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  1. Triatoma melanosoma, novo status para Triatoma infestans melanosoma Martinez, Olmedo & Carcavallo, 1987 (Hemiptera: Reduviidae Triatoma melanosoma, new status for Triatoma infestans melanosoma Martinez, Olmedo & Carcavallo, 1987 (Hemiptera: Reduviidae

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    Herman Lent

    1994-09-01

    Full Text Available Triatoma infestans melanosoma was described in 1987 by Martinez, Olmedo & Carcavallo. In the present work the authors make a redescription, adding new characters, and based on biological and morphological aspects raise up to the level of species and being identified as Triatoma melanosoma. A detailed morphological study of the external male genitalia was made.

  2. Escenas de lenguaje en la obra de Nicanor Parra

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    Pilar García

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Ya en 1977, Cristián Huneeus señalaba que si a Poemas y Antipoemas de Parra corresponde Residencia en la Tierra de Neruda, ¿no sería del todo evidente la continuidad problemática de los artefactos en un terreno ambiguo entre la poesía y el objeto de arte, entre la poesía visual y la instalación? Bajo este marco de crítica, el artículo propone una lectura de Sermones y prédicas del Cristo del Elqui en diálogo con el giro que la crítica ha identificado en este momento de la producción poética de Parra. Esto queda a mi juicio relativamente mostrado en el problema del género que expresan los “sermones y prédicas” y las “Hojas de Parra”, que Enrique Lihn referirá posteriormente a propósito de las ‘hablas’ que aparecen durante la dictadura y que la antipoesía asume, recicla e incorpora, en un más allá de la parodia.

  3. La pintura de flores de Miguel Parra (1780-1846

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    López Terrada, María José

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Although Miguel Parra Abril (Valencia, 1780-Madrid, 1846 is one of the most important Valencian School painters of floral still lifes, this aspect of his work remains little known. The present article addresses this oversight in two ways. First, by offering an overview of his oeuvre as a painter of floral subjects from his student days at the Fine Arts Academy of Valencia through his mature works. Second, by analyzing two heretofore-unpublished floral compositions in relation to his more familiar works, particularly those located in private collections until recent years.Aunque Miguel Parra Abril (Valencia, 1780-Madrid, 1846 es uno de los pintores de flores más importantes de la Escuela valenciana, esta faceta pictórica de su producción es todavía poco conocida. El presente artículo trata de paliar esta situación ofreciendo, en primer lugar, una visión general de su obra como pintor de flores desde su proceso de aprendizaje en la Academia de Bellas Artes valenciana hasta sus composiciones de madurez. En segundo lugar, se presenta el análisis de dos composiciones florales inéditas y su relación con las obras conocidas hasta el momento, especialmente con aquellas que hasta hace pocos años se encontraban en colecciones particulares.

  4. Té, margarina y austeridad. Nicanor Parra en la postguerra inglesa

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    Niall Binns

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available El artículo estudia el impacto que tuvo en la obra de Nicanor Parra su estancia de dos años en la Universidad de Oxford entre 1949 y 1951, en una época marcada por las secuelas socioeconómicas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, por la crisis de la identidad británica provocada por la pérdida de protagonismo internacional y el desmantelamiento del Imperio, y por las amenazas cada vez más notorias de la recién iniciada Guerra Fría. El análisis se centra en “Preguntas a la hora del té”, un texto de la primera sección de Poemas y antipoemas (1954 que fue escrito aparentemente en Oxford, y plantea tanto un comentario de algunas lecturas canónicas como una nueva interpretación “inglesa” del poema.

  5. La décima LVIII de Violeta Parra: un recorrido circular

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    Yenny Ariz Castillo

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available The décima LVIII by the Chilean poet and songwriter Violeta Parra (1917-1967 is part of the edition Décimas, autobiografía en verso (1988 and it became known in its musical version as “La exiliada del sur” (The exiled Southerner. In the décima LVII, it is possible to read the complex significance of the journey motif, linked to the occupation of folk songwriting. Parra's biography, the geography of Chile and folk song are intertwined: life is perceived as a cyclical process, driven by song

  6. Chistes par(ra reordenar el canon: Roberto Bolaño, Nicanor Parra y la poesía chilena

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    Benjamin Loy

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available “Todo se lo debo a Parra” – con estas y semejantes palabras de elogio Roberto Bolaño le asignó un lugar central al antipoeta chileno dentro de su amplio canon personal. No obstante, la amplia crítica bolañiana hasta el momento no pareciera haber estudiado a fondo las múltiples dimensiones de esta relación entre los dos autores chilenos. El presente estudio pretende analizar, por lo tanto, de qué manera los postulados ético-estéticos de Parra y de su antipoesía le sirven a Bolaño como punto de referencia clave para reordenar el canon de la literatura chilena contemporánea. Además, se discutirá el papel clave que desempeña Bolaño en el renovado interés de la crítica en la obra de Nicanor Parra durante los últimos años.

  7. Cortometrajes, cortocircuitos y algunos (anti recuerdos literarios en la obra (y la vida de Nicanor Parra

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    Javier Pinedo

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available El artículo se pregunta por la relación entre poesía y pensamiento, y propone una génesis particular de la literatura de Nicanor Parra desde ciertos recuerdos que afectan, según su propia confesión, a su creatividad y que están en el origen de una escritura antirretórica y en oposición a las formas anteriores, que con la aparición de la antipoesía pasaron a ser leídas como expresiones convencionales del quehacer poético en Chile.

  8. The Valle de Parras and phylloxera disaster, 1870-1910. Genesis and concolidation of a winery in times of crisis

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    Corona Páez, Sergio Antonio

    2009-01-01

    Durante la era independiente, uno de los principales rubros de la economía de la villa y ciudad de Parras, en México, fue la producción de vinos, aguardientes y licores. Durante el último tercio del siglo XIX, la demanda nacional de bebidas alcohólicas creció, aumentando así la importancia económica de Parras. Diversos cosecheros iniciaron procesos modernizadores, y entre ellos destacó la familia Madero. Pero al intentar diversificar las variedades de vitis vinífera, introdujeron al Valle de ...

  9. Development of everlasting flowers (Comanthera elegans (Bong. L.R. Parra & Giul. in three cultivation systems

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    Fernanda da Conceição Moreira

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available Marketing the inflorescences of Comanthera elegans (Bong. L.R. Parra & Giul. represents a source of income to many families from extractives communities in the portion of the Espinhaço Range located in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Cultivating this species stands out by allying income generation with conservation since the species is currently endangered. This study aimed to assess aspects of the development of C. elegans in three cultivation systems: beds, rows, and whole area. Sowing took place in January 2009 and the inflorescences were harvested in May 2010, which characterized the experimental period. Emergence; plant density; rates of flowering, mortality, resprouting, and recruiting of new individuals; and production of inflorescences per plant and per area were assessed. Emergence began approximately 50 days after sowing. Plant density ranged from 130 to 350 plants.m-2 among the three cultivation systems. The highest mortality rate (18% was observed at the peak of the dry season (August and the overall mortality rate over one reproductive cycle was 49%. Of the plants that lost the aerial part, 36% resprouted. Sprouting and seed germination accounted for 30 and 3% of the recruiting of new individuals, respectively. C. elegans had two bloom (AprilMay 2009 and April-May 2010: 5.4% of the plants bloomed in the first season and 78%, in the second. Each plant produced between three and 178 inflorescences and the highest inflorescence production in terms of weight (232 g.m-2 and number (2,910 inflorescences.m-2 was observed in the cultivation in beds at 1,624 kg.ha-1.

  10. The Valle de Parras and phylloxera disaster, 1870-1910. Genesis and concolidation of a winery in times of crisis El Valle de Parras y el desastre de la filoxera, 1870-1910. Génesis y consolidación de una empresa vitivinícola en tiempos de crisis

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    Sergio Antonio Corona Páez

    2009-01-01

    Throughout the independent era, one of the main trades of the village and city of Parras, in Mexico, was that of production of wines, spirits and liquors. During the last third of the nineteenth century, the national demand for alcoholic beverages increased, augmenting Parras' economical importance. Several harvesters embarked on modernizing processes, and among them the Madero family stood out. However, upon attempting to diversify the varieties of vitis vinifera, they brought the filoxera t...

  11. El energúmeno misógino: la réplica feminista de Erica Jong a Nicanor Parra

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    Oscar Sarmiento

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available This article explores the poetic reply by Erica Jong to a poem written by Nicanor Parra. The poetic self of Jong’s poem - “Men” - adopts the satirical stance of the self in Parra’s poem - “Mujeres” - to introduce a radical alteration of perspectives. While the feminist objective of Jong is to debunk the vitriolic anti-women discourse of Parra’s neurotic character, her reply also reveals the asymmetrical gender context of cultural production and reader reception of Parra’s antipoem. Though she contests his sexism, Jong also shows a nuanced appreciation of the male writer’s nonconformist work.

  12. Violeta Parra: tensiones y transgresiones de una mujer popular de mediados del siglo XX Violeta Parra: Tensions and Transgressions in the Mid 20th Century of a Woman from the Popular World

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    Carla Pinochet Cobos

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available La obra artística de Violeta Parra presenta, en diversos niveles, una compleja problematización de los esquemas sociales de la primera mitad del siglo XX. Este trabajo busca examinar los modos en los que esta folclorista transita por los esquemas de género que recaían sobre los hombres y mujeres de la época, dando lugar a una mirada crítica e irreverente en la que la tradición cultural y la innovación confluyen, tanto en lo que respecta al contenido de sus textos como en el plano expresivo de su musicalidad.Violeta Parra's artistic work presents on different levels the complex problem of unraveling the social schemes of the first half of the twentieth century. This article examines the ways in which this "folclorista" moved through the gender schemes corresponding to men and women of that epoch. This movement opened a space for a both critical and irreverent view in which cultural tradition and innovation converge, both regarding the contents other texts as well as the expression of their musicality.

  13. Bernstein, Nils: „kennen sie mich herren/meine damen und herren”. Phraseologismen in Moderner Lyrik am Beispiel von Ernst Jandl und Nicanor Parra.

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    Urška Valenčič Arh

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Bernstein, Nils (2011: „kennen sie mich herren/meine damen und herren”. Phraseologismen in Moderner Lyrik am Beispiel von Ernst Jandl und Nicanor Parra. Würzburg: Königshausen&Neumann. ISBN: 978-3-8260-4699-5, mehka vezava, 262 strani, 38,00 EUR

  14. The Valle de Parras and phylloxera disaster, 1870-1910. Genesis and concolidation of a winery in times of crisis El Valle de Parras y el desastre de la filoxera, 1870-1910. Génesis y consolidación de una empresa vitivinícola en tiempos de crisis

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    Sergio Antonio Corona Páez

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Throughout the independent era, one of the main trades of the village and city of Parras, in Mexico, was that of production of wines, spirits and liquors. During the last third of the nineteenth century, the national demand for alcoholic beverages increased, augmenting Parras' economical importance. Several harvesters embarked on modernizing processes, and among them the Madero family stood out. However, upon attempting to diversify the varieties of vitis vinifera, they brought the filoxera to the Valley. The centuries-old Parras varieties were destroyed by the pest, and the technique of grafting had to be introduced. Thanks to their opulence and strategic position in political and business networks, the Maderos managed to overcome the crisis and allowed one of the most ancient wine-producing enterprises in Mexico to remain productive. The present study does not aim to become a treaty on the problem of filoxera on a national scale, it has a purely regional scope, of the time in which Parras was the main producer of grape wine and spirits in mexicoDurante la era independiente, uno de los principales rubros de la economía de la villa y ciudad de Parras, en México, fue la producción de vinos, aguardientes y licores. Durante el último tercio del siglo XIX, la demanda nacional de bebidas alcohólicas creció, aumentando así la importancia económica de Parras. Diversos cosecheros iniciaron procesos modernizadores, y entre ellos destacó la familia Madero. Pero al intentar diversificar las variedades de vitis vinífera, introdujeron al Valle de Parras la filoxera. Las centenarias variedades parrenses fueron destruidas por la plaga, y hubo que introducir la técnica del injerto. Gracias a su opulencia y a su estratégica inserción en redes empresariales y políticas, los Madero lograron sortear la crisis y mantener productiva una de las empresas vitivinícolas más antiguas de México. El presente estudio no tiene por objetivo hacer un tratado

  15. Facies sedimentarias de la laguna kárstica de La Parra (Cuenca) durante los últimos 1600 años cal. BP.

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    Barreiro-Lostres, Fernando; Moreno Caballud, Ana; Valero-Garcés, Blas L.

    2014-01-01

    [ES] El análisis sedimentario y geoquímico llevado a cabo en los sondeos del lago kárstico de La Parra (Cordillera Ibérica, Cuenca) ilustra el comienzo de la sedimentación en la cuenca hace 1.600 años y su evolución sedimentaria, que principalmente está controlada por variaciones en la descarga detrítica hacia el lago. Un total de 11 facies sedimentarias han sido descritas, agrupadas en 3 unidades litoestratigráficas, compuestas en su mayor parte por carbonatos bandeados y m...

  16. Actividades psicopedagógicas para 7 Centros Infantiles del Buen Vivir (CIBV) en la parroquia Olmedo: propuesta curricular de educación no-formal para niños-niñas de 1-3 años.

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    Tabango Churuchumbi, María Esthela; Lechón Lechón, Jorge

    2012-01-01

    El trabajo que ponemos en consideración lo hemos denominado “Actividades Psicopedagógicas para 7 Centros Infantiles del Buen Vivir (CIBV) en la Parroquia Olmedo: Propuesta Curricular de Educación No-Formal para Niños-Niñas de 1 – 3 años. Toma forma fruto de la experiencia de trabajo por alrededor de 20 años en los Centros Infantiles Campesinos en calidad de promotores comunitarios, experiencia que nos ha permitido valorar y aprender sobre la necesidad de mejorar los procesos de...

  17. El Valle de Parras y el desastre de la filoxera, 1870-1910. Génesis y consolidación de una empresa vitivinícola en tiempos de crisis

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    Corona Páez, Sergio Antonio

    2009-01-01

    Durante la era independiente, uno de los principales rubros de la economía de la villa y ciudad de Parras, en México, fue la producción de vinos, aguardientes y licores. Durante el último tercio del siglo XIX, la demanda nacional de bebidas alcohólicas creció, aumentando así la importancia económica de Parras. Diversos cosecheros iniciaron procesos modernizadores, y entre ellos destacó la familia Madero. Pero al intentar diversificar las variedades de vitis vinífera, introdujeron al Valle de ...

  18. First record of folivory on a newly documented host plant for the little known geometrid moth Eupithecia yubitzae Vargas & Parra (Lepidoptera, Geometridae in northern Chile

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    Héctor A. Vargas

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The native tree Schinus molle (Anacardiacae is reported for the first time as a host plant for larvae of the little known geometrid moth Eupithecia yubitzae Vargas & Parra (Lepidoptera, Geometridae in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, based on morphology and DNA barcodes. This discovery importantly expands the host range of E. yubitzae, as previous records were restricted to Fabaceae trees. Larvae were previously known as florivorous, while these were found to be folivorous on S. molle. Furthermore, host-associated cryptic larval polychromatism was detected, as larvae collected on S. molle were found to be mostly pale green, contrasting with the dark yellow ground color of the larvae typically collected on fabaceous host plants.

  19. Review of Richard Parra, «La tiranía del Inca. El Inca Garcilaso y la escritura política en el Perú colonial (1568-1617», Lima, Ediciones Copé, 2015, 508 pp., ISBN 978-6124-20-221-6

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    Germán Adolfo Morong Reyes

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Review of Richard Parra, «La tiranía del Inca. El Inca Garcilaso y la escritura política en el Perú colonial (1568-1617», Lima, Ediciones Copé, 2015, 508 pp., ISBN 978-6124-20-221-6

  20. Los espacios de frontera: el locus de la violencia y la disgregación de identidades en Los límites de la noche de Eduardo Antonio Parra

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    Mónica Torres Torija G.

    2017-05-01

    Parra shows in these stories the decentering of the subject, the nonsense, the presence of the unconscious, the desire, the violence and the alienation. A postmodernity in which only the most intimate bonds become liquid and unstable; in which human contact becomes inconsistent. Three fundamental aspects will be developed in this analysis of Los límites de la noche (Era, 1996: the night as locus of violence in La noche más oscura, the nocturnal animal in the urban barbarism in Como una diosa and the nocturnal voices that transit in the world narrated in El pozo.

  1. GEOMATIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION AND A HYBRID VIEWER FOR THE ARCHAELOGICAL SITE OF CÁPARRA (SPAIN

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    C. Tejeda-Sánchez

    2018-05-01

    Full Text Available Visualization and analysis use to be the final steps in Geomatics. This paper shows the workflow followed to set up a hybrid 3D archaeological viewer. Data acquisition of the site survey was done by means of low-cost close-range photogrammetric methods. With the aim not only to satisfy the general public but also the technicians, a large group of Geomatic products has been obtained (2d plans, 3d models, orthophotos, CAD models coming from vectorization, virtual anastylosis, and cross sections. Finally, all these products have been integrated into a three-dimensional archaeological information system. The hybrid archaeological viewer designed allows a metric and quality approach to the scientific analysis of the ruins, improving, thanks to the implementation of a database, and its potential for queries, the benefits of an ordinary topographic survey.

  2. Geomatic Archaeological Reconstruction and a Hybrid Viewer for the Archaelogical Site of CÁPARRA (spain)

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    Tejeda-Sánchez, C.; Muñoz-Nieto, A.; Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, P.

    2018-05-01

    Visualization and analysis use to be the final steps in Geomatics. This paper shows the workflow followed to set up a hybrid 3D archaeological viewer. Data acquisition of the site survey was done by means of low-cost close-range photogrammetric methods. With the aim not only to satisfy the general public but also the technicians, a large group of Geomatic products has been obtained (2d plans, 3d models, orthophotos, CAD models coming from vectorization, virtual anastylosis, and cross sections). Finally, all these products have been integrated into a three-dimensional archaeological information system. The hybrid archaeological viewer designed allows a metric and quality approach to the scientific analysis of the ruins, improving, thanks to the implementation of a database, and its potential for queries, the benefits of an ordinary topographic survey.

  3. Baez-Parra et al., Afr J Tradit Complement Altern Med., (2018) 15 (1 ...

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    karla marina baez parra

    2017-12-29

    Dec 29, 2017 ... other stimulants (Kumar et al., 2006; Szewczyk and Zidorn, 2014). ... The morphological analyses including shape and size of leaves were carried ... observed on the adaxial and abaxial surfaces (Figure 2A, C); pubescence.

  4. Envejecimiento activo en personas con enfermedad de Alzheimer en la Residencia Nicolás Rodríguez de Olmedo (Valladolid)

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    Callejo Casquete, Amanda

    2014-01-01

    Debido al aumento considerable de la población anciana en la actualidad y a su vinculación con las diferentes demencias, y en especial con la enfermedad del Alzheimer, el presente trabajo de fin de grado pretende que la sociedad tome conciencia de la importancia del envejecimiento activo, proyectando una imagen positiva de las personas mayores. El presente trabajo, haciendo hincapié en la importancia que conlleva desarrollar unos hábitos de vida saludable tanto física como mentalmente, plante...

  5. Sedimentologia y paleogeografía de la secuencia de deposito Aptiense inferior (Facies Urgón) en la subcuenca de Las Parras. (Teruel)

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    Clariana, M. P.; Meléndez Hevia, Alfonso; Soria, Ana Rosa

    1999-01-01

    The Lower Aptian D.S. is made up of materials which settled in shallow carbonate ramp enviroments. This sequence shows a retrogradational evolution, that is, from internal to mid ramp enviroments. The vertical evolution of this sequence and its sedimentological features allowed us to differenciate three system tracts (L.S.T, T.S.T and H.S.T). The Low System Tract appears only in the western area of the basin and it consits of facies of typical shallow marine enviroments. Transgressive System ...

  6. Óscar Calvo Isaza y Mayra Parra Salazar. Medellín (Rojo 1968. Protesta social, secularización y vida urbana en las jornadas de la II Conferencia General del Episcopado Latinoamericano

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    Juan Carlos Vélez Rendón

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available El libro, en términos generales, aborda el contexto social, cultural y político en el que se realizó la II Conferencia General de Episcopado Latinoamericano en Medellín, Colombia. Esta conferencia, que se celebró entre el 26 de agosto y el 6 de septiembre de 1968, reunió a invitados, comitivas, periodistas y numerosos turistas de todo el mundo. Como exponen los autores, la Conferencia constituye un acontecimiento de indudable importancia tanto para la historia política latinoamericana, como para la historia eclesiástica y para la historia de la ciudad pese a lo cual, en nuestro medio, ha sido tratada tangencialmente por pocas personas, como Javier Darío Restrepo, Hernán Parada y Clara Aramburo. La obra es de carácter historiográfico, pero logra incorporar aspectos narrativos de la memoria biográfica colectiva y de la crónica. Es decir, contiene el rigor argumentativo de un texto académico, pero está expuesto de una manera sencilla, clara, que además resulta agradable visualmente, al alcance tanto del público especializado como de lectores interesados en una época convulsa y conflictiva para Medellín y para buena parte del mundo occidental.

  7. Aportaciones a la flora Granatense, III

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    Martínez Parras, J.Mª.; Molero Mesa, J.

    1983-01-01

    Se comentan algunas especies nuevas o críticas para la provincia de Granada. Se establecen las nuevas combinaciones siguientes: Cerastium alpinum subsp. aquaticum (Boiss.) Martínez Parras & Molero Mesa y Cerastium alpinum subsp. nevadense (Pau) Martínez Parras & Molero Mesa. In this paper, some plants from Granada province are studied. The following new combinations are stablished: Cerastium alpinum subsp. aquaticum (Boiss.) Martínez Parras & Molero Mesa and Cerastium alpinum subsp. ...

  8. Anthocyanin content of two hibiscus sabdariffa cultivars grown

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    Sukwattanasinit T., Burana-osot J., Sotanaphun. U. 2007. Spectrophotometric Method for. Quantitative Determination of Total. Anthocyanins and Quality Characteristics of Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa). Planta Med. 73 (14) : 1517 - 1522. Torres-Morán M.I., Escoto-Delgadillo M., Ron-Parra. J., Parra-Tovar G., Mena-Munguía ...

  9. 75 FR 63436 - Glenn/Colusa County Resource Advisory Committee

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    2010-10-15

    ... Committee (RAC) will meet in Willows, California. Agenda items covered include: (1) Introductions, (2) Approve Minutes, (3) RAC Admin Updates, (4) Public Comment, (5) Project Updates FY 08, 09, 10, (6) General... who wish to speak or propose agenda items send their names and proposals to Eduardo Olmedo, DFO, 825 N...

  10. 75 FR 27287 - Glenn/Colusa County Resource Advisory Committee

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    2010-05-14

    ... Committee (RAC) will meet in Willows, California. Agenda items covered include: (1) Introductions, (2) Approve Minutes, (3) RAC Admin Updates, (4) Public Comment, (5) FY08 and FY09 New Project Presentations... to speak or propose agenda items send their names and proposals to Eduardo Olmedo, DFO, 825 N...

  11. Algunos dibujos de la primera arquitectura de Nueva España: mapas, planos y proyectos de arquitectura del siglo XVI

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    Moya Olmedo, Pilar

    2014-01-01

    Moya Olmedo, P. (2014). Algunos dibujos de la primera arquitectura de Nueva España: mapas, planos y proyectos de arquitectura del siglo XVI. P+C: proyecto y ciudad: revista de temas de arquitectura (5), 75-88. ISSN 2172-9220 (ISOC; LATINDEX; DIALNET; RESH; DICE; MIAR)

  12. Phenotype-gene: 495 [Arabidopsis Phenome Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available ward in organ named hypocotyl under influence of ethene for AT1G54490 Olmedo Gabriela et al. 2006 Sep. Proc....7i insensitive toward in organ named hypocotyl under influence of ethene http://metadb.riken.jp/db/SciNetS_ria224i/cria224u1ria224u902i AT1G54490

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    Full Text Available ward in organ named root under influence of ethene for AT1G54490 Olmedo Gabriela et al. 2006 Sep. Proc. Natl...sensitive toward in organ named root under influence of ethene http://metadb.riken.jp/db/SciNetS_ria224i/cria224u1ria224u903i AT1G54490

  14. Presence and Meaning of the Organ Builder Felipe Uriarte in the Province of Valladolid during the First Half of the Eighteenth Century

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    José Ignacio Palacios Sanz

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Organero activity in the province of Valladolid had one of the moments more algid at the beginning of the 18th century with Felipe Urarte, that adds the advances that had appeared in last years of the six hundred, and that can see and listen to in Tordesillas organs, fundamentally, Medina del Campo, Pozaldez and Olmedo.

  15. Lipolytic activity in high temperature germinating Almond seedlings

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    bahri

    2012-09-20

    Sep 20, 2012 ... Felipe A (1981). Germination accelérée d'amandes au moyen de l'acide gibbérellique. Cahier Options Méditerranéennes I:139-140. Hirayama O, Matsuda H (1972). An improved method for determining lipolytic acylhydrolases activity. Agric. Biol. Chem. 36(10):1831-. 1833. Garcia-Olmedo R, Marca-Garcia ...

  16. Asian American Adolescent Identity

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    Ohm, Julie Juhye

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    The formation of ego identity in Asian American late adolescents attending Virginia Tech was examined within the frameworks of Erikson's psychosocial theory and Berry, Trimble, and Olmedo's model of acculturation. Ego identity was measured using the Achieved sub-scale of the Revised Version of the Extended Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status, an instrument based on the theoretical constructs of Erikson. Ethnic identity was measured using the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure and America...

  17. El mundo del libro: Miranda y la revolución francesa Junio de 1967

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    Caracciolo Parra Pérez

    1967-06-01

    Full Text Available Debemos agradecer a la generosidad sin límites del gran historiador venezolano, Héctor Parra Márquez, pariente cercano en lo espiritual y consanguíneo de Parra Pérez, el tener en nuestra Biblioteca, con dedicatoria que nos honra, la obra "MIRANDA Y LA REVOLUCION FRANCESA" en II Tomos, que escribiera el gran crítico e historiador venezolano Caracciolo Parra Pérez, cuya obra es un estuario gigantesco para hallar las rutas, los nombres, porfías, hazañas, frustraciones, de esta América de lentos sones cobrizos, renovadas esperanzas, ácidas porfías, ambivalencias, derrotas y éxitos, eruptivas pasiones, marcos dorados de leyenda, trabajo de hombres sudorosos en la briega emancipadora, intelectuales ilusos, forjadores de esperanzas, y siempre prontos a "recibir las bofetadas"

  18. El delito cientifico

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    ¿Existe una definición de delito científico? ¿Qué protección existe frente al plagio o la falsedad? El caso de los “nano-chips orgánicos” en los laboratorios Bell ha puesto de actualidad la buena (o mala) práctica del trabajo experimental. Francisco García-Olmedo, del departamento de Biotecnología de la UPM, analiza para El Cultural, con ejemplos históricos y actuales, la situación que vive este tipo de delincuencia.

  19. Bozepinib, a novel small antitumor agent, induces PKR-mediated apoptosis and synergizes with IFN? triggering apoptosis, autophagy and senescence

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    Marchal, Juan Antonio; Carrasco, Esther; Ramirez, Alberto; Jim?nez, Gema; Olmedo, Carmen; Peran, Macarena; Agil, Ahmad; Conejo-Garc?a, Ana; Cruz-L?pez, Olga; Campos, Joaquin Mar?a; Garc?a, Mar?a ?ngel

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    Juan Antonio Marchal,1,2 Esther Carrasco,1 Alberto Ramirez,1,3 Gema Jiménez,1,2 Carmen Olmedo,4 Macarena Peran,1,3 Ahmad Agil,5 Ana Conejo-García,6 Olga Cruz-López,6 Joaquin María Campos,6 María Ángel García4,7 1Biopathology and Regenerative Medicine Institute, Centre for Biomedical Research, 2Department of Human Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Granada, Granada, 3Department of Health Scienc...

  20. Multiscale Materials Science: A Mathematical Approach to the Role of Defects and Uncertainty

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  1. 30 CFR Appendix to Part 253 - List of U.S. Geological Survey Topographic Maps

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    ... Comal; La Leona; La Parra Ranch NE; Laguna Vista; Lake Austin; Lake Como; Lake Stephenson; Lamar; Long... Canyon; Encinitas; Gaviota; Goleta; Guadalupe; Imperial Beach; Laguna Beach; La Jolla; Las Pulgas Canyon... SE; Steinhatchee SW; Sugar Hill; Sumner; Suwannee; Tampa; Tarpon Springs; Valparaiso; Venice; Vista...

