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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (301.662 recursos)

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 => Multidisciplinary, general & others

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  1. Impact des insectes sur l’émission des composés volatils cadavériques et valorisation pour le dressage des chiens cadavres

    Martin, Clément

  2. Physico-chemical Approach for Characterising Probiotics: example of High Concentrated Multistrain-Based Formulation

    Razafindralambo, Hary; Delvigne, Frank; Blecker, Christophe
    Peer reviewed

  3. Produire sans pesticide : Est-ce une utopie ?

    Schiffers, Bruno

  4. Peut-on nourrir le monde sans pesticides : utopie ou réelle possibilité ?

    Schiffers, Bruno
    Pourquoi ce succès des pesticides ? Ne sont-ils pas un facteur de progrès ? Alors pourquoi s’en passer s’ils sont efficaces ? Sans pesticide, peut-on produire assez de nourriture ? Et dans les pays du Sud qui souffrent de la famine ? A quel prix ? Tout le monde n’a pas les moyens de se payer des aliments “bios”!

  5. Impact des pesticides et autres intrants illégaux et contrefaits sur l'économie du secteur horticole des pays ACP

    Schiffers, Bruno

  6. The Challenge of Private Standards for ACP producers

    Schiffers, Bruno

  7. Identification of the anteroposterior and mediolateral position of lion paws and tracks using 3D geometric morphometrics

    Marchal, Antoine F.J.; Lejeune, Philippe; de Bruyn, P.J. Nico
    Peer reviewed

  8. Knowledge, Attitudes and Awareness of Pre-Service Teachers on Biodiversity Conservation in Rwanda

    Nsengimana, Venuste
    Peer reviewed

  9. Capturing fine-scale population structure towards molecular reclassification of patients

    Chaichoompu, Kridsadakorn
    During the past decades, population structure analysis has been playing an important role for stratifying populations and tracking back population ancestries. Population structure is mainly due to non-random mating between subgroups in a population because of various reasons, being of social, cultural, or geographical nature. Genetic structure in populations may also arise from known or unknown family relationships. Complex disease analyses, in case-control genetic association studies particularly, can be affected by so-called cryptic relatedness, which refers to unobserved ancestral relationships between study individuals. As population structure may confound results from genetic association studies and studies that aim to detect clinically...

  10. Les nucléoles des cellules animales possèdent-ils tous la même organisation structurale et fonctionnelle?

    Thiry, Marc

  11. Gene Entity Recognition of Full Text Articles

    Noll, Manuel(*); Lété, Jonathan(*); Meyer, Patrick(*)
    Peer reviewed

  12. Gene Entity Recognition of Full Text Articles

    Noll, Manuel(*); Lété, Jonathan(*); Meyer, Patrick(*)
    Peer reviewed

  13. Gene Entity Recognition of Full Text Articles

    Noll, Manuel; Lété, Jonathan; Meyer, Patrick
    Peer reviewed

  14. Gene Entity Recognition of Full Text Articles

    Noll, Manuel; Lété, Jonathan; Meyer, Patrick
    Peer reviewed

  15. Of trees and men: new insights into man-environment relationships in the moist forests of central Africa during the late Holocene

    Morin, Julie
    In central Africa, vegetation history has been documented by paleoenvironmental studies (especially palynology), which mainly concerned the way climate has shaped the forest landscapes. Human impacts in this region have hardly been studied so far, especially at local scale. The main objective of this PhD is to propose an approach based on archaeology and the use of charred botanical remains found in soils, either wood charcoal or seeds, in order to document the Holocene anthropogenic impacts on the forest structure and composition. When coupled with the diachronic analysis of human activities, these land-use biomarkers can allow a better understanding of...

  16. Early Apoptosis Real-Time Detection by Label-free SERS Based on Externalized Phosphatidylserine

    Huang, Yang
    Peer reviewed

  17. Risk assessment for small farmers exposed to plant protection products in the Niger River valley

    Massalatchi Illyassou, Karimoun; Adamou, R.; Schiffers, Bruno
    Peer reviewed

  18. Potential demal exposure of florists to fungicide residues on flowers and risk assessment

    Toumi, Khaoula; Joly, L.; Vleminckx, C.; Schiffers, Bruno
    Peer reviewed

  19. Inauguration du médaillon d'Emile Laurent à l'Institut agricole de Gembloux

    Marchal, Émile

  20. Revision of echinoids from the Tournaisian (Mississippian) of Belgium and the importance of disarticulated material in assessing palaeodiversity

    Thompson, Jeffrey; Denayer, Julien
    Peer reviewed

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