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See detailLa Linière Saint-Léonard
Frankignoulle, Pierre ULg

in Paquet, Pierre; Cannella, Anne-Françoise; Warzée, Gaëtanne (Eds.) Le Patrimoine industriel en Wallonie (1994)

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See detailLining systems stability in landfill slopes : parametric study
Frédéric, Bernard; Rigo, Jean-Marie ULg; Bolle, Albert ULg et al

in Proceedings of the Fifth International Landfill Symposium (1995)

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See detailA Link Between Human Behaviour and Computers' Future Behaviour
Merciadri, Luca ULg

E-print/Working paper (2009)

Many studies have been written about children's development, and their behaviours during the phases they encounter before becoming adults. Thus, some clear links can be established between children's ... [more ▼]

Many studies have been written about children's development, and their behaviours during the phases they encounter before becoming adults. Thus, some clear links can be established between children's development and A.I. future trends. We here summarize the most important comparison characteristics. [less ▲]

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See detailLink between learning profile and school achievement in primary school; a transversal study
Frenkel, Stéphanie ULg; Nobile, Debora ULg

Conference (2014, July)

School achievement plays an essential role in terms of professional and social adaptation. However, all the students do not always perform as the system requires them to. In Belgium, at the end of ... [more ▼]

School achievement plays an essential role in terms of professional and social adaptation. However, all the students do not always perform as the system requires them to. In Belgium, at the end of compulsory education, one student out of two lags behind in their school education (Indicators from the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles [Walloon-Brussels Federation], 2012). In this context, we do not consider that there are “bad” learners. Instead, there are those students whose learning profile is more or less in line with the context’s requirements and those whose profile is not. In many works, the student’s learning profile is operationalised by measures on 3 levels: cognitive, metacognitive and psycho-affective. These psychological variables, which are major components of self-regulated learning, play a central role in the explanation of school performance (for more details, see Frenkel, in press; Frenkel & Deforge, in press). This profile is not fixed once and for all. It evolves over time and it represents the result of the interaction between these three variables with other factors, notably bio-medical, socio-demographical ones, factors related to family environment (Pourtois, Desmet & Lahaye, 2004; Trudel, Puentes-Neuman & Ntebutse, 2002) and the too often forgotten factors linked to class management and social interactions between students and teachers (see Wang, Haertel & Walberg, 1994). Determining the students’ learning profile enables us to identify their strengths and work on their weaknesses. Therefore, it is essential that psycho-educational teams have validated tools at their disposal in order to carry out this task. Our aim is to propose new tools which will complement the already-existing ones. In this presentation we propose to introduce and discuss our methodology and the results obtained. The starting target population was made up of 198 primary school students divided equitably into three levels (second year of primary school, fourth year of primary school and sixth year of primary school). A problem-solving task based on the DELF (Büchel & Büchel, 1995) was created. It was completed by two questionnaires to fill in before and after the task. The learning profile defined on this basis was analysed according to several variables (age, gender, socio-professional category, school results). Group testing is still in progress. We will also illustrate our presentation with the first results of individual testing which will begin in May 2014. References - Büchel, F.P. & Büchel, P. (1995). Découvrez vos capacités, rEalisez vos possibilités, pLanifiez votre démarche, soyez créatiFs. Le programme DELF. Russin, Switzerland: Centre d’éducation cognitive - Frenkel, S. (in press). Metacognitive components in learning to learn approaches. International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach - Frenkel, S., & Deforge, H. (in press). Métacognition et réussite scolaire: Perspectives théoriques. In C. Giraudeau & G. Chasseigne (Eds.), Psychologie, Education et Vie scolaire. Tours, France: Editions Publibook Université - Pourtois, J.-P., Desmet, H., & Lahaye, W. (2004). Connaissances et pratiques en éducation familiale et parentale. Enfances, Familles, Générations, 1, 22-35 - Trudel, M., Puentes-Neuman, G., & Ntebutse J.G. (2002). Les conceptions contemporaines de l’enfant à risque et la valeur heuristique du construit de résilience en éducation. Revue Canadienne de l’Education, 27 (2 & 3), 153-173 - Wang, M.C., Haertel, G.D., & Walberg, H.J. (1994). What helps students learn? Educational Leadership, 51 (4), 74-79 [less ▲]

