de funcionarios locales que dan los espacios o promueven las investigaciones y las publicaciones.This article presents an overview and description of the development of the reflections on and diagnosis of social thought and social sciences on and from the state of Tabasco; and the conditions of the

  16. Improving agricultural productivity in the savannah of Tabasco State, Mexico: II. Management of nitrogen-fixing legumes

    A series of experiments was carried out in a strongly acidic (with high Al and Fe) and infertile Ultisol to enhance the N inputs derived from biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) through the legume- Rhizobium symbiosis and to draw recommendations on the best agronomic practices needed to intensify sustainable maize production of the subtropical savannahs of Mexico. A large diversity of native Rhizobium strains with variable N fixation capacity exists for use with legume species of agricultural interest in the savannah of Tabasco. Of the black common bean genotypes evaluated, 'N. Sahuatoba, DOR 448, TPL 18 and TPL 16' showed the best potential in terms of BNF (% NdfA and fixed N) and they can be recommended for the savannah of Tabasco. Cajanus cajan and Canavalia ensiformis are the multipurpose legumes with greatest potential in terms of BNF and biomass yield, specially when P fertilized, for the acid Ultisols of the Tabasco region. These legumes can be grown in monoculture and in association with maize and they can be recommended as green manures to reduce the need for chemical N fertilizers. The growth, biomass production and recovery of fertilizer N by selected maize genotypes were better when grown as monoculture than in association with legumes. The wild type 'Dosmesano' was superior to the other maize genotypes tested. Further studies are needed to increase the N inputs from the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis to contribute to improving productivity and sustainability of the agricultural production on the acid savannah soils of Mexico. (author)

  17. Treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis with localized current field (radio frequency) in Tabasco, Mexico.

    Velasco-Castrejon, O; Walton, B C; Rivas-Sanchez, B; Garcia, M F; Lazaro, G J; Hobart, O; Roldan, S; Floriani-Verdugo, J; Munguia-Saldana, A; Berzaluce, R

    1997-09-01

    In Mexico cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) occurs in 17 of 32 States, and is a serious public health problem. This is a report of treatment of CL patients in the State of Tabasco, Mexico with a localized current field-radio frequency (LCF-RF) device to generate precisely controlled heat as an alternative to prohibitively expensive drug treatment. It was not a controlled clinical trial, but rather an evaluation of the feasibility of this form of treatment for all CL patients encountered in the endemic area. A total of 201 previously diagnosed patients with CL caused by Leishmania mexicana were treated with a portable Thermosurgery LCF-RF generator powered by rechargeable batteries. The ages of the patients ranged from two to 75 years; the sex distribution was 63% males and 37% females. A single device was used in five different municipalities. Lesions were first anesthetized with 1% lidocaine HCl and moistened with normal saline solution. Treatment consisted of a single application that produced 50 degrees C for 30 sec. After four weeks, 122 patients were available for evaluation, of which 95% were totally cured; (even those involving ear cartilage, which respond poorly to antimonials). At eight weeks post-treatment, 191 patients were evaluated, with a total cure rate of 90%. This form of treatment proved to be effective and convenient for use in primary health care facilities in Mexico and has many advantages over traditional forms of therapy. PMID:9311641

  18. [Diversity of insects captured by weaver spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) in the cocoa agroecosystem in Tabasco, Mexico].

    Pérez-de La Cruz, Manuel; Sánchez-Soto, Saúl; Ortíz-García, Carlos F; Zapata-Mata, Raúl; Cruz-Pérez, Aracely de la

    2007-01-01

    The aim of this work was to know the diversity of insects captured by weaver spiders in a plantation of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) of 6 ha in the State of Tabasco, Mexico. The study was carried out from July 2004 to June 2005 by means biweekly samples of the insects captured on the spiders webs. The total of 3,041 webs of 54 species of spiders belonging to seven families (Araneidae, Theridiidae, Tetragnathidae, Uloboridae, Pholcidae, Dyctinidae and Linyphiidae) were revised. We found 1,749 specimens belonging to 10 orders of insects, represented by 93 families, the majority of Coleoptera, Diptera and Hemiptera that constituted 74% of the identified families. The biggest number of specimens of all orders was captured by Araneidae, except of Isoptera, whose specimens were captured mainly by the family Theridiidae. The index of diversity (H'), evenness (J') and similarity (Is), applied to know the diversity of families of insects captured among families of spiders, varied from 0.00 to 3.24, 0.00 to 0.81, and 0.04 to 0.522, respectively. We conclude that there is a wide diversity of insects predated by the weaver spiders in the cocoa agroecosystem, and that there are species that can be promising for the biological control of pests. PMID:17420866

  19. Plan de manejo integral del sitio arqueológico Santa Elena, Tabasco, México

    Ernesto González Licón

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se destaca la importancia histórica, cultural y turística del sitio arqueológico de Santa Elena, en el Estado de Tabasco, México. Mediante la ejecución de un proyecto de investigación arqueológica y Plan de Manejo Integral se pretende desarrollar todos estos aspectos para la recuperación del sitio y su entorno ecológico. Con la participación de los más amplios y diversos sectores públicos y privados interesados de los tres niveles de gobierno –federal, estatal y municipal–, se plantea el diseño de un Plan de manejo local y regional que permita el desarrollo sustentable de la zona y de su entorno para que sea abierta al público en general. Lo anterior será una fuente de información y conocimiento histórico, cultural, identitario y ecoturístico, que coadyuvará en el desarrollo integral de las comunidades actuales vecinas y cercanas.

  20. Plan de manejo integral del sitio arqueológico Santa Elena, Tabasco, México

    Ernesto González Licón

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se destaca la importancia histórica, cultural y turística del sitio arqueológico de Santa Elena, en el Estado de Tabasco, México. Mediante la ejecución de un proyecto de investigación arqueológica y Plan de Manejo Integral se pretende desarrollar todos estos aspectos para la recuperación del sitio y su entorno ecológico. Con la participación de los más amplios y diversos sectores públicos y privados interesados de los tres niveles de gobierno –federal, estatal y municipal–, se plantea el diseño de un Plan de manejo local y regional que permita el desarrollo sustentable de la zona y de su entorno para que sea abierta al público en general. Lo anterior será una fuente de información y conocimiento histórico, cultural, identitario y ecoturístico, que coadyuvará en el desarrollo integral de las comunidades actuales vecinas y cercanas.

  1. Chemistry and thermal history of metal particles in Luna 20 soils.

    Goldstein, J. I.; Blau, P. J.

    1973-01-01

    Individual metal particles from Luna 20 thin sections 521, 513 and 514 as well as several small metallic inclusions in silicate particles from Luna 20 thin sections 501 and 502 were examined using optical microscopy and the electron microprobe. All the metallic particles and inclusions analyzed are of meteoritic Co-Ni content as are most of the metallic particles from the Fra Mauro and the Apollo 16 highlands sites. It is proposed that most of the metal at these 3 sites had its origin in the meteoritic projectiles that bombarded and accumulated in the early lunar crust. It is apparent that the metallic particles and some of the metallic inclusions in the Luna 20 soil have been subjected to reheating on the moon and this process has removed any evidence of the original meteoritic microstructure of the metal.

  2. Luna 24 - Systematics in spinel mineral chemistry in the context of an intrusive petrogenetic grid

    Haggerty, S. E.

    1978-01-01

    Spinels in the Luna 24 gabbroic fragments have a restricted bimodal distribution of aluminum chromite and ulvospinel, whereas those in the Luna 24 basalts form a continuous sequence which defines a compositional variation from Al-Mg-chromites to ulvospinels containing 1 wt% Al2O3. A comparison of these spinel mineral chemistries with basaltic spinels from other mare regions and with spinels from other lunar intrusive rocks suggest that the Luna 24 gabbroic spinels lie at the low pressure end of a P-T spinel grid, and that titanium enrichment trends on Mg-Al-Cr rich spinel cores are related to extrusion and formed at the terminal stages of magmatic crystallization.

  3. Fractura de cadera en adultos mayores: prevalencia y costos en dos hospitales. Tabasco, México, 2009 Hip fracture in older adults: prevalence and costs in two hospitals. Tabasco, Mexico, 2009

    Elsy del Carmen Quevedo-Tejero; Marco Antonio Zavala-González; Arianna del Carmen Hernández-Gamas; Hilda María Hernández-Ortega

    2011-01-01

    Objetivos. Determinar la prevalencia y costos directos de atención de fractura de cadera en adultos mayores derechohabientes usuarios de los hospitales de referencia del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS) y de Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) en Villahermosa, Tabasco, México, en el año 2009. Materiales y métodos. Estudio transversal. La información se basó en los registros de intervenciones quirúrgicas e informes institucionales de adultos mayores hospitalizados con registro de su atenció...

  4. Micromicetos del suelo de una plantación de plátano (Musa paradisiaca) en Teapa, Tabasco, México Soil microfungi from a banana (Musa paradisiaca) plantation in Teapa, Tabasco, Mexico

    Mariana Del Olmo-Ruiz; Joaquín Cifuentes-Blanco; Guadalupe Vidal-Gaona; Edmundo Rosique-Gil

    2010-01-01

    Se analizó la micobiota presente en el suelo de un cultivo de plátano (Musa paradisiaca L.) en el municipio de Teapa en el estado de Tabasco, México. Los objetivos fueron conocer las especies habitantes de este suelo y la dinámica de la comunidad con respecto a la composición de especies a lo largo de un año. Se llevaron a cabo 4 muestreos durante temporadas distintas y los aislamientos se realizaron mediante la técnica de dilución en placa. Se recuperaron 91 colonias, correspondientes a 30 e...

  5. Zonificación edafoclimática para el cultivo de Jatropha curcas L., en Tabasco, México

    Rigoberto González Mancillas

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen. El agotamiento de las reservas petrolíferas y la creciente demanda energética mundial, ponen en evidencia la necesidad de ampliar la oferta de aceites para la producción de biodiesel. El objetivo principal de este estudio, fue determinar las zonas aptas con diferentes aptitudes agroecológicas, para establecer el cultivo de Jatropha curcas en el estado de Tabasco. Para ello se definieron cuatro tipos de aptitud: óptima, adecuada, marginal por déficit térmico e hídrico, y marginal por exceso térmico e hídrico. Para el recurso suelo se consideró la fertilidad, profundidad, textura y pH, y se utilizó la clase de aptitud óptima. La delimitación de estas zonas se generó mediante la implementación de un sistema de información geográfica (SIG, el cual facilitó la manipulación y sobreposición de capas de información temática de clima y suelo. El análisis promedio anual de temperatura demostró que todo el estado de Tabasco presenta aptitud óptima y con el de precipitación se obtuvo una superficie de 2 229 631 ha con aptitud óptima. En lo referente al recurso suelo se detectaron 37 subunidades de suelo con aptitud óptima, sumando una superficie de 945 462 ha. Al realizar el álgebra de mapas entre las aptitudes óptimas climáticas (temperatura, precipitación y periodo de crecimiento y edafológicas, se obtuvieron 833 181 ha con aptitud agroecológica óptima, por lo que en el estado de Tabasco es factible cultivar esta oleaginosa para producir biocombustibles.

  6. Plantas útiles en la medicina tradicional de Malpasito-Huimanguillo, Tabasco, México

    Edelia Claudina Villarreal-Ibarra

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available En México las plantas medicinales son el recurso terapéutico por excelencia en la medicina tradicional, es rescatable en gran medida por constituir un importante elemento al combinar el conocimiento popular con el científi co para el tratamiento de diversas enfermedades en la atención primaria de la salud. El presente estudio documenta el conocimiento tradicional de las plantas medicinales en la comunidad de Malpasito, dentro de la Reserva Ecológica de Agua Selva en Huimanguillo, Tabasco, México. Se incluye un inventario de plantas medicinales de la región, información sobre el uso terapéutico, la forma de preparación y parte vegetal utilizada. La información se recabó mediante entrevistas estructuradas TRAMIL. Se registraron 128 especies de plantas medicinales empleadas en la comunidad distribuidas en 63 familias botánicas cuyas especies dominantes pertenence a: Asteraceae (10, Leguminosae y Lamiaceae (siete, Verbeneaceae (cinco, Rutaceae y Solanaceae (cuatro. Se reportan 13 especies medicinales con nivel de uso signifi cativo superior al 20%. Los usos medicinales se agruparon y clasifi caron en 17 categorías, en orden de prioridad: desórdenes del sistema digestivo, genitourinario y endócrino, seguidos de las infecciones y desórdenes del sistema respiratorio. Los resultados sugieren la necesidad de futuros estudios de valoración científica para las especies locales empleadas para el tratamiento de alguna enfermedad.

  7. PLÁTANO MACHO (Musa aab, CÁRDENAS, TABASCO, MÉXICO

    Eder Ramos-Hern\\u00E1ndez

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Este experimento se realizó en Cárdenas, Tabasco, México en un suelo con textura franca, pH moderadamente ácido, contenido de materia orgánica y nitrógeno total bajo, cultivado con plátano macho, con el objetivo de determinar el control de arvenses con A. pintoi en una plantación de plátano macho. Se utilizó un arreglo factoria l alojado en un diseño de bloques completos al azar, con sombreado y tip o de cobertura vegetal asocia da al plátano como factores, con tres repe ticiones (octubre 2008-agosto 2009. Tanto el factor sombreado como el factor cobertura tuvie ron dos niveles de porcentaje: 45 (s= ± 11,1 y 50 (s= ± 13,2% de sombra, para suelos con arvenses y, con A. pintoi, respectivamente. Se utilizaron los índices de Shannon-Wie ver (H´ y similitud de Sörensen (S para determinar la riqueza de especie s. A los once meses después de establecido el experimento los valores de H´ no mostrarondiferencias significativas entre los tratamientos, S= 0,8 entre los dos niveles de sombra. Las especie s arvenses dominantes fueron: T. triangulare, S. podophylum, P. paniculatum y C. diffusa. Entre los tratamie ntos probados, el de suelo con arvenses a nivel de 50% de sombra fue el que presentó (p=0,05 mayor producción MS (375,3 ± 83,3 g/m2. La MS producida por A. pintoi fue mayor (p=0,05 con 45% (s= ± 11,1 de sombra (198 g/m2 que la producida a 50% (s= ± 13,2 sombra (150,4 g/m2. Se encontró que el nivel de efectividad de A. pintoi para controlar arvenses fue de 52,3% (con 45 ± 11,1% de sombra y 70,5% (con 50 ± 13,2% sombra.

  8. BALANCE HÍDRICO Y CLASIFICACIÓN CLIMÁTICA DEL ESTADO DE TABASCO, MÉXICO

    O Ruiz-Álvarez; R Arteaga-Ramírez; MA Vázquez-Peña; RE Ontiveros Capurata; R. López-López

    2012-01-01

    El trabajo consiste en el balance hídrico y clasificación climática para el estado de Tabasco, con el objeto de definir épocas y regiones con déficit o exceso de humedad y clasificar el clima de este Estado con la metodología de Thornthwaite. Del total de estaciones climatológicas del Estado, se seleccionaron 40 con datos promedios mensuales de temperatura y precipitación, el resto no contó con ambas variables. 25 de las 40 estaciones además tenían datos de evaporación. En el cálculo de la ev...

  9. Caracterización polinica estacional de miel inmadura de Apis mellifera L. en el Estado de Tabasco

    Castellanos Potenciano, Blanca Patricia

    2010-01-01

    La presente investigación es una contribución al conocimiento de la flora de interés apícola y a los hábitos de pecoreo de Apis mellifera L. basado en análisis melisopalinológicos de miel inmadura colectada de Febrero a Mayo del 2009, en las principales subregiones apícolas del estado de Tabasco: subregión Centro (municipio Centro); subregión Chontalpa (municipios Cárdenas y Paraíso); subregión Ríos (municipios Balancán y Tenosique) y subregión Sierra (municipio Tacotalpa). Se encontró que 29...

  10. Soil mechanics results of Luna 16 and Lunokhod 1: A preliminary report

    Johnson, S. W.; Carrier, W. D., III

    1971-01-01

    The physical and mechanical properties of the lunar soil, as determined by Luna 16 and Lunokhod 1 experiments, are discussed. Data are included for interactions between vehicle wheels and the lunar soil, compressibility, resistance to penetration, and friction characteristics of the soil. The shear strength of the returned lunar soil for various bulk densities is also examined. Several potential spacecraft materials were tested in contact with lunar soil to determine their friction and wear characteristics.

  11. Luna : [luuletused] / Kristjan Jaak Peterson ; lühibiograafia: S. S. [Svetlan Semenenko

    Peterson, Kristian Jaak, 1801-1822

    1999-01-01

    Sisu: Luna / tlk. Vs. Rozhdestvenski; Druzhba ; Pesnja, slozhennaja v kortshme Tuule po doroge iz Tartu v Rigu, kuda ja otpravilsja navestit rodnõh ; Pesnja Jaaka (on sidit v odinotshestve na gore) / tlk. A. Sokolov ; V den Martina Lutera / tlk. Vs. Rozhdestvenski. Orig.: Kuu ; Sõprus ; Laul, kui ma Tartust läksin Riia poole oma vanemaid vaatama... ; Mardi Lutheruse päeval ; Jaagu laul. Ta istub üksi mäe peal

  12. Las fases de la luna, ¿Cómo y cúando enseñarlas? Phases of the moon: how and when teach them?

    Alicia Kriner

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza diversos componentes del contenido "las fases de la Luna", un contenido complejo de enseñar y difícil de aprender debido al alto grado de abstracción de los conceptos y el conocimiento espacial que requiere. Para ello, se detallan los conocimientos que permiten la comprensión del fenómeno de las fases de la Luna, se exponen las ideas erróneas más habituales que tienen los individuos, tanto los adultos como los niños, se proponen actividades didácticas para la enseñanza de este contenido y se examina el tratamiento que se le da al tema en algunos textos escolares y en algunos diseños curriculares.This article analyses different aspects of the content "Phases of the Moon", content that is complex to teach and difficult to learn on account of the high degree of abstraction of the concepts and the spatial understanding that it requires. In this work the facts that allow the understanding of the phases of the Moon aredescribed. The most common misconceptions found in adults and children are defined, and didactic activities for this content teaching set out and the treatment of this subject in some textbooks and some curriculum designs examined.

  13. A global scale mechanistic model of photosynthetic capacity (LUNA V1.0)

    Ali, A. A.; Xu, C.; Rogers, A.; Fisher, R. A.; Wullschleger, S. D.; Massoud, E. C.; Vrugt, J. A.; Muss, J. D.; McDowell, N. G.; Fisher, J. B.; Reich, P. B.; Wilson, C. J.

    2016-02-01

    Although plant photosynthetic capacity as determined by the maximum carboxylation rate (i.e., Vc, max25) and the maximum electron transport rate (i.e., Jmax25) at a reference temperature (generally 25 °C) is known to vary considerably in space and time in response to environmental conditions, it is typically parameterized in Earth system models (ESMs) with tabulated values associated with plant functional types. In this study, we have developed a mechanistic model of leaf utilization of nitrogen for assimilation (LUNA) to predict photosynthetic capacity at the global scale under different environmental conditions. We adopt an optimality hypothesis to nitrogen allocation among light capture, electron transport, carboxylation and respiration. The LUNA model is able to reasonably capture the measured spatial and temporal patterns of photosynthetic capacity as it explains ˜ 55 % of the global variation in observed values of Vc, max25 and ˜ 65 % of the variation in the observed values of Jmax25. Model simulations with LUNA under current and future climate conditions demonstrate that modeled values of Vc, max25 are most affected in high-latitude regions under future climates. ESMs that relate the values of Vc, max25 or Jmax25 to plant functional types only are likely to substantially overestimate future global photosynthesis.

  14. Bionomics data and descriptions of the immatures of Calyptocephala gerstaeckeri Boheman (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), pest of the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis J.) and camedor palm (Chamaedorea elegans Mart.) (Arecaceae) in Tabasco, Mexico; Datos bionomicos y descripcion de los inmaduros de Calyptocephala gerstaeckeri Boheman (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), plaga de la Palma Aceitera (Elaeis guineensis J.) y de la Palma Camedor (Chamaedorea elegans Mart.) (Arecaceae) en Tabasco, Mexico

    Cordova-Ballona, Leonides [Universidad Popular de la Chontalpa, Tabasco (Mexico); Sanchez-Soto, Saul [Colegio de Postgraduados, Tabasco (Mexico). Campus Tabasco

    2008-11-15

    Characters of the external morphology of egg, larval instars and pupae of Calyptocephala gerstaeckeri Boheman, insect pest of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis J.) and camedor palm (Chamaedorea elegans Mart.) in the State of Tabasco, Mexico, are described and illustrated. Some bionomics data are also presented. The specie was reared in the laboratory on young oil palm plants. (author)

  15. Simulation of the concentration of SO{sub 2} issued by major stationary sources in 2003 in northwestern Chiapas and central Tabasco, Mexico; Simulacion de la concentracion de SO{sub 2} emitido por fuentes fijas mayores durante 2003 en el noroeste de Chiapas y centro de Tabasco, Mexico

    Valdes Manzanilla, Arturo [Division Academica de Ciencias Biologicas, UJAT, Villahermosa, Tabasco (Mexico)]. E-mail: avmanzanilla@hotmail.com; Fernandez Garcia, German [Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara Campus Tabasco, Villahermosa, Tabasco (Mexico); Ramos Herrera, Sergio [Division Academica de Ciencias Biologicas, UJAT, Villahermosa, Tabasco (Mexico); Bautista Margulis, Raul G. [Division Academica de Ciencias Biologicas, UJAT, Villahermosa, Tabasco (Mexico)

    2008-05-15

    The CALPUFF dispersion model was used to simulate the spatial distribution of the SO{sub 2} emitted by Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) gas-processing complexes in Cactus, NW Chiapas, Nuevo PEMEX and Ciudad PEMEX, in central Tabasco, during 2003. It was found that the zone with the highest concentrations of SO{sub 2} is located SW from the PEMEX facilities. The zone, where the World Health Organization's norm for SO{sub 2} is surpassed (20 {mu}g/m{sup 3}), includes the city of Reforma, Chiapas and Ciudad PEMEX, Tabasco. [Spanish] El modelo de dispersion CALPUFF fue usado para simular la distribucion espacial de la concentracion de SO{sub 2} emitido por los complejos procesadores de gas de Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) en Cactus, en el noroeste de Chiapas, Nuevo PEMEX y Ciudad PEMEX, en el centro de Tabasco, durante 2003. Se encontro que la zona con mayor concentracion de SO{sub 2} esta localizada al suroeste de las instalaciones de la empresa petrolera. La zona, donde la norma de la Organizacion Mundial de la Salud para el SO{sub 2} es sobrepasada (20 {mu}g/m{sup 3}), incluye la ciudad de Reforma, Chiapas y Ciudad PEMEX, Tabasco.

