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PCTI 22 Problemática del desarrollo en México SubComité de Recursos Humanos del Foro Consultivo Científico y Tecnológico Abstract The year 1982 marked a change that may well be described as dramatic: not only GDP did not grew, but fell 0.62%, and became a contraction of 4% the following year. Thereafter, the Mexican economy has experienced a real roller coaster, years of growth alternating with others of contraction, to the extent that established the six-year crisis. The result was that between 1954 and 1981 the country introduced a simple average growth of GDP of about 7%, while from 1982 to date…
PCTI 21 Cultivos Forrajeros Alternativos para Zonas Áridas y Semiáridas B. Murillo-Amador, R. López-Aguilar, J.L. García-Hernández, A. Nieto-Garibay, E. Troyo- Diéguez (CIBNOR), N. Ávila-Serrano (UMAR), J.L. Espinoza-Villavicencio, R. Ortega-Pérez, A. Palacios-Espinosa (UABCS) , A. Plascencia-Jorquera (UABC). Abstract A response to environmental degradation and loss of biodiversity, is the housing of animals, reduction of grazing, and promoting the planting and conservation of alternative new forage crop species with tolerance to drought and / or salinity. This will promote better development and sustainable management of the landscape, providing the food for the animals particularly during periods of drought, thereby reducing the environmental…
PCTI 20 La federalización de la política en ciencia, tecnología e innovación en México Miguel O. Chávez Lomelí Consejo de Ciencia y Tecnología del Estado de Tabasco   Abstract Starting from the daily realities of living in each state, in terms of knowledge needed to address development issues, and the limited local and national capacities to generate them, since the late nineties, the National Network of Councils and State Agencies science and Technology (REDNACECYT) led the discussion on strengthening national systems of science, technology and innovation (STI) as a way to answer this legitimate aspiration for development of the whole…
PCTI 19 La muda y la producción de jaiba suave en Baja California Sur Edilmar Cortés-Jacinto (CIBNOR) Fernando Vega-Villasante (U de G)   Callinectes arcuatus, whose common name is blue crab and / or cuata (Figure 1), is distributed from Baja California, Mexico to Ecuador, and is an ideal resource for the production of soft-shell crab (noncalcified soft-shell) in Baja California Sur. The main interest in this study was to determine how long the Pacific blue crab ecdysis need to achieve according to their size and stage of molt. The increased size and weight after moving in different groups was…
PCTI 18 El agua: principal limitante para la sustentabilidad de La Paz, B.C.S. Arturo Cruz Falcón, Enrique Troyo, Diéguez (CIBNOR), Felipe Salinas González (CICIMAR).   Abstract During the last decade the aquifer of the city of La Paz, BCS has been seriously affected by overfishing. This means they have been extracting greater volumes of water through the pumping wells, which provides natural recharge due to rainfall. This increased exploitation of water due to population growth, which is the product of state development through capital investment, without considering other alternatives for providing this resource, resulting in a poorly planned development. Keywords:…
PCTI 17 Programa de Acercamiento de la Ciencia a la Educación Sara Cecilia Díaz CIBNOR Abstract The dissemination of science and technology requires innovative projects and relevant to students in Mexico, including Baja California sur. In Mexico, is absent a systematic work to approach science to education. It is required a quality program, according to local and regional needs, to place the science and technology as a key element in society. This program should in turn encourage talent identification and training of more scientists for the future, to meet the needs of the twenty-first century Mexico. Keywords: Science, Education, Program.…
PCTI 16 Control del minador de la hoja de albahaca José G. Loya Ramírez UABCS   Abstract Leafminer damage is characterized by the generation of galleries (channels) within the leaf, which significantly reduce crop yield by affecting the plant area that has commercial value. To try to reduce the harm producers make two insecticide applications per week allowed for organic farming with a score erratic and inadequate, it is necessary to know which of the products the market offers, are most effective in protecting the basil leaf miner. Therefore, we developed a research project in order to determine what kind…
PCTI 15 Dengue en Baja California Sur: Un problema actual Vania Verónica Serrano Pinto CIBNOR   Abstract Currently, the incidence of dengue in Baja California Sur, is unknown. There is a considerable increase in the number of dengue cases in recent years in the region, due to the epidemic presence of dengue virus in our state. There are high densities of Aedes aegypti dengue vector and by considering the geographical and climatic characteristics of the state, it is necessary to characterize the problem from an ecosystem approach; for which it must be considered environmental, epidemiological, evolutionary, social, and services variables,…
PCTI 14 Impacto de un canal artificial en “El Mogote” 1A. R. Jiménez-Illescas, 1M. Obeso Nieblas, 1G.B Shirasago y 1H. García-Escobar, y 2M.A.Alatorre-Mendieta 1CICIMAR-IPN, 2UNAM Abstract There is a proposal to build an artificial channel between the narrowest part of the sandy barrier known as "El Mogote" north of "the Committee" and CIBNOR, the proposed channel also join that part of the Bay and Inlet La Paz, in order to facilitate boat traffic. The question that arises is: what are the effects in the Ensenada de La Paz? To answer the above was conducted a research project based on a…
PCTI 13 Vulnerabilidad a la extinción de animales invertebrados 1Pablo del Monte-Luna, 1Víctor Hugo Cruz-Escalona,1Daniel Lluch-Belda y 2Benjamín Marrón Espitia. 1CICIMAR-IPN, 2UABCS Abstract It's common knowledge that humans are causing a global mass extinction. Commercial exploitation and habitat alteration (introduction of exotic species, pollution, land use, physical modification of the environment, etc.) are the main factors that reduce contributions toward the planet's biodiversity, and invertebrates (organisms without backbones) are especially susceptible to them. At sea, it seems that fishing plays a predominant role in this regard. Based on this idea, we make many of the decisions of management and conservation…
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