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Revista Agraria Academica; doi:10.32406/v1n12018

Renata De Freitas Barroso , Instituto Luterano De Ensino Superior De Itumbiara, Carolina Alves Pereira, Carlos André Gonçalves, Narcisa Silva Soares
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/55-61/agrariacad

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The world is going through a period of calamity, a pandemic caused by the coronavirus. The situation began in China and has spread to its world surroundings. A means of combat attributed to society was isolation and social distancing, which could relate to the environment. The objective of this work is a systematic comparative review of the positive and negative impacts that the pandemic has caused on the environment. A systematic survey was conducted at PUBMED, Scielo and Google Academic, in the months of August to October 2020 using indexers. There are several positive points with pandemic related to the environment, however the indiscriminate use of materials has increased, being a negative point. It is perceived that the environment breathed with the measure of social isolation, but still needs various care.
Paula Lima De Oliveira , University Center of the Integrated Faculties of Ourinhos, Stéfany Lima Souza, Natália Camila Minucci Bonatto , Nathalia Lopes Tavares Da Silva , Aline Martins Mancebo, Maria Rachel Melo Bosculo , Luiz Daniel De Barros , Beatriz Perez Floriano, Breno Fernando Martins De Almeida , et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/105-116/agrariacad

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The present determined the hematological alterations of healthy dogs at the peak of postprandial hypertriglyceridemia. Twenty-four clinically healthy dogs had blood samples collected to perform complete blood count on three consecutive days at the same time every day: first day after a 12-hour fast; second day three hours after feeding with commercial feed, during the peak of postprandial lipemia; and third day after a 12-hour fast. Feeding led to an increase in MCHC, hemoglobin and white blood cell count due to the increase in segmented neutrophil, monocyte and eosinophil concentrations. A significant increase in total plasma protein content was also observed. Postprandial condition at the peak of hypertriglyceridemia influences hematological parameters of healthy dogs, which is an important finding, however transient, when interpreting laboratory blood tests.
Julianna Matos da Silva Soares, Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Manassés Dos Santos Silva , Fernanda Dos Santos Nascimento, Zalmar Santana Gonçalves, Thaise Ramos De Souza, Taise Conceição Rodrigues , Yan Moreira Sousa , Hirlanda Brito Farias De Souza, Embrapa Mandioca E Fruticultura, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n6/2020/86-95/agrariacad

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The objective of this work was to conduct a research on the banana consumption preference in the city of Cruz das Almas, Bahia. The results showed that 94 people were female, 82 males and 10 did not report, totaling 186 respondents. Regarding banana consumption, 44.0% reported consuming the fruit daily because of its nutritional value (29.0%). The attribute obtained 45.0%, being the preference for the cultivar Prata (51.0%). A percentage of 46.0% was observed for in natura consumption. The largest purchase site was in free markets with 59.0%. With this, the banana consumers preferences allow to establish strategies for the development of new cultivars.
Bárbara Emanuelle Brito Melo, Universidade Federal do Piauí, Lucas Gonçalves Da Silva, Francisco Das Chagas Cardoso Junior, Werner Rocha Albuquerque, Ana Carolina Monteiro Viana Chaves, João Gabriel Melo Rodrigues, Lauro Cesar Soares Feitosa, Taciana Galba Da Silva Tenório
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/40-47/agrariacad

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Foreign body syndrome is an inflammatory disease, caused by the ingestion of a perforating foreign body, most often metallic. Adult dairy cattle are most affected. Depending on the direction that the foreign body takes when it reaches the reticulum, it can reach adjacent organs and cause reticulum peritonitis or reticulum traumatic pericarditis. It can cause unspecific signs such as fever, changes in rumen motility and cardiac signs. The diagnosis consists of observation of clinical signs, evidence of pain, ultrasound, hematology, blood biochemistry and analysis of cavitary effusions. The treatments normally used are conservative, with or without magnet and rumenotomy.
Lino Manuel Vicente Sangumbe , Universidade José Eduardo dos Santos, Rosalina Jamba Calucongolo, David Mande Mário, Marcelo José Garcia Villagra
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/48-54/agrariacad

