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Artigos selecionados da 29.ª Conferência Europeia de Linguística Sistémico-Funcional (ESFLC2019) Selected papers from the 29th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference (ESFLC2019)

Marta Alexandre, Fausto Caels, Gorete Marques, Maria Mafalda Sanches de Azevedo Mendes & ines conde

Educação artística: um testemunho, algumas reflexões

Margarida Calado
Fui, desde a sua criação em 2004 até à minha jubilação em dezembro de 2017, professora e Coordenadora /Diretora do Mestrado em Educação Artística da Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa. Salvo algumas exceções, nunca senti da parte dos docentes – quer da Escola Superior de Belas Artes de Lisboa (ESBAL), quer da Faculdade – muito empenho na formação de professores, embora grande parte dos diplomados/licenciados pela instituição seguissem a profissão de professores...

The skeletomuscular system of the mesosoma of Formica rufa workers (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

Lazzat Aibekova, Brendon Boudinot, Rolf Beutel, Adrian Richter, Roberto Keller, Francisco Hita Garcia & Evan Economo
The mesosoma is the power core of the ant, containing critical structural and muscular elements for the movement of the head, legs, and metasoma. It has been hypothesized that adaptation to ground locomotion and the loss of flight led to the substantial rearrangements in the mesosoma in worker ants, and that it is likely the ant mesosoma has undergone functional modifications as ants diversified into different ecological and behavioral niches. Despite this importance, studies on...

Data from: Delegation to artificial agents fosters prosocial behaviors in the collective risk dilemma

Elias Fernandez Domingos, Inês Terrucha, Rémi Suchon, Jelena Grujić, Juan C. Burguillo, Francisco C. Santos & Tom Lenaerts
Home assistant chat-bots, self-driving cars, drones or automated negotiation systems are some of the several examples of autonomous (artificial) agents that have pervaded our society. These agents enable the automation of multiple tasks, saving time and (human) effort. However, their presence in social settings raises the need for a better understanding of their effect on social interactions and how they may be used to enhance cooperation towards the public good, instead of hindering it. To...

Data from: Protecting great apes from disease: compliance with measures to reduce anthroponotic disease transmission

Ana Nuno, Chloe Chesney, Maia Wellbelove, Elena Bersacola, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Fabian Leendertz, Amanda Webber & Kimberley Hockings
Based on an international sample of past (N=420) and potential future visitors (N=569) to wild great ape tourism sites in Africa, we used an online questionnaire to characterise visitors’ practices, assess expectations (e.g., about proximity to great apes) and identify key factors related to potential compliance with disease mitigation measures. This was implemented adapting a framework from health literature (the Health Belief Model; HBM), particularly focused on reducing COVID-19 transmission at an early stage of...

O Museu Pedagógico Municipal de Lisboa: do complexo educativo municipal aos museus dirigidos às classes trabalhadoras (1875-1892)

António Manuel Correia Henriques
The Municipal Pedagogical Museum of Lisbon was part of an educational complex in the 1880s and was designed to be a national reference. Institutions such as the Froebel Kindergarten and the Superior Primary School were part of this complex, which belonged to a municipal education network. According to its director, Adolfo Coelho, the Museum would be an instrument in the reform of popular education. This paper seeks to link the Museum’s ephemeral fate to the...

Os prefácios do tratado de ginecologia de Rodrigo de Castro Lusitano

Cristina Santos Pinheiro

From performance curves to performance surfaces: Interactive effects of temperature and oxygen availability on aerobic and anaerobic performance in the common wall lizard

Rory Telemeco, Eric Gangloff, G. Antonio Cordero, Essie Rodgers & Fabien Aubret
1. Accurately predicting the responses of organisms to novel or changing environments requires the development of ecologically-appropriate experimental methodology and process-based models. 2. For ectotherms, thermal performance curves (TPCs) have provided a useful framework to describe how organismal performance is dependent on temperature. However, this approach often lacks a mechanistic underpinning, which limits our ability to use thermal performance curves predictively. Further, thermal dependence varies across traits, and performance is also limited by additional abiotic...

Para uma educação por vir

Tiago Almeida & Jorge Ramos do Ó
Ao aceitar o convite para produzir um texto que fizesse parte deste livro, ficámos face a um desafio duplo. Por um lado, escrever sobre algo que se relacionasse com o Mestrado em Educação Artística da Escola Superior de Educação de Lisboa e, por outro, que permitisse conciliar duas mãos na tecedura do texto. Na tentativa de responder a estes dois desafios propusemo-nos pensar o que seria uma educação por vir que, por oposição a uma...

