The analysis of prehistoric stone features has suffered for two separate but related reasons. The first is the lack of stringency in defining the terms attributed to these structures and, second, the perception of a lack of formal attributes exhibited by them. These two factors have made it impossible to...
Farmers and researchers are aware of spatial variation in
grain yield within farms or fields. Fertilizer management may be
improved if techniques can be developed to identify grain yield
variations in wheat fields. Aerial color infrared (CIR)
photography was used to identify winter wheat (Triticum aestivum
L.) canopy biomass variability...
This study examines the self-reported behavior and ideals of a
sample of upper level managers, in relation to conflict management
A survey developed by the author, which measures directive and
participative managerial behavior and ideals, was sent to a randomly
selected sample of 250 female and 250 male...
Dietary cyclopropenoid fatty acids (CPFA) have long
been known to cause pronounced physiological disorders in
both farm and laboratory animals. Past work has shown
CPFA to be a powerful promoter of carcinogenesis in trout,
rats and mice. Sterculic and malvalic acids (CPFA's) are
found in seed lipids of plants from...