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See detailPléthore et art de guérir. Le malaise des médecins liégeois au XIXe siècle
Havelange, Carl ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (1984), 1984(XXXIX),

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See detailPléthore et médicalisation. Les médecins liégeois au XIXe siècle
Havelange, Carl ULg

in Place de la santé (1987), 1987(8),

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See detailPleuresies d'etiologie inattendue: le corps etranger au sein de la cavite pleurale.
Ribera-Jorba, Thaïs; HEINEN, Vincent ULg; Corhay, Jean-Louis ULg et al

in Revue medicale de Liege (2014), 69(1), 38-45

Following three brief clinical reports, we review the literature concerning a rare cause of exudative pleural effusion: the presence of a foreign body in the pleural cavity. Frequently iatrogenical, this ... [more ▼]

Following three brief clinical reports, we review the literature concerning a rare cause of exudative pleural effusion: the presence of a foreign body in the pleural cavity. Frequently iatrogenical, this rare etiology of pleural effusion must be envisaged when this complication develops after any invasive peri-thoracic surgery and must be included in the differential diagnosis of recurrent pleural effusions. These effusions have a favorable prognosis after withdrawal of the foreign body. [less ▲]

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See detailLa pleuropneumonie contagieuse bovine
Linden, Annick ULg; Desmecht, Daniel ULg

in Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift (2000), 69

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See detailPli et "subjectivation" chez Heidegger
Pieron, Julien ULg

in Cormann, Grégory; Laoureux, Sébastien; Pieron, Julien (Eds.) Différence et identité: Les enjeux phénoménologiques du pli (2006)

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See detailPli et subjectivation chez Heidegger
Pieron, Julien ULg

Conference (2004, November 23)

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See detail“Pli selon pli”. Les modèles musicaux de Mallarmé
Durand, Pascal ULg

in Albéra, Ph. (Ed.) Pli selon pli de Pierre Boulez. Entretien et études (2003)

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See detailPli, émotion et temporalité : remarques sur le problème de l’enfance chez Sartre et Merleau-Ponty
Cormann, Grégory ULg

in Cormann, Grégory; Laoureux, Sébastien; Pieron, Julien (Eds.) Différence et identité. Les enjeux phénoménologiques du « pli » (2005)

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See detailPlicathyridine brachiopods from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of the Middle East and Belgium
Mottequin, Bernard ULg; Brice, Denise

in Programme and abstracts volume (2010, June 28)

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See detailPline l’Ancien et l’art de la Renaissance. Balises pour une étude de réception entre le Nord et le Sud
Bert, Mathilde ULg

in Revue Belge d'Archéologie et d'Histoire de l'Art (2006), 75

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See detailPlio-Pleistocene sea level and temperature fluctuations in the northwestern Pacific promoted speciation in the globally-distributed flathead mullet Mugil cephalus
Shen, K.-N.; Jamandre, Brian Wade ULg; Hsu, C.-C. et al

in BMC Evolutionary Biology (2011), 11(1),

Abstract. Background: The study of speciation in the marine realm is challenging because of the apparent absence of physical barriers to dispersal, which are one of the main drivers of genetic diversity ... [more ▼]

Abstract. Background: The study of speciation in the marine realm is challenging because of the apparent absence of physical barriers to dispersal, which are one of the main drivers of genetic diversity. Although phylogeographic studies using mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) information often reveal significant genetic heterogeneity within marine species, the evolutionary significance of such diversity is difficult to interpret with these markers. In the northwestern (NW) Pacific, several studies have emphasised the potential importance of sea-level regression during the most recent glaciations as a driver of genetic diversity in marine species. These studies have failed, however, to determine whether the period of isolation was long enough for divergence to attain speciation. Among these marine species, the cosmopolitan estuarine-dependent fish Mugil cephalus represents an interesting case study. Several divergent allopatric mtDNA lineages have been described in this species worldwide, and three occur in sympatry in the NW Pacific. Results: Ten nuclear microsatellites were surveyed to estimate the level of genetic isolation of these lineages and determine the role of sea-level fluctuation in the evolution of NW Pacific M. cephalus. Three cryptic species of M. cephalus were identified within this region (NWP1, 2 and 3) using an assignment test on the microsatellite data. Each species corresponds with one of the three mtDNA lineages in the COI phylogenetic tree. NWP3 is the most divergent species, with a distribution range that suggests tropical affinities, while NWP1, with a northward distribution from Taiwan to Russia, is a temperate species. NWP2 is distributed along the warm Kuroshio Current. The divergence of NWP1 from NWP2 dates back to the Pleistocene epoch and probably corresponds to the separation of the Japan and China Seas when sea levels dropped. Despite their subsequent range expansion since this period of glaciation, no gene flow was observed among these three lineages, indicating that speciation has been achieved. Conclusions: This study successfully identified three cryptic species in M. cephalus inhabiting the NW Pacific, using a combination of microsatellites and mitochondrial genetic markers. The current genetic architecture of the M. cephalus species complex in the NW Pacific is the result of a complex interaction of contemporary processes and historical events. Sea level and temperature fluctuations during Plio-Pleistocene epochs probably played a major role in creating the marine species diversity of the NW Pacific that is found today. © 2011 Shen et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. [less ▲]

