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See detailLoop diuretics : SAR, molecular interactions and target topography
Masereel, B.; Dupont, L.; Lohrmann, E. et al

Poster (1991, September)

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See detailLoop diuretics : SAR, molecular interactions and target topography
Masereel, B.; Dupont, L.; Lohrmann, E. et al

in Archiv der Pharmazie (1991), 324

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See detailLoop diuretics and the renal Na+K+2Cl- cotransport: interaction model
Masereel, B.; Schynts, M.; Pirotte, Bernard ULiege et al

Conference (1993, March)

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See detailLoop diuretics and the renal Na+K+2Cl- cotransport: interaction model
Masereel, B.; Schynts, M.; Pirotte, Bernard ULiege et al

in Journal de Pharmacie de Belgique (1993), 48

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See detailLordose et/ou xyphose chez le porc : mise à l’épreuve de l’hypothèse héréditaire
Laitat, Martine ULiege; Veillat, Emilie; Van Cauwenberge, Henry et al

Poster (2015, February)

Lordosis and/or kyphosis, also called ”dipped shoulder” or ”humpy‐back” is sporadically observed in growing pigs. This condition is characterized by a thoracic and/or lumbar spinal deformity ... [more ▼]

Lordosis and/or kyphosis, also called ”dipped shoulder” or ”humpy‐back” is sporadically observed in growing pigs. This condition is characterized by a thoracic and/or lumbar spinal deformity. Pathomorphologically, it may be comparable with Scheuermann’s kyphosis in man and so constitutes a spontaneous model for this humane kyphosis of the thoracic or thoracolumbar spine. In pigs, this condition may decrease the value of carcasses, making deboning efforts challenging. Three major and non‐exclusive hypotheses formulated to explain these back deformations are nutrition, intrauterine viral infection and inherited predisposition. The objective of the present study was to test the latter and, if possible, to identify a locus (some loci) associated with the affection. Forty‐eight pigs were included in this case‐control study. Based on a clinical examination and/or on a measure of the degree of spinal deformity, 25 pigs classified as affected were compared to 23 pigs considered as normal. A whole genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) analysis was performed using a 50,000 SNP array. DNA from forty‐seven samples (tail tissue or blood) was extracted while one sample was eliminated because of its poor quality. After applying quality controls, 40 pigs and 57,838 SNPs (on a total of 62,163) remained for further analysis. One SNP (ASGA0090747) located on Sus scrofa chromosome SSC8 crossed the genome‐wide significant threshold and is thus suspected of being associated with the lordosis and/or kyphosis phenotype. These results seem to confirm the hereditary hypothesis. Further investigations are however needed to confirm the suspected association. [less ▲]

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See detailLordosis in pigs: testing the hereditary hypothesis.
Laitat, Martine ULiege; Van Cauwenberge, H; Harmegnies, Natacha ULiege et al

Poster (2014)

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See detailThe Lorenz curve as an indicator of scale effect on image information content
Bogaert, Jan ULiege; Rousseau, R; Van Hecke, P et al

in Clare, T; Howard, D (Eds.) Quantitative Approaches to Landscape Ecology (2000)

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See detailThe Lorenz curve as an indicator of scale effect on map information content.
Bogaert, Jan ULiege

Conference (2000)

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See detailLorrAgri: methodology and experience of a territorial transition lab
Feyereisen, Marlène ULiege

Conference (2017, April 27)

Many scholars have underlined the potential of spatialized (or territorialized) approaches to analyse and guide the transition of the agrifood system. For example, scale reductions often associated with ... [more ▼]

Many scholars have underlined the potential of spatialized (or territorialized) approaches to analyse and guide the transition of the agrifood system. For example, scale reductions often associated with territorialisation offers the opportunity to modify power relations between actors and permits to improve their ability to act – or empower. While territorialized approaches to transition management are promising, to date only few studies have considered these aspects in unison. This study presents the methodology used to design and guide a transition management experience. We describe the tools used, issues raised, and potential benefits of the experience for transition, as well as challenges and limitations. Furthermore, we investigate how tools from transition theories were able to support the experience (multi-level perspective, transition management and strategic niche management). LorrAgri is a “territorial transition lab” organised from early 2016 until present day, and aims to develop the local agrifood system (in particular vegetables) in the rural area of Belgian Lorraine in the South of Belgium. This area has relatively well-developed non-conventional agriculture compared to the rest of Belgium, and recently developed market gardening. The present work is based on extensive data selection, including semi-structured interviews and participant observations. Strategic analysis sociology was used to identify possible strategies and challenges between actors of the agrifood system in the selected territory. From these diagnostics of the territory and its actors, the LorrAgri group was created in January 2016, initially with market gardeners. Over time, organisations joined also (both from the regime and niches) which work on local agrifood development, culminating today in the active support and involvement of local politics. Analyses were conducted at several of these stages, and fed by inputs from transition theories. Our study shows that the territorialized approach can enable cooperation between actors which oppose each other, in terms of norms and values. Therefore, LorrAgri is an interesting case study to analyse modes of cooperation between actors e.g. from the regime and the niches, and how norms and values from different levels can influence each other (transition in-the-making). This study also details how participants found a common objective for developing the local agrifood system, namely to supply local products to collective catering, e.g. school canteens and restaurants. [less ▲]

