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Boccaccini, Federico ULg

in Ferrario, Edoardo (Ed.) Le voci della fenomenologia (2007)

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See detailL'intenzione di perseguire i propi obiettivi e la percezione di controllo
Broonen, Jean-Paul ULg

in Nauta, Laura; Soresi, Salvatore (Eds.) Sfide e nuovi orizzonti per l'orientamento (2010)

Career construction theory (Savickas, 2002) assumes that subjective lack of career control over one's vocational future in an increasingly changing society can be addressed by diverse interventions ... [more ▼]

Career construction theory (Savickas, 2002) assumes that subjective lack of career control over one's vocational future in an increasingly changing society can be addressed by diverse interventions. Helping self-regulation strategies is part of these interventions. This paper proposes to introduce in vocational counselling a self-regulation strategy that has been proved to enhance the level of academic performance (Broonen, 2006), namely the conscious production of implementation intentions (Gollwitzer, 1993) in goal-directed behaviour. Career control should be facilitated by stating these specific intentions that specify what, when, and how to seek relevant vocational information. [less ▲]

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See detailInter and intra genetic biodiversity in South East asian rodents: new insights for their conservation
Pagès, Marie ULg; Latinne, Alice ULg; Rivière, Taiana et al

Conference (2009, March 28)

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See detail(Inter)subjectification in the Middle English Passive construction
Petré, Peter ULg

Conference (2008)

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See detailInter- and intra-guild interactions related to aphids in nettle (Urtica dioica L.) strips closed to field crops.
Alhmedi, A.; Haubruge, Eric ULg; Bodson, Bernard ULg et al

in Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences (2006), 71(2 Pt B), 413-23

A field experiment designed to assess the biodiversity related to nettle strips closed to crops, and more particularly the aphid and related beneficial populations, was established in experimental farm ... [more ▼]

A field experiment designed to assess the biodiversity related to nettle strips closed to crops, and more particularly the aphid and related beneficial populations, was established in experimental farm located in Gembloux (Belgium). Margin strips of nettle (Urtica dioica) closed to wheat (Triticum aestivum), green pea (Pisum sativum) and rape (Brassicae napus) fields were investigated. The diversity, abundance of aphids and related predators were analysed according to the plant crop species and the differential pesticide application (treated plot and control). Insects were visually observed every week during all the cultivation season. Two main families of aphidophagous predators were found in all field crops and nettle, the Coccinellidae and Syrphidae. The diversity of the aphidophagous predators was shown to be higher on nettle than in field crops, particularly the Chrysopidae, the Anthocoridae and the Miridae. However, a striking difference of ladybird abundance was observed according to the aphid host plant. In one side, Coccinella septempunctata was much more abundant on Acyrthosiphon pisum infested green pea than on the other host plant species. At the opposite, higher occurrence of Harmonia axyridis was observed on the aphid infested nettle plants than on the crop plants. In particular, none of H. axyridis was found in wheat crop. Also, more than only a significant positive correlation between predator and aphid abundance, specialised relations between particular aphid species and some so-called generalist predators was determined in the fields. Finally, intraguild interactions between the aphidophagous predators was assessed and shown that only a significant negative correlation between Episyrphus balteatus and H. axyridis related to the nettle aphid, Micrlophium carnosum, was observed. The relative distribution of the ladybirds, namely C. septempunctata and H. axyridis according to the host plant, nettle strips and crop plots was discussed in relation to integrated pest management approach. [less ▲]

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See detailInter- and intraday variability of Flemish travel behavior
Cools, Mario ULg

Doctoral thesis (2009)

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See detailInter- and Intraspecific Genetic Biodiversity in South East Asian Rodents: New Insights for Their Conservation
Pagès, Marie ULg; Latinne, Alice ULg; Michaux, Johan ULg

in Zachos, F. E.; Habel, J. C. (Eds.) Biodiversity Hotspots (2011)

South East Asia displays a high level of mammal endemism and the <br />highest number of threatened and data deficient mammal species. However, the <br />South East Asian biodiversity is still highly ... [more ▼]

