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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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Notitie beheeradvies Luiten-perceel (Aaltense Goor)
Bijlsma, R.J. ; Bouwman, J.H. ; Delft, S.P.J. van; Dijkman, W. ; Melman, T.C.P. - \ 2017
Wageningen : Wageningen Environmental Research - 17 p.
EURRECA-Evidence-Based methodology for deriving micronutrient recommendations
Dhonukshe-Rutten, R.A.M. ; Bouwman, J.H. ; Brown, K. ; Cavelaars, A.J.E.M. ; Collings, R. ; Grammatikaki, E. ; Groot, C.P.G.M. de; Gurinovic, M. ; Harvey, L.J. ; Hermoso, M. ; Hurst, R. ; Kremer, B. ; Ngo, J. ; Novakovic, R.N. ; Raats, M.M. ; Rollin, F. ; Serra-Majem, L. ; Souverein, O.W. ; Timotijevic, L. ; Veer, P. van 't - \ 2013
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 53 (2013)10. - ISSN 1040-8398 - p. 999 - 1040.
dietary assessment methods - nutrient intake adequacy - nutrition policy - intake values - consumption surveys - pregnant-women - europe - health - food - patterns
The EURopean micronutrient RECommendations Aligned (EURRECA) Network of Excellence explored the process of setting micronutrient recommendations to address the variance in recommendations across Europe. Work centered upon the transparent assessment of nutritional requirements via a series of systematic literature reviews and meta-analyses. In addition, the necessity of assessing nutritional requirements and the policy context of setting micronutrient recommendations was investigated. Findings have been presented in a framework that covers nine activities clustered into four stages: stage one “Defining the problem” describes Activities 1 and 2: “Identifying the nutrition-related health problem” and “Defining the process”; stage two “Monitoring and evaluating” describes Activities 3 and 7: “Establishing appropriate methods,” and “Nutrient intake and status of population groups”; stage three “Deriving dietary reference values” describes Activities 4, 5, and 6: “Collating sources of evidence,” “Appraisal of the evidence,” and “Integrating the evidence”; stage four “Using dietary reference values in policy making” describes Activities 8 and 9: “Identifying policy options,” and “Evaluating policy implementation.” These activities provide guidance on how to resolve various issues when deriving micronutrient requirements and address the methodological and policy decisions, which may explain the current variation in recommendations across Europe
Challenges of molecular nutrition research 6: the nutritional phenotype database to store, share and evaluate nutritional systems biology studies
Ommen, B. van; Bouwman, J.H. ; Dragsted, L.O. ; Drevon, C.A. ; Elliott, R. ; Groot, P.J. de; Kaput, J. ; Mathers, J.C. ; Müller, M.R. ; Pepping, F. ; Saito, J. ; Scalbert, A. ; Radonjic, M. ; Rocca-Serra, P. ; Travis, A. ; Wopereis, S. ; Evelo, C. - \ 2010
Genes & Nutrition 5 (2010)3. - ISSN 1555-8932 - p. 189 - 203.
gene-expression - metabolic phenotypes - association - framework - services - network - complex - health - diet
The challenge of modern nutrition and health research is to identify food-based strategies promoting life-long optimal health and well-being. This research is complex because it exploits a multitude of bioactive compounds acting on an extensive network of interacting processes. Whereas nutrition research can profit enormously from the revolution in ‘omics’ technologies, it has discipline-specific requirements for analytical and bioinformatic procedures. In addition to measurements of the parameters of interest (measures of health), extensive description of the subjects of study and foods or diets consumed is central for describing the nutritional phenotype. We propose and pursue an infrastructural activity of constructing the “Nutritional Phenotype database” (dbNP). When fully developed, dbNP will be a research and collaboration tool and a publicly available data and knowledge repository. Creation and implementation of the dbNP will maximize benefits to the research community by enabling integration and interrogation of data from multiple studies, from different research groups, different countries and different-omics levels. The dbNP is designed to facilitate storage of biologically relevant, pre-processed-omics data, as well as study descriptive and study participant phenotype data. It is also important to enable the combination of this information at different levels (e.g. to facilitate linkage of data describing participant phenotype, genotype and food intake with information on study design and-omics measurements, and to combine all of this with existing knowledge). The biological information stored in the database (i.e. genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, biomarkers, metabolomics, functional assays, food intake and food composition) is tailored to nutrition research and embedded in an environment of standard procedures and protocols, annotations, modular data-basing, networking and integrated bioinformatics. The dbNP is an evolving enterprise, which is only sustainable if it is accepted and adopted by the wider nutrition and health research community as an open source, pre-competitive and publicly available resource where many partners both can contribute and profit from its developments. We introduce the Nutrigenomics Organisation (NuGO, http://www.nugo.org) as a membership association responsible for establishing and curating the dbNP. Within NuGO, all efforts related to dbNP (i.e. usage, coordination, integration, facilitation and maintenance) will be directed towards a sustainable and federated infrastructure
Bedreigde insecten van Noord-Brabantse stuifzanden
Bouwman, J.H. ; Vries, H.H. de; Reemer, M. ; Kalkman, V.J. ; Noordijk, J. ; Vermeulen, R. - \ 2008
Wageningen : De Vlinderstichting
Libellen op Noord-Brabantse vennen : een aanzet tot een synecologische analyse van het databestand libellenwaarnemingen
Verdonschot, R.C.M. ; Groenendijk, D. ; Bouwman, J.H. - \ 2007
Brachytron : tijdschrift van de Nederlandse Vereniging voor Libellenstudie 10 (2007)2. - ISSN 1386-3460 - p. 185 - 193.
odonata - stilstaand water - habitats - fauna - databanken - noord-brabant - odonata - standing water - habitats - fauna - databases - noord-brabant
Hoewel libellen regelmatig geïnvenlariseerd worden, is er nog weinig bekend over de relatie tussen het voorkomen van (groepen van) libellen en typen ven-ecosystemen. De ibellenfauna verschilt van ven tot ven. De vraag is nu oÍ bepaalde typen vennen gekarakteriseerd kunnen worden door een specifeke combinatie van libellensoorten, oftewel een soortgemeenschap
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