  16. IDENTIFICACIÓN DEL AGENTE CAUSAL E IMPORTANCIA DE LA GOMOSIS EN LA ZONA CITRICOLA DE HUIMANGUIILLO, TABASCO, MÉXICO

    JA Acosta-Pérez; CF Ortiz-García; JM Zaldívar-Cruz; M Rodríguez-Cuevas; CC Bautista-Muñoz; C de la Cruz Castillo-Aguilar

    2012-01-01

    El presente estudio consistió en identicar la especie Phytophthora causante de la gomosis o podredumbre del pie en cultivos de Naranja 'Valenciana' (Citrus sinensis) y Limón 'Persa' (Citrus latifolia) en la Sabana de Huimanguillo, Tabasco. De 34 sitios muestreados sistemáticamente se lograron obtener 13 aislamientos de Phytophthora en tejidos de tallo y frutos enfermos. Para esto, se utilizaron medio selectivo agar zanahoria (zanahoria 10 %-agar Pimaricina, Rifampicina, Vancomicina y PCNB. La...

  17. Micromicetos del suelo de una plantación de plátano (Musa paradisiaca en Teapa, Tabasco, México Soil microfungi from a banana (Musa paradisiaca plantation in Teapa, Tabasco, Mexico

    Mariana Del Olmo-Ruiz

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Se analizó la micobiota presente en el suelo de un cultivo de plátano (Musa paradisiaca L. en el municipio de Teapa en el estado de Tabasco, México. Los objetivos fueron conocer las especies habitantes de este suelo y la dinámica de la comunidad con respecto a la composición de especies a lo largo de un año. Se llevaron a cabo 4 muestreos durante temporadas distintas y los aislamientos se realizaron mediante la técnica de dilución en placa. Se recuperaron 91 colonias, correspondientes a 30 especies diferentes de hongos mitospóricos, de las cuales únicamente Aspergillus flavus Link, Fusarium nivale (Fr. Ces y Trichoderma harzianum Rifai fueron especies residentes de ese suelo y el resto, esporádicas. El índice de similitud de Sorensen evidenció una sucesión de especies entre las temporadas de muestreo. Del total de especies determinadas en este estudio, 8 no habían sido encontradas como habitantes de suelos mexicanos. Asimismo, se mostró que el suelo analizado es un hábitat muy rico en micromicetos y que es necesario incrementar los esfuerzos de colecta para tener un mayor conocimiento sobre la diversidad en nuestro país.In this study, we analyzed the soil microfungal community from a banana (Musa paradisiaca L. plantation in Teapa, a municipality of Tabasco State in Mexico. The objectives were to determine the fungal species present and to analyze the community composition throughout an entire year. We performed 4 samplings during different seasons and the fungal isolates were recovered using the dilution plate technique. We isolated 91 strains from 30 different mitosporic species where only Aspergillus flavus Link, Fusarium nivale (Fr. Ces and Trichoderma harzianum Rifai were considered as resident species while the remaining species were sporadic. The Sorensen similarity index suggested that species succession had occurred among the sampling seasons. From all the species identified in this survey, 8 had not been found as

  18. Comercialización de leche a través de máquinas expendedoras en el Estado de Tabasco, México

    Juana Guerrero González

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de la investigación fue obtener información sobre los consumidores de productos lácteos en el estado, sus preferencias y hábitos de compra, a partir de la cual se pudiera comprobar si existen condiciones mercadológicas que garanticen la adecuada implementación de un proyecto para la comercialización de leche a través de máquinas expendedoras en el estado de Tabasco. El tipo de estudio realizado fue de corte descriptivo típico ya que se basó en la aplicación de cuestionarios a 846 familias de un total de 559 114 del estado ubicadas en los diferentes municipios de Tabasco, a través de la determinación de muestras por conglomerados. Su aplicación se realizó a través de alumnos de la Universidad Tecnológica de Tabasco y el análisis estadístico se realizó a través del Software DYANE. Esta investigación demostró que el uso de máquinas expendedoras para la comercialización de la leche en el estado de Tabasco se visualiza bastante factible ya que los hogares tabasqueños manifiestan experiencia en el uso de mecanismos de despacho y una amplia disposición a comprar este alimento a través de este tipo de dispositivos, prescindiendo incluso de un envasado previo, si esto representara una reducción del precio del venta del producto. También se detectó que existe un mercado de 26 012 familias, es decir, casi el 5 % del total de los hogares de Tabasco que suele adquirir de forma diaria leche fresca (bronca, en cantidades de entre 1 a 3 litros en la búsqueda de frescura y de economía, en puntos de venta cercanos a su hogar, susceptible de ser el mercado potencial de este proyecto.

  19. The lunar regolith - Comparative studies of the Apollo and Luna sites. Chemistry of soils from Apollo 17, Luna 16, 20, and 24

    Laul, J. C.; Papike, J. J.; Simon, S. B.

    1982-01-01

    The present investigation represents an extension of a comparative regolith study reported by Labotka et al. (1980) to the Apollo 17 site and to the east limb of the moon (Luna 16, 20, and 24 sites). Chemical systematics are considered, taking into account major and minor element characteristics, and large ion-lithophile patterns (K, REE, and Th). Attention is also given to chemical mixing calculations and the significance of the fine fraction. It is found that the chemistries of 1000-90, 90-20, and 20-10 micrometer size fractions are very similar to each other but quite different from the 'less than 10 micrometer' fine fractions. The 'less than 10 micrometer' fine fractions, which comprise about 5 to 20% of the bulk soils, are consistently more feldspathic and enriched in LIL-rich material relative to the coarse fractions in all soils. The KREEP type is different at each site and is largely derived locally.

  20. The Economic Life of the Negritos of Luna, Apayao

    Ronald O. Ocampo

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available This study was conducted to document the economic activities of the Negritos of Lower Apayao. Specifically, it is intended to determine the economic activities of the Negritos of Lower Apayao; and determine coping strategies of the negritos for survival. The descriptive method of research was used with interview and observation as main data-gathering tools. Respondents of were 24 Negrito families however, key informants were also identified for the purpose of validating data generated from observations and interviews. Results showed that the economic activities done by the negritos are: foraging, hunting, fishing, paid labor, backyard hog and poultry raising, basket weaving, and upland farming. Their income derived from their daily economic activities is just sufficient for their daily existence. In order to survive, they have varied coping strategies which include caroling, mixing rice with cassava/ other rootcrops, simple living, bartering, engaging in other livelihood activities and getting acquaintance with other cultural groups to work with them in their farms.

  1. Chemistry and surface morphology of soil particles from Luna 20 LRL sample 22003.

    Carter, J. L.

    1973-01-01

    Optical and scanning electron microscopy, scanning electron microprobes and energy dispersion techniques were applied in an analysis of six siliceous glass spheres, five siliceous glass-bonded agglutinates and one breccia fragment from Luna 20 sample 22003. It is theorized that local meteor impact processes might have been responsible for the formation of most of the glass spheres and that the impacts of relatively high velocity particles might have been responsible for the craters observed on the surfaces of the spheres. The concentrations of iron spherules on the surfaces of the glass spheres were generally lower than in similar Apollo 11 and 12 glass spheres.

  2. The LUNA experiment at Gran Sasso Laboratory: Studying stars by going underground

    Accurate knowledge of thermonuclear reaction rates is a key issue in nuclear astrophysics: it is important for understanding the energy generation, neutrino production and the synthesis of the elements in stars and during primordial nucleosynthesis. Cross-section measurements are mainly hampered by the very low counting rate and cosmic background. An underground location is extremely advantageous for such studies, as demonstrated by the LUNA experiment in the Gran Sasso Laboratory (Italy). This paper reports on the results recently obtained by this experiment and on the future perspectives in the field

  3. Puente sobre el embalse de Barrios de Luna /León/España

    López Sáiz, José Manuel

    1984-05-01

    Full Text Available The bridge Carlos Fernández Casado covers the principal arm of the reservoir of Barrios de Luna, at the height of the former bridge of San Pedro de Luna, today covered by high waters. It is a suspension bridge with 440 m of space between its towers, with lateral bays each of 65 m. In carrying out the work the following phases were contemplated: — Counterweights. — Towers. — Braces. — Lintel. — Suspension. — Construction of the board. — Auscultation and control. The bridge is articulated in the center and with free longitudinal movement in order to permit the movements produced by retraction, flow and dilatation. This situation demands the carrying out, in the center of the bay, of a cap which permits vertical gyrations and horizontal displacements along the axle of the bridge and which prevents the rest of the movements. Both the project and the construction have been directed not only toward a viable construction from the point of view of resistance but also to obtain a balanced and esthetic work for the users of the highway.El puente Carlos Fernández Casado salva el brazo principal del embalse de Barrios de Luna, a la altura del antiguo pueblo de San Pedro de Luna, hoy inundado en aguas altas. Se trata de un puente atirantado de 440 m de luz entre sus torres, con vanos laterales de 65 m cada uno. En su ejecución se han contemplado las siguientes fases: — Contrapesos. — Torres. — Riostras. — Dintel. — Tirantes. — Construcción del tablero. — Auscultación y control. El puente está articulado en el centro y con libre movimiento longitudinal para permitir los movimientos producidos por retracción, fluencia y dilatación. Esta situación exige la ejecución, en el centro del vano, de una rótula que permita giros verticales y desplazamientos horizontales a lo largo del eje del puente y que impida el resto de los movimientos. Tanto el proyecto como la construcción se han

  4. The LUNA experiment at Gran Sasso Laboratory: Studying stars by going underground

    Guglielmetti, Alessandra

    2015-10-01

    Accurate knowledge of thermonuclear reaction rates is a key issue in nuclear astrophysics: it is important for understanding the energy generation, neutrino production and the synthesis of the elements in stars and during primordial nucleosynthesis. Cross-section measurements are mainly hampered by the very low counting rate and cosmic background. An underground location is extremely advantageous for such studies, as demonstrated by the LUNA experiment in the Gran Sasso Laboratory (Italy). This paper reports on the results recently obtained by this experiment and on the future perspectives in the field.

  5. El modelo sol-tierra-luna en el lenguaje iconográfico de estudiantes de magisterio

    Gil Quílez, M. José; Martínez Peña, M. Begoña

    2005-01-01

    Las ilustraciones que acompañan a los textos no siempre facilitan el proceso de aprendizaje. En este trabajo se estudian las representaciones gráfi cas y los textos que acompañan a las mismas, realizadas por estudiantes de Magisterio sobre los movimientos de la Tierra y de la Luna y sus consecuencias. Su análisis permite afi rmar que hay una falta de comprehensión del modelo Sol-Tierra-Luna. Así mismo los estudiantes tienen severas dificultades en expresarse mediante dibujos. Hay que evitar e...

  6. Estado del conocimiento del nivel educativo básico en tabasco generado por profesores formados en posgrados

    García Guzman, Verónica

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta un reporte de investigación sobre el estado del conocimiento de las obras generadas por profesores que cursaron un posgrado y desarrollaron un trabajo de investigación sobre educación básica (que en México va de preescolar a secundaria, en el Estado de Tabasco, México, durante la década de 2001 a 2011. Esta demanda emanó del Gobierno del Estado, el cual buscaba recuperar el conocimiento producido en ese nivel, ya que es el menos atendido en la investigación educativa nacional. Para tal fin se realizó un análisis del contenido de las producciones ubicadas en las instituciones que ofrecen posgrados en educación en la entidad. Se analizaron 294 obras, en su mayoría tesis, de las cuales el 67% fueron escritas por mujeres, en un contexto geográfico institucional (74%, con una marcada preferencia por la metodología cualitativa y el área de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Humano (43%. Se concluye que la orientación de la obra es mayor hacia el análisis pedagógico por la adscripción de los autores, y una perspectiva micro social, puesto que se realiza dentro de los mismos espacios de trabajo.

  7. Las Lunas (Yuncler, Toledo. A Bronze Age hoard with metallic materials from the southern Iberian Meseta

    Urbina Martínez, Dionisio

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Here we present the results of the preliminary study carried out on a new group of metallic materials of the Final Bronze Age, recovered at the end of 2008 in the archaeological excavations at the settlement of Las Lunas (Yuncler, Toledo, Spain. Its geographical situation far away from the main zones of distribution of this type of finds, the singularity of the materials, and the evidence of Atlantic and Mediterranean relations make these materials a remarkable sample for the study of the Final Bronze Age in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula.

    Se exponen los resultados del primer estudio realizado sobre un nuevo conjunto de materiales metálicos del Bronce Final recuperado a finales de 2008 en las excavaciones arqueológicas del yacimiento de Las Lunas (Yuncler, Toledo, España. La localización geográfica del hallazgo, lejos de las principales zonas de dispersión conocidas para este tipo de conjuntos, la singularidad de los objetos que integra, y las relaciones atlánticas y mediterráneas que evidencian sus materiales, lo convierten en un ejemplo destacado para el estudio de este período en el centro de la Península Ibérica.

  8. Low-energy resonances in the 22Ne(p,γ23Na reaction directly observed at LUNA

    Cavanna Francesca

    2015-01-01

    A study of this reaction has been carried out at the Laboratory for Underground Nuclear Astrophysics (LUNA, in the Gran Sasso National Laboratory, using a windowless gas target and two high-purity germanium detectors. Several resonances have been observed for the first time in a direct experiment.

  9. Morphology of Wrinkle Ridges on Lunae and Solis Plana, Mars from MOLA Topography: Implications for Their Kinematic Development

    Tate, A.; Golombek, M. P.; Mueller, K. J.

    2001-01-01

    Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA) topography is used to define the detailed morphology and kinematic development of martian wrinkle ridges on Lunae and Solis Plana. Changes in ridge morphology suggest they form as fault-propagation folds, often with significant backthrusts. Additional information is contained in the original extended abstract.

  10. Il volto della Luna da Plutarco a Newton. Storia di una teoria ellenistica della gravità

    Cappi, Alberto

    2013-03-01

    In his dialogue "De Facie quae in Orbe Lunae apparet", Plutarch includes a discussion on a non-Aristotelian theory of gravity. I describe how this theory could be developed during the Hellenistic period and its influence on the cosmological debate along the centuries until the beginning of modern science. (Text in Italian)

  11. Fractura de cadera en adultos mayores: prevalencia y costos en dos hospitales. Tabasco, México, 2009 Hip fracture in older adults: prevalence and costs in two hospitals. Tabasco, Mexico, 2009

    Elsy del Carmen Quevedo-Tejero

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Objetivos. Determinar la prevalencia y costos directos de atención de fractura de cadera en adultos mayores derechohabientes usuarios de los hospitales de referencia del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS y de Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX en Villahermosa, Tabasco, México, en el año 2009. Materiales y métodos. Estudio transversal. La información se basó en los registros de intervenciones quirúrgicas e informes institucionales de adultos mayores hospitalizados con registro de su atención.Se realizó análisis estadístico descriptivo considerando las variables: edad, sexo,tipo de fractura de cadera, mes de ocurrencia y costo directo de atención. Resultados.De 10765 registros de adultos mayores hospitalizados se encontró 57 casos de fractura de cadera (33 en el IMSS y 24 en PEMEX. La prevalencia de fractura de cadera fue 0,5% (IMSS 1,1% y PEMEX 0,3%, siendo más frecuente en mujeres y en mayores de 69 años de edad. El tipo de fractura más frecuente fue en el cuello del fémur (78,9% del total. El costo estimado de atención médica hospitalaria por paciente fue de USD 5 803 en el IMSS y USD 11 800 en PEMEX. Conclusiones. La prevalencia de fractura de cadera fue mayor en los usuarios del IMSS. Los costos estimados de atención por paciente fueron mayores a los reportados en otras instituciones del sistema nacional de salud mexicano.Objectives. To determine hip fracture prevalence and direct healthcare costs in elderly users of the reference hospitals of the Mexican Institute of Social Insurance (IMSS by spanish initials and Mexican Oils (PEMEX by spanish initials, from Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico, during 2009. Materials and methods. This is a cross-sectional study. The information was based on the registers of surgical interventions and institutional reports of the elderly inpatients who had a registered attention in their institution. Descriptive statistical analysis was performed considering the following variables: age

  12. Energy alternative for the use of organic waste (swine feces) in the state of Tabasco; Alternativa energetica para el aprovechamiento de los desechos organicos (excretas de ganado porcino) en el estado de Tabasco

    Ramon Garcia, E.; Angles Falconi, S.I.; Vazquez Magana, L.R.; Tun Perez, A.C. [Instituto Tecnologico de Villahermosa, Villahermosa, Tabasco (Mexico)]. Email: bioleliza_ramgar@hotmail.com; sergio_falcorp@hotmail.com

    2009-09-15

    Biogas is obtained from decomposing organic material due to the action of four types of bacteria, in the absence of oxygen: hydrolytic, producers of moncarbonate compounds and acidogenics, producing organic fatty acids and other polycarbonate compounds; acetogenic, producers of hydrogen and CO{sub 2}; homoacetogenic, that can convert a considerable amount of multicarbonate or monocarbonate compounds into acetic acid and; metanogenic, producers of methane gas, the principal component of biogas. To design and build the pilot equipment proposed for this research, a 20-liter container was used with 10 kg of swine feces with identical volumes of inoculates. The aerobic fermentation process was immediate begun, followed by the anaerobic process; metabolic reactions were conducted. A total of 0.119 m3 of biogas was obtained from the anaerobic fermentation of 10 kg of swine feces, 60% (0.0714 m{sup 3}) of which was methane gas and the remaining 40%(0.0476 m{sup 3}) hydrogen sulfide (HS). During this investigation, it was concluded that obtaining this by-product (methane biogas), which can be used as a biofuel, provides an economically and ecologically sustainable alternative that reduces organic discharges (swine feces) into rivers and reduces the energy expenditures of swine farms. Because of the high generation of RSM, the creation of a biogas production plant in Tabasco is proposed. [Spanish] El biogas se obtiene al descomponerse la materia organica debido a la accion de cuatro tipos de bacterias, en ausencia de oxigeno: las hidroliticas, que producen compuestos monocarbonados, las acidogenicas producen acidos grasos organicos y otros compuestos policarbonados; las acetogenicas productoras de Hidrogeno y CO{sub 2}; las homoacetogenicas, que pueden convertir una cantidad considerable de compuestos multicarbonados o monocarbonados en acido acetico; y las metanogenicas, productoras del gas metano, principal componente del biogas. Para el diseno y construccion del equipo

  13. Índice de masa corporal en la definición de macrosomía fetal en Cárdenas, Tabasco, México

    Marco Antonio Zavala-González; Giovanna K. Reyes-Díaz; Sergio Eduardo Posada-Arévalo; Ernesto A. Jiménez- Balderas

    2009-01-01

    Comparar la prevalencia de macrosomía fetal empleando dos definiciones: peso mayor a 4,000g , e índice de masa corporal mayor al percentil 90 para la edad gestacional (IMCEEG). Material y métodos. Diseño observacional, ambispectivo, transversal, analítico. Recién nacidos vivos (rnv) sanos de 36 a 42 semanas, derechohabientes del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS), nacidos en Cárdenas, Tabasco, años 2004-2005. Se calculó el IMC de cada individuo y se estimó la distribución percenti...

  14. Desigualdades de género en sobrepeso y obesidad entre indígenas chontales de Tabasco, México

    Marcelina Cruz-Sánchez; Esperanza Tuñon-Pablos; Martha Villaseñor-Farías; Guadalupe del Carmen Álvarez-Gordillo; Ronald Nigh-Nielsen

    2012-01-01

    Antecedentes: La obesidad se ha convertido en una epidemia global (OMS) y, aunque se sabe que afecta por igual a toda la población, las mujeres aparecen con más obesidad y obesidad central. Se desconoce el porqué de este fenómeno, o si adquiere características específicas entre la población indígena. Objetivo: identificar las desigualdades de género que subyacen al fenómeno del cuerpo con sobrepeso y obesidad entre indígenas chontales de Tabasco. Materiales y métodos: estudio cualitativo con ...

  15. Tizón foliar de la teca en vivero causada por Ralstonia solanacearum Biovar 4 en Tabasco, México

    Omar Alejandro Pérez Vera; Silvia Edith García Díaz; Leopold Fucikovsky-Zak; Oscar Hernández Colula; José Tulio Méndez Montiel

    2013-01-01

    La teca (Tectona grandis) se utiliza en plantaciones comerciales por su rápido crecimiento y la alta calidad de su madera. En Huimanguillo, Tabasco, México, en 2009, se detectó una enfermedad en plantas de teca que provocó daños estimados de 30% de los viveros con dicha especie. Los síntomas característicos de esta enfermedad son marchitez y atizonamiento del follaje. De hojas se aisló una bacteria, se purificó y se inoculó en la planta de teca de cinco meses de edad; hubo marchitez, necrosis...

  16. Variabilidad morfológica y molecular de cultivares criollos y mejorados de frijol común en Tabasco, México

    Abel Vidal-Barahona; Luz del Carmen Lagunes-Espinoza; Ernestina Valadez Moctezuma; Carlos Fredy Ortiz-García

    2006-01-01

    La variabilidad genética entre siete cultivares criollos de frijol común (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) colectados en la región de la Chontalpa, Tabasco, México, y 14 cultivares mejorados fue evaluada con marcadores morfológicos y moleculares tipo RAPD e ISSR. Un alto nivel de cercanía entre los dos tipos de cultivares para las 19 características morfológicas evaluadas fue establecido por el análisis de componentes principales. Los genotipos criollos se asociaron con los mejorados. Entre los cult...

  17. Variabilidad morfológica y molecular de cultivares criollos y mejorados de frijol común en Tabasco, México

    Ernestina Valadez Moctezuma; Luz del Carmen Lagunes-Espinoza; Abel Vidal-Barahona; Carlos Fredy Ortiz-García

    2006-01-01

    La variabilidad genética entre siete cultivares criollos de frijol común (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) colectados en la región de la Chontalpa, Tabasco, México, y 14 cultivares mejorados fue evaluada con marcadores morfológicos y moleculares tipo RAPD e ISSR. Un alto nivel de cercanía entre los dos tipos de cultivares para las 19 características morfológicas evaluadas fue establecido por el análisis de componentes principales. Los genotipos criollos se asociaron con los mejorados. Entre los cultiva...