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This work aimed to morphologically characterize Eucalyptus dunni and E. urograndis to the application of hydrogel. By determining the morphological parameters of the seedlings and then of the plantations in the field, after the application of the hydrogel, the characterization was carried out. The first stages, was the production of seedlings - where their morphological characteristics were determined. The second was the evaluation of growth in the field - where the morphological characteristics of the plants were determined when applying the hydrogel. The results showed that the morphological characteristics of the seedlings were adequate for the final place (field). In the field, the best result were achieved in T1, thus demonstrating the efficiency of the hydrogel.
Pedro Henrique Viana Rebêlo, Universidade Federal do Piauí, Flávio De Sousa Oliveira, Rafael Gabino Cavalcante, Francisco Das Chagas Cardoso Junior, Raphael Bernardo Da Silva Neto, Sabrina Thabla Pereira Lopes, Bárbara Emanuelle Brito Melo, Ana Lys Bezerra Barradas Mineiro, Lauro Cesar Soares Feitosa, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/6-15/agrariacad

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The present work aims to estimate the seroprevalence of Bovine Enzootic Leukosis - LEB and to identify the risk factors associated with seroreactivity for infection by the LEB virus, in cattle from herds raised in the Teresina Microregion, in the State of Piaui, Brazil. 420 blood samples were examined in 14 municipalities belonging to the microregion, the technique used for the research was Immunodiffusion in Agar Gel (IDGA). There was a prevalence rate of 19.52% (82/420) of seroreagent animals, with the occurrence of at least one animal positive for LEB in each herd evaluated. The results show that prevention and control measures are necessary for better surveillance of herds.
Álvaro José Chávez Silva, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Leticia Regina Reginato Martins, Vanessa Milech, Bernardo Nascimento Antunes, Angel Ripplinger, Gabriela Coradini, Paula Ivanir Schimites, Byron Flores Somarriba , Marcella Linhares, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/72-85/agrariacad

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The aim of this work was to compare three techniques of local blockade, as part of a multimodal protocol in cats submitted to videoassisted ovariectomy (OVH). This study included 38 cats, assigned to four groups (control; incisional block, intraperitoneal block and block of the ovarian arteriovenous complex). Pain was assessed using Analogue Visual Scale, Pain Scale of the UNESP and Composite Multimodal Pains Scale-Feline, prior and after surgery. Anesthetic and analgesic protocols provided adequate post-surgical analgesia in most cats. It is concluded that the intraperitoneal administration of lidocaine may be a useful technique to reduce trans-surgical pain, while the use of incisional infiltration with this medication improves early postoperative pain in videosurgeries.
Luis Felype Garcia De Sousa Caldas, Ciência E Tecnologia Do Amazonas Instituto Federal De Educação, Jamires Silva De Souza, Paulo Cesar Gonçalves De Azevedo Filho, Jomel Francisco Dos Santos
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/62-71/agrariacad

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The management and clinic of ruminants can always involve the risk of accidents due to several factors. Therefore, this work aimed to present the main care that the veterinarian buiatra must have, as well as its role in the information of biosafety to all involved in the livestock activities. Through literature review, the main information on biosafety in the ruminant clinic was added and showed how the dangers of accidents can be minimized, as well as the prevention of zoonoses. The veterinarian buiatra is of great importance in the dissemination of biosafety measures in rural areas, being an important health promoter of all involved.
Julianna Matos da Silva Soares, Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Manassés Dos Santos Silva , Fernanda Dos Santos Nascimento, Zalmar Santana Gonçalves, Thaise Ramos De Souza, Taise Conceição Rodrigues , Yan Moreira Sousa , Hirlanda Brito Farias De Souza, Embrapa Mandioca E Fruticultura, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/86-95/agrariacad

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The objective of this work was to conduct a research on the banana consumption preference in the city of Cruz das Almas, Bahia. The results showed that 94 people were female, 82 males and 10 did not report, totaling 186 respondents. Regarding banana consumption, 44.0% reported consuming the fruit daily because of its nutritional value (29.0%). The attribute obtained 45.0%, being the preference for the cultivar Prata (51.0%). A percentage of 46.0% was observed for in natura consumption. The largest purchase site was in free markets with 59.0%. With this, the banana consumers preferences allow to establish strategies for the development of new cultivars.
Hébert Fernandes De Brito , Instituto Federal Do Norte De Minas Gerais, Wagner Azis Garcia De Araújo , Bruna Pereira Siqueira, Sinthia Pereira Siqueira, Dielly Inês De Oliveira Lacerda, Universidade Estadual de Montes Claros
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/16-25/agrariacad

