2018
DOI: 10.19180/1809-2667.v20n32018p304-316
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Exploração extrativa do mexilhão Perna perna (Mollusca: Bivalvia) no estado do Rio de Janeiro e suas questões socioculturais, educacionais, governamentais, ambientais e de saúde coletiva: uma revisão de literatura

Abstract: Esta revisão objetivou reunir informações sobre questões socioculturais, educacionais, governamentais, ambientais e de saúde coletiva sobre os manipuladores do mexilhão Perna perna no estado do Rio de Janeiro e a necessidade de capacitação em Boas Práticas e Educação Continuada. Identificaram-se artigos publicados de 2006 até 2016. A busca foi realizada em diversas bases de dados eletrônicas. O checklist “Critical Appraisal Skills Programme” (CASP) avaliou a qualidade metodológica. Quinze artigos satisfizeram … Show more

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“…Studies have highlighted the importance of P . perna as a natural environmental engineer and as a major source of protein for human consumption (Antunes & Mesquita, 2018; Freitas & Velastin, 2010). However, in Brazil, the Ministry of Environment produced a report listing P .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Studies have highlighted the importance of P . perna as a natural environmental engineer and as a major source of protein for human consumption (Antunes & Mesquita, 2018; Freitas & Velastin, 2010). However, in Brazil, the Ministry of Environment produced a report listing P .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Defining P. perna as invasive to the western Atlantic coast of South America has numerous political implications. Studies have highlighted the importance of P. perna as a natural environmental engineer and as a major source of protein for human consumption (Antunes & Mesquita, 2018;Freitas & Velastin, 2010). However, in Brazil, the Ministry of Environment produced a report listing P. perna as an established exotic species (Lopes et al, 2009).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%