  18. Establecimiento de Arachis pintoi Krap. & Greg. como cobertura de suelo en plátano macho en Cárdenas, Tabasco

    Ramos Hernández, Eder

    2012-01-01

    El experimento se realizó en Cárdenas, Tabasco en una plantación de plátano macho, en un suelo con textura franca, pH moderadamente ácido, contenido de materia orgánica y nitrógeno total bajo; con la finalidad de evaluar la repuesta al establecimiento de Arachis pintoi Krap. y Greg. como una cobertura viva, el cual se plantó a una distancia de 30 cm entre plantas y líneas. Se evaluaron tres porcentajes de sombra producida por la plantación de plátano macho (21, 45 y 50 %)....

  19. Clasificación y caracterización de suelos de Tabasco con base en el enfoque geomorfopedológico.

    Jiménez Ramírez, Raquel

    2014-01-01

    Los estudios geomorfopedológicos delimitan las formas del relieve de una región partiendo de su estructura y morfogénesis, y con frecuencia las geoformas determinan la diferenciación de los suelos. Por ello el objetivo de este trabajo fue actualizar la clasificación y caracterización de suelos a escala 1:250 000 partiendo desde la geomorfología, podología y finalizar en geomorfopedología del estado de Tabasco. Se realizó la recopilación de estudios recientes sobre relieve y suelos del estado ...

  20. Improving agricultural productivity in the savannah of Tabasco State, Mexico: I. Management of maize and sorghum production systems

    A series of studies was carried out to evaluate the effects of selected biological components of agrosystems, in particular mycorrhizae, earthworms, and Trichoderma on sorghum and maize crop production in an acid Ultisol of the savannah of Huimanguillo, Tabasco state, Mexico. Isotopic techniques using 15N and 32P were used to assess N and P use efficiency of sorghum transgenic lines (citrate over-producers) under nutrient-limited conditions. No significant differences in 15N-fertilizer use efficiency between the lines tested (L8, a citrate over-producer) and a commercial genotype were found. The commercial line and a negative control (L18-2 transgenic line), showed the highest N derived from the fertilizer as well as P uptake derived from rock phosphate. The combined application of the legume green-manure Mucuna pruriens and earthworms (Balanteodrilus pearsei) had a positive effect on N and P uptake and maize yields (78 g grain plant-1 vs. 26 g grain plant-1 for the control). Inoculation of maize with Trichoderma enhanced the effect of N fertilization and the N-uptake efficiency was highest when the fertilizer N was applied at sowing. Both Trichoderma strain C4 and the commercial inoculant 'Tricom' gave the highest values of N-fertilizer use efficiency (43 and 38%, respectively), which was equivalent to a 2.4-fold increase over that found when fertilizer was applied alone. In a field evaluation of maize genotypes, the genotype VS-536 yielded 2.35 Mg grain ha-1 and highest fertilizer N efficiency when 100 kg P2O5 ha-1 of the reactive Baja California PR was applied, suggesting that this genotype could be used in the local production system. Interestingly, inoculation with mycorrhizae did not have positive effects on the fertilized maize. Overall, these data will contribute to establish better management practices for increasing soil fertility and improving crop production in the acid, unfertile savannah soils of Mexico. (author)

  1. Sub Luna

    Rosenløv, Jesper

    eller fysiologiske forestillinger. Denne del af afhandlingen tjener som en afklaring af hovedstrømningerne indenfor den antikke natur- og gudelære. Her undersøges hovedstrømningerne inden for opfattelsen og udforskningen af det man kunne kalde verdens grundvold. Hvorpå hviler kosmos' eksistens og natur...... - hvorfor og hvorledes?   Tredje del af undersøgelsen, Mennesket og kosmos (afs.4.1-9), behandler de levende væsner, herunder primært mennesket, dets natur samt forhold til og plads i verden. Altså antropologien, psykologien og lægekunsten med særlig fokus på de overvejelser, der afspejler forestillinger om...... opnået den højeste position i et kosmos, hvis struktur de selv havde formuleret og postuleret. Samtidig kan den type religiøsitet filosofferne formulerede og rationaliserede med Max Weber beskrives som en form for verdensafvisning, hvilket kunne bidrage som årsagsforklaring til en manglende teknologisk...

  2. THE 2H(alpha, gamma6LI REACTION AT LUNA AND BIG BANG NUCLEOSYNTHETIS

    Carlo Gustavino

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available The 2H(α, γ6Li reaction is the leading process for the production of 6Li in standard Big Bang Nucleosynthesis. Recent observations of lithium abundance in metal-poor halo stars suggest that there might be a 6Li plateau, similar to the well-known Spite plateau of 7Li. This calls for a re-investigation of the standard production channel for 6Li. As the 2H(α, γ6Li cross section drops steeply at low energy, it has never before been studied directly at Big Bang energies. For the first time the reaction has been studied directly at Big Bang energies at the LUNA accelerator. The preliminary data and their implications for Big Bang nucleosynthesis and the purported 6Li problem will be shown.

  3. Electron microscopy of radiation damage and microstructure in soils from the Luna 24 core

    Micron-sized and handpicked submillimeter-sized grains from the Luna-24 core have been examined by HVEM and SEM methods to assess levels of radiation damage and internal microstructure. The micron-sized grains were found to contain heavily irradiated grains with amorphous coatings and track densities exceeding 10 to the 10th per sq cm, but there were also significant numbers of lightly irradiated grains. The submillimeter grains mostly exhibit uniform track densities of 3 x 10 to the 8th to 5 x 10 to the 9th per sq cm, although one pyroxene grain shows a track gradient apparently acquired while it formed part of a whole rock surface for a time of about one million years

  4. Los estereotipos del pintor exiliado Rodríguez Luna y su museo en Montoro

    Cabañas Bravo, Miguel

    2009-01-01

    Estas páginas se centrarán en el pintor cordobés Antonio Rodríguez Luna (Montoro, 1910-Córdoba, 1985) y el pequeño museo que se le dedicó en su pueblo natal, Montoro, tres años antes de su muerte, esto es en 1982. Son una nueva vuelta de tuerca sobre las investigaciones dedicadas a este pintor español exiliado en México y su (re-)conocimiento. Así, se atiende tanto a la trayectoria del creador exiliado en México y su singular creación de estereotipos –la cual había sido precedida de una impor...

  5. Bionomics data and descriptions of the immatures of Calyptocephala gerstaeckeri Boheman (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), pest of the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis J.) and camedor palm (Chamaedorea elegans Mart.) (Arecaceae) in Tabasco, Mexico

    Characters of the external morphology of egg, larval instars and pupae of Calyptocephala gerstaeckeri Boheman, insect pest of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis J.) and camedor palm (Chamaedorea elegans Mart.) in the State of Tabasco, Mexico, are described and illustrated. Some bionomics data are also presented. The specie was reared in the laboratory on young oil palm plants. (author)

  6. Suicide: Incidence or Prevalence? Comments on Hernández-Alvarado et al. Increase in Suicide Rates by Hanging in the Population of Tabasco, Mexico between 2003 and 2012. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13, 552.

    Fernández-Niño, Julián Alfredo

    2016-01-01

    I recently reviewed the paper published in this journal by Hernández-Alvarado et al., titled "Increase in Suicide Rates by Hanging in the Population of Tabasco, Mexico between 2003 and 2012" [1], and I noticed that the epidemiological concept "prevalence" is not correctly used.[...]. PMID:27376318

  7. Las tic´s en sociedades rurales: el caso de las cooperativas pesqueras de pequeña escala de Centla, Tabasco

    Gerardo Enrique Gutiérrez Romero

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available Se desarrolló un esquema tecnológico (E-commerce para las cooperativas pesqueras de pequeña escala, localizadas en la carretera municipal que comunica al municipio de Centla con el municipio de Jonuta, del Estado de Tabasco, con lo que se busca integrar un mercado directo entre productores (pescadores y los consumidores intermedios y/o finales, con la finalidad de que los pescadores obtengan un mejor precio para su producto y los consumidores obtengan los menores precios, a través de la eliminación de los intermediarios (coyotes que durante años han obtenido los mayores beneficios, en perjuicios de los cooperativistas, que no han podido modernizarse y ser más competitivos. Esta problemática (intermediarismo fue detectada a través del proyecto de investigación, intitulado: Dinámica, Económica, Social, Cultural y Ambiental de humedales en Tabasco: un Enfoque Holístico, que se realizó en la DACEA UJAT, por lo que el presente esquema tecnológico se encamina a resolver una parte de las problemáticas identificadas

  8. Exploring Cold Trapped Volatiles from Stationary Landers and Mobile Rovers: ESA Activities for Resource Prospecting at the Poles

    Carpenter, J. D.; Fisackerly, R.; Aziz, S.; Houdou, B.

    2015-10-01

    An overview of ESA activities in the area of measuring cold trapped volatiles in-situ, including the PROSPECT package for the Russian Luna-27 mission and the development of mobile platform capabilities that could be applied to future missions.

  9. The Power of Love: Rewriting the Romance in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits and Eva Luna

    Frances Jane P. Abao

    2000-01-01

    Despite its ongoing popularity with women readers, romantic fiction has traditionally been regarded as an instrument of women's oppression, largely due to its reinforcement and even glorification of sexual stereotypes and bourgeois values. Latin American writer Isabel Allende's novels The House of the Spirits and Eva Luna both contain a number of the elements and conventions of romantic fiction, including distinct similarities to the two acknowledged foundations of this genre: Charlotte Bront...

  10. Birth and death of the Late Cretaceous ``La Luna Sea'', and origin of the Tres Esquinas phosphorites

    Erlich, R. N.; Macsotay I., O.; Nederbragt, A. J.; Lorente, M. Antonieta

    2000-05-01

    Deposition of organic carbon-rich intervals of the La Luna and Navay formations of northwestern Venezuela was governed by the development of key paleobathymetric barriers (Santa Marta and Santander massifs, Paraguana Block, and ancestral Mérida Andes). These enhanced the development of anoxia in the "La Luna Sea" by causing poor circulation and limited ventilation. Anoxia was also promoted by high evaporation and low precipitation rates (high salinity bottom water), and high levels of marine algal productivity (high organic matter flux). Nutrient supply was augmented by infrequent fluvial sources. Bottom water oxygen levels increased from the Late Santonian through the end of the Cretaceous. Ventilation of anoxic bottom waters may have been enhanced by more frequent or intense seasonal upwelling (caused by higher wind stress) and catastrophic overturn, as well as the removal of a key paleobathymetric barrier. Common byproducts of overturn events were massive phytoplankton blooms, which produced red tides. Fish and marine reptile bone beds within the Tres Esquinas Member (La Luna Formation) are attributed to massive mortality during these events, and are correlative with similar Campanian units in eastern Colombia. During the Maastrichtian, increasing ventilation, combined with siliciclastic dilution, ultimately produced sediments with lower total organic carbon (TOC) content.

  11. Diversidad, fluctuación poblacional y plantas huésped de escolitinos (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) asociados con el agroecosistema cacao en Tabasco, México Diversity, dynamic population and host plants of bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) associated to the cocoa agroecosystem in Tabasco, Mexico

    Manuel Pérez-De La Cruz; Armando Equihua-Martínez; Jesús Romero-Nápoles; Saúl Sánchez-Soto; Eustolia García-López

    2009-01-01

    Se estudió la diversidad de escolitinos asociados con el agroecosistema cacao en Tabasco, México durante el año 2007. Los insectos adultos fueron recolectados en 4 localidades con trampas de alcohol etílico, trampas de atracción luminosa y captura directa sobre sus plantas huésped. Se recolectaron 19 263 ejemplares, pertenecientes a 51 especies y 26 géneros. Araptus hymenaeae y Cnesinus squamosus son nuevos registros para México. La máxima diversidad de insectos capturados con los 3 métodos d...

  12. Evaluación espacial y temporal de la vegetación de la Sierra Madrigal, Tabasco, México (1973-2003)

    Erika del Carmen Salazar Conde; Joel Zavala Cruz; Ofelia Castillo Acosta; Rafael Cámara Artigas

    2004-01-01

    Esta investigación tuvo como objetivo evaluar los cambios espaciales de la vegetación en la Sierra Madrigal; estado de Tabasco, en un área de 3 642 ha, en el período 1973-2003. Con base en la fotointerpretación de fotografías aéreas y verificación de campo, se elaboró la cartografía de vegetación y usos del suelo de los años 1973, 1984 y 2003 a escala 1:20 000. Se caracterizó la vegetación y los usos del suelo, se obtuvieron los índices de cambio de uso del suelo, y se compararon ...

  13. Comercialización de leche a través de máquinas expendedoras en el Estado de Tabasco, México

    Juana Guerrero González; Ramón Ramón Castillo; Venilde Herrera Roldán; Elsy Janet Alejandro Pantoja

    2015-01-01

    El objetivo de la investigación fue obtener información sobre los consumidores de productos lácteos en el estado, sus preferencias y hábitos de compra, a partir de la cual se pudiera comprobar si existen condiciones mercadológicas que garanticen la adecuada implementación de un proyecto para la comercialización de leche a través de máquinas expendedoras en el estado de Tabasco. El tipo de estudio realizado fue de corte descriptivo típico ya que se basó en la aplicación de cuestionarios a 8...

  14. Direct measurement of the 22Ne(p,γ)23Na reaction cross section at LUNA

    Ferraro, Federico; LUNA Collaboration

    2016-06-01

    The 22Ne(p, γ)23Na reaction takes part in the NeNa cycle of hydrogen burning, influencing the production of the elements between 20Ne and 27Al in red giant stars, asymptotic giant stars and classical novae. The 22Ne(p,γ)27Na reaction rate is very uncertain because of a large number of tentative resonances in the Gamow window, where only upper limits were quoted in literature. A direct measurement of the 22Ne(p, γ)23Na reaction cross section has been carried out at LUNA using a windowless differential-pumping gas target with two high- purity germanium (HPGe) detectors. A new measurement with a 4π bismuth germanate (BGO) summing detector is ongoing. During the HPGe phase of the experiment the strengths of the resonances at 156.2 keV, 189.5 keV and 259.7 keV have been directly measured for the first time and their contribution to the reaction rate has been calculated. The decay scheme of the newly discovered resonances has been established as well and some improved upper limits on the unobserved resonances have been put. The BGO detector with its 70% γ-detection efficiency allows to measure the cross section at lower energy. In order to further investigate the resonances at 71 keV and 105 keV and the direct-capture component, the data taking is ongoing.

  15. A randomised controlled trial to assess the efficacy of Laparoscopic Uterosacral Nerve Ablation (LUNA in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain: The trial protocol [ISRCTN41196151

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background Chronic pelvic pain is a common condition with a major impact on health-related quality of life, work productivity and health care utilisation. The cause of the pain is not always obvious as no pathology is seen in 40–60% of the cases. In the absence of pathology there is no established treatment. The Lee-Frankenhauser sensory nerve plexuses and parasympathetic ganglia in the uterosacral ligaments carry pain from the uterus, cervix and other pelvic structures. Interruption of these nerve trunks by laparoscopic uterosacral nerve ablation (LUNA may alleviate pain. However, the balance of benefits and risks of this intervention have not been reliably assessed. LUNA has, nevertheless, been introduced into practice, although there remains controversy regarding indications for LUNA. Hence, there is an urgent need for a randomised controlled trial to confirm, or refute, any worthwhile effectiveness. The principal hypothesis is that, in women with chronic pelvic pain in whom diagnostic laparoscopy reveals either no pathology or mild endometriosis (AFS score ≤ 5 LUNA alleviates pain and improves life quality at 12 months. Methods/Design The principal objective is to test the hypothesis that in women with chronic pelvic pain in whom diagnostic laparoscopy reveals either no pathology or mild endometriosis (AFS score ≤ 5 LUNA alleviates pain and improves life quality at 12 months. A multi-centre, prospective, randomised-controlled-trial will be carried out with blind assessment of outcomes in eligible consenting patients randomised at diagnostic laparoscopy to LUNA (experimental group or to no pelvic denervation (control group. Postal questionnaires including visual analogue scale for pain (primary outcome, an index of sexual satisfaction and the EuroQoL 5D-EQ instrument (secondary outcomes will be administered at 3, 6 and 12 months. The primary assessment of the effectiveness of LUNA will be from comparison of outcomes at the one

  16. Landing site selection for Luna-Glob mission in crater Boguslawsky

    Ivanov, M. A.; Hiesinger, H.; Abdrakhimov, A. M.; Basilevsky, A. T.; Head, J. W.; Pasckert, J.-H.; Bauch, K.; van der Bogert, C. H.; Gläser, P.; Kohanov, A.

    2015-11-01

    Boguslawsky crater (72.9°S, 43.3°E, ~100 km in diameter) is a primary target for the Luna-Glob mission. The crater has a morphologically smooth (at the resolution of WAC images), flat, and horizontal floor, which is about 55-60 km in diameter. Two ellipses were selected as specific candidate landing areas on the floor: the western ellipse is centered at 72.9°S, 41.3°E and the eastern ellipse is centered at 73.9°S, 43.9°E. Both ellipses represent areas from which Earth is visible during the entire year of 2016 and lack permanently shadowed areas. Boguslawsky crater is located on or near the rim of the South Pole-Aitken basin, which provides the unique possibility to sample some of the most ancient rocks on the Moon that probably pre-date the SPA impact event. The low depth/diameter ratio of Boguslawsky suggests that the crater has been partly filled after its formation. Although volcanic flooding of the crater cannot be ruled out, the more likely process of filling of Boguslawsky is the emplacement of ejecta from nearby and remote large craters/basins. Three morphologically distinctive units are the most abundant within the selected landing ellipses: rolling plains (rpc), flat plains (fp), and ejecta from crater Boguslawsky-D (ejf), which occurs on the eastern wall of Boguslawsky. The possible contribution of materials from unknown sources makes the flat and rolling plains less desirable targets for landing. In contrast, ejecta from Boguslawsky-D represents local materials re-distributed by the Boguslawsky-D impact from the wall onto the floor of Boguslawsky. Thus, this unit, which constitutes about 50% of the eastern landing ellipse, represents a target of clearer provenance and a higher scientific priority.

  17. Kaupunkikiinteistön jätehuollon kehittäminen - Case Kiinteistö Oy Luna

    Hulkkonen, Elina

    2013-01-01

    Kiinteistö Oy Luna on Helsingin keskustassa arvokkaalla paikalla sijaitseva kiinteistöyhtiö, joka vuokraa ja hallinnoi kiinteistön tiloja. Jätehuolto tuottaa monia ongelmia ja vaatii kokonaisvaltaista kehittämistä. Jätehuollon suurimpia ongelmia ovat jätehuoneen nykyinen sijainti sisäpihan perällä, vanhanaikainen jätehuollon malli sekä jätekustannukset, jotka eivät jakaudu jätehuoneen käyttäjille aiheuttamisperiaatteen mukaisesti. Tutkimuksessa keskitytään erityisesti kaupungin keskustassa si...

  18. Estudio parasitológico del pez luna, Mola mola (L.), en el Mediterráneo occidental

    Ahuir Baraja, Ana Elena

    2012-01-01

    En el presente trabajo se ha realizado, por primera vez, un estudio de la parasitofauna del pez luna, Mola mola (L.), del Mediterráneo español. Hasta la fecha, se trata del estudio más detallado y completo sobre los parásitos de este pez en todo el mundo. Se han analizado 106 peces durante el período 2005−2008: 104 procedentes de cuatro muestreos consecutivos en la almadraba de La Azohía (Cartagena, Murcia) y 2 varados en Canet de Berenguer y Almazora (Comunidad Valenciana). Además, también s...

  19. Plan de Empresa de un Taller de Reparación de Lunas con la Franquicia Guardian Express

    AUÑÓN NAVARRO, CRISTINA

    2013-01-01

    El presente Trabajo Final de Carrera consiste en el desarrollo de un Plan de Empresa para ver la viabilidad de abrir un taller de reparación de lunas con la franquicia Guardian Express. Se ha decidido abrir el taller mediante una franquicia, puesto que es un negocio muy competitivo para los pequeños talleres de reparación independientes, el mayor volumen de negocio lo tienen las grandes franquicias que están concertadas con las compañías de seguros y éstas envían a reparar a...

  20. The Power of Love: Rewriting the Romance in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits and Eva Luna

    Frances Jane P. Abao

    2000-12-01

    Full Text Available Despite its ongoing popularity with women readers, romantic fiction has traditionally been regarded as an instrument of women's oppression, largely due to its reinforcement and even glorification of sexual stereotypes and bourgeois values. Latin American writer Isabel Allende's novels The House of the Spirits and Eva Luna both contain a number of the elements and conventions of romantic fiction, including distinct similarities to the two acknowledged foundations of this genre: Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre and Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights.However, The House of the Spirits and Eva Luna can also be read as rewritings of the genre of romantic fiction. In these two texts, Isabel Allende appropriates and then reworks certain conventions of romantic fiction in order to portray her notion of "fulfilling egalitarian relationships" between men and women. Nevertheless, despite these feminist revisions, Allende's rewritten romances do retain the "wish-fulfillment" element-or ideal-of romantic fiction, its depiction of women's fantasy of feminine values being appreciated and validated within heterosexual romantic relationships in the real world.

  1. Chemistry and petrology of Luna 24 lithic fragments and less than 250-micron soils - Constraints on the origin of VLT mare basalts

    Ma, M.-S.; Schmitt, R. A.; Taylor, G. J.; Warner, R. D.; Lange, D. E.; Keil, K.

    1978-01-01

    Results are reported on a combined INAA-petrologic study of 17 small (0.2-1.5 mg) Luna 24 lithic and mineral fragments and INAA study of 5 bulk soils and mineral separates from gabbro 24170. Lithic and mineral fragments are classified into VLT mare basalts (ferrobasalt and metabasalts), low-Ti, variolitic mare basalt, gabbros, melt rock and soil breccia. Data indicate 5 possible magma types, represented by: (1) VLT ferrobasalt and gabbro fragments, with low-TiO2 (about 1%), slightly bow-shaped REE pattern, and low REE concentrations (5-10X chondritic); (2) a ferrobasalt (Laul et al., 1978) and metabasalt fragments with major and trace element contents similar to (1), but positive Eu anomalies; (3) one gabbro fragment with distinctive pyroxene compositional trend (increasing Ti with nearly constant Fe/Fe + Mg) and highest REE contents of any Luna 24 mare basaltic sample, (4) a gabbro fragment with considerably less V and Cr2O3 than ferrobasalt and metabasalt fragments; and (5) variolitic basalt fragment with higher Ti2(2.3%) than other Luna 24 basalts and pyroxene that has increasing then decreasing Ti with increasing Fe/Fe + Mg. Trace element data place constraints on the nature of the source region and possible parent magmas for the Luna 24 VLT ferrobasalt.