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See detailLINK BETWEEN MARINE MAMMAL EXPOSURE TO PERFLUOROOCTANE SULFONATE (PFOS) AND STABLE-CARBON ISOTOPE RATIOS IN NERITIC AND OCEANIC WATERS OFF BRAZIL
Dorneles, Paulo; Lailson-Brito, José; Meyer, Johan et al

in Organohalogen Compounds (2008), 70

The main objective of the present study was to determine the current concentrations of PFOS in dolphins from neritic and oceanic waters of a region of high industrialization and urbanization in the ... [more ▼]

The main objective of the present study was to determine the current concentrations of PFOS in dolphins from neritic and oceanic waters of a region of high industrialization and urbanization in the Southern Hemisphere. Since stable carbon isotopes can be used to point out relative contributions to the diet of different potential primary sources in trophic networks, indicating for example the inshore versus offshore contribution to food intake 7,8, stable carbon isotope measurements were carried out in the same dolphins in order to clarify inter-species differences. [less ▲]

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See detailThe link between psychosocial load at work and occupational injuries in Belgium.
Marzucco, Laurence ULg; Van Risseghem, Marleen; Braeckman, Lutgart et al

Conference (2011, May)

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See detailLinkage disequilibrium on the bovine X chromosome: Characterization and use in quantitative trait locus mapping
Sandor, Cynthia ULg; Farnir, Frédéric ULg; Hansoul, Sarah ULg et al

in Genetics (2006), 173(3), 1777-1786

We herein demonstrate that in the Holstein-Friesian dairy cattle population, microsatellites are as polymorphic on the X chromosome as on the autosomes but that the level of linkage disequilibrium between ... [more ▼]

We herein demonstrate that in the Holstein-Friesian dairy cattle population, microsatellites are as polymorphic on the X chromosome as on the autosomes but that the level of linkage disequilibrium between these markers is higher on the X chromosome than on the autosomes. The latter observation is not compatible with the small male-to-female ratio that prevails in this population and results in a higher gonosomal than autosomal effective population size. It suggests that the X chromosome undergoes distinct selective or mutational forces. We describe and characterize a novel Markovian approach to exploit this linkage disequilibrium to compute the probability that two chromosomes are identical-by-descent conditional on flanking marker data. We use the ensuing probabilities in a restricted maximum-likelihood approach to search for quantitative trait loci (QTL) affecting 48 traits of importance to the dairy industry and provide evidence for the presence of QTL affecting 5 of these traits on the bovine X chromosome. [less ▲]

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See detailLinkage Relationships among 20 Genetic Markers in Cattle. Evidence for Linkage between Two Pairs of Blood Group Systems: B-Z and S-F/V Respectively
Georges, Michel ULg; Lathrop, M.; Bouquet, Y. et al

in Animal Genetics (1990), 21(2), 95-105

Five bovine paternal half-sib pedigrees for a total of 527 individuals were typed for six blood group systems: A, B, F/V, L, S, Z; for nine biochemical polymorphisms: ADA, MPI, PGM-3(slow), NP, Gc, Pi2 ... [more ▼]

Five bovine paternal half-sib pedigrees for a total of 527 individuals were typed for six blood group systems: A, B, F/V, L, S, Z; for nine biochemical polymorphisms: ADA, MPI, PGM-3(slow), NP, Gc, Pi2, Tf, Ptf1 and Ptf2; and for restriction fragment length polymorphisms at five autosomal loci: Tg, GH, LDLr, BoLA-DQ and BoLA-DY. Two of the pedigrees were informative for segregation at the 'muscular hypertrophy' locus, and one was informative at the coat colour determining 'roan' locus. Linkage analysis was performed between all markers. Linkage was demonstrated between the S and F/V blood group systems (z = 3.11), adding one locus to the previously identified linkage group VII (LGVII) [Pi-2 and S], the most likely order being Pi2-S-F/V with maximum likelihood recombination rates of 0.208 and 0.211. Also shown to be linked were the blood group systems B and Z (z = 5.7, theta = 0.245). We confirmed the observation previously made by Andersson et al. (1988) of a high recombination rate between class II genes DQ and DY, suggesting either a larger physical distance between those genes than expected from comparative data, or the presence of a 'recombinational hotspot' in the bovine major histocompatibility complex. No linkage was found either with the 'muscular hypertrophy' locus, or with the 'roan' locus. However, these two loci could be excluded from respectively 1.7 and 2.5 Morgans of the bovine genome. [less ▲]

