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See detailNotre université dans la cité de demain
Dubuisson, Marcel ULiege

Speech/Talk (1965)

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See detailThe Period of the Spectroscopic Binary and Magnetic Star HD 8441
Renson, Pierre ULiege

in Information Bulletin on Variable Stars (1965), 108

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See detailCinétique de la Décomposition d'ions Métastables polyatomiques
Locht, Robert ULiege

Master's dissertation (1965)

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See detailChitine et phylogénie : application d'une méthode enzymatique de dosage de la chitine
Jeuniaux, Charles ULiege

in Bulletin de la Société de Chimie Biologique (1965), 47(12), 2267-2278

Using a purified preparation of chitinases, an enzymatic method for the specific detection and the quantitative measurement of chitin is described. This method allows the determination of the free chitin ... [more ▼]

Using a purified preparation of chitinases, an enzymatic method for the specific detection and the quantitative measurement of chitin is described. This method allows the determination of the free chitin and of the chitin bound to other substances, as in glycoproteic complexes. This method has been applied to the study of chitin distribution in the animal kingdom. On the basis of this survey, the evolution of chitin biosynthesis is discussed from the point of view of animal phylogeny. [less ▲]

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See detailMétabolisme du tréhalose et du glycogène chez le Ver à soie, en relation avec la mue, le filage et les métamorphoses
Florkin, Marcel ULiege; Jeuniaux, Charles ULiege

in Bulletin de l'Académie royale de Belgique (Classe des Sciences) (1965)

In the silkworm, as is the case in most other insects, trehalose is the principal circulating form of the saccharidic cellular food. The hemolymph contains an enzyme, trehalase, which is normally ... [more ▼]

In the silkworm, as is the case in most other insects, trehalose is the principal circulating form of the saccharidic cellular food. The hemolymph contains an enzyme, trehalase, which is normally inhibited. The inhibation is only suppressed during the periods of molting, causing a decrease of the trahalose concentration and an increase of the amount of free glucose. The muscles and most other tissues, such as the digestive tract, are able to use blood trehalose, thanks to an intracellular trehalase. The epidermis and the silk-glands are devoid of trehalase : they use the free glucose liberated by the hydrolysis of the hemolymph trehalose during the periods of molting and spinning. The problem of the origin of the trehalose is discussed, in the light of recent experiments, in which the incorporation of radioactivity from labelled pyruvate and glucose-1-phosphate into fat-body glycogen and hemolymph trehalose has been followed. The chitin of the cuticle is synthesized at every molting process, partly at the expense of the glucose liberated by the hydrolysis of the trehalose in the hemolymph. On the other hand, the old cuticle is destroyed by the proteolytic and chitinolytic enzymes of the exuvial fluid. The hydrolytic products, especially N-acetylglucosamine, are resorbed by the epidermis and can be used for the biosynthesis of the chitin of the new cuticle. [less ▲]

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See detailRecherche expérimentale relative à la précontrainte partielle des poutres fléchies en béton armé
Brenneisen, Andrej; Campus, Ferdinand ULiege; Dehousse, Nicolas Maurice

in Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (1965), 260

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See detailRépartition des périodes des variables Ap
Renson, Pierre ULiege

in Annales d'Astrophysique (1965), 28

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See detailAction d'un traitement à la réserpine sur l'ulcère de contrainte chez le rat
Djahanguiri, B.; Haot, J.; Richelle, Marc ULiege

in Archives Internationales de Pharmacodynamie et de Thérapie (1965), 153(2), 300-307

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See detailDépôt de carbonate de calcium par congélation et teneur en bicarbonate des eaux résiduelles
Ek, Camille ULiege; Pissart, Albert ULiege

in Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (1965), 260

CaCO3 crystals were obtained by freezing of bicarbonated water. Residual water was supersaturated. CO2 degassing going along with precipitation makes it an irreversible process. Hence the extreme hardness ... [more ▼]

CaCO3 crystals were obtained by freezing of bicarbonated water. Residual water was supersaturated. CO2 degassing going along with precipitation makes it an irreversible process. Hence the extreme hardness of some natural waters during frost. [less ▲]

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See detailA note on behavioral tolerance to meprobamate
Richelle, Marc ULiege

in Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1965), 8(1), 45-46

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See detailPlan d'un dictionnaire de la terminologie pédagogique européenne
de Landsheere, Gilbert ULiege

in Paedagogica Europaea (1965), 1

After recalling that the need for a dictionary of educational terms has been recognised unanimously by the experts of the Council of Europe, the author defmes the object of the work: to produce a ... [more ▼]

After recalling that the need for a dictionary of educational terms has been recognised unanimously by the experts of the Council of Europe, the author defmes the object of the work: to produce a reference instrument which shall promote a better uriderstanding of the work of educational institutions, and shall serve to establish equivalences and bring about a progressive unification of terminology. The content is clearly defined: only those terms will be included which are peculiar to the countnes of the Council of Europe: universal educational ideas, for example, 'slow-leamer', will not be dealt with. The author then reports on specimen soundings of sorne well-known dictionaries and shows that they do not meet the needs outlined. Among the dijficulties to be overcome are: the difficulty of drawing a sharp distinction between educational techniques and institutions, the great divergencies of terminology, the unique character of certain institutions with names that are translatable only with difficulty, the dangers oflinguistic similarities. The author then indicates why, in his view, the three permanent committees of the Council of Cultural Co-operation: higher education, general and technical education and out-ofschool education are concemed with the dictionary. The dictionary will be compiled in two stages: (i} nationallexicons will be prepared, in the language of the country, with translations into French and English (ii) works combining these preliminary lexicons, and a general dictionary will then be published. The rôle of the Council oJEurope and the detailed working-out ofits share in the work are then outlined. [less ▲]

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See detailCometary spectra
Swings, Polydore ULiege

in Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1965), 6

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See detailRayonnement visible et infrarouge : Soleil, étoiles, planètes et comètes
Swings, Polydore ULiege

in Steinberg, J. L. (Ed.) Astronomical observations from space vehicles : Proceedings from Symposium no. 23 held in Liege, Belgium, 17 to 20 august 1964 (1965)

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See detailObservations spectrographiques de la comète "Ikeya-Seki" (1965f) effectuées à l'Observatoire de Haute-Provence
Dufay, Jean; Swings, Polydore ULiege; Fehrenbach, Charles

in Publications de l'Observatoire de Haute-Provence (1965), 8(14), 3

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See detailUn curieux phénomène d'érosion famennienne: les "pains de grès" de Chambralles (Ardenne belge)
Macar, Paul; Ek, Camille ULiege

in Sedimentology (1965), 4

Les carrières de Chambralles, ouvertes dans les bancs de grès verticaux du Famennien supérieur, montrent une grande variété de structures péné-contemporaines de la sédimentation. On y note en particulier ... [more ▼]

Les carrières de Chambralles, ouvertes dans les bancs de grès verticaux du Famennien supérieur, montrent une grande variété de structures péné-contemporaines de la sédimentation. On y note en particulier, sur un banc largement dégagé, des îlots souvent limités par des micro-falaises et de petites masses de grès isolées, de forme arrondie ("pains de grès"). [less ▲]

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See detailLa détermination quantitative des acides gras volatils dans le liquide du rumen par chromatographie en phase gazeuse
Van Eenaeme, Christian ULiege; Bienfait, Jean-Marie ULiege; Lambot, Olivier

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (1965), 109

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See detailAlimentation et production de la viande bovine
Cordiez, Emile ULiege; Bienfait, Jean-Marie ULiege; Lambot, Olivier et al

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (1965), 109

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