  2. Bimodal TiO2 Contents of Mare Basalts at Apollo and Luna Sites and Implications for TiO2 Derived from Clementine Spectral Reflectance

    Gillis, J. J.; Jolliff, B. L.

    2001-01-01

    A revised algorithm to estimate Ti contents of mare regions centered on Apollo and Luna sites shows a bimodal distribution, consistent with mare-basalt sample data. A global TiO2 map shows abundant intermediate TiO2 basalts in western Procellarum. Additional information is contained in the original extended abstract.

  3. Programas gubernamentales y respuestas campesinas en el uso del suelo: el caso de la zona oriente de Tabasco, México

    Ricardo Isaac-Márquez

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente artículo se examinan las estrategias productivas instrumentadas por los campesinos del oriente de Tabasco, para responder a las reformas estructurales. Al analizar los patrones de cambio de uso del suelo en sus parcelas, de 1988 a 2004, se identificaron dos tipos de sistemas productivos: a agricultura de autoconsumo y b ganadería de cría alternada con cultivos básicos. Más que tratar de ser competitivos, las estrategias campesinas buscan minimizar los riesgos para mantener su condición de productores y asegurar la subsistencia de la unidad familiar en el corto plazo. La disyuntiva campesina es continuar con la ganadería, que conlleva costos elevados para el medio ambiente y de la cual parecen condenados a ser excluidos, o incursionar en opciones forestales que pueden ser rentables a futuro. Se concluye que las políticas públicas deben fortalecer los medios de vida de las comunidades, según un enfoque amplio de desarrollo rural

  4. Arachis pintoi COMO COBERTURA DE SUELO EN CULTIVOS DE PLÁTANO MACHO (Musa AAB EN CÁRDENAS, TABASCO, MÉXICO

    Eder Ramos Hernández

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available El experimento se realizó en Cárdenas, Tabasco enuna plantación de plátano macho, en un suelo con texturafranca, pH moderadamente ácido, contenido de materiaorgánica y nitrógeno total bajo; con la finalidad de evaluar larepuesta al establecimiento de Arachis pintoi Krap. y Greg.como una cobertura viva. El diseño experimental fue bloquescompletos al azar con tres replicas. Se evaluaron tresporcentajes de sombra producida por el cultivo de plátanomacho (21, 45 y 50 %. El establecimiento de A. pintoi fuerealizado en forma directa utilizando material vegetativo de 20-25 cmde longitud, el cual se plantó a una distancia de 30 cm entreplantas y líneas. Estadísticamente el nivel con menor porcentajede sombra presentó los valores más altos en el índice desobrevivencia de estolones de Arachis (ISE a los 60 díasdespués de la siembra (dds y registró cobertura del suelo de94.2 % y crecimiento lateral de estolones 112.5 cm con alturapromedio de 6.2 cm (febrero-mayo 2009.

  5. First direct measurement of the 2H(α,γ)6Li cross section at Big Bang energies at LUNA

    The amount of 6Li produced during the Big Bang Nucleosynthesis (BBN) era can be theoretically estimated on the basis of cosmological and nuclear astrophysics knowledge. The latter strongly depends on the measurement of the nuclear cross section of the processes involved in the production and destruction of 6Li during the first stages of the Universe. Whereas the destruction process cross sections are well known, the reaction that dominates the 6Li production, the 2H(α,γ)6Li, has never been directly measured in the BBN energy range and only upper limits coming from indirect measurements are available till now. Here we report the first direct measurement of the 2H(α,γ)6Li cross section at BBN energies obtained at LUNA (Laboratory for Underground Nuclear Astrophysics, LNGS, Italy). (author)

  6. Big Bang nucleosynthesis and the results of the 2H(α,γ)6Li experiment at LUNA

    Observations of the 6Li abundance in very metal-poor stars, if confirmed, show a level of 6Li that is several orders of magnitude larger than the production of this nuclide in standard Big Bang nucleosynthesis. The 2H(α,γ)6Li nuclear reaction is believed to dominate 6Li production in the Big Bang, but there are no directly measured data at relevant energies yet. The reaction has been studied at the LUNA 0.4 MV accelerator, deep underground in the Gran Sasso laboratory in Italy, using an intensive He+ beam and a windowless deuterium gas target. The conclusions from the final data analysis of the experiment are presented.

  7. Zonificación agroecológica y estimación del rendimiento potencial del cultivo de la yuca (Manihot esculenta Crantz en el estado de Tabasco, México

    B. Rivera-Hernández

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available El estado de Tabasco es el principal productor de yuca (Manihote esculenta Crantz en México, mismo que ha perdido en los últimos cinco años cerca del 45% de la superficie dedicada a este cultivo. Razón por la cual, las políticas actuales de desarrollo rural se enfocan a dirigir todo tipo de apoyos, especialmente los económicos, hacia las áreas con mayor potencial productivo para diferentes cultivos, entre ellos, la yuca. Derivado de esta política y del interés del gobierno del estado de Tabasco, se realizó el presente estudio, con los objetivos de conocer las áreas con mayor potencial productivo en el estado y estimar el rendimiento potencial esperado del cultivo de la yuca. Para ello, se utilizó el procedimiento de zonificación agro-ecológica (zae propuesto por la Fao para áreas muy aptas y para una situación de alta inversión en condiciones de agricultura de temporal. Se analizaron cuatro variables climáticas y seis propiedades edafológicas. El análisis de las variables climáticas y edafológicas (físicas y químicas y su posterior representación cartográfica mostraron que en el estado de Tabasco existen 476,617 hectáreas con alto potencial edafoclimático para cultivar yuca, con rendimientos potenciales de 42.3 t ha-1.

  8. Mortalidad de los ovinos de pelo en tres épocas climáticas en un rebaño comercial en la Chontalpa, Tabasco, México

    VM Nava-López; J Oliva-Hernández; JA Hinojosa-Cellar

    2006-01-01

    Los objetivos de este estudio fueron: a) describir la participación porcentual de diversas causas de mortalidad (ocho categorías) de ovinos de razas de pelo en diferentes épocas climáticas (seca, lluvias y nortes) durante dos años consecutivos (2001 y 2002), y b) determinar la mortalidad de los ovinos en cuatro etapas productivas y la época climática del año en que ocurre. Se estudiaron los registros de mortalidad de una finca comercial en Huimanguillo, Tabasco, México. Los grupos raciales in...

  9. Modelación hidrometeorológica de áreas con riesgos de inundación en la cuenca del río La Sierra, en los estados Chiapas y Tabasco, México.

    Roblero Hidalgo, Rodrigo

    2013-01-01

    Las inundaciones son fenómenos naturales difíciles de prevenir y controlar por el hombre. En el sureste de México, de forma cíclica se ha visto afectada por inundaciones de origen hidrometeorológico, dejando como consecuencias graves daños en las poblaciones y en el ambiente, ocasionando un gran deterioro en la producción agrícola, pecuaria, forestal, daños en la infraestructura y pérdidas humanas. En el estado de Tabasco, en la cual se encuentra asentada la ciudad de Villahermosa y las zonas...

  10. Evaluación espacial y temporal de la vegetación de la Sierra Madrigal, Tabasco, México (1973-2003

    Erika del Carmen Salazar Conde

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available Esta investigación tuvo como objetivo evaluar los cambios espaciales de la vegetación en la Sierra Madrigal; estado de Tabasco, en un área de 3 642 ha, en el período 1973-2003. Con base en la fotointerpretación de fotografías aéreas y verificación de campo, se elaboró la cartografía de vegetación y usos del suelo de los años 1973, 1984 y 2003 a escala 1:20 000. Se caracterizó la vegetación y los usos del suelo, se obtuvieron los índices de cambio de uso del suelo, y se compararon algunas propiedades del suelo con base en los tipos de la vegetación. La selva alta perennifolia de ramón (Brosimum alicastrum y huapaque (Dialium guianense tuvo una pérdida del 80% de su superficie en 30 años; las principales causas de esta pérdida fueron los incendios forestales que condujeron a la formación de vegetación secundaria (56% y la ampliación de los pastizales (10% para la ganadería de bovinos. La eliminación de la selva provocó, asimismo, disminución de los contenidos de materia orgánica y nitrógeno, lo que indica degradación de suelos en la capa de 0 a 30 cm de profundidad.

  11. Response to the Fernández-Niño Comments on Hernández-Alvarado et al. Increase in Suicide Rates by Hanging in the Population of Tabasco, México between 2003 and 2012. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13, 552

    Mervyn Manuel Hernández-Alvarado

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available We thank the comments of Fernández-Niño [1] addressing our article [2] “Increase in Suicide Rates by Hanging in the Population of Tabasco, Mexico between 2003 and 2012”, which pointed out that the use of the epidemiological concept “prevalence” is not correctly applied in the present manuscript.

  12. Response to the Fernández-Niño Comments on Hernández-Alvarado et al. Increase in Suicide Rates by Hanging in the Population of Tabasco, México between 2003 and 2012. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13, 552.

    Hernández-Alvarado, Mervyn Manuel; González-Castro, Thelma Beatriz; Tovilla-Zárate, Carlos Alfonso; Fresán, Ana; Juárez-Rojop, Isela E; López-Narváez, María Lilia; Villar-Soto, Mario; Genis-Mendoza, Alma

    2016-01-01

    We thank the comments of Fernández-Niño [1] addressing our article [2] "Increase in Suicide Rates by Hanging in the Population of Tabasco, Mexico between 2003 and 2012", which pointed out that the use of the epidemiological concept "prevalence" is not correctly applied in the present manuscript. PMID:27376319

  13. Gli anni della luna 1950–1972 : l’epoca d’oro della corsa allo spazio

    Magionami, Paolo

    2009-01-01

    Il 4 ottobre 1957 il bip bip cosmico dello Sputnik il primo satellite artificiale a ruotare attorno alla Terra, apre ufficialmente l’era spaziale. La notizia del lancio comunicata dalla Tass fa il giro del mondo più velocemente del satellite stesso suscitando perplessità, meraviglia, stupore, ammirazione. Per gli Stati Uniti la sconfitta è senza precedenti. L’immagine della superpotenza tecnologicamente più avanzata del mondo crolla di fronte al bip bip cosmico del “compagno di viaggio “ russo. Sotto lo spettro di una guerra nucleare, inizia un’epoca straordinaria per la conquista dello spazio, segnata dalle grandi, storiche, tappe come quella di Yuri Gagarin o di Valentina Tereshkova ma anche dal grande entusiasmo popolare che vede la corsa alla Luna, Marte e le stelle traguardo ormai a portata di mano. I formidabili satelliti sovietici scalzano Sophia Loren dalle copertine delle riviste di costume, Yuri Gagarin irrompe tra le pagine dei fotoromanzi, John Glenn e soci firmano per Life un contra...

  14. The LuNa project: experimental didactic modules exploiting portable setups to teach optics in primary and secondary schools

    Bondani, Maria; Allevi, Alessia; Nardo, Luca; Favale, Fabrizio

    2014-07-01

    The "LuNa" (La natura della Luce nella luce della Natura - The nature of Light in the light of Nature) Project is devoted to the experimental teaching of optics in the different school grades. The basic idea of the Project is that the history of optics and the debate about the nature of light are a meaningful example of how science proceeds in the development of a physical model. Moreover optical phenomena can be presented at different levels of complexity in order to be accessible to students of different age. At the core of the Project are several portable setups that support experimental and partially interactive lectures covering all the aspects of optical phenomena, from geometrical optics to single-photon interference passing through atmospheric optics, spectroscopy, holography and theory of perception. When possible, the setups are realized with simple and easy to find materials so as to be reproducible by teachers and students. Of course, for the most complicated setups (interferometers and holography) research materials are used. Each module is calibrated to fit teachers' requirements either to be included in the curricula of their classes or to be used as an expansion of the optics program.

  15. Ambiente obesogénico y biomarcadores anómalos en escolares de Tabasco, México

    Juan Manuel Muñoz-Cano; Juan Antonio Córdova-Hernández; Xavier Miguel Boldo-León

    2012-01-01

    Este trabajo se realizó con el objetivo de analizar algunos elementos del ambiente obesogénico y sus efectos en niños de sexto grado de una escuela urbana y una rural como factores para sobrepeso, obesidad y biomarcadores anormales que son predictores de enfermedades crónicas no transmisibles. Para evaluar el ambiente obesogénico, en noviembre de 2009, se aplicó el cuestionario del proyecto Schools Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey, se midieron constantes antropométricas y se determin...

  16. Diversidad, fluctuación poblacional y plantas huésped de escolitinos (Coleoptera: Curculionidae asociados con el agroecosistema cacao en Tabasco, México Diversity, dynamic population and host plants of bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae associated to the cocoa agroecosystem in Tabasco, Mexico

    Manuel Pérez-De La Cruz

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Se estudió la diversidad de escolitinos asociados con el agroecosistema cacao en Tabasco, México durante el año 2007. Los insectos adultos fueron recolectados en 4 localidades con trampas de alcohol etílico, trampas de atracción luminosa y captura directa sobre sus plantas huésped. Se recolectaron 19 263 ejemplares, pertenecientes a 51 especies y 26 géneros. Araptus hymenaeae y Cnesinus squamosus son nuevos registros para México. La máxima diversidad de insectos capturados con los 3 métodos de recolecta se obtuvo en El Bajío (H'=2.45 y Dmg=4.83, la mínima en Río Seco (H'=2.29 y Km. 21 (Dmg=3.85, y el máximo valor de equidad (J lo obtuvo El Bajío (0.67. El índice de similitud de Sorensen (Is mostró que los sitios de estudio tienden a presentar la misma composición de especies. Los índices de diversidad, equidad y similitud, aplicados a la fauna de escolitinos capturados con cada uno de los métodos empleados, mostraron diferencias, excepto en las trampas de alcohol. La fluctuación presenta picos poblacionales marcados al inicio y al final del año de estudio. Las plantas en las que se recolectó el mayor número de especies fueron Theobroma cacao (16 y Swietenia macrophylla (13.The bark and ambrosia beetle diversity in cocoa agroecosystems was studied during 2007 in Tabasco, Mexico. Adult insects were gathered in 4 localities with ethanol and light traps and by direct collecting in their host plants. 19 263 specimens were gathered, belonging to 51 species and 26 genera. Araptus hymenaeae and Cnesinus squamosus are new records for Mexico. The maximum diversity of insects captured with the 3 collecting methods was obtained in El Bajío (H'=2.45 and Dmg=4.83, the minimum in Río Seco (H'=2.29 and Km. 21 (Dmg=3.85, and the maximum value of justness (J was obtained in El Bajío (0.67. The Sorensen similarity index (Is showed that the study places present the same species composition. The diversity, justness and similarity indices

  17. Fijación biológica de nitrógeno por tres fabáceas (Leguminosae) en suelos ácidos de Tabasco, México

    S. Córdova-Sánchez; M. Castelán-Estrada; S. Salgado-García; J. D. Palma-López; J. A. Vera-Núñez; J. J. Peña-Cabriales; L. C. Lagunes-Espinoza; R. Cárdena-Navarro

    2011-01-01

    Con el objetivo de determinar el potencial de fijación biológica de nitrógeno por las fabáceas Cajanus cajan L., Canavalia ensiformis L. y Mucuna deerengiana L., en rotación y asociación con maíz durante dos ciclos de cultivo, se desarrollaron dos experimentos en un suelo ácido de la sabana de Huimanguillo, Tabasco. En ambos sistemas se evaluaron variables relacionadas con la nodulación de estas fabáceas, así como su efecto sobre el rendimiento de maíz (Zea mays L.); también se cuantificó ...

  18. Fijación biológica de nitrógeno por tres fabáceas (Leguminosae) en suelos ácidos de Tabasco, México

    S. Córdova-Sánchez; M. Castelán-Estrada; S. Salgado-García; J. D. Palma-López; J. A. Vera-Núñez; J. J. Peña-Cabriales; L. C. Lagunes-Espinoza; R. Cárdena-Navarro

    2011-01-01

    Con el objetivo de determinar el potencial de fijación biológica de nitrógeno por las fabáceas Cajanus cajan L., Canavalia ensiformis L. y Mucuna deerengiana L., en rotación y asociación con maíz durante dos ciclos de cultivo, se desarrollaron dos experimentos en un suelo ácido de la sabana de Huimanguillo, Tabasco. En ambos sistemas se evaluaron variables relacionadas con la nodulación de estas fabáceas, así como su efecto sobre el rendimiento de maíz (Zea mays L.); también se cuantificó el ...

  19. Pressurized groundwater systems in Lunae and Ophir Plana (Mars): insights from small-scale morphology and experiments

    Marra, Wouter A.; Kleinhans, Maarten G.; de Jong, Steven M.; Hauber, Ernst

    2015-04-01

    Large outflow channels on Mars reveal the past presence of water on the surface, possibly released from pressurized groundwater reservoirs. Due to a lack of understanding of the underlying processes, the hydrological and corresponding climate conditions remain a subject of debate. We investigate the detailed morphology of possible pressurized groundwater outflow systems in comparison to landscape evolution experiments. These experiments show that incised valleys like the classic outflow channels are a last erosional stage in morphological development. This is preceded by the formation of sedimentary lobes due to rapid water loss by infiltration. On Mars, we observed similar features related to different stages of groundwater outflow in Lunae and Ophir Plana, which form parts of the high standing plateaus adjacent to the huge depressions of the Valles Marineris. In both the experiment and the Martian cases, we observed lobate depositions that emerge from collapsed pits and pit chains. These lobes have channelized surfaces related to fluvial flow. In the experiments, pits formed adjacent to the valley heads due to the outflow. The pits in the source regions of Mars strongly relate to the regional tectonic structure and likely result from subsidence by extension and not by groundwater alone. Faulting, subsidence and collapse likely triggered outflow from a pressurized aquifer and could have aided in aquifer pressurization. This scenario is consistent with the presence of one or several cryosphere-confined aquifers from the Early Hesperian to at least the middle Amazonian. A pronounced spatial trend of larger and further developed outflow systems at lower elevations suggests that features ranging from small lobes to large outflow channels were sourced from a common aquifer or from aquifers with similar pressures. The required cryosphere indicates a cold climate and enables groundwater outflow even under atmospheric conditions unfavorable for sustained presence of

  20. Juan de Luna, el papel de la imprenta y sus textos didáctico-literarios: Coloquio y Diálogos familiares

    Andrés, G

    2015-01-01

    A principios del siglo XVII Juan de Luna enuncia un programa didáctico, literario y editorial para la enseñanza europea del español como L2, incluyendo en un mismo ámbito Coloquios escolares, Diálogos familiares y su continuación del Lazarillo, desplegando así en años cercanos una producción pedagógico-literaria parecida a la de autores como César Oudin o Lorenzo Franciosini. El objetivo de este trabajo es, por una parte, destacar el papel de la imprenta en la convergencia y difusión de algun...

  1. Comparación entre los mayores eventos volcánicos de la tierra y súper-erupciones en la luna io de júpiter

    Tovar, David; Sánchez-Aguilar, J j

    2012-01-01

    David Tovar R. & John Jairo Sánchez-Aguilar Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Sede Bogotá. Departamento de Geociencias. Bogotá, Colombia , Se presentan los resultados de la comparación de eventos efusivos y explosivos en la Tierra y la luna Io de Júpiter. Se realizaron mapas y gráficas que muestran la ubicación y distribución de depósitos y volcanes tanto en la Tierra como en Io, además de la comparación de áreas de depósito, altura de plumas, di...

  2. Background intercomparison with an active shielded HPGE detector extended to Freiberg mine in Germany

    A key requirement for underground nuclear astrophysics experiments is the very low background level in germanium detectors. The reference for these purposes is the world's so far only underground accelerator laboratory for nuclear astrophysics, LUNA. LUNA is located deep underground in the Gran Sasso laboratory in Italy, shielded from cosmic rays by 1400m of rock. The background at LUNA was studied in detail using an escape-suppressed Clovertype HPGe detector. Exactly the same detector was subsequently transported to the Felsenkeller underground laboratory in Dresden, shielded by 45m of rock, and the background was shown to be only a factor of three higher than at LUNA when comparing the escape-suppressed spectra, with interesting consequences for underground nuclear astrophysics [2]. As the next step of a systematic study of the effects of a combination of active and passive shielding on the cosmic ray induced background, this detector has recently been brought to the 'Reiche Zeche' mine in Freiberg, Germany, shielded by 150m of rock. The data available with one and the same actively shielded HPGe detector at the Earth's surface and below 45, 150, and 1400m of rock allow getting a general understanding of the effects of active shielding with depth. Supported by the Helmholtz Association (HGF) through the Nuclear Astrophysics Virtual Institute (HGF VH-VI-417). (author)

  3. Flashback. Europa (Lars von Trier). Caídos del cielo (F. Lombardi). Angelo Diablo (Otto Preminger). Jamon, jamon (Bigas Luna). Riff Raff (Ken Loach). Instinto básico (P. Verhoeven)

    Nogueira, Xosé; Arias, Dany; Cerdán, Josetxo

    1992-01-01

    Nogueira, X.; Arias, D.; Cerdán, J. (1992). Flashback. Europa (Lars von Trier). Caídos del cielo (F. Lombardi). Angelo Diablo (Otto Preminger). Jamon, jamon (Bigas Luna). Riff Raff (Ken Loach). Instinto básico (P. Verhoeven). Vértigo. Revista de cine. (5):3-10. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/42951.

  4. Is the Dark Side of the Moon Ever Illuminated by the Sun? (Breton Title: O Lado Escuro da Lua Nunca Apanha Sol?) El Lado Oscuro de la Luna Nunca Toma Sol?

