Articles by Author: Sa Eriksson

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  1. Of goats and spines – a feeding experiment

    Of goats and spines – a feeding experiment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    Spines in plants have evolved to reduce mammalian herbivory, and their main function may be to protect twigs more than photosynthetic tissue. Type and frequency of spines vary at different scales. We hypothesised that different types of spines affect animal...
  2. Smoother, Faster Handling—The Key to Increased Productivity in Forestry Vehicles

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    To achieve smoother and faster handling of timber has always been an important aim for designers of hydraulic loaders on forestry vehicles. Such loaders normally have “open-centre” hydraulic valve assemblies, in which the valves are open and oil flows freely...
  3. Exploring the role of cognitive and structural forms of social capital in HIV/AIDS trends in the Kagera region of Tanzania – a grounded theory study

    Exploring the role of cognitive and structural forms of social capital in HIV/AIDS trends in the Kagera region of Tanzania – a grounded theory study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    The article presents a synthesis of data from three village case studies focusing on how structural and cognitive social capital may have influenced the progression of the HIV epidemic in the Kagera region of Tanzania. Grounded theory was used to...
  4. The life-cycle and seasonal abundance of <em>Echinoparyphium montgomeriana n.</em> sp. (Trematoda: Echinostomatidae) in Natal, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Zoology
    A new species of Echinoparyphium, E. montgomeriana, is described from Durban, South Africa. Certain unusual aspects of its morphology are discussed. The adult fluke is a parasite of the alimentary tract of birds. Its larval stages are common parasites of...
  5. Farm worker identities contested and reimagined: gender, race/ethnicity and nationality in the post-strike moment

    Farm worker identities contested and reimagined: gender, race/ethnicity and nationality in the post-strike moment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    In 2012/2013, widespread rural unrest — commonly referred to as the “farm worker strike” — broke out in the Western Cape, South Africa. This exposed not only poor salaries and working conditions, but also the disparity between representations of farm...