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Gentechniek tegen AVP nog niet Gentechniek tegen AVP nog niet praktijkrijp
Groenen, Martien - \ 2018

Interview Martien Groenen n.a.v. WUR Symposium "Changing Life

Interview Martien Groenen n.a.v. WUR Symposium "Changing Life

Valorization Through Fermentation : Promising new applications for organic residual streams
Claassen, Frits - \ 2015
Lekker ontstressen. Voer kan een bijdrage leveren aan het voorkomen van staartbijten
Bolhuis, Liesbeth - \ 2014
Voer kan een bijdrage leveren aan het voorkomen van staartbijten
Waninge, A. ; Bolhuis, J.E. - \ 2014
Varkens 2014 (2014)78. - ISSN 0166-5952 - p. 12 - 13.
Voorbeeldig gedrag. Onderzoekers: zeug veel meer inzetten bij ontwikkeling big
Waninge, A. ; Kemp, B. ; Bolhuis, J.E. - \ 2014
Varkens (2014). - ISSN 0166-5952 - p. 16 - 17.
Beter insemineren met kennis van de eisprong; Ovulatie ontleed
Waninge, A. ; Soede, N.M. - \ 2013
Varkens 77 (2013)juni 2013. - ISSN 0166-5952 - p. 14 - 15.
Varkenshouder spil in ontwerp duurzaam systeem
Waninge, A. - \ 2009
Varkens 73 (2009)12. - ISSN 0166-5952 - p. 36 - 37.
varkenshouderij - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - projecten - duurzame landbouw - pig farming - farm management - projects - sustainable agriculture
In het verleden zetten varkenshouders nogal eens vraagtekens bij het realiteitsgehalte van schetsen van futuristische varkenshouderijsystemen. Binnen het project ‘Varkansen’ krijgen varkenshouders de kans zelf mee te praten over de ontwikkeling van een duurzame varkenshouderij. Zowel onderzoekers als deelnemende varkenshouders zijn tevreden over de eerste uitkomsten van deze aanpak
Menukaart SPF-vleesvarkens nog vol geheimen : lagere activiteit immuunsysteem zorgt voor andere energiebenutting [: thema]: Voeding vleesvarkens
Waninge, A. - \ 2009
Varkens 73 (2009)3. - ISSN 0166-5952 - p. 22 - 23.
varkenshouderij - vleesproductie - varkensvoeding - voersamenstelling - groeisnelheid (slachtvee) - diergezondheid - pig farming - meat production - pig feeding - feed formulation - liveweight gain - animal health
Wetenschappelijk is er nog weinig bekend over hoe je vleesvarkens met een hoge gezondheid moet voeren. Basiskennis van het functioneren van het immuunsysteem en de groei van varkens helpen onderzoekers en voerleveranciers echter bij het vinden van het juiste voer voor deze groep varkens. Over de stand van zaken bij die zoektocht doet iedereen nog geheimzinnig
Huisvesting dragende zeugen nog niet optimaal
Waninge, A. ; Eijk, O.N.M. van; Zonderland, J.J. - \ 2009
Varkens 2008 (2009)40157. - ISSN 0166-5952 - p. 16 - 17.
Boer en burger zoeken elkaar: adoptie van dier of boom brengt partijen bijeen
Waninge, A. ; Livestock Research, - \ 2005
Boerderij 90 (2005)50. - ISSN 0006-5617 - p. 38 - 39.
boerensector - participatie - stimulatie - bevolking - regionaal landbouwbeleid - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - agrarische bedrijfsplanning - farm sector - participation - stimulation - human population - regional agricultural policy - farm management - farm planning
De burger wil (en moet) meer bij de landbouw worden betrokken. Burgerparticipatie kent veel vormen, is niet eenvoudig, maar biedt wel kansen. Het is een leerproces voor beide partijen
Competitive Adsorption between B-Casein or B-Lactoglobulin and Model Milk Membrane Lipids at Oil-Water Interfaces
Waninge, R. ; Walstra, P. ; Bastiaans, J. ; Nieuwenhuijse, H. ; Nylander, T. ; Paulsson, M. ; Bergenstahl, B. - \ 2005
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53 (2005)3. - ISSN 0021-8561 - p. 716 - 724.
fat globule-membrane - phase-equilibria - phospholipid surfaces - orogenic displacement - protein adsorption - cryo-tem - emulsions - surfactants - stability - lecithin
This study investigated the competitive adsorption between milk proteins and model milk membrane lipids at the oil-water interface and its dependence on the state of the lipid dispersion and the formation of emulsions. Both protein and membrane lipid surface load were determined using a serum depletion technique. The membrane lipid mixture used was a model milk membrane lipid system, containing dioleoylphosphatidylcholine, dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine, milk sphingomyelin, dioleoylphosphatidylserine, and soybean phosphatidylinositol. The model composition mimics the lipid composition of natural milk fat globule membranes. The interactions were studied for two proteins, -lactoglobulin and -casein. The mixing order was varied to allow for differentiation between equilibrium structures and nonequilibrium structures. The results showed more than monolayer adsorption for most combinations. Proteins dominated at the oil-water interface in the protein-emulsified emulsion even after 48 h of exposure to a vesicular dispersion of membrane lipids. The membrane lipids dominated the oil-water interface in the case of the membrane lipid emulsified emulsion even after equilibration with a protein solution. Protein displacement with time was observed only for emulsions in which both membrane lipids and -casein were included during the emulsification. This study shows that kinetics controls the structures rather than the thermodynamic equilibrium, possibly resulting in structures more complex than an adsorbed monolayer. Thus, it can be expected that procedures such as the mixing order during emulsion preparation are of crucial importance to the emulsification performance
