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MANUALE DI PROPAGAZIONE DELLE SPECIE DEGLI AMBIENTI DUNALI ADRIATICI

Maria Carla de Francesco, Gabriella Buffa, Salvatore Ciocca, Antonio Del Vecchio, Silvia Del Vecchio, Edy Fantinato, Rioberto Fiorentin, Francesco Iannotta, Francesco Pernigotto Cego, Federica Piccolo, Angela Stanisci, Francesco Pio Tozzi
2022 Zenodo  
Il manuale si colloca nell'ambito dei progetti LIFE17 NAT/IT/000565 CALLIOPE (Coastal dune hAbitats, subLittoraL sandbanks, marine reefs: cOnservation, Protection, and thrEats Mitigation) e LIFE16 NAT/IT/000589 REDUNE - (REstoration of DUNE habitats in Natura 2000 sites of the Veneto coast) e come capitalizzazione delle azioni del progetto LIFE10 NAT/IT/000262 MAESTRALE (Azioni MirAtE al ripriSTino e alla conservazione degli habitat dunali e RetrodunAli in moLisE), tutti cofinanziati dal
more » ... ma LIFE, strumento dell'Unione Europea per la salvaguardia dell'ambiente che sostiene azioni a favore della natura negli Stati membri. I progetti propongono il ripristino/recupero di ambienti dunali mediante produzione e impianto di essenze vegetali locali, prodotte a partire da semi raccolti in campo da popolazioni vegetali adeguate dal punto di vista genetico, fisiologico e sanitario, al fine di tutelare e valorizzare la biodiversità delle aree costiere. Il manuale rappresenta una sintesi delle esperienze di produzione vivaistica delle principali specie dunali propagate all'interno dei progetti LIFE CALLIOPE, LIFE REDUNE e LIFE MAESTRALE con lo scopo di fornire informazioni tecnico-pratiche per una produzione efficiente e facilmente replicabile anche in altri contesti e progetti di ripristino/recupero ambientale, in cui è di fondamentale importanza disporre di materiale nativo caratterizzato da una elevata variabilità genetica. Questa, infatti, garantisce una migliore adattabilità, consentendo di massimizzare le probabilità di successo dell'intervento, e contribuisce alla creazione di habitat stabili con elevato valore naturalistico. Il manuale è rivolto a tecnici delle banche del germoplasma, vivaisti e addetti ai lavori in ambito istituzionale e le indicazioni fornite riguardano la fase di raccolta dei semi, la loro conservazione fino al momento del loro utilizzo e i successivi trattamenti in grado di massimizzare la germinazione e la produzione di nuove piante, nel rispetto delle procedure e degli standar [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6365627 fatcat:gvxx4avrvbdrxcaauodwg24bmi

Microcirculatory Alterations in Critically Ill Patients with COVID-19-Associated Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Umberto Di Dedda, Alice Ascari, Angela Fantinato, Dario Fina, Ekaterina Baryshnikova, Marco Ranucci
2022 Journal of Clinical Medicine  
Presently, a number of specific observations have been performed on microcirculatory function in a coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) setting. We hypothesized that, in the critically ill, endothelial dysfunction secondary to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and the subsequent inflammation and coagulopathy may lead to microcirculatory alterations, further exacerbated by the hypoxemic state. A dysfunctional microcirculation may represent the hidden motor
more » ... ying the development of COVID-19's clinical manifestations. Methods: A single center, prospective, observational study. We analyzed bedside sublingual microcirculation in twenty-four consecutive COVID-19-associated acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) patients mechanically ventilated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), together with macro-hemodynamics, clinical parameters, echocardiography, and laboratory data at a single time-point after ICU admission. All participants were recruited between March and May 2020. Results: The microcirculatory pattern was characterized by increased values of total vessel density and perfused vessel density, a reduced value of proportion of perfused vessels and microvascular flow index, and high values of heterogeneity index. The duration of mechanical ventilation before microcirculation assessment was inversely associated with the proportion of perfused vessels (p = 0.023). Within the macro-hemodynamic parameters, the right ventricle end-diastolic diameter was inversely associated with proportion of perfused vessels and microvascular flow index (p = 0.039 and 0.014, respectively) and directly associated with the heterogeneity index (p = 0.033). Conclusions: In COVID-19-associated ARDS patients, the microcirculation showed impaired quality of flow parameters coupled with a high vessel density.
doi:10.3390/jcm11041032 pmid:35207303 pmcid:PMC8876221 fatcat:ymzfjtb5irea3evtntm4r3qify

