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  • Gardiner, NS; Lalloo, R; Ramduth, DM; Dudas, J; Marcus, M (2006-09)
    Oral presentation on commercial implementation of β-carotene at the Bio2Biz Conference
  • Gumede, WHN; van Zyl, PJ; Okole, B; Lalloo, R (2006-02)
    The decreased productivity levels in crop production as a consequence of disease infection have been a great concern amongst agricultural communities. A similar threat is facing the banana-cultivating community due to ...
  • Shapurjee, Y; Le Roux, Alize; Coetzee, M (2014-05)
    This article examines the phenomenon of backyard housing in Gauteng, a prominent driver of urban spatial change in South Africa’s housing market. Backyard housing in South Africa increasingly attracts the attention of ...
  • Bumunang, EW; Babalola, OO; Barros, E (Oriental Scientific Publishing, 2013)
    This study examined the impact of genetically modified corn on bacterial functional community in the rhizosphere. Rhizospheric soil samples from GM and non-GM corn were collected at 30 days after sowing (DAS) and at ...
  • Du Plessis, JJL; Weiss, ES; Cashdollar, KL (2000-05)
    The prime objective of this report was to evaluate single bag performance at various positions in the gallery when exposed to different explosions. These methane explosions varied in strength and position to generate varied ...
  • Meth-Cohn, O; Horak, RM; Fouché, Gerda (Royal Society Chemistry, 1994-06-07)
    Alpha beta-Epoxy ketones on treatment with baker's yeast yield different types of products depending on their substitution. Small groups such as H or Me attached at the epoxy end protect that end from attack. Thus, 1-acyl ...
  • Bolokang, AS; Phasha, MJ; Motaung, DE (Scientific Research Publishing, 2013-04)
    Broadening and height reduction of X-ray diffraction peaks were observed after cold-pressing of unmilled Co-W pow- der mixture. It seems the effect of cold pressing has slightly reduced the lattice parameter of W from 3.165 ...
  • Adebesin, F; Kotzé, P; Van Greunen, D; Foster, R (2013-07)
    Although standardization is seen as the key to ensuring interoperability of healthcare information systems, the large numbers of standards available can make the selection decision difficult especially for a developing ...
  • Roux, M; Lotter, S; Nordengen, Paul A (SATC, 2015-07)
    As part of the project to update the Malawian Directorate of Road Transport and Safety Services’ (DRTSS) 2005 Axle Load Control Strategy and to provide a five-year implementation plan, a country-wide axle load survey was ...
  • Walters, Chavon; Couto, M; McClurg, N; Silwana, B; Somerset, V (Springer, 2017-02)
    Mercury (Hg) speciation and bioavailability were studied in surface water, surface sediment and freshwater fish samples collected upstream and downstream of the Medupi (currently under construction) and Matimba power ...
  • De Klerk, A; De Klerk, Arno R (2011-07)
    A study was conducted in the Waterberg area to characterize the aquatic macro invertebrate community structure and fish assemblages in the Mokolo and Lephalala rivers prior to the onset of increased mining activities and ...
  • Parmaliana, A; Frusteri, F; Mezzapica, A; Miceli, D; Scurrell, MS; Giordano, N (Academic Press Inc, 1993-09)
    The partial oxidation of methane to formaldehyde by molecular oxygen on silica and silica-supported oxide catalysts has been investigated at a pressure of 1.7 bars in the temperature range 520-650°C by using a batch reactor ...
  • Matsebe, O; Namoshe, M; Tlale, N (INTECH, 2010)
    The goal of the chapter is to provide an opportunity for researchers who are new to, or interested in, this exciting area of research with the basics, background information, major issues, and the state-of-the-art as well ...
  • Foundation for Research Development, (Ecosystems section) (National Scientific Programmes Unit: CSIR, 1985)
    The Seminar on Basic Needs in Rural Areas was organized to provide an opportunity for interaction between researchers and decision-makers. Various aspects of basic needs in rural areas were covered. Papers delivered on the ...
  • Page-Shipp, RJ (CSIR, National Building Research Institute, 1980-09-10)
    This article correctly reflects the principles of Solar Water Heating as they pertain to South African conditions. However, it was written in 1980 and the global energy situation has changed considerably. Furthermore, ...
  • Van Heerden, C; Barnard, E; Davel, M (International Speech Communication Association, 2009-09)
    Spoken dialogue systems (SDSs) have great potential for information access in the developing world. However, the realisation of that potential requires the solution of several challenging problems, including the development ...
  • Von Schirnding, YER; Strauss, N; Robertson, P; Kfir, R; Fattal, B; Mathee, A; Franck, M; Cabelli, VJ (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 1993)
    Rapid urbanisation in the coastal areas of South Africa has led to increasing concern about the potential health effects on bathers resulting from exposure to contaminated seawater. Water quality criteria in South Africa ...
  • Hernandez-Leal, P; Rosman, Benjamin S; Taylor, ME; Sucar, LE; de Cote, EM (ACM, 2016-02)
    In many situations, agents are required to use a set of strategies (behaviors) and switch among them during the course of an interaction. This work focuses on the problem of recognizing the strategy used by an agent within ...
  • Rosman, Benjamin; Hawasly, M; Ramamoorthy, S (Springer Verlag, 2016-02)
    A long-lived autonomous agent should be able to respond online to novel instances of tasks from a familiar domain. Acting online requires `fast' responses, in terms of rapid convergence, especially when the task instance ...
  • Kim, S; Das, S; Chen, M-H; Warren, N (International Society for Bayesian Analysis, 2008-03)
    Motivated by a large multilevel survey conducted by the US Veterans Health Administration (VHA), we propose a structural equations model which involves a set of latent variables to capture dependence between different ...