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See detailLa régénération naturelle assistée, un outil pour rendre les jachères plus productives
Peltier, Régis; Marquant, Baptiste; Gigaud, Morgan et al

in Louppe, Dominique; Larzillière, Adélaïde (Eds.) Quand la ville mange la forêt : les défis du bois-énergie en Afrique centrale (2013)

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See detailLa régénération naturelle des douglasaies a le vent en poupe. Le point sur les itinéraires techniques existants
PETIT, Sébastien; Claessens, Hugues ULg

in Forêt Wallonne (2013), (126), 40-52

Les vieilles douglasaies montrent clairement que les conditions de la forêt wallonne sont favorables à la régénération naturelle du douglas, que ce soit sous couvert léger ou par ensemencement latéral de ... [more ▼]

Les vieilles douglasaies montrent clairement que les conditions de la forêt wallonne sont favorables à la régénération naturelle du douglas, que ce soit sous couvert léger ou par ensemencement latéral de mises à blanc. Mais la plupart des forestiers hésitent encore quant à son opportunité et à la manière d'en tirer parti. Cet article relate les techniques mises au point par les pionniers de la régénération du douglas [less ▲]

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See detailRégénération osseuse: on touche au but!
Mainjot, Amélie ULg

in Journal du Dentiste, cahiers scientifiques (1999)

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See detailRegge intercepts and couplings from high energy forward scattering data
Cudell, Jean-René ULg; Ezhela, V.; Lugovsky, S. et al

in Prokhudin, A. V. (Ed.) ELASTIC AND DIFFRACTIVE SCATTERING (2000)

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See detailReggio Emilia e la cittadinanza globale
Martiniello, Marco ULg

Scientific conference (2003, June 04)

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See detailLe regime alimentaire chez le patient diabetique de type 2
Paquot, Nicolas ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2005), 60(5-6, May-Jun), 391-4

The goal of medical nutrition therapy in type 2 diabetic patients is to achieve optimal metabolic control of blood glucose levels as well as of other cardiovascular risk factors, such as the the lipid ... [more ▼]

The goal of medical nutrition therapy in type 2 diabetic patients is to achieve optimal metabolic control of blood glucose levels as well as of other cardiovascular risk factors, such as the the lipid profile. Carbohydrate and monounsaturated fat together should provide 60-70% of energy intake. The monounsaturated fat content should be individualized according to the metabolic profile and the habits of the patient. The use of low-glycaemic index foods may be recommended. Less than 10% of energy intake should be derived from saturated fats. Diabetic patients with LDL cholesterol > or = 100 mg/dl may benefit from lowering saturated fat intake to < 7% of energy intake. [less ▲]

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See detailLe régime alimentaire de la chouette effraie, Tyto alba, dans les Pyrénées Orientales. Etude des variations écogéographiques
Libois, Roland ULg; Fons, Roger; Saint Girons, Marie Charlotte

in Revue d'Ecologie (1983), 37

Correspondence analysis is used to study the variations of the diet of the Barn owl in the eastern part of the Pyrenees, and their relationships with the various vegetation zones of the area. Nineteen ... [more ▼]

Correspondence analysis is used to study the variations of the diet of the Barn owl in the eastern part of the Pyrenees, and their relationships with the various vegetation zones of the area. Nineteen samples of owl pellets (18561 prey items) were collected, together with information on the altitude, climate, vegetation and land-use of the sites where pellets were gathered. Mus spretus is a typical eumediterranean species. Pitymys pyrenaicus, Microtus arvalis, Clethrionomys glareolus, Sorex "araneus" and S. minutus are conspicuously absent. Pitymys duodecimcostatus, Suncus etruscus and Crocidura suaveolens cannot be considered as "indicator species" of the mediterranean biome. These small mammals take advantage of some man-made environmental changes to enter areas well outsite the limits of the mediterranean bioclimate: e.g. cultivated fields with deep soils for Pitymys and dry-stone walls for Crocidurine shrews. The strong correslation existing between ecoclimatic factors and prey selection emphazises the opportunistic nature of barn owl's predatory behaviour. The use of fossil pellets as an indicator of past environmental cnditions of a given area is amply justified [less ▲]

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See detailRégime alimentaire de la loutre dans le marais poitevin et comparaison avec les ressources ichtyologiques
Libois, Roland ULg; Rosoux, René

in Artois, Marc (Ed.) XVème colloque francophone de mammalogie (1991, October)

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See detailLe régime alimentaire de la loutre en France: un aperçu général
Libois, Roland ULg; Rosoux, René

in La loutre au Luxembourg et dans les pays limitrophes. Quel avenir pour cette espèce menacée ? (1994)

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See detailRégime alimentaire des Plecotus en périodes préhivernale et hivernale en Belgique
MOTTE, Gregory; Libois, Roland ULg

in Symbioses (2004), 10

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See detailRegime alimentaire du Grand-Duc du désert, Bubo ascalaphus, dans la réserve naturelle de Mergueb (M'Sila, Algérie)
Biche, Mohamed; Sellami, Medhi; Libois, Roland ULg et al

in Alauda (2001), 69(4), 554-557

The diet of Bubo ascalaphus was studied in a steppe at the Mergueb nature reserve. The analysis of 141 pellets indicated that mammals were most abundant (89 %). The most frequent prey, on a numerical ... [more ▼]

