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See detail„Pop, Diskretion und Peinlichkeit bei Rainald Goetz“
Pontzen, Alexandra ULg

Conference (2004, May)

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See detailPopeye ou le théâtre de la malséance
Dejasse, Erwin ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

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See detailPoporodwz okresy bezrujowe u krow mlecznych - charakterystyka i metody leczenia.
Hanzen, Christian ULg; Theron, Léonard ULg; Gajewski, Zdzislaw

in Gajewski, Zdzislaw; Malinowski, Edward; Wehrend, Axel (Eds.) Problemy w rozrodzie bydla - aktualne poglady (2011)

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See detailPopovic (Pierre), Imaginaire social et folie littéraire. Le second Empire de Paulin Gagne
Sindaco, Sarah ULg

in COnTEXTES : Revue de Sociologie de la Littérature (2009)

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See detailPopper's Thought Experiment Reinvestigated
Richardson, Christopher ULg; Dowling, Jonathan

in International Journal of Quantum Information (2012), 10(3),

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See detailPoppon de Stavelot, réformateur lotharingien (978-1048)
George, Philippe ULg

in Liège. Autour de l'an mil, la naissance d'une principauté (Xe-XIIe siècle) (2000)

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See detailPoppon von Stablo, 1993, col. 102
George, Philippe ULg

in Lexikon des Mittelalters (1993)

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See detailPOPs : Stay Off! Stay Away! Stay Alive! Human exposure and food control
Focant, Jean-François ULg

in Restek Advantage (2011)

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See detailPOPs: Human exposure and food control
Focant, Jean-François ULg

Scientific conference (2011, April)

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See detailPopular arts and Diversity in post-migration urban Settings
Martiniello, Marco ULg

Scientific conference (2009, July 15)

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See detailPOPULAR ARTS, DIVERSITY AND CULTURAL POLICIES IN POST-MIGRATION URBAN SETTINGS (POPADIVCIT)
Martiniello, Marco ULg

Scientific conference (2011, March 29)

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See detail“Popular Arts, Ethnicity and Migration”
Martiniello, Marco ULg

Scientific conference (2013, September 26)

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See detailPopular Economy in Santiago de Chile: State of Affairs and Challenges
Bauwens, Thomas ULg; Lemaître, Andreia

in World Development : The Multi-Disciplinary International Journal Devoted to the Study and Promotion of World Development (2014), 64

Do informal initiatives share a capitalist spirit of entrepreneurship? This article attempts to answer this question, using a “popular economy” analytical framework and focusing on the case of Chile ... [more ▼]

Do informal initiatives share a capitalist spirit of entrepreneurship? This article attempts to answer this question, using a “popular economy” analytical framework and focusing on the case of Chile. First, we present the context of the research, namely the economic and political evolutions in Chile since the 1970s and their effects on the popular economy. Then, we seek to answer the original question, relying on in-depth case studies of so-called “popular economy organizations”. Our research shows that their socio-economic logics significantly differ from those of the traditional capitalist firm. Our observations also suggest important differences between current and older initiatives. [less ▲]

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See detailPopular Modernism and The American Prose Poem : From Sherwood Anderson to Kenneth Patchen
Delville, Michel ULg

in The Prose Poem : an International Journal (1998), 7

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See detailPopularity as a moderator of peer selection and socialization of adolescent alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco use.
Mathys, Cécile ULg; Burk, William; Cillessen, Antonius

in Journal of Research on Adolescence (2013), 23(3), 513-523

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See detailPopulation compliance with national dietary recommendations and its determinants: findings from the ORISCAV-LUX study.
Alkerwi, A; Sauvageot, N; Nau, A et al

in British Journal of Nutrition (2012)

The objective of the present study was to determine the proportion of adults meeting national recommendations for food and nutrient intake and to identify the demographic, socio-economic and behavioural ... [more ▼]

The objective of the present study was to determine the proportion of adults meeting national recommendations for food and nutrient intake and to identify the demographic, socio-economic and behavioural factors that may contribute to weaken dietary compliance. ORISCAV-LUX is a cross-sectional study that took place in Luxembourg (2007-8). A representative stratified random sample of 1352 adults aged 18-69 years participated in the nationwide cardiovascular health survey. A FFQ was used to estimate food intake. Radar charts were built to compare graphically the compliance of the participants with different key dietary guidelines on the same set of axes. The thirteen food- and nutrient-based recommendations were scored and summed to create a recommendation compliance index (range - 0.5 to 14). Ordinal logistic regression analyses were performed to determine the factors contributing to poor dietary compliance. Several food- and nutrient-based guidelines were insufficiently respected compared with others. The greatest gaps occurred in the adherence to grain and dairy product consumption guidelines, as well as to total fat and notably to SFA recommendations. Age, country of birth, economic status, smoking status and subject's awareness of the importance of balanced meals emerged as independently associated with weak dietary compliance. Obese subjects conformed more to dietary recommendations compared with normal-weight subjects. The findings underscore the need for specific nutrition education messages along with targeted interventions. Efforts should be continued to increase population awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet. [less ▲]

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See detailPopulation displacements in a 4°C+ world
Gemenne, François ULg

Conference (2009, September 29)

