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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (203,595 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.

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1. The lipases from Y. lipolytica: genetics, production, regulation, biochemical characterization and biotechnological applications - Fickers, Patrick
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2. Antibiotic compounds from Bacillus: why are they so amazing? - Fickers, Patrick
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3. Optimization of pAOX1 induction in a methanol/sorbitol co-feeding process in Pichia pastoris Mut+/pAOX1-lacZ strain - Carly, F.; Niu, H.; Fickers, Patrick
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4. Optimization of pAOX1 induction in a methanol/sorbitol co-feeding process in Pichia pastoris - Carly, F.; Niu, H.; Fickers, Patrick
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5. Bacillus as a source of novel antibiotics - Fickers, Patrick
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6. Propuesta de estrategia para la producción de biocombustibles de biomasa lignocelulósica - Ramos-Sanchez, L.B.; Cujilema-Quitio, M.C.; Leon-Revelo, G.; Marquez-Penamaria, G.; Morell-Napoles, G.; Fickers, Patrick
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7. Fungal lipase production by solid-state fermentation - Ramos-Sanchez, L.B.; Julian-Ricardo, M.C.; Cordova, J.; Fickers, Patrick
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8. Protein folding at extreme temperatures: current issues - Feller, Georges
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9. Influence of cover crop management on sugar beet production - Hiel, Marie-Pierre; Bodson, Bernard

10. Drawing-up of pesticide selectivity lists to beneficial arthropods for IPM programmes in potato. - Hautier, L.; Jansen, J. P.; Schiffers, Bruno; Deleu, R.; Moreira, C.
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11. Predicting Winter Wheat Biomass And Grain Protein Content - Mansouri, Majdi; Dumont, Benjamin; Destain, Marie-France
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12. Effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid combined to 6-Benzylaminopurine on callus induction, total phenolic and ascorbic acid production, and antioxidant activities in leaf tissue cultures of Crataegus azarolus L. var. aronia - Chaabani, Ghaya; Tabart, Jessica; Kevers, Claire; Dommes, Jacques; Khan, Muhammad; Zaoui, Sonia; Chebchoud, Lotfi; Lachaal, Mokhtar; Karray-Bouraoui, Najoua
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13. GESTION TECHNIQUE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT D'UNE VILLE (BEMBEREKE AU BENIN): Caractérisation et quantification des déchets solides émis; connaissance des ressources en eau et approche technique - Ngahane, Emilienne Laure
La sauvegarde de l’environnement, l’un des piliers du développement durable, ne s’intègre que timidement dans les plans de développement communaux en Afrique. A Bembéréké, comme dans la plupart des communes en Afrique subtropicale, on note parmi les problématiques environnementales majeures : un amenuisement des facteurs de production en milieu rural et une insalubrité alarmante en milieu urbain. En effet, le centre urbain de Bembéréké s’est avéré insalubre au terme de deux études (DCAM, 2005 et Ngahane, 2010) ; le paludisme, les infections respiratoires, les anémies, etc. sont le quotidien des populations. Le projet « Gestion des Déchets solides » veut résorber...

14. Functional traits and speciation of tropical African species: the case of genus Guibourtia Benn - Tosso, Dji-ndé Félicien; Daïnou, Kasso; Hardy, J. Olivier; Lejeune, Philipe; Doucet, Jean-Louis
Nowadays, comparative ecology approach is widely used to understand mechanisms of speciation. In evolutionary biology, few studies take into account the importance of physiological traits as criteria for interspecific differentiation, although such an approach is particularly suited to infer the adaptive capacities of taxa. The genus Guibourtia Benn (Fabaceae / Caesalpinioideae), composed of 13 species in Africa, seems an ideal candidate for this study. As a matter of fact, this model includes not only species of different vegetation ecosystems (forest and savanna) but also morphologically very similar species found in various areas with different climates and soils (sandy, clayloam, limestone,...

15. RhoGTPases as Key players in mammalian cell adaptation to microgravity. - Louis, Fiona; Deroanne, Christophe; Nusgens-Richelle, Betty; Vico, Laurence; Guignandon, Alain
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16. The lichen genus Kroswia is a synonym of Fuscopannaria (Pannariaceae) - Magain, Nicolas; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël
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17. Effects of prolactin deficiency on myelopoiesis and splenic T lymphocyte proliferation in thermally injured mice. - Dugan, Amy L.; Thellin, Olivier; Buckley, Donna J.; Buckley, Arthur R.; Ogle, Cora K.; Horseman, Nelson D.
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18. Biochemical methane potential of residues of three banana varieties from Cameroon : fresh and dry peduncles - Awedem wobiwo, Florent; Happi Emaga, Thomas; Fokou, Elie; Boda, Maurice; Gillet, Sébastien; Deleu, Magali; Gerin, Patrick
In Cameroon , the ratio of energy cost to standard of living for both electric and fuel energy is higher than in USA and EU. The local energy needs could be met by valorizing local wastes in an environmentally and economically sustainable way. Banana and plantain plants produce significant quantities of post-harvest biomass wastes such as bulbs, pseudo stems, leaf sheaths, petioles–midribs, leaf blades, peduncles, rachis and blossoms which can be converted to methane-rich biogas by anaerobic digestion (AD). AD is a natural process of degradation of organic materials.

19. The Coordinated Climate-Crop Modeling Project - McDermid, Sonali; Ruane, Alex; Hudson, Nick; Rosenzweig, Cynthia; ...; Dumont, Benjamin; et al.
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20. The Coordinated Climate-Crop Modeling Project (C3MP) - Ruane, Alex; McDermid, Sonali; Hudson, Nicholas; Rosenzweig, Cynthia; ...; Dumont, Benjamin; et al.
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