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See detailARISTOTE. De Anima. Index verborum, listes de fréquence
Purnelle, Gérald ULg

Book published by CIPL (1988)

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See detailAristoteles, Poetica. Index verborum, Liste de fréquence
Denooz, Joseph ULg

Book published by CIPL-LASLA (1988)

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See detailAristotelica Secunda, Mélanges offerts à Christian Rutten
Motte, André ULg; Denooz, Joseph ULg

Book published by CIPL (1996)

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See detailArithmétique dans les algèbres de quaternions
Pays, Isabelle ULg

Conference (1992, October)

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See detailArithmétique, Automates et Géométrie discrète
Allouche, Jean-Paul; Rigo, Michel ULg

Diverse speeche and writing (2011)

cours au Collège Belgique

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See detailARM XIX-la séquence SI.LA2 2 = si-la2-min (NP) et quelques relectures de noms propres
Colonna d'Istria, Laurent ULg

in Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires (2011)

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See detailARMAV Model Technique for System Identification and Damage Detection
BODEUX, Jean-Bernard; Golinval, Jean-Claude ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2000)

This paper presents an application of ARMAV models in the fields of system identification and damage detection. It is shown how to estimate the modal parameters as well as their uncertainties only on the ... [more ▼]

This paper presents an application of ARMAV models in the fields of system identification and damage detection. It is shown how to estimate the modal parameters as well as their uncertainties only on the basis of output measurements, simply assuming that the excitation is a zero-mean stationary Gaussian white noise. The uncertainties estimation can be used for damage detection. Knowing the modal parameters and their uncertainties, it is possible to assess whether changes of modal parameters are caused by e.g. a damage or simply by estimation inaccuracies. The identification and damage detection method is illustrated on the “Steel-Quake” benchmark proposed in the framework of COST Action F3 “Structural Dynamics”. This structure is used at the Joint Research Centre in Ispra (Italy) to test steel buildings performance during earthquakes. The obtained results indicate the effectiveness of the method in estimating modal characteristics and their uncertainties. [less ▲]

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See detailLes armées d'Alexandre le Grand et les langues étrangères
Rochette, Bruno ULg

in Antiquité Classique : Revue Interuniversitaire d'Etudes Classiques (1997), 66

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See detailLes armes d’Orion
Renaud, Jean-Michel ULg

in Sauzeau, Pierre; Van Compernolle, Thierry (Eds.) Les armes dans l’Antiquité. De la technique à l’imaginaire. Actes du Colloque International su SEMA, Montpellier, 20-22 mars 2003 (2007)

Le mythe d'Orion, dont on ne connaît aucune version complète dans l'Antiquité et qui est attesté surtout à des époques tardives, est complexe. Depuis l'épopée homérique, Orion est présenté tantôt comme ... [more ▼]

Le mythe d'Orion, dont on ne connaît aucune version complète dans l'Antiquité et qui est attesté surtout à des époques tardives, est complexe. Depuis l'épopée homérique, Orion est présenté tantôt comme héros tantôt comme constellation. Les armes attribuées au héros au cours des épisodes de sa vie sont une massue, ce qui caractérise un personnage des temps très anciens, et, plus tardivement, un glaive. La constellation est munie d'un arc, d'un baudrier et d'une épée, ce qui semble indiquer un guerrier semblable aux héros aristocratiques, en tout cas un personnage plus avancé dans la marche de la civilisation. En devenant constellation, Orion, ainsi que son armement, ont été en quelque sorte "civilisés". [less ▲]

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See detailArmes non létales
Robbe, Cyril ULg; Lemaire, Eric ULg; Papy, Alexandre et al

in Beauthier, Jean-Paul (Ed.) Traité de médecine légale (2011)

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See detailLes armes nucléaires et l'identité européenne de défense
Dumoulin, André ULg

Report (1996)

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See detail«L’armonia del mondo» di Leo Spitzer
Benzoni, Pietro ULg

in Curreri, Luciano (Ed.) L'Europa vista da Istanbul : Mimesis (1946) e la ricostruzione intellettuale di Eric Auerbach (2012)

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See detailArnaut Daniel, D’autra guiza e d’autra razo (BdT 29.7)
Valenti, Gianluca ULg

in Lecturae Tropatorum (2012), 5

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See detailAromatase (estrogen synthase) activity in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord: Functional implications
Evrard, H. C.; Balthazart, Jacques ULg

in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2003), 1007

The presence of aromatase (estrogen synthase) in neurons in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord in Japanese quail suggests that estrogens produced locally from androgens could control spinal sensory ... [more ▼]