Programma Nieuwe Veehouderijsystemen : Wending naar duurzaamheid
Spoelstra, S.F. ; Waninge, A. ; Menting, B. ; Woude, M. van der - \ 2003
Lelystad : Wageningen UR - 24
veehouderij - innovaties - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - sociale gevolgen - samenleving - samenwerking - livestock farming - innovations - sustainability - social impact - society - cooperation
Phenotypic variation in a core collection of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in the Netherlands
Zeven, A.C. ; Waninge, J. ; Hintum, Th.J.L. van; Singh, S.P. - \ 1999
Euphytica 109 (1999). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 93 - 106.
fenetica - genenbanken - landrassen - bonen - phaseolus vulgaris - nederland - fenotypische variatie - phenetics - gene banks - landraces - beans - netherlands - phenotypic variation
Forty accessions, forming a core collection of mainly bush type of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) germplasm in the Netherlands, were evaluated for 14 qualitative and quantitative traits at the Agricultural University, Wageningen (WAU), the Netherlands in 1992. These and an additional 117 Dutch accessions, mainly collected in private home gardens, were also evaluated for phaseolin seed protein pattern, and morphological and agronomic traits at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT, Spanish acronym), Cali, Columbia between 1987 and 1997. Multivariate and principal component analyses at both WAU and CIAT indicated existence of one large group with no discernable patterns among Dutch common bean collections of landraces, garden forms and cultivars. However, when phaseolin, an evolutionary, biochemical marker, was used as an initial classification criterion followed by use of morphological markers, the two major gene pools; Andean and Middle American with two races in each (Chile and Nueva Granada in Andean, and Durango and Mesoamerica in Middle American) were identified
Diversity for enzymes, flowering behaviour and purple plant colour of perennial kale (Brassica oleraceae L. var. ramosa DC) in the Netherlands.
Zeven, A.C. ; Suurs, L.C.J.M. ; Waninge, J. - \ 1996
Acta Horticulturae 407 (1996). - ISSN 0567-7572 - p. 61 - 66.
Perennial kale has probably been domesticated and distributed by the Romans. Some relic populations are still being grown in various parts of western Europe (Ireland, Scotland, England, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Portugal), in Ethiopia, in Brazil and Haiti up to the present. Most accessions of perennial kale grown in gardens in the Dutch province Limburg have lost their flowering ability. Some of them flower occasionally, others every year. No explanation can be given for this inconstant behaviour. This predominantly diploid material is quite uniform for the enzymes acid phosphatase (ACD), esterase (EST), glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT) and shikamata dehydrogenase (SKD). The same is true for presence of anthocyanins in the leaves. The 40 fully investigated accessions could be grouped into 8 phenotypes: 26 with phenotype 1 (at least 9 are tetraploid), three with phenotype 2, six with phenotype 3, and one for each of the phenotypes 4 to 8. Accessions with phenotypes 2 and 3 had the same phenotype for the four enzymes as phenotype 1, and so have most of the 13 accessions, only investigated for enzymes.
Phenotypic variation within a Hungarian landrace of runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus L.).
Zeven, A.C. ; Mohamed, M.H. ; Waninge, J. ; Veurink, H. - \ 1993
Euphytica 68 (1993). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 155 - 166.
The presence of three groups of Scalavatis and other hexaploid bread wheat plants contaminating durum wheat fields in Cyprus.
Zeven, A.C. ; Waninge, J. - \ 1989
Euphytica 43 (1989). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 117 - 124.
Diploids and naturally arisen autotetraploids in the predominantly vegetatively propagated Brassica oleracea L. var. ramosa DC and their cytology.
Zeven, A.C. ; Ramanna, M.S. ; Boeder, M. ; Sawor, Z. ; Waninge, J. - \ 1989
Euphytica 41 (1989). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 59 - 64.
The degree of phenotypic similarity of the near-isogenic lines of the wheat cultivar Centana with their recurrent parent.
Zeven, A.C. ; Waninge, J. - \ 1989
Euphytica 40 (1989). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 161 - 167.
The extent of similarity between the near-isogenic lines of Australian spring wheat variety Triple Dirk with their recurrent parent.
Zeven, A.C. ; Waninge, J. ; Colon, L.T. - \ 1986
Euphytica 35 (1986). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 381 - 393.
The degree of similarity of backcross lines of Triticum aestivum cultivars Manitou and Neepawa with Aegilops speltoides accessions as donors.
Zeven, A.C. ; Waninge, J. - \ 1986
Euphytica 35 (1986). - ISSN 0014-2336 - p. 677 - 685.
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