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  1. An alternative approach to the evaluation of poynting vector synthesis.
    De Villiers, Abraham C., 2014
    M. Tech. Electrical Engineering. ...
  2. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DIVERSITY OF AND INTERACTIONS WITH PLATINUM OF A MICROBIAL POPULATION FROM A PLATINUM MINE
    Jugdave, Abhita Gyanendra, 2013-07-23, University of the Free State
    The mining industry has provided researchers access to the deep subsurface. The deep subsurface is known to harbor a treasure of novel genes and proteins that can be exploited in the biotechnology industry. It has been established that microorganisms in the deep subsurface are potentially novel and ...
  3. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFLUX MECHANISM AGAINST QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS AS A CONTRIBUTION OF BACTERIAL RESISTANCE
    Coetzee, Marisa, 2014-08-20, University of the Free State
    Bacterial infections, a major problem in the poultry industry, are controlled through the use of antibiotics. Due to the increase in antibiotic resistance and the restrictions placed on the use of antibiotics in animals, the poultry industry is slowly heading for a post-antibiotic era. The use of di ...
  4. AN INVESTIGATION OF RESISTANCE TO QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUND DISINFECTANTS IN BACTERIA
    Jansen, Arina Corli, 2012-08-15, University of the Free State
    The widespread and unrestricted use of antibiotics in animal production has led to a surge in antibiotic resistant bacterial strains. The poultry industry is steadily headed for a post antibiotic era, thus fuelling the search for alternative treatments for bacterial infections. One of these alternat ...
  5. âN MUSIKUS IN DIE VREEMDE: DIE LEWE EN WERK VAN ARNOLD BOSMAN
    Cromhout, Johan, 2013-07-18, University of the Free State
    Although I did not know Arnold Bosman (1957-2005) personally, I was compelled to undertake a biographical study of him. The story of his life and the fact that he, as a highly talented South African musician, had to establish himself in a foreign country amongst a strange culture resulted in the wri ...
  6. An analysis of the approaches used for establishing dominance in the United States European Union and South Africa
    Bouwer, Philip, 2016-06-14T09:45:22Z
    Mini Dissertation (LLM)--University of Pretoria, 2016. ...
  7. Antilisterial bioactivity and /or biofilm-formation by compounds from Plectranthus ecklonii Benth. and Acacia karroo Hayne
    Nyila, Monde Alfred, PhD, 2011-06-27, University of Pretoria
    Thirteen South African medicinal plants which are used traditionally to treat symptoms associated with Listeria monocytogenes infections, were screened for activity against the pathogen. Different plant parts were extracted separately with ethyl acetate or chloroform. All the extracts were first scr ...
  8. APPLICATION OF THE MIXING CELL MODEL TO THE QUANTIFICATION OF GROUNDWATER â SURFACE WATER INTERACTION
    Matthews, Amy Jane, 2014-08-07, University of the Free State
    The significance of a reliable groundwater resource assessment is of growing importance as water resources are stretched to accommodate the growing population. An essential component of a groundwater resource assessment is the quantification of surface water â groundwater interaction. The insufficie ...
  9. The appraisal of transport infrastructure projects in the municipal sphere of government in South Africa, with reference to the city of Tshwane
    Schutte, I. C. (Ignatius Christiaan), 1949-, 2011-06-08T09:29:46Z
    The annual budget cycle in urban road/transport authorities by implication requires transport infrastructure projects to be ranked in terms of their relative value, to enable project selection by starting from the most deserving proposal. This follows from the fact that the total cost of feasible pr ...
  10. The appraisal of transport infrastructure projects in the municipal sphere of government in South Africa, with reference to the city of Tshwane
    Schutte, I. C. (Ignatius Christiaan), 1949-, 2011-06-08T09:29:46Z
    The annual budget cycle in urban road/transport authorities by implication requires transport infrastructure projects to be ranked in terms of their relative value, to enable project selection by starting from the most deserving proposal. This follows from the fact that the total cost of feasible pr ...