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  • image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
    Authors: Noe, Steffen M.; Tabakova, Ksenia; Mahura, Alexander; Lappalainen, Hanna K.; +21 Authors

    International audience; Integrative and Comprehensive Understanding on Polar Environments (iCUPE) project developed 24 novel datasets utilizing in-situ observational capacities within the Arctic or remote sensing observations from ground or from space. The datasets covered atmospheric, cryospheric, marine, and terrestrial domains. This paper connects the iCUPE datasets to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and showcases the use of selected datasets as knowledge provision services for policy- and decision-making actions. Inclusion of indigenous and societal knowledge into the data processing pipelines enables a feedback mechanism that facilitates data driven public services.

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    Environmental Science & Policy
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      image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao PURE Aarhus Universi...arrow_drop_down
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    Authors: Azizi, A.; Nascimento, H.; Tortereau, F.; Hazard, D.; +7 Authors

    International audience; Feed is the largest cost in animal production, therefore improving feed efficiency (FE) is one of the main priorities when redesigning farming systems. The objective of this work was to evaluate the effects of a divergent genetic selection for FE in Romane rams [i.e. efficient (RFI-) or inefficient (RFI+)] on the feed intake and nutrient digestibility of their daughters (ewes), reared in different conditions. Different to their sires, which were fed high concentrate-diets, the ewes were fed ad libitum total mixed ration (TMR) composed of silage (65%), hay (25%) and barley (10%). A series of in vivo digestibility trials were conducted using Romane ewes (n =20; 10 RFI- and 10 RFI+) during their 2 first production cycles. The BW, metabolic BW (MBW), body condition score (BCS), DM intake (DMI) and nutrient intake and digestibility were individually monitored. All parameters were significantly affected (P < 0.05) by the production cycle. The BW, MBW, BCS as well as the feed intake and nutrient digestibility were higher in the cycle 2 compared to cycle 1. The exception was the CP digestibility, which was higher in younger ewes (cycle 1). The BW and MBW was, as expected, higher in older ewes thus increasing the feed intake capacity in cycle 2 compared with cycle 1. Slight differences in TMR nutritive composition between the years of the study were also probably responsible of differences in CP digestibility. The RFI+ ewes showed a better BCS than RFI- ewes (3.0 vs. 2.7; P < 0.0001). In the conditions used in this study, we could not demonstrate any differences in intake and digestive efficiency between the two ewe FE lines, probably because the selected rams were tested with one diet (concentrate-based diet) whereas their daughters (ewes) with another (forage-based diet). Further research is warranted to evaluate RFI testing in animals fed a more fibrous diet closer to that of ewes under range conditions whereas also assessing responses to multiple-generation divergent selection on RFI.

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    Livestock Science
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      Livestock Science
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    Authors: Catherine Bonnet; Noémie Gaudio; Lionel Alletto; Didier Raffaillac; +6 Authors

    International audience; Lengthening and diversifying crop rotations is an efficient strategy to reduce the use of fertilizers and pesticides, thereby improving the sustainability of cropping systems. To test this assumption, six innovative cropping system prototypes were designed, each introducing one or more agroecological practices, as alternatives to the 2-year sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)-durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. subsp. durum) rotation widespread in southwestern France. Two 3-year rotations were implemented at INRAE, Toulouse, from 2011 to 2016. The six prototypes were composed of two low-input cropping systems (with/without cover crops) and four very low-input cropping systems (including cultivar or species mixtures, each with/without cover crops). As compared to the sunflower-wheat rotation, the prototypes aimed at reducing the use of N fertilizers by 25% (low-input) and 50% (very low-input) and pesticides by 50%. A set of agronomic, environmental, technical, and socio-economic indicators was calculated to assess the different components of sustainability. The introduction of agroecological principles resulted in a clear reduction of the use of synthetic inputs as compared to the sunflower-wheat rotation. The treatment frequency index was decreased by 56, 18 and 39% for the low-input cropping systems, very low-input cropping systems with cultivar mixtures, and very low-input cropping systems with species mixtures, respectively. However, the profitability decreased with the diversification of cropping systems as the semi-net margin decreased for the three previous cropping systems (745, 696, and 438 euro center dot ha(-1), respectively, vs. 963 euro center dot ha(-1) for the sunflower-wheat rotation). Despite the costs of inputs, the short rotation remained the most profitable. Agroecological practices succeeded in reducing the dependence of cropping systems on synthetic inputs, but their implementation needs to be improved to achieve better economic performance, using both scientific knowledge and know-how of innovative farmers.