    Giovannini, Odilon; Pellenz, Daiana; Catelli, Francisco

    2014-07-01

    This work presents the elaboration of an answer to the question "Is the dark side of the moon ever illuminated by the sun?", in which issues related to the students' conceptions, how they arise, and the core elements that constitute a "good answer" are considered. These issues are initially elaborated from a literature review of the research in the field; then, and also based on this review, a didactic model that involves the relative motions of the Earth - Moon - Sun system is proposed. A description of the application of this model in a learning environment within middle school students is described. This work confirms the students' initial concepts described in the literature; on the other hand, the questions asked by students during the activity provide evidence that meaningful learning, at least to some degree, has occurred. Este trabalho apresenta a elaboração de uma resposta à pergunta "O lado escuro da Lua nunca apanha sol?" na qual são consideradas questões relacionadas às concepções iniciais dos alunos, de onde elas surgem e os elementos centrais que constituem uma "boa resposta". Essas questões são tratadas, inicialmente, a partir de uma revisão da literatura sobre pesquisas na área e, em seguida, também com base nessa revisão, um objeto modelo didático que envolve os movimentos relativos do sistema Terra - Lua - Sol é proposto. Uma descrição detalhada da aplicação deste modelo em um ambiente de aprendizagem com alunos do ensino fundamental é relatada. As concepções iniciais apresentadas na literatura se confirmam e os questionamentos feitos pelos estudantes por ocasião da aplicação do modelo fornecem indícios de que uma aprendizagem significativa, pelo menos em algum grau, ocorreu. El artículo se presenta el desarrollo de una respuesta a la pregunta "¿El lado oscuro de la luna nunca toma sol?", en la que se consideran algunas cuestiones vinculadas que se refieren a las concepciones iniciales de los estudiantes, dónde surgen

  5. La toma de posesión de las villas del Infantado de Huete por el condestable Álvaro de Luna en 1442

    Martín Prieto, Pablo

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is concerned with establishing a conceptual framework for the study of the ritual side of transmissions of power in late medieval Castilian manors. We will consider the influence of the ethics and aesthetics of feudalism on the elements that express the consent of the involved communities during these ceremonies, as well as on aspects of the contractual nature inherent in the relationship between rulers and ruled in the context of the lordship. A crucial difference can be established between various acts of possession depending on the various kinds of attitudes shown by the communities towards the new lord, ranging from mere passive obedience to eventual hints of actual negotiations. It is also considered here if the latter is the case of the communities within the Infantado de Huete toward their new lord, Constable Álvaro de Luna, in 1442.En este trabajo se propone un marco conceptual para el estudio de las ceremonias de toma de posesión señoriales en la Castilla bajomedieval. Se considera el influjo de la ética y la estética de lo feudal sobre los elementos que expresan el consentimiento de las comunidades durante dichas ceremonias, así como sobre los aspectos de naturaleza contractual inherentes a la relación entre gobernantes y gobernados en el contexto del señorío. Se establece una diferencia crucial entre diversos tipos de tomas de posesión, dependiendo de las distintas actitudes que en ellas adoptan las comunidades hacia el nuevo señor, yendo éstas desde la mera obediencia pasiva hasta sugerir posibles contextos de negociación propiamente dicha, y este último caso se ilustra con el ejemplo de los actos de la toma de posesión de las villas del Infantado de Huete por el condestable Álvaro de Luna en 1442.

  6. Cronología radiocarbónica de Las Lunas (Yuncler, Toledo, un gran poblado de fines de la Prehistoria en la Meseta Sur

    Urbina Martinez, Dionisio

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available We present five radiocarbon dates for the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age phases of Las Lunas (Yuncler, Toledo site. Three of them correspond to the initial moments of the settlement –which is associated with an important bronze hoard– and another two to the final moments of the prehistoric occupation of the village. The coincidence of the first three dates allow us to place fairly accurately the bronze hoard in the mid-tenth century BC, providing interesting information for the study of long-distance contacts in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula during this period. The set of dating evidence shows the existence of large sites in a cultural horizon after Cogotas I and before the Early Iron Age. This horizon is virtually unknown in the region.Presentamos cinco fechas radiocarbónicas correspondientes a las fases del Bronce Final e inicios de la Edad del Hierro del asentamiento de Las Lunas (Yuncler, Toledo. Tres de ellas corresponden a los momentos iniciales del poblamiento y se asocian con un destacado depósito de objetos de bronce. Las otras dos remiten a los momentos finales de la ocupación prehistórica del poblado. La coincidencia de las tres primeras fechas sitúa con bastante exactitud la deposición del conjunto metálico a mediados del siglo X a.C., aportando nueva información para el estudio de los contactos a larga distancia de la población del centro de la Península Ibérica durante este período. El conjunto de dataciones evidencia que ya había poblados de gran extensión en un horizonte cultural posterior a Cogotas I y anterior al Hierro I. Este horizonte es prácticamente desconocido en la región.

  7. Selección de patrones de cítricos tolerantes al virus de la tristeza de los cítricos (VTC) con resistencia a la gomosis de los cítricos en la sabana de Huimanguillo, Tabasco

    Acosta Pérez, Jorge Alberto

    2012-01-01

    La gomosis de los cítricos o podredumbre del pie es una enfermedad producida por especies del género Phytophthora. en cultivos de naranja y limón persa en la sabana de Huimanguillo, Tabasco. En el presente estudio se presenta la identificación morfológica y molecular de la especie de Phytophthora causante de la gomosis. De un total de 34 sitios muestreados sistemáticamente se lograron obtener 13 aislamientos de tejidos de tallo y frutos enfermos de branja y limón. Para esto se utilizaron medi...

  8. Proving the Orbits of the Galilean Moons Through Astrophotography. (Spanish Title: Comprobando Las Órbitas de Las Lunas Galileanas a Través de la Astrofotografía.) Evidenciando as Órbitas das Luas Galileanas Atravéd da Astrofotografia

    Iachel, Gustavo

    2009-12-01

    An activity related to the observation of the Galilean moons and to amateur astrophotography is presented in this work. Through the reading of excerpts of the book Sidereus Nuncius (Sidereal Messenger), by Galileo, it is possible to trace a methodology to observe the planet and its natural satellites and, with the aid of the astrophotography, to analyze the field recordings. Moreover, it is possible to compare the images obtained after plotting the relative positions of these moons to prove their orbits. This activity can be conducted by teachers, students and amateur astronomers, in order to develop their capabilities of observation of astronomical phenomena. Se presenta en este trabajo una actividad relacionada a la observación de las lunas Galileanas y a la astrofotografía amateur. A través de la lectura de tramos de la obra Sidereus Nuncius (El Mensajero Sideral) de Galileo, es posible trazar una metodología para la observación del planeta y de sus satélites naturales y, con el auxilio de la astrofotografía, analizar las anotaciones de campo. Además, es posible comparar las imágenes obtenidas con el gráfico de las posiciones relativas de estas lunas para comprobar sus órbitas. Esa actividad puede ser realizada por maestros, estudiantes y astrónomos amateurs, de forma a desarrollar sus capacidades de observación de los fenómenos astronómicos. Uma atividade relacionada à observação das luas Galileanas e à astrofotografia amadora é apresentada neste trabalho. Através da leitura de trechos da obra Sidereus Nuncius (Mensageiro Sideral), de Galileu, é possível traçar uma metodologia para a observação do planeta e de seus satélites naturais e, com o auxílio da astrofotografia, analisar as anotações de campo. Além disso, é possível comparar as imagens obtidas com o gráfico das posições relativas destas luas para evidenciar suas órbitas. Essa atividade pode ser realizada por professores, estudantes e astrônomos amadores, de forma a

  9. Vulnerabilidad por aprovechamiento y distribución de especies leñosas desde la perspectiva comunitaria en la reserva cañón del Usumacinta, Tabasco, México

    Samuel Cabrera-Pérez

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de la investigación fue docu-mentar los usos y grado de vulnerabilidad de la flora leñosa multiuso, usando para ello la perspectiva de los pobladores, así como describir la distribución en los ambientes de estas especies sobre el territorio que ocupa la comunidad de Niños Héroes, Tenosique, Tabasco, México. Se emplearon métodos etnobotánicos tales como: recorridos de campo con conocedores de la flora del sitio, colecta botánica y aplicación de entrevistas en cada vivienda de la comunidad. Estas últimas, incluyeron preguntas generales y específicas para documentar los usos y pedir colaboración para la realización de un taller comunitario para fundamentar la construcción del índice vulnerabilidad por aprovechamiento de la flora leñosa. Se identificaron 168 especies de flora leñosa útil, de las cuales 97 son multiusos. Éstas se agruparon en 20 categorías de utilidad, entre las que destaca la leña con 71 especies, seguidas por materiales para instrumentos de trabajo de campo (65, materiales para la construcción de casas rurales (63, cerco muerto (53, comestible (53, y cerco vivo (50. La selva y el acahual son los hábitats con mayor número de especies de flora multiusos y proveen al colectivo 27 y 26% del total respectivamente. El 22% de las especies multiusos presentan alta vulnerabilidad de aprovechamiento, mientras que 50% están categorizadas con vulnerabilidad baja por aprovechamiento. El índice aquí evaluado, permite detectar el grado de vulnerabilidad al aprovechamiento de manera local o regional, pero no se corresponde a los índices de amenaza establecidos por la Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM-059-SEMARNAT de protección ambiental de especies nativas de México. Este índice permite poner alertas a nivel local o regional con relación a la fragilidad de las especies. La información generada, sienta bases para el manejo de los recursos y puede servir de guía para las agencias del gobierno, instituciones

  10. The optimisation of electrokinetic remediation for heavy metals and radioactivity contamination on Holyrood-Lunas soil (acrisol species) in Sri Gading Industrial Area, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia.

    Mohamed Johar, S; Embong, Z

    2015-11-01

    The optimisation of electrokinetic remediation of an alluvial soil, locally named as Holyrood-Lunas from Sri Gading Industrial Area, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia, had been conducted in this research. This particular soil was chosen due to its relatively high level of background radiation in a range between 139.2 and 539.4 nGy h(-1). As the background radiation is correlated to the amount of parent nuclides, (238)U and (232)Th, hence, a remediation technique, such as electrokinetic, is very useful in reducing these particular concentrations of heavy metal and radionuclides in soils. Several series of electrokinetics experiments were performed in laboratory scale in order to study the influence of certain electrokinetic parameters in soil. The concentration before (pre-electrokinetic) and after the experiment (post-electrokinetic) was determined via X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis technique. The best electrokinetic parameter that contributed to the highest achievable concentration removal of heavy metals and radionuclides on each experimental series was incorporated into a final electrokinetic experiment. Here, High Pure Germanium (HPGe) was used for radioactivity elemental analysis. The XRF results suggested that the most optimised electrokinetic parameters for Cr, Ni, Zn, As, Pb, Th and U were 3.0 h, 90 volts, 22.0 cm, plate-shaped electrode by 8 × 8 cm and in 1-D configuration order whereas the selected optimised electrokinetic parameters gave very low reduction of (238)U and (232)Th at 0.23 ± 2.64 and 2.74 ± 23.78 ppm, respectively. PMID:25920778

  11. Las residencias Moches: un primer análisis de la sintaxis espacial en las huacas del Sol y de la Luna, Perú

    Castillo Luján, Feren Alexard

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents a first approximation obtained from the use of space syntax in residential households in the ancient Moche city (s. VII-IX AD. Studies in the site of Temples of the Sun and Moon have elucidated that during the last centuries of occupation, the theocratic system collapsed and a change began towards a new political and ideological system by the new ruling elites. The analyses have allowed us to understand the logic of built space in three households’ complex and show a high understanding of hierarchy and spatial distribution by its former inhabitants. Obviously, the use of Archaeology of architecture in societies like the Moche requires more studies, because these households have very complex internal divisions, where the spatial unit does not always work independently, but in many cases are linked with other constituting a complex functional space.Este trabajo muestra las primeras aproximaciones obtenidas del uso de la sintaxis espacial en viviendas del tipo residencial en la antigua ciudad Moche (s. VII-IX d. C.. Los estudios realizados en el sitio de huacas del Sol y de la Luna han permitido entender que durante los últimos siglos de ocupación, el sistema teocrático colapsó y se inició un cambio hacia un nuevo sistema político e ideológico por parte de las nuevas elites gobernantes. Los análisis realizados han permitido entender la lógica del espacio construido en tres viviendas complejas y que muestran un alto entendimiento de jerarquía y distribución espacial por parte de sus antiguos habitantes. Evidentemente el uso de la Arqueología de la Arquitectura en sociedades como la Moche necesita mayores estudios, puesto que, estas viviendas presentan divisiones internas muy complejas, donde la unidad espacial no siempre funciona de manera independiente, sino que en muchos casos se articulan con otras constituyendo un espacio funcional complejo.

  12. 2003-2012: 10 Años de legislación sobre no discriminación de personas con discapacidad en España. Estudios en homenaje a Miguel Ángel Cabra de Luna

    Pérez Bueno, Luis Cayo; Álvarez Ramírez, Gloria; et al.

    2012-01-01

    Esta obra colectiva publicada por el CERMI en homenaje a Miguel Ángel Cabra de Luna hace un repaso del impacto que ha tenido la legislación sobre no discriminación de las personas con discapacidad de los últimos diez años, desde la aparición de la Ley 51/2003, de 2 de diciembre, de Igualdad de Oportunidades, no Discriminación y Accesibilidad Universal de las Personas con Discapacidad y tras la reciente adaptación normativa de nuestra legislación a la Convención sobre los derechos humanos de l...

  13. Ciudadanía y sustentabilidad ambiental en la ciudad: la recuperación del humedal Angachilla y la organización local en la Villa Claro de Luna, Valdivia, Chile

    Juan C Skewes; Rodrigo Rehbein; Claudia Mancilla

    2012-01-01

    La recuperación del humedal Angachilla por la junta de vecinos de la Villa Claro de Luna en la ciudad de Valdivia constituye un ejercicio donde se yuxtaponen la preocupación ambiental y el ejercicio de la soberanía ciudadana. Por medio de su organización, los residentes logran, por una parte, contribuir a la protección del medio ambiente; y por la otra, incrementar su participación en los procesos urbanos de una ciudad intermedia. A partir del redescubrimiento de las relaciones con la natural...

  14. The determination of maturity levels in source rocks of the La Luna Formation, Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela, based on convention geochemical parameters and asphaltenes; Determinacao do grau de maturacao em rochas geradoras de petroleo, formacao La Luna, Bacia de Maracaibo, Venezuela: parametros geoquimicos convencionais e asfaltenos

    Castro, L.P. de [Pontificia Universidade Catolica (PUC-RS), Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil). Centro de Excelencia em Pesquisas sobre o Armazenamento de Carbono; Franco, N. [Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil). Dept. de Geologia; Lopez, L.; Lo Monaco, S.; Escobar, G. [Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV), Caracas (Venezuela); Kalkreuth, W. [Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil). Centro de Excelencia em Analises de Carvao e Rochas Geradoras de Petroleo

    2008-07-01

    The La Luna Formation, main source rock of the Maracaibo Basin was studied by conventional geochemical parameters, used to determine the maturity, and they were compared with the physic-chemical and molecular properties of the asphaltenes present in the bitumen of the rocks. Three wells were studied (A, B and C) with a total of 13 samples. Based on Rock-Eval results the organic matter in well A (455 deg C Tmax) shows a relatively high level of maturation (top of the oil window), whereas the organic matter in well B (435 - 436 deg C Tmax) is in the beginning of the oil window. Tmax values in well C (438 - 446 deg C) and well C suggest an intermediate maturity level. The biomarkers identified in well B and C show ratios indicating an equilibrium state in the maturity level. A good correlation was found comparing the conventional analytical data with the determination of maturity level obtained from the asphaltenes precipitated from the bitumen of the samples. With increased maturity levels the H1 NMR analysis showed enrichment in aromatic molecules in relation to aliphatic, due to the bitumen aromatization process. Similarly, the asphaltenes molecular weight has higher values in samples characterized by elevated maturity levels. This confirms earlier studies that showed that asphaltenes may be utilized as maturity parameter of organic matter. (author)

  15. Resonance strengths in the 17,18O(p, α)14,15N reactions and background suppression underground. Commissioning of a new setup for charged-particle detection at LUNA

    We report on measurements of resonance strengths and energies for the Ep = 151 and 193 keV resonances in the 18O(p, α)15N and 17O(p, α)14N reactions, respectively, obtained during commissioning of a new setup for alpha-particle detection studies at the LUNA underground laboratory. Our values, ωγ(151) = 164.2 ± 0.9stat-11.7+12.1syst meV and ωγ (193) = 1.68 ± 0.03stat ± 0.12syst meV, are in excellent agreement with those reported in the literature. New values of resonance energies are Ep = 151.2 ± 0.3 keV and Ep = 194.8 ± 0.3 keV, respectively, this latter with the highest precision to date. Comparative background measurements in silicon detectors overground and underground were also carried out, yielding up to a factor of 15 in background suppression at LUNA at energies around 200 keV. This clearly demonstrates the usefulness of underground measurements in charged-particles experiments, especially at low detection energies. (orig.)

  16. Resonance strengths in the {sup 17,18}O(p, α){sup 14,15}N reactions and background suppression underground. Commissioning of a new setup for charged-particle detection at LUNA

    Bruno, C.G.; Scott, D.A.; Aliotta, M.; Davinson, T.; Griffin, C.J. [University of Edinburgh, SUPA, School of Physics and Astronomy, Edinburgh (United Kingdom); Formicola, A.; Best, A.; Junker, M. [Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, INFN, Assergi (Italy); Anders, M.; Bemmerer, D.; Szuecs, T. [Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Dresden (Germany); Broggini, C.; Menegazzo, R. [INFN, Padova (Italy); Caciolli, A.; Depalo, R. [INFN, Padova (Italy); Universita di Padova, Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Padova (Italy); Cavanna, F.; Corvisiero, P.; Prati, P. [INFN, Genova (Italy); Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita di Genova, Genova (Italy); Di Leva, A.; Imbriani, G. [Universita di Napoli ' ' Federico II' ' , Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche, Napoli (Italy); Elekes, Z.; Fueloep, Zs.; Gyuerky, Gy.; Somorjai, E. [MTA Atomki, Institute of Nuclear Research, Debrecen (Hungary); Gervino, G. [Universita degli Studi di Torino, Dipartimento di Fisica Sperimentale, Torino (Italy); Guglielmetti, A.; Trezzi, D. [Universita degli Studi di Milano (Italy); INFN, Milano (Italy); Gustavino, C. [INFN, Roma (Italy); Napolitani, E. [Universita di Padova, Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Padova (Italy); Straniero, O. [Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, INFN, Assergi (Italy); Osservatorio Astronomico di Collurania, Teramo (Italy); Strieder, F. [South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD (United States); Collaboration: LUNA Collaboration

    2015-08-15

    We report on measurements of resonance strengths and energies for the E{sub p} = 151 and 193 keV resonances in the {sup 18}O(p, α){sup 15}N and {sup 17}O(p, α){sup 14}N reactions, respectively, obtained during commissioning of a new setup for alpha-particle detection studies at the LUNA underground laboratory. Our values, ωγ(151) = 164.2 ± 0.9{sub stat-11.7}{sup +12.1}{sub syst} meV and ωγ (193) = 1.68 ± 0.03{sub stat} ± 0.12{sub syst} meV, are in excellent agreement with those reported in the literature. New values of resonance energies are E{sub p} = 151.2 ± 0.3 keV and E{sub p} = 194.8 ± 0.3 keV, respectively, this latter with the highest precision to date. Comparative background measurements in silicon detectors overground and underground were also carried out, yielding up to a factor of 15 in background suppression at LUNA at energies around 200 keV. This clearly demonstrates the usefulness of underground measurements in charged-particles experiments, especially at low detection energies. (orig.)

  17. Towards the study of 2H(p, γ)3He reaction in the Big Bang Nucleosynthesis energy range in LUNA

    Kochanek, Izabela

    2016-04-01

    The Big Bang Nucleosynthesis began a few minutes after the Big Bang, when the Universe was sufficiently cold to allow deuterium nuclei to survive photo-disintegration. The total amount of deuterium produced in the Universe during the first minutes depends on the cosmological parameters (like the energy density in baryons, Ω bh 2, and the effective neutrino number, Neff ) and on the nuclear cross sections of the relevant reactions. The main source of uncertainty in the deuterium estimation comes from the 2H(p, γ)3He cross section. Measurements of Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) anisotropies obtained by the Planck satellite are in very good agreement with the theoretical predictions of the minimal ΛCDM cosmological model, significantly reducing the uncertainty on its parameters. The Planck data allows to indirectly deduce with very high precision the abundances of primodial nuclides, such as the primodial deuterium fraction 2H/H = (2.65 ± 0.07) .10-5 (68% C.L.). The astrophysical observations in damped Lyman-a systems at high redshifts provide a second high accuracy measurement of the primodial abundance of deuterium 2H/H = (2.53 ± 0.04) · 10-5 (68% C.L.). The present experimental status on the astrophysical S-factor of the 2H(p, γ)3He reaction in the BBN energy range, gives a systematic uncertainties of 9%. Also the difference between ab-initio calculations and experimental values of S12 is at the level of 10%. In order to clarify the actual scenario, a measurement of 2H(p, γ)3He cross section with a precision of a few percent in the 70-400 keV energy range is planned at LUNA in 2016. A feasibility test of the measurement has been performed in October 2014, giving the preliminary results on the cross section. The experimental setup for the test and final measurement campaign will be presented.

