Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais

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Ano de defesa: 2020
Autor(a) principal: DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo lattes
Orientador(a): ALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino de
Banca de defesa: SANTORO, Flávia Rosa, ARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de Sousa, FEITOSA, Ivanilda Soares, ARAÚJO, Elcida de Lima
Tipo de documento: Dissertação
Tipo de acesso: Acesso aberto
Idioma: por
Instituição de defesa: Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
Programa de Pós-Graduação: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica
Departamento: Departamento de Biologia
País: Brasil
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Link de acesso: http://www.tede2.ufrpe.br:8080/tede2/handle/tede2/8794
Resumo: The use of plants for medicinal purposes is one of the strategies developed by people who contribute to the formation of local medical systems. In these systems, in addition to using plants individually, people make use of some vegetable mixtures such as bottles, syrups and lickers, considered in this study as vegetable complexes. These plant complexes are produced from experiments and perpetuated by the transmission of knowledge, a process that is susceptible to undergo unintended changes in information. These changes in information are called "Theory of Cultural Evolution" as "Cultural Mutation". When these mutations occur unintentionally, they are called "Information Mutation", when they occur intentionally, they are called "Guided Variation". In the case of Mutation of information (focus of the dissertation), these are one of the main factors that can lead to the establishment of “Poorly adapted traits” (plants used for medicinal purposes that do not have the desired effectiveness) in local medical systems. For this purpose, we seek to identify the plants used as medicinal and which of these are being used in plant complexes, in addition to verifying the existence of mutation of information. Data were collected in the Lagoa do Junco community, located in the state of Alagoas, Northeast Brazil. For data collection, semi-structured interviews were used to address local knowledge about medicinal plants used in isolation and in plant complexes, together with the collection and identification of botanical material. In addition, in a second step, we access the perception of efficiency of all informants who mentioned producing vegetable complexes, in order to identify perceptions related to the effectiveness of the plants that are part of these preparations. In addition, we used this step to verify whether the information changes that occurred were random (mutation) or whether they were intentional (Guided variation). The data were analyzed using the R development environment (R Core Team, 2017), with the aid of the “lme4” package for multilevel analysis. Of the 120 interviewees, 108 mentioned producing or using some type of vegetable complex. The vegetable complexes mentioned by the individuals totaled 141, equivalent to 07 types of medicinal baths, 39 teas, 26 bottles, 64 lickers and 05 types of syrups. The plants used for isolated use and in vegetable complexes were totaled in 52 species and are deposited in the Herbarium Dárdano de Andrade Lima IPA-PE. We found that there is a mutation of information in the local medical system associated with the knowledge of medicinal plants. However, it was found that the occurrence of information mutation is greater for some factors when compared to others. For example, the average mutation rate is higher for the use of isolated plants than for plants used in plant complexes, this difference being significant (p = 0.02); the average mutation rate is higher for medicinal function than for part of the plants used as a medicinal form, this difference being significant (p <0.001). In addition, it was found that there is no relationship between mutation and perceived efficiency of medicinal plants by the informants (p = 0.19) and that the changes in information become more random (mutation) than intentional (Guided variation) ( p <0.001).
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spelling ALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino deNASCIMENTO, André Luiz Borba doSILVA, Taline Cristina daSANTORO, Flávia RosaARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de SousaFEITOSA, Ivanilda SoaresARAÚJO, Elcida de Limahttp://lattes.cnpq.br/0337997007533680DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo2023-01-03T16:03:42Z2020-02-18DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo. Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais. 2020. 38 f. Dissertação (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica) - Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Recife.http://www.tede2.ufrpe.br:8080/tede2/handle/tede2/8794The use of plants for medicinal purposes is one of the strategies developed by people who contribute to the formation of local medical systems. In these systems, in addition to using plants individually, people make use of some vegetable mixtures such as bottles, syrups and lickers, considered in this study as vegetable complexes. These plant complexes are produced from experiments and perpetuated by the transmission of knowledge, a process that is susceptible to undergo unintended changes in information. These changes in information are called "Theory of Cultural Evolution" as "Cultural Mutation". When these mutations occur unintentionally, they are called "Information Mutation", when they occur intentionally, they are called "Guided Variation". In the case of Mutation of information (focus of the dissertation), these are one of the main factors that can lead to the establishment of “Poorly adapted traits” (plants