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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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Modelling digestion kinetics in pigs : predicting nutrient absorption based on diet and ingredient properties [PhD thesis]
Schop, Marijke \ 2020
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Innovative irrigation water management: a strategy to increase yield and reduce salinity hazard of small scale irrigation in Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
Yohannes, Degol Fissahaye \ 2020
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Parasponia: a missing piece of the evolutionary puzzle of nitrogen-fixing nodule symbiosis [PhD thesis]
Bu, Fengjiao \ 2020
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Plant tissue matrix: in-vitro studies to understand its role in starch digestion and fermentation [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-04-17
Rovalino Córdova, Ana María \ 2020
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Governing coral reef conservation in the digital society [PhD thesis]
Carballo Cárdenas, Eira C. \ 2020
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Beyond restrictions : towards biotechnological exploitation of thermophilic clostridia [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-05-20
Ganguly, Joyshree \ 2020
biobased economy - biotechnology - microbiology - Bacteria
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Thermophilic sporeformers from dairy processing environments [PhD thesis]
Zhao, Yu \ 2020
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Improvement of maize-based foods in Sub-Saharan Africa [PhD thesis]
Ekpa, Onu \ 2020
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Nutrient yield from starch in pigs : consequences for energy balance and meal patterns [PhD thesis]
Erp, Rik J.J. van \ 2019
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(Bio)electrochemical recovery of ammonia from urine [PhD thesis]
Rodríguez Arredondo, Mariana \ 2019
biobased economy - urine - ammonia - energy recovery

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In this thesis, we evaluated the use of (bio)electrochemical systems for the recovery of total ammonia nitrogen (TAN) from urine. Our focus was on improving the understanding and performance of the system in terms of TAN recovery. This was needed to get the technology closer to application as, at the start of this research, the proof-of-principle had just been demonstrated, and the highest TAN recoveries were around 30%.

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Investigation of possible hazards and benefits of use of 'Ashkulebya' (Maerua subcordata (Gilg) DeWolf) as famine and/or potential functional food [PhD thesis]
Hiben, Mebrahtom Gebrelibanos \ 2019
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Energy and labour use on farms: case studies from the Netherlands and China [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2020-11-20
Yu, Tian \ 2019
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Electrochemical phosphorus removal and recovery [PhD thesis]
Lei, Yang \ 2019

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In this thesis, we propose an innovative membrane-free electrochemical system, which can potentially achieve the removal and recovery of phosphorus from wastewaters in the form of recoverable calcium phosphate. Electrochemically induced calcium phosphate precipitation can be applied for a range of wastewater pHs, also for a more acidic pH. In real wastewaters (i.e., sewage), the dosing of an external calcium source is not necessary, as enough calcium ions are already present. Additionally, no dosing of chemicals is needed. This dissertation is a first systematic study on electrochemical phosphorus removal and recovery with main findings summarized below. The insights gained present a significant step toward the potential application of this new method.

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Assessing the relation between corporate social responsibility and firm performance in the European food and beverage industry [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2020-12-20
Engida, Tadesse Getacher \ 2019
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Keys to sustainable grazing : economic and environmental consequences of grazing strategies for dairy farms [PhD thesis]
Klootwijk, Cindy \ 2019
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Effects of land-use change on grassland ecosystem services in Inner Mongolia and their implications for livelihoods and sustainable management [PhD thesis]
Du, Bingzhen \ 2019
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Electrochemically active bacteria in microbial fuel cells [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-02-13
Michaelidou, Urania \ 2019
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Ecophysiological insights into the human intestinal microbiota: from single strains to defined consortia [PhD thesis]
Shetty, Sudarshan Anand \ 2019
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Whole-body and mammary gland metabolism in dairy cattle : impact of postabsorptive energetic substrates and amino acid profiles [PhD thesis]
Nichols, Kelly \ 2019
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Mild conductive drying of foods [PhD thesis]
Qiu, Jun \ 2019
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