The presence of aromatase (estrogen synthase) in neurons in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord in Japanese quail suggests that estrogens produced locally from androgens could control spinal sensory processes including nociception. We used the hot water nociceptive test (54 degreesC) to appraise the longterm effect of an inhibition of aromatization on the foot withdrawal latency in male quail. Four weeks after the ablation of their main source of testosterone (testes), castrated males displayed a significantly higher foot withdrawal latency than gonadally intact males. A prolonged treatment with subcutaneous capsules filled with testosterone or 17 beta-estradiol restored the baseline latency within 2 weeks. The effect of testosterone in castrated quail was almost completely blocked by systemic injections of Vorozole((TM)), a nonsteroidal aromatase inhibitor or tamoxifen, an estrogen receptor antagonist (one injection per day for 10 days). Taken together, these data demonstrate for the first time to our knowledge an effect of estrogens formed by aromatization of androgens on nociception. Because aromatase-immunoreactive neurons and aromatase activity are present in the dorsal horns of the spinal cord, this control of pain thresholds is presumably mediated, at least in part, by estrogens produced at the spinal level that act locally via slow, presumably genomic, mechanisms mediated by the activation of spinal nuclear estrogen receptors. [less ▲]

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See detailAromatase activity modulates conditioned cloacal sphincter movements, an appetitive sexual behavior, in Japanese quail
Holloway, K. S.; Cornil, Charlotte ULg; Taziaux, Mélanie ULg et al

in Hormones & Behavior (2004, June), 46(1), 92

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See detailAromatase as a Cellular Marker of Testosterone Action in the Preoptic Area
Balthazart, Jacques ULg; Surlemont, C.; Harada, N.

in Physiology & Behavior (1992), 51(2), 395-409

We recently showed, using a new immunocytochemical technique, that aromatase-immunoreactive neurons are a specific marker for the sexually dimorphic medial preoptic nucleus (POM) in quail and that the ... [more ▼]

We recently showed, using a new immunocytochemical technique, that aromatase-immunoreactive neurons are a specific marker for the sexually dimorphic medial preoptic nucleus (POM) in quail and that the number of these immunoreactive cells is markedly increased by a systemic treatment with testosterone (T). Since the POM is a key site for the activation of copulatory behavior by T and this androgen must be converted into estrogen by local aromatization within the POM before it can exert its behavioral effects, we used aromatase immunocytochemistry to map, at a cellular level of resolution, the areas that are destroyed by electrolytic lesions or that are stimulated by the stereotaxic implantation of T in the preoptic area (POA). These measures of the cellular action of T in the preoptic area were then correlated with the behavior of the animals to identify the parts of the POA that are critical in the activation of behavior. The electrolytic lesions of the POA disrupted the activation of male sexual behavior by T only if they destroyed a significant part of the POM. All lesions reduced the volume of the dimorphic nucleus and the absolute number of its aromatase-immunoreactive neurons, but the density of these cells in the remaining POM was not affected, suggesting that the volume change in the nucleus reflected a centripetal displacement of its boundaries rather than an overall shrinkage of the structure. Stereotaxic T implants in or close to POM activated male copulatory behavior and increased the volume of the POM and the number of its aromatase-immunoreactive cells. These neuroanatomical effects were more prominent on the side of the implant, but they were also detected on the contralateral side. Correlative analyses suggested that a part of the POM just rostral to the anterior commissure is critical for the activation of copulatory behavior. The best correlations between the behavioral deficits induced by electrolytic lesions and the size of the lesions were indeed observed in this area. In addition, high correlations were also observed between the behavior activated by T implants and the POM size or number of aromatase-immunoreactive cells that were induced by T in this area. Aromatase immunocytochemistry therefore appears as a useful tool to map the brain areas in which T action is presumably critical for the activation of male sexual behavior. It has allowed us to identify in the present studies a small part of the sexually dimorphic POM that is closely associated with behavior.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS) [less ▲]

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See detailAromatase Inhibition Blocks the Activation and Sexual Differentiation of Appetitive Male Sexual Behavior in Japanese Quail
Balthazart, Jacques ULg; Castagna, C.; Ball, G. F.

in Behavioral Neuroscience (1997), 111(2), 381-97

Two experiments investigated the role of estrogens in the activation and sexual differentiation of appetitive sexual behavior (ASB) in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) as measured by a learned social ... [more ▼]

Two experiments investigated the role of estrogens in the activation and sexual differentiation of appetitive sexual behavior (ASB) in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) as measured by a learned social proximity response. Injection of the aromatase inhibitor R767 13 in castrated, testosterone (T)-treated male quail completely suppressed ASB, confirming that, like consummatory sexual behavior, ASB is mediated by T aromatization. ASB is not observed in female quail, even if they are treated with T as adults. The role of embryonic estrogens in the sexual differentiation of ASB was tested by blocking estrogen synthesis in ovo. Control male and T-treated female quail deprived of estrogens during embryonic life learned the social proximity response used to assess ASB, whereas control female quail did not, despite the presence of high T. Thus, ASB is demasculinized by the action of embryonic estrogens during ontogeny as is consummatory behavior. [less ▲]

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