Query : formant
- David, Barott, Boulva, 1961-19646
- Safdie, Moshe, 1938-; Komendant, August E., 1906-1992; Boulva, Pierre J., 1920-1991; David, Jacques L., 1921-1993; Barott, Peter Temple Murray, 1919-19646
- Crouzet, Olivier3
- Vigne, Jean-Denis3
- Abuoudeh, Mohammad2
- Augier, Laurence2
- Barbaza, Michel2
- Baro, Guilhem2
- Barray, Mélodie2
- BAZIN, Patrick2
- Boitard-Bidaut, Ève2
- Brunet, Véronique2
- Carpentier, Vincent2
- Fougeron, Cécile2
- Ilona Mickienė2
- Irribarria, Roland2
- John S. Metcalf; C. D. Howe,2
- Lasnier, Thibaut2
- Lebas, Franck2
- Lecuyer, Yves2
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Membrane dynamics and cytoskeleton regulation in megakaryocyte differentiation
Megakaryocytes (MK) are giant cells located in the bone marrow that produce blood platelets. Their differentiation is characterized by an increase in proteins and membranes that leads to the elongation of cytoplasmic protrusions called proplatelets (PPTs). PPTs will cross the medullar endothelium to...
Vocal tract resonances in singing: Strategies used by sopranos, altos, tenors, and baritones
International audience The first two vocal tract resonances (R1 and R2) of 22 classically trained sopranos, altos, tenors, and baritones were measured while they sang four different vowels over their normal pitch range. The resonances of the tract and the harmonics of the voice were measured simulta...
Epidemiology of mycobacteria in French Polynesia
Tuberculosis is caused by a group of phylogenetically close infectious agents forming the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex, consisting of ten species. M. tuberculosis is a slow growing bacterium which form rough colonies. The complex also includes M. tuberculosis tubercle bacilli forming smooth ra...
Monastery Saint-Albert-Legrand, 2715, route de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montreal, 1958-1960 Couvent Saint-Albert-Legrand; Dominican parent company
Knowledge also known as Couvent Saint-Albert-Legrand and House of Dominican; Architect: Yves Bélanger; Dates of construction: 1958-1960; AME course 2340: Photograph in fitting-out — Design on a conveyance building — Été 2017; Professor: Alain Laforest; Photograph: Jeremie Couturier, 2017.05.16; Iden...
Characterization of Vitis vinifera PR10 genes and analysis of their expression during somatic embryogenesis
The objective of my work was to analyse the somatic embryogenesis process of Vitis vinifera at a molecular scale. Thus, the expression of genes implied in development or defence, especially PR10 genes, was monitored during the key-steps of entrance and exit of secondary somatic embryogenesis. The co...
The archival company of Jean de Cirey, abbé de Cîteaux (1476-1501). The documentary file of the Seigneurie de Villars en Côte-d’Or
L’abbé Jean de Cirey (1476-1501) carried out an ambitious archival project, in particular by sorting and filing the charters, and ensuring that they are preserved by writing cardular books. Of this company, the County Archives of Côte-d’Or now keep nine major registers of parchment (320/325 x 240/25...
Exposing a future territory: the case of the Pavillon de l’Arsenal and its role in the narrative of the Grand Paris project
This research memory aims to understand how exhibitions can be a “de-complexification” solution to the complex and unclear project of the Grand Paris. How are cultural space codes reinvested to promote a political, architectural and urban project? By setting the scene, from Jules César’s conquest to...
Former Montlaur barracks: the Holy Church Marie-Madeleine: Corse-du-Sud (2A), Bonifacio Ancienne Caserne de Montlaur: the Holy Church Marie-Madeleine: Corse-du-Sud (2A), Bonifacio: Diagnostic report
While the studies carried out in the rest of Montlaur barracks have made it possible to establish with certainty the presence of occupations of the old ainsic Nolythic of the recent Nolythic 1, no pre-historic levels could be identified in the polls carried out around the Saint Marie-Madeleine Churc...
Hypothetical constructions without span style = ‘font-style’: Italic; ‘BSI (and with span style =’ font-style: Italic; (bet) revisited: what kind of predictive link is used?
this study is a survey of the way predictions are linked, forming the hypothetical tower without so in the protase. Theories based on syntax/senses mismatch should be compared with macro-syntax solutions. An unprecedented approach will also be proposed to further motivate this type of hypothesis, pr...
