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Genetic variation in lodgepole pine and interior spruce: adaptation to climate and implications for seed transfer
Specialization: Forest Biology and Management Degree: Master of Science Abstract: This thesis investigates genetic variation of two commercially important conifers in western Canada, interior spruce and lodgepole pine. The goals were to quantify genetic diversity and geographic structure, to describ...
Ownership of a volume
HDR Conferences Maître Research Team in Private Law EA1230 University of Poitiers Conference Roma Tre Days of 13-14 June 2014 “Le proprietà/Les propriété”. Property of a volume 1. A cone at the infinite base. The concept of volume was theorised by René Savatier in the mid-1960s. He wanted to break w...
KAMEL LOUAFI, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: ‘The garden around Algiers’ WielMosque will be a disaster’
world-renowned landscape architect, Kamel Louafi is very angry following the award to the Centre national d’études et de recherche applicés en urbanisme (Cneru) of the study of the exterior development project for Algiers Mosque. El Boustan, a project drawn up in the framework of a group of Algerian...
[ Conférence ] : Two Voices Under The Same Roof : Two Contemporary Hindi Poets
on 24 March, from 10: 30 to 12: 30, BULAC hosts the monthly seminar of the Working Group “Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Indian Literature”. These conferences are open to everyone. They take place in the Reading Room of the Read of Garden, Room RJ.24. The conference will be presented by Teji Grover and...
Bourges — Archevêché Jardins
A survey/inventory campaign was carried out in July 2016 in the Archevêché Jardins in Bourges. The land is currently occupied by a large public garden of 2.2 ha located south of the St Étienne cathedral. Located immediately outside the two urban, ancient and medieval defensive systems, the plot domi...
The ecology of a Japanese religious movement in Senegal
RésuméSukyo Mahikari is a Japanese prophetism born in 1959 based on a purification ritual (okiyoma) and a system of senses borrowed from the Sintam. Senegalese adepts are attracted by its therapeutic aspect because they find a good link with the purification of the bodies. The ideology of the religi...
Aesthetics and politics: the triumph of the reason behind Mexico City Tenochtitlán
Derrière the map of Mexico City, drawn up in 1523 by the Hernán Cortés ‘surveyor’, is one of the building strategies of American cities: a modernity of tradition has emerged, with a mixture of guerrian virtues and memories of conquest, i.e. the hispanic tradition. But Mexico remains exemplary; it is...
The senses and synaesthesia in Horace's Satires
This study observes Horace’s Satires (Book 1 published c. 36-35 BCE, and Book 2 c. 30 BCE) through a lens of the body’s senses and organs involved in perception (eyes, ears, noses, mouths, hands, and tongues). Horace manipulates a multitude of bodies throughout his poetry, each contributing a differ...
Myxomatosis, garden rabbit and reforestation
Men’s women, postcards (1890-1930)
The Genre Institute and the Columbia Global Center in Reid Hall invite you to the Thursday 21 November from 18: 30 to 20: 30 at REID HALL, Conference Room, Rdc, 3th garden, 4, rue de Cheveuse, 75006 Paris, for a new debate around the book ‘Women in Men, Postal Cards (1890-1930); a visual story of wo...
The Queen’s Congress. Zbigniew Herbert in Polish Paris Anno Domini 1967
Anno Domini 1967 held an unprecedented event in Paris in 1967 — a meeting between Polish poets from the country and their emigration, as well as their translators from France, Germany and the United States, who prepared the emigration critic and essist, Constanta Yeleński. One of the participants wa...
Before Publication: Montage in Art, Architecture, and Book Design (sous la dir. de Nanni Baltzer, Martino Stierli)
the short introduction by Nanni Baltzer and Martino Stierli makes it difficult to grasp from the outset the point of view of a book which wishes to renew the reflection on how to fit in with material culture. The book brings together eight texts that explore the editorial genetics of projects relate...
‘The gang Straights impose their anomalies’: three feminist stories to undermine the norm (Rochefort, Wittig, Yvon)
This article provides an analysis of the literary anomaly as reflected in three feminist texts published at the beginning of the 1970s in France and Quebec (Archaos or Christiane Rochefort’s sparing garden, 1972; The Monique Wittig lesbian Corps, 1973; Josée Yvon’s bands, 1976). The anomaly is both...
Guimier-Sorbets, Anne-Marie — Van Ossel, Paul (r): Archaeology of gardens. Analysis of the spaces and methods of approach
, as stated at the outset by the authors, this book is the culmination of three study days organised at the University of Paris Ouest and the Maison René Ginouvès. The aim of these days, which took place in January 2009, October 2009 and January 2010, was to define the ‘garden’ in its broadest dimen...
Antipodal mosses: XVIII. Syntrichia christophei (Pottiaceae), a new species from subantarctic Îles Kerguelen
International audience Syntrichia christophei Ochyra et R.H. Zander is new to science from Îles Kerguelen in the Subantarctic. The species is described and illustrated and its affinities are discussed. It is closely related to S. saxicola (Cardot) R.H. Zander but it is easily distinguished by its la...
From garden to garden: the evolution of domestic peristyls in Roman Italy
The invasive New Guinea flatworm Platydemus manokwari in France, the first record for Europe: time for action is now
International audience Non-indigenous terrestrial flatworms (Platyhelminthes) have been recorded in thirteen European countries. They include Bipalium kewense and Dolichoplana striata that are largely restricted to hothouses and may be regarded as non-invasive species. In addition there are species...
“Seeds in the Garden: an unknown collection (or almost) of Charles Fontaine (1572-1588)”
Enclosed between four walls The nature needs of detainees
Prisoning is not only a deprivation of liberty. It is also a deprivation of ‘nature’. As prison architects try to reintroduce gaseous parlands or low vegetation between walls, while garden projects in prison are developing, so so so so many detainees want to sit on grass, embrace a tree, or see the...
The Paris Observatory garden: a changing landscape, from 1667 to today
The Paris Observatory, the oldest of the astronomic and astrophysical research centres in France, has maintained its historical site since its foundation in June 1667, under the leadership of the newly created Royal Academy of Sciences. For the last three centuries, as a result of the power in place...
Late-born intermittently fasted juvenile garden dormice use torpor to grow and fatten prior to hibernation: consequences for ageing processes
International audience Torpor is thought to slow age-related processes and to sustain growth andfattening of young individuals. Energy allocation into these processesrepresents a challenge for juveniles, especially for those born late in theseason. We tested the hypothesis that late-born juvenile ga...
Vulnerability to climate change of islands worldwide and its impact on the tree of life
International audience Island systems are among the most vulnerable to climate change, which is predicted to induce shifts in temperature, rainfall and/or sea levels. Our aim was: (i) to map the relative vulnerability of islands to each of these threats from climate change on a worldwide scale; (ii)...
Maitreya’s Garden in the Township: Transnational Religious Spaces of Yiguandao Activists in Urban South Africa
This paper seeks to explore the spaces created by practitioners of the Taiwanese-Chinese religious movement Yiguandao 一貫道 (“Way of Pervading Unity”) in urban South Africa. Drawing on ethnographic data from fieldwork conducted in Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Cape Town in late 2017 as well as on publis...
Sonora didactic: From cradle to children’s garden. Initial education notebooks No 8
The detached house is not the house
International audience The common modern detached house is much indebted architecturally to the imagination of the aristocratic follies of the eighteenth century and the hygienist theories of the nineteenth century. They both are responsible for creating a solitary object around which the owner can...