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    Agronomy for Sustainable Development
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      Agronomy for Sustainable Development
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    Authors: Louarn, Gaëtan; Bedoussac, Laurent; Gaudio, Noémie; Journet, Etienne-Pascal; +3 Authors

    International audience; Managing the nitrogen (N) supply in agroecosystems is a critical issue to ensure sufficient food production while preserving the environment. Intercropping is known to be a sustainable means of reducing the use of N-fertilizers. However, managing the N supplied to a crop while optimising the use of N by different species in a mixture remains a challenge. This is partly due to the difficulty of assessing the N requirements of each component in the mixture separately in order to correctly drive the performance of the whole system. The methods used to assessplant N nutrition status were initially developed for sole crops. In this review, i) we present different approaches adapted from these previous works to determine the N nutrition status of crops in intercrops; ii) we then compare the predictions of some of them, based on a European database of experimental results regarding cereal–grain legume and perennial grass–legume mixtures; and iii) we discuss the interests and limitations of current indices for mixed crops. We conclude that no single approach is currently valid to assess the N nutrition status of crops within the entire range of possible mixtures explored by farmers. However, some indices based on the N dilution theory perform well regarding the most common situations of balanced binary intercrops. Further research is now needed to properly address the cases of complex mixtures and severely shaded crops.

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    European Journal of Agronomy
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      European Journal of Agronomy
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    Authors: Lichtenstein, Dajana; Luckert, Claudia; Alarcan, Jimmy, H; de Sousa, Georges; +16 Authors

    Exposure to complex chemical mixtures requires a tiered strategy for efficient mixture risk assessment. As a part of the EuroMix project we developed an adverse outcome pathway (AOP)-based assay toolbox to investigate the combined effects of the liver steatosis-inducing compounds imazalil, thiacloprid, and clothianidin in human HepaRG hepatocarcinoma cells. Compound-specific relative potency factors were determined using a benchmark dose approach. Equipotent mixtures were tested for nuclear receptor activation, gene and protein expression, and triglyceride accumulation, according to the molecular initiating events and key events proposed in the steatosis AOP. All three compounds affected the activity of nuclear receptors, but not key genes/proteins as proposed. Triglyceride accumulation was observed with three different methods. Mixture effects were in agreement with the assumption of dose additivity for all the combinations and endpoints tested. Compound-specific RPFs remained similar over the different endpoints studied downstream the AOP. Therefore, it might be possible to reduce testing to a smaller battery of key tests. The results demonstrate the suitability of our in vitro assay toolbox, integrated within an AOP framework and combined with the RPF approach, for the analysis of steatotic effects of chemical mixtures. However, mRNA results suggest that the steatosis AOP still needs improvement.

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    Research@WUR; Food and Chemical Toxicology
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    Authors: Wackers, Jeroen; Visonneau, Michel; Serani, A; Pellegrini, R; +2 Authors

    International audience; A generalized multi-fidelity (MF) metamodel of CFD (computational fluid dynamics) computations is presented for design-and operational-space exploration, based on machine learning from an arbitrary number of fidelity levels. The method is based on stochastic radial basis functions (RBF) with least squares regression and in-the-loop optimization of RBF parameters to deal with noisy data. The method is intended to accurately predict ship performance while reducing the computational effort required by simulation-based optimization (SBDO) and/or uncertainty quantification problems. The present formulation here exploits the potential of simulation methods that naturally produce results spanning a range of fidelity levels through adaptive grid refinement and/or multi-grid resolution (i.e. varying the grid resolution). The performance of the method is assessed for one analytical test and three SBDO problems based on CFD simulations, namely a NACA hydrofoil, the DTMB 5415 model, and a roll-on/roll-off passenger ferry in calm water. Under the assumption of a limited budget of function evaluations, the proposed MF method shows better performance in comparison with its single-fidelity counterpart. The method also shows very promising results in dealing with and learning from noisy CFD data.

