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See detailChapter 5: The chemistry, biochemistry and metabolism of thiamin (vitamin B1)
Bettendorff, Lucien ULg

in Preedy, Victor R. (Ed.) B Vitamins and Folate: Chemistry, Analysis, Function and Effects (2012)

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See detailChapter 6 : Agrometeorological forecasting
Gommes, René; Das, Haripada; Mariani, Luigi et al

in WMO/CAgM Guide to Agricultural Meteorological Practices (GAMP) WMO n° 134 (2010)

This chapter presents a set of tools and techniques for crop yield forecasting.

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See detailChapter 6: Belgium
Peeters, Bart ULg

in Stevens, Ton; Fibbe, Gijsbert (Eds.) Hybrid entities and the EU Direct Tax Directives (2015)

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See detailChapter 6: Effective Properties
Noels, Ludovic ULg; Wu, Ling ULg; Adam, Laurent et al

in Ulrich, Prahl; Schmitz, Georg J. (Eds.) Handbook of Software Solutions for ICME (2016)

As one of the results of an ambitious project, this handbook provides a well-structured directory of globally available software tools in the area of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME ... [more ▼]

As one of the results of an ambitious project, this handbook provides a well-structured directory of globally available software tools in the area of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME). The compilation covers models, software tools, and numerical methods allowing describing electronic, atomistic, and mesoscopic phenomena, which in their combination determine the microstructure and the properties of materials. It reaches out to simulations of component manufacture comprising primary shaping, forming, joining, coating, heat treatment, and machining processes. Models and tools addressing the in-service behavior like fatigue, corrosion, and eventually recycling complete the compilation. An introductory overview is provided for each of these different modelling areas highlighting the relevant phenomena and also discussing the current state for the different simulation approaches. A must-have for researchers, application engineers, and simulation software providers seeking a holistic overview about the current state of the art in a huge variety of modelling topics. This handbook equally serves as a reference manual for academic and commercial software developers and providers, for industrial users of simulation software, and for decision makers seeking to optimize their production by simulations. In view of its sound introductions into the different fields of materials physics, materials chemistry, materials engineering and materials processing it also serves as a tutorial for students in the emerging discipline of ICME, which requires a broad view on things and at least a basic education in adjacent fields. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 7 - Impact of Brazil Nut Effect on Concrete’s Structure and its Engineering Properties
Stroeven, Piet; He, Huan ULg

in Doyle, Sophie G. (Ed.) Construction and Building: Design, Materials, and Techniques (2011)

This chapter presents evidence of the impact of the Brazil Nut Effect on concrete’s particulate structure on meso-level (aggregate) as well as on micro-level (cement paste). Brazil nut effect is compared ... [more ▼]

This chapter presents evidence of the impact of the Brazil Nut Effect on concrete’s particulate structure on meso-level (aggregate) as well as on micro-level (cement paste). Brazil nut effect is compared to more commonly recognized features like the wall effect. The information is mostly obtained on virtual concrete produced by discrete element modelling systems. The requirements imposed on such systems are indicated and compared to sequential random addition systems that are still common in concrete technology. In the present case use is therefore made of so called dynamic solutions of physical concurrent algorithm-based modeling systems. Some consequences of BNE for structure and properties are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailCHAPTER 7 NHC-Iron, Ruthenium and Osmium Complexes in Catalysis
Delaude, Lionel ULg; Demonceau, Albert ULg

in Diez-Gonzalez, Silvia (Ed.) N-Heterocyclic Carbenes: From Laboratory Curiosities to Efficient Synthetic Tools, 2nd Edition (2017)

In this chapter, the catalytic applications of organometallic species - either pre-formed or generated in situ - based on Group 8 transition metals and N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) ligands are surveyed ... [more ▼]

In this chapter, the catalytic applications of organometallic species - either pre-formed or generated in situ - based on Group 8 transition metals and N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) ligands are surveyed. Although the coordination chemistry of iron with NHCs was first explored in the 1970s, the use of NHC-Fe complexes in catalysis did not start until the new millennium and is still in its infancy. Significant developments reported thus far concern mainly polymerisation, cyclisation, coupling, or reduction reactions. Other important transformations mediated by NHC-Fe species have been reported in organometallic synthesis and biocatalysis. Contrastingly, the chemistry of NHC-Ru complexes has reached an unprecedented level of maturity, thanks to the relentless research efforts thrown into the development of olefin metathesis catalysts. Other carbon skeletal transformations based on NHC-Ru promoters include cyclopropanation, allylation, or cycloisomerisation reactions. Some of them were carried out in tandem with olefin metathesis. Lastly, with only a handful of reports to date concerning olefin metathesis and hydrogen transfer reactions, NHC-Os-based catalysis can hardly be considered anything else than a curiosity. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 7 NHC-Iron, Ruthenium and Osmium Complexes in Catalysis
Delaude, Lionel ULg; Demonceau, Albert ULg

in Diez-Gonzalez, Silvia (Ed.) N-Heterocyclic Carbenes (2011)