  2. Au-delà de la protection sociale : les marchés du travail, l ...

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    Country(s). Colombia, West Indies, North and Central America, South America, Peru, Uruguay. Project Leader. Mónica L. Parra Torrado (former PL). Institution. Fundación para la Educación Superior y el Desarrollo. Institution Country. Colombia. Institution Website. http://www.fedesarrollo.org.co ...

  3. Prospective Evaluation of Intraprostatic Inflammation and Focal Atrophy as a Predictor of Risk of High-Grade Prostate Cancer and Recurrence after Prostatectomy

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    2016-09-01

    the risk of cancer (e.g., gastritis -associated stomach cancer, colitis-associated gastric cancer, and hepatitis-associated liver cancer), its effect...Parra R, Rouse S, Waldstreicher J, Epstein JI. Does long-term finasteride therapy affect the histologic features of benign prostatic tissue and

  4. Equivalence of two independent calculations of the higher order guiding center Lagrangian

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    Parra, F. I.; Calvo, I.; Burby, J. W.; Squire, J.; Qin, H.

    2014-01-01

    The difference between the guiding center phase-space Lagrangians derived in J. W. Burby et al. [Phys. Plasmas 20, 072105 (2013)] and F. I. Parra and I. Calvo [Plasma Phys. Controlled Fusion 53, 045001 (2011)] is due to a different definition of the guiding center coordinates. In this brief communication, the difference between the guiding center coordinates is calculated explicitly

  5. Terasniidist sündinud pesu / Tanel Veenre

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    Veenre, Tanel, 1977-

    2010-01-01

    7. detsembril 70. sünnipäeva tähistavast pesuvabrikust "Linette". Ettevõte loodi 1940. aastal tootmisartelli "Võit" nime all. 37 aastat on ettevõtet juhtinud Mai Parras. Viimastel kümnenditel valmistatud naiste aluspesust, praegusest pesumoest

  6. Author Details

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    Parra, J. Vol 1 (2011) - Articles Marine radio communication from a linguistic and pragmatic perspective: A view from Venezuela Abstract. ISSN: 2026-6324. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More about AJOL · AJOL's Partners · Terms and Conditions of ...

  7. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Author Affiliations. L Ramajo1 R Parra1 M Reboredo1 M Castro1. Institute of Research in Materials Science and Technology (INTEMA), (CONICET - University of Mar del Plata), Juan B Justo 4302 (B7608FDQ), Mar del Plata, Argentina ...

  8. 78 FR 53191 - Additional Designations, Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act

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    ... significant foreign narcotics traffickers as identified by the President. In addition, the Secretary of the...) of the Kingpin Act. 1. PARRA SANCHEZ, Mario; DOB 11 Nov 1970; POB Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico; C.U.R.P. PASM701111HSLRNR07 (Mexico) (individual) [SDNTK] (Linked To: BUENOS AIRES SERVICIOS, S.A. DE C.V.; Linked To...

  9. Geology of the border region between Coahuila and Zacatecas, Mexico

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    Vloten, van Roger

    1954-01-01

    The border region between Coahuila and Zacatecas is part of the mountainous country south of Parras in northeastern Mexico. It includes a thickness of about 2,600 meters of Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks that were deposited along the northern border of the Mexican geosyncline along the southern

  10. Factores de personalidad, perceptuales y cognitivas asociadas con las experiencias anómalo/paranormales en personal de enfermería

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    Alejandro Parra

    2017-09-01

    Cómo citar este artículo: Parra A. Factores de personalidad, perceptuales y cognitivas asociadas con las experiencias anómalo/paranormales en personal de enfermería. Rev Cuid. 2017; 8(3: 1733-48. http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.v8i3.408

  11. Relaciones entre el derecho internacional y el derecho interno: Nuevas perspectivas doctrinales y jurisprudenciales en el ámbito americano

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    Aníbal Quiroga León

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available El artículo analiza la protección de los derechos fundamentales en el marco de las relaciones entre derecho internacional y derecho interno, teniendo como punto central el sistema interamericano y sus órganos de aplicación, La Comisión y la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, considerando aspectos procedimentales y la adopción de medidas cautelares por esta última. Finalmente, se analiza la superioridad del derecho internacional de los derechos humanos sobre el derecho interno, teniendo como fundamento los casos "Barrios Altos" (Chumbipoma Aguirre y otros, cuya sentencia es del 14 de marzo del 2001 y el caso "La última tentación de Cristo" (Olmedo Bustos y otros cuya sentencia es del 05 de febrero del 2001.This article analyzes the protection of fundamental rights within the framework of the relationship between international and internal law. The core of our analysis is the Inter-American system, and its bodies of application: the Inter- American Human Rights Commission and Court. We consider procedural dimensions as well as precautionary measures pertaining to the latter. Finally, we examine the preeminence of the international law of human rights over internal law, on grounds of the "Barrios Altos" case (Chumbipoma Aguirre et al., decided on March, 2001 y the "La última tentación de Cristo" case (Olmedo Bustos et al. decided on February 5, 2001.

  12. Comment on 'On higher order corrections to gyrokinetic Vlasov-Poisson equations in the long wavelength limit' [Phys. Plasmas 16, 044506 (2009)

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    Parra, Felix I.; Catto, Peter J.

    2009-01-01

    A recent publication [F. I. Parra and P. J. Catto, Plasma Phys. Controlled Fusion 50, 065014 (2008)] warned against the use of the lower order gyrokinetic Poisson equation at long wavelengths because the long wavelength, radial electric field must remain undetermined to the order the equation is obtained. Another reference [W. W. Lee and R. A. Kolesnikov, Phys. Plasmas 16, 044506 (2009)] criticizes these results by arguing that the higher order terms neglected in the most common gyrokinetic Poisson equation are formally smaller than the terms that are retained. This argument is flawed and ignores that the lower order terms, although formally larger, must cancel without determining the long wavelength, radial electric field. The reason for this cancellation is discussed. In addition, the origin of a nonlinear term present in the gyrokinetic Poisson equation [F. I. Parra and P. J. Catto, Plasma Phys. Controlled Fusion 50, 065014 (2008)] is explained.

  13. Role of Protein Synthesis Initiation Factors in Dietary Soy Isoflavone-Mediated Effects on Breast Cancer Progression

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    2012-03-01

    Manuscript s • Submitted to the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry (Feb 21, 2012) “The soy isoflavone equol may increase cancer malignancy via upregulation...29] Ko KP, Park SK, Park B et al. Isoflavones from phytoestrogens and gastric cancer risk: a nested case-control study within the Korean...Dietary Soy Isoflavone-Mediated Effects on Breast Cancer Progression. PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Columba de la Parra Simental CONTRACTING

  14. Incorporation of antibiotics effective against multidrug resistant pathogens into PMMA for cranio maxillofacial implants

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    2018-04-12

    sit until dough phase was reached, and was then rolled into the mold shown in Figure 1. The mold was pressed between steel plates and placed into a...further analysis. Compression testing Compression testing was carried out with reference to ISO 5833: Implants for surgery — Acrylic resin cements ...Parra-Ruiz J. Elution kinetics, antimicrobial activity, and mechanical properties of 11 different antibiotic loaded acrylic bone cement . Diagn Microbiol

  15. M S Castro

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. M S Castro. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 34 Issue 6 October 2011 pp 1213-1217. Electrical and microstructural properties of CaTiO3-doped K1/2Na1/2NbO3-lead free ceramics · L Ramajo R Parra M A Ramírez M S Castro · More Details Abstract ...

  16. A Facile Spectrophotometric Method for the Determination of Iodate ...

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    Dec 6, 2006 ... 8 V. Olgasi, P. Hedrich, J. Marta, D.P. Dejan, Glas. Hem. Drus, Beugrad,. 1971, 44, 567–569. 9 Y.M. Temerk, M.E. Ahmed and M.M. Kamal, Fresenius J. Anal Chim.,. 1980, 30, 414–417. 10 A.F. Gutierrez, A.M. Pena and J.A. Murillo, Anal. Lett., 1983, 16,. 759–762. 11 J.H. Mendez, M.A. Alonso, A. Parra, M.J. ...

  17. Molecular Mechanisms and Treatment Strategies for Obesity-Associated Coronary Artery Disease, an Imminent Military Epidemic

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    2009-12-01

    inflammation, hepatic steatosis , and atherosclerosis in mice. J Nutr. 2007;137(7):1776-1782. 26. Jehle AW, Gardai SJ, Li S, L insel-Nitschke P, Morimoto K...Martinez-Clemente M, Lopez-Parra M, Arroyo V, Claria J. Obesity-induced insulin resistance and hepatic steatosis are alleviat ed by ome ga-3 fatty acids: a...impaired hepatic insulin sensitivity and respond only partially to PPARγ agonists. Adiponectin-mediated metabolic improvements are associated with

  18. Persistence of Lactobacillus Reuteri DSM17938 in the Human Intestinal Tract: Response to Consecutive and Alternate-Day Consumption with Varying Storage Conditions

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    2011-08-25

    mechanisms of defense by lactic acid bacteria: effective dose. J Dairy Sci 82: 863-869, 1999. 5. Fuller R. Reasons for the apparent variation in the... fermented milk containing Lactobacillus casei. J Nutr Health Aging 8: 208-211, 2004. 10. Parra MD, Martinez de Morentin BE, Cobo JM, Mateos A and...Martinez JA. Daily ingestion of fermented milk containing Lactobacillus casei DN114001 improves innate- defense capacity in healthy middle-aged people

  19. Implications of adolescents' acculturation strategies for personal and collective self-esteem.

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    Giang, Michael T; Wittig, Michele A

    2006-10-01

    Berry, Trimble, and Olmedo's (1986) acculturation model was used to investigate the relationship among adolescents' acculturation strategies, personal self-esteem, and collective self-esteem. Using data from 427 high school students, factor analysis results distinguished Collective Self-esteem Scale constructs (Luhtanen & Crocker, 1992) from both ethnic identity and outgroup orientation subscales of the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (Phinney, 1992). Subsequent results showed that: 1) both acculturation dimensions were correlated with personal and collective self-esteems, 2) integrationists shared similar levels of personal and collective self-esteems with assimilationists and/or separationists, and 3) marginalizationists generally had the lowest levels of personal and collective self-esteems. Implications are drawn for understanding acculturation among adolescents and for the utility of group-level measures of self-esteem. (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved.

  20. Differences on soil organic carbon stock estimation according to sampling type in Mediterranean areas

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz

    2016-04-01

    Soil organic carbon (SOC) is an important part of the global carbon (C) cycle. In addition, SOC is a soil property subject to changes and highly variable in space and time. Consequently, the scientific community is researching the fate of the organic carbon in the ecosystems. In this line, soil organic matter configuration plays an important role in the Soil System (Parras-Alcántara and Lozano García, 2014). Internationally it is known that soil C sequestration is a strategy to mitigate climate change. In this sense, many soil researchers have studied this parameter (SOC). However, many of these studies were carried out arbitrarily using entire soil profiles (ESP) by pedogenetic horizons or soil control sections (SCS) (edaphic controls to different thickness). As a result, the indiscriminate use of both methodologies implies differences with respect to SOC stock (SOCS) quantification. This scenario has been indicated and warned for different researchers (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015a; Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015b). This research sought to analyze the SOC stock (SOCS) variability using both methods (ESP and SCS) in the Cardeña and Montoro Natural Park (Spain). This nature reserve is a forested area with 385 km2 in southern Spain. Thirty-seven sampling points were selected in the study zone. Each sampling point was analyzed in two different ways, as ESP (by horizons) and as SCS with different depth increments (0-25, 25-50, 50-75 and 75-100 cm). The major goal of this research was to study the SOCS variability at regional scale. The studied soils were classified as Phaeozems, Cambisols, Regosols and Leptosols. The results obtained show an overestimation of SOCS when SCS sampling approach is used compared to ESP. This supports that methodology selection is very important to SOCS quantification. This research is an assessment for modeling SOCS at the regional level in Mediterranean natural areas. References Parras-Alcántara, L., Lozano-García, B., 2014

  1. El desarrollo del conocimiento y el manejo de las organizaciones: a propósito de la discusión sobre el taylorismo

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    Romero Urrego, Ricardo

    2011-01-01

    Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresari...

  2. Identification and interpretation of tectonic features from ERTS-1 imagery: Southwestern North America and the Red Sea area

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    Abdel-Gawad, M. (Principal Investigator); Tubbesing, L.

    1975-01-01

    The author has identified the following significant results. The ERTS-1 imagery was utilized to study major fault and tectonic lines and their intersections in southwestern North America. A system of transverse shear faults was recognized in the California Coast Ranges, the Sierra Nevada, the Great Basin, and Mexico. They are interpreted as expressions of a major left-lateral shear which predated the San Andreas system, the opening of the Gulf of California and Basin and Range rift development. Tectonic models for Basin and Range, Coast Ranges, and Texas-Parras shears were developed. Geological structures and Precambrian metamorphic trend lines of schistosity were studied across the Red Sea rift.

  3. Cerebro y metáfora en la novela "Pedro Páramo", de Juan Rulfo

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    CECILIA EDILMA DÍAZ DÍAZ

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Se trata de un avance de investigación que aplica la teoría neurolingüística de Omar Parra Rozo para leer y comprender la metáfora en un texto literario. Se toma como objeto de estudio la novela "Pedro Páramo" de Juan Rulfo, específicamente los fragmentos que hablan acerca de la imagen compleja (religión-poder y muerte. El ejercicio de investigación alcanzó a establecer la relación que existe entre imagen- cerebro y metáfora, en el discurso de esta novela.

  4. Comentario al margen del artículo estenosis malignas del estómago

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    Gaitán Yanguas, Mario

    2012-01-01

    Leyendo la magnífica contribución que con el título anotado publicaron los doctores Jácome, Gutierrez, Parra, Forero y Medina en la página 214 del volumen 22 de la Revista de la Facultad de Medicina, encontré que dicen los autores que "entre los 301 casos de estenosis malignas del estómago observados en el Instituto Nacional de Cancerología no se encuentra ningún caso" de sarcoma gástrico, y que todos corresponden a carcinomas (escamosos ó glandulares). Sin embargo, existen en los archivos...

  5. ¿Vigencia del taylorismo? De los enunciados a la realidad

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    Anita Weiss de Belalcázar

    1998-01-01

    Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresari...

  6. NÚCLEO DE DESARROLLO ENDÓGENO SOCIALISTA Y FINCA INTEGRAL: CONSTRUYENDO LA SOBERANÍA ALIMENTARIA EN VENEZUELA

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    Silva, Silvia; Escalona, Miguel

    2013-01-01

    El objetivo de esta investigación fue sistematizar dos experiencias de producción agropecuaria con prácticas agroecológicas buscando identificar su contribución a la soberanía alimentaria en Venezuela: Núcleo de Desarrollo Endógeno Socialista La Limonera (NUDES), en Caracas y Finca integral Rivera-Parra, en el estado Mérida. La sistematización cuantitativa se hizo mediante la aplicación de una metodología híbrida de MESMIS (Masera et al. 2000) y Sarandón y otros (2006) probada por Silva y Pér...

  7. Gyrokinetic equivalence

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    Parra, Felix I; Catto, Peter J

    2009-01-01

    We compare two different derivations of the gyrokinetic equation: the Hamiltonian approach in Dubin D H E et al (1983 Phys. Fluids 26 3524) and the recursive methodology in Parra F I and Catto P J (2008 Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 50 065014). We prove that both approaches yield the same result at least to second order in a Larmor radius over macroscopic length expansion. There are subtle differences in the definitions of some of the functions that need to be taken into account to prove the equivalence.

  8. The inclusión of distiller’s dried com grains with solubles in the feed of laying hens during the production stage

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    Rodríguez-Ríos, Hernán E; Campos-Parra, Jorge A; Williams-Salinas, Pamela A; Blanck-Heimann, Markus H; Astudillo-Neira, Rita G; Grande-Cano, Jesús D

    2015-01-01

    H.E. Rodríguez-Ríos, J.A. Campos-Parra, P.A. Williams-Salinas, M.H. Blanck-Heimann, R.G. Astudillo-Neira, and J.D. Grande-Cano. 2015. The inclusion of distiller’s dried corn grains with solubles in the feed of laying hens during the production stage. Cien. Inv. Agr. 42(3): 331-339. The aim of this study was to assess the effects of distiller’s dried corn grains with solubles (DDGS) in the diet of laying hens on their productive parameters (live weight, laying percentage, and feed intake) and ...

  9. Autobiografía de Juan Miguel Acevedo

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    Juan Miguel Acevedo

    1969-06-01

    Full Text Available Cuatro años ha que había empezado a escribir esta obra, cuando llegó a mis manos la filosófica carta que en junio de 72 dirige el sabio y erudito doctor Ricardo de la Parra al señor José Caicedo Rojas. La lectura de esta carta hizo caer la puma de mis manos y destruyó mis borrados. Me encontraba con un hombre sumamente estudioso, que se me había adelantado en sus dudas y en sus estudios sobre religión.

  10. Agricultura familiar, ONGs e desenvolvimento sustentável.

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    Navarro, Luisa

    2003-01-01

    Presentación ARTÍCULOS Economía social y economía solidaria: Intento de definición Bastidas-Delgado, Oscar; Richer, Madeleine La gestión de las organizaciones sociales para el desarrollo: Características y desafíos Bouchard, Marie J. El cooperativismo oleícola y las nuevas formas de cooperación Torres Ruiz, Francisco José; Barrio, Olga Senise; Mozas Moral, Adoración; Parras Rosa, Manuel El nuevo marco de la participación de los agentes externos en las empresas co...

  11. Autoayuda, alzhéimer, resiliencia y detectives en libros para niños

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    Carlos Sánchez Lozano

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available Palabras mágicas que curan. Mario Angulo Mosquera. Carolina Gamboa (Ilustradora. Panamericana, Bogotá, 2011, 68 págs. ¡La abuela perdió un recuerdo! Carlos Vásquez-Zawadski, Rocío Parra (Ilustradora. Panamericana, Bogotá, 2011, 52 págs. Tapir. Jairo Aníbal Niño, Michi Peláez (Ilustradora. Panamericana, Bogotá, 2011, 164 págs. Una aventura en el papel. Roberto Rubiano Vargas, Michi Peláez (Ilustradora. Panamericana, Bogotá, 2011, 108 págs.

  12. Time-resolved explosion of intense-laser-heated clusters.

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    Kim, K Y; Alexeev, I; Parra, E; Milchberg, H M

    2003-01-17

    We investigate the femtosecond explosive dynamics of intense laser-heated argon clusters by measuring the cluster complex transient polarizability. The time evolution of the polarizability is characteristic of competition in the optical response between supercritical and subcritical density regions of the expanding cluster. The results are consistent with time-resolved Rayleigh scattering measurements, and bear out the predictions of a recent laser-cluster interaction model [H. M. Milchberg, S. J. McNaught, and E. Parra, Phys. Rev. E 64, 056402 (2001)

  13. Time-resolved explosion of intense-laser-heated clusters

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    Kim, K.Y.; Alexeev, I.; Parra, E.; Milchberg, H.M.

    2003-01-01

    We investigate the femtosecond explosive dynamics of intense laser-heated argon clusters by measuring the cluster complex transient polarizability. The time evolution of the polarizability is characteristic of competition in the optical response between supercritical and subcritical density regions of the expanding cluster. The results are consistent with time-resolved Rayleigh scattering measurements, and bear out the predictions of a recent laser-cluster interaction model [H. M. Milchberg, S. J. McNaught, and E. Parra, Phys. Rev. E 64, 056402 (2001)

  14. A new genus and species of leaf miner (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae for Chile associated to the native tree Lithraea caustica

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    Enrique A. Mundaca

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available A new genus and species of leaf miner (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae for Chile associated to the native tree Lithraea caustica. We propose the new genus and species of Gracillariidae (Lepidoptera Hualpenia lithraeophaga Mundaca, Parra &Vargas gen. nov., sp. nov., leaf miner of Lithraea caustica (Mol. H. et Arn (Anacardiaceae occurring in southern central Chile. Aspects of the life cycle, adult and larval morphology, development and feeding habits of the new genus and species are also presented. We emphasise the uniqueness and importance of this new species for broadening the current knowledge on the Chilean fauna of Gracillariidae.

  15. Nrdp1-Mediated ErbB3 Increase during Androgen Ablation and its Contribution to Androgen-Independence

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    Matar P, Albanell J, Guzman M, Rojo F, Arribas J, et al.: ZD1839, a specifi c epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) tyrosine kinase inhibitor...or AR cDNA whose protein product contains a Thr→ Ala muta- tion at the 877 residual position isolated from LNCaP cells (24). pCDNA-HER2 and pCDNA3...Scaltriti M, Verma C, Guzman M, Jimenez J, Parra JL, Pedersen K, Smith DJ, Landolfi S, Ramon y Cajal S, Arribas J, Baselga J. Lapatinib, a HER2 tyrosine

  16. Desarrollo de un Objeto de Aprendizaje de factorización con Herramientas de Dominio Público, para estudiantes de modalidad a distancia.

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    Robledo Giraldo, Juan Sebastián

    2016-01-01

    El objetivo del proyecto fue la creación de un Objeto de Aprendizaje de factorización, desarrollado con herramientas de dominio público para estudiantes de matemáticas de primer semestre de un programa a distancia. El OA se desarrolló mediante una metodología híbrida de desarrollo de software, resultante de la combinación de MESOVA o Metodología de desarrollo de software para objetos virtuales de aprendizaje (Parra, 2011) e ISE o Ingeniería de Software Educativo (Galvis, 1992) que se com...

  17. Plasma hydrodynamics of the intense laser-cluster interaction*

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    Milchberg, Howard

    2002-11-01

    We present a 1D hydrodynamic model of the intense laser-cluster interaction in which the laser field is treated self-consistently. We find that for clusters initially as small as 25Å in radius, for which the hydrodynamic model is appropriate, nonuniform expansion of the heated material results in long-time resonance of the laser field at the critical density plasma layer. A significant result of this is that the ponderomotive force, which is enhanced at the critical density surface, can be large enough to strongly modify the plasma hydrodynamics, even at laser intensities as low as 10^15 W/cm^2 for 800 nm laser pulses. Recent experiments in EUV and x-ray generation as a function of laser pulsewidth [1], and femtosecond time-resolved measurements of cluster transient polarizability [2] provide strong support for the basic physics of this model. Recent results using a 2D hybrid fluid/PIC code show qualitative agreement with the 1D hydrocode [3]. *Work supported by the National Science Foundation and the EUV-LLC. 1. E. Parra, I. Alexeev, J. Fan, K. Kim, S.J. McNaught, and H. M. Milchberg, Phys. Rev. E 62, R5931 (2000). 2. K.Y. Kim, I. Alexeev, E. Parra, and H.M. Milchberg, submitted for publication. 3. T. Taguchi, T. Antonsen, and H.M Milchberg, this meeting.

  18. Tesis doctorales

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    Pasado y Memoria

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Resúmenes de tesis doctorales: ALARCÓN ALARCÓN, María del Mar, Biografía histórica de Pedro Alcántara de Toledo y Salm-Salm, duque del Infantado (1768-1841, tesis doctoral dirigida por el Dr. Emilio La Parra López, defendida el 25 de septiembre de 2015 en el Departamento de Humanidades Contemporáneas de la Universidad de Alicante; PÉREZ CASANOVA, Guillermo Jorge, La búsqueda de la unidad europea: el europeísmo español entre 1914 y 1931, tesis doctoral dirigida por el Dr. Salvador Forner Muñoz, defendida el 9 de marzo de 2015 en el Departamento de Humanidades Contemporáneas de la Universidad de Alicante. Accesible en el Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Alicante (RUA; PIQUERES DÍEZ, Antonio J., Los españoles y José I. La imagen del rey, tesis doctoral dirigida por los Dres. Emilio La Parra López y Rafael Fernández Sirvent, defendida el 11 de septiembre de 2015 en el Departamento de Humanidades Contemporáneas de la Universidad de Alicante, 624 pp.

  19. Effects of land use change and management on SOC and soil quality in Mediterranean rangelands areas

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz; Requejo, Ana; Zornoza, Raúl

    2017-04-01

    INTRODUCTION Rangelands in the Iberian Peninsula occupy more than 90,000 km2. These rangelands were created from the former Mediterranean oak forests, mainly composed of holm oak and cork oak (Quercus ilex rotundifolia and Quercus suber), by clear-cutting shrubs, removing selected trees and cultivating. These man-made landscapes are called 'dehesas' in Spain and 'montados' in Portugal. Between 1955 and 1981, more than 5,000 km2 of dehesas was converted from pastureland to cultivated land. This process has been accelerated since 1986 owing to subsidies from the European Common Agricultural Policy (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015a). The role that natural rangelands play in the global carbon cycle is extremely important, accounting for 10-30% of the world's total soil organic carbon (SOC), in addition, SOC concentration is closely related to soil quality and vegetation productivity (Brevik, 2012). Therefore, to study the land use and management changes is important, particularly in Mediterranean soils, as they are characterized by low organic carbon content, furthermore, the continuous use of ploughing for grain production is the principal cause of soil degradation. Therefore, land use decisions and management systems can increase or decrease SOC content and stock (Corral-Fernández et al., 2013; Parras-Alcántara et al., 2014, 2015a and 2015b; Parras-Alcántara and Lozano-García, 2014) MATERIAL AND METHODS A field study was conducted to determine the land use change (Mediterranean evergreen oak woodland to olive grove and cereal, all of them managed under conventional tillage and under conservationist practices) effects on SOC stocks and the soil quality (Stratification Ratio) in Los Pedroches valley, southern Spain. RESULTS Results for the present study indicate that management practices had little effect on SOC storage in dehesas. The stratification ratio was >2 both under conventional tillage and under organic farming, so, soils under dehesa had high quality

  20. La explotación tradicional en «La Tierra de Pinares» segoviana

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    Jesús García Fernández

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    Full Text Available El «gran arenal de Castilla» se reduce en realidad al Este del interfluvio Adaja-Eresma: un «relieve aluvial invertido» (Ojos Albos-Olmedo. Se trata de una formaciónde recubrimiento de arenas de origen fluvio-eólico periglaciar con un modelado dunar.Constituye hoy un gran ecótopo de Pinus pinaster. Sin embargo, esta formación en épocamedieval no era monoespecífica: además de otros pinos se mezclaba con diversas espe-cies y quercíneas. Su explotación como montes comunales con diversos recursos foresta-les, y de un modo abusivo, originó que en los siglos XIV y XV estuviesen muy deterio-rados. El establecimiento de señoríos impuso una ordenación de sus aprovechamientos.Con ello, si como montes comunales fueron una ficción, sin embargo es lo que permitiósu conservación, y la conversión en una formación monoespecífica y antropogénica.

  1. Estar quemado (burnout y su relación con el afrontamiento

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    G. Lastenia Hernández Zamora

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    Full Text Available El presente estudio correlacional forma parte de una investigación sobre el constructo de “estar quemado” tal y como lo entendieron inicialmente Maslach y Jackson. En este trabajo nos centramos en la relación que el constructo tiene con el afrontamiento. Se aplicó el Cuestionario de Burnout para enfermería (CBE de Hernández, Olmedo y Fernández y el Ways of Coping Questionnaire (WOCQ de Folkman y Lazarus a una muestra de personal sanitario de 222 participantes, de los cuales 187 son mujeres y 35 son varones. Los resultados de los análisis correlacionales, de regresión múltiples y los efectuados para grupos criterio (“altos” frente a “bajos” en los factores de “estar quemado” indican pocas relaciones y de escasa magnitud entre los dos constructos, si bien estos van en la línea de trabajos previos planteándose la necesidad de recurrir a otras variables de tipo personal para explicar el fenómeno del “estar quemado”.

  2. Soil organic carbon stocks quantification in Mediterranean natural areas, a trade-off between entire soil profiles and soil control sections

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz; Brevik, Eric. C.; Cerdá, Artemi

    2015-04-01

    Soil organic carbon (SOC) is extremely important in the global carbon (C) cycle; also, SOC is a soil property subject to changes, inasmuch as SOC is highly variable in space and time. The scientific community is researching the fate of the organic carbon in the ecosystems and this is why there is a blooming interest on this topic (Oliveira et al., 2014; Kukal et al., 2015). Soil organic matter play a key role in the Soil System (Fernández-Romero et al., 2014; Parras-Alcántara and Lozano García, 2014; Lozano-García and Parras-Alcántara; Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015).Globally it is known that soil C sequestration is a strategy to mitigate climate change. Over time, some researchers have analyzed entire soil profiles (ESP) by pedogenetic horizons and other researchers have analyzed soil control sections (SCS) (edaphic controls to different thickness), and in each case the benefits of the methodology established was justified. However, very few studies compare both methods (ESP versus SCS). This research sought to analyze the SOC stock (SOCS) variability using both methods (ESP and SCS) in The Despeñaperros Natural Park, a nature reserve that consists of a 76.8 km2 forested area in southern Spain. The park is in a Mediterranean environment and is a natural area (free of human disturbance). Thirty-four sampling points were selected in the study zone. Each sampling point was analyzed in two different ways, as ESP (by horizons) and as SCS with different depth increments (0-25, 25-50, 50-75 and 75-100 cm). The major goal of this research was to study the SOCS variability at regional scale. The studied soils were classified as Phaeozems, Cambisols, Regosols and Leptosols. The total SOCS in the Despeñaperros Natural Park was over 28.2% greater when SCS were used compared to ESP, ranging from 0.8144 Tg C to 0.6353 Tg C respectively (1 Tg = 10E12 g). However, when the top soil (surface horizon and superficial section control) was analyzed, this difference increased to

  3. Spatial and Temporal Variations of the Indidura Formation (Cenomanian-Turonian) in Northeastern Mexico, Coahuila State

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    Duque-Botero, F.; Maurrasse, F. J.

    2002-12-01

    Rock sequences of Cenomanian-Turonian age commonly assigned to the Indidura Formation in northeastern Mexico, Coahuila State, are shown to include distinct facies indicative of significant spatial variability over the carbonate platform of that region. The type section at Las Delicias is characterized by very-pale orange (10YR8/2) bedded biocalcirudites (10-30 cm thick), without internal structures, and comprises fossil assemblages rich in epifaunal groups, as well as nektonic and planktic taxa. Total inorganic carbon (TIC) varies between 48 % and 94 %, with fluctuation in total organic carbon (TOC) between 0.73 % and 1.58 %. The section at la Casita Canyon, farther southeast, consists of pale yellowish brown (10YR6/2) interbedded biocalcilutites and olive gray (5Y3/2) shales between 3 and 30 cm thick. They also show no apparent original internal structures, and allochems consist essentially of sparse fragments of planktonic foraminifera and radiolarian. TIC content varies between 0.84 % and 59.3 %, whereas TOC changes between 0.17 % and 5.85 %. In contrast, in the Parras Mountains, located south of La Delicias and northwest of la Casita, the succession occurs under a characteristic sequence showing interbeds of light olive gray (5Y6/1) and brownish black to olive black (5YR2/1 - 5Y2/1) shales and marly biocalcilutites 30 to 100 cm thick. They display distinct internal structures arranged in nearly even parallel varve-like dual lamina (TIC content varies from 43 % to 78.3 %, while TOC content remains relatively high with values between 7.35 % and 24.39 %, but more consistently higher than 20 %. Assuming that these facies are coeval, microfacies studies of these rocks as well as acid etched polished rocks, and scanning electron microscope examination (secondary and backscatter imaging) further substantiate these spatial differences. TOC-rich black shales in the Parras region further document unique paleoceanographic conditions, which was also characterized by

  4. Tesis Doctorales

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    Resúmenes de tesis doctorales: ALARCÓN ALARCÓN, María del Mar, Biografía histórica de Pedro Alcántara de Toledo y Salm-Salm, duque del Infantado (1768-1841), tesis doctoral dirigida por el Dr. Emilio La Parra López, defendida el 25 de septiembre de 2015 en el Departamento de Humanidades Contemporáneas de la Universidad de Alicante; PÉREZ CASANOVA, Guillermo Jorge, La búsqueda de la unidad europea: el europeísmo español entre 1914 y 1931, tesis doctoral dirigida por el Dr. Salvador Forner Muño...

  5. Expedient

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    Fernando de Assis Rodrigues

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    Full Text Available Expedient of Volume 3, Issue 1 from the year 2017EDITORIAL STAFFEditorsDiana Vilas Boas Souto AleixoFernando de Assis RodriguesEditorial ComissionDiana Vilas Boas Souto AleixoFernando de Assis RodriguesRicardo César Gonçalves Sant’AnaExecutive ComissionPedro Henrique Santos BisiAd hoc peer reviewersAna Carolina Simionato, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCarDiana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPElaine Parra Affonso, Faculdade de Tecnologia de Presidente Prudente (FATEC - Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPElvio Gilberto da Silva, Universidade do Sagrado Coração (USCFábio Mosso Moreira, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPThais Batista Zanineli, Universidade Estadual de Londrina (UELText reviewersDiana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESPElizabete Cristina de Souza Aguiar Monteiro (UNESP

  6. Prey identification in nests of the potter wasp Hypodynerus andeus (Packard (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Eumeninae using DNA barcodes

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    Héctor A. Vargas

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    Full Text Available Prey identification in nests of the potter wasp Hypodynerus andeus (Packard (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Eumeninae using DNA barcodes. Geometrid larvae are the only prey known for larvae of the Neotropical potter wasp Hypodynerus andeus (Packard, 1869 (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Eumeninae in the coastal valleys of the northern Chilean Atacama Desert. A fragment of the mitochondrial gene cytochrome oxidase c subunit 1 was amplified from geometrid larvae collected from cells of H. andeus in the Azapa Valley, Arica Province, and used to provide taxonomic identifications. Two species, Iridopsis hausmanni Vargas, 2007 and Macaria mirthae Vargas, Parra & Hausmann, 2005 were identified, while three others could be identified only at higher taxonomic levels, because the barcode reference library of geometrid moths is still incomplete for northern Chile.

  7. Disturbances of the sarcoplasmic reticulum and transverse tubular system in 24-h electrostimulated fast-twitch skeletal muscle

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    Frías, J A; Cadefau, J A; Prats, C

    2005-01-01

    Chronic low-frequency stimulation of rabbit tibialis anterior muscle over a 24-h period induces a conspicuous loss of isometric tension that is unrelated to muscle energy metabolism (J.A. Cadefau, J. Parra, R. Cusso, G. Heine, D. Pette, Responses of fatigable and fatigue-resistant fibres of rabbit...... muscle to low-frequency stimulation, Pflugers Arch. 424 (1993) 529-537). To assess the involvement of sarcoplasmic reticulum and transverse tubular system in this force impairment, we isolated microsomal fractions from stimulated and control (contralateral, unstimulated) muscles on discontinuous sucrose...... of muscles stimulated for 24 h underwent acute changes in the pattern of protein bands. First, light fractions from longitudinal sarcoplasmic reticulum, enriched in Ca2+-ATPase activity, R1 and R2, were greatly reduced (67% and 51%, respectively); this reduction was reflected in protein yield of crude...

  8. Romeu y la Guerra del Francés: Aportaciones del drama valenciano al desarrollo de la competencia sociolingüística

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    Mª Begoña Gómez Devís

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo que presentamos abarca un amplio objetivo: dotar a los aprendices de recursos y estrategias de expresión y comprensión, así como de conocimientos para reflexionar sobre los usos lingüísticos y no lingüísticos disponibles en situaciones y contextos variados. El diseño de nuestra propuesta se articula en torno a tres ejes: el histórico, visión de los acontecimientos de la guerra de la Independencia a través de la figura del guerrillero saguntino José Romeu Parras; el literario, acercamiento al hecho teatral (autor y drama valencianos de finales del siglo XIX; y el análisis de las relaciones entre lengua y sociedad, centrándonos en las condiciones sociales y culturales de uso de las lenguas catalana y española.

  9. Gestión moderna y taylorismo en el tercer milenio

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    Carlos Martínez Fajardo

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    Full Text Available El presente articulo expone las ideas básicas de la presentación que realicé en la mesa redonda organizada por el Departamento de Gestión Empresarial, el programa Maestría en Administración y la revista Innovar en el segundo semestre de 1997, centrada en el tema de la vigencia del taylorismo. Este evento contó con la participación de la profesora Anita Weiss del departamento de Sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, del profesor Guillermo Camacho como consultor y conferencista de diferentes universidades del país, y de los profesores Bernardo Parra, coordinador del evento, Ricardo Romero, profesor, y Carlos E. Martínez Fajardo, profesor y director del Departamento de Gestión.

  10. LA REPRESENTACIÓN DE LA IDENTIDAD INDIVIDUAL EN LA NARRATIVA MEXICANA DE LOS ALBORES DEL SIGLO XXI

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    LILIA LETICIA GARCĺA PEÑA

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    Full Text Available This work analyzes the transformations that exist in the representation of the individual identity in the Mexican narrative works published between 1995 and 2010 by the writers: Guillermo Fadanelli, Carlos Fuentes, Patricia Laurent Kullick, Héctor Manjarrez, Eduardo Antonio Parra, Aline Pettersson, Pedro Ángel Palou, Xavier Velasco y Socorro Venegas. The article has a general perception with the aim of emphasizing, from the individual poetics, the process of symbolization of the “I” in the Mexican narrative from the beginnings of the 21st century, that as cultural phenomenon unfolds in the borders of literariness and society. The theoretical perspective that encourages the analysis starts off, mainly, from the proposal of the North American psychologist Kenneth Gergen, the sociologist Zigmunt Bauman and the mythocritic proposal of Gilbert Durand.

  11. Response to Comment on 'On Higher-Order Corrections to Gyrokinetic Vlasov-Poisson Equations in the Long Wavelength Limit [Phys. Plasmas 16,044506 (2009)]'

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    Lee, W.W.; Kolesnikov, R.A.

    2009-01-01

    We show in this Response that the nonlinear Poisson's equation in our original paper derived from the drift kinetic approach can be verified by using the nonlinear gyrokinetic Poisson's equation of Dubin et al. (Phys. Fluids 26, 3524 (1983)). This nonlinear contribution in φ 2 is indeed of the order of k # perpendicular# 4 in the long wavelength limit and remains finite for zero ion temperature, in contrast to the nonlinear term by Parra and Catto (Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 50, 065014 (2008)), which is of the order of k # perpendicular# 2 and diverges for T i → 0. For comparison, the leading term for the gyrokinetic Poisson's equation in this limit is of the order of k # perpendicular# 2 φ.

  12. El mundo del libro: Mayo de 1966

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    Agustín Rodríguez Garavito

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    Full Text Available -DIARIO. Por Hernando Téllez. -DIAS DE BELLO EN CARACAS. Por Héctor Parra Márquez- Italigráfica. Caracas. -CON LOS POBRES DE AMÉRICA. Pensamiento político de Tomic, Montoro, Cornejo, Caldera y Frei. -ACTUALIDADES "ECOPETROL". Publicaciones de Relaciones de ECOPETROL. -REMINISCENCIAS DE SANTAFE Y BOGOTÄ. Por José María Cordovez Moure, Biblioteca Shering. Bogotá. Colombia. -EL ESTADO FUERTE. Por Alfonso López Michelsen, Ediciones Populibro. -LA EDUCACIÓN EN COLOMBIA. Por Alejandro Bernal Escobar, Andrés Benoit, Bertha Corredor e Isaac Wust. Oficina Internacional de Investigaciones Sociales de FERE-Lovaina-Bélgica. -LA PICUA SE VA. Por Lucy Barco de Valderrama. Ediciones Lerner.

  13. Mujer y nación: una historia de la educación en Baja California. 1920-1930

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    María del Consuelo López Arámburo

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available This article forms part of research in progress that aims to examine the intellectual climate prevailing in Mexico in the post-revolutionary period, from 1920 to 1930. The essay explores how the influence of nationalist ideology gradually shifted the role of Mexican women, identifying them as the educators of the nation. The study focuses on Baja California since educators, such as Josefina Rendón Parra (1885-1977, were an important example illustrating how nationalist ideology engineered women´s role in Mexico´s reconstruction. Education with a spiritual dimension was the key doorway through which women gained access to the modern era. In a society that had yet to grant them the right to vote, education was also the doorway through which women gained acceptance as citizens. Finally, this study proposes the remaking of history through the mythological discourses, such as the legends that were fashionable in that period.

  14. Europan 7 Eestis : Lasnamäe. Pärnu / Tiit Trummal, Andres Kurg

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    Trummal, Tiit, 1954-

    2004-01-01

    Võistluse "Äärelinna võimalus, linnalik intensiivsus ja elamise mitmekesisus" Eesti-Rootsi ühisžüriis Eestist Urmas Muru, Tiit Trummal, Andres Kurg. Tallinna Lasnamäe (14 tööd) ja Pärnu (47 tööd) võistlusalast, võitnud tööde arhitektide loetelu ja võitnud töödest. Lasnamäe: I preemia - autor hispaanlane Andres Fernandes Atela, kaasautorid prantslased Mathieu Andrieu ja Iman Morshedi. Pärnu: I preemia - autorid rumeenlane Oana-Maria Bogdan, ameeriklane Susan Kelly Shannon, argentiinlane Laura Vescina, hispaanlased Juny Llach ja Parra Colacios

  15. Formación ciudadana como elemento de transformación social en el desarrollo moral de los estudiantes

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    Luisa Ceballo

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de esta investigación es describir la formación ciudadana como elemento de transformación social en el desarrollo moral de los estudiantes. Las referencias teóricas estuvieron basadas en la formación ciudadana y valores según Bisquerra (2008, Frondizi (2011, Gibson (2008, Gutman (2001, Parra (2003 y Rovira (2008. La metodología usada en esta investigación fue descriptiva, con análisis documental a partir de la revisión bibliográfica, lo cual confirma que se debe mejorar el afianzamiento de una educación en valores, que propicie una conducta ciudadana, y a su vez muestre actitudes morales, por medio de estrategias innovadoras que favorezcan la sana convivencia.

  16. MURASOC, a parametric model to test climate change effects on soil organic carbon. Application to Southern Spain (Mediterranean áreas)

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz; Brevik, Eric C.; Olaya-Abril, Alfonso; Obregón-Romero, Rafael; Gil Torres, Juan; Recio-Espejo, Jose Manuel

    2016-04-01

    Soil organic carbon (SOC) is formed through the decomposition processes of plant, animal and microbial residues, root exudates, living and dead microorganism and soil biota; and is the main energy source for soil microorganism. Consequently, a strong feedback is stablished among a large number of components in the complex biota-abiota network. Likewise, SOC influences in physical, chemical and biological soil properties such as temperature, cationic exchange capacity and plant growth (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015). Therefore, to improve our knowledge about what soil variables are more responsible of SOC content would be extremely useful in soils characterization. In many studies, independent variables were related to SOC, however, the possible combined effects of different independent variables and their ability to model SOC have not been considered. On the other hand, over the last few decades interest in soil organic carbon (SOC) has increased due to its role in C sequestration in terrestrial ecosystems, which could contribute to decreasing atmospheric CO2 levels (Lozano-García et al., 2016; Fernández-Romero et al., 2016; Parras-Alcántara and Lozano-García 2014). Then, attempts to model SOC content have multiplied over this time. In this study, 612 soil profiles obtained from the Natura 2000 network of protected areas in the Sierra Morena mountains, (Spain) were used with the following objectives: i) To quantify SOC content according to different variables (analytical, morphological, genetic and climatic) in order to define the variables that are most closely related to SOC content; ii) To model the Current SOC content for a geographic area (Sierra Morena - Spain); iii) To model SOC suitability-habitat under a climate change scenario; iv) To extrapolate the SOC content and distribution model to the wider Andalusia region, showing the areas that have a high probability to experience an increase in their SOC content in coming years; and v) To propose

  17. ExoGeoLab Pilot Project for Landers, Rovers and Instruments

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    Foing, Bernard

    2010-05-01

    )#, S. Direito(6)#, S. Voute (15)#, A. Olmedo-Soler(17)#, T. E. Zegers(1, 15)#, D. Scheer(12)#, K. Bickert(12)#, D. Schildhammer(12)#, B. Jantscher(1, 11, 12)#, MECA Team(6)#, ExoGeoLab ILEWG ExoHab teams(1,4,11) EuroGeoMars team(1,4,5); 1)ESTEC/SRE-S Postbus 299, 2200 AG Noordwijk, NL, 2)NASA Ames , 3)Delft TU , 4)ESTEC TEC Technology Dir., 5)ESTEC HSF Human Spaceflight, 6)VU Amsterdam, 7)ESTEC Education Office, 8)FU Berlin, 9)Max Planck Goettingen, 10)Leiden/GWU , 11)ILEWG ExoHab Team, 12)Austrian Space Forum (OEWF Innsbruck); 14) Ecole de l'Air, Salons de Provence, 15) Utrecht U., 16) MECA Team, 17) Olmedo Knowledge Systems S.L.; * EuroGeoMars Utah crew , # ILEWG Eifel crew, EuroMoonMars/DOMMEX Utah crew.

  18. Induction of cell death in a glioblastoma line by hyperthermic therapy based on gold nanorods

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    Full Text Available Tamara Fernandez Cabada1,2,*, Cristina Sanchez Lopez de Pablo1,3,*, Alberto Martinez Serrano2, Francisco del Pozo Guerrero1,3, Jose Javier Serrano Olmedo1,3,*, Milagros Ramos Gomez1–3,* 1Centre for Biomedical Technology, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 2Centre for Molecular Biology, "Severo Ochoa" Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 3Biomedical Research Networking Center in Bioengineering Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-bbn, Zaragoza, Spain.*These authors contributed equally to this workBackground: Metallic nanorods are promising agents for a wide range of biomedical applications. In this study, we developed an optical hyperthermia method capable of inducing in vitro death of glioblastoma cells.Methods: The procedure used was based on irradiation of gold nanorods with a continuous wave laser. This kind of nanoparticle converts absorbed light into localized heat within a short period of time due to the surface plasmon resonance effect. The effectiveness of the method was determined by measuring changes in cell viability after laser irradiation of glioblastoma cells in the presence of gold nanorods.Results: Laser irradiation in the presence of gold nanorods induced a significant decrease in cell viability, while no decrease in cell viability was observed with laser irradiation or incubation with gold nanorods alone. The mechanism of cell death mediated by gold nanorods during photothermal ablation was analyzed, indicating that treatment compromised the integrity of the cell membrane instead of initiating the process of programmed cell death.Conclusion: The use of gold nanorods in hyperthermal therapies is very effective in eliminating glioblastoma cells, and therefore represents an important area of research for therapeutic development.Keywords: laser irradiation, photothermal therapy, surface plasmon resonance, cancer

  19. Modelling global change impacts on soil carbon contents of agro-silvo-pastoral Mediterranean systems

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    Lozano-García, Beatriz; Muñoz-Rojas, Miriam; Parras-Alcántara, Luis

    2016-04-01

    To assess the impact of climate change on soil organic C (SOC) stocks in agro-silvo-pastoral environments, different models have been applied worldwide at local or regional scales, such as as RothC (Francaviglia et al., 2012) or CENTURY (Alvaro-Fuentes et al., 2012). However, some of these models may require a high number of input parameters or can underestimate the effect of soil depth. CarboSOIL (Muñoz-Rojas et al., 2013) is an empirical model based on regression techniques and developed to predict SOC contents at standard soil depths (0-25, 25-50 and 50-75 cm) under a range of climate and/or land use change scenarios. CarboSOIL has been successfully applied in different Mediterranean areas ,e.g. Southern Spain (Muñoz-Rojas et al., 2013; Abd-Elmabod et al., 2014), Northern Egypt (Muñoz-Rojas et al., 2014) and Italy (Muñoz-Rojas et al., 2015). In this study, CarboSOIL was applied in the Cardeña and Montoro mountain range Natural Park. This area covers 385 km2 and is located within Sierra Morena (Córdoba, South Spain) and has a semiarid Mediterranean climate. It is characterized by agro-silvo-pastoral systems. The Mediterranean evergreen oak woodland (MEOW-dehesa) is savanna-like open woodland ecosystem characterized by silvopastoral uses, being an ancient human modified Mediterranean landscape (Corral-Fernández et al., 2013; Lozano-García and Parras-Alcántara 2013). The most representative soils in the Cardeña and Montoro mountain range Natural Park are Cambisols, Regosols, Leptosols and Fluvisols. These soils are characterized by low fertility, poor physical conditions and marginal capacity for agricultural use, together with low organic matter (OM) content due to climate conditions (semiarid Mediterranean climate) and soil texture (sandy). The model was applied at different soil depths: 0-25, 25-50 and 50-75 cm (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015) considering land use and climate changes scenarios based on available global climate models (IPPC, 2007). A

  20. Impact of vegetation types on soil organic carbon stocks SOC-S in Mediterranean natural areas

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz; Cantudo-Pérez, Marta

    2015-04-01

    Soils play a key role in the carbon geochemical cycle because they can either emit large quantities of CO2 or on the contrary they can act as a store for carbon. Agriculture and forestry are the only activities that can achieve this effect through photosynthesis and the carbon incorporation into carbohydrates (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2013). The Mediterranean evergreen oak Woodland (MEOW - dehesa) is a type of pasture with scattered evergreen and deciduous oak stands in which cereals are often grown under the tree cover. It is a system dedicated to the combined production of Iberian swine, sheep, fuel wood, coal and cork as well as to hunting. These semi-natural areas still preserve some of the primitive vegetation of the Mediterranean oak forests. The dehesa is a pasture where the herbaceous layer is comprised of either cultivated cereals such as oat, barley and wheat or native vegetation dominated by annual species, which are used as grazing resources. These Iberian open woodland rangelands (dehesas) have been studied from different points of view: hydrologically, with respect to soil organic matter content, as well as in relation to gully erosion, topographical thresholds, soil erosion and runoff production, soil degradation and management practices…etc, among others. The soil organic carbon stock capacity depends not only on abiotic factors such as the mineralogical composition and the climate, but also on soil use and management (Parras et al., 2014 and 2015). In Spanish soils, climate, use and management strongly affect the carbon variability, mainly in soils in dry Mediterranean climates characterized by low organic carbon content, weak structure and readily degradable soils. Hontoria et al. (2004) emphasized that the climate and soil use are two factors that greatly influence carbon content in the Mediterranean climate. This research sought to analyze the SOC stock (SOCS) variability in MEOW - dehesa with cereals, olive grove and Mediterranean oak forest

  1. PREFACE: 21st Latin American Symposium on Solid State Physics (SLAFES XXI)

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    Aguiar, J. Albino

    2014-04-01

    The Latin American Symposium on Solid State Physics (SLAFES) started in Caracas-Venezuela, and over time the symposia have taken place in 9 different Latin American countries. The last five events took place in Mérida-Venezuela (2002), Havana-Cuba (2004), Puebla-Mexico (2006), Puerto Iguazú-Argentina (2008) and Maragogi-Brazil (2011). During the last years, in the different SLAFES editions, the aim has been to bring together researches from Latina America and invite renowned scientists from around the world to a unique forum to discuss the latest developments regarding Solid state Physics. The 21st Latin American Symposium on Solid State Physics (SLAFES XXI) was held in Villa de Leyva-Colombia, from September 30 to October 04, 2013. The 21st SLAFES version featured the participation of experts in various areas of Solid State Physics from countries such as Belgium, Germany, United States, Spain, Ireland, Chile, Argentina and Brazil, had 270 submitted works and was attended by 140 researchers. The development of this event was made possible by financial support from the Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Universidad del Norte-CO, Universidad de Magdalena-CO, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco-BR and the Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exatas, Naturales y Física. Editors Professor J Albino Aguiar Departamento de Física Universidade Federal de Pernambuco 50670-901 Recife PE Brazil e-mail: albino@df.ufpe.br Professor Jairo Roa-Rojas Grupo de Física de Nuevos Materiales Departamento de Física Universidad Nacional de Colombia A.A. 5997 Bogotá DC, Colombia e-mail: jroar@unal.edu.co Professor Carlos Arturo Parra Vargas Grupo Física de Materiales Escuela de Física Universidad Padagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia Tunja Colombia e-mail: carlos.parra@uptc.edu.co Professor David A Land\\'i nez Téllez Grupo de Física de Nuevos Materiales Departamento de Física Universidad Nacional de Colombia A.A. 5997 Bogotá DC

  2. The Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary in the shallow northeastern Mexican foreland basins: Evidence for paleoseismic liquefaction, tsunami deposition, and Chicxulub ejecta

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    Schulte, Peter; Smit, Jan; Deutsch, Alex; Friese, Andrea; Beichel, Kilian

    2010-05-01

    Understanding the depositional sequence and composition of impact ejecta is critical for the interpretation of timing and effects of the Chicxulub impact regarding the mass extinction at the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary. Preliminary investigations have shown that the shallow La Popa and Parras foreland basins in northeastern Mexico both feature outstanding and continuous 3D exposures of the Chicxulub ejecta-rich, K-Pg boundary event deposit (Lawton et al., 2005). The m-thick sand-siltstone interval directly underlying the ejecta-rich mass flows shows evidence of slumping and liquefaction, locally leading to complete disorganization and disruption of the pre-impact late Cretaceous sedimentary sequence. The subsequent ejecta-rich sequence consists of an up to one m-thick basal carbonate-rich bed that discontinuously fills a valley-like topography. Besides abundant silicic and carbonate ejecta spherules (up to 50%) that are excellently preserved, this bed includes abundant mollusks and gastropod shells, as well as vertebrate bones and teeth. The conglomeratic bed is overlain by a series of alternating fine- to medium grained calcareous sandstones with shell debris and ejecta that were deposited by repeated currents / mass flow events incorporating varying source areas. Hummocky-cross-stratified strata that mark the return to a normal out-shelf depositional regime conformably overly these sandstones. We interpret this sequence as evidence for presumably seismic-induced sediment liquefaction followed by a series of impact-related tsunami deposits. The specific depositional sequence and Fe-Mg-rich ejecta composition as well as the petrography of the sandstones all closely link the K-Pg boundary sequence in the La Popa and Parras basin to the well-known deep-water K-Pg sites in the Gulf of Mexico (e.g. El Mimbral; Smit et al., 1996; Schulte and Kontny, 2005). Lawton, T.F., et al., 2005, Geology, v. 33, p. 81-84. Smit, J. et al., 1996, GSA Special Paper v. 307, p

  3. Ginés Pérez y su O Crux

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    Climent, José

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    Full Text Available The exact names attributed to Ginés Pérez were never at all clear. His first appointment to the Cathedral in Valencia complicated matters even more when he was referred to with the Christian name of what appeared to be "Juan", which only added to the confusion as it lead us to believe that he was the only candidate to apply for that position. Today, however, we now know his true and full names: he was called Ginés Pérez de la Parra. We also know, for the first time, the exact date of his death. The quality of his compositions not only contributed to their popularity but gave rise to the works of other composers being attributed to him. The authorship of the majority of his compositions are considered anonymous, though they can be located in diverse archives. Even so, we cannot find a single copy of the O Crux attributed to his name, despite the numerous copies and their variants that abound in Region of Valencia.El nombre de Ginés Pérez nunca ha tenido la claridad de debía. Su primer nombramiento en la catedral de Valencia ya lo confunde añadiéndole el “Juan” lo que ya siembra confusión, además de sugerirnos que, posiblemente, fue llamado para ocupar el puesto sin oposición. Hoy conocemos toda su filiación: Ginés Pérez de la Parra, así como la fecha de su muerte, totalmente equivocada hasta ahora. La valía de sus composiciones motivó, además de la difusión de su obra, la atribución de composiciones de otros autores. La mayor parte de sus composiciones constan como "anónimos", si bien pueden encontrarse en distintos archivos. Del presente O crux, sin embargo, no hemos podido encontrar ninguna copia con su nombre, pese a las múltiples copias, con sus variantes, existentes en la Comunidad Valenciana.

  4. Captación de aguas subálveas en la confluencia de los ríos Lozoya y Jarama

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    López de Berges y de los Santos, Emilio

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    Full Text Available The purpose of the arrangement described in this article is to take advantage of the unground water available at the junction of the Lozoya and Jarama rivers, to collect it for the Madrid water supply system. The water is collected by means of two Ranney wells, with radial drainages in metal plates with longitudinal slits. The total length of these slits, for each well, is 500 m. The filtered water is pumped to La Parra Canal, along a steel welded tube, with a capacity of 1 m3/sec. To increase the water pressure on the drainage surface, a small reservoir has been constructed, with moveable Taintor sluice gates and with two lateral spillways. The volume of 1 m3/s of additional water is an important increase in the water supply of Madrid, especially taking into account the short time taken to complete this project and its low cost. The water is of very pure quality, owing to the filtration that it undergoes, both along the river bed and at the collecting wells.El objeto del dispositivo que se describe es aprovechar el caudal subálveo de la confluencia de los ríos Lozoya y Jarama, para incorporarlo al abastecimiento de agua a Madrid. La captación se realiza con dos pozos Ranney, con drenes radiales de palastro ranurados longitudinalmente y con una longitud total de unos 500 m para cada pozo. El agua filtrada es impulsada al Canal de La Parra por una tubería de acero electrosoldada con capacidad de 1 m3/s. Para aumentar la carga de agua sobre los drenes se ha construido un azud con dos vanos móviles provistos de compuertas Taintor, y dos aliviaderos laterales. El rendimiento obtenido de 1 m3/s constituye una importante mejora en el abastecimiento de aguas a la capital, habida cuenta del reducido plazo de ejecución y la economía de esta obra. El agua obtenida resulta de inmejorables condiciones a causa del filtrado a que se encuentra sometida, tanto por los acarreos del río como por los drenes de captación.

  5. Microbial filaments in stromatolites and laminites of Balbuena III Sequence (Maastrichtian/Danian of Yacoraite Formation in Metán-Alemania Sub-basin, Salta region, Argentina, and its alaeoenvironmental significance

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    Eduardo Roemers-Oliveira

    Full Text Available RESUMO A Bacia de Salta localiza-se no noroeste argentino e sua origem está relacionada a um rifte intracontinental, formado durante o Cretáceo e início do Paleógeno. Subdivide-se em quatro sub-bacias (Lomas de Olmedo a leste; Sey a oeste; Tres Cruces a norte; e Metán-Alemania a sul que foram preenchidas por sedimentos dos Subgrupos Pirgua (fase sin-rifte, Balbuena e Santa Bárbara (fase sag . O Subgrupo ou Supersequência Balbuena é dividido em quatro sequências: Balbuena I, II, III e IV, da base para o topo. O presente estudo identificou filamentos microbianos em imagens geradas pelo microscópio eletrônico de varredura em amostras de estromatólitos e laminitos da Sequência Balbuena III (Maastrichtiano/Daniano da Formação Yacoraite, na Sub-bacia Metán-Alemania, região do dique Cabra Corral, distrito de Coronel Moldes, Argentina. A ocorrência desses filamentos, identificados em calcários formados em períodos de clima árido e depositados no intervalo de lago fechado da sequência em estudo, indica a influência de atividade biológica na formação dessas rochas. A identificação dos filamentos microbianos, preservados a partir de estruturas de cianobactérias, auxilia a interpretação paleoambiental, uma vez que a ocorrência desses microorganismos é limitada à zona fótica e é comum a ambientes estressantes. Os laminitos da área de estudo foram interpretados como formados em planícies lamosas supralitorâneas na zona vadosa, enquanto os estromatólitos se formaram em ambiente sublitorâneo, estando constantemente submersos. Além dos microbialitos, ocorrem na Sequência Balbuena III fácies carbonáticas, siliciclásticas e mistas, depositadas em ambiente lacustre.

  6. LAD Dissertation Prize: Laboratory Identification of Magnetohydrodynamic Eruption Criteria in the Solar Corona

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    Myers, Clayton E.; Yamada, Masaaki; Ji, Hantao

    2018-06-01

    Ideal magnetohydrodynamic instabilities such as the kink and torus instabilities are believed to play an important role in driving storage-and-release eruptions in the solar corona. These instabilities act on long-lived, arched magnetic flux ropes that are line-tied to the solar surface. In spite of numerous observational and computational studies, the conditions under which these instabilities produce an eruption remain a subject of intense debate. In this paper, we use a line-tied, arched flux rope experiment to systematically study storage-and-release eruption mechanisms in the laboratory [1]. Thin in situ magnetic probes facilitate the study of both the equilibrium and the stability of these laboratory flux ropes. In particular, they permit the direct measurement of magnetic (J×B) forces, both in equilibrium [2] and during dynamic events [3, 4]. Regarding stability and eruptions, two major results are reported: First, a new stability regime is identified where torus-unstable flux ropes fail to erupt. In this ‘failed torus’ regime, the flux rope is torus-unstable but kink-stable. Under these conditions, a dynamic toroidal field tension force surges in magnitude and prevents the flux rope from erupting [3, 4]. This dynamic tension force, which is missing from existing eruption models, is generated by magnetic self-organization events within the line-tied flux rope. Second, a clear torus instability threshold is observed in the kink-unstable regime. This latter result, which is consistent with existing theoretical [5] and numerical [6] results, verifies the key role of the torus instability in driving flux rope eruptions in the solar corona.[1] C. E. Myers, Ph.D. Thesis, Princeton University (2015)[2] C. E. Myers et al., Phys. Plasmas 23, 112102 (2016)[3] C. E. Myers et al., Nature 528, 526 (2015)[4] C. E. Myers et al., Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 59, 014048 (2017)[5] O. Olmedo & J. Zhang, Astrophys. J. 718, 433 (2010)[6] T. Török & B. Kliem, Astrophys. J

  7. Ecomorphology of the eyes and skull in zooplanktivorous labrid fishes

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    Schmitz, L.; Wainwright, P. C.

    2011-06-01

    Zooplanktivory is one of the most distinct trophic niches in coral reef fishes, and a number of skull traits are widely recognized as being adaptations for feeding in midwater on small planktonic prey. Previous studies have concluded that zooplanktivores have larger eyes for sharper visual acuity, reduced mouth structures to match small prey sizes, and longer gill rakers to help retain captured prey. We tested these three traditional hypotheses plus two novel adaptive hypotheses in labrids, a clade of very diverse coral reef fishes that show multiple independent evolutionary origins of zooplanktivory. Using phylogenetic comparative methods with a data set from 21 species, we failed to find larger eyes in three independent transitions to zooplanktivory. Instead, an impression of large eyes may be caused by a size reduction of the anterior facial region. However, two zooplanktivores ( Clepticus parrae and Halichoeres pictus) possess several features interpreted as adaptations to zooplankton feeding, namely large lens diameters relative to eye axial length, round pupil shape, and long gill rakers. The third zooplanktivore in our analysis, Cirrhilabrus solorensis, lacks all above features. It remains unclear whether Cirrhilabrus shows optical specializations for capturing planktonic prey. Our results support the prediction that increased visual acuity is adaptive for zooplanktivory, but in labrids increases in eye size are apparently not part of the evolutionary response.

  8. Paleocene decapod Crustacea from northeastern Mexico: Additions to biostratigraphy and diversity

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    Martínez-Díaz, José Luis; Aguillón-Martínez, Martha Carolina; Luque, Javier; Vega, Francisco J.

    2017-03-01

    New decapod specimens from mid-Paleocene shallow marine deposits of NE Mexico represents an important addition to the diversity, paleobiogeography and evolution of the Crustacea record. In this work, we describe additions to the decapod assemblage from the Paleocene (Selandian) Rancho Nuevo Formation (Difunta Group, Parras Basin, Coahuila). Due to the evident size differences with other decapod assemblages, we compare the new assemblage with those from the Lower Paleocene (Danian) Mexia Clay Member of the Wills Point Formation, Texas, and the Lower Eocene (Ypresian) El Bosque Formation in Chiapas. Species reported from the mid-Paleocene (Selandian) assemblage of the Porters Creek Formation (Alabama), are correlatable to the decapod species from NE Mexico in age, size and systematic composition. The erymid lobster Enoploclytia gardnerae (Rathbun, 1935) is represented by several carapaces and chelae remains. One isolated palm of Callianassidae is included. Numerous carapaces of Linuparus wilcoxensis Rathbun, 1935 are described, representing the most abundant lobster. A new record for the raninid Notopoides sp., and presence of Quasilaeviranina sp. cf. arzignagnensis and Quasilaeviranina ovalis are here reported. New raninids, Claudioranina latacantha sp. nov. and Claudioranina sp. (Cyrtorhininae) are also part of this assemblage. Paraverrucoides alabamensis (Rathbun, 1935), and Tehuacana americana (Rathbun, 1935) are represented by several carapaces exhibiting intraspecific morphological variation. Different sizes among the Early and Middle Paleocene and Early Eocene decapod populations suggests a possible effect of variation in seawater temperatures and/or a Lilliput effect after the K/Pg event.

  9. La nueva estética del teatro chileno bajo el régimen militar. Una revisión de la práctica escénica neoexpresionista chilena en los años ochenta

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    Sergio Pereira Poza

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    Full Text Available Dentro de la reciente historia del teatro chileno hay un acontecimiento que no puede dejar de ser advertido como una de las señales más claras del cambio de perspectiva que empieza a gestarse en lo que llamaremos aquí el nuevo teatro chileno. Nos referimos a los hechos que rodearon al frustrado estreno de Lo crudo, lo cocido y lo podrido, del médico psiquiatra y dramaturgo Marco Antonio de la Parra en 1978. Al margen de la imagen no realista del mundo que entregaba la obra y, por lo mismo, ajena a los códigos artísticos dominantes, la dimensión grotesca de las diferentes escenas de Lo crudo, lo cocido y lo podrido aparecía ante los ojos de espectadores y lectores poco avisados como una burla que atentaba contra las venerables instituciones tradicionales del país y sus hombres. Ésta fue la lectura que hizo el entonces Vicerrector de Extensión de la Universidad Católica de Chile, Hernán Larraín.

  10. Thin liquid sheet target capabilities for ultra-intense laser acceleration of ions at a kHz repetition rate

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    Klim, Adam; Morrison, J.; Orban, C.; Chowdhury, E.; Frische, K.; Feister, S.; Roquemore, M.

    2017-10-01

    The success of laser-accelerated ion experiments depends crucially on a number of factors including how thin the targets can be created. We present experimental results demonstrating extremely thin (under 200 nm) glycol sheet targets that can be used for ultra-intense laser-accelerated ion experiments conducted at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Importantly, these experiments operate at a kHz repetition rate and the recovery time of the liquid targets is fast enough to allow the laser to interact with a refreshed, thin target on every shot. These thin targets can be used to produce energetic electrons, light ions, and neutrons as well as x-rays, we present results from liquid glycol targets which are useful for proton acceleration experiments via the mechanism of Target Normal Sheath Acceleration (TNSA). In future work, we will create thin sheets from deuterated water in order to perform laser-accelerated deuteron experiments. This research was sponsored by the Quantum and Non-Equilibrium Processes Division of the AFOSR, under the management of Dr. Enrique Parra, and support from the DOD HPCMP Internship Program.

  11. High repetition rate laser-driven MeV ion acceleration at variable background pressures

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    Snyder, Joseph; Ngirmang, Gregory; Orban, Chris; Feister, Scott; Morrison, John; Frische, Kyle; Chowdhury, Enam; Roquemore, W. M.

    2017-10-01

    Ultra-intense laser-plasma interactions (LPI) can produce highly energetic photons, electrons, and ions with numerous potential real-world applications. Many of these applications will require repeatable, high repetition targets that are suitable for LPI experiments. Liquid targets can meet many of these needs, but they typically require higher chamber pressure than is used for many low repetition rate experiments. The effect of background pressure on the LPI has not been thoroughly studied. With this in mind, the Extreme Light group at the Air Force Research Lab has carried out MeV ion and electron acceleration experiments at kHz repetition rate with background pressures ranging from 30 mTorr to >1 Torr using a submicron ethylene glycol liquid sheet target. We present these results and provide two-dimensional particle-in-cell simulation results that offer insight on the thresholds for the efficient acceleration of electrons and ions. This research is supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research under LRIR Project 17RQCOR504 under the management of Dr. Riq Parra and Dr. Jean-Luc Cambier. Support was also provided by the DOD HPCMP Internship Program.

  12. Heróis e cultura histórica entre estudantes no Chile

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    Fabián González Calderón

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    Full Text Available RESUMO Este texto divulga e analisa dados do projeto intercultural de pesquisa "Jovens e a História no Mercosul". Expõe dados sobre a cultura histórica do Chile, especificamente sobre as imagens que personificam a identidade nacional, por meio dos líderes da pátria, com base na visão de estudantes do Ensino Médio. O fundamento teórico do estudo está nos conceitos de cultura histórica, cultura política e representações sociais, especificamente a teoria do núcleo central. Os dados foram coletados por meio de um questionário e tratados pelo programa EVOC 2000. Os resultados apontam, entre outras conclusões provisórias, um núcleo central que envolve O'Higgins, Prat e Carrera. Manuel Rodríguez e Salvador Allende são nomes do núcleo intermediário. O núcleo periférico é marcado por manifestações que modificam o significado de herói, apresentam irreverência ou destacam os nomes de Lautaro e Violeta Parra.

  13. The Orchestras of the Príncipe and Cruz Coliseums in Madrid during the Second Half of the 18th Century

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    Marina BARBA

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    Full Text Available There were no stable orchestras in Madrid’s public theatres during the first half of the Eighteenth Century, and a variable number of instrumentalists were used on each occasion. This paper discusses the development of the two town-owned theatres in the second half of the century, when the orchestra was considered an important element and a new way of hiring musicians developed, based on sources kept at the Archivo de Villa de Madrid, Sección de Secretaría.René Andioc and Mireille Coulon in their Cartelera teatral madrileña del siglo XVIII: (1708-1808 refer to the companies that worked in both theatres in the second half of the 18th Century, those of de Josef de Parra, María Hidalgo, José Martínez Gálvez, Juan Ángel, Águeda de la Calle, María Ladvenant, Nicolás de la Calle, Juan Ponce, Manuel Martínez, Eusebio Ribera, Joaquín Palomino, Luis Navarro and Francisco Ramo, although they do not study the orchestral musicians. The first study on this issue is that by José Máximo Leza «Las orquestas de ópera en Madrid entre los siglos XVIII-XIX», although it does not discuss the theatres of La Cruz and El Príncipe in the second half of the century. 

  14. Controlled but not cured: Structural processes and explanatory models of Chagas disease in tropical Bolivia.

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    Forsyth, Colin

    2015-11-01

    Dressler (2001:456) characterizes medical anthropology as divided between two poles: the constructivist, which focuses on the "meaning and significance that events have for people," and the structuralist, which emphasizes socioeconomic processes and relationships. This study synthesizes structuralist and constructivist perspectives by investigating how structural processes impact explanatory models of Chagas disease in a highly endemic area. The research took place from March-June 2013 through the Centro Medico Humberto Parra, a non-profit clinic servicing low income populations in Palacios, Bolivia and surrounding communities. Semistructured interviews (n = 68) and consensus analysis questionnaires (n = 48) were administered to people dealing with Chagas disease. In the interview narratives, respondents link Chagas disease with experiences of marginalization and rural poverty, and describe multilayered impediments to accessing treatment. They often view the disease as incurable, but this reflects inconsistent messages from the biomedical system. The consensus analysis results show strong agreement on knowledge of the vector, ethnomedical treatment, and structural factors related to Chagas disease. In interpreting Chagas disease, respondents account for the structural factors which place them at risk and impede access to care. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  15. Abrir, cerrar, subir y bajar: la productividad de los verbos de movimiento como elementos constitutivos de locuciones idiomáticas en españo

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    Ana Serradilla Castaño

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    Full Text Available En este trabajo se estudian los valores metafóricos de las locuciones formadas por abrir, cerrar, bajar y subir: abrir la mano, cerrar el grifo, bajarse los pantalones, subirse a la parra... Se presenta una abundante documentación y se analiza la capacidad de cada uno de los verbos que constituyen estas expresiones para utilizarse de forma figurada. Se llama también la atención sobre el hecho de que los verbos seleccionados participan en estructuras de este tipo desde antiguo y todavía hoy siguen siendo productivos en la creación de frases hechas debido a la existencia de metáforas universales ("arriba" es positivo mientras que "abajo" es negativo. Asimismo, se presta atención al significado de cada uno de estos verbos y a sus posibilidades combinatorias; también se centra el interés en la rentabilidad de estos verbos para participar en expresiones figuradas. Se cierra el artículo con un estudio comparativo entre la situación del español y la de otras lenguas y se insiste en la presencia de expresiones figuradas formadas por los mismos verbos, como corresponde a la existencia de metáforas de carácter universal que funcionan en lenguas de tipología diferente.

  16. Una risa en el desierto: el arte de la resurrección y sermones y prédicas del Cristo de Elqui

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    Jorge Ladino Gaitán Bayona

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    Full Text Available En este artículo de reflexión se analiza la propuesta carnavalesca de la novela El arte de la resurrección (2010, de Hernán Rivera Letelier, y los poemarios Sermones y prédicas del Cristo de Elqui (1977 y Nuevos sermones y prédicas del Cristo de Elqui (1979, de Nicanor Parra. En estas obras interviene como protagonista un excéntrico predicador de existencia real en la historia de Chile: Domingo Zárate Vega, mejor conocido como el Cristo de Elqui. Se retoman planteamientos teóricos de Mijail Bajtín para explorar la risa y la locura como recursos estéticos que generan una visión crítica sobre la miseria de los mineros en las salitreras del desierto chileno, la dictadura militar de Augusto Pinochet y La matanza de la Escuela Santa María de Iquique (21 de diciembre de 1907.

  17. ¿Sobrevivira taylor en el tercer milenio?

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    Bernardo Parra R.

    1998-06-01

    Full Text Available Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresarial de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El debate también conto con la presencia del profesor Guillermo Camacho Caro, consultor y conferencista de las diferentes universidades del país, quien hizo una excelente comparecencia del taylorismo, la profesora Lilian M. Gilbreth quien se concentro en las formas de promover el bienestar del trabajador. Por ese entonces ella trabajaba en un proyecto de diseñar cocinas integrales.

  18. ¿Vigencia del taylorismo? De los enunciados a la realidad

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    Anita Weiss de Belalcázar

    1998-06-01

    Full Text Available Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresarial de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El debate también conto con la presencia del profesor Guillermo Camacho Caro, consultor y conferencista de las diferentes universidades del país, quien hizo una excelente comparecencia del taylorismo, la profesora Lilian M. Gilbreth quien se concentro en las formas de promover el bienestar del trabajador. Por ese entonces ella trabajaba en un proyecto de diseñar cocinas integrales.

  19. El desarrollo del conocimiento y el manejo de las organizaciones: a propósito de la discusión sobre el taylorismo

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    Ricardo Romero Urrego

    1998-06-01

    Full Text Available Los anteriores artículos recogen las exposiciones del debate sobre la vigencia del taylorismo, realizado en el primer semestre de 1997 en mesa redonda convocada por el Departamento de Gestión empresarial, el Programa Maestría en Administración y la revista innovar. Se conto con la participación de la profesora Anita Waiss del departamento de sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, los profesores Carlos Martínez, Ricardo Romero y Bernardo Parra, del departamento de Gestión Empresarial de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El debate también conto con la presencia del profesor Guillermo Camacho Caro, consultor y conferencista de las diferentes universidades del país, quien hizo una excelente comparecencia del taylorismo, la profesora Lilian M. Gilbreth quien se concentro en las formas de promover el bienestar del trabajador. Por ese entonces ella trabajaba en un proyecto de diseñar cocinas integrales.

  20. La poética de la reescritura en Leónidas Lamborghini: significación cultural y vínculos con poéticas de la traducción “posesiva” en la poesía latinoamericana de la segunda mitad del siglo XX

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    Gerardo Jorge

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo se propone describir y conceptualizar el procedimiento de “reescritura” en el contexto de la obra del poeta argentino Leónidas Lamborghini (1927-2009, y a partir de allí reflexionar sobre los procesos de producción por la vía de la reescritura y de la traducción “creativa” en la poesía latinoamericana de la segunda mitad del siglo XX, los cuales fueron cultivados no sólo por Lamborghini, sino también por otros contemporáneos suyos como Haroldo de Campos, Augusto de Campos y Nicanor Parra. De esta manera, se busca ofrecer una entrada para reflexionar alrededor del modo de relación con la tradición que un conjunto de poéticas desarrolladas durante dicho período propusieron, y del posible significado cultural de sus operaciones.

  1. Effects of different soil types in natural Mediterranean areas on soil organic carbon (SOC)

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    Requejo Silva, Ana; Lozano García, Beatriz; Parras Alcántara, Luis

    2017-04-01

    Effects of different soil types in natural Mediterranean areas on soil organic carbon (SOC) Ana Requejo1, Beatriz Lozano-García1, Luis Parras Alcántara1 1 Department of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, Faculty of Science, Agrifood Campus of International Excellence - ceiA3, University of Córdoba, Spain. The carbon content of the atmosphere can be influenced by soils, since they can store carbon or emit large quantities of CO2. C sequestration into soils is one of the most important ecosystems services because of its role in climate regulation (IPPC, 2007). Thereof, agriculture and forestry are the only activities that can contribute to C sequestration through photosynthesis and its carbon incorporation into carbohydrates (Parras Alcántara et al., 2013). Dehesa is a multifunctional agro-sylvo-pastoral system and typical landscape of southern and central Spain and southern Portugal. It is an anthropogenic system dedicated to the combined production of black iberian pigs, a variety of foods, fuel, coal, and cork. Besides, it acts as well in the production of endangered species as wildlife habitat and as sustainable hunting areas. These dehesa areas are defined by a relationship between productivity and conservation of forest oaks, providing environmental benefits such as carbon capture and storage. The area focused in this study is the Cardeña-Montoro Nature Reserve, located within the Sierra Morena (Córdoba, South Spain). The most representative soils in Cardeña-Montoro Nature Reserve are Cambisols, Regosols, Leptosols and Fluvisols according to IUSS Working Group WRB (2006). They are characterized by a low fertility, poor physical conditions and marginal capacity for agricultural use, along with low organic matter content due to climate conditions (semiarid Mediterranean climate) and soil texture (sandy). Several studies have shown that land use affects the SOC concentration (Lozano-García et al., 2016; Khaledian et al., 2016). Based on this

  2. Selected Abstracts of the 6th International Congress of UENPS; Valencia (Spain; November 23rd-25th 2016; Session “Gut, gastroenterology and nutrition”

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    Full Text Available Selected Abstracts of the 6th International Congress of UENPS; Valencia (Spain; November 23rd-25th 2016; Session “Gut, gastroenterology and nutrition”ABS 1. MATERNAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY POSTNATAL WEIGHT LOSS IN EXCLUSIVELY BREASTFED NEONATES • C.J. Lee, T.H. Liu, J.Y. Liou, Y.C. Chen, P.N. TsaoABS 2. USE OF INSULIN ON PRETERM NEONATES: A GOOD IDEA? • D. Panjwani, G. HoldenABS 3. RISK FACTORS OF DELAYED ONSET OF LACTATION ASSOCIATED NEONATAL TO HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA • C. Kuok, T. Liu, J. Liou, Y. Chen, P. TsaoABS 4. NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICE AND POSTNATAL GROWTH OF PRETERM INFANTS • S. Heljic, S. Terzic, H. Maksic, A. HalilovicABS 5. BREAST MILK EXPRESSION AT THE NICU: EXPERIENCES OF MOTHERS EXPRESSING AT THEIR PRETERM INFANT’S BEDSIDE OR IN A BREAST MILK EXPRESSION ROOM • M. Héon, L. Bell, R. Flacking, C. CatelinABS 6. RELIABILITY OF THE OM-6050 OSMOMETER STATION TO ANALYSE THE OSMOLARITY OF FORTIFIED BREAST MILK • A. Herranz Barbero, N. Rico Santana, J. Figueras Aloy, F. Botet Mussons, M.D. Salvia RoigésABS 7. MICROBIOTA OF TERM INFANTS DELIVERED VAGINALLY VS. CESAREAN SECTION – INFLUENCE OF HOME ENVIRONMENT • A. Bartnicka, M. Gałęcka, J. MazelaABS 8. FACTORS INFLUENCING BREASTFEEDING OF PREMATURE NEWBORNS • N. Skorobogatova, D. Stoniene, J. Ribeliene, E. Meškelevičiūtė, R. Penkauskaitė, R. TamelieneABS 9. RISK FACTORS REGARDING SUCCESSFUL EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING • M. Miñambres Rodríguez, L.C. Bermúdez Barrezueta, A. Pino Vázquez, M.C. Fernández García-Abril, M. Palomares Cardador, V. MatíasABS 10. THE INFLUENCE OF MOTHER’S ATTITUDE AND MEDICAL STAFF’S ACTIONS ON THE RATES OF BREASTFEEDING OF PRETERM INFANTS • J. Ribeliene, D. Stoniene, N. Skorobogatova, E. Meškelevičiūtė, R. Penkauskaitė, R. TamelieneABS 11. DONOR HUMAN MILK OFFERS PROTECTION AGAINST LIPID OXIDATIVE STRESS IN PRETERM INFANTS < 32 WEEKS OF GESTATIONAL AGE • J. Kuligowski, A. Parra-Llorca, Á. Sánchez-Illana, M

  3. Image reconstruction from limited angle Compton camera data

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    Tomitani, T.; Hirasawa, M.

    2002-01-01

    The Compton camera is used for imaging the distributions of γ ray direction in a γ ray telescope for astrophysics and for imaging radioisotope distributions in nuclear medicine without the need for collimators. The integration of γ rays on a cone is measured with the camera, so that some sort of inversion method is needed. Parra found an analytical inversion algorithm based on spherical harmonics expansion of projection data. His algorithm is applicable to the full set of projection data. In this paper, six possible reconstruction algorithms that allow image reconstruction from projections with a finite range of scattering angles are investigated. Four algorithms have instability problems and two others are practical. However, the variance of the reconstructed image diverges in these two cases, so that window functions are introduced with which the variance becomes finite at a cost of spatial resolution. These two algorithms are compared in terms of variance. The algorithm based on the inversion of the summed back-projection is superior to the algorithm based on the inversion of the summed projection. (author)

  4. Influence of soil sampling approaches in the evaluation of soil organic carbon stocks under different land uses in a Mediterranean area

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    Francaviglia, Rosa; Doro, Luca; Ledda, Luigi; Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz

    2016-04-01

    Different approaches of soil sampling can provide significantly different estimates of soil organic carbon stocks (SOCs) (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015a). Many studies have focused on SOC distribution only in the biologically active layers of topsoil, the IPCC carbon accounting method estimates the change in SOC storage for the top 30 cm of a soil profile, and indeed limited data are available for SOCs below this depth. Moreover, SOC estimates are more uncertain in areas with heterogeneous land uses and pedoclimatic conditions such as Mediterranean environments, which are more prone to land degradation due to SOC degradation and depletion and erosive processes (Muñoz-Rojas et al., 2015). Anyhow, the open question is whether soil should be sampled following the pedogenetic horizons with soil entire soil approach (ESP), or along fixed depth increments using the soil control section method (SCS) (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2015b). In addition, SOCs are often not adjusted for the soil volume occupied by coarse fragments as recommended by the IPCC Good Practice Guidance for LULUCF (IPCC, 2003) accordingly to the equation: SOCs = SOC (g kg-1) × bulk density (Mg m-3) × depth (m) × (1 - coarse fragment) × 10. The work deals with the comparison of SOCs using the ESP and SCS approaches, applied to a study area of northeastern Sardinia (Italy) under typical agro-silvo-pastoral systems (Francaviglia et al., 2014). The area lies within a hilly basin where elevation is in the range 275-340 m a.s.l., and slope ranges from 2-6% to 16-30%. The local climate is warm temperate with dry and hot summers, mean annual rainfall is 623 mm (range 367-811mm) and mean annual temperature is 15.0° C (13.8-16.4° C). The area has the same soil type (Haplic Endoleptic Cambisols, Dystric) according to IUSS Working Group WRB (2006), and the following land uses with different levels of cropping intensification were compared: Tilled vineyards (Tv), No-tilled grassed vineyards (Ntgv), Hay crop

  5. Sedimentary gravity flows from subaerial fan-deltas in Loreto Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico

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    Navarro-Lozano, José O.; Nava-Sánchez, Enrique H.; Godínez-Orta, Lucio

    2010-05-01

    Fan-deltas from Loreto Bay show recent evidences of sedimentary gravity flows as a result from catastrophic events during hurricane rainfalls. The knowledge of hydrological characteristics of these flows is important for understanding the effects of storms on fan-deltas geomorphology in this region, as well as for the urban developing planning of the city of Loreto in order to avoid hazardous zones. The analysis of precipitation and hurricane tracks data for the period 1945 to 2009 indicates that hurricanes have caused catastrophic floods every 20 years. Stratigraphy from the channel incision shows a sequence of stream flow and debris flow controlled by changes in the competence and capacity of the stream, which are associated to the gentle slope (<2 °) of the fan-deltas. However fans from the north of the bay (Arce and Gúa) show deposits of debris flows associated to catastrophic floods, which have caused the incision channel to drift towards the southern part of the fans, while flows from Las Parras fan-delta, from the middle of the bay, are dominated by stream flows. These differences in the type of the flows are controlled by lithology, shape and size of the drainage basin, and slope of the transit zone in the feeder channel.

  6. Egg laying site selection by a host plant specialist leaf miner moth at two intra-plant levels in the northern Chilean Atacama Desert

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    José Storey-Palma

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available Egg laying site selection by a host plant specialist leaf miner moth at two intra-plant levels in the northern Chilean Atacama Desert. The spatial distribution of the immature stages of the leaf miner Angelabella tecomae Vargas & Parra, 2005 was determined at two intra-plant levels (shoot and leaflet on the shrub Tecoma fulva fulva (Cav. D. Don (Bignoniaceae in the Azapa valley, northern Chilean Atacama Desert. An aggregated spatial pattern was detected for all the immature stages along the shoot, with an age dependent relative position: eggs and first instar larvae were clumped at apex; second, third and fourth instar larvae were mostly found at intermediate positions; meanwhile the spinning larva and pupa were clumped at basis. This pattern suggests that the females select new, actively growing leaflets for egg laying. At the leaflet level, the immature stages were found more frequently at underside. Furthermore, survivorship was higher for larvae from underside mines. All these results highlight the importance of an accurate selection of egg laying site in the life history of this highly specialized leaf miner. By contrast, eventual wrong choices in the egg laying site selection may be associated with diminished larval survivorship. The importance of the continuous availability of new plant tissue in this highly human modified arid environment is discussed in relation with the observed patterns.

  7. Secado de trozos de yuca por convección natural en los valles de los ríos Cauca y Magdalena

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    Alfonso Parra Coronado

    1992-09-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se presentan los resultados obtenidos en la evaluación del potencial de secado de yuca en trozos por convección natural en los Valles de los ríos Cauca y Magdalena, utilizando la metodología desarrollada en el Departamento de Ingeniería Agrícola de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Santafé de Bogotá, D.C., por Domínguez J. y Parra A. (1982, dentro de la línea de investigación "Secado y almacenamiento de Productos Agrícolas". La metodología se basa en la técnica de simulación matemática, mediante la cual es posible predecir simultáneamente, la variación meteorológica, el proceso de secado y el proceso de deterioración del producto, con el fin de optimizar el manejo y funcionamiento de sistemas de secado solar y natural. El modelo de simulación se compone de: el modelo de secado natural desarrollado por Roa (1974, el modelo de deterioro desarrollado por Ospina (1979 y de una rutina de interpolación polinomial que permite obtener la carga máxima de yuca (Kg/m2 que se puede secar sin que se deteriore más del 15%.

  8. Representations of Eros: From Modernismo to Posmodernismo

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    Alicia Rita Rueda-Acedo

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    Full Text Available In this paper I explore eroticism as a key element in the evolution from modernismo to posmodernismo. If eroticism is a crucial component to understand the binary concept of the world and the universe present in modernist poetry, postmodernist poets distance themselves from this outlook towards a “critic system”. In order to explore this shift, I analyze the works of postmodernist poets such as Baldomero Fernández Moreno, Ramón López Velarde and Regino E. Boti, and vanguardist poet Nicanor Parra, comparing their writing to Rubén Darío’s. I emphasize the evolution from Darío’s conception of the universe where women play an integral role to Parra’s conception of the woman as a viper and how this change is related to a substantial change of the conception of poetry. I also study eroticism in the work of Alfonsina Storni, Delmira Agustini and Gabriela Mistral as an instrument to critic and review the patriarchal cannon imposed by modernism. These poets eliminate the connection between eroticism and beauty, and they claim eroticism as a differentiating tool in their feminist writing and agenda. Sex and eroticism are elements that define and differentiate modernism from postmodernism, and can be considered as a crucial turning point for this shift.

  9. Revista Panida

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    Gilberto Loaiza Cano

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    Full Text Available Panida fue la revista quincenal de arte y literatura que nació en Medellín el 15 de febrero de 1915 y aglutinó, por primera vez, a una nueva generación de intelectuales que, con algunas poses propias de las vanguardias artísticas, animó el ambiente patriarcal de la capital antioqueña. En esa revista se reunieron quienes, posteriormente, construyeron sus peculiares, y en algunos casos truncos, caminos creativos: Ricardo Rendón, León de Greiff, Teodomiro Isaza, Libardo Parra, Rafael Jaramillo, Jesús Restrepo Olarte, Eduardo Vasco, Jorge Villa, Félix Mejía, Bernardo Martínez, Fernando González, José Manuel Mora y José Gaviria. La revista reunió poetas, pintores, músicos, filósofos, que constituyeron el núcleo germinal de la generación de Los Nuevos. En sus diez números -murió el 20 de junio de 1915- logró expresar la intención de revaluar la tradición artística decimonónica y dio las puntadas iniciales de lo que sería el tímido contacto de nuestros intelectuales de comienzos de siglo con el vigoroso movimiento vanguardista.

  10. ExoHab Pilot Project & Field Tests for Moon-Mars Human Laboratories

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    Foing, Bernard

    2010-05-01

    outpost into an autonomous base. After a robotic sample return mission, a human presence will allow deeper research through well chosen geological samples. A polar lunar outpost can serve to prepare for a Mars outpost: system and crew safety aspects, use of local resources, operations on farside with limited communication to Earth, planetary protection protocol, astrobiology and life sciences. References: [1] Exploration Architecture Trade Report", ESA 2008. [2] Integrated Exploration Architecture", ESA, 2008. [3] 9th ILEWG International Conference on Exploration Utilization of the moon, 2007, sci.esa.int/ilewg [4] Schrunk et al , The Moon: Resources, Future Development and Colonization", 1999. [5] The Moon as a Platform for Astronomy and Space Science", B.H. Foing, ASR 14 (6), 1994. [6] Boche-Sauvan L., Foing B (2008) MSc/ESTEC report. Co-authors, ILEWG ExoGeoLab & ExoHab Team: B.H. Foing(1,11)*#, C. Stoker(2,11)*, P. Ehrenfreund(10,11), L. Boche-Sauvan(1,11)*, L. Wendt(8)*, C. Gross(8, 11)*, C. Thiel(9)*, S. Peters(1,6)*, A. Borst(1,6)*, J. Zavaleta(2)*, P. Sarrazin(2)*, D. Blake(2), J. Page(1,4,11), V. Pletser(5,11)*, E. Monaghan(1)*, P. Mahapatra(1)#, A. Noroozi(3), P. Giannopoulos(1,11) , A. Calzada(1,6,11), R. Walker(7), T. Zegers(1, 15) #, G. Groemer(12)# , W. Stumptner(12)#, B. Foing(2,5), J. K. Blom(3)#, A. Perrin(14)#, M. Mikolajczak(14)#, S. Chevrier(14)#, S. Direito(6)#, S. Voute (18)#, A. Olmedo-Soler(17)#, T. E. Zegers(1, 18)#, D. Scheer(12)#, K. Bickert(12)#, D. Schildhammer(12)#, B. Jantscher(1, 11, 12)#, MECA Team(6)#, ExoGeoLab ILEWG ExoHab teams(1,4,11) EuroGeoMars team(1,4,5); 1)ESTEC/SRE-S Postbus 299, 2200 AG Noordwijk, NL, 2)NASA Ames , 3)Delft TU , 4)ESTEC TEC Technology Dir., 5)ESTEC HSF Human Spaceflight, 6)VU Amsterdam, 7)ESTEC Education Office, 8)FU Berlin, 9)Max Planck Goettingen, 10)Leiden/GWU , 11)ILEWG ExoHab Team, 12)Austrian Space Forum (OEWF Innsbruck); 14) Ecole de l'Air, Salons de Provence, 15) Utrecht U., 16) MECA Team, 17) Olmedo

  11. Commercial Digital Camera to Estimate Postharvest Leaf Area Index in Vitis vinifera L. cv. Cabernet Sauvignon on a Vertical Trellis Uso de una Cámara Digital Comercial para Estimar el Índice de Área Foliar en Vitis vinifera L. cv. Cabernet Sauvignon en Poscosecha Conducida en Espaldera Vertical

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    Miguel Espinosa L.

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    Full Text Available The leaf area index (LAI of a vineyard (Vitis vinifera L. cv. Cabernet Sauvignon located in the commune of Cauquenes, Maule Region in Chile, was estimated from digital images obtained with a commercial camera using two indirect methods: Leaf Area Gap and Brightness (LAGB and -Photogrammetric Leaf Area Quantification System (PLAQS. The latter requires deleafing of the grapevine. In a normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI map, three points of vine vigor were selected: high, medium, and low for which horizontal and vertical images were obtained. Images were filtered with the Arc View GIS 3.1 program to provide only leaf images and corresponding pixel numbers. Image area and square meters per linear meter were calculated. The best models were selected from  three linear regression adjustments: i LAI of LAGB vertical images of with LAI of PLAQS, ii LAI of PLAQS horizontal images with and, iii LAI of both types of images with PLAQS. The parameters in all models were significant. Adjustment between the LAGB and PLAQS vertical images provides greater simplicity and easy calculation since it requires only a vertical image to estimate LAI. Images thus obtained can accurately estimate LAI in this type of cultivar.En un viñedo (Vitis vinifera L. cv. Cabernet Sauvignon ubicado en la comuna de Cauquenes, Región del Maule, se estimó el índice de área foliar (LAI mediante imagen digital obtenida de una cámara fotográfica comercial, a partir de dos métodos indirectos: Espacio y Brillo Área Foliar (LAGB y Sistema Cuantificador de Área Foliar por Fotogrametría (PLAQS. Este último, requiere el deshoje de la parra. En un mapa de índice vegetativo diferencial normalizado (NDVI, se seleccionaron tres puntos de vigor de las vides: alto, medio y bajo, en cada uno de los cuales se obtuvo una imagen horizontal y vertical. Las imágenes se filtraron con el programa Arc View GIS 3.1, dejando sólo las hojas y el número de píxeles correspondientes. Se

  12. Conservation tillage versus conventional tillage on carbon stock in a Mediterranean dehesa (southern Spain)

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz

    2014-05-01

    determined were: soil particle size, bulk density, SOC, TN, C:N ratio, stocks and SR. The statistical significance of the differences in the variables between management practices was tested using the Anderson-Darling test at each horizon or a combination of horizons for each soil type. RESULTS The SOC-S was greater in CM (75.64 Mg ha-1) than in LP (44.01 Mg ha-1). SOC-S was very similar in OF and CT (CM [74.90 Mg ha-1-CT; 76.39 Mg ha-1-OF] and LP [44.77 Mg ha-1-CT; 43.25 Mg ha-1-OF]). Data analysis showed that management practices had little effect on SOC storage. Significant differences between soil types and management practices were found in SOC content for different horizons. The SR index was >2 in both soils types (CM and LP) and management systems (OF and CT). These results indicate that the soil is of high quality and that management practices have little influence on SOC-S (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2014) and do not affect SOC storage. REFERENCES Parras-Alcántara, L., Díaz-Jaimes, L., Lozano-García, B., Fernández Rebollo, P., Moreno Elcure, F., Carbonero Muñoz, M.D. 2014. Organic farming has little effect on carbon stock in a Mediterranean dehesa (southern Spain). Catena, 113: 9-17.

  13. Land use and land management effects on soil organic carbon stock in Mediterranean agricultural areas (Southern Spain)

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    Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz

    2014-05-01

    Anderson-Darling test at each horizon or a combination of horizons for each soil type. RESULTS The LUC had a negative impact in the soil, reducing the SOC and TN stocks. The conversion from AC to V and OG involved the loss of the SOC stock (52.7% and 64.9% to V and OG respectively) and the loss of the TN stock (42.6% and 38.1% to V and OG respectively). The reduction of SOC by LUC, can be explained by a degraded process (due to vegetation losses and unsustainable soil management, which result in progressive impoverishment in the soil organic matter (OM) content, causing low productivity, which derived in unsuitable chemical properties) and by the reduced input of OM in cultivated soils, which reduced physical protection of soil and increased water erosion. However, 46 years of LUC had a positive effect in the soil, increasing the SR (in V and OG) of SOC, TN and C:N ratio (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2013). REFERENCES Parras-Alcántara, L., Martín-Carrillo, M., Lozano-García, B. 2013. Impacts of land use change in soil carbon and nitrogen in a Mediterranean agricultural area (Southern Spain). Solid Earth, 4: 167-177.

  14. Insectos del intermareal de Concepción, Chile: perspectivas para la investigación ecológica Intertidal insects from Concepción, Chile: perspectives for ecological research

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    PATRICIO A CAMUS

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available Los insectos son un grupo virtualmente ignorado en los estudios ecológicos de ambientes marinos litorales en Chile. Aunque se reconocen como degradadores de restos orgánicos, otros datos sugieren una participación más activa en procesos comunitarios, pero la información disponible es escasa. Con objeto de determinar los taxa de insectos presentes en el litoral de Concepción, sur de Chile (ca. 36°40' S, y su importancia ecológica potencial en el sistema, realizamos un estudio exploratorio en cuatro localidades: Caleta Tumbes, Cocholgüe, área norte de la desembocadura del río Bío-Bío y Punta de Parra. En cada localidad evaluamos la diversidad de insectos en la zona intermareal baja, media y alta, registrando el hábitat o tipo de substrato al que se encontraban asociados. Detectamos 24 taxa de insectos distribuidos en cuatro órdenes y 18 familias, incluyendo especies nativas e introducidas, parte de ellas ocasionales o casuales. La diversidad fue mayor en la zona intermareal media, particularmente en el intermareal rocoso donde hay mayor abundancia de algas. Además detectamos asociaciones recurrentes entre insectos y las especies de algas intermareales más comunes (in situ o varadas, vivas o en descomposición, usadas aparentemente como alimento o hábitat, sugiriendo un papel fundamental en el reciclamiento e intercambio de nutrientes entre el intermareal y el submareal. Algunos insectos depredadores terrestres parecen aprovechar los parches de insectos sobre algas para forrajeo, generando interacciones laterales con el intermareal. Discutimos la posible membrecía comunitaria de los insectos y las perspectivas de investigación sugeridas por este estudioInsects are virtually ignored in ecological studies of littoral marine environments in Chile. Although they are known to feed on decaying organic matter, recent data suggest a more active role in community processes, but the available information is extremely scarce. With the aim

  15. Estudio filogenético de los géneros de Lithinini de Sudamérica Austral (Lepidoptera, Geometridae: una nueva clasificación Phylogenetic study of the genera of Lithinini (Lepidoptera, Geometridae from southern South America: a new classification

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    Luis E. Parra

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Estudio filogenético de los géneros de Lithinini de Sudamérica Austral (Lepidoptera, Geometridae: una nueva clasificación. Se evalúa la taxonomía de la tribu Lithinini de Sudamérica Austral sobre la base de un análisis filogenético. Para el análisis se utilizó a Catophoenissa como grupo externo. Se usaron dos aproximaciones filogenéticas para evaluar las relaciones de parentesco: 1 criterio de parsimonia; e 2 inferencia bayesiana. El análisis de parsimonia se realizó a través del programa PAUP y el análisis bayesiano con cadenas de Markov y Monte Carlo a través del programa BayesPhylogenies. Los resultados generados a partir de la hipótesis filogenética permiten proponer una nueva taxonomía para los Lithinini de Sudamérica Austral. Los géneros validos son: Asestra Warren, Acauro Rindge, Calta Rindge, Euclidiodes Warren, Franciscoia Orfila y Schajovskoy, Incalvertia Bartlett-Calvert, Lacaria Orfila y Schajovskoy, Laneco Rindge, Maeandrogonaria Butler, Martindoelloia Orfila y Schajovskoy, Nucara Rindge, Odontothera Butler, Proteopharmacis Warren, Psilaspilates Butler, Rhinoligia Warren, Tanagridia Butler. Los principales cambios respecto de ordenamientos taxonómicos previos son: 1 Yalpa Rindge, es tratado como sinónimo junior de Odontothera. 2 El género Rhinoligia Warren es incorporado a los Lithinini; 3 Se reafirma que Siopla Rindge es sinónimo junior de Asestra, Yapoma Rindge y Duraglia Rindge son sinónimos de Euclidiodes Warren, mientras que Callemo Rindge y Guara Rindge son sinónimos de Tanagridia; 4 Los géneros Calta Rindge, Incalvertia Rindge, Odontothera Butler y Proteopharmacis Warren, sinonimizados por Pitkin, son redefinidos, revalidados e incorporados a la tribu Lithinini. Se describe una nueva especie para el género Franciscoia, F. ediliae Parra. Se incluye un catálogo con los géneros y especies de la tribu de la región, más las figuras de los adultos y genitalias de las principales especies.In this

  16. Estudio de procesos geomorfodinámicos en campos cultivados de viñedos sobre laderas en pendientes en el valle del Ruwer (Alemania

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    Jesús Rodrigo Comino

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo pretende examinar la respuesta erosiva del suelo en áreas cultivadas de viñe-dos sobre laderas en pendientes elevadas en el Valle del Ruwer (Alemania a través de diferentes técnicas. Los experimentos se desarrollan entre los meses de septiembre y diciembre durante di-ferentes épocas de manejo del suelo: antes, durante y después de la vendimia. En primer lugar, se realiza un análisis de la variación geométrica de tres rills para cuantificar su expansión lateral (de 7 a 13 cm y vertical (1 a 4 cm. El movimiento del suelo confirma una elevada variabilidad en los procesos hidro-geomorfológicos de la ladera. A continuación, a través del cálculo del coeficiente teórico de escorrentía a partir del número de curva y lluvias simuladas en diferentes épocas del año, se observan unas elevadas tasas de infiltración, aunque con resultados muy diferentes entre técnicas. Por último, con el cálculo de la RUSLE (Revised Universal Soil Loss Ecuation y el aná-lisis de las marcas botánicas en los tocones de las parras, se calcula el impacto negativo de la ero-sión con el manejo agrícola del ser humano sobre los suelos de los viñedos. Con ambos métodos, se han obtenido 11.28 t ha-1 y 3.4 t ha-1 año de pérdida de suelo, respectivamente.

  17. 1875 Los Estados de la costa y el conflicto político con Santiago Pérez

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    Dayana Angélica Rueda Cáceres

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Durante el periodo federal colombiano, a los Estados Soberanos de Panamá, Bolívar y Magdalena, se les identificó como Estados costeños, Estados del Norte o Estados del Atlántico. Panamá mantuvo fuertes vínculos con los demás Estados costeños auxiliándolos con material bélico, hombres y dinero en caso que fue necesario en las destinas contiendas ocurridas durante el periodo de 1855 - 1885. En el presente artículo se intenta a través de los acontecimientos políticos y bélicos de 1875, señalar, la participación de las Fuerzas del Estado soberano de Panamá en esta contienda y la relación u alianza político militar que mantuvieron los denominados Estados costeños.2 Dado que 1875 es un año bastante agitado, nos centraremos en el descontento de los Estados de la Costa con el Presidente de la Unión, Santiago Pérez, quien, según los primeros, buscaba favorecer tanto en campaña como en las urnas, la candidatura de Aquileo Parra como su sucesor frente a la emblemática figura del recién llegado al país Rafael Núñez, después de 10 años de ausencia.

  18. Análisis espacial. Relación urbana entre las reducciones franciscanas y las jesuitas en la región guaranítica.

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    Dra. Arq. Ángela Sánchez Negrete

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available El término «reducciones» en América define las concentraciones de la población indígena en pueblos de indios para facilitar la evangelización, controlar su producción y permitir el control fiscal mediante una política de concentración indígena. Se generaliza como experiencia a partir de 1540 ante los abusos producidos por los encomenderos sin respetar etnias, culturas o territorios. Los franciscanos, desde 1524, se distribuyeron por todo el continente americano bajando desde el Virreinato de Nueva España, y los jesuitas se incorporaron a esta tarea en 1572. Hipótesis: los objetivos misionales de los jesuitas implicaban una decidida defensa de los derechos de las comunidades indígenas y por ende se alejaban del modelo establecido por el Consejo de Indias para las reducciones. Se presenta el análisis comparativo de las condicionantes externas e internas de los asentamientos franciscanos con los jesuíticos en la misma región, según crónica de Parras:1750, para determinar el grado de regularidad en los fenómenos de localización y en las particularidades más notorias sobre la ordenación de los asentamientos. Este análisis ha permitido corroborar la existencia de un modelo jesuítico propio, de raíz común al franciscano que, al margen de mínimas diferencias, se mantuvo en los treinta pueblos.

  19. Estimación de la biomasa foliar seca de Lippia graveolens Kunth del sureste de Coahuila

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    Eulalia Edith Villavicencio Gutiérrez

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    Full Text Available El orégano es un recurso forestal no maderable de importancia comercial, considerado como una especie aromática y culinaria que se aprovecha en las zonas semiáridas de Coahuila, con una producción mayor a 700 t anuales, y representa para el sector rural una opción productiva. Con el propósito de cuantificar el recurso y contribuir a regular su aprovechamiento, se determinaron las relaciones alométricas de individuos de orégano recolectados en 20 poblaciones naturales distribuidas en los municipios General Cepeda, Parras de la Fuente y Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, para seleccionar un modelo que estime la biomasa foliar seca (Bfs de la planta. A partir de un muestreo destructivo, se analizaron 706 plantas, de las cuales se obtuvo su altura total (At, diámetro mayor arbustivo (DM y diámetro menor arbustivo (Dm, diámetro promedio (Dp de la copa y biomasa foliar seca (Bfs. Con la prueba de correlación de Pearson se eligieron las variables más relacionadas con la Bfs , las cuales se emplearon para ajustar 10 modelos de regresión mediante el procedimiento PROC MODEL. El modelo seleccionado fue el de Schumacher-Hall Bfs 0.00599(Dp1.935454(At0.256803por registrar valores superiores de R2aju (0.80 y el menor valor en la raíz del cuadrado medio del error (RCME, 0.304, considerando la significancia de sus parámetros (p≤ 0.0001, a partir de este se elaboró una tabla de doble entrada que estima la Bfs de las plantas.

  20. El mundo del libro: [enero a diciembre] de 1980

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    Agustín Rodríguez Garavito

    1980-06-01

    Full Text Available El documento presenta las siguientes reseñas de libros: -GUANO MALDITO-Por Joaquín Aguirre-Colección Andina-Bogotá-Ediciones Tercer Mundo-La Paz-Bogotá, Colombia. -El letrado español José María Alfaro y Polanco -FANTASMAS DE DOS MUNDOS-Por Arturo Uslar Pietri--Seix-Barral S. A. Barcelona- Caracas-México-Enero 1977-Avenida José Antonio-Madrid. -HOMENAJE A FERNANDO ANTONIO MARTÍNEZ-Estudios de Lingüística, filología, literatura e historia general-Publicaciones del Instituto Caro y Cuervo. LXVIII-Bogotá, 1979. -PROSAS-Por Jaime Barrera Parra- Empresa Colombiana de Petróleos - ECOPETROL - Editorial Andes, Bogotá. 1.347 páginas. -POESÍA-Por Rodolfo Moleiro -TENSO EN LA SOMBRA-Instituto de Cultura y Bellas Artes-Caracas, Venezuela. -REGRESO DEL VIENTO-Cuentos-Por Humberto Jaramillo Angel-Editorial Quin-Gráficas-Armenia, Colombia. -La poesía de Rafael Amaya -LA ÚLTIMA NOTICIA-Novela por Humberto Tafur Charry. -EL TRIUNFO DE LA MUERTE- Relatos-Por Gloria Nieto de Arias-Ediciones Tercer Mundo-Bogotá, Colombia. -COLOMBIA Y VENEZUELA-Integración-Por Manuel Roca Castellanos. -LOS ESPEJOS DEL TIEMPO-Por Eduardo Santa-Ediciones Príncipe-Bogotá, Colombia. -LOS OJOS DE LOS ENTERRADOS-Por Miguel Angel Asturias-Editorial Losada-Buenos Aires, Argentina. -APROXIMACIÓN A SIMÓN BOLÍVAR-Tema.

  1. Soil mapping and process modeling for sustainable land use management: a brief historical review

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    Brevik, Eric C.; Pereira, Paulo; Muñoz-Rojas, Miriam; Miller, Bradley A.; Cerdà, Artemi; Parras-Alcántara, Luis; Lozano-García, Beatriz

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    Basic soil management goes back to the earliest days of agricultural practices, approximately 9,000 BCE. Through time humans developed soil management techniques of ever increasing complexity, including plows, contour tillage, terracing, and irrigation. Spatial soil patterns were being recognized as early as 3,000 BCE, but the first soil maps didn't appear until the 1700s and the first soil models finally arrived in the 1880s (Brevik et al., in press). The beginning of the 20th century saw an increase in standardization in many soil science methods and wide-spread soil mapping in many parts of the world, particularly in developed countries. However, the classification systems used, mapping scale, and national coverage varied considerably from country to country. Major advances were made in pedologic modeling starting in the 1940s, and in erosion modeling starting in the 1950s. In the 1970s and 1980s advances in computing power, remote and proximal sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), and statistics and spatial statistics among other numerical techniques significantly enhanced our ability to map and model soils (Brevik et al., 2016). These types of advances positioned soil science to make meaningful contributions to sustainable land use management as we moved into the 21st century. References Brevik, E., Pereira, P., Muñoz-Rojas, M., Miller, B., Cerda, A., Parras-Alcantara, L., Lozano-Garcia, B. Historical perspectives on soil mapping and process modelling for sustainable land use management. In: Pereira, P., Brevik, E., Muñoz-Rojas, M., Miller, B. (eds) Soil mapping and process modelling for sustainable land use management (In press). Brevik, E., Calzolari, C., Miller, B., Pereira, P., Kabala, C., Baumgarten, A., Jordán, A. 2016. Historical perspectives and future needs in soil mapping, classification and pedological modelling, Geoderma, 264, Part B, 256-274.

  2. The historical sponges Collection in the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN.CSIC: 1771–1939

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    J. I. Sánchez-Almazán

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available A study of the collection of historical sponges of the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales is presented. This collection contains material from three different periods of the institution: the era of the Royal Cabinet of Natural History (1771–1815, the late XIX and the first third of XX century, under the direction of Ignacio Bolívar. There are over 800 specimens (143 species of which 61 (26 species come from the first period: 41 directly from Pedro Franco Dávila Collection or the years when Dávila was director of the Royal Cabinet (1771–1786, 13 from Antonio Parra Collection, six from Rojas Clemente and one from the Malaspina Expedition (1789–1794. The Museum preserves 350 pieces, mostly microscopic slides (over 40 species, from the late nineteenth century. Finally, more than 400 (120 species entered along the period of Ignacio Bolívar as director of the Museum (1901–1939. This work has a threefold objective: 1. To continue the study of the material from the Royal Cabinet, which was commenced during 2003–2007. 2. To present the results of the recovery of more than 400 microscopic slides from late nineteenth and the beginning of XX, a work that commenced in 2014, together with a review of the rest of the material of this period. 3. To investigate the work of Francisco Ferrer Hernández, who highlighted during Bolívar period. Ferrer identified more of 280 specimens and described a dozen of new species.

  3. Long-term citrus organic farming strategy results in soil organic matter recovery

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    Novara, Agata; Pereira, Paulo; Barone, Ettore; Giménez Morera, Antonio; Keesstra, Saskia; Gristina, Luciano; Jordán, Antonio; Parras-Alcantara, Luis; Cerdà, Artemi

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    ABSTRACT Soils play a key role in the Earth System (Keesstra et al., 2012; Brevick et al., 2015). Soils are a key resource for the human societies (Mol and Keesstra, 2012) and they are relevant to achieve the sustainability such as the United Nations Goals highlight (Keesstra et al., 2016). Agriculture soils, especially those under conventional tillage, are prone to organic matter mineralization, soil erosion, compaction and increase of greenhouse gases emission (Novara et al., 2011; Bruun et al., 2015; de Moraes et al., 2015; Choudhury et al., 2016; del Mar et al., 2016). The adoption of organic farming and sustainable management practices may provide a sustainable crop productivity, and in the meanwhile mitigate the negative impact of agriculture on ecosystem services benefits (Laudicina et al., 2015; Parras-Alcantara et al., 2015; 2016). The aim of this study was to examine, under field conditions, the long-term changes of soil organic matter under organic farming management in citrus orchards in Mediterranean environment and evaluate the ecosystem service on C sequestration in terms of economic benefits. The research was carried out at the Alcoleja Experimental Station located in the Cànyoles river watershed in the Eastern Spain on 45year old citrus plantation. Soil Organic Matter (SOM) content was monitored for 20 years at 6 different soil depth. The profitability of citrus plantation was estimated under conventional and organic management. Results showed that SOM in the 0-30 cm soil depth was the double after 20 years of organic farming management, ranging from 0.8 g kg-1 in 1995 to 1.5 g kg-1 in 2006. The highest SOM increase was in the top soil layer (368% of SOM increase in comparison to the initial SOM content) and decreased with soil depth. The effect of organic farming was relevant after 5 years since land management change, indicating that in Mediterranean environment the duration of long term studies should be higher than five years and proper policy

  4. EXPOSICIÓN TEMPORAL. ALGUNOS DE LOS PRIMEROS LIBROS MÉDICOS ESCRITOS POR COLOMBIANOS ENTRE 1820-1920.

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    Hugo Armando Sotomayor Tribin

    2015-12-01

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    Sexta muestra de la serie “Objetos del trimestre”, que busca mostrar diferentes objetos, fotografías, libros, y documentos del Museo de Historia de la Medicina de la Academia.

    INTRODUCCIÓN

    En la Nueva Granada de principios del siglo XIX solo existía una facultad o escuela de medicina, la del Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, en Bogotá. A partir de 1828 ya existían, en lo que hoy es Colombia, la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad Central, la escuela de Medicina del Magdalena y el Istmo asentada en Cartagena, y sobrevivían las cátedras de medicina del Rosario y San Bartolomé, con sede en Bogotá; en 1864 se abrió en Bogotá la primera Escuela de Medicina, privada; en esa década de los sesenta del siglo XIX el Estado Soberano del Cauca reanudó y cerró los estudios de medicina en el Colegio del Estado, el Estado Soberano de Boyacá activó en 1869 en el Colegio de Boyacá la cátedra de medicina, de vida breve. A finales del siglo XIX solo existían las facultades de medicina de las universidades Nacional, de Antioquia y de Cartagena, y en 1920 el país seguía teniendo esas tres facultades de medicina en funcionamiento.

    Aunque se logró tener conocimiento de catorce libros, solo se exhiben 10 (uno por autor, a excepción de Nicolás Osorio y Ricaurte con dos, ambos exhibidos, y Luis Cuervo Márquez con dos, solo uno exhibido, con la ausencia de las obras de los autores Ricardo de La Parra, Juan de Dios Tavera Barriga y Gabriel D. Ujueta y el libro de Luis Cuervo Márquez titulado: La fiebre amarilla en el interior de Colombia.

    Sobre el total de los 14 libros, diez están exhibidos y de ellos, tres fueron publicados en lo que iba hasta ese momento del siglo XX: Manual de Higiene y Medicina Infantil, de Barberi; Contribución al estudio de la lepra en Colombia, de Montoya y Flórez, y Geografía Médica y patológica de Colom- bia: contribución al

  5. Frailty in community-dwelling older adults: association with adverse outcomes

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    Sánchez-García S

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    Full Text Available Sergio Sánchez-García,1 Carmen García-Peña,2 Antoni Salvà,3 Rosalinda Sánchez-Arenas,1 Víctor Granados-García,1 Juan Cuadros-Moreno,4 Laura Bárbara Velázquez-Olmedo,5 Ángel Cárdenas-Bahena1 1Epidemiology and Health Services Research Unit, Aging Area, Centro Médico Nacional Siglo XXI, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, 2Research Department, Instituto Nacional de Geriatría, Institutos Nacionales de Salud de México, Secretaría de Salud, 3Health and Ageing Foundation, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, España, 4Coordination of Health Education, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, 5Department of Public Health and Oral Epidemiology, Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ciudad de México, México Background: The study of frailty is important to identify the additional needs of medical long-term care and prevent adverse outcomes in community dwelling older adults. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of frailty and its association with adverse outcomes in community dwelling older adults.Methods: A cross-sectional study was carried out from April to September 2014. The population sample was 1,252 older adults (≥60 years who were beneficiaries of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS in Mexico City. Data were derived from the database of the “Cohort of Obesity, Sarcopenia and Frailty of Older Mexican Adults” (COSFOMA. Operationalization of the phenotype of frailty was performed using the criteria of Fried et al (weight loss, self-report of exhaustion, low physical activity, slow gait, and weakness. Adverse outcomes studied were limitation in basic activities of daily living (ADLs, falls and admission to emergency services in the previous year, and low quality of life (WHOQOL-OLD.Results: Frailty was identified in 20.6% (n=258, pre-frailty in 57.6% (n=721, and not frail in 21.8% (n=273. The association between frailty and limitations in ADL was odds ratio (OR =2.3 (95

  6. Bozepinib, a novel small antitumor agent, induces PKR-mediated apoptosis and synergizes with IFNα triggering apoptosis, autophagy and senescence

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    Marchal JA

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    Full Text Available Juan Antonio Marchal,1,2 Esther Carrasco,1 Alberto Ramirez,1,3 Gema Jiménez,1,2 Carmen Olmedo,4 Macarena Peran,1,3 Ahmad Agil,5 Ana Conejo-García,6 Olga Cruz-López,6 Joaquin María Campos,6 María Ángel García4,7 1Biopathology and Regenerative Medicine Institute, Centre for Biomedical Research, 2Department of Human Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Granada, Granada, 3Department of Health Sciences, University of Jaén, Jaén, 4Experimental Surgery Research Unit, Virgen de las Nieves University Hospital, Granada, 5Department of Pharmacology and Neurosciences Institute, Faculty of Medicine, 6Department of Pharmaceutical and Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Granada, Granada, 7Department of Oncology, Virgen de las Nieves University Hospital, Granada, Spain Abstract: Bozepinib [(RS-2,6-dichloro-9-[1-(p-nitrobenzenesulfonyl-1,2,3,5-tetrahydro-4,1- benzoxazepin-3-yl]-9H-purine] is a potent antitumor compound that is able to induce apoptosis in breast cancer cells. In the present study, we show that bozepinib also has antitumor activity in colon cancer cells, showing 50% inhibitory concentration (IC50 values lower than those described for breast cancer cells and suggesting great potential of this synthetic drug in the treatment of cancer. We identified that the double-stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase (PKR is a target of bozepinib, being upregulated and activated by the drug. However, p53 was not affected by bozepinib, and was not necessary for induction of apoptosis in either breast or colon cancer cells. In addition, the efficacy of bozepinib was improved when combined with the interferon-alpha (IFNα cytokine, which enhanced bozepinib-induced apoptosis with involvement of protein kinase PKR. Moreover, we report here, for the first time, that in combined therapy, IFNα induces a clear process of autophagosome formation, and prior treatment with chloroquine, an autophagy inhibitor, is able to

  7. Soil erosion and degradation in Mediterranean Type Ecosystems. The Soil Erosion and Degradation Research Group (SEDER) approach and findings

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    Cerdà, Artemi; Keesstra, Saskia; Pulido, Manuel; Jordán, Antonio; Novara, Agata; Giménez-Morera, Antonio; Borja, Manuel Esteban Lucas; Francisco Martínez-Murillo, Juan; Rodrigo-Comino, Jesús; Pereira, Paulo; Nadal-Romero, Estela; Taguas, Tani; Úbeda, Xavier; Brevik, Eric C.; Tarolli, Paolo; Bagarello, Vicenzo; Parras Alcantara, Luis; Muñoz-Rojas, Miriam; Oliva, Marc; di Prima, Simone

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    .1016/j.earscirev.2014.07.005 Bodí, M. B., Martin, D. A., Balfour, V. N., Santín, C., Doerr, S. H., Pereira, P., . . . Mataix-Solera, J. (2014). Wildland fire ash: Production, composition and eco-hydro-geomorphic effects. Earth-Science Reviews, 130, 103-127. doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2013.12.007 Cerdà, A., González-Pelayo, O., Giménez-Morera, A., Jordán, A., Pereira, P., Novara, A., . . . Ritsema, C. J. (2016). Use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in eastern spain under low frequency-high magnitude simulated rainfall events. Soil Research, 54(2), 154-165. doi:10.1071/SR15092 Cerdà, A., Lavee, H., Romero-Díaz, A., Hooke, J., & Montanarella, L. (2010). Preface: Soil erosion and degradation in mediterranean type ecosystems. Land Degradation and Development, 21(2), 71-74. doi:10.1002/ldr.968 Dlapa, P., Bodí, M. B., Mataix-Solera, J., Cerdà, A., & Doerr, S. H. (2015). Organic matter and wettability characteristics of wildfire ash from mediterranean conifer forests. Catena, 135, 369-376. doi:10.1016/j.catena.2014.06.018 Keesstra, S., Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E. C., Azorin-Molina, C., Parras-Alcántara, L., . . . Cerdà, A. (2016). Effects of soil management techniques on soil water erosion in apricot orchards. Science of the Total Environment, 551-552, 357-366. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.01.182 Lucas-Borja, M. E., Hedo, J., Cerdá, A., Candel-Pérez, D., & Viñegla, B. (2016). Unravelling the importance of forest age stand and forest structure driving microbiological soil properties, enzymatic activities and soil nutrients content in mediterranean spanish black pine(pinus nigra ar. ssp. salzmannii) forest. Science of the Total Environment, 562, 145-154. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.03.160 Novara, A., Cerdà, A., Carmelo, D., Giuseppe, L. P., Antonino, S., & Luciano, G. (2015). Effectiveness of carbon isotopic signature for estimating soil erosion and deposition rates in sicilian vineyards. Soil and

  8. Evaluación de las competencias clínicas en estudiantes de enfermería

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    Dora Inés Parra

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    Full Text Available Introducción:Los nuevos modelos apuntan a incluir la autoevaluación como un método que permite a los estudiantes conocer sus progresos y reflexionar en torno a su rendimiento. El objetivo fue evaluar el nivel de cumplimiento y el alcance de las competencias de la asignatura “Cuidado de familia, gestante y recién nacido”. Materiales y Métodos: Estudio de corte transversal, en 41 estudiantes. Se diseñó un instrumento con 19 competencias. Los estudiantes expresaban si las habían alcanzado y en qué nivel, en una escala de 1 a 5. Las notas obtenidas en las rotaciones fueron correlacionadas. Resultados: La competencia Aplica el proceso de enfermería en situaciones de bienestar y riesgo durante el puerperio a la mujer y familia en etapa de crianza, fue alcanzada en 100%, con un nivel de cumplimiento de 3,65 (0,44.  La rotación de Alto Riesgo Obstétrico obtuvo un  nivel de cumplimiento de 3,82 (IC 95%: 3,63-4,01. No hubo diferencias entre rotaciones (p=0,416 ni en los niveles de cumplimiento (p=0,3180.  La correlación de Spearman entre el nivel de cumplimiento del estudiante y las notas otorgadas por el docente fue baja en sala de partos y muy baja alto riesgo obstétrico y puerperio, sin significancia estadística. Discusión: Los resultados de este estudio son una aproximanción de cómo los estudiantes están percibiendo el logro de las competencias y una forma de retroalimentar el proceso de formación. Otros estudios también concuerdan en la importancia del punto de vista del estudiante en el alcance de competencias.  Conclusiones: El cumplimiento de las competencias en Proceso de Enfermería para el IV nivel es superior a 3,7. Cómo citar este artículo: Parra DI, Tiga DC, Domínguez CC, Navas J. Evaluación de las competencias clínicas en estudiantes de enfermería. Rev Cuid. 2016; 7(2: 1271-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.v7i2.322

  9. Changes in iron levels, total iron binding capacity, transferrin saturation in race horses, before and after of physical exercise

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    Gláucia Abramovitc

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT. Abramovitc G., Parra A.C. & Fernandes W.R. [Changes in iron levels, total iron binding capacity, transferrin saturation in race horses, before and after of physical exercise]. Variação de níveis séricos de ferro, da capacidade total de ligação do ferro e da saturação da transferrina em equinos de corrida, antes e após exercício físico. Revista Brasileira de Medicina Veterinária, 36(3:289-293, 2014. Departamento de Clínica Médica, Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, Universidade de São Paulo, Rua Prof. Dr. Orlando Marques de Paiva 87, Cidade Universitária, Butantã, São Paulo, SP 05508-270, Brasil. Email: wilsonrf@usp.br The preparation of the horse for physical activities in competition is directly related to important factors such as nutrition, muscle adaptation and blood profile, related to the concentration of serum iron, total capacity total iron binding capacity (TIBC and saturation of transferrin. This study aimed to evaluate the influence of exercise in iron levels, the total iron and transferrin saturation in race horses. One hundred and eleven samples of blood serum were collected from Thoroughbred horses, from the Jockey Club of São Paulo, aged between 3 and 4 years old, male and female, clinically healthy, practitioners turf competition, in sand or grass. The samples were obtained before exercise (control time and 30 minutes after exercise (post exercise. These animals were submitted to gallop training, of high intensity and short duration for this research. As a result, it was observed that the serum concentration of iron (Fe showed a statistically significant lowering post-exercise, due to organic re-balance of iron, while TIBC (total iron binding capacity showed a clear and significant increase in their serum levels due to increased needs of iron during and after exercise. The percentage of transferrin saturation in serum was shown to be lower post-exercise, probably due to the recruitment of

  10. The influence of freeze drying and ϒ-irradiation in pre-clinical studies of flurbiprofen polymeric nanoparticles for ocular delivery using D-(+-trehalose and polyethylene glycol

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    Full Text Available Gladys Rosario Ramos Yacasi, María Luisa García López, Marta Espina García, Alexander Parra Coca, Ana Cristina Calpena Campmany Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology and Physical Chemistry, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain Abstract: This study investigated the suspension of poly(ε-caprolactone nanoparticles as an ocular delivery system for flurbiprofen (FB-PεCL-NPs in order to overcome the associated problems, such as stability, sterility, tolerance, and efficacy, with two different FB-PεCL-NP formulations. The formulations were stabilized with poloxamer 188 (1.66% and 3.5% and submitted individually for freeze-drying and γ-irradiation with polyethylene glycol 3350 (PEG3350 and d-(+-trehalose (TRE. Both formulations satisfied criteria according to all physicochemical parameters required for ocular pharmaceuticals. The FB-PεCL-NP formulations showed non-Newtonian behavior and sustained drug release. Ex vivo permeation analysis using isolated ocular pig tissues suggested that the presence of PEG3350 results in a reduction of FB transcorneal permeation. Moreover, TRE improved the penetration of FB across the cornea, especially after γ-irradiation. In addition, both formulations did not show a significant affinity in increasing FB transscleral permeation. Both formulations were classified as nonirritating, safe products for ophthalmic administration according to hen’s egg test-chorioallantoic membrane and Draize eye test. Furthermore, an in vivo anti-inflammatory efficacy test showed that irradiated FB-PεCL-NPs prepared with PEG3350 (IR-NPsPEG have longer anti-inflammatory effects than those presented with irradiated FB-PεCL-NPs prepared with TRE (IR-NPsTRE. IR-NPsPEG showed a suitable physical stability after an aqueous reconstitution over .30 days. This study concludes that both formulations meet the Goldman’s criteria and demonstrate how irradiated nanoparticles, with innovative permeation characteristics

  11. Sociólogos o “sociólogos”: la polémica de 1959.

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    ORLANDO FALS BORDA, ÓSCAR DELGADO, RODR Varón

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    Full Text Available Cuando el 10 de Diciembre de 1982, Salvador Camacho Roldán, al pronunciar el discurso de clausura de las actividades académicas de la Universidad Nacional, tomó como asunto la propuesta de una nueva cátedra, una sobre una novísima disciplina (tal como se le veía en ese momento: la Sociología, a la vez, inauguró un debate de largo alcance que llega a nuestros días. En aquel momento, dos de los participantes, Nicolás Tanco Armero y Rafael Núñez, presidente de la República, sustentaron con minuciosidad sus argumentos y, al hacerlo, ofrecieron sendas muestras del nivel cultural del momento, de la sintonía en la que se hallaban, en contraste con lo que en otras latitudes se discutía, así como con corrientes percibidas como universales. El valor documental de las piezas de ese debate inaugural ha hecho que se las reedite de cuando en cuando; incluso, el propio Departamento de Sociología lo ha realizado en dos ocasiones. Menos conocido es el debate que se produjera en un suplemento literario de circulación nacional, con motivo de la inauguración de la enseñanza de la sociología en 1959, que, visto de manera retrospectiva, guarda más de una analogía con el debate inicial. En respuesta al discurso inaugural de Orlando Fals Borda, un articulista (Óscar Delgado discute la naturaleza de la disciplina, y la tradición de pensamiento en la que se ubica; y, a su vez, replican y controvierten, algunos de quienes se hallaban entonces como sociólogos en formación y hoy son ya figuras de trayectoria (como son Guillermo Varela, Rodrigo Parra y Francisco A. Correa. Como una contribución a que la conmemoración no sea un rito vano, creemos conveniente reeditar tales documentos.

  12. Facilitating Factors and Barriers to the Use of Emerging Technologies for Suicide Prevention in Europe: Multicountry Exploratory Study.

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    Muñoz-Sánchez, Juan-Luis; Delgado, Carmen; Parra-Vidales, Esther; Franco-Martín, Manuel

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    countries and stakeholders agree in identifying resource constraints as the main barrier to the use of emerging technologies, factors facilitating their use in suicide prevention differ among countries and among stakeholders. ©Juan-Luis Muñoz-Sánchez, Carmen Delgado, Esther Parra-Vidales, Manuel Franco-Martín. Originally published in JMIR Mental Health (http://mental.jmir.org), 24.01.2018.

  13. Competencias en proceso de enfermería en estudiantes de práctica clínica

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    Diana Carolina Tiga Loza

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    Full Text Available Introducción: El proceso de enfermería es un método que involucra conocimientos, habilidades, destrezas, capacidades, actitudes y valores adquiridos durante la formación profesional, por tanto es fundamental garantizar el logro de esta competencia en la práctica clínica. El objetivo consistió en evaluar el nivel de cumplimiento y alcance de las competencias en Proceso de Enfermería en los estudiantes de Enfermería. Materiales y Métodos: Diseño de corte transversal, cuya muestra correspondió al total de estudiantes matriculados (73 estudiantes en IV y VI nivel de un programa de enfermería de la ciudad de Bucaramanga que rotaban por áreas clínicas y comunitarias. Resultados: Según la opinión de los estudiantes, las competencias de proceso de enfermería fueron alcanzadas entre 2.63% a un 100% y un nivel de cumplimiento de 2.7 y 4, que según la escala establecida están entre regular y muy bueno. La competencia “Brinda cuidado aplicando el proceso de enfermería” fue común entre rotaciones de IV nivel y no se encontraron diferencias en el nivel de logro percibido (p=0.3180 test ANVOVA, además evidenció una diferencia significativa entre el nivel alcanzado entre IV y VI semestre. Discusión: Aunque existen pocos estudios sobre la medición de las competencias en proceso de enfermería durante la formación universitaria, un gran número de publicaciones científicas han hecho evidente los resultados de la aplicación de este método en la práctica clínica. Conclusiones: El conocer en qué medida las competencias en proceso de Enfermería son alcanzadas y en qué nivel, facilita el ajuste de aspectos curriculares del programa del estudio. Palabras clave: Procesos de Enfermería, Evaluación, Competencia Clínica. (Fuente: DeCS BIREME. Cómo citar este artículo: Tiga Loza DC, Parra DI, Domínguez Nariño CC. Competencias en proceso de enfermería en estudiantes de práctica clínica. Rev Cuid. 2014; 5(1: 585

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    Fernando de Assis Rodrigues

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    Full Text Available ExpedientElectronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAFISSN (electronic – 2448-0452Expedient of Volume 4, Issue 1, January – June of year 2018 EDITORIAL BOARDHead EditorFernando de Assis Rodrigues – São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilEditorial BoardAlfredo Bonini Neto, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilAna Carolina Simionato, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar, BrazilCristian Berrío-Zapata, Federal University of Pará (UFPA, BrazilElaine Parra Affonso, São Paulo State Technological College (FATEC - São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilFernando de Assis Rodrigues, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilMaria Elisabete Catarino, State University of Londrina (UEL, BrazilMaría Laura Foradori, National University of Córdoba (UNC, ArgentinaPascal Aventurier, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD, FranceRicardo César Gonçalves Sant’Ana, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilExecutive ComissionFábio Mosso Moreira, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilPedro Henrique Santos Bisi, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilAd hoc peer reviewers of this issueAna Carolina Simionato, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar, BrazilCristian Berrío-Zapata, Federal University of Pará (UFPA, Brazil Cristiane Hengler Corrêa Bernardo, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilDiana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, Faculdade de Filosofia e Ciências, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilElizabete Cristina de Souza de Aguiar Monteiro, Faculdade de Filosofia e Ciências, São Paulo State University (UNESP, Brazil Elvio Gilberto da Silva, Sacred Heart University (USC, BrazilFábio Mosso Moreira, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilJacquelin Teresa Camperos Reyes, São Paulo State University (UNESP, BrazilLarissa Pavarini Luz, São Paulo State Technological College (FATEC, BrazilMaria Elisabete Catarino, State University of Londrina (UEL, BrazilPascal Aventurier, Institut de

  15. Long term impact of organic amendments on forest soil properties under semiarid Mediterranean climatic conditions

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    Hueso González, Paloma; Francisco Martinez Murillo, Juan; Damian Ruiz Sinoga, Jose

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    Soil degradation affects more than 52 million ha of land in countries of the European Union (Hueso-González et al., 2016). This problema is particularly serious in Mediterranean areas, where the effects of anthropogenic activities (tillage on slopes, deforestation, and pasture production) add to problems caused by prolonged periods of drought and intense and irregular rainfall (Martínez-Murillo et al., 2016). Depending on the scale of study, soil organic carbón (SOC) dynamics in Mediterranean forests have been found to be particularly sensitive to factors related to seasonal changes in temperature and soil moisture (Casals et al., 2000; Eaton et al., 2008; Hueso-González et al., 2014). During dry periods in theMediterranean area, the lack of water entering the soil matrix reduces organic contributions to the soil (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2016). These processes lead to reduced soil fertility and soil loss (García-Orenes et al., 2010). Restoring the native vegetation is one of the most effective ways to control soil degradation in Mediterranean areas, especially in very degraded areas. In the initial months after afforestation, vegetation cover establishment and soil quality could be better sustained if the soil was amended with an external extra source of organic matter (Hueso-González et al., 2016). The goal of this study was to test the effect of various organic amendments on select soil properties over a 54-month period. Five amendments were applied in an experimental set of plots: straw mulching (SM), mulch with chipped branches of Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis L.; PM), sheep manure compost (SH), hydroabsorbent polymers (HP) and sewage sludge (RU). Plots were afforested following the same spatial pattern, and amendments were mixed with the soil at the rate 10Mg ha-1. Soil from the afforested plots was sampled in the following: (i) spring 2012 (6 months postafforestation); (ii) spring 2013(18 months postafforestation); (iii) spring 2014 (30 months

  16. Connectivity of rainfall and human activity impacts on soil erosion processes in Mediterranean vineyards

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    Rodrigo-Comino, Jesús; Terol Esparza, Enric; Damián Ruiz-Sinoga, José; Cerdà, Artemi

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    Soils are recognized as one of the most important components characterizing a terroir (Vaudour et al., 2015). However, the soils of vineyards are one of the most degraded in comparison to other cultivated context due to traditional tillage management (Prosdocimi et al., 2016). The key factor to understand the connectivity between topsoil redistribution and overland flow is the human activity as the management, who can reduce or increase these geomorphological interchanges (sediment and runoff) and changes the soil properties such it was found in different regions and under different crops (Parras-Alcántara et al., 2016). In order to assess this topsoil redistribution in vineyards, the Stock Unearthing Method (SUM) has been accepted to be a reliable method to assess erosion rates and spatial evolution and interchanging of the topsoil, sediments and water flux directions at long-term time scales in vineyards (Brenot et al., 2008; Paroissien et al., 2010; Rodrigo Comino et al., 2016). The SUM is based on the measurement of the distance from the topsoil to the grafted vine stock, confirmed as a passive indicator of topsoil movements since the initial planting of vine stocks. Therefore, the aims of this work are: i) to quantify the soil erosion rates by means of Stock Unearthing Method; ii) to measure the impact of plantation of new vineyards; iii) to compare sediment transport, water flux directions and topsoil redistributions between different soil types, land management (bare soil, amendments, straw mulch…) and soil tillage practices; iv) to assess sediment budgets and water flux direction conditioned by the micro-topographical variations; and, v) to detect key factors and impact on the surface features within the detected connectivity processes (rills and inter-rills…) using cartography. Acknowledgements The research leading to these results has received funding from the COST Action (Connecting European Connectivity Research): ES1306 and the European Union

  17. Fresh Water River discharges as observed by SMOS in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal

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    Olmedo, Estrella; Ballabrera-Poy, Joaquim; Turiel, Antonio

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    filtering criteria is implemented, SMOS provides coherent SSS measurements close to the coast, and especially in these regions of the Indian Ocean, providing near real-time information suitable for validation and ocean data assimilation. References: [1] Font, J., Camps, A., Borges, A., Martin-Neira, M., Boutin, J., Reul, N., Kerr, Y., Hahne, A., and Mechlenburg, S. (2010). SMOS: the challenging sea surface salinity measurement from space. Proceedings of the IEEE, 98:649. [2] Olmedo, E., Martínez, J., Turiel, A., Ballabrera-Poy, J., and Portabella, M., (2017), "Debiased Non-Bayesian retrieval: a novel approach to SMOS Sea Surface Salinity, Remote Sensing of Environment, under review. [3] Zweng, M.M, J.R. Reagan, J.I. Antonov, R.A. Locarnini, A.V. Mishonov, T.P. Boyer, H.E. Garcia, O.K. Baranova, D.R. Johnson, D.Seidov, M.M. Biddle, 2013. World Ocean Atlas 2013, Volume 2: Salinity. S. Levitus, Ed., A. Mishonov Technical Ed.; NOAA Atlas NESDIS 74, 39 pp [4] Dai, A., and K. E. Trenberth, (2002): Estimates of freshwater discharge from continents: Latitudinal and seasonal variations. J. Hydrometeorol., 3, 660-687 [5] Dai, A., T. Qian, K. E. Trenberth, and J. D Milliman, (2009): Changes in continental freshwater discharge from 1949-2004. J. Climate, 22, 10, 2773-2792 [6] Bonjean F. and G.S.E. Lagerloef, (2002): Diagnostic model and analysis of the surface currents in the tropical Pacific ocean, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 32, 2,938-2,954 [7] Donlon, C. J., M. Martin, J. D. Stark, J. Roberts-Jones, E. Fiedler and W. Wimmer, (2011). The perational Sea Surface Temperature and Sea Ice analysis (OSTIA). Remote Sensing of the Environment. doi: 10.1016/j.rse.2010.10.017 2011. [8] Martin, M.J., A. Hines and M.J. Bell, (2007). Data assimilation in the FOAM operational short-range ocean forecasting system: a description of the scheme and its impact. Q.J.R. Meteorol. Soc., 133:981-995. [9] John D. Stark, Craig J. Donlon, Matthew J. Martin and Michael E. McCulloch, (2007), OSTIA : An operational

  18. The impact of olive leaves, mosses and the burrowing of wild boars on soil erosion in olive orchards

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    Cerdà, Artemi; Nadal-Romero, Estela; Brevik, Eric C.; Pulido, Manuel; Maestre, Fermando T.; Taguas, Tani; Novara, Agata; Keesstra, Saskia; Cammeraat, Erik; Parras-Alcantara, Luis

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    The main factor controlling soil erosion is vegetation cover (Cerdà and Doerr, 2005; Van Eck et al., 2016; van Hall et al., 2017). However, due to the removal of the vegetation in agricultural fields and the increase in soil erosion rates other factors arise as keys to control soil erosion rates and mechanisms (Ochoa-Cueva et al., 2016; Rodrigo Comino et al., 2016). Soil erosion rates in olive plantations are high due to the lack of vegetation cover as a consequence of intensive tillage and herbicides abuse (Taguas et al., 2015; Parras-Alcantara et al., 2016; Zema et al., 2016). This is also found in vineyards and other orchards around the world (Prosdocimi et al., 2016; Rodrígo Comino et al., 2016), and the reason to look for sustainable management techniques such as geotextiles, mulches or catch crops that will stop the accelerated soil erosion (Giménez Morera et al., 2010; Mwango et al., 2016; Nawaz et al., 2016a; 2016b; Nishigaki et al., 2016). All these management techniques are difficult to apply and have high costs. Natural solutions such as weeds to provide cover are very efficient and have no cost (Cerdà et al., 2016; Keesstra et al., 2016) and they can be adapted to the management of the farmers. In olive orchards under herbicide treatment there is a natural growth of mosses and the development of a litter layer composed of olive leaves. There is also burrowing by wild boars that "ploughs" the soil. This research evaluates the impact of the three items above on soil erosion. The measurements were carried out using simulated rainfall experiments over an area of 0.25 m2 at a rainfall rate of 55 mm h-1 during one hour (Cerdà, 1996; Prosdocimi et al., 2017) on 15 plots of mosses, 15 wild boar burrowed surfaces and 15 leaf covered surfaces during the winter of 2015. The soil erosion rates were 34 times greater in the wild boar burrowed soils, meanwhile the litter and mosses covered soils showed similar erosional responses and the soil erosion rates were

  19. The Multimodal Assessment of Adult Attachment Security: Developing the Biometric Attachment Test.

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    Parra, Federico; Miljkovitch, Raphaële; Persiaux, Gwenaelle; Morales, Michelle; Scherer, Stefan

    2017-04-06

    for correlations with attachment security. The stability of the theory-consistent features across three different stimuli sets was explored using repeated measures analysis of variances (ANOVAs). In total, 46 theory-consistent correlations were found during the exploration (out of 65 total significant correlations). For example, attachment security as measured by the AAP was correlated with positive facial expressions (r=.36, P=.01). AMMI's security with the father was inversely correlated with the low frequency (LF) of HRV (r=-.87, P=.03). Attachment security to partners as measured by the AAQ was inversely correlated with anger facial expression (r=-.43, P=.001). The confirmatory analysis showed that the composite effects index was significantly correlated to security in the AAP (r=.26, P=.05) and the AAQ (r=.30, P=.04) but not in the AMMI. Repeated measures ANOVAs conducted individually on each of the theory-consistent features revealed that only 7 of the 46 (15%) features had significantly different values among responses to three different stimuli sets. We were able to validate two of the instrument's core assumptions: its capacity to measure attachment security and the viability of using themes as placeholders for rotating stimuli. Future validation of other of its dimensions, as well as the ongoing development of its scoring and classification algorithms is discussed. ©Federico Parra, Raphaële Miljkovitch, Gwenaelle Persiaux, Michelle Morales, Stefan Scherer. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 06.04.2017.

  20. Integrated geographic information systems (IGIS) analysis and definition of the tectonic framework of northern Mexico

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    Martinez Pina, Carlos Manuel

    Crustal rupture structures reactivated in the course of the tectonic history of northern Mexico are the surface expressions of planes of weakness, in the form of simple or composite rectilinear features or slightly curved, defined as lineaments. Unless otherwise defined as strike-slip faults, lineaments are part of parallel and sub-parallel oblique convergent or oblique divergent tectonic zones cross cutting the Sierra Madre Occidental and northern Mexico, in a NW trend. These shear zones are the response to the oblique subduction of the Farallon plate beneath North America. Kinematic analysis of five selected sites in northern Mexico, three basins and two compressional shear zones, proved possible a combination of shear mechanism diagram and models from analogue materials, with satellite imagery and geographic information systems, as an aid to define strike-slip fault motion. This was done using a reverse engineering process by comparing geometries. One of the sites assessed, involving the Parras Basin, Coahuila Block (CB), San Marcos fault, a postulated PBF-1 fault, allowed for palinpastic reconstruction of the CB that corroborated the results of the vector motion defined, in addition to an extension of ˜25% in a northwest southeast direction. A GIS-based compilation and georeferenced regional structural studies by several researchers were used as ground control areas (GCA); their interpolation and interpretation, resulted in a tectonic framework map of northern Mexico. In addition, shaded relief models overlaid by the lineaments / fault layer allowed structural analyses of basins related to these major structures. Two important results were obtained from this study: the Tepehuanes-San Luis-fault (TSL) and the Guadalupe fault, named herein, displaces the Villa de Reyes graben, and the Aguascalientes graben, respectively, to the SE, confirming their left lateral vector motion; afterwards TSL was displaced south by the right lateral strike slip Taxco-San Miguel de

  1. How sustainable is fuelwood use in Africa?

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    Olav Skøien, Jon; Dubois, Gregoire; Mayaux, Philipe; Belward, Alan; Monforti-Ferrario, Fabio; Bodis, Katalin

    2013-04-01

    depletion times accelerating by a factor of 3 to 5 between now and 2050. For these reasons, we do question fuelwood as a sustainable future energy source in Africa. This study is based on simple models, and we must acknowledge that these initial results are most likely negatively biased for several reasons. With the main results we will discuss the possible shortcomings and relate our results to some studies with more positive assessments of the fuelwood sustainability. FaoStat (2012), Database, http://faostat.fao.org/, accessed on Oct. 22, 2012. Hijmans, R., S. E. Cameron, J. L. Parra, P. G. Jones, and A. Jarvis (2005), Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas, International Journal of Climatology, 25, 1965-1978. Ramirez, J., and A. Jarvis (2010), Disaggregation of Global Circulation Model Outputs. Saatchi, S. S., et al. (2011), Benchmark map of forest carbon stocks in tropical regions across three continents, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108(24), 9899-9904. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (2012), World Population Prospects, the 2010 Revision, http://esa.un.org/unpd/wpp/Excel-Data/population.htm, accessed on Aug. 29, 2012.

  2. PLOT REELED INTO AN EKPHRASIS IN BELLES LETTRES OF THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY

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    evil mean? I’m going through my memory, what interesting things I heard and read about love, about the rights of genders, flesh, and find different clever words. But that’s just words ... They do not illuminate my soul with the understanding «(from the story of Avgusta Damanskaya» One day», published in the seventh issue of the «Education» magazine for 1908. The collision of pagan and Christian ekfrastic worlds is central in the novellas of G. Chulkov, S. Auslender, A. Mar and other representatives of the Russian decadence and Silver Age, which can not be considered in the context of Western European culture (from Stesichorus to Proust, from Zeu-xis with Parras to von Stuck with Knopf, for all the modernists (as well as realists of the early twentieth century, in the words of Alexander Blok, were sick with «Europeanism». However, Roerich and Vrubel, who are perceived not only as art revelation, but also a supreme religious revelation, and sometimes as an obsession, a temptation of the era, have a strong influence on the world art (not to mention the Russian art.

  3. Bowing and expansion of natural stone panels: marble and limestone testing and assessment

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    Grelk, Bent

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    -2005, financiado por la CE, ha tratado el problema de la combadura de determinados tipos de mármol observado en fachadas situadas tanto en climas cálidos como en climas fríos. Los principales objetivos del proyecto TEAM eran los de conocer y explicar los mecanismos de la dilatación, la combadura y la pérdida de resistencia que provocaban la degradación de las fachadas revestidas de mármol y caliza, así como prevenir el uso de mármol y caliza inadecuados mediante la presentación de borradores de nuevas normas europeas. La inspección de aproximadamente 200 edificios ofreció una idea clara del alcance del problema en términos geográficos, geológicos y climáticos. El estudio detallado de 6 edificios dio como resultado una metodología para la evaluación de fachadas que incluía un sistema de seguimiento y la evaluación de riesgos. Se investigaron tanto en el laboratorio como sobre el terreno casi 100 tipos distintos de piedra procedentes de diferentes países y utilizados en distintos climas, lo que permitió explicar los mecanismos de degradación y los factores que más influyen en ella. Se prepararon dos métodos de ensayo con sus correspondientes declaraciones de precisión parra enviar al CEN TC 246: uno sobre la combadura y otro sobre la dilatación térmica irreversible en condiciones húmedas.

  4. 3D modeling of lightning-induced electromagnetic pulses on Venus, Jupiter and Saturn

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    Pérez-Invernón, Francisco J.; Luque, Alejandro; Gordillo-Vázquez, Francisco J.

    2017-04-01

    powerful tool to obtain information about planetary atmospheres, such as density profiles of electrons or other components. Our model may also be useful to extend some studies about the chemical impact of EMP pulses in the terrestrial atmosphere [4]. References [1] Luque, A., D. Dubrovin, F. J. Gordillo-Vázquez, U. Ebert, F. C. Parra-Rojas, Y. Yair, and C. Price (2014), Coupling between atmospheric layers in gaseous giant planets due to lightning-generated electromagnetic pulses, J. Geophys. Res. (Space Phys), 119, 8705, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020457. [2] Pérez-Invernón, F. J., A. Luque, and F. J. Gordillo-Vázquez (2016), Mesospheric optical signatures of possible lightning on Venus, J. Geophys. Res. (Space Phys), 121, 7026, doi: 10.1029/2016JA022886. [3] Lee, J. H., and D. K. Kalluri (1999), Three-dimensional FDTD simulation of electromagnetic wave transformation in a dynamic inhomogeneous magnetized plasma, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 47, 1146, doi:10.1109/8.785745. [4] Marshall, R. A., U. S. Inan, and V. S. Glukhov (2010), Elves and associated electron density changes due to cloud-to-ground and in-cloud lightning discharges, J. Geophys. Res. (Space Phys), 115, A00E17, doi:10.1029/2009JA014469.

  5. Relationship between carbon microstructure, adsorption energy and hydrogen adsorption capacity at different temperatures

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    Jagiello, J.; Thommes, M.

    2005-01-01

    sizes. The highest Qst is observed for the CMS sample having micropores sizes of about 5 A. The SWNT sample shows a lower Qst due to its relatively wide PSD [2], and the non-porous carbon black is characterized by the lowest Qst values. The Qst values calculated from H 2 adsorption isotherms measured at cryogenic temperatures below 1 atmosphere can be used to predict/estimate H 2 adsorption at ambient temperatures under high pressures. Fig 3 shows the H 2 adsorption isotherm on the SWNT sample calculated for 298 K from the low pressure and low temperature (77, 87 K) data using the Clausius-Clapeyron equation and assuming the temperature independence of the Qst values. A good agreement with high-pressure experimental data [3] is observed. Predictions using DFT model will also be discussed during presentation. [1] J. Jagiello, M. Thommes, Carbon 42, 1227, 2004. [2] A. Anson, J. Jagiello, J. B. Parra, M.L. Sanjuan, A. M. Benito, W. K. Maser, M. T. Martinez, J. Phys. Chem. B, 108, 15820, 2004. [3] A. Anson, M. Banham, J. Jagiello, M. A. Callejas, A. M. Benito, W. K. Maser, M. A. Zuttel, P. Sudan, M. T. Martinez, Nanotechnology, 15, 1503, 2004. (authors)

  6. Reviews | Reseñas de libros

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    Full Text Available Reseñas: SERRANO GARCÍA, Rafael; PRADO MOURA, Ángel de; LARRIBA, Elisabel (eds., Discursos y devociones religiosas en la Península Ibérica, 1780-1860. De la crisis del Antiguo Régimen a la consolidación del Liberalismo, Universidad de Vallado lid, 2014, 255 pp. / Rosana Gutiérrez Lloret; CÁCERES WÜRSIG, Ingrid; SOLANO RODRÍGUEZ, Remedios (eds., Valiente Hispania: Poesía alemana de la Guerra de la Independencia (1808-18014, Oviedo, Universidad de Oviedo, 2014, 341 pp. / Arno Gimber; ZURITA ALDEGUER, Rafael, Suchet en España. Guerra y sociedad en las tierras del sur valenciano (1812-1814, Madrid, Colección Adalid-Ministerio de Defensa (“Premio Ejército 2014”, 2015, 351 pp. / Antonio J. Piqueres Díez; DUFOUR, Gérard, El Ogro corso. Poesía francesa durante la Guerra de la Independencia (1808-1814. Antología bilingüe, Traducción de los poemas: Lola Bermúdez Medina, Cádiz, Ayuntamiento de Cádiz - Biblioteca de las Cortes de Cádiz, 2015, 453 pp. / Emilio La Parra; GARCÍA MONERRIS, Encarna; GARCÍA MONERRIS, Carmen: Las cosas del rey. Historia política de una desavenencia (1808-1874, Madrid, Akal, 2015, 302 pp. / Josep Escrig Rosa; VILAR, María José, Diario del viaje y misión diplomática de Francisco Merry y Colom a Marraquech en 1863, Murcia, Ediciones de la Universidad de Murcia, 2014, 228 pp. / Francisco Manuel Pastor Garrigues; RAMOS, M.ª Dolores (coord., Tejedoras de ciudadanía. Culturas políticas, feminismos y luchas democráticas en España, Málaga, Atenea Universidad de Málaga, 2014, 374 pp. / Ángela Cenarro Lagunas; GARCÍA-MONCÓ, Alfonso; DEL VALLE, José Manuel (coords., Eduardo Dato Iradier. Presidente del Consejo de Ministros de España, Madrid, Ediciones Cinca, 2014, 255 pp. / Chris Ealham; AZCONA PASTOR, José Manuel, El dogma nacionalista vasco y su difusión en América (1890-1960. Un Paradigma de Paradiplomacia, Asturias, Ediciones TREA, 2013, 175 pp. / Mercedes Rivas Arjona; DE ONTA

  7. Application of CarboSOIL model to predict the effects of climate change on soil organic carbon stocks in agro-silvo-pastoral Mediterranean management systems

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    ñoz-Rojas et al., 2012) or olive groves (Lozano-García and Parras-Alcántara, 2013). The local climate is warm temperate with dry and hot summers, with a mean annual rainfall of 623 mm (range 367-811 mm) and mean annual temperature of 15.0?C (13.8-16.4?C). Climate change scenarios were generated from the baseline climate with two Global Climate Models: GISS (Goddard Institute of Space Studies, USA), and HadCM3 (Met Office, Hadley Centre, UK), for two of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) emission scenarios (A2 and B2). Three time horizons were chosen for climate change projections: 2020, mean climate change for the period 2010-2039; 2050 for the period 2040-2069; and 2080 for the period 2070-2099, providing respectively a very close, an intermediate, and a fully realized climate change scenario. The agreement of model predictions with the measured values of soil organic carbon stocks was tested using the correlation coefficient R2, the root mean square error RMSE and the modelling efficiency EF. For a good model performance, RMSE should have approximately the same order of magnitude of the standard deviation, while EF should be positive and close to 1. With reference to the three soil depths (0-25, 25-50, 50-75 cm), R2, RMSE and EF are in the range 0.76-0.99, 5.07-8.42, and 0.63-0.98 respectively. CarboSOIL predictions are fully acceptable since the linear regression coefficients are always significant at p

  8. List of participants of the VI School on Cosmic Rays and Astrophysics 17-25 November 2015, Chiapas, Mexico

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    mus Castillo, USAC, Guatemala 10.- Wendel Alexander Gutiérrez Paxtor, USAC, Guatemala 11.- Julio Roberto Castillo Elías, USAC, Guatemala 12.- Peter Darwin Argueta Ordoñez, USAC, Guatemala 13.- Eddy Brandon de León Aguilar, USAC, Guatemala 14.- Iván Rene Morales Argueta, USAC, Guatemala 15.- Guilherme Tomishiyo, Instituto de Física de São Carlos, Brazil 16.- Rodrigo Guedes Lang, Instituto de Física de São Carlos, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil 17.- Carlos Eduardo Gabarrete Fajardo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras, Honduras 18.- Geovanni Rangel Cortés, UMSNH, Mexico 19.- Pablo Weigandt, Universidad de Panamá, Panama 20.- Andrés Felipe Izquierdo Cartagena, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia 21.- Rebeca López, BUAP, Mexico 22.- Elsa Alejandra Parra Flores, BUAP, Mexico 23.- Eduardo Moreno Barbosa, BUAP, Mexico 24.- Lenin Pérez Estrada, FCFM-UNACH, Mexico 25.- Laila Vleeschower Calas, FCFM-UNACH, Mexico 26.- Luis Rodolfo Pérez Sánchez, FCFM-UNACH, Mexico 27.- Itzel Amayrani Martínez Salazar, FCFM-UNACH, Mexico 28.- Pedro Alfonso Valencia Esquipula, FCFM-UNACH, Mexico 29.- Hernán Castellanos Valdés, FCFM-UNACH, Mexico 30.- Lizardo Valencia Palomo, FCFM-UNACH Organizers Local committee: Dr. Juan Carlos Arteaga Velázquez International Committee: Dra. Karen Salomé Caballero Mora Dr. Oscar Saavedra San Martín Dr. Arnulfo Zepeda Domínguez (paper)

  9. Etnografías de empoderamiento en Europa y América: diseñando futuro con las comunidades.

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    Full Text Available En este artículo nos planteamos integrar experiencias en investigación e intervención en la confluencia entre lo digital y lo material en el escenario de Europa-España y América Latina-Ecuador. En cuanto a lo digital, presentamos un balance de los procesos de recepción de una serie de documentales etnográficos realizados con las comunidades para la transformación de la realidad social en un modelo que hemos venido en llamar etnografías de empoderamiento (Martínez y Camas, 2014, Camas y Martínez 2015; Trueba y Delgado, 1991. Esta forma de realización de documentales etnográficos desde la investigación participativa (Pereda y De Prada, 2014 nos ha ido permitiendo constituir comunidades de aprendizaje (Elboj, 2002 y conocimiento local o comunidades de práctica (Betancourt, Mertens y Parra, 2016 en la actualidad en la sociedad ecuatoriana. En el extremo de lo material traemos la reflexión previa en torno a los movimientos sociales contemporáneos en España para aplicar lo aprendido en la Escuela de sociología cualitativa de Madrid con el fin de generar unas ciencias sociales críticas y reflexivas en América Latina. Nuestra propuesta pasa por la creación de unos productos audiovisuales, la generación y apropiación de conocimiento en el modo 3 (Acosta y Carreño, 2013, la contestación a las formas de poder desde la participación y la horizontalidad y, finalmente, posibilitar el cambio desde una forma de investigación e intervención social centrada en el diseño del futuro con las comunidades. Proponemos una reflexión epistemológica para un conocimiento antropológico desde una etnografía centrada en el futuro diseñado y proyectado por la gente y no sólo con la academia. Retomamos esta idea de una nueva forma de hacer etnografía como un compromiso con el futuro que vendría a ser un futuro aplicado, como se muestra en los documentales que realizamos en 2002: Al compás de los sueños y en 2014: Acolítame Ñañón; el

  10. Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center and World Data Center for Atmospheric Trace Gases Fiscal Year 1999 Annual Report

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    The Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC), which includes the World Data Center (WDC) for Atmospheric Trace Gases, is the primary global-change data and information analysis center of the Department of Energy (DOE). More than just an archive of data sets and publications, CDIAC has--since its inception in 1982--enhanced the value of its holdings through intensive quality assurance, documentation, and integration. Whereas many traditional data centers are discipline-based (for example, meteorology or oceanography), CDIAC's scope includes potentially anything and everything that would be of value to users concerned with the greenhouse effect and global climate change, including concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO{sub 2}) and other radiatively active gases in the atmosphere; the role of the terrestrial biosphere and the oceans in the biogeochemical cycles of greenhouse gases; emissions of CO{sub 2} and other trace gases to the atmosphere; long-term climate trends; the effects of elevated CO{sub 2} on vegetation; and the vulnerability of coastal areas to rising sea level. CDIAC is located within the Environmental Sciences Division (ESD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. CDIAC is co-located with ESD researchers investigating global-change topics, such as the global carbon cycle and the effects of carbon dioxide on vegetation. CDIAC staff are also connected with current ORNL research on related topics, such as renewable energy and supercomputing technologies. CDIAC is supported by the Environmental Sciences Division (Jerry Elwood, Acting Director) of DOE's Office of Biological and Environmental Research. CDIAC's FY 1999 budget was 2.2M dollars. CDIAC represents the DOE in the multi-agency Global Change Data and Information System. Bobbi Parra, and Wanda Ferrell on an interim basis, is DOE's Program Manager with responsibility for CDIAC. CDIAC comprises three groups, Global Change Data, Computer Systems, and

  11. Runoff experiment and adapted SfM photogrammetry to assess rill erosion in Mediterranean agricultural fields from a holistic point of view

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    Gronz, Oliver; Rodrigo-Comino, Jesús; Seeger, Manuel

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    , S., Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E.C., Azorin-Molina, C., Parras-Alcántara, L., Jordán, A., Cerdà, A., 2016. Effects of soil management techniques on soil water erosion in apricot orchards. Sci. Total Environ. 551-552, 357-366. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.01.182 Marzolff, I., Poesen, J., 2009. The potential of 3D gully monitoring with GIS using high-resolution aerial photography and a digital photogrammetry system. Geomorphology, GIS and SDA applications in geomorphology 111, 48-60. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2008.05.047 Poesen, J., Nachtergaele, J., Verstraeten, G., Valentin, C., 2003. Gully erosion and environmental change: importance and research needs. Catena, Gully Erosion and Global Change 50, 91-133. doi:10.1016/S0341-8162(02)00143-1 Rodrigo Comino, J., Brings, C., Lassu, T., Iserloh, T., Senciales, J., Martínez Murillo, J., Ruiz Sinoga, J., Seeger, M., Ries, J., 2015. Rainfall and human activity impacts on soil losses and rill erosion in vineyards (Ruwer Valley, Germany). Solid Earth 6, 823-837. doi:10.5194/se-6-823-2015 Wirtz, S., Seeger, M., Ries, J.B., 2012. Field experiments for understanding and quantification of rill erosion processes. Catena 91, 21-34. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2010.12.002 Wirtz, S., Seeger, M., Ries, J.B., 2010. The rill experiment as a method to approach a quantification of rill erosion process activity. Z. Für Geomorphol. NF 54, 47-64. Wirtz, S., Seeger, M., Zell, A., Wagner, C., Wagner, J.-F., Ries, J.B., 2013. Applicability of Different Hydraulic Parameters to Describe Soil Detachment in Eroding Rills. PLoS ONE 8, 1-11. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064861

  12. Restoration of Degraded Salt Affected Lands to Productive Forest Ecosystem

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    Singh, Yash; Singh, Gurbachan; Singh, Bajrang; Cerdà, Artemi

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    Soil system determines the fluxes of energy and matter in the Earth and is the source of goods, services and resources to the humankind (Keesstra et al., 2012; Brevik et al., 2015; Keesstra et al., 2016). To restore and rehabilitate the soil system is a key strategy to recover the services the soils offers (Celentano et al., 2016; Galati et al., 2016; Parras-Alcantara et al., 2016). Transformation of degraded sodic lands in biodiversity rich productive forest ecosystem is a challenging task before the researchers all over the world. The soils of the degraded sites remain almost unfavorable for the normal growth, development and multiplication of organisms; all our attempts tend to alleviate the soil constraints. Land degradation due to presence of salts in the soil is an alarming threat to agricultural productivity and sustainability, particularly in arid and semiarid regions of the world (Tanji, 1990; Qadir et al., 2006). According to the FAO Land and Nutrition Management Service (2008), over 6% of the world's lands are affected by salinity, which accounts for more than 800 million ha in 100 countries. This is due to natural causes, extensive utilization of land (Egamberdieva et al., 2008), poor drainage systems and limited availability of irrigation water which causes salinization in many irrigated soils (Town et al., 2008).In India, about 6.73 million ha are salt affected which spread in 194 districts out of 584 districts in India and represents 2.1% of the geographical area of the country (Mandal et al., 2009).Out of these, 2.8 million ha are sodic in nature and primarily occurring in the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plains. These lands are degraded in structural, chemical, nutritional, hydrological and microbiological characteristics. The reclamation of salt affected soils with chemical amendments like gypsum and phospho-gypsum are in practice for the cultivation field crops under agricultural production. Forest development on such lands although takes considerable

  13. The impact of agriculture terraces on soil organic matter, aggregate stability, water repellency and bulk density. A study in abandoned and active farms in the Sierra de Enguera, Eastern Spain.

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    Cerdà, Artemi; Burguet, Maria; Keesstra, Saskia; Prosdocimi, Massimo; Di Prima, Simone; Brevik, Erik; Novara, Agata; Jordan, Antonio; Tarolli, Paolo

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    Soil erosion, land degradation, lack of organic matter, erodible soils, rock outcrops… are a consequence of the human abuse and misuse of the soil resources. And this is a worldwide environmental issue (Novara et al., 2011; Vanlauwe et al., 2015; Musinguzi et al., 2015; Pereira et al., 2015; Mwagno et al., 2016). Agriculture terraces are a strategy to reduce the soil erosion, improve the soil fertility and allow the ploughing (Cerdà et al., 2010; Li et al., 2014). Although this idea is well accepted there are few scientific evidences that demonstrate that soils in the terraced areas are more stable, fertile and sustainable that the soil in non terraced areas. In fact, the ploughing in comparison to the abandoned or not ploughed land results in the soil degradation (Lieskovský and Kenderessy, 2014; Gao et al., 2015; Parras-Alcántara et al., 2014). This is mainly due to the lack of vegetation that increase the surface runoff (Cerdà et al., 1998; Keesstra et al., 2007). And why is necessary to develop also in terraced landscapes soil erosion control strategies (Mekonnen et al., 2015a; Mekonnen et al., 2015b; Prosdocimi et al., 2016). Our objective was to assess the soil organic matter content (Walkley and Black, 1934), the soil bulk density (ring method), the aggregate stabilility (drop impact) and the water repellency (Water Drop Penetration Time test) in four study sites in the Sierra de Enguera. Two sites were terraced: one abandoned 40 years before the measurements and the other still active with olive crops. And two control sites non-terraced. We used the paired plot strategy to compare the impact of terracing and abandonment. At each site we collected randomly 50 soil samples at 0-2 cm, 4-6 and 8-10 cm depth. At each sampling point 100 WDPT measurements where carried out, and one sample for the bulk density, and one for the organic matter, and one for the soil aggregate stability were collected. The soil surface samples shown the largest differences. The

  14. Selected Abstracts of the 6th International Congress of UENPS; Valencia (Spain; November 23rd-25th 2016; Session “Infections and inflammation”

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    Full Text Available Selected Abstracts of the 6th International Congress of UENPS; Valencia (Spain; November 23rd-25th 2016; Session “Infections and inflammation”ABS 1. ARE ANTIBIOTICS A RISK FACTOR FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS? • A. Raba, A. O’Sullivan, J. MiletinABS 2. CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOME OF NEONATAL URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS • A. Hadzimuratovic, E. Hadzimuratovic, A. Dzananovic, I. Pasic SeficABS 3. FREQUENCY OF LATE-ONSET INFECTIONS DURING PRIMARY HOSPITALIZATION: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SMALL-FOR-GESTATIONAL-AGE AND APPROPRIATE-FOR-GESTATIONAL-AGE PRETERM INFANTS • A. MaticABS 4. DIABETIC PREGNANCY ACTIVATES INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSE THROUGH TLR5 OR TLR1/2 ON CORD BLOOD-DERIVED MONOCYTES • D. Tokuhara, S. Yanai, D. Tachibana, M. Saito, Y. Cho, M. Koyama, H. ShintakuABS 5. CONGENITAL CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION: A CLINICAL STUDY • S. Stefanovic, V. Stefanovic, V. StefanovicABS 6. DIAGNOSTIC BIOMARKERS IN EARLY NEONATAL SEPSIS: TLR-2 AND TLR-4 VERSUS CONVENTIONAL MARKERS • G. Zaharie, L. Blaga, M. Hasmasanu, S. Bolboaca, M. MatyasABS 7. URINARY KIDNEY INJURY MARKERS IN NEONATES WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION AND PNEUMONIA • A. Tarko, A. Suchojad, A. Brzozowska, M. Michalec, I. Maruniak-ChudekABS 8. EARLY DETECTION OF NEONATAL INFECTION AT BIRTH IN PREMATURE INFANTS BY CLINICAL AND LABORATORY MARKERS • A. Masseva, N. Jekova, E. Shopova, B. MarinovABS 9. PERSISTENT METABOLIC ACIDOSIS AND METHEMOGLOBINEMIA IN COW’S MILK PROTEIN-INDUCED ENTEROCOLITIS • M. Miñambres Rodríguez, C. Alonso Vicente, M. Pino, A. Pino Vázquez, J.M. Marugán de Miguelsanz, I. Sanz FernándezABS 10. INTERLEUKIN 17A IN BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE FLUID: AN EARLY MARKER OF VENTILATOR-ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA (VAP IN PRETERM INFANTS • M. Cernada, J. Escobar, J. Kuligowski, A. Núñez, E. Cubells, A. Parra, M. VentoABS 11. VERY LOW WEIGHT PRETERM TWINS DIAGNOSED WITH LATE-ONSET SEPSIS SHOW CHANGES IN GUT MICROBIOTA PROFILES AND MUCOSAL

  15. Time since plantation is the most important determining factor for soil erosion rates in vineyards. A case study in the valley of Les Alcusses valley, Eastern Spain

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    Rodrígo Comino, Jesús; Keesstra, Saskia; Novara, Agata; García Díaz, Andrés; Jordán, Antonio; Brevik, Eric C.; Cerdà, Artemi

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    simulated rainfall events. Soil Res, 54, 2, 154-165 DOI: 10.1071/SR15092 Keesstra S, Pereira P, Novara A, Brevik EC, Azorin-Molina C, Parras-Alcántara L, Jordán A, Cerdà A. 2016. Effects of soil management techniques on soil water erosion in apricot orchards. Science of the Total Environment 551-552: 357-366. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.01.182 Novara, A., A. Cerdà, D. Carmelo, L. P. Giuseppe, S. Antonino, and G. Luciano. 2015. Effectiveness of Carbon Isotopic Signature for Estimating Soil Erosion and Deposition Rates in Sicilian Vineyards. Soil and Tillage Research 152: 1-7. doi:10.1016/j.still.2015.03.010. Novara, A., L. Gristina, F. Guaitoli, A. Santoro, and A. Cerdà. 2013. Managing Soil Nitrate with Cover Crops and Buffer Strips in Sicilian Vineyards. Solid Earth 4 (2): 255-262. doi:10.5194/se-4-255-2013. Novara, A., L. Gristina, S. S. Saladino, A. Santoro, and A. Cerdà. 2011. Soil Erosion Assessment on Tillage and Alternative Soil Managements in a Sicilian Vineyard. Soil and Tillage Research 117: 140-147. doi:10.1016/j.still.2011.09.007. Prosdocimi, M., A. Cerdà, and P. Tarolli. 2016a. Soil Water Erosion on Mediterranean Vineyards: A Review. Catena 141: 1-21. doi:10.1016/j.catena.2016.02.010. Prosdocimi, M., A. Jordán, P. Tarolli, S. Keesstra, A. Novara, and A. Cerdà. 2016b. The Immediate Effectiveness of Barley Straw Mulch in Reducing Soil Erodibility and Surface Runoff Generation in Mediterranean Vineyards. Science of the Total Environment 547: 323-330. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.12.076. Rodrigo Comino J, Iserloh T, Morvan X, Malam Issa O, Naisse C, Keesstra SD, Cerdà A, Prosdocimi M, Arnáez J, Lasanta T, Ramos MC, Marqués MJ, Ruiz Colmenero M, Bienes R, Ruiz Sinoga JD, Seeger M, Ries JB 2016a. Soil Erosion Processes in European Vineyards: A Qualitative Comparison of Rainfall Simulation Measurements in Germany, Spain and France. Hydrology, 3 (1), 6; doi:10.3390/hydrology3010006 Rodrigo Comino, J., Iserloh, T., Lassu, T., Cerdà, A., Keesstra, S

  16. Use of local pastoral species to increase fodder production of the saline rangelands in southern Tunisia

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    Tlili, Abderrazak; Tarhouni, Mohamed; Cardà, Artemi; Neffati, Mohamed

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    received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 603498 (RECARE project) References Anaya-Romero, M., S. K. Abd-Elmabod, M. Muñoz-Rojas, G. Castellano, C. J. Ceacero, S. Alvarez, M. Méndez, and D. De la Rosa. 2015. Evaluating Soil Threats Under Climate Change Scenarios in the Andalusia Region, Southern Spain. Land Degradation and Development 26 (5): 441-449. doi:10.1002/ldr.2363. Cerdà, A., González-Pelayo, O., Giménez-Morera, A., Jordán, A., Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E.C., Prosdocimi, M., Mahmoodabadi, M., Keesstra, S., García Orenes, F., Ritsema, C., 2016. The use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in Eastern Spain under low frequency - high magnitude simulated rainfall events. Soil Res, 54, 2, 154-165 DOI: 10.1071/SR15092 Eskandari, H., Borji, M., Khosravi, H., Mesbahzadeh, T. Desertification of forest, range and desert in Tehran province, affected by climate change. (2016) Solid Earth, 7 (3), pp. 905-915. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/se-7-905-2016 Keesstra, S., P. Pereira, A. Novara, E. C. Brevik, C. Azorin-Molina, L. Parras-Alcántara, A. Jordán, and A. Cerdà. 2016. Effects of Soil Management Techniques on Soil Water Erosion in Apricot Orchards. Science of the Total Environment 551-552: 357-366. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.01.182. Mengistu, D., W. Bewket, and R. Lal. 2016. Conservation Effects on Soil Quality and Climate Change Adaptability of Ethiopian Watersheds. Land Degradation and Development 27 (6): 1603-1621. doi:10.1002/ldr.2376. Muñoz-Rojas, M., Erickson, T.E., Martini, D., Dixon, K.D., Merritt, D.J (2016) Climate and soil factors influencing seedling recruitment of plant species used for dryland restoration. SOIL 2:1-11, DOI: 10.5194/soil-2016-25 Prosdocimi, M., A. Jordán, P. Tarolli, S. Keesstra, A. Novara, and A. Cerdà. 2016. The Immediate Effectiveness of Barley Straw Mulch in Reducing Soil Erodibility and Surface

  17. Hydrogen storage on carbon materials: state of the art

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    Cazorla-Amoros, D.; Lozano-Castello, D.; Suarez-Garcia, F.; Jorda-Beneyto, M.; Linares-Solano, A.

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  18. Reviews | Reseñas de libros

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    Full Text Available Reseñas: ALONSO, Gregorio, La nación en capilla. Ciudadanía católica y cuestión religiosa en España (1793-1874, Granada, Comares Historia, 2014, 376 pp. / Alicia Mira Abad; COLETES BLANCO, Agustín; LASPRA RODRÍGUEZ, Alicia, (eds. y trads., Libertad frente a Tiranía: Poesía inglesa de la Guerra de la Independencia (1808-1814. Antología Bilingüe, Madrid y Barcelona, Espasa Libros, 2013, 432 pp. / Ignacio Gracia Noriega; BARBASTRO GIL, Luis, El episcopado español y el alto clero en la Guerra de la Independencia (1808-1814. La huella del afrancesamiento, prólogo de Antonio Moliner Prada, Alicante, Instituto Alicantino de Cultura Juan Gil-Albert, 2013, 407 pp. / Rafael Fernández Sirvent; RAMÍREZ, Pedro J., La desventura de la libertad. José María Calatrava y la caída del régimen constitucional español en 1823, Madrid, La Esfera de los Libros, 2014, 1165 pp. / Ignacio Fernández Sarasola; QUINTERO, Tomás; FARMER, Thomas, Informes del espía de la República de Colombia en la corte de Fernando VII (1825-1830, edición, presentación y notas por Daniel Gutiérrez Ardila, Bogotá, Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2012, 563 pp. / Emilio La Parra López; PASTOR GARRIGUES, Francisco Manuel, A las puertas del Protectorado. Las negociaciones secretas hispanofrancesas en torno a Marruecos (1901-1904, presentación por Alberto M. Pérez Calero, prólogo de Juan Ortiz Villalba, Sevilla, Universidad de Sevilla-Ateneo de Sevilla, 2013, 253 pp. / Juan B. Vilar; FUENTES CODERA, Maximiliano, España en la Primera Guerra Mundial. Una movilización cultural, Madrid, Akal, 2014, 238 pp. / Guillermo J. Pérez Casanova; HEARD, Martha E., Salir del silencio. Voces de Càlig. 1900-1938, Benicarló, Onada edicions, 2013, 216 pp. / Rosa Monlleó Peris; RAMOS PALOMO, María Dolores (coord., Andaluzas en la historia. Reflexiones sobre política, trabajo y acción colectiva, Sevilla, Centro de Estudios Andaluces, 2012, 182 pp. / Sergio Sánchez Collantes

  19. Selected Abstracts of the 6th International Congress of UENPS; Valencia (Spain; November 23rd-25th 2016; Session “Miscellanea”

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    . Vaquero Iñigo, G. Sierra Colomina, S. Torrús Carmona, N. Jordá Sirera, I. Gil HernandezABS 12. INCIDENCE OF TRANSIENT HYPERTHYROTROPINEMIA AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN PRETERM INFANTS AT KING CHULALONGKORN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL • S. Punnahitananda, S. Boonruangsak, P. ThaithumyanonABS 13. EXTRA-ABDOMINAL UMBILICAL VEIN VARIX IN EXTREME PREMATURE INFANT • V. Mugarab-Samedi, M. Kamaluddeen, F. SamediABS 14. PATIENT CENTRED MEDICINE: THE “WOMAN AND CHILD HOSPITAL” ORGANIZED ON INTENSITY OF CARE A NEW AND LEADING OPPORTUNITY IN VERONA, ITALY • R. Bortolus, P. Biban, A. Bonetti, E. Allegrini, G. Ghirlanda, C. BovoABS 15. ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT METHODS IN PROCEDURAL PAIN RELIEF IN NEWBORNS • M. dos Santos, A. Barroso PereiraABS 16. FOLLOW-UP OF CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA (CDH PATIENTS IN A HIGH-VOLUME CENTER: MORBIDITIES AT 2 YEARS OF AGE • A. Pertierra, J. Clotet, J. Moreno, M. Castañón, M. IriondoABS 17. THE PRACTICE OF PICA DURING PREGNANCY • C. A. Mannion, N. Hasanova, M.J. Kim, S. Premji, N.J. Moules, W. WilsonABS 18. FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY OF TISSUES IN CHILDREN WITH COMPLETE BILATERAL CLEFT LIP AND PALATE • L. Smane, M. PilmaneABS 19. DIETARY PATTERN OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN URBAN GREECE • A. Kontogeorgou, T. Boutsikou, D.D. Briana, A. Malamitsi-PuchnerABS 20. COMPLICATIONS DUE TO ANOMALOUS POSITIONING OF THE UMBILICAL VEIN CATHETER • S. Zanón Ortiz, A. Guerrero Martinez, A. Valiente Armero, A. Parra Llorca, M. Aguar CarrascosaABS 21. INNOVATIVE COMPUTER APPLICATION OF SIMULATION HEMODYNAMICS NEOCARDIOSIM™ TO ENHANCE UNDERSTANDING AND PRACTICAL SKILLS IN CARDIOVASCULAR NEONATOLOGY • W. Blaz, S. Figurski, P. GoclonABS 22. OVARIAN TUMOR ASSOCIATED WITH PREGNANCY • G.C. Al Jashi, I. Al JashiABS 23. CHANGING PATIENT SAFETY CULTURE IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • S. ELMenezaABS 24. DIABETES INSIPIDUS IN A VERY-LOW-BIRTHWEIGHT PRETERM INFANT WITH INTRAVENTRICULAR HAEMORRHAGE – CASE REPORT • D. Szpecht, I. Nowak, A. Ciesielska, M

  20. The use of straw in vineyards and orchards to reduce soil and water losses in Eastern Spain.

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    Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant no. 603498 (RECARE Project). J. Rodrigo-Comino, was awarded with a scholar grant (FPU) by Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte de España (Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, Spain). References Cerdà, A., González-Pelayo, Ó., Giménez-Morera, A., Jordán, A., Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E.C., Prosdocimi, M., Mahmoodabadi, M., Keesstra, S., Orenes, F.G., Ritsema, C.J. 2016. Use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in Eastern Spain under low frequency-high magnitude simulated rainfall events. Soil Research 54, 154-165. Keesstra, S., Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E.C., Azorin-Molina, C., Parras-Alcántara, L., Jordán, A., Cerdà, A. 2016. Effects of soil management techniques on soil water erosion in apricot orchards. Science of the Total Environment 551-552, 357-366. Mwango, S.B., B.M. Msanya, P. . Mtakwa, D.N. Kimaro, J. Deckers, and J. Poesen. 2016. Effectiveness of Mulching Under Miraba in Controlling Soil Erosion, Fertility Restoration and Crop Yield in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Land Degradation and Development 27 (4): 1266-1275. doi:10.1002/ldr.2332. Novara, A., Gristina, l., Saladino, S.S., Santoto, S., Cerdà, A. 2011. Soil erosion assessment on tillage and alternative soil managements in a Sicilian vineyard. Soil and Tillage Research 117, 140-147. García-Díaz, A., Allas, R.B., Gristina, L., Cerdà, A., Pereira, P., Novara, A. 2016. Carbon input threshold for soil carbon budget optimization in eroding vineyards. Geoderma 271, 144-149. Prosdocimi M., Burguet M., Di Prima S., Sofia G., Terol E., Rodrigo Comino, J., Cerdà A., Tarolli P. 2017. Rainfall simulation and Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry for the analysis of soil water erosion in Mediterranean vineyards. Science of the Total Environment 574, 204-215. Prosdocimi, M., Cerdà, A., Tarolli, P. 2016a. Soil water erosion on Mediterranean vineyards: A review. Catena 141, 1

  1. Avatar' remarks on the carbon input threshold in the sloping croplands

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    Novara, Agata; Gristina, Luciano; García-Díaz, Andrés; Menghin, Riccardo; Cerdà, Artemi

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    sequestration rates in a semiarid environment. Land Degradation & Development, 23: 82- 91. DOI 10.1002/ldr.1055 Barua, A. K., Haque, S. M. S. 2013. Soil characteristics and carbon sequestration potentials of vegetation in degraded hills of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Land Degradation & Development, 24: 63- 71. DOI 10.1002/ldr.1107 Batjes NH. 2014. Projected changes in soil organic carbon stocks upon adoption of recommended soil and water practices in teh Upper Tana River Catchment, Kenia. Land Degradation and Development, 25, 278-287. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2141 Beatriz Lozano-García and Luis Parras-Alcántara 2014 VARIATION IN SOIL ORGANIC CARBON AND NITROGEN STOCKS ALONG A TOPOSEQUENCE IN A TRADITIONAL MEDITERRANEAN OLIVE GROVE Land Degradation and development, 25, 297-304 | DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2284 Cerdà, A., Flanagan, D.C., le Bissonnais, Y., Boardman, J. 2009. Soil Erosion and Agriculture. Soil and Tillage Research, 107-108. doi:10.1016/j.still.2009.10.006 Cerdà, A., Giménez-Morera, A., Bodí, M.B. 2009. Soil and water losses from new citrus orchards growing on sloped soils in the western Mediterranean basin. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34, 1822-1830. DOI: 10.1002/esp.1889 Debasish-Saha, S.S. Kukal and S.S. Bawa, 2014. SOIL ORGANIC CARBON STOCK AND FRACTIONS IN RELATION TO LAND USE AND SOIL DEPTH IN THE DEGRADED SHIWALIKS HILLS OF LOWER HIMALAYAS Land Degradation and Development, 25, 407-416. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2151 Debasish-Saha, S.S. Kukal and S.S. Bawa, 2014. SOIL ORGANIC CARBON STOCK AND FRACTIONS IN RELATION TO LAND USE AND SOIL DEPTH IN THE DEGRADED SHIWALIKS HILLS OF LOWER HIMALAYAS Land Degradation and Development, 25, 407-416. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2151 García-Orenes, F., Guerrero, C., Roldán, A.,Mataix-Solera, J., Cerdà, A., Campoy, M., Zornoza, R., Bárcenas, G., Caravaca. F. 2010. Soil microbial biomass and activity under different agricultural management systems in a semiarid Mediterranean agroecosystem. Soil and Tillage Research. 109 (2): 110-115. 10.1016/j

  2. Comentario al Libro Juan de Dios Carrasquilla, Hombre de Ciencia”

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    José Félix Patiño Restrepo

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    escritos de Carrasquilla refutando las espeluznantes descripciones de la enfermedad que hacían Emilia Pardo Bazan en Europa y el doctor Ricardo de la Parra entre nosotros. Sus artículos sobre las manifestaciones clínicas de la lepra, publicados en 1905 en los Anales de la Academia de Medellín, son “clásicos por la excelencia de su estilo y la sobriedad y precisión de los conceptos expresados en ellos”, escribe De Francisco.

    La vida de Carrasquilla estuvo marcada por triunfos, pero también sinsabores. El gobierno del Presidente Caro creó en 1895 el Instituto Carrasquilla para el estudio y el tratamiento de la enfermedad bajo la dirección de Juan de Dios Carrasquilla. Allí se desarrolló una importante labor científica no sólo en lepra sino en otros campos. Pero a finales de 1897, cuando Carrasquilla presentaba sus estudios en la Conferencia Internacional de Berlín, el gobierno de Caro clausuró el Instituto.

    El doctor Juan de Dios Carrasquilla falleció a los 75 años de edad, el 14 de julio de 1908. En medio de la consternación de la ciudadanía, sus exequias se realizaron el día siguiente. El doctor Luis Zea Uribe pronunció la oración fúnebre. Adolfo De Francisco Zea reproduce las palabras de Zea Uribe que “retratan de manera admirable la noble figura del sabio”. También transcribe De Francisco la conferencia pronunciada en 1923 en el Teatro Colón de Bogotá, por el doctor Luis Zea Uribe en favor de los leprosos de Agua de Dios: “Juan de Dios Carrasquilla es una de las más limpias glorias de la patria… La patria colombiana teje la más pura corona de su gratitud y de su admiración sobre las sienes del modesto sabio, que fue un gran patriota y un corazón excelente”...

  3. Clínica de Marly 90 Años de su Fundación

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    Jorge Cavelier Gaviria

    1994-12-01

    . Nacido en el ilustre hogar de Don Nicolás Esguerra Ortiz “El ciudadano perfecto de una era de hombres eximios” al decir del profesor Luis López de Mesa, pertenece así a la llamada generación del 70 que dio brillo sin par a nuestra patria con hombres de la altura de Manuel Murillo Toro, Santiago Pérez, Aquilea Parra, Francisco Javier Zaldúa, Eustorgio Salgar, Salvador Camacho Roldán, Rafael Núñez, Miguel Antonio Caro.

    En 1884, a los 21 años, Carlos Esguerra se gradúa de médico y cirujano para comenzar en el indómito valle del Río Magdalena su ejercicio profesional y continuar estudios de la fiebre amarilla ya iniciados por su tío el Dr. Domingo Esguerra. Pero pronto, a causa de razones políticas abandona el país en unión de su padre con destino a Caracas, donde se recibió de médico de la Universidad Central.

    Luego, cuando los dos viajeros optaron por trasladarse a París, llega a la mitad del tan fecundo decenio de 1880 a 1890, época gloriosa de la medicina francesa. Repasa allí su currículum y observa cómo la medicina hipocrática, llena de imaginación, se despedía para siempre al dar paso a la nueva etapa técnica desarrollada gracias a Luis Pasteur, Roberto Koch, Rodolfo Wirchow, Gregario Mendel, Segismundo Freud, Santiago Ramón y Cajal y Claudia Bernard. Tal vez allí, ideó establecer una casa de salud para pacientes pensionados, cercana a Bogotá y similar a las que funcionaban en las grandes naciones europeas y en los Estados Unidos.

    Por todos los aspectos, la casaquinta Marly, era el sitio ideal para establecer la casa de salud y en esto estuvieron de acuerdo los hermanos Guillermo y Carlos Esguerra, quienes confiaron en el éxito del proyecto.

    Hasta ese momento los enfermos capitalinos eran tratados e intervenidos quirúrgicamente bajo el denominador común de la caridad pública en el vetusto hospital de San Juan de Dios, el cual ocupaba un deteriorado caserón colonial, carente de las indispensables

  4. Watershed health assessment to monitor land degradation

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    Hamidreza Sadeghi, Seyed; Hazbavi, Zeinab; Cerdà, Artemi

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    ). References Cerdà, A., A. G. Morera, and M. B. Bodí. 2009. Soil and Water Losses from New Citrus Orchards Growing on Sloped Soils in the Western Mediterranean Basin. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (13): 1822-1830. doi:10.1002/esp.1889. Cerdà, A., González-Pelayo, O., Giménez-Morera, A., Jordán, A., Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E.C., Prosdocimi, M., Mahmoodabadi, M., Keesstra, S., García Orenes, F., Ritsema, C., 2016. The use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in Eastern Spain under low frequency - high magnitude simulated rainfall events. Soil Res, 54, 2, 154-165 DOI: 10.1071/SR15092 Choudhury, B. U., A. R. Fiyaz, K. P. Mohapatra, and S. Ngachan. 2016. Impact of Land Uses, Agrophysical Variables and Altitudinal Gradient on Soil Organic Carbon Concentration of North-Eastern Himalayan Region of India. Land Degradation and Development 27 (4): 1163-1174. doi:10.1002/ldr.2338. Davudirad, A. A., S. H. Sadeghi, and A. Sadoddin. 2016. The Impact of Development Plans on Hydrological Changes in the Shazand Watershed, Iran. Land Degradation and Development 27 (4): 1236-1244. doi:10.1002/ldr.2523. Fava, F., G. Pulighe, and A. T. Monteiro. 2016. Mapping Changes in Land Cover Composition and Pattern for Comparing Mediterranean Rangeland Restoration Alternatives. Land Degradation and Development 27 (3): 671-681. doi:10.1002/ldr.2456. Fernández-Romero, M. L., B. Lozano-García, L. Parras-Alcántara, C. D. Collins, and J. M. Clark. 2016. Effects of Land Management on Different Forms of Soil Carbon in Olive Groves in Mediterranean Areas. Land Degradation and Development 27 (4): 1186-1195. doi:10.1002/ldr.2327. Ferreira, A. C. C., L. F. C. Leite, A. S. F. de Araújo, and N. Eisenhauer. 2016. Land-use Type Effects on Soil Organic Carbon and Microbial Properties in a Semi-Arid Region of Northeast Brazil. Land Degradation and Development 27 (2): 171-178. doi:10.1002/ldr.2282. Gómez-Acata, E. S., I. Valencia-Becerril, C

  5. Selected Abstracts of the 1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2015; Budapest (Hungary; September 16-20, 2015; Session “Pulmonology”

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    A TERTIARY NEONATAL UNIT • D. Fouad, S. Mulla, D. Sava, M. Kulkarni, R. RoyABS 18. RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY AFTER NICU DISCHARGE OF PRETERM BABIES WITH CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE • C. McKnight, S. SomisettyABS 19. A RANDOMISED CLINICAL TRIAL: ORAL VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENTATION FOR PREVENTING BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • E. Calisici, E. Yarci, S.S. Oguz, N. Uras, U.  DilmenABS 20. CLINICAL COURSE AND PROGNOSIS AT ONE YEAR OF CORRECTED AGE OF A 6,135 COLOMBIAN LOW BIRTH WEIGHT (LBW INFANTS COHORT DISCHARGED HOME IN KANGAROO POSITION WITH AMBULATORY OXYGEN: A 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE • E. Rodriguez, A. Montealegre, L. Rosero, N. Charpak, S. Fernandez, A. ParraABS 21. BRONCHODILATOR RESPONSE TO SALBUTAMOL MODIFIES LUNG VENTILATION PATTERN IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH BPD, BUT NOT IN PRESCHOOL EX-PREMATURELY BORN CHILDREN WITHOUT BPD • W. Durlak, M. Klimek, A. Sudoł, P. KwintaABS 22. OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN PREMATURE INFANTS EVALUATING THE ROLE OF U. UREALYTICUM ON CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE • A. Olariu, H. GowdaABS 23. THE ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE OF PRETERM NEWBORNS WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS • M. Matyas, L. Blaga, G. ZaharieABS 24. URINARY N-TERMINAL PRO-B TYPE NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE PREDICTS MODERATE OR SEVERE BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN PRETERM INFANTS • C. Czernik, S. Hartenstein, B. Metze, C. BührerABS 25. LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF CLUB CELL SECRETORY PROTEIN (CC16 IN GASTRIC FLUID AT BIRTH IS ASSOCIATED WITH LUNG INFLAMMATION AND MORE SEVERE LUNG DISEASE IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • C. Hagman, L. Björklund, E. Tufvesson, I. Hansen PuppABS 26. LOCAL INFLAMMATORY REACTIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS WHO REQUIRED MECHANICAL VENTILATION SHORTLY AFTER BIRTH • O. Borysiuk, D. Dobryanskyy, Y. KuzminovABS 27. ANIMAL MODEL FOR THE BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA • M. Tolnai, Zs. Helyes, T. Ertl, P. KissABS 28.OPTIMISING ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE (ETT  LENGTH IN NEONATES: PRE-CUT STRATEGY OR UNCUT

  6. The use of straw to reduce the soil and water losses in agriculture and forest ecosystems in the Mediterranean Type-Ecosystem. The Soil Erosion and Degradation Research Group contribution

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    Cerda, Artemi; Burguet, Maria; Keesstra, Saskia; Borja, Manuel Esteban Lucas; Hedo, Javier; Brevik, Eric; Pereira, Paulo; Novara, Agata; Jordan, Antonio; Prosdocimi, Massimo; Taguas, Encarnacion

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    -944. Jordán, A., & Martínez-Zavala, L. 2008. Soil loss and runoff rates on unpaved forest roads in southern Spain after simulated rainfall. Forest Ecology and Management, 255(3), 913-919. Jordán, A., Tarolli, P., Keesstra, S., Novara, A., Cerdà, A. 2016. The immediate effectiveness of barley straw mulch in reducing soil erodibility and surface runoff generation in Mediterranean vineyards. Science of The Total Environment, 547, 15 ,323-330, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.12.076 Keesstra, S.D. 2007. Impact of natural reforestation on floodplain sedimentation in the Dragonja basin, SW Slovenia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 32(1): 49-65. DOI: 10.1002/esp.1360 Keesstra, S.D. Pereira, P., Novara, A., Brevik, E.C., Azorin-Molina, C., Parras-Alcántara, L., Jordán, A., Cerdà, A., in press. Agricultural soil management affects soil erosion vulnerability of rainfed apricot orchards. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. Science of The Total Environment Keesstra, S.D., Geissen, V., van Schaik, L., Mosse., K., Piiranen, S., 2012. Soil as a filter for groundwater quality. Current Opinions in Environmental Sustainability 4, 507-516.doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2012.10.007 Li X. H., Yang J., Zhao C. Y., Wang B. 2014. Runoff and sediment from orchard terraces in southeastern China. Land Degradation and Development, 25 (2), pp. 184-192. Cited 3 times. DOI: 10. 1002/ldr. 1160 Lieskovský, J., Kenderessy, P. 2014. Modelling the effect of vegetation cover and different tillage practices on soil erosion in: A case study in vráble (Slovakia) using WATEM/SEDEM Land Degradation and Development, 25 (3), 288-296. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2162 Ligonja P. J., Shrestha R. P. 2015. Soil erosion assessment in kondoa eroded area in Tanzania using universal soil loss equation, geographic information systems and socioeconomic approachLand Degradation and Development, 26 (4), 367-379. DOI: 10. 1002/ldr. 2215 Martínez-Zavala, L., Jordán, A. 2008. Effect of rock fragment cover on interrill soil erosion

  7. Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017; Venice (Italy; October 31-November 4, 2017; Session "Neurology and Follow-up"

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    rvelin, P. Hovi, K. Räikkönen, E. KajantieABS 54. BRAIN VOLUMES BY CEREBRAL MRI AND CORRELATIONS WITH PSYCHIATRIC SYMPTOMS IN LOW BIRTHWEIGHT ADULTS • A.M.W. Lærum, L.M. Rimol, S.K. Reitan, A. Brubakk, K.A.I. Evensen, K.J. Bjuland, S. Lydersen, J. Skranes, M.S. IndredavikABS 55. POSTURE AND MOBILITY INFLUENCE ON ATTENTION ABILITIES IN HEALTHY 7 YEARS OLD CHILDREN • H. Ceyte, J. Rosenbaum, S. Caudron, J.-M. HascoetABS 56. SURGICAL DECISION MANAGEMENT IN CHIARI TYPE 2 MALFORMATION: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE • S.A. Ozdemir, N. Ozdemir, A. Karadag, E.A. OzerABS 57. EFFECTS OF NEURAL STEM CELL MEDIA ON HYPOXIC INJURY IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICE CULTURES • N.M. Lee, S.A. Chae, H.J. LeeABS 58. A NOVEL CEREBRAL ULTRASOUND SCORING SYSTEM IS ASSOCIATED WITH NEURO­LOGICAL OUTCOME IN NEONATES WITH HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY • K. Annink, F. Groenendaal, M. Lequin, D. Vijlbrief, L. de Vries, M. Benders, J. DudinkABS 59. MONITORING THE ENERGY METABOLISM IN PLASMA FROM NEWBORNS WITH HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (HIE DURING THERAPEUTIC HYPOTHERMIA • Á. Sánchez-Illana, A. Núñez-Ramiro, M. Cernada, A. Parra, E. Valverde, D. Blanco, M.T. Moral-Pumarega, F. Cabañas, H. Boix, A. Pavon, M. Chaffanel, I. Benavente-Fernández, I. Tofe, B. Loureiro, J.R. Fernández-Lorenzo, B. Fernández-Colomer, J. Kuligowski, M. Vento; the HYPOTOP Study GroupABS 60. PHOSPHOLIPID SYNTHESIS RELATED BIOMARKERS IN PLASMA FROM NEWBORNS WITH HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY • J. Kuligowski, Á. Sánchez-Illana, J.D. Piñeiro-Ramos, A. Núñez-Ramiro, M. Cernada, A. Parra, E. Valverde, D. Blanco, M.T. Moral-Pumarega, F. Cabañas, H. Boix, A. Pavon, M. Chaffanel, I. Benavente-Fernández, I. Tofe, B. Loureiro, J.R. Fernández-Lorenzo, B. Fernández-Colomer, M. Vento; the HYPOTOP Study GroupABS 61. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID LACTATE IN NEWBORN AND PRETERM INFANTS. PILOT DATA • G. Uclés, D. Arjona, R. Borrego, R. Díaz, M.D. Sánchez-Redondo, A. EscobarABS 62. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INTRAUTERINE AND