ATP13A2: What a DILEMMA!
Literature seminar by Seyma Demirsoy
PhD seminar Eline Lemmens (discussion of the paper: Ultraviolet-B protection of ascorbate and tocopherol in plants related with their function on the stability on carotenoid and phenylpropanoid compounds.)
Presentation and critical discussion of the paper 'Ultraviolet-B protection of ascorbate and tocopherol in plants related with their function on the stability on carotenoid and phenylpropanoid compounds', written by Yao et al. (Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 90 (2015) 23-31).
Organic carbon stock and erodibility of agricultural soils in northern Burundi
Organic carbon stock and erodibility of agricultural soils in northern Burundi (Anicet Sindayihebura)
Doctoraatsverdediging Wouter Creemers
Essays on event-driven earnings management: the case of M&As and reorganization procedures.
Doctoraatsverdediging Cecil Meeusen
The structure of (generalized) prejudice: The relation between contextual factors and different forms of prejudice
Doctoraatsverdediging Farid Van Der Vurst
The Mechanisms Governing the Robustness of Fresh Self-Compacting Concrete
Doctoraatsverdediging Sandra Steensels
De bijdrage van extra-orale smaakreceptoren en maag-darmhormonen in het effect van zoetstoffen en bariatrische chirurgie op obesitas
Doctoraatsverdediging Renato Cifuentes La Mura
Modeling 3D structure of forest canopies using terrestrial LiDAR data to evaluate remotely sensed radiative and spectral responses
Baking cake involves forming microstructures
Cake making incorporates mixing flour, sugar, margarine, egg and baking powder into a thick batter which is finally transformed by heating into a solid foam with characteristic microstructural elements. This session will discuss the characterization of cake microstructural features with an emphasis on the influence of the ingredients and mixing time. The application of an innovative experimental design will be outlined. The microstructural characterization is then used to explain the function of the product by interpreting its textural properties.