Jean Wannijn

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Wannijn, Jean

  • Biosphere Impact Studies

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  1. Article › Research
  2. Arabidopsis plants exposed to gamma radiation in two successive generations show a different oxidative stress response

    van de Walle, J., Horemans, N., Saenen, E., Van Hees, M., Wannijn, J., Nauts, R., Van Gompel, A., Vangronsveld, J., Vandenhove, H. & Cuypers, A., 21 Dec 2016, In: Journal of environmental radioactivity. 165, p. 270-279

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  3. Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings show an age-dependent response on growth and DNA repair after exposure to chronic gamma-radiation

    Biermans, G., Horemans, N., Vanhoudt, N., Vandenhove, H., Saenen, E., Van Hees, M., Wannijn, J., Vangronsveld, J., Cuypers, A. & Vanmarcke, H., Jan 2015, In: Environmental and Experimental Botany. 109, 01, p. 122-130

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  4. Biological effects of α-radiation exposure by 241Am in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings are determined both by dose rate and 241Am distribution

    Horemans, N., Vanhoudt, N., Vandenhove, H., Saenen, E., Van Hees, M. & Wannijn, J., 21 Jul 2015, In: Journal of environmental radioactivity. 149, p. 51-63

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  5. Can we predict uranium bioavailability based on soil parameters? Part 1: Effect of soil parameters on soil solution uranium concentration

    Vandenhove, H., Van Hees, M., Wouters, K., Wannijn, J. & Thiry, Y., Jan 2007, In: Environmental Pollution. 145, p. 587-595

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  6. Can we predict uranium bioavailability based on soil parameters? Part 2: Soil solution uranium concentration is not a good bioavailability index.

    Vandenhove, H., Van Hees, M., Wannijn, J., Wouters, K., Wang, L. & Thiry, Y., Jan 2007, In: Environmental Pollution. 145, p. 577-586

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  7. Comparison of two sequential extraction procedures for uranium fractionation in contaminated soils

    Vandenhove, H., Vanhoudt, N., Duquène, L., Antunes, K. & Wannijn, J., Nov 2014, In: Journal of environmental radioactivity. 137, 11, p. 1-9

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  8. Differences in U root-to-shoot translocation between plant species explained by U distribution in roots

    Straczek, A., Duquène, L., Wannijn, J., Vandenhove, H., Wegrynek, D., Chinea-Cano, E., Navez, J. & Vanmarcke, H., 18 Jan 2010, In: Journal of environmental radioactivity. 101, 3, p. 258-266

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  9. Diffusive Gradient In Thin Films (DGT) Compared With Soil Solution and Labile Uranium Fraction For Predicting Uranium Bioavailability To Ryegrass

    Dugène, L., Vandenhove, H., Tack, F., Van Hees, M., Wannijn, J. & Vanmarcke, H., 4 Jan 2010, In: Journal of environmental radioactivity. 102, 2, p. 140-147

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