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  1. Physics and applications of scintillation detectors
    Brookes, Francis Dey, 1996
    The papers submitted in this volume present contributions and reviews on the physics of the scintillation process together with contributions to the development of scintillation detection techniques and the use of these techniques in nuclear physics research and in the applications of nuclear meth ...
  2. Formulating the African National Congress" foreign investment policy in the transition to a post-apartheid South Africa : problems, pressures and constraints
    Carim, Xavier, 1995
    This study examines the wide-ranging and critical factors which have impacted on the African National Congress" (ANC) emerging foreign investment policy. It identifies and analyses the matrix of political and socio-economic factors which have combined at global and national levels to shape ANC polic ...
  3. Determination of distinctness among citrus cultivars using biochemical and molecular markers
    Carstens, Karin, 1995
    Citrus is among the most important fruit crops worlstwide, and therefore the preservation and improvement of citrus germplasm is of the essence. Citrus breeders are often faced with the difficulty of distinguishing between new and existing cultivars because of the ambiguous nature of morphological t ...
  4. An investigation of the potential role of students in decision making in the management and administration of secondary schools : a case study
    Chinsamy, Dhanasagren, 1995
    As South Africa prepares to reconstruct its education system for a post-apartheid, democratic society, many facets of educational life will of necessity come under re-examination. One such area is that of school governance which traditionally was the domain of principals, teachers and more recently ...
  5. Disturbing the neighbours : an investigation into the relationship between psychopathology and social formations
    Collins, Anthony, 1995
    This work attempts to confront certain political problems created by the individualistic bias in psychoanalytic thinking, and the resulting failure to adequately theorise the importance of social processes. The thesis traces the origins of intrapsychic thinking to Freud"s initial move from the sedu ...
  6. Characterisation of the genome of Nudaurelia Omega Virus
    Cox, Dermot, 1995
    Nudaurelia co virus (Nco V) is a small RNA virus belonging to the Family Tetraviridae. Nco V was successfully isolated from field collected larvae of the pine emperor moth, Nudaurelia cytherea capensis. By polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis-it was possible Jo determine the size of the capsid protei ...
  7. A review of sediment-hosted gold deposits of the world with special emphasis on recent discoveries outside the U.S.A.
    Daglioglu, Yasar Mehmet, 1996
    Most of the Great Basin sediment-hosted gold deposits are located along well defined, northwest-striking trends. Trends coincide with faults, intrusive rocks and magnetic anomalies. Sedimentary host rocks are siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, argillic, interbedded chert and shales. Silty bedded s ...
  8. The role of the cadence as determining factor of phrasing of the organ toccatas, preludes and fantasias of Johann Sebastian Bach
    Du Plooy, Jacobus Stephanus, 1996
    This study examines the phrasing of J.S. Bach"s preludes, toccatas and fantasias for organ. Consequent upon Bach"s silence on the subject and the inadequacy of available sources, the cadence has been used as a means to determine the phrasing of these works. The goal of this thesis is to identify t ...
  9. Humour"s critical capacity in the context of South African dance, with two related analyses
    Elliott, Nicola, 2011
    This thesis spans two fields - South African dance and the philosophy of humour - and attempts to link them through an understanding of their formal mechanisms. I attempt to establish two main ideas: that there is a need for a critical praxis in South African dance, and that humour in dance can be ...
  10. An investigation inot constraints impacting on small micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs) access to finance in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality
    Dlova, Mzwanele Roadwell, 2012
    Internationally, in both developed and developing countries, it has been accepted that SMMEs are the backbone and the driving force of economic growth and job creation. In South Africa, SMMEs account for approximately 60 per cent of all employment in the economy and more than 35 per cent of South Af ...