Articles by Author: M Slabbert

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  1. The effect of the adjuvant, Break-Thru S240, on whorl penetration and efficacy of foliar insecticide applications against <em>Chilo partellus</em>

    The effect of the adjuvant, Break-Thru S240, on whorl penetration and efficacy of foliar insecticide applications against <em>Chilo partellus</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Insecticide sprays registered for the control of maize stem borers are all intended for whorl application. Chemical control of these pests is complicated by their cryptic feeding habit inside plant whorls. The aim of this study was to investigate whether...
  2. A socio-historical overview of codeswitching studies in the African languages

    A socio-historical overview of codeswitching studies in the African languages

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    South African studies in codeswitching (CS) have tended to follow the history of African linguistics. They also run parallel with studies on CS in the rest of Africa. A socio- historical critique of language contact phenomena reveals perspectives that have...
  3. A re-evaluation of the sociology of Tsotsitaal

    A re-evaluation of the sociology of Tsotsitaal

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Alhoewel daar reeds 'n aantal artikels verskyn het oor die linguistiese kenmerke van tsotsitaal, is die taalsosiologiese aspekte van hierdie variëteit nog onverkende terrein. Hierdie artikel is gebaseer op navorsing wat die Omnichek-afdeling van Research Surveys onlangs vir die skrywer...
  4. ‘I’ll meet you halfway with language’ – codeswitching functions within an urban context’

    ‘I’ll meet you halfway with language’ – codeswitching functions within an urban context’

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Ukuxananaza kwemo yovangontetho kweelwimi ezilokishini eMzantsi Afrika kunye nobucukubhede malunga neemeko olusetyenziswa phantsi kwazo, kungaba neziphumo ezivuselela umdla omkhulu ukuba oku kunokuphononongwa ngo-kwesithako sikaMyers-Scotton se'markedness model' (ukusetyenziswa kwentetho ethile ngabom). Ngokwesi sithako izithethi ziyaliqonda ixabiso lokusetyenziswa kolwimi oluchanaba okuthile kwimo...
  5. 'Disintegrating the agenda'—strategies of transformation discourse

    'Disintegrating the agenda'—strategies of transformation discourse

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    This article considers issues of language use in South Africa with regard to some salient discursive practices at an academic institution. In the contexts under review, language choice and use are embedded within a context of linguistic power relationships (high...
  6. Determining the appropriate code in a South African business environment

    Determining the appropriate code in a South African business environment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    During 1999 a research project was undertaken under the auspices of the Pan South African Language Board, in collaboration with a large financial institution, to investigate the use and attitudes with regard to the nine indigenous African languages in a...
  7. Non-destructive sampling of juvenile abalone using epipodial tentacles and mucus: method and application

    Non-destructive sampling of juvenile abalone using epipodial tentacles and mucus: method and application

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    Good-quality biological material is needed to obtain intact deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) for use in molecular techniques such as the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Non-destructive sampling protocols of juvenile abalone Haliotis midae (7–15 months old) were tested in order to collect...
  8. 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...