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Introduction
A.M Brynard
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 1984, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v27i1.563
Abstract: Co-operation between University of Pretoria and the National Parks Board of Trustees in many fields of common interest has been forthcoming for many years.
Verslag insake voorlopige ondersoek rakende toestande in die Nasionale Kalahari-Gemsbokpark
A. M. Brynard
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 1958, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v1i1.872
Abstract: 'n Algemene oorsig oor die geologie van die Kalaharistreek. Hoofsaaklik volgens Du Toit (1939).
A supplementary check-list of plants recorded in the Kruger National Park
M.Sc., A. M. Brynard
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 1961, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v4i1.833
Abstract: A supplementary check-list of plants recorded in the Kruger National Park
Geo-Spatial Mapping of the Eastern Bushveld Rustenburg Layered Suite (RLS) in South Africa  [PDF]
O. A. Bamisaiye, P. G. Eriksson, J. L. Van Rooy, H. M. Brynard, S. Foya
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2016.65025
Abstract: This paper focused on the results of the Trend Surface Analysis (TSA) of the Rustenburg Layered Suite (RLS) within the three major limbs of the Bushveld Complex. This second part focused on the Eastern Bushveld Complex and discussed the major trends, geometry and age relationship of the various structures within the Complex. The trend surface analysis of the Eastern Bushveld reveals that most of the residual positive structures occur as isolated closures with dome shape and are consistent with the location of the diapiric structures previously identified by geophysical and field mapping techniques.
Geo-Spatial Mapping of the Northern Bushveld Rustenburg Layered Suite (RLS) in South Africa  [PDF]
O. A. Bamisaiye, P. G. Eriksson, J. L. Van Rooy, H. M. Brynard, S. Foya
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2016.65026
Abstract: The focus of this paper is on determination of the geometry and stratigraphic contact pattern of the Rustenburg Layered Suite (RLS) in the Northern Bushveld Complex area using available borehole data and trend surface analysis technique. This technique was used to analyse over one hundred borehole log data in the Northern Bushveld Complex in order to describe the geometric pattern and trends of the RLS rocks. The results demonstrate the usefulness of this technique in identifying structural features. Regional trends of each of the stratigraphic units reveal the presence of regional structures that were not obvious at the surface. This first part of the paper focused on the Northern Bushveld Complex, while the second and the third part focused on the eastern and western Bushveld limbs respectively.
Veld burning
R. L. Davidson,A. M. Brynard,P. Gillard,G. Lecatsas
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 1961, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v4i1.826
Abstract: Calibration of the belt transect method in Combretum Woodland in the Kruger National Park
Home schooling as an open-learning educational challenge in South Africa
S Brynard
South African Journal of Education , 2007,
Abstract: Despite current legislation which makes provision for collaboration between the public school sector and home schooling, it appears that much can still be done to move towards a closer partnership. Consequently I investigated the possibilities of such a liaison. A literature review on the nature of home schooling in general was conducted as background to a qualitative investigation on the views of parents, educators and other role players of home schooling within the South African context. The findings showed that home schooling was an open learning educational system which provided opportunities to those learners who wished to participate, irrespective of the possible disadvantages. In conclusion it was found that co-operation between the education authorities and home schoolers was in the best interests of the individual's right to learn, and a symbiotic relationship between the two could benefit both of them. South African Journal of Education Vol. 27 (1) 2007: pp. 83-100
The influence of school culture and school climate on violence in schools of the Eastern Cape Province
K Barnes, S Brynard, C de Wet
South African Journal of Education , 2012,
Abstract: This article reports on research undertaken about the influence of school culture and school climate on violence at schools in the Eastern Cape. An adapted California School Climate and Survey – Short Form (CSCSS-SF), which was used as the data-collection instrument, was completed by 900 Grade 10 to 12 learners. With the assistance of Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient, it was found that the better the school culture and school climate are at a school, the lower the levels of school violence. On the other hand, a lack of school safety contributed to learners experiencing higher levels of violence at schools. The results of hierarchy regression analyses indicated that school culture and school climate can be used to explain a significant percentage of variance in school violence. The f 2 values indicate that, with the exception of two aspects of the variance physical and verbal harassment, the results did not have any practical value. The article concludes with a few suggestions on how the results can be used to address school violence.
The influence of school culture and school climate on violence in schools of the Eastern Cape Province
Kalie Barnes,Susette Brynard,Corene de Wet
South African Journal of Education , 2012,
Abstract: This article reports on research undertaken about the influence of school culture and school climate on violence at schools in the Eastern Cape. An adapted California School Climate and Survey - Short Form (CSCSS-SF), which was used as the data-collection instrument, was completed by 900 Grade 10 to 12 learners. With the assistance of Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient, it was found that the better the school culture and school climate are at a school, the lower the levels of school violence. On the other hand, a lack of school safety contributed to learners experiencing higher levels of violence at schools. The results of hierarchy regression analyses indicated that school culture and school climate can be used to explain a significant percentage of variance in school violence. The f2 values indicate that, with the exception of two aspects of the variance physical and verbal harassment, the results did not have any practical value. The article concludes with a few suggestions on how the results can be used to address school violence.
Study on Parasexual Recombination between Pyricularia oryzae and Pyricularia grisea  [PDF]
M. A. Monsur, M. Kusaba
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/as.2018.93023
Abstract: Rice blast fungus is notorious for changeability in pathogenicity, but it lacks sexual life cycle. It can be postulated that such an imperfect fungus has another mechanism for generating genetic variations. Recent studies concerning comparative genomics reveal that parasexual recombination may play important role in the evolution of rice blast fungus. To observe the parasexualism of rice blast (Pyricularia oryzae) and crabgrass blast (Pyricularia grisea) fungus double inoculation and punch method were applied in this experiment. A total of 520 isolates collected from the double inoculated lesions was subjected to PCR-RFLP analysis of the ITS region to identify subcultures of the inoculated rice blast isolates. As a result, four isolates from the three double inoculated lesions with SA13-1ME and TP106 were identified as subcultures of TP106. To access the recombination genotypes, a total of 17 isolates from the three lesions was subjected to MAGGY-DNA fingerprint analysis. However, recombinant DNA fingerprint patterns between TP106 and SA13-1ME were not detected among the 17 isolates. Although TP022 was not recovered from the double inoculated lesions, the fact that TP106 was recovered from the double inoculated lesion indicates that rice blast fungus can invade and colonized in blast lesion on crabgrass. The opportunistic infection on the double inoculated lesions observed in this study potentially provides new insight into the life cycle of rice blast pathogen.
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