  18. Providing Meaningful Learning for Students of the Sixth Grade of Middle School: a Study on the Moon Phases. (Breton Title: Propiciando Aprendizagem Significativa Para Alunos do Sexto Ano do Ensino Fundamental: um Estudo sobre as Fases da Lua.) Propiciando el Aprendizaje Significativo Para Alumnos del Sexto Nivel de la Educación General Básica: un Estudio sobre Las Fases de la Luna

    Darroz, Luiz Marcelo; Samudio Pérez, Carlos Ariel; da Rosa, Cleci Werner; Heineck, Renato

    2012-07-01

    We relate in this article a didactic experience studying the moon phases with a group of middle school students of a private school of the municipality of Passo Fundo, RS. Based on David Ausubel's Meaningful Learning Theory, we have sought to develop a proposal following a didactic model which simulates the phases of the Moon, as based on the previous conceptions of the students. The signs of learning were evidenced by means of memory registries of the activity. From the obtained results we believe that the proposal achieved its goals, since the students were able to identify, differentiate and transfer the phenomenon of the moon phases to new contexts. Thus, it is concluded that a methodology focused on a meaningful content for the students is fundamental to the construction and genuine grasping of what is being learned. Neste artigo, relata-se uma experiência didática de estudo das fases da Lua com uma turma do 6° ano do Ensino Fundamental, de uma escola privada do município de Passo Fundo, RS. Tendo como fundamentação teórica a Teoria da Aprendizagem Significativa de David Ausubel, buscou-se desenvolver a proposta a partir de um modelo didático que simula as fases da Lua e com base nas concepções prévias dos estudantes. Os indícios da aprendizagem foram constatados através de registros de memórias da atividade. Pelos resultados apresentados, acredita-se que a proposta alcançou seus objetivos, uma vez que os estudantes conseguiram identificar, diferenciar e transferir o fenômeno das fases da Lua para novos contextos. Assim, conclui-se que uma metodologia com enfoque em um conteúdo significativo ao estudante é fundamental para a construção e compreensão genuína do que está sendo aprendido. En este artículo se relata una experiencia didáctica de estudio de las fases de la Luna con una clase de 6º año de la educación general básica de una escuela privada del municipio de Passo Fundo, RS. Teniendo como fundamentación teórica la Teor

  19. Traslape espacial de la comunidad de peces dulceacuícolas diurnos en el sistema de humedal Media Luna, Rioverde, S.L.P., México Spatial overlap of the diurnal freshwater fish community in the Media Luna wetland system, Rioverde, S.L.P., Mexico

    Jorge Palacio-Núñez

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available El humedal de la Media Luna es el más representativo y el más presionado por uso turístico y acciones de manejo en la Llanura de Rioverde, S.L.P. Contiene 13 especies de peces, dos nocturnas y 11 diurnas. Estas últimas fueron consideradas en este estudio, entre las que destacan cinco especies endémicas de la zona, una especie nativa de amplia distribución y cinco introducidas. Con la finalidad de determinar el grado de traslape espacial entre las especies, se tomaron los datos de cinco momentos de muestreo efectuados entre 1998 y 1999, con n = 54 transectos subacuáticos en cada muestreo. Se analizó tanto la distribución poblacional de los peces por clase de edad (adultos, juveniles y crías, como la similitud entre pares de especies para las variables del hábitat: sector, profundidad y vegetación. Los peces adultos y juveniles tendieron a traslaparse; las crías se segregaron en sector y se traslaparon en profundidad y vegetación. Hubo traslape considerable entre especies nativas e introducidas en al menos un estadio de vida; la especie endémica con mayor grado de superposición espacial con los introducidos fue Ataeniobius toweri, mientras que la especie introducida que mayor traslape con las nativas fue Oreochromis sp. Todas las especies endemícos se encontraron en riesgo de extinción, por lo que se considera de especial interés la posible afectación por el traslape espacial con las especies introducidas.The Media Luna wetland is the most representative and most affected by tourism and management actions in the Llanura de Rioverde, S.L.P. It contains 13 fish species, two of them are nocturnal and eleven diurnal. This study considers only the diurnal species. From these, the most relevant are five local endemic, one native widely distributed and five introduced species. In order to determine the degree of spatial overlap, 54 sub-aquatic transects per sampling session were conducted from 1998 and 1999. The fish population

  20. Luna County 2010 Census Tracts

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  1. LUNA: Nuclear Astrophysics Deep Underground

    Broggini, Carlo; Bemmerer, Daniel; Guglielmetti, Alessandra; Menegazzo, Roberto

    2010-01-01

    Nuclear astrophysics strives for a comprehensive picture of the nuclear reactions responsible for synthesizing the chemical elements and for powering the stellar evolution engine. Deep underground in the Gran Sasso laboratory the cross sections of the key reactions of the proton-proton chain and of the Carbon-Nitrogen-Oxygen (CNO) cycle have been measured right down to the energies of astrophysical interest. The salient features of underground nuclear astrophysics are summarized here. The mai...

  2. Luna County Current Area Landmark

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  3. Luna County Current Point Landmarks

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  4. Pierrot, poeta "ebbro di luna"

    Anna Scalfaro

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Arnold Schönberg composed Pierrot Lunaire in 1912 in Berlin, for the cabaret singer Albertine Zehme. The work consists of a series of twentyone melologues, on texts by the Belgian symbolist poet Albert Giraud, translated into German by Otto Erich Hartleben, for narrator (Sprechgesang, or 'spoken song' and instrumental ensemble (piano, clarinet in A or bass clarinet in B flat, flute or piccolo, violin or viola, cello, in various combinations depending on the songs. Pierrot Lunaire is one of the most representative compositions of the so-told "atonal" phase of Schönberg’s work, characterized by his abandon of tonal harmonic language. The didactic-course, aimed at students of the lower secondary school, is generally based on the entire cycle and then focuses on the first piece, Mondestrunken (Moondrunk, in order to analyse in more detail a few aspects of the Author’s musical writing.

  5. Luna County 2010 Census Roads

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  6. Luna County 2010 Census Blocks

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  7. The Moon Phases in a Paper Box. (Spanish Title: Las Fases de la Luna en Una Caja de Cartón.) As Fases da Lua Numa Caixa de Papelão

    de Fátima O. Saraiva, Maria; Amador, Cláudio B.; Kemper, Érico; Goulart, Paulo; Muller, Angela

    2007-12-01

    We present a very simple concrete model to demonstrate the concept of phases of an illuminated body. The main objective of our model is to help the understanding of the Moon phases as viewed from the perspective of an observer on Earth. The material allows the visualization of two important effects: (1st) even though all the time half Moon is illuminated by the Sun, we see different fractions of the illuminated Moon surface, depending on our angle of sight; (2nd) the orientation of the convex part of the Moon in the crescent and waning phases on the sky also depends on our perspective from Earth. The use of a closed box allows one to see the contrast among the different phases with no need of a dark room. We also present a text on the Moon phases, emphasizing the dependence of the aspect of the bright part on the angle of sight. En este trabajo proponemos la construcción de material didáctico de bajo costo para demostración del concepto de fases de un cuerpo iluminado. El principal objetivo de nuestro material es facilitar la comprensión de las fases de la Luna desde la perspectiva de un observador en la Tierra. El material ayuda la visualización de dos efectos importantes: (1º) a pesar de tener siempre la mitad de la Luna (representada por una bolita de espuma plástica o de ping-pong), iluminada por el Sol ( representado por una fuente de luz natural o artificial), vemos diferentes fracciones de su superficie iluminada, dependiendo del ángulo por el cual la vemos; (2º) la orientación del borde convexo de la Luna en las fases Creciente y Menguante también depende de la perspectiva por la cual la miramos desde la Tierra. El uso de una caja cerrada permite observar el contraste entre las diferentes fases sin necesidad de estar en un recinto oscuro. Presentamos también un texto explicativo sobre las fases de la Luna, enfatizando la dependencia de la apariencia de la parte iluminada con el ángulo de visión. Neste trabalho propomos a construção de

  8. Reading Intermediality: Lorca’s Viaje a la luna (“Journey to the Moon,” 1929 and Un chien andalou (Buñuel/Dalí, 1929

    Paul Julian Smith

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available This article will treat two experimental short films, the first one of the most famous in cinema history; the second a little known script, lost for many years and brought to the screen only sixty years after it was written. The former is Un chien andalou of 1929, generally attributed to both director Luis Buñuel and Catalan painter Salvador Dalí (who claims first screenwriting credit in the film itself. The latter is Viaje a la luna, written also in 1929 by poet and dramatist Federico García Lorca and filmed by Frederic Amat, a contemporary Catalan painter, in 1998, the centenary of Lorca’s birth. Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE

  9. Neutron-induced background by an {alpha}-beam incident on a deuterium gas target and its implications for the study of the {sup 2}H({alpha},{gamma}){sup 6}Li reaction at LUNA

    Anders, M.; Bemmerer, D.; Elekes, Z.; Marta, M. [Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Dresden (Germany); Trezzi, D.; Mazzocchi, C. [INFN, Sezione di Milano, Milano (Italy); Bellini, A.; Costantini, H.; Corvisiero, P.; Lemut, A.; Prati, P. [Universita di Genova (Italy); INFN, Sezione di Genova, Dipartimento di Fisica, Genova (Italy); Aliotta, M.; Davinson, T.; Scott, D. [University of Edinburgh, SUPA, School of Physics and Astronomy, Edinburgh (United Kingdom); Broggini, C.; Caciolli, A.; Erhard, M.; Menegazzo, R.; Rossi Alvarez, C. [INFN, Sezione di Padova, Padova (Italy); Formicola, A.; Junker, M. [Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, INFN, Assergi (Italy); Fueloep, Zs.; Gyuerky, G.; Somorjai, E.; Szuecs, T. [Institute of Nuclear Research (ATOMKI), Debrecen (Hungary); Gervino, G. [Universita di Torino (Italy); INFN, Dipartimento di Fisica Sperimentale, Torino (Italy); Guglielmetti, A. [INFN, Sezione di Milano, Milano (Italy); Universita degli Studi di Milano, Milano (Italy); Gustavino, C. [INFN, Sezione di Roma ' ' La Sapienza' ' , Roma (Italy); Straniero, O. [INFN, Sezione di Napoli, Napoli (Italy); Osservatorio Astronomico di Collurania, Teramo (Italy); Collaboration: LUNA Collaboration

    2013-02-15

    The production of the stable isotope {sup 6}Li in standard Big Bang nucleosynthesis has recently attracted much interest. Recent observations in metal-poor stars suggest that a cosmological {sup 6}Li plateau may exist. If true, this plateau would come in addition to the well-known Spite plateau of {sup 7}Li abundances and would point to a predominantly primordial origin of {sup 6}Li, contrary to the results of standard Big Bang nucleosynthesis calculations. Therefore, the nuclear physics underlying Big Bang {sup 6}Li production must be revisited. The main production channel for {sup 6}Li in the Big Bang is the {sup 2}H({alpha},{gamma}){sup 6}Li reaction. The present work reports on neutron-induced effects in a high-purity germanium detector that were encountered in a new study of this reaction. In the experiment, an {alpha}-beam from the underground accelerator LUNA in Gran Sasso, Italy, and a windowless deuterium gas target are used. A low neutron flux is induced by energetic deuterons from elastic scattering and, subsequently, the {sup 2}H(d,n){sup 3}He reaction. Due to the ultra-low laboratory neutron background at LUNA, the effect of this weak flux of 2-3 MeV neutrons on well-shielded high-purity germanium detectors has been studied in detail. Data have been taken at 280 and 400keV {alpha}-beam energy and for comparison also using an americium-beryllium neutron source. (orig.)

  10. University Students' Conceptions about the Moon Phases. (Spanish Title: Concepciones de Estudiantes Universitários sobre Las Fases de la Luna.) Concepções de Estudantes Universitários sobre as Fases da Lua

    de Fátima Oliveira Saraiva, Maria; da Silveira, Fernando Lang; Steffani, Maria Helena

    2011-07-01

    In this article we describe the development of a multiple choice test about lunar phases and analyze the results of its application to ten groups of Physics students at the UFRGS. During the improvement of the test, we noticed that the percentage of right answers about some concepts increased significantly when associated with the reformulation of the question, emphasizing the importance of being careful to avoid incorrect answers generated by unclear questions, and not by ignorance on the matter. We confirm the results of other studies that show that students have great difficulty to relate the Moon's phase with its position in the sky at given time. On the other hand, our results suggest that, in general, students of Physics understand the phenomenon of lunar phases better than the average of university students. En estese artículo se describe la elaboración de una prueba de opción múltiple sobre las fases de la Luna y se analizan los resultados de su aplicación en diez grupos de estudiantes de Física de UFRGS. Durante el mejoramiento de la prueba observamos que el porcentaje de aciertos creció considerablemente cuando considerada una nueva redacción de la pregunta, destacando el cuidado que se debe tomar a fin de evitar respuestas incorrectas generadas por preguntas poco claras y no a causa de la ignorancia de los estudiantes sobre el tema. Confirmamos los resultados de otros estudios que las mayores dificultades de los alumnos sobre el tema fases de la Luna están en relacionar la fase de la Luna con su posición en el cielo en determinado momento. Por otra parte, nuestros resultados sugieren que, en general, los estudiantes de la Física comprenden mejor el fenómeno de las fases lunares que el promedio de los estudiantes universitarios. Neste artigo descrevemos a elaboração de um teste de múltipla escolha sobre as fases da Lua e analisamos os resultados de sua aplicação em dez grupos de estudantes de Física da UFRGS. Durante o aprimoramento do

  11. Neutron-induced background by an alpha-beam incident on a deuterium gas target and its implications for the study of the 2H(alpha,gamma)6Li reaction at LUNA

    Anders, M; Bellini, A; Aliotta, M; Bemmerer, D; Broggini, C; Caciolli, A; Costantini, H; Corvisiero, P; Davinson, T; Elekes, Z; Erhard, M; Formicola, A; Fülöp, Zs; Gervino, G; Guglielmetti, A; Gustavino, C; Gyürky, Gy; Junker, M; Lemut, A; Marta, M; Mazzocchi, C; Menegazzo, R; Prati, P; Alvarez, C Rossi; Scott, D; Somorjai, E; Straniero, O; Szücs, T

    2013-01-01

    The production of the stable isotope Li-6 in standard Big Bang nucleosynthesis has recently attracted much interest. Recent observations in metal-poor stars suggest that a cosmological Li-6 plateau may exist. If true, this plateau would come in addition to the well-known Spite plateau of Li-7 abundances and would point to a predominantly primordial origin of Li-6, contrary to the results of standard Big Bang nucleosynthesis calculations. Therefore, the nuclear physics underlying Big Bang Li-6 production must be revisited. The main production channel for Li-6 in the Big Bang is the 2H(alpha,gamma)6Li reaction. The present work reports on neutron-induced effects in a high-purity germanium detector that were encountered in a new study of this reaction. In the experiment, an {\\alpha}-beam from the underground accelerator LUNA in Gran Sasso, Italy, and a windowless deuterium gas target are used. A low neutron flux is induced by energetic deuterons from elastic scattering and, subsequently, the 2H(d,n)3He reaction....

  12. LECTURA DEL GUIÓN VIAJE A LA LUNA DE FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA Y DE LA ADAPTACIÓN FÍLMICA DE FREDERIC AMAT Federico García Lorca’s Viaje a la luna’s Script Reading and Frederic Amat’s Film Adaptation

    Macarena Roca Leiva

    2010-01-01

    El presente estudio establece las divergencias producidas en la recepción del guión Viaje a la luna (1929) de Federico García Lorca y la adaptación cinematográfica realizada por Frederic Amat (1998). Tanto el guión como la película presentan disparidades en su actualización, debido a las diferencias entre lector y observador, desplazamientos que serán analizados a partir de los conceptos esenciales de la teoría de la lectura de W. Iser y los niveles estructurales de R. Barthes.The present stu...

  13. LECTURA DEL GUIÓN VIAJE A LA LUNA DE FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA Y DE LA ADAPTACIÓN FÍLMICA DE FREDERIC AMAT Federico García Lorca’s Viaje a la luna’s Script Reading and Frederic Amat’s Film Adaptation

    Macarena Roca Leiva

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente estudio establece las divergencias producidas en la recepción del guión Viaje a la luna (1929 de Federico García Lorca y la adaptación cinematográfica realizada por Frederic Amat (1998. Tanto el guión como la película presentan disparidades en su actualización, debido a las diferencias entre lector y observador, desplazamientos que serán analizados a partir de los conceptos esenciales de la teoría de la lectura de W. Iser y los niveles estructurales de R. Barthes.The present study seeks to establish the divergences produced in the reception of the script Viaje a la luna (1929 from Federico García Lorca and the cinematographic adaptation carried out by Frederic Amat (1998. Both stories-written and cinematographical-present dissimilarities in their actualization due to the difference between reader and observer. The displacements between both productions will be revised from the essential concepts of Wiser’s theory of the reading and R.Barthes’s structural sequences.

  14. Fácies Orgânica da Formação La Luna, Bacia do Valle Superior del Magdalena, Colômbia:Implicações para a Geração de Petróleo e Caracterização Paleoambiental.

    Juliana Andrade Iemini

    2007-08-01

    Full Text Available Upper Cretaceous pelitic rocks generate most of the oil reserves in Colombia. In Del Magdalena Upper Valley (MUV, the existenceof good quality outcrops and thermal evolution levels that vary from immaturity to the end of the oil generation “window” makes it one of themost appropriate regions for the study of primary migration and generation of oil in Upper Cretaceous. The main objectives of this work wereto study the organic facies of La Luna Formation in an outcrop section called Riacho Bambuca (Bambuca Creek, determine the oil generationpotential and characterize the paleoenvironment. For this research, 24 samples were used in palynofacies analysis (characterization ofthe kerogen components assembly and in organic geochemistry analysis (Total Organic Carbon – TOC analysis and Rock-Eval pyrolysis,provided by Colombia Oil Institute – ECOPETROL. The palynofacies analysis included the use of microscopy techniques (transmitted whitelight and incident blue light. Furthermore, a Spore Coloration Index (SCI analysis was made in order to determine the thermal maturationstage. The studied material was composed mainly of an amorphous organic substance, with its fluorescent coloration varying from yellow tobright orange. The palynomorph group is represented by spore morph and dinoflagellate cysts. The ligneous material are present in very lowpercentages; they are mainly opaque phytoclasts. The results of geochemical analysis showed TOC contents ranging from medium to high,excellent potential for the generation of hydrocarbons (PG > 4 mg HC/g of rock, hydrogen index ranging from 329 to 589 mg HC/g, andlow values of oxygen index, characterizing type II kerogen. The low degree of thermal maturation was determined by Spore Coloration Indexvalues ranging from 2,5 to 3,0, Tmax values below 440°C and Hydrocarbon Production Index inferior to 0,2. According to the organic faciesdata, La Luna Formation deposited in a marine environment with facies from

  15. Development of an Intelligent Robot for an Agricultural Production Ecosystem (Ⅷ) : Improvement of Predator-Prey Model and Analysis of the Activity of Snail in Paddy by Image Processing-

    Yamaguchi, Yusuke; Luna Maldonado, Alejandro Isabel; Nakaji, Kei

    2010-01-01

    The predator (Golden apple snail)―prey(rice or weeds) model developed in a previous research (Luna et al., 2008c) and the Simulink model constructed for image processing analysis were improved in order to observe and measure the activity of snails by calculating of speed of them using the AVI (Audio Video Interleave) files reported in earlier paper (Yamaguchi et al., 2008). The improved Predator ―Prey Model are thought to be more realistic and the improved Simulink model is able to calculate...

  16. Activities.

    Moody, Mally

    1992-01-01

    A series of four activities are presented to enhance students' abilities to appreciate and use trigonometry as a tool in problem solving. Activities cover problems applying the law of sines, the law of cosines, and matching equivalent trigonometric expressions. A teacher's guide, worksheets, and answers are provided. (MDH)

  17. Luna County Blocks, Housing Vacancy Status (2010)

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  18. Luna County Blocks, Households by Type (2010)

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  19. Deep water invasions in oil fields of the gulf of Mexico: a challenge for the application of environmental isotopes; Invasiones de aguas profundas en yacimientos petroleros del golfo de Mexico: un reto para la aplicacion de isotopos ambientales

    Birkle, Peter [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico)

    2001-07-01

    It was verified the use of environmental isotopes as a useful method to improve the efficiency of the present exploitation in oil fields of the Gulf of Mexico. In general, the stable isotopes like deuterium, 18 O, 13 C, 37 Cl, 87 Sr and 34 S, support in questions on the origin of waters, its quality, the geochemistry evolution, recharge processes, interaction water-rock, origin of the salinity and contamination processes, whereas the radioactive isotopes (Tritium, 14 C, 36 I and 129 I) provide information on the time of circulation, the origin and the age of underground waters. Since year 1998, the Gerencia de Geotermia of the Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas is making investigation projects in the oil fields of the Actives of Production Luna, Pol-Chuc, Chilpilla-Colomo (all of them in the state of Tabasco) and Cactus-Sitio Grande (Chiapas) in the South Region of PEMEX Exploration and Production (PEP). As primary target of these studies hidrogeological models were developed on the migration and circulation of the fluids in the oil fields with the purpose of limiting the water invasion in producing wells and to increase the crude oil production. [Spanish] Se comprobo el uso de los isotopos ambientales como un metodo util para mejorar la eficiencia de la explotacion actual en yacimientos petroleros del golfo de Mexico. En general, los isotopos estables como deuterio, 18 O, 13 C, 37 Cl, 87 Sr y 34 S, apoyan en cuestiones sobre el origen de las aguas, su calidad, la evolucion geoquimica, procesos de recarga, interaccion agua-roca, origen de la salinidad y procesos de contaminacion, mientras que los isotopos radiactivos (Tritio, 14 C, 36 l Y 129 I) proporcionan informacion sobre el tiempo de circulacion, el origen y la edad de las aguas subterraneas. Desde el ano 1998, la Gerencia de Geotermia del Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas esta realizando proyectos de investigacion en los campos petroleros de los activos de Produccion Luna, Pol-Chuc, Chilpilla

  20. Isolation of microorganisms with chinitase, protease and keratinase activities from petroleum contaminated soils

    Cervantes-Gonzalez, E.; Rojas-Avelizapa, L.; Cruz-Camarillo, R. [1 Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biologicas Departamento de Microbiologia, Laboratorio de Enzimas Microbianas, Mexico City (Mexico); Rojas-Avelizapa, N.G. [Programa de Biotecnologia del Petroleo, Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo, Mexico City (Mexico)

    2005-07-01

    The most important part in one process of bio-remediation are the microorganisms with the capacities to degrade target compounds, this research is based to find microorganisms hydrocarbon-clastic with enzyme activities to degrade chicken feather (keratinolytic activity) which is also a contaminant and has been used such as sorbent of petroleum and can be composted after the oil spill cleanup is complete, the isolation was also to degrade shrimp waste (chitinolitic and proteolitic activity) which is waste material that can be used in compost or such as sorbent of petroleum too. We isolated mesofilic aerobic microorganisms from mexican soils located in Tabasco, Mexico. We achieved to isolate 105 bacteria from 10 soils, 90% was Bacillus Gram (-) which are common in soils and all were hydrocarbon-clastic, only 7 different bacteria had protease and chitinase activity and 12 bacteria had keratinase activity. So we found three fungi and one actinomycete with capacity to degrade hydrocarbons and presence of chitinase activity. The results of growth and enzyme activities in liquid culture showed that the protease activity was produced between 18 and 48 h in almost all bacteria, the chitinase activity started at 12 h but was slight , only 0.5 U/ml, and the keratinase activity was produced after 6 h of incubation and there were correlation between logarithmic phase of growth and enzymes production. With this study we showed the existence of some enzyme activities from microorganisms that live in hostile habitats. This, can be useful in bio-treatment soils by the possible use of this type of residues that can be bio-degraded at the same time that the hydrocarbons increasing the speed or the quality of cleanup in soils. (authors)

  1. Isolation of microorganisms with chinitase, protease and keratinase activities from petroleum contaminated soils

    The most important part in one process of bio-remediation are the microorganisms with the capacities to degrade target compounds, this research is based to find microorganisms hydrocarbon-clastic with enzyme activities to degrade chicken feather (keratinolytic activity) which is also a contaminant and has been used such as sorbent of petroleum and can be composted after the oil spill cleanup is complete, the isolation was also to degrade shrimp waste (chitinolitic and proteolitic activity) which is waste material that can be used in compost or such as sorbent of petroleum too. We isolated mesofilic aerobic microorganisms from mexican soils located in Tabasco, Mexico. We achieved to isolate 105 bacteria from 10 soils, 90% was Bacillus Gram (-) which are common in soils and all were hydrocarbon-clastic, only 7 different bacteria had protease and chitinase activity and 12 bacteria had keratinase activity. So we found three fungi and one actinomycete with capacity to degrade hydrocarbons and presence of chitinase activity. The results of growth and enzyme activities in liquid culture showed that the protease activity was produced between 18 and 48 h in almost all bacteria, the chitinase activity started at 12 h but was slight , only 0.5 U/ml, and the keratinase activity was produced after 6 h of incubation and there were correlation between logarithmic phase of growth and enzymes production. With this study we showed the existence of some enzyme activities from microorganisms that live in hostile habitats. This, can be useful in bio-treatment soils by the possible use of this type of residues that can be bio-degraded at the same time that the hydrocarbons increasing the speed or the quality of cleanup in soils. (authors)

  2. Mexico's giant fields, 1978-1988 decade

    Acevedo, J.S.; Pemex, A.B.S.