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    Authors: Pellegrini, Riccardo; Serani, Andrea; Ficini, Simone; Broglia, Riccardo; +3 Authors

    International audience; The paper presents some recent trends in multi-fidelity digital modelling for marine engineering applications. Digital modelling is achieved by machine learning methods, namely multi-fidelity surrogate models, trained by computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Adaptative approaches are discussed for radial basis functions and Gaussian process models. Simulation-based design optimisation problems are presented to discuss the use and effects of different adaptivity concepts: (1) adaptive refinement of the computational-domain discretization in CFD; (2) adaptive sampling of the design/operational space; (3) adaptive selection of the fidelity used for the surrogate model training in a multi-fidelity environment; (4) adaptivity of the models to noise. Model adaptation allows for the efficient training of machine learning models, reducing the computational cost associated to building the training sets and improving the overall accuracy of the digital representation.

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    Authors: Antony Jesu Prabhu, P.; Fountoulaki, E.; Maas, R.; Heinsbroek, L.T.N.; +3 Authors

    Feed is a common factor influencing both fish growth and waste production in aquaculture. We examined the effect of different feed ingredients on the quantitative and qualitative aspects of faecal waste produced by common carp. Ingredients rich in (i) starch (field peas, PEA); (ii) protein (feather meal, FeM); (iii) insoluble non-starch polysaccharides, NSP (sunflower cake meal, SFM); or (iv) soluble NSP (wheat dried distillers grain with soluble, WDG) were studied. Five experimental diets were produced, a control diet produced from a basal mixture (CON) and four other diets (PEA, FeM, SFM and WDG) were prepared by replacing 30% of the basal mixture in CON with the respective test ingredient (70:30). Common carp juveniles (95 g, 15 fish per tank) were fed (restrictively, 22 g/kg(0.8)/d) the experimental diets for 7 weeks, in triplicate groups. Growth, body composition, energy and nutrient balances were significantly different; with highest growth recorded in CON and WDG; lowest in the FeM and SFM groups. Apparent digestibility coefficient (ADC) of dry matter, nutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrate, ash and phosphorus) and energy in the diets and ingredients were significantly altered between the groups (p < .001). PEA had the best ADC for macro-nutrients and energy, while ash and phosphorus were highest with WDG; SFM had the lowest ADC values for DM, fat, carbohydrate, energy, and phosphorus. The quantity, proximate composition and recovery percentage of the feaces (collected by settling) was significantly different between treatments (p < .001). Faeces recovery and solid removal efficiency were the highest in WDG, comparable to CON; and lowest in SFM. Physical characteristics of the feaces (stripped) indicated by dry matter content and stability were significantly affected by the ingredients only at day 26 and 29, respectively. However, changes in dry matter and stability over time (days) were significant in SFM and WDG (for DM); and all groups except SFM (stability). Osmolality and viscosity of the stripped faeces was unaffected. In summary, SFM resulted in significantly lower performance, low DM and nutrient digestibility, increased faecal loss, lower stability and removal efficiency. FeM lowered growth, protein and fat digestibility; with altered faecal chemical composition. WDG and PEA performed on par with control, if not better in certain aspects with respect to mineral availability and faecal recovery. Overall, 30% inclusion of the test ingredients not only affected growth, but also the waste production and removal efficiency by altering the physical and chemical characteristics of the faeces in common carp. 1,037 3,224 SCIE Q1

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    Research@WUR; Aquaculture
    Other literature type . Article . 2019 . Peer-reviewed
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    Authors: Corrales, David,; ROBIN, Marie-Hélène; Jaloux, Bruno; Le Lann, Cécile; +6 Authors

    International audience; Acyrthosyphon pisum commonly known as pea aphid reaches densities in some places high enough to become a significant economic problem Considering the growing interest in species mixtures, especially for their role in pest control, we designed a tool to predict pest injuries in pea wheat mixtures Using the qualitative modelling framework Injury Profile SIMulator ( we built a model to predict A pisum final infestation in pea wheat mixtures).

