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See detailLes variables magnétiques I
Renson, Pierre ULiege

in Ciel et Terre (1963), 79

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See detailLes variables magnétiques II
Renson, Pierre ULiege

in Ciel et Terre (1963), 79

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See detailLes variables magnétiques III
Renson, Pierre ULiege

in Ciel et Terre (1963), 79

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See detailVariable‐energy electron ionisation for GC×GC forensic blood VOC profiling
Dubois, Lena ULiege; Perrault, Katelynn ULiege; Stefanuto, Pierre-Hugues ULiege et al

Scientific conference (2017, December)

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See detailVariace biomoci v lifestylovém diskurzu
Kotisova, Johana ULiege

in Media Studies = Mediální studia (2011), 6(2),

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See detailVariance of effects of lactation stage within herd by herd yield
Gengler, Nicolas ULiege; Wiggans, G. R.

in Journal of Animal Science (2001, July 24), 79/84/80(Suppl. 1/ Suppl. 1/ Suppl. 1), 216

First-lactation test-day yields from New York, Wisconsin, and California herds with low (<7257 kg), medium (9072 to 9525 kg), and high (>11,340 kg) annual milk yields were adjusted additively for age and ... [more ▼]

First-lactation test-day yields from New York, Wisconsin, and California herds with low (<7257 kg), medium (9072 to 9525 kg), and high (>11,340 kg) annual milk yields were adjusted additively for age and lactation stage. Two random regression models with third-order Legendre polynomials for permanent environmental and genetic effects were used. The second model also included a random effect with the same polynomial regressions for 2-yr intervals within herd (herd-stage effect). Mean adjusted test-day milk yields were 35.4 kg (75,838 test days in 9108 lactations) for high-yield herds, 28.8 kg (74,845 test days in 8887 lactations) for medium-yield herds, and 25.6 kg (71,996 test days in 8490 lactations) for low-yield herds. Although estimated phenotypic variances also declined with herd yield, those variances were surprisingly similar for medium- and low-yield herds. Herd-stage effect on phenotypic variance was negligible. Heritabilities for high- and medium-yield herds initially decreased and then gradually increased across lactation stages. Maximum heritability (0.33, high-yield herds; 0.30, mediumyield herds) was reached from 200 to 300 d in milk. Heritabilities were lower for low-yield herds but increased rapidly (maximum of 0.22 at lactation end). Introduction of a herd-stage effect eliminated the heritability decrease in early lactation for high- and medium-yield herds and reduced the increase in late lactation for low-yield herds. Heritabilities generally were lower with inclusion of a herd-stage effect, which indicated that variances for this effect were partly considered genetic in the less complete model. Herd-stage variances relative to phenotypic variance were highest at the beginning (12%) and end of lactation (7%) for medium-yield herds. Herd yield and stage had a large effect on variance size and change across lactation stages during first lactation and should be considered when accounting for heterogeneous variances in genetic evaluations. [less ▲]

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See detailVariant intestinal-cell kinase in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
bailey, JN; de Nijs, L; Bai, D et al

in New England Journal of Medicine (2018), 378

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See detailVariants modulating the expression of a chromosome domain encompassing PLAG1 influence bovine stature.
Karim, Latifa ULiege; Takeda, Haruko ULiege; Lin, Li et al

in Nature Genetics (2011), 43(5), 405-13

We report mapping of a quantitative trait locus (QTL) with a major effect on bovine stature to a approximately 780-kb interval using a Hidden Markov Model-based approach that simultaneously exploits ... [more ▼]

We report mapping of a quantitative trait locus (QTL) with a major effect on bovine stature to a approximately 780-kb interval using a Hidden Markov Model-based approach that simultaneously exploits linkage and linkage disequilibrium. We re-sequenced the interval in six sires with known QTL genotype and identified 13 clustered candidate quantitative trait nucleotides (QTNs) out of >9,572 discovered variants. We eliminated five candidate QTNs by studying the phenotypic effect of a recombinant haplotype identified in a breed diversity panel. We show that the QTL influences fetal expression of seven of the nine genes mapping to the approximately 780-kb interval. We further show that two of the eight candidate QTNs, mapping to the PLAG1-CHCHD7 intergenic region, influence bidirectional promoter strength and affect binding of nuclear factors. By performing expression QTL analyses, we identified a splice site variant in CHCHD7 and exploited this naturally occurring null allele to exclude CHCHD7 as single causative gene. [less ▲]

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See detailVariatio", coordination et isofonctionnalité : l'exemple de Tacite
Longrée, Dominique ULiege

in Garcia-Hernandez, Benjamin (Ed.) Estudios de Linguistica Latina, Actas del IX Coloquio Internacional de Linguistica Latina, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, 14-18 de abril de 1997 (1998)

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See detailVariation "Capitanesque" entre droit des obligations et droit des biens : les clauses pénales et la copropriété
Biquet, Christine ULiege; Lecocq, Pascale ULiege

in Nuyts, Arnaud; Jafferali, Rafaël; Marquette, Vanessa (Eds.) Liber amicorum Nadine Watté (2017)

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See detailVariation and selection: The evolutionary analogy in Skinner's theory
Richelle, Marc ULiege

in Modgils, Sohan; Modgils, Celia (Eds.) B. F. Skinner: Consensus and controversy (1987)

Contributors evaluate important elements of Skinner's work: radical behaviorism; political, social and moral implications; philosophy of science and psychology; the explanatory power of Skinnerian ... [more ▼]

Contributors evaluate important elements of Skinner's work: radical behaviorism; political, social and moral implications; philosophy of science and psychology; the explanatory power of Skinnerian principles; Skinner's position against theory and against mentalism; the `Vitrus Dormitivia' argument; rule-governed behavior; perception/cognition; and naturalistic ethics. [less ▲]

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See detailVariation dans le déclenchement de la métamorphose chez C. homei (Carapidae): comparaison du développement des vertèbres et des otolithes
Parmentier, Eric ULiege; Lecchini, David; Lagardère, Françoise et al

Conference (2003)

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See detailLa variation de l’équilibre glycémique (mais pas du poids) est correlée positivement à la modification du risque cardio-vasculaire absolu chez le sujet diabétique
Hadjadj, Samy; Guilloteau, Gérard; Weekers, Laurent ULiege et al

in Archives des Maladies du Coeur et des Vaisseaux (1999), 92

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