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See detailFosse commune
Mouton, Charles ULg

Book published by Dricot (2005)

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See detailLe fossé entre vérité médiatique et vérité judiciaire : l'exemple de la mendicité en présence de ses enfants
Jacques, Elodie ULg

in Revue de la Faculté de Droit de l'Université de Liège (2011)

L'article traite de l'infraction d'exploitation de la mendicité (Art. 433 ter et quater du Code pénal).

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Javaux, Emmanuelle ULg

in Gargaud et al (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Astrobiology (2011)

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See detailFossil bees and their plant associates
Michez, D.; Vanderplanck, Maryse ULg; Engel, M. S.

in Evolution of plant–pollinator relationships (2011)

The bees comprise a derived monophyletic group (Anthophila) of pollen-consuming (secondarily phytophagous) wasps of the superfamily Apoidea, and that diverged from a grade of predatory apoid wasps ... [more ▼]

The bees comprise a derived monophyletic group (Anthophila) of pollen-consuming (secondarily phytophagous) wasps of the superfamily Apoidea, and that diverged from a grade of predatory apoid wasps (formerly “Sphecidae”) sometime in the mid Cretaceous (∼120–125 megaannum) (Michener 1944, 1979, 2007; Brothers 1975, 1998; Alexander 1992; Ronquist 1999; Engel 2001a, 2011; Danforth et al. 2006). Seven contemporary families are usually acknowledged: Andrenidae, Apidae, Colletidae, Halictidae, Melittidae, Megachilidae and Stenotritidae, including ∼1200 genera and ∼20 000 species (Michener 2007; Engel 2005, 2011). Two fossil families are also described: Paleomelittidae from middle Eocene Baltic amber, and a stem-group, Melittosphecidae from Cretaceous Burmese amber which, as discussed below, may or may not be a bee (Engel 2001a; Poinar and Danforth 2006; Ohl and Engel 2007). Bees likely arose concomitantly with the diversification of flowering plants (angiosperms) (Michener 1979; Grimaldi 1999; Engel 1996, 2001a; Crepet et al. 2004; Grimaldi and Engel 2005). Represented by more than 250 000 described species, angiosperms are the most diversified group of vascular plants, covering nearly all terrestrial and many aquatic habitats (Soltis and Soltis 2004). The congruent rise of flowering plants and numerous phytophagous insect lineages, such as bees, ditrysian Lepidoptera, and various flowering-visiting beetles and flies, has fuelled the notion of coradiation between these lineages. Such a conclusion is supported by the observation of flowers with specific combinations of traits that are correlated with particular pollinators (Bronstein et al. 2006). Selection for insect-pollinated clades is also supported by the fact that deliverance by pollinators of unconsumed pollen to the host plant's female reproductive organs is clearly less stochastic and more efficient than alternative ancestral wind, water or gravity dispersive methods (Labandeira 1998). Lastly, association with pollinators increases opportunities for the evolution of specialization and subsequent diversification (Vamosi and Vamosi 2010). © The Systematics Association 2012. [less ▲]

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See detailFossil Biogeography: A new model to infer dispersal, extinction and sampling from paleontological data
Silvestro, Daniele; Zizka, Alexander; Bacon, Christine D. et al

in Philosophical Transactions : Biological Sciences (2016)

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See detailFossil Capacities in the Work of Janet Frame
Delrez, Marc ULg

in Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies (2014), 2(1), 69-81

The Guyanese novelist and critic Wilson Harris defines the word fossil in an idiosyncratic sense, to invoke ‘a rhythmic capacity to re-sense contrasting spaces and to suggest that a curious rapport exists ... [more ▼]

The Guyanese novelist and critic Wilson Harris defines the word fossil in an idiosyncratic sense, to invoke ‘a rhythmic capacity to re-sense contrasting spaces and to suggest that a curious rapport exists between ruin and origin as latent to arts of genesis’ – prior to hinting that such a ‘heterogeneous scale’ of temporality can be seen to exist within the fictional universe fashioned by Janet Frame. This, in turn, implies that any appreciation of her work’s embeddedness in local (South Pacific) realities must simultaneously take account of the depths of spatiality created by means of her particular aesthetics. This article attempts to address Frame’s strange interest in ghostly vestiges of superseded experience, which she expresses through recurring allusions to subterranean strata of landscape encrypting a sense of ‘epochs and ages gone’ – as she phrases this in Living in the Maniototo. Indeed her settings beg the question of a ‘native capacity’ (another Harrisian phrase) possibly underlying her approach to New Zealand contemporary culture. Intriguingly, she probes the matter through her repeated evocation of reputedly extinct animal species – dinosaur, moa, takahe – which she sees in some cases to be gesturing towards the possibility of resuscitation, as with the tuatara mentioned in Towards Another Summer, and quite in keeping with an aesthetics of excavation subordinated to her quest for occulted forms of being and knowing. As some of Frame’s characters conceive this, it is a matter of realising that ‘the human eye is not consistent’ and can be supplemented through a form of third-eye vision paradoxically inherited in spite of the losses of history. [less ▲]