    1990-09-01

    Twenty giant oil and gas fields were discovered in Mexico during the period of 1978-1988. The fields, located in adjacent areas, are described in terms of stratigraphy, tectonics, and general characteristics of the reservoirs. Production and reserves figures are also included. The two main oil productive areas in Mexico, Chiapas-Tabasco and offshore Campeche Sound, contribute 92% of Mexico's Mesozoic production. Production comes from Upper Jurassic carbonates; Cretaceous calcareous breccias, limestones, and dolomites; and from lower Paleocene calcareous breccias. The fields represented include 11 from the Chiapas-Tabasco area (Agave, Paredon, Iris, Giraldas, Cardenas, Jujo, Bellota, Tecominoacan, Muspac, Sen, and Luna) and nine from the the Campeche Sound area (Abkatun, Ku, Chuc, Ek, Pol, Malob, Caan, Uech, and Batab).

  3. Astronomy at School: Measurements of the Earth-Moon Distance. (Spanish Title: Astronomía en la Escuela: Medición de la Distancia Tierra-Luna.) Astronomia na Escola: Medida da Distância Terra-Lua

    Paolantonio, Santiago; Pintado, Olga I.

    2006-12-01

    The aim of this project is to approach High School students to Science. We propose to measure the Earth-Moon distance using the parallax. The observation and measurements techniques and all the calculations needed are described in this paper. The results obtained in a test experience realized during 2003 are presented. This test shows that this is a feasible project and also shows which things needed to be improved. Se plantea la propuesta de un proyecto educativo dirigido al Nivel Medio de enseñanza, consistente en la determinación de la distancia Tierra - Luna por paralaje. Se describen las técnicas de observación, mediciones y cálculos. Se proporcionan a continuación los resultados obtenidos en la experiencia piloto realizada en el 2003, la que permitió comprobar la factibilidad de llevar a cabo la propuesta, así como perfeccionar los diferentes aspectos involucrados en la misma. Propomos neste trabalho um projeto educativo dirigido ao Ensino Médio que consiste na determinação da distância Terra-Lua pelo efeito da paralaxe. As técnicas de observação, medidas e cálculos auxiliares são descritos, e os resultados obtidos numa experiência-teste realizada no ano de 2003 apresentados. Este último teste permitiu comprovar a viabilidade de execução da proposta e aperfeiçoar diversos aspectos da mesma.

  4. High School Student's Alternative Conceptions About the Phenomenon of the Formation of the Moon Phases. (Spanish Title: Concepciones Alternativas de Alumnos de Educación Media Sobre el Fenómeno de Formación de las Fases de La Luna.) Concepções Alternativas de Alunos do Ensino Médio Sobre o Fenômeno de Formação das Fases da Lua

    Iachel, Gustavo; Langhi, Rodolfo; Fernandes Scalvi, Rosa Maria

    2008-07-01

    Forty students, at ages between 14 and 18 years old, from three schools in Bauru city, were questioned about their alternative conceptions concerning the phenomenon of formation of the Moon Phases. It was observed that some of the pupils confound the phenomenon of the formation of the Moon Phases with the phenomenon of the formation of the lunar eclipses, others are unaware of the reason of the phenomenon, they present incoherent alternative conceptions of the reality or incomplete conceptions. The results found here are aimed at the teachers of Elementary Education and can be used as a subsidy for future development of new pedagogical methods. Cuarenta estudiantes, con edad entre 14 y 18 años, pertenecientes a tres escuelas de la ciudad de Bauru, fueron cuestionados sobre sus concepciones alternativas acerca del fenómeno de la formación de las fases de la Luna. Fue observado que algunos alumnos confunden el fenómeno de formación de las fases de la Luna con el fenómeno de formación de los eclipses lunares, otros desconocen el motivo delfenómeno, presentan concepciones alternativas incoherentes con la realidad o bien presentan concepciones incompletas. Los resultados aquí encontrados son destinados a los profesores de la Enseñanza Básica y podrán ser usados como ayuda para el futuro desarrollo de nuevos métodos pedagógicos. Quarenta estudantes, com idades entre 14 e 18 anos, pertencentes a três escolas da cidade de Bauru, foram questionados sobre suas concepções alternativas acerca do fenômeno de formação das fases da Lua. Foi observado que alguns dos alunos confundem o fenômeno da formação das fases da Lua com o fenômeno da formação dos eclipses lunares, outros desconhecem o motivo do fenômeno, apresentam concepções alternativas incoerentes com a realidade ou então concepções incompletas. Os resultados aqui encontrados são destinados aos professores do Ensino Básico e poderão ser usados como subsídio parafuturo desenvolvimento de

  5. Luna County Block Groups, Housing Vacancy Status (2010)

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The once-a-decade decennial census was conducted in April 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. This count of every resident in the United States was mandated by Article...

  6. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2010 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  7. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2009 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  8. Landmark Polygons for Luna County, New Mexico, 2006se TIGER

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The 2006 Second Edition TIGER/Line files are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census TIGER database. The geographic coverage...

  9. Soil Survey Geographic (SSURGO) database for Luna County, New Mexico

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — This data set is a digital soil survey and generally is the most detailed level of soil geographic data developed by the National Cooperative Soil Survey. The...

  10. Luna County Block Groups, Race and Hispanic Ethnicity (2010)

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The once-a-decade decennial census was conducted in April 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. This count of every resident in the United States was mandated by Article...

  11. Luna County Blocks, Race and Hispanic Ethnicity (2010)

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The once-a-decade decennial census was conducted in April 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. This count of every resident in the United States was mandated by Article...

  12. Luna County 2010 Census Voting District County-based (VTD)

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The TIGER/Line Files are shapefiles and related database files (.dbf) that are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the U.S. Census...

  13. Luna County Blocks, Median Age by Sex (2010)

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The once-a-decade decennial census was conducted in April 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. This count of every resident in the United States was mandated by Article...

  14. Luna County Block Groups, Households by Type (2010)

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The once-a-decade decennial census was conducted in April 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. This count of every resident in the United States was mandated by Article...

  15. Reproducción en cautiverio de Crocodylus moreletii en Tabasco, México Reproduction of Crocodylus moreletii in captivity in Tabasco, Mexico

    Gustavo Casas-Andreu

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Entre 1990 y 1993 se estudió la reproducción de Crocodylus moreletii en cautiverio, con 27 machos y 109 hembras. Las hembras resultaron en longitud hocico-cloaca (LHC más grandes (60 a 140 cm que lo previamente conocido. Las hembras reproductivas más frecuentes presentaron tallas entre 81 y 100 cm de LHC. La longitud total mínima para la reproducción en hembras fue de 135 cm. El cortejo, apareamiento, anidación, incubación y eclosión ocurrieron entre febrero y septiembre. El 8.25% de las hembras anidaron durante los 4 años de estudio, el 11% en 3 años, el 28.44% en 2, y el 52.29% en un sólo año. Los eventos de cortejo y apareamiento mencionados se relacionaron con las temperaturas ambientales promedio más altas, y la anidación con el inicio de la temporada de lluvias. El número de huevos por nido varió entre 6 y 50 (29.24 ± 8.72. La talla (LT y LHC y la masa corporal son predictores regulares para las características reproductivas. No se encontró relación significativa entre las características del huevo y el tamaño de la nidada, siendo diferente a lo esperado. El tamaño y peso de las hembras no influyeron en el tamaño de la nidada, por lo que otros factores como los ambientales, la calidad reproductora de los machos, la condición física de las hembras, la carga de reproductores por estanque y la territorialidad pueden estar influyendo en este rasgo.Between 1990 and 1993 we studied the Morelet's crocodile reproduction in captivity, with a sample of 27 males and 109 females. Females were larger (60 to 140 cm SVL than previously known. Most frequent size of nesting females was between 81 and 100 cm of SVL. Sexual maturity in females was attained at a minimum size of 135 cm. The courtship, mating, nesting and hatching occurred between February and September. In the sample of females 8.25% nesting in each one of the 4 years of study, 11% in 3 years, 28.44% in 2, and 52.29% in one. The reproductive events mentioned were related to the highest average environmental temperatures, and nesting to the beginning of the rainy season. The number of eggs per nest fluctuated between 6 and 50 (29.24 ± 8.72. The body size and body mass were not good fine predictors of the reproductive characteristics. There was not correlation between egg characteristics and the clutch size, being different from the expected pattern. The body size and body mass were only slight correlated to clutch size, therefore, environmental factors, the reproductive quality of males, the physical condition of the females, the stocking rates, sex ratios, and territoriality may be influencing the reproductive traits.

  16. Reproducción en cautiverio de Crocodylus moreletii en Tabasco, México Reproduction of Crocodylus moreletii in captivity in Tabasco, Mexico

    Gustavo Casas-Andreu; Gabriel Barrios-Quiroz; Rodrigo Macip-Ríos

    2011-01-01

    Entre 1990 y 1993 se estudió la reproducción de Crocodylus moreletii en cautiverio, con 27 machos y 109 hembras. Las hembras resultaron en longitud hocico-cloaca (LHC) más grandes (60 a 140 cm) que lo previamente conocido. Las hembras reproductivas más frecuentes presentaron tallas entre 81 y 100 cm de LHC. La longitud total mínima para la reproducción en hembras fue de 135 cm. El cortejo, apareamiento, anidación, incubación y eclosión ocurrieron entre febrero y septiembre. El 8.25% de las he...

  17. Lunar Phases and Earthly Events: Beliefs from Different Education Levels. (Spanish Title: Fases de la Luna y Acontecimientos Terrestres: Creencia de Distintos Niveles de Instrucción.) As Fases da Lua e os Acontecimentos Terrestres: a Crença de Diferentes Níveis de Instrução

    Darroz, Luiz Marcelo; da Rosa, Cleci Teresinha Werner; Alves Vizzotto, Patrick; Becker da Rosa, Álvaro

    2013-12-01

    This article presents the result of a research carried out in the first semester of 2013 with a group of 80 subjects from different education levels. In this research, we sought to investigate the earthly events that this group of people attributes to the phenomenon of lunar phases. For data collection we used semi-structured interviews guided by questions that aimed to keep the focus on subjects of the investigation. Interviews were recorded and transcribed, and the results were compared to scientific studies in the area after being quantitatively and qualitatively analyzed. Research data showed that the Moon and the phenomenon of lunar phases still fascinate and raise the interest of people. However, the lack of knowledge to find correct explanations to the phenomena involving the moon ends up originating a series of beliefs about its influence on earthly events. En este artículo se presenta el resultado de una investigación realizada en el primer semestre de 2013 con a un grupo de 80 individuos de distintos niveles de instrucción. En esta investigación, tratamos de averiguar cuáles son los acontecimientos terrestres que este grupo de personas atribuye al fenómeno las fases lunares. Como instrumento de colecta de datos, se emplearon entrevistas semiestructuradas guiadas por preguntas que trataban de mantener la atención de los entrevistados en el objeto investigado. Las entrevistas fueron grabadas y transcriptas, y los resultados, después de ser analizados cuantitatativa y cualitativamente, fueron confrontados con estudios científicos del área. Los datos de la investigación demuestran que la Luna y de sus fases continúan fascinando y despertando el interés de la población. Sin embargo, la falta de conocimientos para encontrar explicaciones correctas relacionadas a los fenómenos que ocurren con el astro acaba originando una serie de creencias en la población sobre su influencia en los sucesos terrestres. Apresenta-se neste artigo o resultado de uma

  18. Gnathostoma binucleatum (Spirurida: Gnathostomatidae) en peces dulceacuícolas de Tabasco, México

    Teiji Kifune; Rafael Lamothe-Argumedo; Luis García-Prieto; Alejandro Oceguera-Figueroa; Virginia León-Règagnon

    2004-01-01

    La gnatostomiasis humana se adquiere al ingerir pescado de agua dulce crudo o insuficientemente cocido, infectado con larvas de tercer estadio avanzado (L3A) de nemátodos del género Gnathostoma. En el sureste de Asia, este padecimiento tiene una importancia relativa; en México, se le considera un problema de salud pública emergente desde 1970, cuando fueron registrados los primeros casos. Hasta la fecha, no se han establecido con precisión los caracteres morfométricos para diferenciar las L3A...

  19. Tratamiento de aguas residuales por humedales artificiales tropicales en Tabasco, México

    Cristian Marín Acosta

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available En las dos últimas décadas, los humedales artificiales han incrementado mundialmente su desarrollo para el tratamiento de aguas residuales. En el presente estudio, doce humedales artificiales tropicales de flujo subsuperficial (HAFS fueron diseñados y operados específicamente para el tratamiento de aguas residuales domésticas. La eficiencia de remoción de contaminantes básicos (DBO5, DQO, SST, NT, PT, Turbiedad y Color fue evaluada bajo tres tratamientos: 1 Pontederia cordata (HAFS-Tule, 2 Phragmites australis (HAFS-Carrizo y 3 grava como prueba testigo (HAFS-Grava.

  20. Qualitative Research to study the attempted suicide of Tabasco´s young people

    Ángela B. Martínez G.; Enrique Guinsberg B.

    2009-01-01

    AbstractObjective: this paper intends to give an account concerning the progress of a doctoral research with regards to suicidal attempts in young people along with their meanings. Methodology: qualitative research. It presents the theories which support my work (collective health, cultural studies, and youth sociology) in the search of understanding how the hegemonic medical thinking has had an influence in the production of scientific knowledge about suicide. Results: there is a need to con...

  1. Helminth parasites of the tropical gar, Atractosteus tropicus Gill, from Tabasco, Mexico

    Salgado-Maldonado, G.; Moravec, František; Cabanas-Carranza, G.; Aguilar-Aguilar, R.; Sánchez-Nava, P.; Báez-Valé, R.; Scholz, Tomáš

    2004-01-01

    Roč. 90, č. 2 (2004), s. 260-265. ISSN 0022-3395 Grant ostatní: Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología(MX) 27668N Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z6022909 Keywords : Helminths * fish parasites * communities Subject RIV: EG - Zoology Impact factor: 1.439, year: 2004

  2. Astronomy Teaching and Teachers Continuing Education: the Interdisciplinarity during a Total Lunar Eclipse. (Spanish Title: Enseñanza de la Astronomía y la Formación Continua de Profesores: la Interdisciplinariedad Durante un Eclipse Total de Luna.) Educação EM Astronomia E Formação Continuada de Professores: a Interdisciplinaridade Durante um Eclipse Lunar TOTAL

    Langhi, Rodolfo

    2009-07-01

    This paper describes how 67 teachers from 23 cities, could awaken, in students, the scientific interest, using a natural astronomical phenomenon: a total lunar eclipse. Before and after of eclipse, meetings for continuing education were characterized by interdisciplinarity of astronomy and the importance of these observations. Working groups were formed by teachers and students, who organized the survey data, mobilizing the people in their cities. The results point ways about how to provide the scientific culture and the motivation to learn science in students, using approaches between the following communities: scientific, amateur and school. En este artículo se describe cómo 67 profesores de 23 ciudades, despertó el interés científico en los estudiantes mediante un fenómeno astronómico: un eclipse total de Luna. Antes y después del eclipse, reuniones para la formación continua se centraron en la interdisciplinariedad de la astronomía, y la importancia de las observaciones de este tipo de fenómeno. Profesores y estudiantes formaron grupos de trabajo para investigar datos durante el eclipse, con el participación de la comunidad en sus ciudades. Los resultados apuntan a las opciones que conducen a la cultura científica y la motivación para aprender la ciencia, utilizando las relaciones de los siguientes grupos: científicos, aficionados y la escuela. Este texto relata como 67 professores, provenientes de 23 cidades, puderam despertar, nos alunos, o interesse científico utilizando um fenômeno natural astronômico: um eclipse lunar total. O evento foi precedido e procedido por encontros de formação continuada, onde se caracterizou a interdisciplinaridade da astronomia e a importância das observações de fenômenos como estes. Grupos de trabalho foram formados por professores e alunos, que se organizaram para o levantamento conjunto de dados durante o fenômeno, além do envolvimento da comunidade em suas respectivas cidades. Os resultados apontam

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  5. La construcción del conocimiento ambiental en la educación preescolar de Tabasco, México

    Bustos Ramón, Ana Luisa

    2015-01-01

    Tesis doctoral inédita leída en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Facultad de Ciencias, Departamento de Ecología. Fecha de lectura: 18-11-2015 La documentación de casos referidos a prácticas escolares en educación ambiental (EA) constituyen una fuente de las preocupaciones teóricas de los docentes; sin embargo, el registro de procesos de largo plazo son escasos como material de investigación. De ahí emana el origen de este trabajo, sustentado en la metodología de estudios de caso...

  6. Ambiente obesogénico y biomarcadores anómalos en escolares de Tabasco, México

    Juan Manuel Muñoz-Cano

    2012-01-01

    ambos grupos de niños ya que en ambas escuelas, y tanto en niños eutróficos como con sobrepeso y obesidad, se consumen refrescos gasificados al menos dos días a la semana en casa y dos veces compraban golosinas para el receso. Se encontró que el consumo de alimentos y bebidas obesogénicos es permitido a los niños en el interior de los hogares (p < 0.01 a su vez por influencias de los medios en los grupos familiares (p < 0.01. Presentaron al menos un biomarcador anormal 65% de los niños con sobrepeso y obesidad de la escuela rural y 78% de la urbana. Ante la falta de políticas públicas globales, estos resultados muestran la necesidad de conformar estrategias dirigidas a las madres para atenuar las influencias del ambiente obesogénico.

  7. COBERTURA TEMPORAL DE LOS HUMEDALES EN LA CUENCA DEL USUMACINTA, BALANCÁN, TABASCO, MÉXICO

    Feliciana Estrada Loreto; Everardo Barba Macías; Rodimiro Ramos Reyes

    2013-01-01

    Los humedales del municipio de Balanc n se interpretaron de manera visual en pantalla mediante el uso de im genes de sat lite LANDSAT en las temporadas de m nima y m xima inundaci n (2007). Un total de 13 289 ha (3.48 %) y 35 519 ha (8.66 %) de humedales fueron delimitadas para m nima y m xima inundaci n respectivamente. La cuanti caci n por subsistema arroj que 9 140 ha fueron humedales ribere os, 3 180 ha lacustres y 968 ha palustres para m nima inundaci n, mientras que 15 687 ha fueron ri...

  8. Clasificación de los humedales de Tabasco mediante sistemas de información geográfica

    E Barba-Macías; J Rangel-Mendoza; R Ramos-Reyes

    2006-01-01

    A pesar de la relevancia de los humedales en el paisaje tabasqueño, actualmente no se tiene definida su clasificación, extensión y distribución geográfica. Para dar una solución a esta situación se propone el análisis mediante el uso de los Sistemas de Información Geográfica. La metodología incluyó el análisis de mapas de hidrología superficial, suelos, uso de suelos y vegetación a escala 1:250 000 mediante el uso del software ARC VIEW 3.2 y ARC GIS 9.0. La intersección de esta in...

  9. Seasonal prevalence of antibodies to Leptospira interrogans in Antillean manatees from a landlocked lake in Tabasco, Mexico.

