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  1. Acid deposition in the Eastern Transvaal Highveld
    Böhm, Maraget, 1985, University of Cape Town
    The Transvaal Highveld has one of the largest potentials for air pollution in South Africa. The area around Witbank and Middleburg in the eastern Transvaal Highveld, is highly industrialized with several coal-fired power stations, burning coal dumps and heavy industries. The pollution levels in this ...
  2. A study of filamentous viruses in maize and smallgrains
    Chauhan, Ramola, 2016-09-29T17:14:43Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 175-184. ...
  3. Investigating popular writing : the theory and the practice
    Schuster, C R, 2016-09-29T17:15:16Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 128-133. ...
  4. An analysis of factors controlling the distribution of zooplankton in the Knysna estuary, South Africa
    Veldhuis, Helen Anne, 2016-09-29T17:15:44Z, University of Cape Town
    The Knysna estuary system, on the south coast of South Africa, was sampled for zooplankton over period of one year. All species were recorded and an attempt was made at relating the distribution of populations to physical factors within the estuary. Over 50 species were identified. Pseudodiaptomus h ...
  5. The food and feeding of Etrumeus whiteheadi Wongratana 1983, off the Cape Province of South Africa
    Wallace-Fincham, Beverley Pastorah, 2016-09-29T17:15:48Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 70-74. ...
  6. The perspective of parents of learners with learning disabilities regarding the implementation of inclusive education in independent schools in the Western Cape : a case study
    Cotterell, Elize Marcella, 2016-09-29T12:41:23Z
    Using a qualitative case study method, this study sought to understand parents’ perceptions of the implementation of inclusive education that their learning disabled children experienced at independent schools when compared to the guidelines for implementing inclusive education as provided for by th ...
  7. Investigating cross-clade immune responses in HIV-1 subtype C-infected individuals from South Africa: implications for HIV vaccine design
    Zembe, Lycias, 2016-09-30T11:34:19Z, University of Cape Town
    Background An effective HIV vaccine remains the main hope for controlling the HIV epidemic and is a global health priority. The genetic diversity of the virus across the globe is a major impediment to developing an effective vaccine. Whether a universal vaccine is possible still remain elusive. Ther ...
  8. Accuracy of ultrasound beyond 14 weeks to determine chorionicity of twin pregnancies
    Momberg, Zoe, 2016-09-30T11:34:50Z, University of Cape Town
    Determining the chorionicity of twin pregnancies is extremely important as this influences the frequency of surveillance, timing of delivery and management of complications. Monochorionic twins have 2.5 times the perinatal mortality of dichorionic twins, and in the case of a single intra-uterine fet ...
  9. Gahnite and its formation in the context of regional metamorphism and mineralization in the Namaqualand metamorphic complex
    Hicks, Judith Anne, 2016-09-30T11:35:13Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 150-158. ...