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See detailPlis et enveloppements chez Leibniz
Bouquiaux, Laurence ULg

in Différence et identité. Les enjeux phénoménologiques du pli (2006)

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See detailPlissements superposés à Belle-Isle-en-Mer (Morbihan)
Darimont, Anne ULg

in Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique (1973), 96

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See detailPlmA, a new member of the GntR family, has plasmid maintenance functions in Anabaena sp. strain PCC 7120
Lee, M. H.; Scherer, K.; Rigali, Sébastien ULg et al

in Journal of Bacteriology (2003), 185(15), 4315-4325

The filamentous cyanobacterium Anabaena (Nostoc) sp. strain PCC 7120 maintains a genome that is divided into a 6.4-Mb chromosome, three large plasmids of more that 100 kb, two medium-sized plasmids of 55 ... [more ▼]

The filamentous cyanobacterium Anabaena (Nostoc) sp. strain PCC 7120 maintains a genome that is divided into a 6.4-Mb chromosome, three large plasmids of more that 100 kb, two medium-sized plasmids of 55 and 40 kb, and a 5.5-kb plasmid. Plasmid copy number can be dynamic in some cyanobacterial species, and the genes that regulate this process have not been characterized. Here we show that mutations in an open reading frame, all1076, reduce the numbers of copies per chromosome of several plasmids. In a mutant strain, plasmids pCC7120delta and pCC7120zeta are both reduced to less than 50% of their wild-type levels. The exogenous pDU1-based plasmid pAM1691 is reduced to less than 25% of its wild-type level, and the plasmid is rapidly lost. The peptide encoded by all1076 shows similarity to members of the GntR family of transcriptional regulators. Phylogenetic analysis reveals a new domain topology within the GntR family. PlmA homologs, all coming from cyanobacterial species, form a new subfamily that is distinct from the previously identified subfamilies. The all1076 locus, named plmA, regulates plasmid maintenance functions in Anabaena sp. strain PCC 7120. [less ▲]

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See detailLe plomb atmosphérique enregistré dans les stalagmites de Han-sur-Lesse
Allan, Mohammed ULg; Verheyden, sophie

Conference (2013, November 16)

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See detailLe plomb dans les traités d’architecture français des Temps Modernes
Gilles, Isabelle ULg

Conference (2013, October 15)

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See detailPlongée et barotraumatisme chez les cétacés
Jauniaux, Thierry ULg

in annual proceeding (2005)

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See detailPlot-scale vertical and horizontal transport of CO2 modified by a persistent slope wind system in and above an alpine forest
Feigenwinter, Christian; Montagnani, Leonardo; Aubinet, Marc ULg

in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2010), 150(5), 665-673

Data from the flux tower site Renon/Ritten, Italy, located at 1735 m. a.s.l. on a south exposed steep (11 degrees) forested alpine slope, is analyzed. In spite of the complex terrain, a persistent slope ... [more ▼]

Data from the flux tower site Renon/Ritten, Italy, located at 1735 m. a.s.l. on a south exposed steep (11 degrees) forested alpine slope, is analyzed. In spite of the complex terrain, a persistent slope wind system prevailed at the site during most of the ADVEX campaign from April to September 2005. We describe in detail how CO2 is transported parallel to the slope and how this transport affects net ecosystem exchange (NEE) in the diurnal course. The local slope wind system may be strongly modified by two different large scale synoptic situations. The "Tramontana", a persistent strong wind from the north, amplified the drainage flow during nighttime and suppressed the upslope flow above the forest canopy during daytime. Vice versa, we observed periods with continuing flow from the south, which supported the local daytime upslope flow and partly suppressed the nighttime downslope flow. This led to periods of several hours with opposite flow directions in and above the canopy. Depending on the prevailing situation, the trunk space is coupled and/or decoupled with/from the roughness sublayer above the forest canopy. In particular, vertical and horizontal mixing of CO2 was strongly dependent on the dominating wind field with essential impact on the horizontal advective flux of CO2. The most common "Local" situation, dominated by the slope wind system, showed positive horizontal and vertical advection (with typical values around 7 and 3 mu mol m(-2) s(-1), respectively) together with downslope winds at night and slightly negative horizontal advection (typical values around 2 mu mol m(-2) s(-1)) together with upslope winds during the day. This pattern was amplified at night when the wind was consistently (day and night) blowing downslope (the "Tramontana" situation) and, vice versa, attenuated during the night, when the wind was blowing permanently upslope (the "Southerlies" situation). Taking into account these advective fluxes would significantly reduce the reported annual CO2 uptake of this forest. Related effects are expected to occur at flux tower sites with similar topography and vegetation. (C) 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailPlotselinge sterfte bij kalveren : rol van Clostridium perfringens
Mainil, Jacques ULg

Scientific conference (1995, November)

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