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  • Hayward, Matt W.; Jachowski, David S.; Bugir, Cassandra K.; Clulow, John; Krishnamurthy, Ramesh; Griffin, Andrea S.; Chalmers, Anita C.; Linnell, John D.C.; Montgomery, Robert A.; Somers, Michael J.; Kowalczyk, Rafal; Heurich, Marco; Caravaggi, Anthony; Marnewick, Kelly A.; Di Blanco, Yamil Edgardo; Shuttleworth, Craig M.; Callen, Alex; Weise, Florian Johannes; Scanlon, Robert J.; Moehrenschlager, Axel; Howell, Lachlan G.; Upton, Rose M.O. (Elsevier, 2019-08)
    We agree wholeheartedly with Derham et al. that the term rewilding requires explicit explanation, and that the refinement of new terms is fundamental to scientific advancement – hence our determined, but ultimately ...
  • Patin, Remi; Fortin, Daniel; Sueur, Cedric; Chamaillé-Jammes, Simon (University of Chicago Press, 2019-01)
    Dilution of predation risk within groups allows individuals to be less vigilant and forage more while still facing lower risk than if they were alone. How group size influences vigilance when individuals can also adjust ...
  • Mayaba, Nokhanyo Nomakhwezi; Ralarala, Monwabisi K.; Angu, Pineteh (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Faculty of Education, 2018-04)
    In the past two years, higher education institutions (HEI) have been inundated with students' demands for a decolonised education. Their voice led to the resuscitation of debates on a transformed curriculum. Amongst others, ...
  • Guillebaud, Julia; Bernardson, Barivola; Randriambolamanantsoa, Tsiry Hasina; Randrianasolo, Laurence; Randriamampionona, Jane Lea; Marino, Cesare Augusto; Rasolofo, Voahangy; Randrianarivelojosia, Milijaona; Vigan-Womas, Ines; Stivaktas, Voul; Venter, Marietjie; Piola, Patrice; Heraud, Jean-Michel (Public Library of Science, 2018-07-16)
    BACKGROUND : The increasing use of malaria diagnostic tests reveals a growing proportion of patients with fever but no malaria. Clinicians and health care workers in low-income countries have few tests to diagnose ...
  • Fourie, Ina; Maungwa, Tumelo; Anderson, Theresa Dirndorfer (University of Borås, 2018-12-09)
    INTRODUCTION : The paper reports on the subject domain expertise of the ISIC2018 international programme committee (i.e., reviewers) to assess how the reviewer expertise reflects information behaviour research, related ...
  • Ede, Chikwendu J; Nikolova, Dimitrinka; Brand, Martin (Wiley, 2018-08)
    BACKGROUND: Hepatosplenic schistosomiasis is an important cause of variceal bleeding in low-income countries. Randomised clinical trials have evaluated the outcomes of two categories of surgical interventions, shunts and ...
  • Olawode, Emmanuel O; Tandlich, Roman; Prinsloo, Earl; Isaacs, Michelle; Hoppe, Heinrich C.; Seldon, Ronnett; Warner, Digby F.; Steenkamp, Vanessa; Kaye, Perry T (ARKAT, 2018-09-09)
    A three-step synthesis, involving condensation of bromomethyl aryl ketones with urea to afford 2- aminothiazoles, their chloroacetylation and subsequent solvent-free Arbuzov phosphonation has afforded a series of novel ...
  • Weber, Angelika (University of Stellenbosch, Education Faculty, Department of Curriculum Studies, 2018)
    Learning a language’s grammar is frequently experienced as a complicated, abstract and often boring process. To alleviate this situation, scholars like Harald Weinrich advocate the use of literature in grammar teaching and ...