Márcia Arocha Gularte

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1 Biologist, M.Sc., Technical Supervisor of GP/Vetquímica. Rua Livramento, 456, CEP: 99025-500 Passo Fundo, RS, Brazil. E-mail: alexamoras@yahoo.com.br 2 Agronomy student, CNPq PIBIC research. 3 Agronomyst Ing., Science and Technology Agroindustry Graduating Doctor. 4 Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA), National Wheat Research Centre(More)
The characteristics of modern life has led consumers to seek convenience and speed in food preparation, but storage, which is often prolonged, can result in grain hardening, leading to higher energy consumption during preparation, grain with increased hardness is often discarded. Due to the increasing global demand for grain, the use of alternative(More)
Colostrum silage is an anaerobic fermentation methodology of excess farm colostrum used to conserve and provide as milk replacement for calves. The present study aimed to evaluate the levels of immunoglobulins present in bovine colostrum silage and its absorption by newborn calves. The concentration of immunoglobulins was determined in fresh colostrum and(More)
Drug consumption, sexual promiscuity, extreme poverty, and low educational level place street children at high risk of sexually transmitted diseases. A prospective study was conducted of 143 street children attending a sexually transmitted disease clinic in Guatemala City over a three month period in 1991. 11 of the children were aged 7-10 years, 47 were(More)
The effects of five processing forms on the content of phenolic compounds, antioxidant capacity, and saponin content in quinoa grains were evaluated. The processes included washing, washing followed by hydration, cooking (with or without pressure), and toasting. The highest content of phenolic compounds was obtained after cooking under pressure; however,(More)
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