Camila Rodrigues de Carvalho

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The bivalent chromomeres of maize were analyzed by means of enzymatic treatment with trypsin. The aim was to verify if the effect of swelling observed in human meiotic chromosomes also occurs in these bivalents, and if this morphological change allows a greater visual resolution of the chromomeric pattern. Bivalents treated with trypsin showed a structure(More)
A headspace solid-phase microextraction (HS-SPME) method is developed for the determination of styrene in drinking water. Gas chromatography (GC)-mass spectrometry is utilized for qualitative analysis. A manual SPME holder with 85-microm polyacrylate coating is used to extract the styrene from water, which is determined to have good linearity (correlation(More)
We report the direct detection of two metastable H(2^{2}S) atoms coming from the dissociation of a single cold H(2) molecule, in coincidence measurements. The molecular dissociation was induced by electron impact in order to avoid limitations by the selection rules governing radiative transitions. Two detectors, placed close to the collision center, measure(More)
Endophytic fungi represent ubiquitous microbial organisms able to live in the tissues of different plants around the world and represent a prolific source of bioactive metabolites. In the present study, the endophytic fungus Aspergillus calidoustus was isolated from the medicinal plant Acanthospermum australe (Asteraceae), and identified using molecular,(More)
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