South East Asia displays a high level of mammal endemism and the <br />highest number of threatened and data deficient mammal species. However, the <br />South East Asian biodiversity is still highly unexplored. Because of the runaway <br />global changes, a better biological knowledge of this region is urgently required to <br />improve the conservation and the management of its biodiversity. <br />The first aim of this chapter is to present recent published data on a biodiversity <br />inventory of the Rattini murine rodents from this region based on molecular markers <br />(Page`s et al., 2009). In this first study, we applied the method proposed by Pons et al. <br />(2006) that determines with no a priori the locations of ancestral nodes that define <br />putative species in order to investigate the current taxonomy of the Rattini tribe. <br />Our second aim concerns the intraspecific genetic structure of a rare and <br />threatened South East Asian mammal species: the murine rodent Leopoldamys <br />neilli, endemic to karst habitats . In this latter study, our results evidenced a high <br />geographic structure of the genetic diversity of this species. The observed highly <br />divergent genetic lineages would have to be considered as distinct evolutionary <br />units or at least as Management units. These results are essential for the best <br />conservation issues of species endemic to karsts and to South East Asia, in general. <br />In this chapter, we therefore highlight that South East Asia would not be only a <br />hotspot of interspecific but also of intraspecific biodiversity. [less ▲]

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See detailInter- and Intravarietal variability of the trypsin inhibitors content of peas and his influence on apparent digestibility of crude proteins by growing pigs.
Leterme, Pascal; Beckers, Yves ULg; Thewis, André ULg

in Huisman, J.; van der Poel, T. F.; Liener, I. E. (Eds.) Recent advances of research in antinutritional factors in legume seeds: animal nutrition, feed technology, analytical methods (1989)

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See detailInter- and intravarietal variability of the trypsin inhibitors content of peas and its influence on apparent digestibility of crude protein by growing pigs
Leterme, Pascal; Beckers, Yves ULg; Thewis, André ULg

in Huismans, J; Van der Poel, TFJ; Liener, IE (Eds.) Recent Advances of Research in Antinutritional Factors in Legume Seeds (1988)

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See detailInter-annual variability of the carbon dioxide oceanic sink south of Tasmania
Borges, Alberto ULg; Tilbrook, B.; Metzl, N. et al

Poster (2007, April)

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See detailInter-annual variability of the carbon dioxide oceanic sink south of Tasmania
Borges, Alberto ULg; Tilbrook, B.; Metzl, N. et al

Conference (2007, April)

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See detailInter-annual variability of the carbon dioxide oceanic sink south of Tasmania
Borges, Alberto ULg; Tilbrook, B.; Metzl, N. et al

in Biogeosciences (2008), 5(1), 141-155

We compiled a large data-set from 22 cruises spanning from 1991 to 2003, of the partial pressure of CO2 (pCO(2)) in surface waters over the continental shelf (CS) and adjacent open ocean (43 degrees to 46 ... [more ▼]

We compiled a large data-set from 22 cruises spanning from 1991 to 2003, of the partial pressure of CO2 (pCO(2)) in surface waters over the continental shelf (CS) and adjacent open ocean (43 degrees to 46 degrees S; 145 degrees to 150 degrees E), south of Tasmania. Climatological seasonal cycles of pCO(2) in the CS, the subtropical zone (STZ) and the subAntarctic zone (SAZ) are described and used to determine monthly pCO(2) anomalies. These are used in combination with monthly anomalies of sea surface temperature (SST) to investigate inter-annual variations of SST and pCO(2). Monthly anomalies of SST (as intense as 2 degrees C) are apparent in the CS, STZ and SAZ, and are indicative of strong inter-annual variability that seems to be related to large-scale coupled atmosphere-ocean oscillations. Anomalies of pCO(2) normalized to a constant temperature are negatively related to SST anomalies. A reduced winter-time vertical input of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) during phases of positive SST anomalies, related to a poleward shift of westerly winds, and a concomitant local decrease in wind stress is the likely cause of the negative relationship between pCO(2) and SST anomalies. The observed pattern is an increase of the sink for atmospheric CO2 associated with positive SST anomalies, although strongly modulated by inter-annual variability of wind speed. Assuming that phases of positive SST anomalies are indicative of the future evolution of regional ocean biogeochemistry under global warming, we show using a purely observational based approach that some provinces of the Southern Ocean could provide a potential negative feedback on increasing atmospheric CO2. [less ▲]

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See detailInter-annual variability of the carbon dioxide oceanic sink south of Tasmania
Borges, Alberto ULg; Tilbrook, B.; Metzl, N. et al

Poster (2008)