In this Chapter, the catalytic applications of organometallic species -either pre-formed or generated in situ- based on Group 8 transition metals and N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) ligands are surveyed ... [more ▼]

In this Chapter, the catalytic applications of organometallic species -either pre-formed or generated in situ- based on Group 8 transition metals and N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) ligands are surveyed. Thus far, only a few reports on the use of NHC-Fe complexes in organic catalysis are available, although significant work has been reported in the related field of biocatalysis. Contrastingly, the chemistry of NHC-Ru complexes has reached an unprecedented level of maturity, thanks to the relentless research efforts thrown into the development of olefin metathesis catalysts. Other carbon skeletal transformations based on NHC-Ru promoters include cyclopropanation, allylation, or cycloisomerisation reactions. Lastly, with only two reports to date concerning olefin metathesis and transfer hydrogenation, NHC-Os-based catalysis can hardly be considered anything else than a curiosity. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 7 – Neuronal Circuitries During Inner Ear Development
defourny, jean; Delacroix, Laurence ULg; Malgrange, Brigitte ULg

in Romand, raymond; Varela-Nieto, Isabel (Eds.) Development of auditory and vestibular systems (2014)

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See detailChapter 7: Planning of the river Ourthe in Wallonia, Belgium.
Petit, F.; Pirotton, Michel ULg; Philippart, J. C. et al

in River design and environmental protection in Europe. (1999)

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See detailChapter 7: Thiamine
Bettendorff, Lucien ULg

in Zemplini, Janos; Suttie, John W.; Gregory, Jesse F. (Eds.) et al Handbook of Vitamins, 5th Edition (2014)

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See detailChapter 7: Uncertainty quantification
Richardson, Andrew D.; Aubinet, Marc ULg; Barr, Alan G. et al

in Aubinet, Marc; Vesala, Timo; Papale, Dario (Eds.) Eddy Covariance: A Practical Guide to Measurement and Data Analysis (2012)

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See detailChapter in Basin report for Meuse case on updated research questions and detailed research plan for month 25-42, including a new work package description
Joziasse, Jan; Vink, Jos; Kessels, Eric et al

Report (2006)

The work plan for the period Month 25 – 42 is presented in this deliverable. The activities foreseen are a logical follow-up of the past activities, so no major updates compared to the previous ... [more ▼]

The work plan for the period Month 25 – 42 is presented in this deliverable. The activities foreseen are a logical follow-up of the past activities, so no major updates compared to the previous description of work (covering months 13 – 24) was needed. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter in BASIN report on structured research results for further interpretation in terms of management tools/approaches for river basin management (INTEGRATOR), and in terms of EU policy impacts (EUPOL), delivered to the steering committee and Overview of analysis results for the Dommel catchment system
Joziasse, Jan; Vink, J.; Brouyère, Serge ULg

Report (2005)

An overview is presented of the research activities conducted by several AquaTerra work packages (BASIN, TREND, FLUX, BIOGEOCHEM) in the Meuse basin, with the emphasis on two specific sites: the Walloon ... [more ▼]

An overview is presented of the research activities conducted by several AquaTerra work packages (BASIN, TREND, FLUX, BIOGEOCHEM) in the Meuse basin, with the emphasis on two specific sites: the Walloon region and the Dommel catchment. The preliminary results and the relevance for management issues are presented. Furthermore, the progress in the formation of a stakeholder group and the organisation of a workshop with these stakeholders is reported. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter XVI: Artists and sportsmen
Peeters, Bart ULg

in Van de vijver, Anne (Ed.) The new US-Belgium double tax treaty (2009)

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See detailChapter6 : Genetic Improvement of Growth
Rougeot, Carole ULg; Mélard, Charles ULg

in Farming Of Eurasian perch. Volume 1: Juvenile production. (2008)

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See detailChaque étudiant de master est-il capable d'auto-évaluer efficacement ses ressources, dans le cadre d'une approche par compétences ?
Sadzot, Agnès ULg; Poumay, Marianne ULg; Maillart, Christelle ULg

Conference (2012, May)

La communication expose les résultats issus de la comparaison entre performance réelle des étudiants et auto-évaluation de celle-ci. Elle tente de répondre aux questions de recherche suivantes : l ... [more ▼]