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See detailLinked Contracts and the Construction Industry
Kohl, Benoît ULg

Conference (2010, November 26)

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See detailThe linker region plays a key role in the adaptation to cold of the cellulase from an Antarctic bacterium
Sonan, Guillaume K; Receveur-Brechot, Véronique; Duez, Colette ULg et al

in Biochemical Journal (2007), 407(Part 2), 293-302

The psychrophilic cellulase, Cel5G, from the Antarctic bacterium Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis is composed of a catalytic module (CM) joined to a carbohydrate-binding module (CBM) by an unusually long ... [more ▼]

The psychrophilic cellulase, Cel5G, from the Antarctic bacterium Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis is composed of a catalytic module (CM) joined to a carbohydrate-binding module (CBM) by an unusually long, extended and flexible linker region (LR) containing three loops closed by three disulfide bridges. To evaluate the possible role of this region in cold adaptation, the LR was sequentially shortened by protein engineering, successively deleting one and two loops of this module, whereas the last disulfide bridge was also suppressed by replacing the last two cysteine residue by two alanine residues. The kinetic and thermodynamic properties of the mutants were compared with those of the full-length enzyme, and also with those of the cold-adapted CM alone and with those of the homologous mesophilic enzyme, Cel5A, from Erwinia chrysanthemi. The thermostability of the mutated enzymes as well as their relative flexibility were evaluated by differential scanning calorimetry and fluorescence quenching respectively. The topology of the structure of the shortest mutant was determined by SAXS (small-angle X-ray scattering). The data indicate that the sequential shortening of the LR induces a regular decrease of the specific activity towards macromolecular substrates, reduces the relative flexibility and concomitantly increases the thermostability of the shortened enzymes. This demonstrates that the long LR of the full-length enzyme favours the catalytic efficiency at low and moderate temperatures by rendering the structure not only less compact, but also less stable, and plays a crucial role in the adaptation to cold of this cellulolytic enzyme. [less ▲]

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See detailLinking abstract form and grammatical function : a construction-grammar experiment
Parisse, Christophe; Maillart, Christelle ULg

Poster (2010, September 09)

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See detailLinking bees and flowers: mutualistic interaction networks to study ecosystem functioning
Uyttenbroeck, Roel ULg; Monty, Arnaud ULg

Poster (2015, January 30)

In recent years, much attention is going to pollinators, as they are important for the increasing food production while being threatened by agricultural intensification and other environmental drivers ... [more ▼]

In recent years, much attention is going to pollinators, as they are important for the increasing food production while being threatened by agricultural intensification and other environmental drivers. While honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) are generalist according to their flower preferences, wild pollinators’ flower preferences can go from generalist to very specialist. The same goes for plant species, which can be generalist or specialist in the pollinator species they need to get pollinated. The combination of a set of generalist and specialist plant species with a pollinator community consisting of generalists and specialists in a certain habitat, results in an interaction network between pollinators and the visited plant flowers. Studying this mutualistic interaction network is a time-consuming method, but can provide valuable data to calculate indicators of ecosystem functioning. One of the important conclusions that came already out of studies applying this method is that pollination systems are often more generalized than thought based on pollination syndromes. This poster will explore the method of studying mutualistic interaction networks with a focus on the sampling protocol, the indicators that can be derived from the data and their meaning. [less ▲]

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See detailLinking biochemical and biophysical variables derived from imaging spectrometers to ecological models - The HyEco'04 Group Shoot.
Kooistra, L; Clevers, J; Schaepman, M et al

in Zagajewski, B; Sobczak, M; Wrzesien, M (Eds.) New Quality in Environmental Studies. Proceedings of 4th EARSeL Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy (2005)

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See detailLinking biochemical and biophysical variables derived from imaging spectrometers to ecological models: the HYECO’04 group shoot.
Kooistra, L; Clevers, J; Schaepman, M et al

Poster (2005)

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See detailLinking biochemical and biophysical variables derived from imaging spectrometers to ecological models: the HYECO’04 group shoot.
Kooistra, L; Clevers, J; Schaepman, M et al

in Linking biochemical and biophysical variables derived from imaging spectrometers to ecological models: the HYECO’04 group shoot. (2005)

