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chapitre d'ouvrage


chapitre d'ouvrage


A defined chapter or section of a book, usually with a separate title or number. [Source: http://purl.org/spar/fabio/BookChapter]

Terme retenu

capítulo de libro
Teil eines Buches
book part
chapitre d'ouvrage
capitolo di libro

Terme alternatif

book chapter
chapter in book
capitulo de libro
parte de libro
chapitre de livre
partie d'ouvrage

Terme spécifique


Terme générique

Terme relié

Broad Match: http://purl.org/eprint/type/Book
Exact Match: http://purl.org/spar/fabio/BookChapter
Exact Match: http://purl.org/eprint/type/BookItem

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  • PublicationRestreint
    CRISPR/Cas system and resistance to bacteriophage infection
    (Wiley, 2011-07-15) Garneau, Josiane; Moineau, Sylvain
    Bacteria and phages co‐evolve in their environments through an arm‐race with bacteria developing strategies to combat infection by diverse phages, while phages finding ways to circumvent them. Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR) loci, along with several Cas (CRISPR‐associated) proteins, represents a form of immune system widespread in Bacteria and Archaea. The CRISPR loci evolve through the incorporation of short deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequences (spacers), derived mostly from extrachromosomal DNA such as phage or plasmid sequences, between two partially palindromic repeats. A CRISPR transcript is produced and cleaved within the repeats by Cas protein(s) with or without other host proteins to produce smaller ribonucleic acid fragments (RNAs). These small mature RNAs and Cas proteins target and cleave through base complementarity the invading nucleic acids to ensure cell defence. Phages can also evade the CRISPR/Cas system through point mutations or deletions, forcing the host to adapt by either acquiring new spacers or relying on other defence systems. Hence, phage/host interactions can be appreciated at a microbial population‐wide level through the dynamism of CRISPR/Cas loci.
  • PublicationAccès libre
    Evaluation of the non-take up of public services and social benefits
    (Edwar Elgar, 2023-10-19) Daigneault, Pierre-Marc
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    Doing theory in first year contracts : the iceberg method
    (Thomson Carswell, 2007-01-01) Devlin, Richard F.; Couturier, Anthony; Langevin, Louise
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    What is new in mechanical properties of tissue-engineered organs
    (Springer, 1999-01-01) Germain, Lucie; Auger, François A.; Berthod, François; Goulet, Francine
    Tissue engineering is a promising new field based on expertise in cell biology, medicine and mechanical engineering. It raises exciting hopes of producing autologous tissue substitutes to replace altered organs. This challenge involves highly specialized technology in order to provide the proper shape to the tissue and promote the maintenance of its native physiological properties. Primary cell populations may lose some of their functional and morphological properties in vitro in the absence of a proper environment. In order to maintain cell integrity, a three-dimensional matrix that mimics the in vivo environment as closely as possible was developed, according to the type of tissue produced [1, 5, 18, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35].
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    Les routes de la soie ferroviaires : quelle logique commerciale et politique?
    (Presses Universitaires De Rennes, 2021-07-08) Mottet, Éric; Huang, Linyan; Lasserre, Frédéric
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    Managing presenteeism to optimise health and performance
    (Sage Publications Inc., 2021-07-01) Karanika-Murray, M. (Maria); Biron, Caroline; Hervieux, Valérie; Whysall, Zara; Chen, Huijun
    Presenteeism, defined as attending work whilst sick, represents an increasing concern for occupational health practitioners, human resource management practitioners, managers and business leaders for occupational health practitioners, human resource management practitioners, managers and business leaders, as it sits firmly at the intersection of health and performance (Ipsen et al., 2020). The phenomenon of presenteeism has received increasing attention in the last two decades, as its costs and prevalence compare highly unfavourably with absenteeism. Although an invisible illness, presenteeism has been estimated to cost the UK economy £15.1 billion annually, whereas the cost for absenteeism is £8.4 billion annually (Centre for Mental Health, 2011). Presenteeism is highly prevalent in all occupations, industries, sectors, and countries (Kinman, 2019; Soloviev, et al., 2018). This combination of high prevalence and high cost places presenteeism at the forefront of concerns for work psychology, occupational health, and management science and practice. In this chapter we define presenteeism, outline some of the current debates in the field, and present practical solutions on how it can be best managed.
  • PublicationAccès libre
    The balance constraint family
    (Springer, 2014-09-08) Bessière, Christian; Picard-Cantin, Émilie; Hebrard, Emmanuel; Quimper, Claude-Guy; Katsirelos, George; Kiziltan, Zeynep; Walsh, Toby
    The BALANCE constraint introduced by Beldiceanu ensures solutions are balanced. This is useful when, for example, there is a requirement for solutions to be fair. BALANCE bounds the difference B between the minimum and maximum number of occurrences of the values assigned to the variables. We show that achieving domain consistency on BALANCE is NP-hard. We therefore introduce a variant, ALLBALANCE with a similar semantics that is only polynomial to propagate. We consider various forms of ALLBALANCE and focus on ATMOSTALLBALANCE which achieves what is usually the main goal, namely constraining the upper bound on B. We provide a specialized propagation algorithm, and a powerful decomposition both of which run in low polynomial time. Experimental results demonstrate the promise of these new filtering methods.
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    An agility reference model for the furniture enterprise of the future
    (World Scientific, 2007-06-05) Beauregard L., Robert; D'Amours, Sophie; Azouzi, Riadh.
    There is an extensive amount of research literature about the concept of agility, describing its drivers and capabilities, and even suggesting methodologies to develop agility. However, most of these efforts remain vague with respect to the characteristics and the expected contributions of the technologies involved or required. This paper proposes an agility reference model; a unifying conceptual representation of agility in terms of the necessary capabilities needed by every process involved in the enterprise seeking for agility. Agility is described using three capabilities which are believed to be the sources of competitive advantages; flexibility, responsiveness, and autonomy. It is shown that each capability addresses some specific issues and can only be thoroughly developed if the technologies used are characterized with some specific attributes or properties. The idea behind the proposed agility reference model was to derive a typology framework that emphasizes the taxonomy of the market interaction strategies for furniture products, and the competitive priorities that should be targeted by furniture enterprises aiming to be agile. Accordingly, the issues related to the different agility capabilities were discussed in the context of the furniture enterprise of the future. Then, the suitability of the proposed model for the derivation of the typology was explored based on case studies on two furniture manufacturing enterprises. The case studies analyze the context in terms of competitive priorities and customization strategies and investigate the agility properties of the technologies in use.
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    Epistemic alienation in African scholarly communications : open access as a Pharmakon
    (The MIT Press, 2020-10-01) Mboa Nkoudou, Thomas Hervé
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    Jurisprudence récente et utile à la pratique du droit successoral
    (Éditions Yvon Blais, 2008-03-25) Morin, Christine
    Chaque année, les tribunaux rendent de nombreuses décisions en matière de libéralités et de successions, dont plusieurs présentent un intérêt particulier pour les notaires et pour tous les praticiens en droit successoral. Certaines de ces décisions corroborent les enseignements jurisprudentiels et doctrinaux et, conséquemment, viennent généralement confirmer la pratique des notaires. Par contre, d’autres décisions invitent à la vigilance et, parfois même, à des changements dans les habitudes des notaires. La conférencière présente, explique et commente certaines de ces décisions récentes en droit des successions qui sont particulièrement « utiles à connaître » pour les notaires.