Articles by Author: M Prins

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  1. A genetic study of the gametocidal effect of the <em>Lr19</em> translocation of common wheat

    A genetic study of the gametocidal effect of the <em>Lr19</em> translocation of common wheat

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    The Lr19 translocation is preferentially transmitted to the progeny of a heterozygote due to the actions of at least two genes, Sd1 and Sd2 (new designation). However, only Sd2 occurs in the recombinant, Lr19-149, and often causes self-elimination of the...
  2. Development of a doubled haploid mapping population and linkage map for the bread wheat cross Kariega × Avocet S

    Development of a doubled haploid mapping population and linkage map for the bread wheat cross Kariega × Avocet S

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    A doubled haploid wheat population of 150 lines was constructed from the F1 of a cross between cultivars Kariega and Avocet S using the wheat-maize technique. Segregation and linkage analysis of 203 DNA markers, two storage protein markers and the...
  3. PREY OF GIANT EAGLE OWLS IN THE DE HOOP NATURE RESERVE, CAPE PROVINCE, AND SOME OBSERVATIONS ON HUNTING STRATEGY

    PREY OF GIANT EAGLE OWLS IN THE DE HOOP NATURE RESERVE, CAPE PROVINCE, AND SOME OBSERVATIONS ON HUNTING STRATEGY

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Avery, G., Robertson, A. S., Palmer, N.G. & Prins, A. J. 1985. Prey of Giant Eagle Owls in the De Hoop Nature Reserve, Cape Province, and some observations on hunting strategy. Ostrich 56: 117–122.
  4. THE DIET AND FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF THE GROUND WOODPECKER

    THE DIET AND FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF THE GROUND WOODPECKER

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Oatley, T. B., Earl & R. A. & Prins, A. J. 1989. Diet and foraging behaviour of the Ground Woodpecker. Ostrich 60: 75–84.
  5. Helping Arthritis Patients in Northern KwaZuluNatal

    Helping Arthritis Patients in Northern KwaZuluNatal

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    The South African Academy of Family Practice's Rural Health Initiative (RHI) is proud to be able to bring you the following section of the journal, that will concentrate on issues pertaining to rural health in South Africa. We hope to...
  6. A microsatellite panel for triploid verification in the abalone <em>Haliotis midae</em>

    A microsatellite panel for triploid verification in the abalone <em>Haliotis midae</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    A method for ploidy verification of triploid and diploid Haliotis midae was developed using molecular microsatellite markers. In all, 30 microsatellite loci were tested in control populations. A final micro satellite multiplex consisting of seven markers were optimised and a...
  7. Respiratory risk assessment prior to extrathoracic surgery

    Respiratory risk assessment prior to extrathoracic surgery

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Physicians are often asked to evaluate a patient prior to elective surgery for the purpose of risk identification and modification. Postoperative pulmonary complications are the most costly of the major postoperative medical complications, including cardiac, thromboembolic and infectious, and result...
  8. On the inertia groups of the maximal subgroup 2<sup>7</sup>:<em>Sp</em><sub>6</sub>(2) in <em>Aut</em>(<em>Fi</em><sub>22</sub>)

    On the inertia groups of the maximal subgroup 2<sup>7</sup>:<em>Sp</em><sub>6</sub>(2) in <em>Aut</em>(<em>Fi</em><sub>22</sub>)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Quaestiones Mathematicae
    The group 27:Sp6(2) is a maximal subgroup of Aut(Fi22) of index 694980. The group Aut(Fi22) is the full automorphism group of the smallest Fischer simple group Fi22. In this paper, we construct the character table of the inertia group 27:(25:S6)...