used for medicinal purposes that do not have the desired effectiveness) in local medical systems. For this purpose, we seek to identify the plants used as medicinal and which of these are being used in plant complexes, in addition to verifying the existence of mutation of information. Data were collected in the Lagoa do Junco community, located in the state of Alagoas, Northeast Brazil. For data collection, semi-structured interviews were used to address local knowledge about medicinal plants used in isolation and in plant complexes, together with the collection and identification of botanical material. In addition, in a second step, we access the perception of efficiency of all informants who mentioned producing vegetable complexes, in order to identify perceptions related to the effectiveness of the plants that are part of these preparations. In addition, we used this step to verify whether the information changes that occurred were random (mutation) or whether they were intentional (Guided variation). The data were analyzed using the R development environment (R Core Team, 2017), with the aid of the “lme4” package for multilevel analysis. Of the 120 interviewees, 108 mentioned producing or using some type of vegetable complex. The vegetable complexes mentioned by the individuals totaled 141, equivalent to 07 types of medicinal baths, 39 teas, 26 bottles, 64 lickers and 05 types of syrups. The plants used for isolated use and in vegetable complexes were totaled in 52 species and are deposited in the Herbarium Dárdano de Andrade Lima IPA-PE. We found that there is a mutation of information in the local medical system associated with the knowledge of medicinal plants. However, it was found that the occurrence of information mutation is greater for some factors when compared to others. For example, the average mutation rate is higher for the use of isolated plants than for plants used in plant complexes, this difference being significant (p = 0.02); the average mutation rate is higher for medicinal function than for part of the plants used as a medicinal form, this difference being significant (p <0.001). In addition, it was found that there is no relationship between mutation and perceived efficiency of medicinal plants by the informants (p = 0.19) and that the changes in information become more random (mutation) than intentional (Guided variation) ( p <0.001).A utilização de plantas para fins medicinais é uma das estratégias, desenvolvidas pelas pessoas, que contribuem na formação de sistemas médicos locais. Nesses sistemas, além de utilizarem plantas de forma individual, as pessoas fazem uso de algumas misturas vegetais como garrafadas, xaropes e lambedores, considerados neste estudo como complexos vegetais. Esses complexos vegetais são produzidos a partir de experimentações e perpetuados por transmissão de conhecimento, processo que é suscetível a sofrer alterações nas informações. Essas mudanças nas informações são denominadas pela “Teoria da Evolução Cultural” como “Mutação Cultural”. Quando essas mutações ocorrem de modo não intencional, são denominadas de “Mutação de Informações”, quando ocorrem de modo intencional, são de nominadas de “Variação Guiada”. No caso de Mutação de informações (foco da dissertação), essas são um dos principais fatores que podem levar ao estabelecimento de “Traços mal adaptados” (plantas utilizadas para fins medicinais que não possuem a eficácia desejada) em sistemas médicos locais. Nesse contexto, este estudo investiga se os complexos vegetais funcionam como pontos de acúmulo de mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais. Para tanto, buscamos identificar as plantas utilizadas como medicinais e quais dessas estariam sendo utilizadas em complexos vegetais, além de verificarmos a existência de mutação de informações. Os dados foram coletados na comunidade Lagoa do Junco, localizada no estado de Alagoas, Nordeste do Brasil. Para coleta de dados foi utilizado entrevistas semiestruturadas para abordar o conhecimento local sobre plantas medicinais utilizadas de forma isolada e em complexos vegetais, junto a coleta e identificação do material botânico. Além disso, em um segundo momento, acessamos a percepção de eficiência de todos os informantes que citaram produzir complexos vegetais, com intuito de identificar percepções relacionadas a efetividade das plantas que fazem parte desses preparados. Além do mais, utilizamos esta etapa para verificar se realmente as mudanças de informações que ocorriam eram aleatórias (mutação) ou se eram intencionais (variação Guiada). Os dados foram analisados usando o ambiente de desenvolvimento R (R Core Team, 2017), com o auxílio do pacote “lme4” para a análise multinível. Dos 120 entrevistados, 108 citaram produzir ou utilizar algum tipo de complexo vegetal. Os complexos vegetais citados pelos indivíduos foram totalizados em 141, equivalente a 07 tipos de banhos medicinais, 39 chás, 26 garrafadas, 64 lambedores e 05 tipos de xaropes. As plantas utilizadas para uso isolado e em complexos vegetais foram totalizadas em 52 espécies e encontram-se depositadas no Herbário Dárdano de Andrade Lima IPA-PE. Verificamos que há uma existência de mutação de informações no sistema médico local associado ao conhecimento de plantas medicinais. No entanto, conforme algumas hipóteses testadas no estudo, verificou-se que a ocorrência de mutação de informações é maior para alguns fatores quando comparado á outros. Por exemplo, a média da taxa de mutação é superior para o uso de plantas isoladas do que para plantas utilizadas em complexos vegetais, sendo essa diferença significativa (p=0,02); a média da taxa de mutação é superior para função medicinal do que para parte das plantas utilizadas como forma medicinal, sendo essa diferença significativa (p<0,001). Além disso, verificou-se que não existe uma relação entre mutação e eficiência percebida das plantas medicinais pelos informantes (p=0,19) e que as mudanças de informações tornam-se mais aleatória (mutação) do que intencional (variação Guiada) (p<0,001).Submitted by (lucia.rodrigues@ufrpe.br) on 2023-01-03T16:03:42Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Janilo Italo Melo Dantas.pdf: 691373 bytes, checksum: e018f796f6d2d7af0a1c74c48e0e40ce (MD5)Made available in DSpace on 2023-01-03T16:03:42Z (GMT). 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title Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