La communication expose les résultats issus de la comparaison entre performance réelle des étudiants et auto-évaluation de celle-ci. Elle tente de répondre aux questions de recherche suivantes : l'étudiant est-il capable de s'autoévaluer efficacement ? Sont-ce véritablement les meilleurs étudiants qui s'autoévaluent le mieux ? Les étudiants s'améliorent-ils en cours d'année ? Observe-t-on des différences en termes d'auto-évaluation selon le type de ressources évaluées (savoir versus savoir-faire) ? Elle discute ensuite des pistes de régulation du Master (orthophonie, ULg) issues de cette étude. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Character of Cain in The Towneley Plays
Hamélius, Paul ULg

in Journal of Comparative Literature (1903), 1(1), 324-344

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See detailThe Character of Râma in Bhâsa's Abhisheka
Verpoorten, Jean-Marie ULg

in Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica (1995), 66

Bref résumé de la pièce de Bhāsa (3e s.de n.è.) intitulée « Le couronnement » . A travers 6 actes dont trois se passent sans la présence de Rāma sur scène, nous suivons le héros épique et ses alliés dans ... [more ▼]

Bref résumé de la pièce de Bhāsa (3e s.de n.è.) intitulée « Le couronnement » . A travers 6 actes dont trois se passent sans la présence de Rāma sur scène, nous suivons le héros épique et ses alliés dans leur guerre contre le prince des démons (rākṣasa) Rāvaņa qui a kidnappé Sītā, l’épouse de Rāma. Parmi les personnages, citons les singes Hanumān, Sugrīva et Vālin, ainsi que le démon repenti Vibhīṣaņa ligués avec Rāma contre les démons Rāvaņa et son fils Indrajit. Après la mort de ceux-ci, Rāma est saisi par le doute : sa femme l’aurait-elle trompé avec son pire ennemi Rāvaņa ? Ulcérée, Sītā veut se jeter dans les flammes, mais le dieu du feu Agni intervient pour la sauver, et les deux époux révèlent à tous leur vraie identité. Ils sont Viṣņu et Laksmī. Au dernier § se trouve une liste de 26 épithètes attribuées à Rāma par les protagonistes du drame. [less ▲]

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See detailCharacteriation of GPR101 expression across different species
Trivellin, G; Bjelobaba, I; Daly, Adrian ULg et al

in Abstract book - ENDO 2015 (2015, March)

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See detailCharacterisation and biochemical properties of predominant lactic acid bacteria from fermenting cassava for selection as starter cultures
Kostinek, M.; Specht, I.; Edward, V. A. et al

in International Journal of Food Microbiology (2007), 114(3), 342-351

A total of 375 lactic acid bacteria were isolated from fermenting cassava in South Africa, Benin, Kenya and Germany, and were characterised by phenotypic and genotypic tests. These could be divided into ... [more ▼]

A total of 375 lactic acid bacteria were isolated from fermenting cassava in South Africa, Benin, Kenya and Germany, and were characterised by phenotypic and genotypic tests. These could be divided into five main groups comprising strains of facultatively heterofermentative rods, obligately heterofermentative rods, heterofermentative cocci, homofermentative cocci and obligately homofermentative rods, in decreasing order of predominance. Most of the facultatively heterofermentative rods were identified by phenotypic tests as presumptive Lactobacillus plantarum-group strains, which also comprised the most predominant bacteria (54.4% of strains) isolated in the study. The next predominant group of lactic acid bacteria (14.1% of total isolates) consisted of obligately heterofermentative rods belonging either to the genus Lactobacillus or Weissella, followed by the heterofermentative cocci (13.9% of isolates) belonging to the genera Weissella or Leuconostoc. Homofermentative cocci were also isolated (13.3% of isolates). Biochemical properties such as production of alpha-amylase, p-glucosidase, tannase, antimicrobials (presumptive bacteriocin and H2O2-production), acidification and fermentation of the indigestible sugars raffinose and stachyose, were evaluated in vitro for selection of potential starter strains. A total of 32 strains with one or more desirable biochemical properties were pre-selected and identified using rep-PCR fingerprinting in combination with 16S rRNA sequencing of representative rep-PCR cluster isolates. Of these strains, 18 were identified as L. plantarum, four as Lactobacillus pentosus, two each as Leuconostoc fallax, Weissella paramesenteroides and Lactobacillus fermentum, one each as Leuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. mesenteroides and Weissella cibaria, while two remained unidentified but could be assigned to the L. plantarum-group. These strains were further investigated for clonal relationships, using RAPD-PCR with three primers, and of the 32 a total of 16 strains were finally selected for the development as starter cultures for Gari production. (C) 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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