ESDAP Escola Superior de Disseny i Arts Plàstiques de Catalunya
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This study aims to find out how Design for All can be applied in healthcare environments. To achieve this, key concepts related to Design for All have been extracted from mostly primary sources, to subsequently categorize the most relevant specific needs of users and exemplify these categories with different design projects. Finally, some consultation sheets have been created so that designers can verify some basic aspects to make their projects Design for All. In short, it is intended to provide design professionals with a simple consultation tool to make their projects more inclusive, taking into account the great diversity of users.
Se presenta un repertorio bio-bibliográfico y un estudio bibliométrico histórico de las obras de ajedrez en España, desde finales del siglo XVIII hasta finales del siglo XIX. Se ha utilizado una metodología basada en la búsqueda y análisis en los fondos documentales de la época y en las bases de datos de las bibliotecas actuales, principalmente de España. La fase interpretativa, junto con un análisis estadístico de cuatro factores –periodo de publicación de las obras, lugar de edición, originalidad o traducción, y tipología– permite describir cada una de las obras de ajedrez publicadas en España, además de contextualizarlas con el momento social de la época. El estudio bibliométrico refuerzaasí el análisis interpretativo sobre la producción ajedrecística española.
The Sympetrum vulgatum (Linnaeus, 1758) complex is composed of the subspecies S. vulgatum vulgatum, S. vulgatum decoloratum (Selys, 1884) and S. vulgatum ibericum Ocharan, 1985 in the West Palaearctic. These taxa have parapatric distributions and noticeable morphological differences in colour and body size, and their taxonomic status is debated. Here we revise the systematics of this group using molecular taxonomy, including molecular analyses of mitochondrial (cytochrome c oxidase subunit I, COI) and nuclear (internal transcribed spacer, ITS1) DNA taking into account known morphological differences. Each subspecies has a unique and differentiated COI haplotype, although divergences among them are low (0.4% maximum uncorrected p-distance). The subspecies are not differentiated by the nuclear marker ITS1. The genetic results for these taxa contrast with the deep divergence of the sister species S. striolatum (Charpentier, 1840). Given current evidence, we propose to maintain the subspecific status of the S. vulgatum complex and hypothesize their biogeographical history. It is likely that the three subspecies became isolated during one of the latest glacial periods, each in a different refugium: S. vulgatum ibericum possibly occupied the Iberian Peninsula, S. vulgatum vulgatum the Balkan Peninsula or territories further east and S. vulgatum decoloratum Anatolia.
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