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See detailConceptions du corps à travers l'acte alimentaire aux XVIIè et XVIIIè siècles
Steinmetz, Rudy ULg

in Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine (1988)

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See detailConceptions et traitements du handicap au fil des temps
Beckers, Jacqueline ULg

in Education : tribune libre (1987), 209

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See detailConceptions of Social Enterprise and Social Entrepreneurship in Europe and the United States
Defourny, Jacques ULg; Nyssens, Marthe

in Kuan, Yu-Yuan; Chan, Kam-Tong; Lu, Wan-Pin (Eds.) et al Social Enterprises in Taiwan and Hong Kong: A Comparison (2012)

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See detailConceptions of Social Enterprise and Social Entrepreneurship in Europe and the United States: Convergences and Divergences
Defourny, Jacques ULg; Nyssens, Marthe

in Journal of Social Entrepreneurship (2010), 1(1), 32-53

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See detailConceptions of Social Enterprise and Social Entrepreneurship: Where is the Australian Debate Located??
Nyssens, Marthe; Defourny, Jacques ULg

in Centre for Social Impact (Ed.) Intersecting Transformation of the Business and Third Sector (2011)

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See detailConceptions of Social Enterprise in Europe: A Comparative Perspective with the United States
Defourny, Jacques ULg; Nyssens, Marthe

in Gidron, Benjamin; Hasenfeld, Yeheskel (Eds.) Social Enterprises. An Organizational Perspective (2012)

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See detailConceptos y Modelos para concebir, analizar y evaluar innovaciones curriculares basadas en competencias
Leclercq, Dieudonné ULg; Cabrera-Maray, Alvaro

in Marcelo Romero Méndez (Ed.) Redes de Colaboracion para la innovacion en la docencia universitaria (2011)

Los elementos de un programa de formacion universitaria es comparado con un edifico, con sus 3 pilares (Ojetivos, Metodos, Evaluacion), sus pisos (objetivos profesionales, transversales, metacognitivos ... [more ▼]

Los elementos de un programa de formacion universitaria es comparado con un edifico, con sus 3 pilares (Ojetivos, Metodos, Evaluacion), sus pisos (objetivos profesionales, transversales, metacognitivos, dynamicos), sus profundidades de evaluacion (satisfaccion, adquisicion, transfero en el terreno, impacto ultimo). Sub modelos son (rapidamente) descritos, como (1) la piramide de objetivos, (2) el Modelo De Ensenanza y Aprendizaje (LEM), una taxonomia de eventos propicios al aprendizaje, (3) Los 4 niveles de profundidad de la evalaucion segun Kirkpatrick. Tambien tecnicas son descritas como (1) los Examenes de progreso, (2) la soluciones implicitas generales, (3) El Aprendizaje por Problemas (APP). . [less ▲]

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See detailConcepts actuels de l'hyperaldostéronisme primaire
Vroonen, Laurent ULg; Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULg; Hamoir, Etienne ULg et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2010), 65(10), 583-587

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See detailConcepts and Realities of Social Enterprise : A European Perspective
Defourny, Jacques ULg

in Fayolle, A.; Matlay, H. (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Social Entrepreneurship (2010)

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See detailConcepts and Realities of Social Enterprise: A European Perspective
Defourny, Jacques ULg

in Collegium (2009), (Spring), 73-98

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See detailConcepts d’efficience et de productivité de l’eau (synthèse bibliographique)
Kambou, Donkora ULg; Xanthoulis, Dimitri ULg; Ouattara, Korodjouma et al

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2014), 18(1),

Water efficiency and productivity indicators are used in many scientific disciplines, usually to account for water losses that occur during its use, or products generated per unit of water consumed. The ... [more ▼]

Water efficiency and productivity indicators are used in many scientific disciplines, usually to account for water losses that occur during its use, or products generated per unit of water consumed. The interpretation of these indicators is very diverse in the literature. However, the majority of definitions consider water efficiency as a measure of the effectiveness of irrigation, and view water productivity as a measure of the effectiveness of the physiological processes of both biomass production and crop yield formation, linked to the actual consumption of water by the crops. Thus, the consensus seems to be for water application efficiency (Ea) to be considered as the ratio of actual evapotranspiration to the water applied and productivity as the ratio of yield to actual evapotranspiration. The point of divergence relates fundamentally to the understanding of the constituent expressions of productivity (PE, product/“water consumed”) and efficiency of water application (Ea, “water consumed”/“applied water”). Indeed, the term “water consumed” is referred to variously by several authors as “actual evapotranspiration”, “gross irrigation plus rainfall”, “evapotranspiration plus water lost at the plot but beneficial to other users”, etc. Furthermore, while providing more details on the concepts of efficiency and water productivity, this review shows that the factors affecting these indicators have not yet been sufficiently elucidated. Thus, one of the axes of investigation could be to model the application efficiency of water firstly, according to water management practices and secondly, in terms of productivity levels in relation to the crop establishment period. [less ▲]

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See detailConcepts d'invidus et objets intentionnels
Leclercq, Bruno ULg

Conference (2010, February 10)