The combined effects of the microcirculatory status and cardiopulmonary bypass on platelet count and function during cardiac surgery

Umberto Di Dedda, Marco Ranucci, Alberto Porta, Vlasta Bari, Alice Ascari, Angela Fantinato, Ekaterina Baryshnikova, Mauro Cotza
2018 Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation  
BACKGROUND: Cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass is associated with important changes in the microcirculation, usually attributed to endothelial dysfunction. Another common finding of cardiac surgery is postoperative thrombocytopenia and platelet loss of function. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the association between microvascular flow pattern and postoperative changes in platelet count and function in cardiac surgery patients. METHODS: Twelve adult cardiac surgery patients received
more » ... ular circulation (sidestream darkfield sublingual mucosa analysis) and platelet count and function (multiple electrode aggregometry ADPtest and TRAPtest) assessment before and after cardiopulmonary bypass. RESULTS: After cardiopulmonary bypass, sublingual microcirculation showed a significantly (P = 0.001) decreased microvascular flow index and increased heterogeneity index (P = 0.006). Platelet function significantly decrease after cardiopulmonary bypass both at ADPtest (P = 0.011) and TRAPtest (P = 0.002). Preoperative patterns of poor microvascular perfusion (low perfused vessels density and total vessels density) were significantly associated with lower values of postcardiopulmonary bypass platelet function (ADPtest, P = 0.009, TRAPtest, P = 0.031) and count (P = 0.048). CONCLUSIONS: A preoperative disturbance of the microcirculation is associated with a greater postoperative platelet dysfunction. Endothelial damage, chemical and mechanical stimuli are the possible link between the two patterns.
doi:10.3233/ch-180391 pmid:29710690 fatcat:m2eaxsxzi5gavfp4wcelqkusu4

Comparison of Causal and Non-causal Strategies for the Assessment of Baroreflex Sensitivity in Predicting Acute Kidney Dysfunction After Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

Vlasta Bari, Emanuele Vaini, Valeria Pistuddi, Angela Fantinato, Beatrice Cairo, Beatrice De Maria, Laura Adelaide Dalla Vecchia, Marco Ranucci, Alberto Porta
2019 Frontiers in Physiology  
Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery may lead to postoperative complications such as the acute kidney dysfunction (AKD), identified as any post-intervention increase of serum creatinine level. Cardiovascular control reflexes like the baroreflex can play a role in the AKD development. The aim of this study is to test whether baroreflex sensitivity (BRS) estimates derived from non-causal and causal approaches applied to spontaneous systolic arterial pressure (SAP) and heart period (HP)
more » ... tuations can help in identifying subjects at risk of developing AKD after CABG and which BRS estimates provide the best performance. Electrocardiogram and invasive arterial pressure were acquired from 129 subjects (67 ± 10 years, 112 males) before (PRE) and after (POST) general anesthesia induction with propofol and remifentanil. Subjects were divided into AKDs (n = 29) or no AKDs (noAKDs, n = 100) according to the AKD development after CABG. The non-causal approach assesses the transfer function from the HP-SAP cross-spectrum in the low frequency (LF, 0.04-0.15 Hz) band. BRS was estimated according to three strategies: (i) sampling of the transfer function gain at the maximum of the HP-SAP squared coherence in the LF band; (ii) averaging of the transfer function gain in the LF band; (iii) sampling of the transfer function gain at the weighted central frequency of the spectral components of the SAP series dropping in the LF band. The causal approach separated the two arms of cardiovascular control (i.e., from SAP to HP and vice versa) and accounted for the confounding influences of respiration via system identification and modeling techniques. The causal approach provided a direct estimate of the gain from SAP to HP by observing the HP response to a simulated SAP rise from the identified model structure. Results show that BRS was significantly lower in AKDs than noAKDs during POST regardless of the strategy adopted for its computation. Moreover, all the BRS estimates during POST remained associated with AKD even after correction for demographic and clinical factors. Non-causal and causal BRS estimates exhibited similar performances. Baroreflex impairment is associated with post-CABG AKD and both non-causal and causal methods can be exploited to improve risk stratification of AKD after CABG.
doi:10.3389/fphys.2019.01319 pmid:31681021 pmcid:PMC6813722 fatcat:jwbbfchkwbbqjhx6zfviaj2wje

