Thales T. Almeida

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Endophytic fungi live in the interior of healthy plants without causing them any damage. These fungi are of biotechnological interest; they may be used in the biological control of pests and plant diseases, and in the pharmaceutical industry. The aquatic macrophytes Eichhornia azurea (Kunth) and Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) belong to the Pontederiaceae(More)
As mobile devices, access to geographical information, and migration from web 1.0 to web 2.0 advance, users started playing the role of consumers, producers, and communicators. As a result, several internet systems have spawned that collect Volunteered Geographical Information (VGI). VGI collection systems often need to be developed within short timeframes.(More)
In distributed systems, the lack of synchronism among the devices may result in invalid information and hence incorrect decisions. This paper presents DOCS4V, a distributed system for traffic monitoring that minimises the impact of lack of synchronism by assigning a lifetime to the generated information, which is managed according to the local clock of a(More)
Mikania glomerata (Spreng.), popularly known as "guaco", is a plant from the Asteraceae family that has many therapeutic properties. The use of medicinal plants has been examined in studies on endophytic diversity and bioprospecting; endophytes inhabit the interior of plants without harming them. Microorganism-host complex interactions are related to the(More)
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