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The objective was to evaluate the best method for the calculation of electrolyte balance for Japanese quails using the EB and TEB calculation. 240 Japanese quails were used, during the 25 to 85 days of life, with 5 treatments, where these with the same value of BE 250 μeq kg-1 and TEB having 750, 1000, 1250, 1500 and 1750 μeq kg-1, 8 replicates and 6 birds per experimental unit. Performance parameters and egg quality were analyzed. The different TEB were able to influence the performance and quality of japanese quail eggs.
Natalia Dias Lima , Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados, Jaqueline Rosemeire Verzignassi, Munir Mauad , José Alexandre Agiova Da Costa, Claudia Barrios De Liborio, Fábio Adriano Santos E Silva, Welinton Fernandes Vieira, Embrapa Gado De Corte, Embrapa Ovinos E Caprinos, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/26-39/agrariacad

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The objective of this work was to evaluate the effects of growth management at different times of uniformization in plants of Brachiaria brizantha cv. BRS Paiaguás, associated with application of boron doses, quantifying the effects in the flowering and emission of reproductive tillers, and in the quantity and quality of pollen. The trial was conducted at Embrapa Gado de Corte in Campo Grande, MS, Brazil, in the 2018/2019 harvest, using a randomized block design with four replications, organized in a 3x5 factorial scheme, in which the three plant uniformization seasons consisted of, non-standardized (free growth), standardized at 67 days or 81 days after sowing, and the applications of five doses of boron, zero (control), 1, 2, 4 and 8 kg ha-1. The different doses of boron applied did not influence flowering, as well as reproductive tillering and the quantity and viability of pollen grains. The standardization management of the plants prolonged the flowering period of the cultivar. Plants kept in free growth showed greater quantity and viability of pollen grains, while the other uniformity times reduced the viability of pollen grains. Environmental factors such as precipitation and temperature interfered with reproductive tillering and viability of pollen grains.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n62020/96-104/agrariacad

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This paper describes the clinical, laboratory and anatomopathologic findings of sheep affected by abomasum compaction. Clinically, the presence of a firm structure located in the abomasal region stands out. The hematology and ruminal fluid analyze revealed neutrofilia with regenerative left shift, hyperfibrinogenimia, fauna and flora impairment and chloride concentration of (39,33 mEq/L) respectively. Macroscopically, a distended and compacted abomasum was observed with the presence of type IV ulcers and diffuse serofibrinous peritonitis. These results confirm the severity of the abomasum compaction in small ruminants. Therefore, guidelines related to animal feed management practices, especially in times of drought are necessary to reduce the occurency of this disease.
Hébert Fernandes De Brito , Instituto Federal Do Norte De Minas Gerais, Wagner Azis Garcia De Araújo , Luciano Xavier Dos Santos, Herbeth Leite Colares, Dérek Freitas Ferreira, Thiago De Figueiredo Souza, Geziana Moreira Seles, Luiz Rodolfo Antunes Quaresma
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/116-121/agrariacad

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Nutrition is responsible for most of the production costs and the formulation of balanced diets is of paramount importance to provide better productive performance and greater economic efficiency. Thus, the emergence of industrial amino acids allowed the elaboration of diets based on the ideal protein, providing an amino acid profile closer to the animals' needs, improving the use of nutrients and decreasing the excretion of dietary nitrogen in the environment. In view of the benefits presented using the ideal protein concept in the formulation of diets, this review aimed to show its application in poultry and swine nutrition
Mary Jane Tweedie De Mattos, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Viviana Pereira, Sandra Márcia Tietz Marques
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/82-88/agrariacad

Arivonaldo Vaniel Da Silva , Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Antônio Ricardo Santos De Andrade, Débora Karine Souza Lopes
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/134-146/agrariacad