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See detailINTER-BAND COHERENCE OF SPLIT WIDE BAND SAR IMAGES; A POTENTIALLY NEW INFORMATION CHANNEL
De Rauw, Dominique ULg; Orban, Anne ULg; Barbier, Christian ULg

in EARSel Newsletter (2009), 79

Recently-launched SAR sensors like TerraSAR-X or CosmoSkyMed are equipped with wide bandwidth radar signal emitters. Working at large bandwidth allows reaching metric range resolution, which combined with ... [more ▼]

Recently-launched SAR sensors like TerraSAR-X or CosmoSkyMed are equipped with wide bandwidth radar signal emitters. Working at large bandwidth allows reaching metric range resolution, which combined with spotlight mode, leads to Very High Resolution (VHR) SAR imagery. One can also take advantage of this wide band to split it into sub-bands and generate several lower resolution images from the same master one, each centered on a slightly different cen- tral frequency. These sub-images can then be used in a classical interferometric process to estimate inter- band coherence of a given scene. This inter-band coherence reveals scatterers keeping a stable phase behaviour along with frequency shift. In this paper, a simple model derived from Zebker model for randomly distributed surface scatterers is proposed and examples are pre- sented showing that scatterers can have a behaviour that deviates from the model, leading to a new information channel. [less ▲]

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See detailInter-individual variability of teachers' feedback: Study in simulated teaching conditions
Cloes, Marc ULg; Denève, Alain; Piéron, Maurice ULg

in European Physical Education Review (1995), 1(1), 83-93

Dans l'enseignement des activités physiques, les réactions de l'enseignant à la prestation des élèves (feedback) constituent l'une des variables déterminantes dans la réussite pédagogique. Les réactions à ... [more ▼]

Dans l'enseignement des activités physiques, les réactions de l'enseignant à la prestation des élèves (feedback) constituent l'une des variables déterminantes dans la réussite pédagogique. Les réactions à la prestation se caractérisent par une grande variabilité interindividuelle. Leur émission fait suite à un processus comportant deux phases: le diagnostic et la prescription. Afin de mettre en évidence le rôle exercé par les facteurs liés aux caractéristiques de l'enseignant sur celles de leurs interventions, nous avons comparé les réactions à la prestation émises par 12 éducateurs physiques lors d'une séance d'enseignement simulé. Grâce à cette technique vidéo, les sujets réagissent à partir de performances motrices identiques. Les feedback ont été comparés entre quatre groupes de sujets caractérisés par des niveaux d'expérience sportive et pédagogique similaires. Une analyse factorielle par correspondance a permis d'identifier des classes de sujets émettant des feedback de même type. Les résultats tendent à souligner que (1) le niveau d'expertise dans la pratique de l'activité enseignée exerce une influence sur la première de ces phases; (2) le degré d'expertise pédagogique contribue à améliorer l'émission du message. [less ▲]

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See detailInter-method variability in bone alkaline phosphatase measurement : clinical impact on the management of dialysis patients
CAVALIER, Etienne ULg; Souberbielle, Jean-Claude; GADISSEUR, Romy ULg et al

in Clinical Biochemistry (2014), 47(13-14), 1227-30

BACKGROUND: Bone-specific alkaline phosphatase (BAP) is now recommended to assess bone turnover in hemodialysis (HD) patients. However, little is known about potential variability between methods ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: Bone-specific alkaline phosphatase (BAP) is now recommended to assess bone turnover in hemodialysis (HD) patients. However, little is known about potential variability between methods available to measure BAP. METHODS: We measured BAP in 76 HD patients with six different assays (Beckman-Coulter Ostase IRMA, Beckman-Coulter Ostase Access, IDS iSYS Ostase, IDS Ostase enzyme immunoassay, DiaSorin Liaison Ostase and Quidel MicroVue BAP). RESULTS: We observed a high correlation between all the assays ranging from 0.9948 (IDS iSYS vs. IDS EIA) to 0.9215 (DiaSorin Liaison vs. Quidel MicroVue). However, using the regression equations, the equivalent concentration of a Beckman-Coulter Access value of 10μg/L can range from 7.7 to 14.4μg/L and of 20μg/L can range from 16.9 to 27.9μg/L with other assays. According to Beckman-Coulter Access, 13%, 50% and 37% of the patients presented BAP values ≤10, between 10 and 20 and ≥20μg/L, respectively. Discrepancies are observed when other assays are used (concordance from 10 to 100%). CONCLUSIONS: Analytical problems leading to inter-method variation should be overcome to improve the usefulness of this marker in clinical practice. According to correlation results, recalibration of BAP assays is necessary but should not be a major issue. [less ▲]

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