    Aragón-Martínez, Arianna; Olivera-Gómez, León D; Jiménez-Domínguez, Darwin

    2014-07-01

    Factors that alter the dynamics of ecologic systems can influence transmission of infectious diseases and may lead to decreases in natural populations. Leptospirosis is a cosmopolitan disease of zoonotic importance that affects most mammals. At the southern Gulf of Mexico, Antillean manatees (Trichechus manatus manatus) inhabit highly variable environments, with extended floods during the rainy season and drought conditions during the dry season that affect food availability and the thermal environment for manatees. We tested for changes in prevalence and titers of antibodies to 12 serovars of Leptospira interrogans in manatees between dry and rainy seasons. We determined titers for L. interrogans through microscopic agglutination tests (MAT) from 10 manatees, six during the dry season (DS), and six during the rainy season (RS) in Laguna de las Ilusiones, a landlocked lake hosting a population of about 20 manatees. All individuals were antibody positive (titers ≥ 100) to at least one serovar. The serovars bataviae, bratislava, canicola, and icterohaemorrhagiae had overall prevalences ≥ 50%; bataviae, bratislava, and canicola had prevalences ≥ 50% during both seasons. Serovars icterohaemorrhagiae and pyrogenes had prevalences ≥ 50% during DS and pomona, tarassovi, wolfii, and autumnalis during RS. Significant differences in prevalence between seasons were found for pomona, tarassovi, and autumnalis. Titers of tarassovi, wolfii, autumnalis, and bataviae were significantly higher during RS. There was a high prevalence of L. interrogans during the RS independent of high availability of plant foods, coinciding with the epizootiology of the bacteria that are endemic to tropical regions. Another factor possibly influencing prevalence is high anthropogenic pressure at the lake, causing an increase in potential sources of infection. Because of possible cross-reaction in MAT, further research is needed on the molecular discrimination of serovars in animals in the lake. PMID:24779468

  10. Cepas monospóricas de Metarhizium anisopliae y su patogenicidad sobre Galleria mellonella en Tabasco, México

    Magdiel Torres de la Cruz; Hipólito Cortez Madrigal; Carlos Fredy Ortiz García; Silvia Cappello García; Manuel Pérez de la Cruz

    2014-01-01

    La polilla mayor de las ceras Galleria mellonella L. (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) es ocasionalmente encontrada en colmenas y es la principal plaga de cera almacenada. El objetivo del presente estudio fue evaluar la patogenicidad de aislamientos monospóricos nativos de M. anisopliae sobre larvas de G. mellonella . Se utilizaron cuatro aislamientos poliespóricos nativos (MaA1, MaA2, MaA3, MaA4). De cada aislamiento se obtuvieron 10 aislamientos mo nospóricos; así, un total de 40 aislamientos monosp...

  11. Get Active

    ... feeling the benefits of getting active, such as sleeping better or getting toned. Here are 2 ways to add more activity to your life. Be active for longer each time. If you are walking 3 days a week for 30 minutes, try ...

  12. LUNA: Hard Real-Time, Multi-Threaded, CSP-Capable Execution Framework

    Bezemer, M.M.; Wilterdink, R.J.W.; Broenink, J.F.; Welch, Peter H.; Sampson, Adam T.; Pedersen, Jan B.; Kerridge, Jon M.; Broenink, Jan F.; Barnes, Frederick R.M.

    2011-01-01

    Modern embedded systems have multiple cores available. The CTC++ library is not able to make use of these cores, so a new framework is required to control the robotic setups in our lab. This paper first looks into the available frameworks and compares them to the requirements for controlling the set

  13. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2011 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations (NODC Accession 0098078)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  14. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2006 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations (NODC Accession 0049876)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  15. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2012 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations (NODC Accession 0117729)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  16. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2008 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations (NODC Accession 0039700)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  17. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2007 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations (NODC Accession 0049877)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  18. La "media luna" sobre Bolivia: nación, región y clase social

    Willem ASSIES

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: Durante los últimos años, se ha visto una serie de convulsiones sociales en Bolivia. Un aspecto de estas dificultades fue la aparición de discursos nacionalistas y regionalistas, los cuales dividían la parte oriental de la parte occidental del país, y al revés. Dichos discursos se han caracterizado por sus fuertes matices étnicos y acentuaban por un lado la identidad camba y por otro la identidad colla. No obstante, tales discursos tienen raíces muy distintas y reflejan proyectos y relaciones de clase muy diferentes. Partiendo de la metáfora de la «nevera al revés» (la nevera que genera calor hacia dentro y frío hacia afuera, este artículo busca elucidar la interrelación entre la política nacionalista/regionalista, la etnia y la clase social en la Bolivia contemporánea.ABSTRACT: Over the past years Bolivia has seen a series of «social convulsions». One aspect of these upheavals was the emergence of nationalist and regionalist discourses pitting the orient against the occident of the country, and vice versa. Such discourses were marked by strong ethnic overtones, accentuating either camba or colla identities. Nevertheless, such identity discourses have very different roots and reflect very different projects and class relations. Taking a lead from the «inverted fridge» metaphor –the fridge that generates warmth towards the «inside(r» and cold towards the «outside(r»– this paper seeks to elucidate the interrelation between the politics of nationalism/regionalism, ethnicity and class in contemporary Bolivia.

  19. La "media luna" sobre Bolivia: nación, región y clase social

    Assies, Willem

    2009-01-01

    RESUMEN: Durante los últimos años, se ha visto una serie de convulsiones sociales en Bolivia. Un aspecto de estas dificultades fue la aparición de discursos nacionalistas y regionalistas, los cuales dividían la parte oriental de la parte occidental del país, y al revés. Dichos discursos se han caracterizado por sus fuertes matices étnicos y acentuaban por un lado la identidad camba y por otro la identidad colla. No obstante, tales discursos tienen raíces muy distintas y reflejan proyectos y r...

  20. The Luna stain, an improved selective stain for detection of microsporidian spores in histologic sections

    Peterson, Tracy S.; Spitsbergen, Jan M.; Feist, Stephen W.; Kent, Michael L

    2011-01-01

    Microsporidia in histologic sections are most often diagnosed by observing spores in host tissues. Spores are easy to identify if they occur in large aggregates or xenomas when sections are stained with hematoxylin and eosin (H&E). However, individual spores are not frequently detected in host tissues with conventional H&E staining, particularly if spores are scattered within the tissues, areas of inflammation or small spores in nuclei (i.e., Nucleospora salmonis). Hence, a variety of selecti...

  1. 2000 Census Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA) 5% for Luna County, New Mexico, 2006se TIGER

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The 2006 Second Edition TIGER/Line files are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census TIGER database. The geographic coverage...

  2. 2000 Census Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA) 1% for Luna County, New Mexico, 2006se TIGER

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The 2006 Second Edition TIGER/Line files are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census TIGER database. The geographic coverage...

  3. Six Flags over Luna: The Role of Flags in Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories

    Platoff, Anne M.

    2011-01-01

    According to historians, twelve American astronauts explored the surface of the Moon between 1969 and 1972.  During their time on the lunar surface each Apollo crew deployed a special flag pole, leaving a total of six American flags on the surface of the Moon.  Or did they?  Since the 1970s conspiracy theories have emerged which claim that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) faked the moon landings.  Much of the evidence used by the conspiracy theorists consists of photog...

  4. 2000 Census Designated Places for Luna County, New Mexico, 2006se TIGER

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The 2006 Second Edition TIGER/Line files are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census TIGER database. The geographic coverage...

  5. Soles, lunas, vencejos, tubos: (Juan Navarro Baldeweg y Toyo Ito: arquitecturas, piezas e instalaciones: textos)

    Tejera Montaño, Juan José

    2015-01-01

    La tesis doctoral evidencia la relación existente entre las obras de Toyo Ito y de Juan Navarro Baldeweg a través de un análisis cronológico de sus arquitecturas, instalaciones, piezas y escritos, demostrando la presencia en las mismas de atributos poco comunes; atributos relacionados con las fuerzas de la Naturaleza y que para ser percibidos por los sentidos precisarían de alguna forma de "activación. Se demuestra además que son precisamente tales atributos --presentes en todas las grandes o...

  6. Current Designated Places for Luna County, New Mexico, 2006se TIGER

    Earth Data Analysis Center, University of New Mexico — The 2006 Second Edition TIGER/Line files are an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census TIGER database. The geographic coverage...

  7. Preliminary analysis of radioactivity of Lunar soil brought by ''Luna 24'' from Mare Crisium

    Published are the results of preliminary analysis of natural and cosmogonic radioisotope content in Lunar soil brought from the depth of 80-114 cm, counting from conventional zero. The measurements were carried out using gamma spectrometer with a coaxial Li-drifted Ge detector with a sensitive volume of 74 cm3. A description of the gamma spectrometer and measurement technique are given. Gamma spectra of Lunar soil in various energy ranges are presented. Uranium concentration was determined according to 214Bi radioisotope and that of thorium - according to 228Ac radiosotope. The data were processed on the BESM computer by the least square method. The mean rate of 22Na isotope formation in Lunar regolite under the effect of galaxy cosmic radiation is (45+-8) nuclei/minxkg. The investigation of the lunar soil will be continued

  8. ICON - Media Luna Reef 2013 Meteorological and Oceanographic Observations (NODC Accession 0124000)

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of OAR is conducting research on the influence of meteorological and oceanographic factors upon...

  9. Discontinuities in the shallow Martian crust at Lunae, Syria, and Sinai Plana

    Davis, P.A.; Golombek, M.P.

    1990-01-01

    Detailed photoclinometric profiles across 125 erosional features and 141 grabens in the western equatorial region of Mars indicate the presence of three discontinuities within the shallow crust, at depths of 0.3, 0.6 km, 1 km, and 2-3 km. The shallowest discontinuity corresponds to thickness estimates for the ridged plains unit in this region, and thus the discontinuity probably is the contact between a sequence of layered rock making up this unit and the underlying megaregolith. The 1-km discontinuity is reflected in the base levels of erosion of all the features studied, and it may correspond to the base of the proposed layer of ground ice. Model calculations show that graben-bounding faults consistently intersect at the mechanical discontinuity at about 1 km depth. This discontinuity may represent an interface between ice-laden and dry regolith, ice-laden and water-laden regolith, or pristine and cemented regolith. A correlation between wall valley head depth and local thickness of the faulted layer suggests that the 1-km discontinuity also controlled the depth of the heads of sapping canyons. The third discontinuity, at a depth of 2-3 km, corresponds to the proposed base of the Martian megaregolith and is probably the interface between overlying, ejected breccia and in situ, fractured basement rocks. -from Authors

  10. Activation analysis

    The neutron activation analysis, which appears to be in limits for further advance, is the most suitable for providing information on the principal as well as the microcomponents in any sample of solid form. Then, instrumental activation analysis is capable of determination of far many elements in various samples. Principally on the neutron activation analysis, the following are described in literature survey from 1982 to middle 1984: bibliography, review, data collection, etc.; problems in spectral analysis and measurement; activation analysis with neutrons; charged particle and photo-nucleus reactions; chemical separation, isotopic dilution activation analysis; molecular activation analysis; standard materials; life and its relation samples; environmental, food, court trial and archaeological samples; space and earth sciences. (Mori, K.)

  11. Active ratchets

    Angelani, L.; Costanzo, A.; Di Leonardo, R.

    2011-12-01

    We analyze self-propelling organisms, or active particles, in a periodic asymmetric potential. Unlike standard ratchet effect for Brownian particles requiring external forcing, in the case of active particles asymmetric potential alone produces a net drift speed (active ratchet effect). By using theoretical models and numerical simulations we demonstrate the emergence of the rectification process in the presence of an asymmetric piecewise periodic potential. The broken spatial symmetry (external potential) and time symmetry (active particles) are sufficient ingredients to sustain unidirectional transport. Our findings open the way to new mechanisms to move in directional manner motile organisms by using external periodic static fields.

  12. Physical Activity

    Andersen, Lars Bo; Anderssen, Sigmund Alfred; Wisløff, Ulrik;

    2014-01-01

    Andersen LB, Anderssen SA, Wisløff U, Hellénius M-L, Fogelholm M, Ekelund U. (Expert Group) Nordic Nutrition Recommendations 2012. Integrating nutrition and physical activity. Chapter: Physical Activity p. 195-217.Nordic Counsil of Ministers.......Andersen LB, Anderssen SA, Wisløff U, Hellénius M-L, Fogelholm M, Ekelund U. (Expert Group) Nordic Nutrition Recommendations 2012. Integrating nutrition and physical activity. Chapter: Physical Activity p. 195-217.Nordic Counsil of Ministers....

  13. Activity report

    The Department of Physics and Measurement Technology, Biology and Chemistry (IFM) presents every year a progress report containing a brief description of activities in research and education within the department. The report is intended as an information for colleagues and institutions. The present report contains activities for the academic year July 1989 to June 1990

  14. Indoor Activities

    ... so you can do some lifting while you watch TV. Walk around the house when you talk on the phone. Make an extra trip up and down the stairs when you do the laundry. Download the Tip Sheet Indoor Activities (PDF, 739.53 KB) You Might Also Like Sun Safety Have Fun. Be Active with Your Dog! ...

  15. Activated Charcoal

    ... reduce intestinal gas (flatulence), lower cholesterol levels, prevent hangover, and treat bile flow problems (cholestasis) during pregnancy. ... pregnancy, according to some early research reports. Preventing hangover. Activated charcoal is included in some hangover remedies, ...

  16. Active Galaxies

    Kilerci Eser, Ece

    Galaxy formation and evolution is one of the main research themes of modern astronomy. Active galaxies such as Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) and Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies (ULIRGs) are important evolutionary stages of galaxies. The ULIRG stage is mostly associated with galaxy mergers and...... interactions. During the interactions of gas-rich galaxies, the gas inflows towards the centers of the galaxies and can trigger both star formation and AGN activity. The ULIRG stage includes rapid star formation activity and fast black hole growth that is enshrouded by dust. Once the AGN emission is...... one is related to the mass estimates of supermassive black holes (SMBHs). Mass estimates of SMBHs are important to understand the formation and evolution of SMBHs and their host galaxies. Black hole masses in Type 1 AGN are measured with the reverberation mapping (RM) technique. Reverberation mapping...

  17. Active colloids

    Aranson, Igor S.

    2013-01-01

    A colloidal suspension is a heterogeneous fluid containing solid microscopic particles. Colloids play an important role in our everyday life, from food and pharmaceutical industries to medicine and nanotechnology. It is useful to distinguish two major classes of colloidal suspensions: equilibrium and active, i.e., maintained out of thermodynamic equilibrium by external electric or magnetic fields, light, chemical reactions, or hydrodynamic shear flow. While the properties of equilibrium colloidal suspensions are fairly well understood, active colloids pose a formidable challenge, and the research is in its early exploratory stage. One of the most remarkable properties of active colloids is the possibility of dynamic self-assembly, a natural tendency of simple building blocks to organize into complex functional architectures. Examples range from tunable, self-healing colloidal crystals and membranes to self-assembled microswimmers and robots. Active colloidal suspensions may exhibit material properties not present in their equilibrium counterparts, e.g., reduced viscosity and enhanced self-diffusivity, etc. This study surveys the most recent developments in the physics of active colloids, both in synthetic and living systems, with the aim of elucidation of the fundamental physical mechanisms governing self-assembly and collective behavior.

  18. Physics activities

    As we move into the 21st Century, nuclear technology is on the verge of rejuvenation in advanced Member States and of expansion in developing Member States. The principal responsibilities of the IAEA are transferring technologies, co-ordinating scientific research, managing specialized projects and maintaining analytical quality control. The IAEA physics activities provide assistance with nuclear instrumentation, promote more effective utilization of research reactors and accelerators, and facilitate global co-operation in nuclear fusion research. These activities will help Member States improve their standards of living through the benefits of nuclear technology. This booklet presents a brief profile on the physics activities and involvement in these fields of the Physics Section, IAEA

  19. Regulatory activities

    This publication, compiled in 8 chapters, presents the regulatory system developed by the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) of the Argentine Republic. The following activities and developed topics in this document describe: the evolution of the nuclear regulatory activity in Argentina; the Argentine regulatory system; the nuclear regulatory laws and standards; the inspection and safeguards of nuclear facilities; the emergency systems; the environmental systems; the environmental monitoring; the analysis laboratories on physical and biological dosimetry, prenatal irradiation, internal irradiation, radiation measurements, detection techniques on nuclear testing, medical program on radiation protection; the institutional relations with national and international organization; the training courses and meeting; the technical information

  20. Activated Sludge.

    Saunders, F. Michael

    1978-01-01

    Presents the 1978 literature review of wastewater treatment. This review covers: (1) activated sludge process; (2) process control; (3) oxygen uptake and transfer; (4) phosphorus removal; (5) nitrification; (6) industrial wastewater; and (7) aerobic digestion. A list of 136 references is also presented. (HM)

  1. Active house

    Eriksen, Kurt Emil; Olesen, Gitte Gylling Hammershøj

    2010-01-01

    Formålet med dette abstrakt er at illustrere, at huse kan være konstrueret til at basere sig udelukkende på vedvarende energikilder og samtidig være CO2-neutrale og producere mere energi end de forbruger. Active House Visionen undersøger disse muligheder i otte demonstration huse i fem forskellige...

  2. Digital Activism

    Skovgaard Jørgensen, Emma; Debiteh Dimma Nielsen, Cecilie

    2015-01-01

    This paper examines the phenomenon of digital activism an how it challenges political systems in transition to democracy. As theoretical framework we will use concepts within sociology and political science as analytical tools to our case studies of China and Egypt, in order to find out which role the different concepts play in each case and how these interrelate with one and other. The project was analyzed from a structuralist interpretive approach, viewing social reality as a practice ...

  3. Activity report

    Yu, S W

    2008-08-11

    This report is aimed to show the author's activities to support the LDRD. The title is 'Investigation of the Double-C Behavior in the Pu-Ga Time-Temperature-Transformation Diagram' The sections are: (1) Sample Holder Test; (2) Calculation of x-ray diffraction patterns; (3) Literature search and preparing publications; (4) Tasks Required for APS Experiments; and (5) Communications.

  4. Hepatoprotective Activity.

    2016-01-01

    The liver performs a vital role in metabolism, secretion, storage, and detoxification of endogenous and exogenous substances. Oxidative stress and free radicals enhance the severity of hepatic damage, which can be overcome by the antioxidant mechanism. Plant extracts can be the best source of such antioxidants and mediate hepatoprotective activity. In this chapter, high-dose paracetamol-induced hepatotoxicity in rat model is discussed with explanations of biochemical and histopathological studies. PMID:26939279

  5. Halal Activism

    Fischer, Johan

    2016-01-01

    The purpose of this article is to further our understanding of contemporary Muslim consumer activism in Malaysia with a particular focus on halal (in Arabic, literally “permissible” or “lawful”) products and services. Muslim activists and organisations promote halal on a big scale in the interface...... particular historical/national settings and that these issues should be explored in the interfaces between Islam, the state and market. More specifically, this article examines the above issues building on ethnography from fieldwork with three Muslim organisations in Malaysia....

  6. Chocolate active

    There is a table of current radioactivity values for various foods and mushrooms. A special accent is on milk and chocolate. Chocolate sorts with more powdered milk are more active. Finally there is a chapter on radionucleides contained in the Chernobyl fallout, other than cesium 137, cesium 134 and strontium 90. The amounts of ruthenium 106, antimony 125, cerium 144, silver 110 m, cesium 134, strontium 90 and plutonium 239 relative to cesium 137 in soil samples in autumn 1987 are given. Special emphasis is on ruthenium 'hot particles' and on plutonium. (qui)

  7. Activating schoolyards

    Andersen, Henriette Bondo; Pawlowski, Charlotte Skau; Scheller, Hanne Bebendorf;

    2015-01-01

    objectively determine where and how active the students are in the schoolyard, before and after the intervention. This provides a type of data that, to our knowledge, has not been used before in schoolyard interventions. Exploring the change in behavior in relation to specific intervention elements in the...... accelerometer, GPS and GIS; 3) a process evaluation facilitating the intervention development process and identifying barriers and facilitators in the implementation process; 4) a post-intervention end-user evaluation aimed at exploring who uses the schoolyards and how the schoolyards are used. The seven...

  8. Active packaging with antifungal activities.

    Nguyen Van Long, N; Joly, Catherine; Dantigny, Philippe

    2016-03-01

    There have been many reviews concerned with antimicrobial food packaging, and with the use of antifungal compounds, but none provided an exhaustive picture of the applications of active packaging to control fungal spoilage. Very recently, many studies have been done in these fields, therefore it is timely to review this topic. This article examines the effects of essential oils, preservatives, natural products, chemical fungicides, nanoparticles coated to different films, and chitosan in vitro on the growth of moulds, but also in vivo on the mould free shelf-life of bread, cheese, and fresh fruits and vegetables. A short section is also dedicated to yeasts. All the applications are described from a microbiological point of view, and these were sorted depending on the name of the species. Methods and results obtained are discussed. Essential oils and preservatives were ranked by increased efficacy on mould growth. For all the tested molecules, Penicillium species were shown more sensitive than Aspergillus species. However, comparison between the results was difficult because it appeared that the efficiency of active packaging depended greatly on the environmental factors of food such as water activity, pH, temperature, NaCl concentration, the nature, the size, and the mode of application of the films, in addition to the fact that the amount of released antifungal compounds was not constant with time. PMID:26803804

  9. Active sharing

    2012-01-01

    The big news this week is, of course, the conclusions from the LHC performance workshop held in Chamonix from 6 to 10 February . The main recommendation, endorsed by CERN’s Machine Advisory Committee and adopted by the Management, is that the LHC will run at 4 TeV per beam this year. You can find all the details from Chamonix in the slides presented on Wednesday at the summary session, which leaves me free to talk about another important development coming up soon.   In ten days time, a new kind of gathering will be taking place in Geneva, bringing together two previously separate conferences, one driven by physics, the other by the medical community, but both looking to apply physics to the advancement of health. The merger of the International Conference for Translational Research in Radio-Oncology and CERN’s workshop on Physics for Health in Europe (ICTR-PHE) makes for a very eclectic mix. Presentations range from active shielding for interplanetary flight to the rather...

  10. IASS Activity

    Hojaev, Alisher S.; Ibragimova, Elvira M.

    2015-08-01

    It’s well known, astronomy in Uzbekistan has ancient roots and traditions (e.g., Mirzo Ulugh Beg, Abū al-Rayhān al-Bīrūnī, Abū ‘Abdallāh al-Khwārizmī) and astronomical heritage carefully preserved. Nowadays uzbek astronomers play a key role in scientific research but also in OAD and Decadal Plan activity in the Central Asia region. International Aerospace School (IASS) is an amazing and wonderful event held annually about 30 years. IASS is unique project in the region, and at the beginning we spent the Summer and Winter Schools. At present in the summer camp we gather about 50 teenage and undergraduate students over the country and abroad (France, Malaysia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Russia, etc.). They are selected on the basis of tests of astronomy and space issues. During two weeks of IASS camp the invited scientists, cosmonauts and astronauts as well as other specialists give lectures and engage in practical exercises with IASS students in astronomy, including daily observations of the Sun and night sky observations with meniscus telescope, space research and exploration, aerospace modelling, preparation and presentation of original projects. This is important that IASS gives not theoretical grounds only but also practically train the students and the hands-on training is the major aims of IASS. Lectures and practice in the field of astronomy carried out with the direct involvement and generous assistance of Uranoscope Association (Paris, France). The current 26-th IASS is planned to held in July 2015.