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This study aimed to evaluate the knowledge of health professionals and students about leishmaniasis in the region of the southern Pernambuco region. Data collection was performed between July and August 2016, based on the application of questionnaires to 94 health professionals and their analysis was based on descriptive and inferential statistics techniques. The association between the knowledge of leishmaniasis and health professionals was verified, although veterinarians have demonstrated greater knowledge of leishmaniasis compared to other professionals interviewed in the health area at a significant level of p  0.05.
Anthony Marcos Gomes Dos Santos, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Ismaela Maria Ferreira De Melo , Érique Ricardo Alves, Laís Caroline Da Silva Santos, Jaiurte Gomes Martins Da Silva, Maria Vanessa Da Silva, Valéria Wanderley Teixeira, Álvaro A. C. Teixeira
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/25-35/agrariacad

Luiza De Campos Menetrier, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Sandra Márcia Tietz Marques , Mary Jane Tweedie De Mattos
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/14-24/agrariacad

Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/147-154/agrariacad

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Sapindus saponaria, a brazilian tree species, known as soldier soap, is used in civil construction, landscaping, urban afforestation and reforestation. The objective of this study with this species was to identify the most efficient pre-germinative treatments for breaking the dormancy of its seeds. For this purpose, eight treatments plus the control were tested. The parameters used were the germination percentage and the germination speed index (IVG). As a result, based on the IVG, it was found that the best treatments were: hydrochloric acid, sandpaper and fire, not differing statistically from each other, the first two being superior to the control. For germination and IVG, acetone and hot water showed lower results than the control.
Keylla Acacio Dos Santos, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Cristiane Otto De Sá, José Luiz De Sá, Camila Xavier Costa, Ismar Lima Farias, Lígia Maria Gomes Barreto, Empresa Brasileira De Pesquisa Agropecuária, Mater Consultoria E Treinamentos Agropecuários Ltda
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/54-70/agrariacad

Mariana Pacheco De Sousa, Universidade Federal do Piauí, Wanderson Gabriel Gomes De Melo, Nágila Iane Pacheco, Elís Rosélia Dutra De Freitas Siqueira Silva, S.B. Araújo, João Macedo De Sousa, Centro Universitário Unifacid Wyden, Universidade Estadual do Piauí
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/71-81/agrariacad

Thatyane Carla De Lima, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Raquel Ribeiro Colares, Antônio Flávio Medeiros Dantas, José Wilton Pinheiro Junior, Raylson Pereira De Oliveira, Carla Lopes De Mendonça , José Augusto Bastos Afonso , Jobson Filipe De Paula Cajueiro, Rodolfo José Cavalcanti Souto, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/5-13/agrariacad

Sandra Márcia Tietz Marques , Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Luiza De Campos Menetrier , Jacqueline Meyer
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/89-99/agrariacad

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This study evaluates the occurrence of gastrointestinal and pulmonary parasites in 266 domestic cats through stool examinations performed in 2018. The cats were adults of several breeds, with tutors and residents in the city of Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The samples were processed by the methods of Baermann, Willis-Mollay, Lutz and Faust. The occurrence of parasitized cats was 21% (56/266). The parasitic genera were identified: Giardia (26,8%), Toxocara (26,8%), Cystoisospora (17,8%), Ancylostoma (5,3%), Entamoeba (3,6%), Dipylidium (1,8%), Toxocara/Cystoisospora (1,8%), Toxocara/Dipylidium (1,8%) and L1 larvae of Aelurostrongylus abstrusus (14,3%). The occurrence of parasitic infections was significant for zoonotic parasites.
Luiz Eduardo Santos Lazzarini, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Gabrielen De Maria Gomes Dias, Samia Torres Silva, Neilton Antônio Fiusa Araújo, Joyce Dória , Moacir Pasqual, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Universidade Federal de Lavras
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n5/2020/36-43/agrariacad

Guilherme Arruda Cezar, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Antônio Santana Santos Filho, Júlio César Vieira, Bárbara Souza Fantin, Pábola Santos Nascimento, Maria Madalena Pessoa Guerra, André Mariano Batista, A. Wischral, Instituto Agronômico De Pernambuco, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/44-53/agrariacad

Luiz Eduardo Santos Lazzarini, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Gabrielen De Maria Gomes Dias, Samia Torres Silva, Neilton Antônio Fiusa Araújo, Joyce Dória , Moacir Pasqual, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Universidade Federal de Lavras
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/36-43/agrariacad

