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Butterworth : a growth pole.
In recent times much attention has b een focussed on the spatial development of countries, especially in those countries of the world referred to as the Third World. Many factors have given rise to this interest. It has ...
Sedimentary models and geomorphological classification of river-mouths on a subtropical, wave-dominated coast, Natal, South Africa.
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Sedimentology, coral reef zonation, and late Pleistocene coastline models of the Sodwana Bay continental shelf, Northern Zululand
This geostrophic current-controlled Zululand/Natal shelf displays a unique assemblage of interesting physical, sedimentological and biological phenomena. The shelf in this area is extremely narrow compared to the global ...
Relationships between climatic indices and soil properties that reflect leaching and weathering in the Natal Midlands, and their use in the assessment of afforestation potential.
In the summer rainfall regions of Southern Africa, knowledge of the mean annual effective rainfall (MAER) pertaining to a site is critical for the assessment of that site's afforestation potential. The ability to estimate ...
The effect of form of nitrogen on the efficiency of protein synthesis by rumen bacteria in continuous culture.
The aim of this study was to examine the effect of the form of nitrogen available to mixed rumen bacteria on the efficiency of microbial protein synthesis. A novel, solid substrate, continuous culture fermentor which ...
Studies on the expression of resistance to stem rust of wheat caused by Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici.
The endogenous cytokinin levels of healthy primary leaves and seeds of a stem-rust susceptible wheat cultivar Little Club were compared with those of Little Club containing the stem rust resistance gene Sr25. Use was ...