Articles by Author: Mariana P Marques

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  1. Review of the leaf-litter skinks (Scincidae: <em>Panaspis</em>) from the Gulf of Guinea Oceanic Islands, with the description of a new species

    Review of the leaf-litter skinks (Scincidae: <em>Panaspis</em>) from the Gulf of Guinea Oceanic Islands, with the description of a new species

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Herpetology
    Leaf-litter skinks of the genus Panaspis are currently represented in the oceanic islands of the Gulf of Guinea by two species, Panaspis africana and P. annobonensis. Here we describe a third species, Panaspis thomensis sp. nov., endemic to São Tomé...
  2. Rapid vegetative propagation of pineapples by crown sectioning

    Rapid vegetative propagation of pineapples by crown sectioning

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Pineapples can be rapidly multiplied and propagated by means of crown sections in a peatmoss and vermiculite mixture (2:1). Each section can produce a new plantlet within 65 days and the development of dormant buds may be promoted by the...
  3. Taal en sedes: die nasionalistiese en religieus-morele waardes onderliggend aan taalpurisme

    Taal en sedes: die nasionalistiese en religieus-morele waardes onderliggend aan taalpurisme

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    In hierdie bespreking word daar, spesifiek met verwysing na die eietydse Afrikaanse geval, geargumenteer dat nasionalistiese waardes, soms verbind met religieus-morele waardes, die basis van taalpurisme (kan) vorm. Die formule uit die Duitse Romantiek wat etnies-kultureel-linguistiese nasionalisme onderlê, naamlik taal...
  4. Taal en identiteitskrisis, en die alternatiewe Afrikaanse musiekbeweging

    Taal en identiteitskrisis, en die alternatiewe Afrikaanse musiekbeweging

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Op die basis van 'n vergelyking met die alternatiewe Afrikaanse beweging wat ongeveer dieselfde tyd in onderwyskringe ontstaan het, word die alternatiewe Afrikaanse musiekbeweging van die laat tagtigerjare in hierdie artikel vanuit 'n sosiolinguistiese perspektief beskryf. Die argument is dat...
  5. HIV/AIDS patient satisfaction with a food assistance programme in Sofala province, Mozambique

    HIV/AIDS patient satisfaction with a food assistance programme in Sofala province, Mozambique

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    Food insecurity is one of the main factors affecting access and adherence to antiretroviral treatment (ART) in middle- and low-income countries. To mitigate this problem, food assistance interventions are being integrated in ART programmes. As evidence of effectiveness of these...
  6. First records in Guinea Bissau of Adamawa Turtle Dove <em>Streptopelia hypopyrrha</em> (Columbidae), with data on m

    First records in Guinea Bissau of Adamawa Turtle Dove <em>Streptopelia hypopyrrha</em> (Columbidae), with data on m

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    There are no confirmed records of the Adamawa Turtle Dove Streptopelia hypopyrrha in north-eastern Guinea Bissau and there is very little information available on the biology of the species. Eight individuals of the Adamawa Turtle Dove were identified from the...
  7. Spatio-temporal patterns of coral recruitment at Vamizi Island, Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique

    Spatio-temporal patterns of coral recruitment at Vamizi Island, Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    Spatial and temporal patterns of recruitment of reef corals were assessed for the first time in Mozambique by deploying settlement plates at various spatio-temporal scales between October 2012 and October 2013. The abundance of juvenile corals (5−50 mm in diameter) was...
  8. “But … we are Africans!”: Family life cycle structuring and functioning in southern Angola

    “But … we are Africans!”: Family life cycle structuring and functioning in southern Angola

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study sought to explore and describe family life structuring and functioning in a southern Angolan setting. Informants were 20 people with an intimate knowledge of southern Angolan culture (females = 9, 45%; age range 26-88 years) and all employees...