Periods Of Adulthood
Mostrando 1-12 de 14 artigos, teses e dissertações.
1. Nutrition and Cardiovascular Diseases: Programming and Reprogramming
Abstract The Developmental Origin of Health and Disease (DOHaD) is an area of science dedicated to studying the processes by which insults during critical periods of mammals development leading to physiological changes resultig in diseases throughout life. Studies point to a complex interaction between nutritional status in early life and cardiovascular syst
Int. J. Cardiovasc. Sci.. Publicado em: 2021-04
2. Can participation in sports during childhood influence physical activity in adulthood?
Abstract Aims: The promotion of sports participation during the early years of life is important not only because it promotes health during childhood and adolescence, but also because it has benefits in adulthood. This study was developed to identify the association between sports participation during the early years of life and adulthood, to analyze the no
Motriz: rev. educ. fis.. Publicado em: 27/11/2017
3. Natural transovarial transmission of dengue virus 4 in Aedes aegypti from Cuiabá, State of Mato Grosso, Brazil
INTRODUCTION: Dengue is the most prevalent arboviral disease in tropical areas. In Mato Grosso, outbreaks are reported every year, but studies on dengue in this state are scarce. METHODS: Natural transovarial infection of Aedes aegypti by a flavivirus was investigated in the Jardim Industriário neighborhood of Cuiabá, Mato Grosso. Eggs were collected with
Rev. Soc. Bras. Med. Trop.. Publicado em: 2015-01
4. Atitudes, crenças e comportamentos de homens e mulheres em relação ao dinheiro na vida adulta
Este estudo teve como objetivo avaliar atitudes, crenças e comportamentos de homens e mulheres em relação ao uso do dinheiro ao longo da vida adulta. Foi realizada uma pesquisa quantitativa, constando de dois questionários: um sobre dados dos participantes e outro, Dinheiro no Presente e duas escalas: a Dinheiro no Passado e no Futuro (Money in the Past
IBICT - Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia. Publicado em: 19/10/2012
5. Study of the alterations in the development, behavior and cerebral biochemistry of male rats exposed to the environmental atmospheric pollution in the intra-uterine phase / Estudo das alterações no desenvolvimento, no comportamento e na bioquímica cerebral de ratos machos adultos expostos à poluição atmosférica ambiental durante a fase intra-uterina e o período de lactação
Experimental studies done at our laboratory demonstrated that the inhalation of residual oil fly ash by the adult rats decreased motor activity of the animals in the open-field test. Additionaly, we showed that rats which inhalated residual oil fly ash preserved its habituation capacity. In this study, oxidative stress in striatum and cerebellum might be the
Publicado em: 2010
6. Imprinting estrogenico : efeito sobre a expressão do receptor de androgeno no hipotalamo de ratos Wistar / Effects of estrogenic imprinting on the androgen receptor expression in the hypothalamus of Wistar rats
In male rats, complete reproductive function is critically dependent on adequate estrogen action at different levels of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis. The administration of high doses during the period of sexual differentiation results in irreversible alterati ns in the male reproductive system. In brief, the estrogens have anti-androgenic effects
Publicado em: 2008
7. Construção de significados e processos de identificação em jovens adultos com paralisia cerebral / Meaning construction and identification processes in life histories of young adults with cerebral palsy
This study aimed at identifying, defining and analyzing meanings that regulate the narratives of young adults with cerebral palsy.Five participants with cerebral palsy diagnostics attending a rehabilitation center took part of the study three men and two women. We tried to answer the following questions: Which meanings do emerge from narratives constructions
Publicado em: 2007
8. SANDY BEACH MORPHODYNAMICS AND MACROBENTHIC COMMUNITIES IN TEMPERATE, SUBTROPICAL AND TROPICAL REGIONS - A MACROECOLOGICAL APPROACH
A comprehensive study involving 52 microtidal beaches spanning from reflective to dissipative states and located in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans was carried out to unravel the relative roles of latitude and beach morphodynamics in determining beach macrobenthic species richness, abundance, biomass and
Publicado em: 2003
9. Birth and migration of neurons in the central posterior/prepacemaker nucleus during adulthood in weakly electric knifefish (Eigenmannia sp.).
In contrast to mammals, fish maintain their capacity to generate neurons in the central nervous system even during adulthood for prolonged periods of life. By employing immunohistochemical, autoradiographic, and electron microscopic techniques, we studied such a postnatal neurogenesis within the complex of the central posterior/prepacemaker nucleus (CP/PPn)
10. Older age becomes common late in human evolution
Increased longevity, expressed as number of individuals surviving to older adulthood, represents one of the ways the human life history pattern differs from other primates. We believe it is a critical demographic factor in the development of human culture. Here, we examine when changes in longevity occurred by assessing the ratio of older to younger adults i
National Academy of Sciences.
11. Sub-lethal effects of a copper sulfate fungicide on development and reproduction in three coccinellid species.
Copper-based fungicides reliably control various foliar diseases in citrus production, although they are suspected to exacerbate mite problems through various mechanisms. Studies have shown negative effects of various copper formulations on entomopathogenic fungi, nematodes, and parasitoids, but few have sought to measure its impact on the biology of predato
University of Arizona Library.
12. Enduring Influences of Peripubertal/Adolescent Stressors on Behavioral Response to Estradiol and Progesterone in Adult Female Mice
Exposure to stressors during particular stages of development leads to acute and long-term physiological and behavioral changes. We have reported that shipping mice during the peripubertal/adolescent period results in decreased induction of feminine sexual behavior by estradiol and progesterone in adult female mice. To study further the factors involved in t
The Endocrine Society.