“Hagamos mundo nuevo aquí”: O negro e o vilão em dois textos de Gil Vicente

Simão Valente
Este ensaio compara Fernando, o homem negro que procura transformar-se em branco, sem sucesso, em Frágua d’Amor, com o rústico português em Templo de Apolo. A diferença de linguagem e estrato social das duas personagens exclui-as à partida do contexto galante e cortesão em que a maioria das outras personagens opera, algo de especial importância se lermos nestes dois textos alegorias da recriação ou refundação de “novas" comunidades políticas num contexto europeu, por ocasião dos...

Diálogos Luso-Sefarditas

António Manuel Lopes Andrade, Saul António Gomes & Maria de Fátima Reis

Dataset for: Body size and sexual selection shaped the evolution of parrot calls

Fabio Marcolin, Gonçalo Cardoso, Daniel Bento, Luís Reino & Joana Santana
Morphology, habitat and various selective pressures (e.g., social and sexual selection) can influence the evolution of acoustic signals, but the relative importance of their effects is not well understood. The order Psittaciformes (parrots, sensu lato) is a large clade of very vocal and often gregarious species for which large-scale comparative studies of vocalizations are lacking. We measured acoustic traits (duration, sound frequency, frequency bandwidth and sound entropy) of the predominant call type for >200 parrot...

Diálogos Luso-Sefarditas: um projecto que se transformou em livro

Andrade António Lopes, Saul António Gomes & Maria de Fátima Reis

Plant invasion modifies isohydricity in Mediterranean tree species

Simon Haberstroh, Raquel Lobo-Do-Vale, Maria C. Caldeira, Maren Dubbert, Matthias Cuntz & Christiane Werner
Understanding of plant hydraulic strategies (i.e., the degree of iso-/anisohydricity) is crucial to predict the response of plants to changing environmental conditions such as climate-change induced extreme drought. Several abiotic factors, including evaporative demand, have been shown to seasonally modify the isohydricity of plants. However, the impact of biotic factors such as plant-plant interactions on hydraulic strategies has seldom been explored. Here, we investigated adaptations and changes in hydraulic strategies of two woody species in...

SandTrack - Alimentação Artificial das Praias: uma Metodologia Integrada de Suporte à Gestão Litoral: Relatório de Síntese

Paulo Alves da Silva, Joaquim Pais-Barbosa, Rui Taborda, Aurora Rodrigues & Carlos Coelho

Next-generation phylogeography resolves post-glacial colonization patterns in a widespread carnivore, the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), in Europe

Allan McDevitt, Ilaria Coscia, Samuel S Browett, Aritz Ruiz-Gonzalez, Mark Statham, Inka Ruczynska, Liam Roberts, Joanna Stojak, Alain Frantz, Karin Norén, Erik Agren, Jane Learmount, Mafalda Basto, Carlos Fernandes, Peter Stuart, David G Tosh, Magda Sindicic, Tibor Andreanszky, Marja Isomursu, Marek Panek, Andrey Korolev, Innokentiy M Okhlopkov, Alexander P Saveljev, Bostjan Pokorny, Katarina Flajsman … & Jan Wójcik
Carnivores tend to exhibit a lack of (or less pronounced) genetic structure at continental scales in both a geographic and temporal sense using various mitochondrial DNA markers on modern and/or ancient specimens. This tends to confound the identification of refugial areas and post-glacial colonization patterns in this group. In this study we used Genotyping-by-Sequencing (GBS) to reconstruct the phylogeographic history of a widespread carnivore, the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), in Europe by investigating broad-scale patterns...

Whole-genome analysis of multiple wood ant population pairs supports similar speciation histories, but different degrees of gene flow, across their European ranges

Beatriz Portinha, Amaury Avril, Christian Bernasconi, Heikki Heläntera, Josie Monaghan, Bernhard Seifert, Vítor C. Sousa, Jonna Kulmuni & Pierre Nouhaud
The application of demographic history modelling and inference to the study of divergence between species has become a cornerstone of speciation genomics. Speciation histories are usually reconstructed by analysing single populations from each species, assuming that the inferred population history represents the actual speciation history. However, this assumption may not be met when species diverge with gene flow, e.g., when secondary contact may be confined to specific geographic regions. Here, we tested whether divergence histories...

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  • University of Lisbon
  • University of Aveiro
  • University of Coimbra
  • Institute of Biology of Komi Scientific Centre
  • University of the Basque Country
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  • National Veterinary Institute
  • Ghent University
  • University of Zagreb
  • Instituto Politécnico de Leiria