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See detailLinking compaction dynamics to the flow properties of powders
Lumay, Geoffroy ULg; Vandewalle, Nicolas ULg; Delattre, Luc ULg et al

in Applied Physics Letters (2006), 89(9),

The authors have investigated the flow properties of powders by using two classical techniques based on the shear stress measurements and the count of intermittent avalanches, respectively. Results are ... [more ▼]

The authors have investigated the flow properties of powders by using two classical techniques based on the shear stress measurements and the count of intermittent avalanches, respectively. Results are compared with measurements of the compaction dynamics. Strong correlations are evidenced between compaction relaxation parameters and free flow characteristics. Those correlations are given by semiempirical laws based on physical arguments. This work opens perspectives in powder technology and the knowledge on granular matter. (c) 2006 American Institute of Physics. [less ▲]

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See detailLinking concepts in the ecology and evolution of invasive plants: network analysis shows what has been most studied and identifies knowledge gaps
Vanderhoeven, Sonia ULg; Brown, Cynthia; Tepolt, Carolyn et al

in Evolutionary Applications (2010), 3(2), 193-202

In recent decades, a growing number of studies have addressed connections between ecological and evolutionary concepts in biologic invasions. These connections may be crucial for understanding the ... [more ▼]

In recent decades, a growing number of studies have addressed connections between ecological and evolutionary concepts in biologic invasions. These connections may be crucial for understanding the processes underlying invaders' success. However, the extent to which scientists have worked on the integration of the ecology and evolution of invasive plants is poorly documented, as few attempts have been made to evaluate these efforts in invasion biology research. Such analysis can facilitate recognize well-documented relationships and identify gaps in our knowledge. In this study, we used a network-based method for visualizing the connections between major aspects of ecology and evolution in the primary research literature. Using the family Poaceae as an example, we show that ecological concepts were more studied and better interconnected than were evolutionary concepts. Several possible connections were not documented at all, representing knowledge gaps between ecology and evolution of invaders. Among knowledge gaps, the concepts of plasticity, gene flow, epigenetics and human influence were particularly under-connected. We discuss five possible research avenues to better understand the relationships between ecology and evolution in the success of Poaceae, and of alien plants in general. [less ▲]

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See detailLINKING CONTACT EMPLOYEE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO CUSTOMER PERCEPTIONS
Delcourt, Cécile ULg; Van Riel, Allard ULg; Birgelen, Marcel

Conference (2009)

Contact employees play a critical role in creating favorable customer perceptions. We aim to understand to which extent contact employee emotional intelligence relates to customer perceptions of rapport ... [more ▼]

Contact employees play a critical role in creating favorable customer perceptions. We aim to understand to which extent contact employee emotional intelligence relates to customer perceptions of rapport, and their satisfaction and behavioral intentions. We developed a causal model and tested it with PLS. We found that customer perceptions of contact employee emotional intelligence influence their perceptions of rapport. In turn, rapport influences cognitive and emotional satisfaction. Both types of satisfaction lead to behavioral intentions. In order to improve customer perceptions of rapport, managers could focus on contact employees’ emotional intelligence when hiring and training them. [less ▲]

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See detailLinking design and production in computer applications for increased efficiency
Caprace, Jean-David ULg

Conference (2010, September)

Shipbuilding has been severely affected by the global economic crisis. Demand for new ships has collapsed world wide since summer 2008 causing an unprecedented levels of overcapacity in the global cargo ... [more ▼]

Shipbuilding has been severely affected by the global economic crisis. Demand for new ships has collapsed world wide since summer 2008 causing an unprecedented levels of overcapacity in the global cargo ship fleets. The current crisis gives impulses for a radical think to adopt new designs to reduce the life cycle costs and to decrease the environmental impact. Leading shipping companies recognise that low life cycle cost and low emission save costs, open quality sensitive markets and will be the key driver to profitability in the future. The speaker will present some possible techniques to improve the link between design and production in order to boost the competitiveness of worldwide shipyards. Modularizations, ease of manufacturing, standardization, virtual reality, production simulation, product life cycle management, are some of these techniques illustrated in the presentation. The speaker will also draw the trends for the future years. [less ▲]

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See detailLinking errors in trend estimation for international surveys in education
Monseur, Christian ULg; Sibberns, H.; Hastedt, D.

in IERI (2008), 1

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