View of a curved linoleum-topped bar faced with veneer. The saloon features a checkerboard floor with inlaid designs, mirror-backed shelves, chromed edgings and fixtures, a curved stairwell with leadlight windows, and cornices and beams decorated with moulded plasterwork. It is lit by inverted bell-shaped lights hanging from the ceiling. Other details include a radio, vases of flowers and a small table with a receptacle top. Originally known as Askeys and then as Caseys until March 1940, the hotel was purchased by Tooth & Company in July 1923. On completion of rebuilding in January 1941 the hotel was a six storeyed brick structure, with a malthoid roof and a fully tiled ground floor exterior. The architectural style is known as P. & O. Ship Style because of its similarities to ocean liner forms.; Other records relating to this hotel are available at the Archives.
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Lavras; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Agronomia/Fitopatologia; UFLA; brasil; Departamento de FitopatologiaPublicador: Universidade Federal de Lavras; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Agronomia/Fitopatologia; UFLA; brasil; Departamento de Fitopatologia
Cassava is a culture of high socio-economic importance. However, the
nutritional value of the root is poor. It contains little protein, vitamins or
nutrients, such as iron. In addition, the culture suffers quality and productivity
loss due to the occurrence of disease, among which, the main disease is root rot
caused by Fusarium solani. In this sense, we conducted trials adopting bacterial
isolates beneficial to improving the culture. To evaluate the antagonism against
F. solani and the induction of iron accumulation in cassava plants, we used
endophytic and autochthonous bacterial isolates and the GBO3 rhizobacteria. Of
these, AMRAC31 (Rhizobium radiobacter), MGRTSA05 (Bacillus subtilis),
MAIIF2a (Microbacterium imperial) and GBO3 (Bacillus subtilis) promoted
growth, iron accumulation and/or absence of root rot symptoms caused by F.
solani. New trials were conducted with the most promising bacteria for inducing
the accumulation of iron by plants cultivated in nutritive solution. MAIIF2a,
MGRTSA05 and GBO3 were capable of inducing significant iron accumulation
by plants in ideal conditions and iron deficiency conditions. The isolates also
presented fungicide and fungistatic effect, protecting cassava gems and branches
against colonization by F. solani after in vitro bacterization. With the
combination of the obtained results...