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See detailLorraine, Sarre, Wallonie et Luxembourg : Politique de psychiatrie et santé mentale
Fond-Harmant, Laurence; Kombou, Josée-Marianne; Kaiser, Martin et al

in Gestions Hospitalieres (2013), 524

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See detailLorsqu'une filière s'identifie à son territoire: que nous apprend l'expérience du "Boeuf des prairies gaumaises"
Stassart, Pierre M ULiege; Stilmant, Didier

in Thewis, André (Ed.) Actes des <XVII Carrefours des productions animales (2012)

We propose in this paper to make an evaluation of the emergeant of a small food chain "boeuf des prairies gaumaises (os from gaumaise grassland) that has started in 2003 and the first sold os in 2007. As ... [more ▼]

We propose in this paper to make an evaluation of the emergeant of a small food chain "boeuf des prairies gaumaises (os from gaumaise grassland) that has started in 2003 and the first sold os in 2007. As interdisciplinary research team (stockfarming system and environmental sociology) we have sustained the emergence of this experience during an intervention resarch. [less ▲]

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See detailLorsque l'attachement mère-enfant est difficilie
Battisti, Oreste ULiege

Scientific conference (2010, May)

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See detailLorsque l’exception infirme la règle
Michel, Quentin ULiege

in Revue de la Faculté de Droit de l'Université de Liège (2009), 2

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See detailLorsque la modernité vient d'Orient
Fournier, Bernard ULiege

in Politique (1988), 13

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See detailLorsque la poésie fait le souverain. Etude sur la Chanson de la Croisade albigeoise
Raguin, Marjolaine ULiege

Book published by Honoré Champion (2015)

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See detailLorsque le management entre au tribunal: évolution ou révolution ?
Schoenaers, Frédéric ULiege

in Revue de Droit de l'ULB (2014), 41

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See detailLorsque les limites des sciences et les sentiers de chasse s’entrecroisent: Une ethnographie des laboratoires scientifiques amazoniens en partenariat avec les communautés autochtones locales
Escobar Jimenez, Kelly ULiege

Doctoral thesis (2012)

Currently, protected areas and protected natural species are in a state of proliferation all over the world. Landscapes, flagship species, peoples in voluntary isolation, ecosystems, and “biological ... [more ▼]

Currently, protected areas and protected natural species are in a state of proliferation all over the world. Landscapes, flagship species, peoples in voluntary isolation, ecosystems, and “biological corridors” are all protected. In order to achieve this, categories of protection at different geographical levels have been mobilized. The processes that allow any one of these categories to become operational within a precise territory are more or less well standardized and have in common, amongst others things, two components that have caught my attention: Firstly, the central role of previous scientific and technical studies, and secondly, the desire to ensure the participation of the populations concerned. How are relations between scientists and the non-scientific public in participatory environmental management? This thesis seeks to answer this question, from the starting point of an analysis of the cognitive dimension of participatory environmental management, i.e. how the production of knowledge affects the modes of existence within protected areas (and consequently their human and nonhuman inhabitants). Building upon the study of daily activities that bring scientists and indigenous peoples into contact in and around the scientific field stations “Yasuní” and “Juri Juri Kawsay” (in the Ecuadorian Amazon), this research describes the relationship between ways of knowing a conflicting object (for example a natural species, a territorial boundary, an isolated people) and the consequences in terms of configuration of that object (in terms of identity, value, and fragility) and its management (administration, use, protection, recovery or abandonment). By mobilizing the approach of Actor-Network theory, this dissertation attempts to outline how mediation between humans and nonhumans, non-scientific and scientific, occurs. It also offers a reflection on how the Agency of an entity (the competence to make make distributed in the humans and nonhumans actors) comes to influence the joint actions. This research can capture the ambiguity, instability, resistance and complexity that still exist in the Amazon, with some unexpected findings along the way, by showing the changes among things and people throughout development projects, land management initiatives, and conservation and science programs. After describing the trajectory of four entities (laboratories, species conservation, territories and subjects), which meet at the Amazonian interfaces where science, conservation and development are in competition, the findings of this dissertation have met two ambitions: to consider the importance of taking into account the complexity and historicity of scientific data and to answer a broader question: What are the relevant factors to take into account when considering the possibilities for joint action between scientists and indigenous populations? [less ▲]

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