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    Authors: Solmaria Halleck-Vega; Antoine Mandel; Katrin Millock;

    International audience; We introduce a methodology to estimate the determinants of the formation of technology diffusion networks from the patterns of technology adoption. We apply this methodology to wind energy, which is one of the key technologies in climate change mitigation. Our results emphasize that, in particular, long-term relationships as measured by economic integration are key determinants of technological diffusion. Specific support measures are less relevant, at least to explain the extensive margin of diffusion. Our results also highlight that the scope of technological diffusion is much broader than what is suggested by the consideration of CDM projects alone, which are particularly focused on China and India. Finally, the network of technological diffusion inferred from our approach highlights the central role of European countries in the diffusion process and the absence of large hubs among developing countries.

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    Authors: Noe, Steffen M.; Tabakova, Ksenia; Mahura, Alexander; Lappalainen, Hanna K.; +21 Authors

    International audience; Integrative and Comprehensive Understanding on Polar Environments (iCUPE) project developed 24 novel datasets utilizing in-situ observational capacities within the Arctic or remote sensing observations from ground or from space. The datasets covered atmospheric, cryospheric, marine, and terrestrial domains. This paper connects the iCUPE datasets to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and showcases the use of selected datasets as knowledge provision services for policy- and decision-making actions. Inclusion of indigenous and societal knowledge into the data processing pipelines enables a feedback mechanism that facilitates data driven public services.

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    Environmental Science & Policy
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    Authors: Azizi, A.; Nascimento, H.; Tortereau, F.; Hazard, D.; +7 Authors

    International audience; Feed is the largest cost in animal production, therefore improving feed efficiency (FE) is one of the main priorities when redesigning farming systems. The objective of this work was to evaluate the effects of a divergent genetic selection for FE in Romane rams [i.e. efficient (RFI-) or inefficient (RFI+)] on the feed intake and nutrient digestibility of their daughters (ewes), reared in different conditions. Different to their sires, which were fed high concentrate-diets, the ewes were fed ad libitum total mixed ration (TMR) composed of silage (65%), hay (25%) and barley (10%). A series of in vivo digestibility trials were conducted using Romane ewes (n =20; 10 RFI- and 10 RFI+) during their 2 first production cycles. The BW, metabolic BW (MBW), body condition score (BCS), DM intake (DMI) and nutrient intake and digestibility were individually monitored. All parameters were significantly affected (P < 0.05) by the production cycle. The BW, MBW, BCS as well as the feed intake and nutrient digestibility were higher in the cycle 2 compared to cycle 1. The exception was the CP digestibility, which was higher in younger ewes (cycle 1). The BW and MBW was, as expected, higher in older ewes thus increasing the feed intake capacity in cycle 2 compared with cycle 1. Slight differences in TMR nutritive composition between the years of the study were also probably responsible of differences in CP digestibility. The RFI+ ewes showed a better BCS than RFI- ewes (3.0 vs. 2.7; P < 0.0001). In the conditions used in this study, we could not demonstrate any differences in intake and digestive efficiency between the two ewe FE lines, probably because the selected rams were tested with one diet (concentrate-based diet) whereas their daughters (ewes) with another (forage-based diet). Further research is warranted to evaluate RFI testing in animals fed a more fibrous diet closer to that of ewes under range conditions whereas also assessing responses to multiple-generation divergent selection on RFI.

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    Livestock Science
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