Evaluation of the impact of surgical aortic valve replacement on short-term cardiovascular and cerebrovascular controls through spontaneous variability analysis

Alberto Porta, Angela Fantinato, Vlasta Bari, Francesca Gelpi, Beatrice Cairo, Beatrice De Maria, Enrico Giuseppe Bertoldo, Valentina Fiolo, Edward Callus, Carlo De Vincentiis, Marianna Volpe, Raffaella Molfetta (+2 others)
2020 PLoS ONE  
Investigation: Alberto Porta, Angela Fantinato, Vlasta Bari, Enrico Giuseppe Bertoldo, Valentina Fiolo, Edward Callus. Formal Funding acquisition: Alberto Porta.  ...  Fantinato, Vlasta Bari, Enrico Giuseppe Bertoldo, Valentina Fiolo, Edward Callus. analysis: Alberto Porta, Vlasta Bari.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0243869 pmid:33301491 fatcat:v7cba2serjaclkunwjc6kbk544

Plant–environment interactions through a functional traits perspective: a review of Italian studies

Stefano Chelli, Michela Marignani, Elena Barni, Alessandro Petraglia, Giacomo Puglielli, Camilla Wellstein, Alicia T. R. Acosta, Rossano Bolpagni, Luca Bragazza, Giandiego Campetella, Alessandro Chiarucci, Luisa Conti (+57 others)
2019 Plant Biosystems  
Recently floral traits, such as flowering phenology, floral morphology and anther position, have been proved to influence the co-existence of co-flowering species in speciesrich communities (Fantinato  ...  Plant-animal interactions in pollination and dispersal, which influence the maintenance of plant populations and communities (Fantinato et al. 2018a; Morales & Traveset 2008) have been scarcely investigated  ... 
doi:10.1080/11263504.2018.1559250 fatcat:2ulaq547hng6xjvbfntzufml7m

2012 Reviewers List

2013 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
Eugster F Shaokun Fan Xinxin Fan Marcelo Fantinato Csilla Farkas Zaiwen Feng Eduardo B. Fernandez Diogo Ferreira Joao E.  ...  Khazankin Babak Khosravifar Adam Kiezun Minkyong Kim Soo Kim Ekkart Kindler Irwin King Markus Kirchberg Matthias Klusch Ryan Kok Leong Ko Leonid Kof Ivo Koga Derrick Kondo Tevfi k Kosar Angela  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2013.14 fatcat:w6nqp6rmtjbhjoa47zqo5r5pzq

INTERFACES DA PESQUISA EM COMUNICAÇÃO NA REGIÃO AMAZÔNICA

Francisco Gilson Rebouças Porto Junior
2019 Aturá  
O sexto artigo é intitulado A REPRESENTAÇÃO NO DISCURSO JORNALÍSTICO: o Movimento dos Povos Indígenas no G1 Roraima dos autores Bryan Chrystian Costa Araújo e Raphael Fantinato Moura.  ...  O primeiro, DESERTOS DE INFORMAÇÃO NO JORNALISMO INTERNACIONAL BRASILEIRO de Angela Zamin e Jakson Dal Magro, analisam as manchetes da editoria de internacional nas capas dos jornais O Estado de S.  ... 
doaj:df0d4a71600e40a6bd223a9d9363e012 fatcat:dot5ckq4fjb7rin4ml3gbiia4y

Editorial

Liv Sovik, Maria Fantinato
2020 Revista ECO-Pós  
Liv Sovik (UFRJ) Lucas Murari (UFRJ) Maria Fantinato (Columbia University) Com a colaboração da Equipe Editorial da Revista ECO-Pós.  ...  O debate político, por sinal, também é uma questão presente em "Possibilidades e limites do conceito de "mito político": aspectos genealógicos e operacionais da noção nos estudos de Comunicação", de Angela  ... 
doi:10.29146/eco-pos.v23i1.27541 fatcat:agnyatpmqzczfeo5jayr562vxy

