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  • Live weight gain of ewes and lambs grazing subterranean clover-based pastures 

    Hannah, Chloe (Lincoln University, 2018)
    The performance of four dryland pastures grown at Ashley Dene, Canterbury, was compared over the last two years of the five-year ‘MaxAnnuals’ grazing experiment. The pastures were sown in March 2013 with cocksfoot with sub ...
  • Simple hierarchical and general nonlinear growth modeling in sheep 

    Ghaderi-Zefrehei, M.; Rafeie, F.; Bahreini Behzadi, M. R.; Nazari, S.; Muhaghegh-Dolatabady, M.; Samadian, F.; Maxwell, Thomas M. R.; Amirpour Najafabadi, H. (Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK), 2018-08-09)
    Differential equations and advanced statistical models have been used to predict growth phenomena. In the present study, general nonlinear growth functions such as von Bertalanffy, Gompertz, logistic, and Brody, along with ...
  • Amendment incorporation to increase soil water retention 

    Wallace, Dirk (Lincoln University, 2018)
    This thesis comprises two small core studies and two lysimeter studies, which are aimed at understanding how incorporation of soil amendments at cultivation can increase soil water retention in New Zealand’s shallow stony ...
  • Characterising plant pathogen communities and their environmental drivers at a national scale 

    Makiola, Andreas (Lincoln University, 2018)
    Plant pathogens play a critical role for global food security, conservation of natural ecosystems and future resilience and sustainability of ecosystem services in general. Thus, it is crucial to understand the large-scale ...
  • Monitoring stress and wellness in elite athletes undertaking tertiary study 

    Wilkes, Danielle (Lincoln University, 2018)
    Athletes undertaking full-time sporting commitments alongside full-time tertiary studies (commonly known as sport scholars) are a unique population because of the need to perform to a high level in both sport and academic ...

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