The diet of Bubo ascalaphus was studied in a steppe at the Mergueb nature reserve. The analysis of 141 pellets indicated that mammals were most abundant (89 %). The most frequent prey, on a numerical basis (82 %) as well as in term of biomass (96 %) was Meriones shawi trouessarti (Gerbillidae). Other preys included Jaculus orientalis (Dipodidae), and two insectivores: Crocidura russula and Hemiechinus aethiopicus. Among the avifauna, only the Spanish sparrow (Passer hispaniolensis) was a significant part of the Eagle owl dietn especially in spring. Arthropods were represented by Scarabeidae in spring and Scorpionidae in summer but they played a minor role in the food of the Eagle owl. The originality of this diet lies in the absence of Brown hare (Lepus capensis) and the presence of only one specimen of the desert hedgehog. Although its food spectrum was very narrow in this site, the Eagle owl can be regarded as opportunistic as it concentrated on the most available prey: Meriones shawi. [less ▲]

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See detailRégime alimentaire hivernal du busard des roseaux, Circus aeruginosus dans les marais de Brouage (Charente Maritime)
Ingenbleek, Aude; Cuisin, J.; Libois, Roland ULg et al

in Annales de la Société des Sciences Naturelles de la Charente-Maritime (2004), 9(4), 389-398

The diet of European marsh harrier was studied from 555 pellets collected in the Marais de Brouage (Charente-Maritime) during four winters distributed over a 17 years period (1985-86 / 2001-02). A total ... [more ▼]

The diet of European marsh harrier was studied from 555 pellets collected in the Marais de Brouage (Charente-Maritime) during four winters distributed over a 17 years period (1985-86 / 2001-02). A total of 1074 prey items (70 taxa) were identified. The mammals are the most numerous (62.6%); three rodents represent half of the prey. The increase of coypu (Myocastor coypus) is the most important interannual variation, they currently represent more than the thrid of the prey [less ▲]

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See detailRegime change in Mexico and the transformation of state-diaspora relations
Lafleur, Jean-Michel ULg

in Collyer, Michael (Ed.) Policies and Ideologies of Emigrant Engagement (2013)

Over the course of last two decades, Mexico’s policies towards its population abroad has moved from a situation characterized by a general lack of interest to being one of the most active state in this ... [more ▼]

Over the course of last two decades, Mexico’s policies towards its population abroad has moved from a situation characterized by a general lack of interest to being one of the most active state in this field. The recent development of dual national and external voting policies as well as the creation of a dedicated government agency and of a consultative body all epitomize the radical change through which Mexico has gone. In this chapter, I argue that the transformation of Mexico’s attitude towards its emigrants is strongly connected to the evolution of its political regime characterized by a transition towards democracy, a strong desire to take part actively in the global economy and the increasing interest of regional actors in migration issues. Focusing on the issue of external voting, the chapter concludes by discussing the evolution of the power relations between the emigrant community and the Mexican state. [less ▲]

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See detailRégime de faveur pour les transmissions d'entreprises
Douny, Raphaël ULg

in Droits de succession - 2013 (2013)

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See detailLe régime de l'assurance protection juridique
Paris, Catherine ULg

Book published by De Boeck & Larcier (2004)

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See detailLe régime de la loutre (Lutra lutra) en Bretagne intérieure
Libois, Roland ULg; Hallet, Catherine; Lafontaire, Lionel

in Revue d'Ecologie (La Terre et la Vie) (1987), 42

Fifty six otter spraints were collected along three oligotrophic streams of Central Brittany, from 1982 to 1985. Pry items were identified, enumerated, and their size estimated, using the same criteria as ... [more ▼]

Fifty six otter spraints were collected along three oligotrophic streams of Central Brittany, from 1982 to 1985. Pry items were identified, enumerated, and their size estimated, using the same criteria as those previousely used by Hallet (1977-1985) in her study of the diet of the Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis). Among the 251 prey items belonging to 11 taxa, small fish species such as the bullhead (Cottus gobio) and the minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus) were the most abundant. From the trophic point of view, however, their importance was rather negligible, since their biomass made up 10 % only of the overall biomass ingested. Large prey, such as trout (Salmo trutta), birds and mammals, made up the bulk of the otter diet in this area. [less ▲]

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See detailRégime et tactique alimentaires de la loutre (Lutra lutra) dans le Massif Central
Libois, Roland ULg

in Vie et milieu (1997), 47(1), 33-45

Otter spaints were collected in 1991 on a seasonal basis in the river Chavanon catchment, a tributary of the river Dordogne, in central France. Small sized species (bullhead, three-spined stickleback ... [more ▼]

Otter spaints were collected in 1991 on a seasonal basis in the river Chavanon catchment, a tributary of the river Dordogne, in central France. Small sized species (bullhead, three-spined stickleback, gudgeon and minnow) are the most numerous items in the diet: they account for more than 50% of the 3,148 identified preys. However, when expressed in relative biomass, their importance falls down (8 %). In fact, the brown trout, large cyprinid fish, birds and mammals make up the bulk of the diet. We found strong differences linked to the general habitat types and also seasonal ones. Frogs are mainly preyed upon during the spring whereas the snakes are exclusively taken in the summer and autumn months. Gudgeon and insects are also mainly summer and autumn preys. Perch and large cyprinid fish remais are more frequent during winter and even spring. The present results confirm the opportunistic way of predation of the otter and the fact that its hunting takes place more on the bottom and along the river banks than in the open water. [less ▲]

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