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See detailLes concepts de l'égalité et de la diversité
Cornet, Annie ULg

Conference (2010)

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See detailLes concepts de territorialisation et de ritournelle pour appréhender la perte de corps commun dans la psychose
Englebert, Jérôme ULg

in Sami-Ali; Cady, Sylvie (Eds.) Psychosomatique de l'enfant, de l'adolescent et de l'adulte (2012)

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See detailConcepts délimitant le codage et la structuration de l ’ information clinique en médecine de famille
Jamoulle, Marc ULg; Roland, Michel

in Santé Conjuguée (2000), 11

Cet article tente de cerner de manière compacte les éléments qui entrent en ligne de compte lorsqu’on aborde le traitement de l’information en soins de santé primaires au niveau des médecins de famille ... [more ▼]

Cet article tente de cerner de manière compacte les éléments qui entrent en ligne de compte lorsqu’on aborde le traitement de l’information en soins de santé primaires au niveau des médecins de famille. La complexité du champ conceptuel et du champ opératoire de la médecine de famille, l’inclusion du temps comme élément caractéristique, la terminologie, le codage et le flux de l’information, les notions de problème de santé et d’épisode sont successivement abordés. [less ▲]

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See detailConcepts et mesures pour étudier la distribution des revenus
Fecher-Bourgeois, Fabienne ULg; Sak, Barbara; Demertzis, Vaia

in D'autres Repères (2012)

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See detailConcepts et modèle de données du logiciel NotaBene. Spécification technique
Mazziotta, Nicolas ULg

Computer development (2010)

Ce document définit les notions ainsi que la terminologie linguistique et technique mobilisés par le logiciel d’annotation NotaBene. Le logiciel a été développé avec comme objectif de permettre ... [more ▼]

Ce document définit les notions ainsi que la terminologie linguistique et technique mobilisés par le logiciel d’annotation NotaBene. Le logiciel a été développé avec comme objectif de permettre l’annotation de textes anciens, la plupart du temps transmis par un medium concret. Les notions abordées ci- dessous devront être repensées s’il fallait les adapter aux ressources électroniques. [less ▲]

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See detailConcepts in plant stress physiology. Application to plant tissue cultures
Gaspar, Thomas ULg; Franck, Thierry ULg; Bisbis, Badia et al

in Plant Growth Regulation (2002), 37(3), 263-285

Because the term stress is used, most often subjectively, with various meanings, this paper first attempts to clarify the physiological definition, and the appropriate terms as responses in different ... [more ▼]

Because the term stress is used, most often subjectively, with various meanings, this paper first attempts to clarify the physiological definition, and the appropriate terms as responses in different situations. The flexibility of normal metabolism allows the development of responses to environmental changes which fluctuate regularly and predictably over daily and seasonal cycles. Thus every deviation of a factor from its optimum does not necessarily result in stress. Stress begins with a constraint or with highly unpredictable fluctuations imposed on regular metabolic patterns that cause bodily injury, disease, or aberrant physiology. Stress is the altered physiological condition caused by factors that tend to alter an equilibrium. Strain is any physical and/or chemical change produced by a stress, i.e. every established condition, which forces a system away from its thermodynamic optimal state. The paper secondly summarises the Strasser's state-change concept which is precisely that suboptimality is the driving force for acclimation (genotype level) or adaptation (population level) to stress. The paper continues with the actual knowledge on the mechanisms of stress recognition and cell signalling. Briefly: plasma membranes are the sensors of environmental changes; phytohormones and second messengers are the transducers of information from membranes to metabolism; carbon balance is the master integrator of plant response; betwixt and between, some genes are expressed more strongly, whereas others are repressed. Reactive oxygen species play key roles in up- and down-regulation of metabolism and structure. The paper shows finally that the above concepts can be applied to plant tissue cultures where the accumulating physiological and genetical deviations (from a normal plant behaviour) are related to the stressing conditions of the in vitro culture media and of the confined environment. The hyperhydrated state of shoots and the cancerous state of cells, both induced under conditions of stress in in vitro cultures, are identified and detailed, because they perfectly illustrate the stress-induced state-change concept. It is concluded that stress responses include either pathologies or adaptive advantages. Stress may thus contain both destructive and constructive elements: it is a selection factor as well as a driving force for improved resistance and adaptive evolution. [less ▲]

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See detailConcepts in the prevention of bovine respiratory disease.
Makoschey, B.; Lekeux, Pierre ULg; Lacroux, C. et al

in Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift (2008), 121(11-12), 446-449

The bovine respiratory disease (BRD) complex requires further research both, to fully understand the disease from the different perspectives as well as to develop new tools and strategies for vaccination ... [more ▼]

The bovine respiratory disease (BRD) complex requires further research both, to fully understand the disease from the different perspectives as well as to develop new tools and strategies for vaccination and treatment was the conclusion at a recent BRD symposium in Rome, Italy. A group of scientist across Europe followed the invitation of Prof. E. Thiry (University of Liège, Belgium) to convene for a 2 days workshop type symposium sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health (Fig. 1 – group picture) [less ▲]

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