spellingShingle Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo
Etnobotânica
Planta medicinal
Evolução cultural
Sistema médico local
CIENCIAS BIOLOGICAS::BOTANICA
title_short Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
title_full Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
title_fullStr Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
title_full_unstemmed Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
title_sort Mutação de informações em sistemas médicos locais sobre o uso de complexos vegetais
author DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo
author_facet DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo
author_role author
dc.contributor.advisor1.fl_str_mv ALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino de
dc.contributor.advisor-co1.fl_str_mv NASCIMENTO, André Luiz Borba do
dc.contributor.advisor-co2.fl_str_mv SILVA, Taline Cristina da
dc.contributor.referee1.fl_str_mv SANTORO, Flávia Rosa
dc.contributor.referee2.fl_str_mv ARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de Sousa
dc.contributor.referee3.fl_str_mv FEITOSA, Ivanilda Soares
dc.contributor.referee4.fl_str_mv ARAÚJO, Elcida de Lima
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dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv DANTAS, Janilo Ítalo Melo
contributor_str_mv ALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino de
NASCIMENTO, André Luiz Borba do
SILVA, Taline Cristina da
SANTORO, Flávia Rosa
ARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de Sousa
FEITOSA, Ivanilda Soares
ARAÚJO, Elcida de Lima
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv Etnobotânica
Planta medicinal
Evolução cultural
Sistema médico local
topic Etnobotânica
Planta medicinal
Evolução cultural
Sistema médico local
CIENCIAS BIOLOGICAS::BOTANICA
dc.subject.cnpq.fl_str_mv CIENCIAS BIOLOGICAS::BOTANICA
description The use of plants for medicinal purposes is one of the strategies developed by people who contribute to the formation of local medical systems. In these systems, in addition to using plants individually, people make use of some vegetable mixtures such as bottles, syrups and lickers, considered in this study as vegetable complexes. These plant complexes are produced from experiments and perpetuated by the transmission of knowledge, a process that is susceptible to undergo unintended changes in information. These changes in information are called "Theory of Cultural Evolution" as "Cultural Mutation". When these mutations occur unintentionally, they are called "Information Mutation", when they occur intentionally, they are called "Guided Variation". In the case of Mutation of information (focus of the dissertation), these are one of the main factors that can lead to the establishment of “Poorly adapted traits” (plants used for medicinal purposes that do not have the desired effectiveness) in local medical systems. For this purpose, we seek to identify the plants used as medicinal and which of these are being used in plant complexes, in addition to verifying the existence of mutation of information. Data were collected in the Lagoa do Junco community, located in the state of Alagoas, Northeast Brazil. For data collection, semi-structured interviews were used to address local knowledge about medicinal plants used in isolation and in plant complexes, together with the collection and identification of botanical material. In addition, in a second step, we access the perception of efficiency of all informants who mentioned producing vegetable complexes, in order to identify perceptions related to the effectiveness of the plants that are part of these preparations. In addition, we used this step to verify whether the information changes that occurred were random (mutation) or whether they were intentional (Guided variation). The data were analyzed using the R development environment (R Core Team, 2017), with the aid of the “lme4” package for multilevel analysis. Of the 120 interviewees, 108 mentioned producing or using some type of vegetable complex. The vegetable complexes mentioned by the individuals totaled 141, equivalent to 07 types of medicinal baths, 39 teas, 26 bottles, 64 lickers and 05 types of syrups. The plants used for isolated use and in vegetable complexes were totaled in 52 species and are deposited in the Herbarium Dárdano de Andrade Lima IPA-PE. We found that there is a mutation of information in the local medical system associated with the knowledge of medicinal plants. However, it was found that the occurrence of information mutation is greater for some factors when compared to others. For example, the average mutation rate is higher for the use of isolated plants than for plants used in plant complexes, this difference being significant (p = 0.02); the average mutation rate is higher for medicinal function than for part of the plants used as a medicinal form, this difference being significant (p <0.001). In addition, it was found that there is no relationship between mutation and perceived efficiency of medicinal plants by the informants (p = 0.19) and that the changes in information become more random (mutation) than intentional (Guided variation) ( p <0.001).
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