Marina Camargo De Sousa , Universidade de Sorocaba, Julia Ronzani Vial, Rodrigo H. F. Teixeira , Andrea Cristina Higa Nakaghi
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n5/2020/100-107/agrariacad

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Birds of the psittaciform order, composed by the Psittacidae and Loridae family have several characteristics making them more frequently kept as companion animals, promoting the increase of breeding sites in Brazil. The present study aimed to analyze the specificity and sensitivity of three different coproparasitological tests, Willis, Hoffman and Direto de feces, through statistical tests: Chi-Square and Kappa. 70 fecal samples of exotic parrots were collected from a commercial breeding site and these were submitted to the three tests, totaling 210 coproparasitological exams. Among the tests performed, 29,5% were positive for nematode eggs, cestodes and oocysts. Coproparasitological exams are inexpensive, have clinical importance, indicating the population of endoparasites and therapeutic treatments.
Ana Clara Sarzedas Ribeiro , Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Ângela Imperiano Da Conceição , Tatiane Vitor Da Silva , Bruna Higino De Souza Silva , Poliana Araújo Silva, Édipo Moreira Campos , Gliére Silmara Leite Soares , José Augusto Bastos Afonso , Universidade Federal de Campina Grande
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/122-133/agrariacad

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The objective was to conduct a systematic review on vagus indigestion in ruminants. This syndrome, caused by vagus nerve dysfunction and characterized by motility disorders of the pre-stomachs and abomasum, is categorized into four types, based on the location of the functional disorder: type I or failure in eructation, type II or failure in omasal transport, type III or failure in the pyloric flow and type IV or indigestion caused by advanced pregnancy. Due to its clinical and economic importance for cattle breeding, it is essential to approach this disease, aiming to expand knowledge and promote the correct diagnosis by veterinarians working in the field of internal medicine for ruminants.
Marina Camargo De Sousa , Universidade de Sorocaba, Julia Ronzani Vial, Rodrigo H. F. Teixeira , Andrea Cristina Higa Nakaghi
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n52020/100-107/agrariacad

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Birds of the psittaciform order, composed by the Psittacidae and Loridae family have several characteristics making them more frequently kept as companion animals, promoting the increase of breeding sites in Brazil. The present study aimed to analyze the specificity and sensitivity of three different coproparasitological tests, Willis, Hoffman and Direto de feces, through statistical tests: Chi-Square and Kappa. 70 fecal samples of exotic parrots were collected from a commercial breeding site and these were submitted to the three tests, totaling 210 coproparasitological exams. Among the tests performed, 29,5% were positive for nematode eggs, cestodes and oocysts. Coproparasitological exams are inexpensive, have clinical importance, indicating the population of endoparasites and therapeutic treatments.
Marta Lizandra Do Rêgo Leal , Federal University of Santa Maria, Adelina Rodrigues Aires, Silvana Giacomini Collet , Marceli Pazini Milani, Thirssa H. Grando , Diego Zeni, Fernanda Costabeber, Cláudia Medeiros Rodrigues, Carlos Bondan , et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/78-86/agrariacad

Pablo Israel Israel Alvarez Romero , Escuela Superior Politécnica De Chimborazo, João Paulo Honorato Machado, Eduardo Seiti Gomide Mizubuti, Norma Soledad Erazo Sandoval, Ana Francisca Tibúrcia Amorim Ferreira E Ferreira , Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Universidade Federal do Amazonas
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/57-65/agrariacad

Sybele Lima Mello, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Sandra Márcia Tietz Marques , Carolina Rigotto Murari, Mary Jane Tweedie De Mattos
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/112-118/agrariacad

Luiza Peters De Souza, Mary Jane Tweedie De Mattos, Sandra Márcia Tietz Marques , Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/119-129/agrariacad

Gilmar Junior Brum De Melo, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Tarcisio Rangel Do Couto, Damarys Pereira De Almeida, Camila Souza Soares, Luan Marcolino Maneti, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/26-33/agrariacad

Uila Almeida Aragão Alcantara, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Rodolpho Almeida Rebouças, Regina Nóbrega De Assis, Leonardo Magno De Souza, Emanuel Felipe De Oliveira Filho, Carla Lopes De Mendonça , Pierre Castro Soares , José Augusto Bastos Afonso
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/34-50/agrariacad

