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  • Policy risk and Stock Market volatility in China 

    Jia, Dekui (Lincoln University, 2019)
    The policy-driven feature of China’s stock market induces a debatable argument that political interference should be responsible for the sharp fluctuations of the stock markets because of discretionary changes in government ...
  • Augmented Reality in design education: Landscape architecture studies as AR experience 

    Kerr, J.; Lawson, Gillian (Wiley on behalf of National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD), 2019-07-17)
    The rapid and ongoing development of digital technologies continues to create new opportunities for education. Over the last decade this has enabled the establishment of blended learning approaches and online education. ...
  • Physiological responses to basic tastes for sensory evaluation of chocolate using biometric techniques 

    Gunaratne, T. M.; Fuentes, S.; Gunaratne, N. M.; Torrico, Damir; Gonzalez Viejo, C.; Dunshea, F. R. (MDPI, 2019-07)
    Facial expressions are in reaction to basic tastes by the response to receptor stimulation. The objective of this study was to assess the autonomic nervous system responses to basic tastes in chocolates and to identify ...
  • Yield benefits of pasture mixtures with species drilled in the same and alternate rows 

    Black, Alistair; Anderson, S.; Dalgety, S. K.; Hassall, C. A.; Myint, T. S.; