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1. BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES OF PIGS FINISHED IN DEEP BEDDING AND CONVENTIONAL BED SYSTEMS
Amaral, Pedro I. S. ; Campos, Alessandro T. ; Esteves Junior, Roberto da C. ; Esteves, Gabriella F. ; Yanagi Junior, Tadayuki ; Leite, Maria E. C. R. .
Engenharia Agrícola feb 2021, Volume 41 N. 1 Pages 25 - 33
ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to characterize the thermal environment and evaluate the behavior of finishing pigs housed in deep bedding and conventional systems. The work was carried out in the Department of Animal Science of the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Southeast Minas Gerais, Rio Pomba campus. Three pens were used in an installation for breeding pigs in their finishing phase. Two pens contained deep bedding, with wood shavings and rice husks. The remaining pen was a conventional system. The behavior of the piglets was observed from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., noting the behaviors with the use of an ethogram, while data relating to the thermal environment in the stalls were automatically collected using data loggers. Thermal environment data for all systems presented thermal stress conditions. Regarding behavioral variables, animals in conventional systems had a higher frequency of visits to feeders, while animals in the deep bedding system were more active and visited the drinking fountains more frequently. Despite the higher level of activity of the animals in the deep bedding system, it is not possible to confirm that the deep bedding provides a better degree of well-being for the animals under thermal stress conditions.
2. Growing knowledge: an overview of Seed Plant diversity in Brazil
Zappi, Daniela C. ; Filardi, Fabiana L. Ranzato ; Leitman, Paula ; Souza, Vinícius C. ; Walter, Bruno M.T. ; Pirani, José R. ; Morim, Marli P. ; Queiroz, Luciano P. ; Cavalcanti, Taciana B. ; Mansano, Vidal F. ; Forzza, Rafaela C. ; Abreu, Maria C. ; Acevedo-Rodríguez, Pedro ; Agra, Maria F. ; Almeida Jr., Eduardo B. ; Almeida, Gracineide S.S. ; Almeida, Rafael F. ; Alves, Flávio M. ; Alves, Marccus ; Alves-Araujo, Anderson ; Amaral, Maria C.E. ; Amorim, André M. ; Amorim, Bruno ; Andrade, Ivanilza M. ; Andreata, Regina H.P. ; Andrino, Caroline O. ; Anunciação, Elisete A. ; Aona, Lidyanne Y.S. ; Aranguren, Yani ; Aranha Filho, João L.M. ; Araújo, Andrea O. ; Araújo, Ariclenes A.M. ; Araújo, Diogo ; Arbo, María M. ; Assis, Leandro ; Assis, Marta C. ; Assunção, Vivian A. ; Athiê-Souza, Sarah M. ; Azevedo, Cecilia O. ; Baitello, João B. ; Barberena, Felipe F.V.A. ; Barbosa, Maria R.V. ; Barros, Fábio ; Barros, Lucas A.V. ; Barros, Michel J.F. ; Baumgratz, José F.A. ; Bernacci, Luis C. ; Berry, Paul E. ; Bigio, Narcísio C. ; Biral, Leonardo ; Bittrich, Volker ; Borges, Rafael A.X. ; Bortoluzzi, Roseli L.C. ; Bove, Cláudia P. ; Bovini, Massimo G. ; Braga, João M.A. ; Braz, Denise M. ; Bringel Jr., João B.A. ; Bruniera, Carla P. ; Buturi, Camila V. ; Cabral, Elza ; Cabral, Fernanda N. ; Caddah, Mayara K. ; Caires, Claudenir S. ; Calazans, Luana S.B. ; Calió, Maria F. ; Camargo, Rodrigo A. ; Campbell, Lisa ; Canto-Dorow, Thais S. ; Carauta, Jorge P.P. ; Cardiel, José M. ; Cardoso, Domingos B.O.S. ; Cardoso, Leandro J.T. ; Carneiro, Camila R. ; Carneiro, Cláudia E. ; Carneiro-Torres, Daniela S. ; Carrijo, Tatiana T. ; Caruzo, Maria B.R. ; Carvalho, Maria L.S. ; Carvalho-Silva, Micheline ; Castello, Ana C.D. ; Cavalheiro, Larissa ; Cervi, Armando C. ; Chacon, Roberta G. ; Chautems, Alain ; Chiavegatto, Berenice ; Chukr, Nádia S. ; Coelho, Alexa A.O.P. ; Coelho, Marcus A.N. ; Coelho, Rubens L.G. ; Cordeiro, Inês ; Cordula, Elizabeth ; Cornejo, Xavier ; Côrtes, Ana L.A. ; Costa, Andrea F. ; Costa, Fabiane N. ; Costa, Jorge A.S. ; Costa, Leila C. ; Costa-e-Silva, Maria B. ; Costa-Lima, James L. ; Cota, Maria R.C. ; Couto, Ricardo S. ; Daly, Douglas C. ; De Stefano, Rodrigo D. ; De Toni, Karen ; Dematteis, Massimiliano ; Dettke, Greta A. ; Di Maio, Fernando R. ; Dórea, Marcos C. ; Duarte, Marília C. ; Dutilh, Julie H.A. ; Dutra, Valquíria F. ; Echternacht, Lívia ; Eggers, Lilian ; Esteves, Gerleni ; Ezcurra, Cecilia ; Falcão Junior, Marcus J.A. ; Feres, Fabíola ; Fernandes, José M. ; Ferreira, D.M.C. ; Ferreira, Fabrício M. ; Ferreira, Gabriel E. ; Ferreira, Priscila P.A. ; Ferreira, Silvana C. ; Ferrucci, Maria S. ; Fiaschi, Pedro ; Filgueiras, Tarciso S. ; Firens, Marcela ; Flores, Andreia S. ; Forero, Enrique ; Forster, Wellington ; Fortuna-Perez, Ana P. ; Fortunato, Reneé H. ; Fraga, Cléudio N. ; França, Flávio ; Francener, Augusto ; Freitas, Joelcio ; Freitas, Maria F. ; Fritsch, Peter W. ; Furtado, Samyra G. ; Gaglioti, André L. ; Garcia, Flávia C.P. ; Germano Filho, Pedro ; Giacomin, Leandro ; Gil, André S.B. ; 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Michelangeli, Fabián A. ; Milward-de-Azevedo, Michaele A. ; Miotto, Silvia T.S. ; Miranda, Vitor F.O. ; Mondin, Cláudio A. ; Monge, Marcelo ; Monteiro, Daniele ; Monteiro, Raquel F. ; Moraes, Marta D. ; Moraes, Pedro L.R. ; Mori, Scott A. ; Mota, Aline C. ; Mota, Nara F.O. ; Moura, Tania M. ; Mulgura, Maria ; Nakajima, Jimi N. ; Nardy, Camila ; Nascimento Júnior, José E. ; Noblick, Larry ; Nunes, Teonildes S. ; O'Leary, Nataly ; Oliveira, Arline S. ; Oliveira, Caetano T. ; Oliveira, Juliana A. ; Oliveira, Luciana S.D. ; Oliveira, Maria L.A.A. ; Oliveira, Regina C. ; Oliveira, Renata S. ; Oliveira, Reyjane P. ; Paixão-Souza, Bruno ; Parra, Lara R. ; Pasini, Eduardo ; Pastore, José F.B. ; Pastore, Mayara ; Paula-Souza, Juliana ; Pederneiras, Leandro C. ; Peixoto, Ariane L. ; Pelissari, Gisela ; Pellegrini, Marco O.O. ; Pennington, Toby ; Perdiz, Ricardo O. ; Pereira, Anna C.M. ; Pereira, Maria S. ; Pereira, Rodrigo A.S. ; Pessoa, Clenia ; Pessoa, Edlley M. ; Pessoa, Maria C.R. ; Pinto, Luiz J.S. ; 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Souza, Maria L.D.R. ; Souza-Buturi, Fátima O. ; Spina, Andréa P. ; Stapf, María N.S. ; Stefano, Marina V. ; Stehmann, João R. ; Steinmann, Victor ; Takeuchi, Cátia ; Taylor, Charlotte M. ; Taylor, Nigel P. ; Teles, Aristônio M. ; Temponi, Lívia G. ; Terra-Araujo, Mário H. ; Thode, Veronica ; Thomas, W.Wayt ; Tissot-Squalli, Mara L. ; Torke, Benjamin M. ; Torres, Roseli B. ; Tozzi, Ana M.G.A. ; Trad, Rafaela J. ; Trevisan, Rafael ; Trovó, Marcelo ; Valls, José F.M. ; Vaz, Angela M.S.F. ; Versieux, Leonardo ; Viana, Pedro L. ; Vianna Filho, Marcelo D.M. ; Vieira, Ana O.S. ; Vieira, Diego D. ; Vignoli-Silva, Márcia ; Vilar, Thaisa ; Vinhos, Franklin ; Wallnöfer, Bruno ; Wanderley, Maria G.L. ; Wasshausen, Dieter ; Watanabe, Maurício T.C. ; Weigend, Maximilian ; Welker, Cassiano A.D. ; Woodgyer, Elizabeth ; Xifreda, Cecilia C. ; Yamamoto, Kikyo ; Zanin, Ana ; Zenni, Rafael D. ; Zickel, Carmem S .
Rodriguésia 2015, Volume 66 N. 4 Pages 1085 - 1113
Abstract An updated inventory of Brazilian seed plants is presented and offers important insights into the country's biodiversity. This work started in 2010, with the publication of the Plants and Fungi Catalogue, and has been updated since by more than 430 specialists working online. Brazil is home to 32,086 native Angiosperms and 23 native Gymnosperms, showing an increase of 3% in its species richness in relation to 2010. The Amazon Rainforest is the richest Brazilian biome for Gymnosperms, while the Atlantic Rainforest is the richest one for Angiosperms. There was a considerable increment in the number of species and endemism rates for biomes, except for the Amazon that showed a decrease of 2.5% of recorded endemics. However, well over half of Brazillian seed plant species (57.4%) is endemic to this territory. The proportion of life-forms varies among different biomes: trees are more expressive in the Amazon and Atlantic Rainforest biomes while herbs predominate in the Pampa, and lianas are more expressive in the Amazon, Atlantic Rainforest, and Pantanal. This compilation serves not only to quantify Brazilian biodiversity, but also to highlight areas where there information is lacking and to provide a framework for the challenge faced in conserving Brazil's unique and diverse flora.
Resumo Um levantamento atualizado das plantas com sementes e análises relevantes acerca desta biodiversidade são apresentados. Este trabalho se iniciou em 2010 com a publicação do Catálogo de Plantas e Fungos e, desde então vem sendo atualizado por mais de 430 especialistas trabalhando online. O Brasil abriga atualmente 32.086 espécies nativas de Angiospermas e 23 espécies nativas de Gimnospermas e estes novos dados mostram um aumento de 3% da riqueza em relação a 2010. A Amazônia é o Domínio Fitogeográfico com o maior número de espécies de Gimnospermas, enquanto que a Floresta Atlântica possui a maior riqueza de Angiospermas. Houve um crescimento considerável no número de espécies e nas taxas de endemismo para a maioria dos Domínios (Caatinga, Cerrado, Floresta Atlântica, Pampa e Pantanal), com exceção da Amazônia que apresentou uma diminuição de 2,5% de endemicidade. Entretanto, a maior parte das plantas com sementes que ocorrem no Brasil (57,4%) é endêmica deste território. A proporção de formas de vida varia de acordo com os diferentes Domínios: árvores são mais expressivas na Amazônia e Floresta Atlântica do que nos outros biomas, ervas são dominantes no Pampa e as lianas apresentam riqueza expressiva na Amazônia, Floresta Atlântica e Pantanal. Este trabalho não só quantifica a biodiversidade brasileira, mas também indica as lacunas de conhecimento e o desafio a ser enfrentado para a conservação desta flora.
3. Sleep, ageing and night work
Pires, M.L.N. ; Teixeira, C.W. ; Esteves, A.M. ; Bittencourt, L.R.A. ; Silva, R.S. ; Santos, R.F. ; Tufik, S. ; Mello, M.T. .
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research sep 2009, Volume 42 N. 9 Pages 839 - 843
Studies have shown that the frequency or worsening of sleep disorders tends to increase with age and that the ability to perform circadian adjustments tends to decrease in individuals who work the night shift. This condition can cause consequences such as excessive sleepiness, which are often a factor in accidents that occur at work. The present study investigated the effects of age on the daytime and nighttime sleep patterns using polysomnography (PSG) of long-haul bus drivers working fixed night or day shifts. A total of 124 drivers, free of sleep disorders and grouped according to age (<45 years, N = 85, and ≥45 years, N = 39) and PSG timing (daytime (D) PSG, N = 60; nighttime (N) PSG, N = 64) participated in the study. We observed a significant effect of bedtime (D vs N) and found that the length of daytime sleep was shorter [D: <45 years (336.10 ± 73.75 min) vs N: <45 years (398 ± 78.79 min) and D: ≥45 years (346.57 ± 43.17 min) vs N: ≥45 years (386.44 ± 52.92 min); P ≤ 0.05]. Daytime sleep was less efficient compared to nighttime sleep [D: <45 years (78.86 ± 13.30%) vs N: <45 years (86.45 ± 9.77%) and D: ≥45 years (79.89 ± 9.45%) and N: ≥45 years (83.13 ± 9.13%); P ≤ 0.05]. An effect of age was observed for rapid eye movement sleep [D: <45 years (18.05 ± 6.12%) vs D: ≥45 years (15.48 ± 7.11%) and N: <45 years (23.88 ± 6.75%) vs N: ≥45 years (20.77 ± 5.64%); P ≤ 0.05], which was greater in younger drivers. These findings are inconsistent with the notion that older night workers are more adversely affected than younger night workers by the challenge of attempting to rest during the day.
4. Relationship between Brazilian airline pilot errors and time of day
de Mello, M.T. ; Esteves, A.M. ; Pires, M.L.N. ; Santos, D.C. ; Bittencourt, L.R.A. ; Silva, R.S. ; Tufik, S. .
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research dec 2008, Volume 41 N. 12 Pages 1129 - 1131
Flight safety is one of the most important and frequently discussed issues in aviation. Recent accident inquiries have raised questions as to how the work of flight crews is organized and the extent to which these conditions may have been contributing factors to accidents. Fatigue is based on physiologic limitations, which are reflected in performance deficits. The purpose of the present study was to provide an analysis of the periods of the day in which pilots working for a commercial airline presented major errors. Errors made by 515 captains and 472 copilots were analyzed using data from flight operation quality assurance systems. To analyze the times of day (shifts) during which incidents occurred, we divided the light-dark cycle (24:00) in four periods: morning, afternoon, night, and early morning. The differences of risk during the day were reported as the ratio of morning to afternoon, morning to night and morning to early morning error rates. For the purposes of this research, level 3 events alone were taken into account, since these were the most serious in which company operational limits were exceeded or when established procedures were not followed. According to airline flight schedules, 35% of flights take place in the morning period, 32% in the afternoon, 26% at night, and 7% in the early morning. Data showed that the risk of errors increased by almost 50% in the early morning relative to the morning period (ratio of 1:1.46). For the period of the afternoon, the ratio was 1:1.04 and for the night a ratio of 1:1.05 was found. These results showed that the period of the early morning represented a greater risk of attention problems and fatigue.
5. Relationship between the quality of life and the severity of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research oct 2008, Volume 41 N. 10 Pages 908 - 913
The effects of sleep disorders on the quality of life (QOL) have been documented in the literature. Excessive sleepiness and altered circadian rhythms may negatively affect ability to learn, employment, and interpersonal relations, and directly degrade QOL. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the impact of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome of varying severity on QOL. The study was conducted on 1892 patients aged 18 years or older referred by a physician to the Sleep Institute, São Paulo, with complaints related to apnea (snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, hyperarousal, and fatigue). They were submitted to overnight polysomnography for the diagnosis of sleep disorders from August 2005 through April 2006. The patients completed the Epworth Sleepiness Scale and QOL SF-36 sleep questionnaires. They were classified as non-physically active and physically active and not-sleepy and sleepy and the results of polysomnography were analyzed on the basis of the apnea hypopnea index (AHI). The apneic subjects showed a reduction in QOL which was proportional to severity. There was a significant decrease in all domains (physical functioning, role physical problems, bodily pain, general health perceptions, vitality, social functioning, emotional problems, general mental health) for apneics with AHI >30, who generally were sleepy and did not participate in physical activities (P < 0.05). The present study provides evidence that the impact of sleep disorders on QOL in apneics is not limited to excessive daytime sleepiness and that physical activity can contribute to reducing the symptoms. Thus, exercise should be considered as an adjunct interventional strategy in the management of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
6. Two pedigrees with restless legs syndrome in Brazil
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research feb 2008, Volume 41 N. 2 Pages 106 - 109
Numerous studies have suggested a substantial genetic contribution in the etiology of the primary form of restless legs syndrome (RLS) and periodic leg movements (PLM). We describe the symptoms, the sleep profiles and physiological parameters of two families in which several members present RLS/PLM. The proband of family 1 is a 70-year-old woman and the proband of family 2 is a 57-year-old woman; both have exhibited the symptoms since the age of 20 years. All patients in both families were diagnosed with RLS according to the criteria of the International RLS Study Group. Polysomnographic recordings were performed to quantify and to describe PLM during sleep. Sleep parameters showed decreased sleep efficiency, increased sleep latency in the arousal index and the presence of PLM in all subjects. One of the families showed an exact profile of dominant inheritance with anticipation of age at onset. In the other family, the founders were blood relatives and there was no affected member in the third generation suggesting a recessive mode of inheritance. RLS/PLM is a prevalent sleep disorder affecting about 5 to 15% of the population and one that substantially impairs healthy sleep patterns. Efforts to understand the underlying pathophysiology will contribute to improve the sleep and life quality of these patients.
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