Geisson De Araújo Negreiros, Universidade Federal do Acre, Cristina Sá De Lima , Antonia Valcemira Domingos De Oliveira , Doralice Pereira Rodrigues, Edcarlos Miranda De Souza , Henrique Jorge De Freitas
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/87-98/agrariacad

Erika Freire De Sousa, Universidade do Estado do Amazonas, Rodrigo Ferreira Gonzaga, Ana Clara De Castro Ferreira
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/181-185/agrariacad

Lourival Barros De Sousa Brito Pereira, Gabriella Mignac Wanderley Brito, Lucas Marinho Neves, Júlio Cézar Dos Santos Nascimento, Thaiza Helena Tavares, Liana Mesquita Vilela, Centro Universitário Mauricio De Nassau, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/141-146/agrariacad

Welliton Carneiro Da Silva , Instituto Luterano De Ensino Superior De Itumbiara, Narcisa Silva Soares
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/163-180/agrariacad

Débora Tatyane Oliveira Xavier, Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná, Fabricio Nilo Lima Da Silva , Priscila Pinho Soares, Marta Caroline Silva Da Cruz, Thais Patrício Torres, Wilson Rogério Boscolo, Altevir Signor , Ciência E Tecnologia Do Pará Instituto Federal De Educação, Faculdade Estácio De Belém
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/14-25/agrariacad

Rafael Artur Da Silva Júnior, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, André Mariano Batista, Andrea Alice Da Fonseca Oliveira , Antonio Santana Dos Santos Filho, Pierre Castro Soares , Sebastião I. Guido, C.C. Bartolomeu, Instituto Agronômico De Pernambuco
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/51-56/agrariacad

Lourival Barros De Sousa Brito Pereira, Gabriella Mignac Wanderley Brito, Magda Maria De Abreu Silva, Lucas Marinho Neves, Flávia Castilho Nolasco De Souza, Júlio Cézar Dos Santos Nascimento, Centro Universitário Mauricio De Nassau, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/147-152/agrariacad

Wellington Samay De Melo, Ciência E Tecnologia De Pernambuco Instituto Federal De Educação, Marcelo De Andrade Ferreira, Dulciene Karla De Andrade Silva, Kedes Paulo Pereira, Josimar Santos De Almeida, Anna Christine Alencar Fotius, Maria Luciana Menezes Wanderley Neves, Carolina Corrêa De Figueirêdo Monteiro, Lígia Maria Gomes Barreto, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/153-162/agrariacad

Rafaela Queiroz Da Costa, Universidade Federal do Agreste de Pernambuco, Jayr De Moraes Silva, Alysson Paulo Dos Santos Godoi, Saulo De Tarso Gusmão Silva , Emanuela Polimeni Mesquita, Marcela Figuerêdo Duarte Moraes, Nivan Antonio Alves De Lima, José Augusto Bastos Afonso , Daniela Oliveira, et al.
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/4-13/agrariacad

Orlando Sílvio Caires Neves , UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DA BAHIA, C. S. Fior , Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/66-77/agrariacad

Adhonai Abrantes , Faculdade De Ciências Biomédicas De Cacoal, Carolina Fourgiotis Rodrigues , Marcos Antonio De Oliveira , Universidade Estadual Paulista
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/130-140/agrariacad

Jennifer Souza Tomaz , Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Sulianne Idalior Paião Rosado, Suelen Cristina De Sousa Lima, Danielly Ferreira De Araújo, Narrúbia De Oliveira Almeida Martins
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n42020/99-111/agrariacad

Sandra Márcia Tietz Marques , Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Jacqueline Meyer, Laura Souza Fernandes, Marcelo Meller Alievi
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n32020/237-241/agrariacad

Letícia Nogueira Matias De Oliveira Rufino, Universidade Federal do Piauí, Francisco Das Chagas Cardoso Junior, Semaias De Sousa Almeida, Bárbara Emanuelle Brito Melo, Lauro Cesar Soares Feitosa, Taciana Galba Da Silva Tenório
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n32020/289-295/agrariacad

Jakson Dos Santos Nascimento, Universidade Federal do Cariri, Leandro Alves Pinto, Marcos Silva Tavares, Felipe Thomaz Da Camara
Revista Agraria Academica, Volume 3; doi:10.32406/v3n32020/138-148/agrariacad

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