Search for dissertations about: "Dun"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 20 swedish dissertations containing the word Dun.

  1. 1. Monogenic Traits Associated with Structural Variants in Chicken and Horse : Allelic and Phenotypic Diversity of Visually Appealing Traits

    Author : Freyja Imsland; Leif Andersson; Gabriella Lindgren; Kerstin Lindblad-Toh; Eiríkur Steingrímsson; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; LANTBRUKSVETENSKAPER; AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES; Structural variation; Pigmentation; Domestication; Equids; MNR2; CCDC108; STX17; TBX3; Grey; Dun; non-dun; Rose-comb; Chicken; Genetic mapping; Phenotyping; Molekylär genetik; Molecular Genetics;

    Abstract : Domestic animals have rich phenotypic diversity that can be explored to advance our understanding of the relationship between molecular genetics and phenotypic variation. Since the advent of second generation sequencing, it has become easier to identify structural variants and associate them with phenotypic outcomes. READ MORE

  2. 2. Le développement morphosyntaxique du syntagme nominal chez des enfants et des adultes : approche générativiste

    Author : Jonas Granfeldt; Franska; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; bilinguisme; langue maternelle; apprenants adultes; enfants; développement; syntagme nominal; adjectives; déterminants; Determiner Phrase; syntaxe; grammaire générative; morphologie; langue étrangère; acquisition; français;

    Abstract : Le pr�sent travail veut s?inscrire dans une tradition de linguistique appliqu�e dont l?ambition consiste � allier th�orie et empirisme. Lorsque l?on t�che de combiner deux domaines, on pourrait esp�rer qu?ils s?av�rent mutuellement enrichis ; Dans le meilleur des cas, la th�orie permettrait non seulement l?�laboration d?hypoth�ses et de questions pertinentes sur les donn�es mises en place par la d�marche empirique, mais elle se verrait �galement d�velopp�e en raison de la nature des donn�es et des consid�rations que celles-ci imposent. READ MORE

  3. 3. Immobilizing catalysts on textiles : case of zerovalent iron and glucose oxidase enzyme

    Author : Mohammad Neaz Morshed; Vincent Nierstrasz; Frank Hollmann; Högskolan i Borås; []
    Keywords : Biocatalysts; Catalyst immobilization; Catalytic reduction; Chitosan; Dye removal; Environmental remediation; Enzyme immobilization; Glucose oxidase; Hyperbranched dendrimers; Heterogeneous catalysis; Heterogeneous bio-Fenton; Heterogeneous Fenton; Inorganic catalysts; Phenol removal; Polyester nonwoven fabric; Pathogenic bacteria removal; Plasma ecotechnology; Polyethylenimine; Textile catalyst; Textile biotechnology; Textile surface modification; Wastewater treatment; Zerovalent iron; 生物催化剂; 涤纶无纺布; 金属颗粒:铁固定化; 超支化树状大分子; 聚酰胺胺树状大分子 3-氨基丙基); 三乙氧基硅烷; 1-硫代甘油; 聚乙烯胺; 壳聚糖; 葡萄糖氧化酶; 氧化还原酶; 酶固定化,物理吸附; 纤维催化剂; 多相催化; 抗菌纺织品; 革兰氏阳性(G ve)菌 革兰氏阴性(G-ve)菌; 类芬顿; 生物芬顿; 染料去除; 苯酚去除; 生物催化; 产业纺织品; 纺织生物技术; 纺织品表面改性; 环境治理; 废水处理; 零价铁。; Biocatalyseurs; Immobilisation de catalyseurs; Reduction de catalyseurs; Chitosane; Élimination de colorants; Assainissement de l’environnement; Immobilisation d’enzymes; Glucose oxydase; Dendrimères hyper-ramifiés; Catalyse hétérogène; Bio-Fenton hétérogène; Fenton hétérogène; Catalyseurs inorganiques; Élimination de phénols; Non-tissé Polyester; Élimination de bactéries pathogènes; Écotechnologie plasma; Polyéthylèneimine; Catalyseur textile; Biotechnologie textile; Modification de surface textile; Traitement des eaux usées; Fer zéro-valent; Biokatalysatorer; Katalysatorimmobilisering; Katalytisk reduktion; Kitosan; Avlägsnande av färgämnen; Miljösanering; Enzymimmobilisering; Glukosoxidas; Hypergrenade dendrimerer; Heterogen katalys; Heterogen bio-Fenton; Heterogen Fenton; Oorganiska katalysatorer; Fenolavlägsnande; Polyester fiberduk; Avlägsnande av patogena bakterier; Plasmaekoteknik; Polyetylenimin; Textil katalysator; Textil bioteknik; Modifiering av textilytor; Avloppsrening; Zerovalent järn; Textil och mode generell ; Textiles and Fashion General ;

    Abstract : Catalytic systems are one of the most effective technologies of modern chemical processes. The system uses a molecule called ‘catalyst’ that is capable of catalyzing a reaction without being produced or consumed during the process. READ MORE

  4. 4. Exploiting the Synergies from Coupled Electricity and Heat Distribution Networks : Modelling, simulation and optimization based on an extended energy hub approach

    Author : Getnet Tadesse Ayele; Björn Laumert; Joachim Claesson; Bruno Lacarrière; Pierrick Haurant; Filip Johnsson; KTH; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; District heating networks; Electricity distribution networks; Extended energy hub approach; Integrated load flow study; Integrated optimal power flow; Multi-carrier energy networks; Multi-energy system; Optimal placement; Thermal storage.; Hub énergétique étendu; Flux de charges; Flux de puissances intégrées optimaux; Réseaux énergétiques multi-vecteurs; Système multi-énergies; Placement optimal.; Fjärrvärmenät; Elektricitetsdistributionsnät; Utökad strategi för energihub; Integrerad belastningsstudie; Integrerat optimalt effektflöde; Energinät med flera bärare; Multi-energisystem; Optimal placering; Termisk lagring.; Energy Technology; Energiteknik;

    Abstract : Recent literature shows that there is a significant potential of decarbonisation and efficiency improvement that can be achieved through the synergy from multi-energy systems (MESs). Coupling technologies, such as co-generation plants, heat pumps and thermal storages are widely recommended as means of unlocking additional flexibility and increasing the penetration of renewables in the heating and electricity sectors. READ MORE

  5. 5. Insights into the Evolution of Moth Pheromone Communication: Lessons from the European Corn Borer

    Author : Jean-Marc Lassance; Biologiska institutionen; []
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; biosynthetic enzymes; evolution; Ostrinia nubilalis; mate choice; mate finding; olfaction; biosynthesis; speciation; moth; pheromone; olfactory receptors.;

    Abstract : Chemical communication by means of sex pheromones is central to the mating systems of a wide range of organisms. Because reproductive isolation is often based on pheromone differences, understanding how pheromones diverge is necessary for a complete comprehension of the speciation process. READ MORE