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dc.contributor.advisor1Rodrigues, Aline Sueli de Lima-
dc.contributor.advisor1Latteshttp://lattes.cnpq.br/9179710253427937pt_BR
dc.contributor.advisor-co1Pinto, Guilherme Malafaia-
dc.contributor.advisor-co1Latteshttp://lattes.cnpq.br/7222293518573336pt_BR
dc.contributor.advisor-co2Cardoso, Cristiane de Fátima dos Santos-
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dc.contributor.referee1Silva, Ives Charlie da-
dc.contributor.referee1Latteshttp://lattes.cnpq.br/3558629630506008pt_BR
dc.contributor.referee2Rodrigues, Fernando Postalli-
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dc.creatorAlvarez, Tenilce Gabriela da Silva-
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dc.date.accessioned2021-06-23T15:09:52Z-
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dc.date.issued2021-05-25-
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dc.description.abstractAnimal behavior represents an important biomarker in environmental impact assessments, as it has high sensitivity. However, its analysis requires the use of efficient and reliable tools to measure behavioral changes in animals exposed to different environmental conditions. In this sense, the software stands out for bringing together precision and reliability in the analyses, reducing the chances of human errors in the evaluations. Although these are excellent allies of scientific research, currently those available on the market are mostly restricted, few allow adaptations to include specific variables related to other groups of animals, in addition most of these software is targeted to a small amount bioindicators, leaving some in the background, such as amphibians. Thus, the aim of this study was to develop the first version of the TADBIO software, an open-source and free-distribution application aimed at semi-automatic analysis of the behavior of tadpoles. Searches for ethograms of the model system Physalaemus cuvieri were performed without success. Therefore, an ethogram for the species was elaborated in a laboratory environment, to gather the behaviors and plan the software development. The development tools used were NetBeans IDE and Scene Builder. Coding was performed using JavaFx and FXML programming languages. From a sampling effort of 45 h (2,700 min), 18 behaviors were observed, identified and described. A careful selection was carried out in the behaviors identified for the selection of those who presented themselves as suitable for semi- automatic recording and of interest in laboratory studies. Regarding the software, three interfaces were developed. The initial screen allows entry to the settings panel, the second allows you to configure the analysis of behaviors and the third, which is the screen for recording and quantifying the analyses. From the validation tests, the first version of the TADBIO software proved to be efficient in recording the behaviors of interest. It is believed that it can contribute significantly to behavioral assessments of representatives of the amphibian group, since it was developed in a way that addresses the main behaviors detected in the laboratory for the P. cuvieri model system.pt_BR
dc.description.resumoO comportamento animal representa um biomarcador importante em avaliações de impactos ambientais, uma vez que apresenta elevada sensibilidade. Porém, sua análise requer o uso de ferramentas eficientes e confiáveis para a mensuração de mudanças comportamentais nos animais expostos a diferentes condições ambientais. Nesse sentido, os softwares se destacam por reunirem precisão e confiabilidade nas análises, reduzindo as chances de erros humanos nas avaliações. Embora estes sejam excelentes aliados das pesquisas científicas, atualmente os que se encontram disponíveis no mercado são a maioria possuem restrições, poucos permitem adaptações para inclusão de variáveis específicas relacionadas a outros grupos de animais, além disso a maioria desses softwares são direcionados a uma quantidade pequena de bioindicadores, deixando alguns em segundo plano, a exemplo dos anfíbios. Com isso, o objetivo do presente estudo foi desenvolver a primeira versão do software TADBIO, um aplicativo de código aberto e de distribuição gratuita direcionado à análise semiautomática do comportamento de girinos. Buscas por etogramas do sistema modelo Physalaemus cuvieri foram realizadas sem se obter sucesso. Portanto, um etograma para a espécie foi elaborado em ambiente laboratorial, para reunião dos comportamentos e planejamento do desenvolvimento software. As ferramentas de desenvolvimento utilizadas foram NetBeans IDE e Scene Builder. A codificação foi realizada através das linguagens de programação JavaFx e FXML. A partir do esforço amostral de 45 h (2.700 min), 18 comportamentos foram observados, identificados e descritos. Realizou-se uma seleção minuciosa nos comportamentos identificados para a seleção daqueles que se apresentaram aptos para o registro semiautomático e de interesse nos estudos laboratoriais. Em relação ao software, foram desenvolvidas três interfaces. A tela inicial que possibilita a entrada no painel de configurações, a segunda que permite configurar a análise dos comportamentos e a terceira, que é a tela de registro e quantificação das análises. A partir dos testes de validação, a primeira versão do software TADBIO mostrou-se eficiente no registro dos comportamentos de interesse. Acredita-se que ele pode colaborar de forma significativa para avaliações comportamentais de representantes do grupo dos anfíbios, uma vez que foi desenvolvido de forma direcionada aos principais comportamentos detectados em laboratório para o sistema modelo P. cuvieri.pt_BR
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dc.publisherInstituto Federal Goianopt_BR
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dc.publisher.programPrograma de Pós-Graduação em Conservação de Recursos Naturais do Cerradopt_BR
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dc.rightsAcesso Abertopt_BR
dc.subjectEtograma Physalaemus cuvieript_BR
dc.subjectComportamento de girinospt_BR
dc.subjectJavaFXpt_BR
dc.subjectCódigo abertopt_BR
dc.subjectAnálise semiautomáticapt_BR
dc.subject.cnpqCIENCIAS BIOLOGICASpt_BR
dc.titleTADBIO: UM SOFTWARE ASSISTENTE PARA ANÁLISE COMPORTAMENTAL DE GIRINOS EM AMBIENTE LABORATORIALpt_BR
dc.title.alternativeTADBIO: AN ASSISTANT SOFTWARE FOR BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS OF TADBIONS IN A LABORATORY ENVIRONMENTpt_BR
dc.typeDissertaçãopt_BR
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