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O golpe de Estado no Chile e o cinema documental no ICAIC

Carolina Aguiar
Este artigo analisa o impacto do golpe de Estado no Chile no ICAIC. Após 1973, o ICAIC fortaleceu relações cinematográficas anteriores, possibilitou uma vasta produção de exilados chilenos e apoiou documentários que denunciaram a ditadura. Essas ações, porém, foram permeadas por tensões oriundas dos debates políticos entre os dois modelos de socialismo latino-americanos nos anos 1970.

Data from: Structure and genetic variability of golden mussel (Limnoperna fortunei) populations from Brazilian reservoirs

Pâmela Juliana Furlan-Murari, Claudete De Fatima Ruas, Eduardo Augusto Ruas, Lucas Milanez Benício, Angela Maria Urrea-Rojas, Angela Rocio Poveda-Parra, Emerson Murari, Ed Christian Suzuki De Lima, Felipe Pinheiro De Souza & Nelson Mauricio Lopera-Barrero
The golden mussel, Limnoperna fortunei a highly invasive species in Brazil, has generated productive, economical, and biological impacts. To evaluate genetic structure and variability of L. fortunei populations present in fish farms in the reservoirs of Canoas I (CANFF), Rosana (ROSFF), and Capivara (CAPFF) (Paranapanema river, Paraná, Brazil), eight microsatellite loci were amplified. Five of those eight loci resulted in 38 alleles. The observed heterozygosity (Ho) was lower than the expected heterozygosity (He) in all...

Data from: Insights on the functional composition of specialist and generalist birds throughout continuous and fragmented forests

Luiz Dos Anjos, Gabriela Menezes Bochio, Hugo Reis Medeiros, Bia De Arruda Almeida, Barbara Rocha Arakaki Lindsey, Larissa Corsini Calsavara, Milton Cezar Ribeiro & José Marcelo Domingues Torezan
A decline in species number often occurs after forest fragmentation and habitat loss, which usually results in the loss of ecological functions and a reduction in functional diversity in the forest fragments. However, it is uncertain whether these lost ecological functions are consistently maintained throughout continuous forests, and so the importance of these functions in continuous forests remains unknown. Point counts were used to assess both the taxonomic and functional diversity of specialist and generalist...

Data from: Recommendations for assessing earthworm populations in Brazilian ecosystems

Herlon Nadolny, Alessandra Santos, Wilian Demetrio, Talita Ferreira, Lilianne Dos Santos Maia, Ana Caroline Conrado, Marie Bartz, Marilice Garrastazu, Elodie Da Silva, Dilmar Baretta, Amarildo Pasini, Fabiane Vezzani, José Paulo Sousa, Luis Cunha, Jerome Mathieu, Patrick Lavelle, Jörg Römbke & George Brown
Earthworms are often related to fertile soils and frequently used as environmental quality indicators. However, to optimize their use as bioindicators, their populations must be evaluated together with environmental and anthropogenic variables regulating earthworm communities. In this review we identify the earthworm, soil chemical, physical, environmental and management-related variables evaluated in 124 published studies that quantified earthworm abundance (>7300 samples) in 765 sites with different types of climate, soils, land use and management systems in...

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  • Londrina State University
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  • Sao Paulo State University
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  • Institut de Recherche pour le Développement
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  • ECT Oekotoxikologie (Germany)
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  • Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina
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  • Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
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  • Federal University of Paraná
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