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  1. A new screening method for <em>Ganoderma philippii</em> tolerance in tropical <em>Acacia</em> species

    A new screening method for <em>Ganoderma philippii</em> tolerance in tropical <em>Acacia</em> species

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Red root rot disease caused by Ganoderma philippii is one of the most economically important diseases of tropical Acacia species. Research on field control of the disease has to date focused on inoculum reduction, silviculture practices and application of biological...
  2. Role of site in the mortality and production of <em>Acacia mangium</em> plantations in Indonesia

    Role of site in the mortality and production of <em>Acacia mangium</em> plantations in Indonesia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    In Indonesia, Acacia mangium plantations exceed 1.6 Mha contributing approximately 3.5% of the country’s GDP. The viability of these plantations is increasingly threatened by fungal pathogens, insect pests, squirrels, monkeys, elephants and wind damage. Studies indicate that the problem is...
  3. On symmetric <em>f</em>-biderivations of lattices

    On symmetric <em>f</em>-biderivations of lattices

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Quaestiones Mathematicae
    In this paper, we introduce the notion of symmetric f-biderivation on lattices and investigate some related properties.
  4. A single dominant <em>Ganoderma</em> species is responsible for root rot of <em>Acacia mangium</em> and <em>Eucalyptus</em> in Sumatra

    A single dominant <em>Ganoderma</em> species is responsible for root rot of <em>Acacia mangium</em> and <em>Eucalyptus</em> in Sumatra

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Ganoderma root rot is the most serious disease affecting commercially planted Acacia mangium in plantations in Indonesia. Numerous Ganoderma spp. have been recorded from diseased trees of this species and to a lesser extent Eucalyptus, causing confusion regarding the primary...
  5. An allometric equation for estimating stem biomass of <em>Acacia auriculiformis</em> in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh

    An allometric equation for estimating stem biomass of <em>Acacia auriculiformis</em> in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Tree biomass plays an important role in sustainable management and in estimating forest carbon stocks. The objective of this study was to select the best model for measuring stem biomass of Acacia auriculiformis in the study area. Data from five...
  6. The need for ‘Good Clinical Practice’ in health care research

    The need for ‘Good Clinical Practice’ in health care research

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Randomised controlled trials form the foundation for ‘evidence-based-medicine’, but the results of such research can be relied upon only if it was conducted according to principles and standards collectively referred to as ‘Good Clinical Practice’ (GCP). The GCP was established...
  7. A cross-sectional study of hypertensive outpatients to determine the necessity of asking about erectile dysfunction symptoms

    A cross-sectional study of hypertensive outpatients to determine the necessity of asking about erectile dysfunction symptoms

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: Erectile dysfunction (ED) is common amongst hypertensive men. Hypertensive patients often attribute it to antihypertensive drugs, although conflicting evidence linking ED with antihypertensive medication exists. The objectives were to determine the prevalence and severity of ED, the type of...
  8. Characterising the diameter distribution of Sal plantations by comparing normal, lognormal and Weibull distributions at Tilagarh Eco-park, Bangladesh

    Characterising the diameter distribution of Sal plantations by comparing normal, lognormal and Weibull distributions at Tilagarh Eco-park, Bangladesh

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    For many years foresters have been using statistical probability density functions to describe and characterise stand structure. Predicting the current and future yields of a stand is essential for successful stand and timber management. Implicit prediction of current yield is...