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  1. Knock-induced noise and vibration in I.C. engines
    Schaberg, P W, 2017-01-27T06:47:10Z, University of Cape Town
  2. Taxonomy of subtribe aveninae excluding Helictotrichon Schult (Part 1)
    Sokutu, Tamsanqa Mthunzi, 2017-01-27T07:18:53Z, University of Cape Town
  3. Physical methods applied to coordination compounds
    Slabbert, Neville Patrick, 2017-01-27T07:20:06Z, University of Cape Town
  4. The fossil Cercopithecoidea of South Africa
    Freedman, Leonard, 2017-01-27T07:49:01Z, University of Cape Town
  5. Environmental and biogeographic influences on the distribution and composition of the southern Cape forests (Veld type 4)
    Geldenhuys, Coert Johannes, 2017-01-27T06:50:38Z, University of Cape Town
    This study aims at explaining the distribution and composition of the southern Cape forests, the largest forest complex in southern Africa. These are the only forests in southern Africa which are actively and scientifically managed for their products and values. Population growth due to forestry, ag ...
  6. Fluvial facies, vertebrate taphonomy and palaeosols of the Teekloof formation (Permian) near Beaufort West, Cape Province, South Africa
    Smith, Roger M H, 2017-01-27T12:50:47Z, University of Cape Town
    The main Karoo Basin of South Africa contains a relatively continuous sequence of continental deposits that accumulated over a 100 million year period from Permo-Carboniferous (280 Ma) to early Jurassic (180 Ma). In the southwestern region of the basin the Karoo succession is approximately 4 000 m t ...
  7. Seed morphology and colour variation in derotinous Cape Proteaceae
    Gibson, Stephen, 2017-01-27T08:58:09Z, University of Cape Town
    I investigated seed colour polymorphism in Leucadendron is investigated for the possibility of crypsis in a post fire environment. Results were inconclusive, possibly due to a missed opportunity, but do not exclude the possibility of crypsis. Seed predation by birds may be an as yet undescribed and ...
  8. A study of the infestations occurring in Parechinus Angulosus
    Lewis, Veronica N, 2017-01-27T07:05:00Z, University of Cape Town
    Data on the ciliate infestation of the alimentary tract of echinoids has been steadily growing. Work has been done on sea urchins from Bermuda, Tortugas, the east and west coasts of Japan, the coast of North Carolina; the coast of California, the Mediterranean Sea. and the North Sea. The present pap ...
  9. The synthesis and properties of some higher membered fused alicyclic ring systems
    Horn, Denis Herbert Suttle, 2017-01-27T07:47:17Z, University of Cape Town
    Because of the theoretical interest in the ring system consisting of two-fused fully unsaturated seven-membered rings (Wilson Baker, Tilden lecture J. 1945, 268), for which the trivial name "heptalene" is suggested, attempts have been made to synthesise this hydrocarbon to study its chemical and phy ...