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See detailLa céramique de Terqa : le Bronze Ancien
Mas, Juliette ULg

Conference (2006, June)

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See detailLa céramique dentaire: son histoire et son développement
Moureau, Thomas ULg; Van Heusden, Alain ULg

in Revue Belge de Médecine Dentaire = Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Tandheelkunde (2006), 61(1), 9-16

This article presents an historical background of dental ceramics. It synthesises the evolution of such material and its technical improvements from the stone-age to our time. Focusing on the importance ... [more ▼]

This article presents an historical background of dental ceramics. It synthesises the evolution of such material and its technical improvements from the stone-age to our time. Focusing on the importance of dental aesthetics, it shows the investigations realised to upgrade the prosthetic results. [less ▲]

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See detailLa céramique issue des contextes tardo-républicains de la parcelle de la Schola del Traiano (IV, V, 15, 16)
Motta, Lucie ULg

Poster (2014, September)

First results of the new researches about the late republican pottery of the Schola del Traiano archeological excavations conduct at Ostia Antica

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See detailCéramique médiévale trouvée au Palais des Princes-Evêques à Liège
Hoffsummer, Patrick ULg

in Bulletin de l'Institut Archéologique Liégeois (1985), 97

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See detailLa céramique romaine et médiévale
Hoffsummer, Patrick ULg; Peters, Catherine

in Les fouilles de la Place Saint-Lambert à Liège, 1 (1984)

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See detailLa céramique
Deru, Xavier ULg; MATHELART, Pierre

in witrouw, Jacques (Ed.) Le relais routier romain d'Elmer à Outrelouxhe (Modave) (2011)

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See detailLa céramique
Bawin, Julie ULg; Graulich, Jean-Luc

in Duchesne, Jean-Patrick (Ed.) Vers la Modernité. Le XIXe siècle au Pays de Liège (2001)

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See detailLa céramique, témoin privilégié des aspects sociaux et culturels du site mérovingien de Sclayn
Van Wersch, Line ULg

in Husi, Philippe; Hincker, Vincent (Eds.) Actes colloque international, La céramique du Haut Moyen Âge (Ve-Xe siècles) dans le nord-ouest de l’Europe. Bilan et perspectives dix ans après le colloque d’Outreau (2006)

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See detailThe cerato-mandibular ligament: a key functional trait for grazing in damselfishes (Pomacentridae)
Olivier, Damien ULg; Frederich, Bruno ULg; Spanopoulos-Zarco, Milton et al

in Frontiers in Zoology (2014), 11(63), 1-14

Introduction: The success of a taxonomic group can be promoted by a key character that allows the group to interact with its environment in a different way and to potentially occupy new niches. The ... [more ▼]

Introduction: The success of a taxonomic group can be promoted by a key character that allows the group to interact with its environment in a different way and to potentially occupy new niches. The Pomacentridae possess a synapomorphic trait, the cerato-mandibular (c-md) ligament, which joins the hyoid bar to the inner part of the lower jaw. It has previously been shown that this ligament is a key trait in communication in damselfishes because it enables them to slam the oral jaws shut causing teeth collision and sound production. This specific behavior of mouth closing could, however, also be used for other tasks, such as feeding. Many territorial damselfishes are referred to as farmers, due to their ability to manage algal crops on which they feed. This study hypothesizes that the c-md ligament provides an advantage for grazing filamentous algae, and should thus be considered a key trait for farming behavior. Results: The kinematic patterns associated with sound production and biting filamentous algae or attached animal prey are all based on the same mechanism and are associated with a slam of the oral jaws. We observed that transection of the c-md ligaments makes the fish unable to perform such actions. We also counted biting rates on filamentous algae in fish with and without the c-md ligament and observed a drop of more than 80% in the latter. Conclusion: This study shows that the c-md ligament is a key trait both for sound production and for grazing activities in damselfishes. The buccal jaw slam enables the fish to perform accurate strikes on small filamentous algae. This kind of bite probably plays a major role in farming activity and allows grazing damselfishes to occupy distinct niches, possibly increasing their competitive evolutionary success. [less ▲]

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See detailCerato-Mandibular Ligament: a Key Trait in Damselfishes?
Olivier, Damien ULg; Frederich, Bruno ULg; Parmentier, Eric ULg

in Frederich, Bruno; Parmentier, Eric (Eds.) Biology of Damselfishes (2016)

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See detailThe cerato-mandibular ligament: an innovation for sound production and feeding in damselfishes (Pomacentridae).
Olivier, Damien ULg; Frederich, Bruno ULg; Spanopoulos-Zarco, Milton et al

Conference (2014, December 12)

The success of a taxonomic group can be promoted by a key character that allows the group to interact with its environment in a different way and to potentially occupy new niches. The Pomacentridae ... [more ▼]

The success of a taxonomic group can be promoted by a key character that allows the group to interact with its environment in a different way and to potentially occupy new niches. The Pomacentridae possess a synapomorphic trait, the cerato-mandibular (c-md) ligament, which joins the hyoid bar to the inner part of the lower jaw. It has previously been shown that this ligament is a key trait in communication in damselfishes because it enables them to slam the oral jaws shut causing teeth collision and sound production. This specific behavior of mouth closing could, however, also be used for other tasks, such as feeding. Many territorial damselfishes are referred to as farmers, due to their ability to manage algal crops on which they feed. This study hypothesizes that the c-md ligament provides an advantage for grazing filamentous algae, and should thus be considered a key trait for farming behavior. The kinematic patterns associated with sound production and biting filamentous algae or attached animal prey are all based on the same mechanism and are associated with a slam of the oral jaws. We observed that transection of the c-md ligaments makes the fish unable to perform such actions. This study shows that the c-md ligament is a key trait both for sound production and for grazing activities in damselfishes. The buccal jaw slam enables the fish to perform accurate strikes on small filamentous algae. This kind of bite probably plays a major role in farming activity and allows grazing damselfishes to occupy distinct niches, possibly increasing their competitive evolutionary success. [less ▲]

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See detailCeratopycnidium citricola is Byssoloma lueckingii
Lucking, R.; Sérusiaux, Emmanuel ULg; Santesson, R.

in Lichenologist (2002), 34(Part 3), 270-272

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