Life (s) and diathesis
Characterization of cell death pathway during myocardial ischemia reperfusion
Myocardial ischemia and reperfusion (I/R) lead to repefusion injury. TNF-α, a pro-inflammatory cytokine, increases during reperfusion and contributes to this injury. The binding TNF/TNFR1 leads to the recruitment of FADD, TRADD and procaspase-8 and form a complexe named DISC. This complexe activates...
History of the University of Angers du Moyen Age to date
This collective book prepared by research teachers and students from the University of Angers retrace, for the first time, the history of one of the oldest French universities (together with those of Paris, Orléans, Toulouse and Montpellier). His origins have been in the Cathedral school attested si...
Intrication entropia of skeletal regions
In the last 20 years, the concept of quantum intrication has become an important part of the study of N body quantum systems encountered, for example, in condensed material theory. Intrication entropia is a measure of intrication between two parts forming a system in a pure quantum state. The study...
Spatial discrimination of a neolithic fossoya on a limestone plateau to estimate the location of an occupation level
The neolithic site of the Pontet in Saint-Nazaire-Charente (Char-Maritime) is a fossoyée enclosure located approximately 5 km east of the Charente estuary. This enclosure is located on the limestone plateau of a small perpendicular valley during the current course of this river. It is attached to a...
Development of protein-protein interaction inhibitors targeting bromodomain-containing proteins : implications in epigenetics and cancer development.
Bromodomain-containing proteins (BCPs) are especially involved in the regulation of gene transcription and cell signalling. Their dysregulation lead to the development of pathologies, such as inflammatory, cardiovascular diseases, and more particularly cancers. BCPs involved in the recognition of ac...
On the role of mobility
The “pygmy” Aka hunter-gatherers have developed a lifestyle based on displacements, which structure their technical, economic and social organisation. Their mobility depends on their relationships with the other communities of the same forest. In this article, we shall briefly describe the Aka’s org...
The Manner of Motion Verbs in Polish and French : contributions to a Cross-linguistic Study of Structural Properties of Predicates
The aim of the dissertation is to analyze Polish and French manner of motion verbs and the properties that they display as predicates. In both languages, the argument structures of such predicates determine the verb grammatical behavior. Chapter 1 is a presentation of the theoretical and methodologi...
Functional characterization of Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus genes during biofilm development on hydrophobic organic compounds
Hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs), such as lipids and hydrocarbons, represent a significant part of the organic matter in the marine environment. Their low solubility in water requires from bacteria that degrade them physiological adaptations to stimulate their mass transfer from the organic to t...
Définition : Ensemble des branches formant la partie haute d’un arbre, aussi appelé couronne. [cite]
Publication: 1839. Daguerre, Talbot and the publication of the photograph. An anthology
Steffen Siegel, 1839. Daguerre, Talbot and the publication of the photograph. An anthology, Macula Editions, collar “ferry”, 2020. Translators: Jean-François Caro, Jean Torrent, Sophie Yersin Legrand Paris, 7 January 1839. The politician and famous scientist François Arago communicates to the Academ...
Mud claiming life
a curved straight line, the ends of which come together, forms an empty circle. Through repetition, expansion, contraction, grouping, filling and overlapping, these lightweight circles become an organic image and a spatial mass. In Emotional Trip, a series of 20 drawings made in 2014, Louise Parnel...
The act of creating/representing shapes in the game of transformation
'! — 3751: ‘resume’ --bThe author proposes to consider acting, at the most profound, in a ‘shape creation’ aspect which could only occur in the play of the transformation, within the meaning of Bion, carried out by the psyche of the external object, creating points of rebound in the motor images of...
Architectures and Protocols for Secure and Energy-Efficient Integration of Wireless Sensor Networks with the Internet of Things
Our research explores the intersection of academic, industrial and standardization spheres to enable secure and energy-efficient Internet of Things. We study standards-based security solutions bottom-up and first observe that hardware accelerated cryptography is a necessity for Internet of Things de...
Formant tracking by Multiresolution Analysis
Our research work presented in this thesis aims the optimization of the performance of formant tracking algorithms. We began by analyzing different existing techniques used in the automatic formant tracking. This analysis showed that the automatic formant estimation remains difficult despite the use...
Hosting associated researchers 2020-2021 from the BnF
On 20 October, the 12 new researchers associated with BnF, hosted this year in 9 departments of the Library, were officially received by the President and the Director-General. Among them are the winner of the Roederer photography fellowship and the winner of the BnF History Committee. They join the...