Articles by Author: D J Newton

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  1. <em>In Vitro</em> Propagation of <em>Eucalyptus radiata</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    In vitro propagation of Eucalyptus radiata is described. Low rates of in vitro plant multiplication were achieved with most. tested E. radiata clones on Nitsch & Nitsch (1967) medium (NN-67), supplemented with indole butyric acid. (IBA), kinetin (KIN) and 6-benzyl...
  2. ORGANOCHLORINE RESIDUES AND EGGSHELL THINNING IN THE PEREGRINE FALCON <em>FALCO PEREGRINUS MINOR</em> IN ZIMBABWE

    ORGANOCHLORINE RESIDUES AND EGGSHELL THINNING IN THE PEREGRINE FALCON <em>FALCO PEREGRINUS MINOR</em> IN ZIMBABWE

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Hartley, R.R., Newton, I., & Robertson, M. 1995. Organochlorine residues and eggshell thinning in the Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus minor in Zimbabwe. Ostrich 66: 69–73.
  3. Speech and Language Disorders in Kenyan Children: Adapting Tools for Regions with Few Assessment Resources

    Speech and Language Disorders in Kenyan Children: Adapting Tools for Regions with Few Assessment Resources

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study sought to adapt a battery of Western speech and language assessment tools to a rural Kenyan setting. The tool was developed for children whose first language was KiGiryama, a Bantu language. A total of 539 Kenyan children (males=271,...
  4. MORPHOMETRICS AND BREEDING BIOLOGY OF THE WHITECHINNED PETREL <em>PROCELLARIA AEQUINOCTIALIS</em> AT SUB-ANTARCTIC MARION ISLAND

    MORPHOMETRICS AND BREEDING BIOLOGY OF THE WHITECHINNED PETREL <em>PROCELLARIA AEQUINOCTIALIS</em> AT SUB-ANTARCTIC MARION ISLAND

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Berruti, A., Cooper, J. & Newton, I.P. 1995. Morphometrics and breeding biology of the Whitechinned Petrel Procellaria aequinoctialis at sub-Antarctic Marion Island. Ostrich 66: 74–80.