Produções dos pesquisadores do LaHorTA

Emanuel Maia, Ana Paula Dalazen, Scheila Cristina Biazatti, Marcelo Lucian Ferronato, Anna Frida Hatsue Modro

 

Objetivou-se conhecer o potencial de múltiplos usos das espécies florestais utilizadas em recuperação de áreas degradadas na Zona da Mata Rondoniense entre 2013 e 2015. A maioria das espécies (91,9%) apresentou potencial para uso múltiplo sendo indicadas para fins madeireiro, apícola, alimentação animal e humana, medicinal, ornamental, oleaginosa, artesanal, sementes, cosmético, extração de resina e fixação biológica de nitrogênio, apresentando uma maior opção exploratória para o agricultor familiar proporcionando-lhes uma fonte de renda alternativa com menor dano ambiental.
 
Para obter o trabalho, acese: http://www.aba-agroecologia.org.br/revistas/index.php/cad/article/view/19544.

Abstract

This paper is a study about formation of commercial strategies by producers of honey and its sub product from the Southern area of Rondônia State in Brazil. This region is the leadingproducerof honey and honey by-products in Rondônia State. This study was based on the theory of the strategic formation dimensions, which was adapted to the agribusiness peculiarities. This paper’s aim is to identify the strategies that affect the beekeepers’s commercialization process in Southern Rondônia.

Keywords: Smallholder farming; Agribusiness; Amazon rain forest region; Comercialization; Strategy; Honey

Para acessar o artigo completo, visite: http://ror.isrj.org/ArticleDetails.aspx?id=1947

SOUZA, J. A. ; SOUZA, E.F.M. ; MODRO, A. F. H. ; PEDRO FILHO, F. S. ; PORTO, W. S. . Strategies of selling focused on beekeeping in Rondônia, brazilian amazon forest. Review of Research, v. 5, p. 1947, 2015

Abstract
The forest management fits into the concept of sustainable development to use resources without harming the environment and preserve the benefits for future generations. The present research aims to identify the costs of forest management as a way to preserve the Amazon rainforest, to measure the cost advantages and environmental for entrepreneurs, in complying with the law of the New Forest Code. But the rural entrepreneurs were not instructed about information of environmental costs.
Keywords: Amazon; Accounting; Costs; Forest management
 
Para acessar o trabalho completo, visite: http://ror.isrj.org/ArticleDetails.aspx?id=1554
 
CORSO, G. N. P. ; CARNEIRO, A. F. ; SOUZA, J. A. ; PORTO, W. S. ; SOUZA, E.F.M. . Cost In Forest Management: A Case of Study In The Amazon Region of Western Brazilian, State of Rondônia, Brazil. Review of Research, v. 4, p. 1554, 2015.
 
 
 

ABSTRACT

This study aimed to assess the importance of quality and quantity of pollen on the development of colonies in different seasons. The field experiment was conducted at the Apiary of the Department of Entomology and Acarology of Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture, using five beehives of A. mellifera. In order to characterize the quality of pollen, researchers considered measures of total dry mass (g) and the physical-chemical and pollen composition of pollen load and bee bread samples. The development of hives was assessed according to the area covered by pollen, honey, and brood population in the hive (cm²), as well as fluctuating asymmetry of worker bee wings. Spearman’s correlation was calculated among the assessed parameters. The value of ether extract of pollen loads was the only component that was related to the development of hives, its value increased as the area occupied by pollen in the hive decreased (-0.3200*), and as the difference of the number of hamuli of right and left hind wings increased (0.3317*). There was a positive relationship between the wealth (0.3150*) and evenness (0.3019*) of pollen composition and the size of brood population inside the hive. It was concluded that the development of the colony, mainly considering the area occupied by brood, is more successful with increased quantity, wealth, and evenness of collected pollen.

KEY WORDS: Apis mellifera, fluctuating asymmetry, physical-chemical composition, bee nutrition, bee pollen

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MODRO, A. F. H. ; Marchini, L.C. ; Maia, Emanuel ; Moreti, A.C.C.C. . Influence of pollen on the development of africanized bee colonies (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Sociobiology, v. 59, p. 395-405, 2012. 

Gusmão, Mirian ; Maia, Emanuel ; SANTANA, E. ; MOURA, J. ; EVARISTO, A. P. ; JESUS, A. G. ; MODRO, A. F. H. . FLORÍSTICA E FITOSSOCIOLOGIA DO COMPONENTE ARBÓREO DE SISTEMAS AGROFLORESTAIS NA ZONA DA MATA RONDONIENSE. In: IX Congresso Brasileiro de Agroecologia, 2015, Sinop. Anais do I Congresso Florestal de Mato Grosso, 2015. p. ECO-073.

RESUMO
Este artigo analisa a dinâmica socioprodutiva em torno da cadeia produtiva da mandioca no território rural Médio Jequitinhonha em
Minas Gerais. Pode-se dizer, com base nos resultados obtidos, que a cadeia produtiva da mandiocultura e seus derivados tem grande
importância para a geração de renda e garantia da reprodução social da agricultura familiar no território.
PALAVRAS CHAVE:cadeia produtiva; desenvolvimento territorial; ruralidade; agricultura familiar

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Souza, E. F. M. ; Silva, M. G. ; Silva, S. P. . A cadeia produtiva da mandiocultura no Vale do Jequitinhonha (MG): uma análise dos aspectos socioprodutivos, culturais e da geração de renda para a agricultura familiar. Revista Isegoria - Ação Coletiva em Revista, v. 1, p. 73-84, 2012.