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See detailPopulation dynamics and ranging behaviour of a highly provisioned population of Macaca fascicularis in Bali: implications for management
Brotcorne, Fany ULg; Beudels-Jamar, Roseline; Huynen, Marie-Claude ULg

Conference (2012, May 22)

In response to the global landscape anthropization caused by the extensive urbanization and the recruitment of forestlands for cropping, the primate-human commensalism is growing as well as the related ... [more ▼]

In response to the global landscape anthropization caused by the extensive urbanization and the recruitment of forestlands for cropping, the primate-human commensalism is growing as well as the related interspecific conflict. In zones of interface, humans and primates are sympatric and compete for food and spatial resources. Today, we still poorly know the proportion of synanthrope primates and the impact of anthropic pressures. We present here data on 25 years-population dynamics and ranging behaviour of a long-term commensal-living population of long-tail macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali (Indonesia). This population has experienced a dramatic growth over 25 years with an annual increase rate of 11%. In 2011, we counted 614 macaques split in 5 social groups and using an overall home range of 10ha with a 2.41ha core area centred on human provisioning places. We derived a very high population density of 61 macaques per hectare and concluded that this site is overpopulated. Moreover, the conflict between humans and macaques is increasing and requires specific management. As the natural food supply is low in Ubud Monkey Forest, we assume that the high carrying capacity of the site mainly depends on the artificial food supply. The abundance and the quality of artificial food may be the major factor determining such a high population density. The low predation pressure and the habitat compression by destruction of adjacent forests could also influence the positive demographic trend. As a tentative program of population control, we suggest both to lower the caloric content of the food provisioned to macaques and to conduct a sterilization programme. This strategy aims at reducing the conflict with humans and at promoting a sustainable coexistence by reducing birth rates and limiting the macaques’ population growth. [less ▲]

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See detailPopulation dynamics of CD4+ T cells lacking Thy-1 in murine retrovirus-induced immunodeficiency syndrome (MAIDS).
Moutschen, Michel ULg; Colombi, S.; Deprez, Manuel ULg et al

in Scandinavian Journal of Immunology (1994), 39(2), 216-24

Increased numbers of CD4+ Thy-1- cells have been described in the spleen (SP) of mice with retrovirus-induced immunodeficiency (MAIDS). Since this phenotypic abnormality might have considerable functional ... [more ▼]

Increased numbers of CD4+ Thy-1- cells have been described in the spleen (SP) of mice with retrovirus-induced immunodeficiency (MAIDS). Since this phenotypic abnormality might have considerable functional importance, the expansion of the CD4+ Thy-1- subset in MAIDS was characterized further. CD4+ Thy-1- and Thy-1+ T-cells from infected mice expressed similar densities of CD3 and TCR alpha/beta. In contrast, the Thy-1- subset was uniformly CD44hi, even early in the disease when part of Thy-1+ cells were still CD44lo. The emergence of CD4+ Thy-1- cells occurred first in SP and lymph nodes and was observed later in thymus. The important fraction of CD4+ cells lacking Thy-1 normally present in Peyer's patches was only weakly modified. Despite the major expansion of the CD4+ Thy-1- phenotype, the proliferating fraction was not higher in this subset than in CD4+ Thy-1+ cells from infected mice. Persistence after hydroxyurea administration was identical in both subsets, indicating similar mean cell lifespans. Taken together, these results show that the major expansion of CD4+ Thy-1- T-cells in MAIDS is not ascribable solely to increased proliferation within this subset. Phenotypic analysis suggests that CD4+ Thy-1- cells result from the differentiation of Thy-1+ cells induced by activation signals related to retroviral infection. [less ▲]

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See detailPopulation dynamics of Labeo senegalensis Valenciennes 1842 (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in the Oueme River, Benin
Montchowui, Elie; Chikou, Antoine; Ovidio, Michaël ULg et al

in Journal of Fisheries International (2011), 6(3), 52-58

he present study was conducted to understand the population parameters of Labeo senegalensis in Benin. Growth and mortality parameters, exploitation rates and annual recruitment patterns were estimated ... [more ▼]

he present study was conducted to understand the population parameters of Labeo senegalensis in Benin. Growth and mortality parameters, exploitation rates and annual recruitment patterns were estimated from monthly length-frequency samples between April, 2005 and March, 2006 for Labeo senegalensis in the Oueme river. Total length of the sampled 1436 fish ranged from 6.3-52.7 cm. The Von Bertalanffy Growth Function (VBGF) was fitted to the 12 consecutive month’s length-frequency data to obtain a VBGF with the following parameters: L∞ = 57 cm TL, K = 0.30 year-1. The growth performance index (ø') was calculated as 2.99. The total mortality estimates from the catch curve analysis was Z = 1.47 year-1 with a natural mortality M of 0.68 year-1 for a mean environmental temperature of 28°C. The fishing mortality F estimates was 0.79 year-1. The maximum of recruitment was recorded in June to September, indicating recruitment of one cohort year-1. The estimated potential longevity Tmax was 10 years. The exploitation ratio was 0.55 indicating that the Labeo senegalensis stock is on the verge being overfished. The results are discussed and compared to previously available information on Labeo senegalensis in others rivers. [less ▲]

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