Articles by Keyword: Relational Processes And Functions

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  1. Processes and Functions in Higher Education Students Adjusting to a New Learning Environment: Applying The Mmogo<sup>tm</sup>-Method

    Processes and Functions in Higher Education Students Adjusting to a New Learning Environment: Applying The Mmogo<sup>tm</sup>-Method

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article explored the processes and functions amongst a community of students who had to adjust to new social and academic settings. Thirteen university students of a predominantly seTswana ethnic background participated in the study (males = 5, females =...
  2. An Evaluation of the Use of “Gentan” Probabilities in Forestry Planning

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    An evaluation of Suzuki's concept of Gentan probabilities is presented. Model fitting is discussed in some detail. It is shown that the Gentan method is suitable only for forests that are at least close to normality.
  3. Are Pine Plantations “Inhospitable Seas” around Remnant Native Habitat within South-western Cape Forestry Areas?

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    Some areas of forestry estates, including unplantable ones, may be zoned and managed for nature conservation. This paper is an analysis of the results of studies of plants, birds and small mammals at Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch, to determine whether pine plantations...
  4. Leaf silicification in grasses — A review

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa
    Silica is absorbed from the soil by many grasses in an active or passive manner depending upon the species involved. It is carried upwards in the transpiration stream and deposited throughout the plant where it polymerizes to form amorphous silica...
  5. Spatial pattern and variability of soils in a granite landscape, north-east of Nelspruit

    Spatial pattern and variability of soils in a granite landscape, north-east of Nelspruit

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Morphological and selected chemical and granulometric properties of eleven soil profiles occurring on five hillslope sites (midslope, upper footslope, mid-footslope, lower footslope and valley bottom) were determined in order to evaluate the spatial pattern and variability of soils in a...
  6. Spatial pattern and variability of soil and hillslope properties in a granitic landscape 1. Pretoriuskop area

    Spatial pattern and variability of soil and hillslope properties in a granitic landscape 1. Pretoriuskop area

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Characteristics of nine hillslope profiles and selected properties of 69 soil profiles were determined in order to evaluate the spatial pattern and variability of soil and hillslope properties in a granitic area near Pretoriuskop, Kruger National Park. A transect design...
  7. Spatial pattern and variability of soil and hillslope properties in a granitic landscape 2. Pretoria—Johannesburg area

    Spatial pattern and variability of soil and hillslope properties in a granitic landscape 2. Pretoria—Johannesburg area

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Using a transect design, a detailed examination was made of nine hillslopes and 64 soil profiles in the granitic area between Johannesburg and Pretoria to assess the spatial pattern and variability of soil and hillslope properties. The land surface was...
  8. Influence of intensive irrigation and cultivation on selected soil properties: Arid southern Namibia

    Influence of intensive irrigation and cultivation on selected soil properties: Arid southern Namibia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    The effect of long-term (25 years) intensive irrigation on selected soil properties of the Hardap Irrigation Scheme was determined by comparing soil profiles in irrigated and adjacent non-irrigated areas. The major differences detected between five soil pairs were rubification of...
  9. DECOMPOSITION IN FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS

    DECOMPOSITION IN FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Limnological Society of Southern Africa
    This review examines the sources and composition of organic matter and the decomposition of particulate and dissolved organic matter (POM and DOM) in freshwater ecosystems. The main points to emerge from the review are listed below.
  10. DECOMPOSITION IN PELAGIC MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

    DECOMPOSITION IN PELAGIC MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Limnological Society of Southern Africa
    During the decomposition of plant detritus, complex microbial successions develop which are dominated in the early stages by a number of distinct bacterial morphotypes. The microheterotrophic community rapidly becomes heterogenous and may include cyanobacteria, fungi, yeasts and bactivorous protozoans.