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A study of the marine phytoflagellate Pyramimonas pseudoparkeae Pienaar et Aken (Prasinophyceae)
The morphology and structure of P. pseudoparkeae is described in detail. The alga resembles other species in the genus but is most closely related to P. parkeae being separated from it by differences in scale ...
Some mineralogical, physical and chemical properties of volcanically affected soils under irrigated sugarcane in Tanzania.
TPC is a 16 000 hectare estate located in Moshi, Tanzania and is currently planted under 8 800 hectares of sugarcane and produces over 60 000 tons of sugar per annum. The influence of volcanic parent material and volcanic ...
Adventitious rooting in stem cuttings of Eucalyptus grandis Hill ex Maid.
Adventitious rooting in stem cuttings of Eucalyptus grandis Hill ex Maid. was thought to be influenced by a putative inhibitor. In previous studies it has been usual to infer the presence of putative rooting inhibitors ...
The regulation of root development by aluminium in Zea mays L.
This investigation confirmed that plant reaction to Al was directed through the disruption of intercellular co-ordination existing between the cell populations comprising the root meristem. The first detectable response ...
The self-concept of street children compared to that of placement children.
There has been a lot of research highlighting the plight of street children throughout the world in the past few years. A review of the literature on street children reveals that the problem is worse in developing ...
Land reform in South Africa : a general overview and critique.
This study aims to synthesise the land reform programme in South Africa in terms of its multifaceted political and legal policy origins, arrangements and the implementation thereof, with due regard to the international ...
The regulation of phytoplankton productivity in a shallow, turbid, oligotrophic lake.
Aspects of the physical and chemical environment likely to influence phytoplankton productivity were investigated in Lake Midmar, a shallow (mean depth 11.4m), oligotrophic impoundment, over a three year period to ...
The microfilm of the new millennium: the digitization of the liberation struggle archives heritage in east and southern Africa
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2011)
New information and communication technologies have greatly affected archival institutions. It is therefore not surprising that the world of archival management has presently been confronted with many challenges as new ...
The physiology of flowering with contributions by in vitro techniques.
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