Tecnologia na enfermagem: uma revisão bibliográfica

Jesiel da Silva Santos, Edson Ribeiro de Britto de Almeid Junior, Greicequerli Nogueira, Adriana Ângela de Brito
2022 Research, Society and Development  
Esse tipo de pesquisa é viável quando o intuito, do pesquisador, é investigar o que já se tem publicado sobre o assunto (Fantinato, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.33448/rsd-v11i3.27051 fatcat:hph2k4tepzehzhfuzsejz46isy

Daloiso, Michele (a cura di) (2016). I Bisogni Linguistici Specifici. Inquadramento teorico, intervento clinico e didattica delle lingue. Trento: Erickson, pp. 308

Giacomo Gardin
2018 Educazione Linguistica Language Education  
Il secondo capitolo, a cura di Dario Ianes, Sofia Cremarotti e Angela Cattoni, discute l'apporto proveniente dagli studi nell'ambito della pedagogia speciale.  ...  Nel capitolo 11 Lerida Cisotto, Silvia Del Longo, Sara Zanini e Annachiara Fantinato discutono gli interventi specifici per l'italiano come L1, individuando nella scrittura un'abilità-chiave su cui si  ... 
doi:10.30687/elle/2280-6792/2017/03/010 fatcat:vlouvvppcbclfcmtyo7yjqiwni

Autoestima e autoconceito infantil, escolaridade parental e sua relação com desempenho escolar no ensino fundamental I

Roberta Nedel, Dienifer Aline Mattos, Angela Helena Marin
2020 Psicologia em Pesquisa  
A literatura tem enfatizado a relação entre a escolaridade dos pais e a motivação para os estudos dos filhos (Charchat-Fichman, 2016; Fantinato & Cia, 2017; Richter, Ghedin, & Marin, 2018) , sendo que  ... 
doi:10.34019/1982-1247.2020.v14.26180 fatcat:b4i24plf2vejnmlkhekqnbukfy

V.1, N.1 - Edição Impressa

Zysman Neiman
2004 Revista Brasileira de Educação Ambiental (RevBEA)  
Franci Mary Fantinato Varoli Lumena Celi Teixeira Crianças do Entorno da Mata de Santa Genebra -O despertar da responsabilidade em uma unidade de conservação Educação ambiental no SESC SP Maria Alice Oieno  ...  Uma experiência na cidade de São Paulo Angela Martins Baeder Neste minicurso pretende-se debater as possiveis contribuições da universidade e seu envolvimento direto -por meio de procesos de educação  ... 
doi:10.34024/revbea.2004.v1.1863 fatcat:d4m666wr7fejta2sqsqpj4y42e

O planejamento estratégico e a visão baseada em recursos (RBV): uma avaliação da tecnologia da informação na gestão hospitalar

Saulo Barbara de Oliveira, Favio Akiyoshi Toda
2013 Revista Eletrônica de Ciência Administrativa  
especializados, os quais vão desde o controle de registro de pacientes, passando pelo diagnóstico e até a mais recente aplicação: a tele medicina (Otto, Catanho, Degrave & Miranda, 2007; Capretz, Toledo, Fantinato  ...  Angela Guiomar Nogueira pelas suas recomendações. 2-Este artigo representa um dos desdobramentos do Projeto GESITI/Saúde, projeto este coordenado pelo Professor Antonio José Balloni, pesquisador do CTI  ... 
doi:10.5329/recadm.2013006 fatcat:uycvoapoxzajrmbpf5iqyrkqjq

Table of Contents

2020 2020 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI)  
Campbell and Nur Zincir-Heywood .......... 1419 Temporal Behavior in Network Traffic as a Basis for Insider Threat Detection Brett Rajchel, John Monaco, Gurminder Singh, Angela Hu, Jarrod Shingleton and  ...  Hearthstone Hao-Cheng Chia, Tsung-Su Yeh and Tsung-Che Chiang .......... 2351 Playing Mega Man II with Neuroevolution Fernando Ishikawa, Leandro Zangirolami, Leonardo Carmo, Fabricio Olivetti and Denis Fantinato  ... 
doi:10.1109/ssci47803.2020.9308155 fatcat:hyargfnk4vevpnooatlovxm4li
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