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See detailFossil cyanobacterial DNA from sediment cores at Beak Island (Antarctic Peninsula): challenges for a molecular approach
Fernandez Carazo, Rafael ULg; Wilmotte, Annick ULg

in Decleir, Hugo; De Broyer, Claude; Dehairs, Frank (Eds.) et al CONTACTFORUM Belgian IPY symposium. The contribution of Belgian Research to the achievements of the International Polar Year 2007-2009 (2010)

Two sediment cores taken from lakes BK1 and BK2 in Beak Island (Trinity Peninsula, Antarctic Peninsula) were analysed. The cores were divided in two sections (lacustrine and marine). Changes in ... [more ▼]

Two sediment cores taken from lakes BK1 and BK2 in Beak Island (Trinity Peninsula, Antarctic Peninsula) were analysed. The cores were divided in two sections (lacustrine and marine). Changes in cyanobacterial diversity occurring within the lacustrine section, when the lake was isolated from the sea, were studied. [less ▲]

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See detailFossil cyanobacterial sequences in Antarctic lake sediments
Fernandez Carazo, Rafael ULg; Hodgson, Dominique; Wilmotte, Annick

Poster (2008, August 31)

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See detailFossil proteins of graptolites
Foucart, M.F.; Bricteux-Grégoire, S.; Jeuniaux, Charles ULg et al

in Life Sciences (1964), 4

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See detailFossile dépendance
Ozer, Pierre ULg; Gaino, Bruna

Article for general public (2010)

Décembre 2009, tous les projecteurs sont braqués sur Copenhague. Les Etats du monde y discutent de l’avenir climatique de la planète. En dépit de progrès limités, les plus gros pollueurs de la planète ... [more ▼]

Décembre 2009, tous les projecteurs sont braqués sur Copenhague. Les Etats du monde y discutent de l’avenir climatique de la planète. En dépit de progrès limités, les plus gros pollueurs de la planète (ils représentent au total 80% des émissions) se sont accordés sur la nécessité d’agir pour limiter le réchauffement global à maximum 2°C au-dessus de la température pré-industrielle. [...] [less ▲]

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See detailLa fossilisation des langues chez la première génération d’immigrés
Lucchini, Silvia ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2002)

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See detailFostering reflective practice with mobile technologies
Tabuenca, B; Verpoorten, Dominique ULg; Ternier, S et al

in Moore, A; Pammer, V; Pannese, L (Eds.) et al Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology Enhanced Learning (2012, September 18)

During two school days and two days off, 37 secondary school pupils were offered a daily reflection and reporting exercise about how they learnt in the day (intensity and channels). This experiment had ... [more ▼]

During two school days and two days off, 37 secondary school pupils were offered a daily reflection and reporting exercise about how they learnt in the day (intensity and channels). This experiment had two purposes: (a) to assess the extent to which the mobile phone can be used as an instrument to develop awareness about learning, and (b) to explore how young people attend to their identity as learners when they are prompted to reflect on this theme. Results suggest that students accepted to answer questions about learning on own mobile appliances and outside school hours. The study also provides indications that getting aware of and reflecting about their identity as learners is not a common and/or understood practice for the participants. [less ▲]

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See detailFotoelektronen Spectroscopie: een nieuwe analyse techniek.
Locht, Robert ULg; Delwiche, Jacques ULg

in Chemisch Weekblad (1973), 69(28/29),

Beside the IR-, Raman- and UV-spectroscopies the photoelectron spectroscopy becomes an important technique for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of unknown samples. Important informations related ... [more ▼]

Beside the IR-, Raman- and UV-spectroscopies the photoelectron spectroscopy becomes an important technique for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of unknown samples. Important informations related to the electronic and molecular structure can be obtained by this technique. [less ▲]

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See detailFotografare il sacro. Indagini semiotiche
Dondero, Maria Giulia ULg

Book published by Meltemi Editore - 1st (2007)

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See detailLa fotografia scientifica tra impronta e matematizzazione
Dondero, Maria Giulia ULg

in Del Marco, Vincenza; Pezzini, Isabella (Eds.) La fotografia. Oggetto teorico e pratica sociale (2011)

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See detailFotogrammi per una "consegna del testimone" : Da Guy Tosi a Ivanos Ciani e alla giovane critica
Curreri, Luciano ULg

in Cappellini, Milva Maria; Zollino, Antonio (Eds.) D'Annunzio e dintorni : Studi per Ivanos Ciani (2006)

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See detailFoucault d'après Deleuze : un pli non-phénoménologique
Caeymaex, Florence ULg

in Cormann, Grégory; Laoureux, Sébastien; Pieron, Julien (Eds.) Différence et identité. Les enjeux phénoménoogiques du "pli" (2005)

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