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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Life sciences => Agriculture & agronomy

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  1. Using automated sanding to homogeneously break seed dormancy in black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L., Fabaceae)

    Bouteiller, Xavier(*); Porté, Annabel J.(*); Mariette, Stéphanie; Monty, Arnaud
    Peer reviewed

  2. Impact of tillage on greenhouse gas emissions by a maize crop and dynamics of N2O fluxes.

    Lognoul, Margaux; Theodorakopoulos, Nicolas; Hiel, Marie-Pierre; Bodson, Bernard; Heinesch, Bernard; Aubinet, Marc
    N2O is a potent greenhouse gas produced by nitrifying and denitrifying microorganisms. In agricultural soils, the uppermost soil layer constitutes the main source of N2O emissions, which are driven by climatic events such as precipitations, but also by soil properties such as N and C availability. Farming practices like tillage can influence these soil properties and consequently affect greenhouse gas emissions. Between June and October 2015, CO2 and N2O fluxes were measured on a maize crop located in Gembloux (Belgium), using a homemade automated set of dynamic closed chambers. Two tillage treatments were compared: reduced tillage and conventional tillage, both applied...

  3. Estimation of leaf nitrogen concentration on winter wheat by multispectral imaging

    Leemans, Vincent; Marlier, Guillaume; Destain, Marie-France; Dumont, Benjamin; Mercatoris, Benoît
    Peer reviewed

  4. Développement d’un système d’aide à la décision multicritère pour l’optimisation de la fertilisation azotée

    Dumont, Benjamin; Basso, Bruno; Destain, Jean-Pierre; Meza Morales, Walter; Bodson, Bernard
    Peer reviewed

  5. Study of the growth potential of Listeria moncytogenes in cheese made by Belgian farmers

    Gerard, Amaury; Daube, Georges; Sindic, Marianne

  6. What is the landscape of artisanal cheese production in Belgium?

    Gerard, Amaury; Daube, Georges; Sindic, Marianne

  7. What is the landscape of artisanal cheese production in Belgium?

    Gerard, Amaury; Daube, Georges; Sindic, Marianne
    Peer reviewed

  8. Study of the growth potential of Listeria monocytogenes in cheeses made by Belgian farmers

    Gerard, Amaury; Daube, Georges; Sindic, Marianne
    Peer reviewed

  9. Modelling soil water dynamic in rain-fed spring maize field with plastic mulching

    Chen, Baoqing; Liu, Enke; Mei, Xurong; Yan, Changrong; Garré, Sarah
    Peer reviewed

  10. Seasonal Changes and Vertical Distributions of Soil Organic Carbon Pools under Conventional and No-Till Practices on Loess Plateau in China

    Liu, Enke; Chen, Baoqing; Yan, Changrong; Zhang, Yanqing; Mei, Xurong; Wang, Jianbo
    Peer reviewed

  11. Soil nitrogen and its fractions between long-term conventional and no-tillage systems with straw retention in dryland farming in northern China

    Zhang, Hengheng; Zhang, Yanqing; Yan, Changrong; Liu, Enke; Chen, Baoqing
    Peer reviewed

  12. Surfactin protects wheat against Zymoseptoria tritici and activates both salicylic acid- and jasmonic acid-dependent defense responses

    Le Mire, Géraldine; Siah, Ali; Brisset, Marie-Noëlle; Gaucher, Matthieu; Deleu, Magali; Jijakli, Haissam
    Peer reviewed

  13. Emergence de Tuta absoluta en culture maraîchère au Burkina Faso : une menace grave pour la production de tomates dans le contexte actuel de changement climatique

    Son, Diakalia; Bonzi, S.; Somda, I.; Bawin, T.; Boukraa, Slimane; Verheggen, François; Francis, Frédéric; Legrève, Anne; Schiffers, Bruno
    Avec l'accroissement des températures qui s'annonce au Burkina Faso (hausse de 0,8 C en 2025, et de 1,7 C en 2050) selon MECV (2007), il faudrait s'attendre à l’émergence et à la prolifération de nouveaux ravageurs. En plus, la hausse des températures réduit le temps de latence des générations de bioagresseurs et favorise une augmentation du nombre de cycles par saison (Moiroux et al., 2014).

  14. Assessment of household risk management strategies for coastal aquaculture: The case of clam farming in Thaibinh Province, Vietnam

    Ngo Thi Thu Hang; Azadi, Hossein; Huu Cuong, Tran; Lebailly, Philippe
    Peer reviewed

  15. Télédétection spatiale de l'occupation du Sol en Wallonie

    Bonnet, Stéphanie; Brogna, Delphine; Piron, Julie; Poncelet, Nadia
    1- Analyse de la qualité radiométrique de la couche ORTHOS_DGA (Unité de Géomatique) 2-Mise au point d’une stratégie d’acquisition d’images HR destinées à être utilisées en complément de la couche ORTHOS_DGA (Unité de Géomatique) -3 Production d’une couche de différence d’altitude entre le MNS_DGA et un MNT (Unité de Géomatique - GRFMN) 4- Préparation d’une base de données d’objets de référence (GRFMN) 5- Mise au point des procédures de segmentation d’images (GRFMN) 6- Préparation de la base de données « images » (GRFMN) 7- Analyses thématiques (GRFMN – Unité de Géomatique) 8- Intégration des données produites dans la base de données...

  16. Taxonomic characterisation of bacteria communities from water of diversified aquaponic systems

    Eck, Mathilde; Sare, Abdoul Razack; Massart, Sébastien; Jijakli, Haissam
    In 2030, the world’s population should reach 8.3 billion people. It is thus necessary to find intensive yet sustainable food production methods to feed this growing population and aquaponics could contribute to it.. Aquaponics is defined as a combination of hydroponic and aquaculture techniques and seems to be a promising technology to meet this resilience. It functions with plants, fish and microorganisms which play a key role in nitrification and mineralisation of fish wastes into nutrients absorbable by plants. Herein we aim at characterising the bacteria present in diversified systems to better understand the composition and role of their communities...

  17. Beech wood Fagus sylvatica hydrolysates as feedstocks for Chlorella biomass, fatty acid and pigment production.

    Miazek, Krystian
    This thesis evaluates the possibility of using wood hydrolysates as feedstocks for microalgae growth and production of industrially valuable compounds such as fatty acids and pigments. Moreover, the effect of lignocellulosic hydrolysates, organic substances typically present in lignocellulosic hydrolysates, as well as minor co-products, on growth and accumulation of target compounds in microalgae cultures is described. Firstly, beech wood dilute-acid (H2SO4) hydrolysate as a feedstock for Chlorella growth, fatty acid and pigment production, was tested. Hydrolysis of beech wood with the use of sulfuric acid produced a hydrolysate containing numerous organic compounds such as sugars, acetate, phenolics and furans. In...

  18. Propriétés physico-chimiques et potentialités Agro-Industrielles des Huiles végétales « Cas de l’huile de Palme

    Yamoneka Wasso, Juste

  19. Les boissons alcooliques locales de Goma; aperçu général et perspectives d'amélioration

    Yamoneka Wasso, Juste

  20. Enzymatic inter-esterification of binary blends containing Irvingia gabonensis seed fat to produce Cocoa Butter Substitute (CBS)

    Yamoneka Wasso, Juste; Malumba Kamba, Paul; Danthine, Sabine; Blecker, Christophe
    Peer reviewed

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