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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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Immune regulation by human colonic bacteria and short-chain fatty acids [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-02-14
Winaris, Nuning \ 2020
Nutrition, health and microbial ecology of traditional fermented foods in Zambia [PhD thesis]
Chileshe, Justin \ 2019
Bioelectrochemical chain elongation [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-05-29
Raes, Sanne M.T. \ 2019
biobased economy - biomass - bioelectric potential
Modulation of innate immunity in carp : diverse approaches to ß-glucanmediated responses [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-06-14
Petit, Jules \ 2019
Energy conservation mechanisms and electron transfer in syntrophic propionate-oxidizing microbial consortia [PhD thesis]
Sedano Núñez, Vicente Tonamellotl \ 2018
Human gastrointestinal microbiota modulation with dietary prebiotics : an intimate interaction throughout life [PhD thesis]
Borewicz, Klaudyna Aneta \ 2018
Cross-feeding interactions of gut symbionts driven by human milk oligosaccharidesand mucins [PhD thesis]
Chia, Loo Wee \ 2018
Investigation into mediators of metabolic health : a role for the gut microbiota, bile acids and Angptl4 [PhD thesis]
Janssen, Aafke W.F. \ 2017
gastrointestinal microbiota - bile acids - metabolic studies - fatty liver - liver diseases - animal models - taurocholic acid
Microbial chain elongation based on methanol [PhD thesis]
Chen, Wei-Shan \ 2017
feedstocks - renewable resources - organic wastes - waste utilization - fermentation - methanol
Mouse gut microbiomics of short chain fatty acid metabolism and mucosal responses [PhD thesis]
Hugenholtz, F. \ 2015
gastrointestinal microbiota - mucosa - diet - hosts - animal models - digestion - dietary fibres
Molecular mechanisms underlying the effects of dietary fiber in the large intestine [PhD thesis]
Lange, K. \ 2015
dietary fibres - nutrition and health - intestinal physiology - large intestine - transcriptomics - gastrointestinal microbiota
Characterization of sugar beet pulp derived oligosaccharides [PhD thesis]
Leijdekkers, M. \ 2015
sugarbeet - beet pulp - oligosaccharides - saccharification - biorefinery - feeds - fermentation
Fermentation in the gut to prolong satiety : exploring mechanisms by which dietary fibres affect satiety in pigs [PhD thesis]
Souza da Silva, C. \ 2013
dietary fibres - fermentation - digestion - satiety - pigs - feeding behaviour
Molecular effects of fermentation in the gut and its relevance for metabolism and satiety [PhD thesis]
Haenen, D. \ 2013
large intestine - fermentation - dietary fibres - satiety - intestinal microorganisms - short chain fatty acids - metabolism
Nutritional regulation of stearoyl-CoA desaturase in the bovine mammary gland [PhD thesis]
Jacobs, A. \ 2011
dairy cows - mammary glands - acyl-coa desaturase - feed supplements - plant oils - unsaturated fatty acids - gene expression - cattle feeding - animal nutrition
Can diet composition affect behaviour in dogs? : food for thought [PhD thesis]
Bosch, G. \ 2009
dogs - dog feeding - animal behaviour - fibres - diets - food composition - animal physiology - animal welfare - dietary fibres
Microbial community analysis in sludge of anaerobic wastewater treatment systems : integrated culture-dependent and culture-independent approaches [PhD thesis]
Roest, K. \ 2007
sewage sludge - microorganisms - anaerobic conditions - waste water treatment - anaerobic treatment - municipal wastewater
The formation of fat-derived flavour compounds during the ripening of Gouda-type cheese [PhD thesis]
Alewijn, M. \ 2006
gouda cheese - flavour compounds - fats - fatty acids - lactones - esters - ketones - cheese ripening

Cheese flavour is an important quality attribute, and is mainly formed during cheese ripening. Besides compounds that are formed from protein and carbohydrates, milk fat-derived compounds are essential for cheese flavour. Before, but mainly during ripening, free fatty acids, lactones, ketones, esters, alcohols and aldehydes can be formed from milk fat, compounds that all contribute their own special character to the final cheese flavour. The formation mechanisms that lead to these compounds are not completely understood, and therefore cheese flavour formation is not under full control.

Dietary influences on nutrient partitioning and anatomical body composition of growing pigs; modelling and experimental approaches [PhD thesis]
Halas, V. \ 2004
pigs - nutrient intake - body composition - growth models - growth - fattening performance - nutrients - feeds - pig feeding - animal nutrition
Dietary non-digestible carbohydrates and the resistance to intestinal infections [PhD thesis]
Bruggencate, S.J.M. ten \ 2004
gastrointestinal diseases - dietary carbohydrate - health - vegetables - salmonella - digestion - toxicity - intestinal microorganisms - dietary fibres
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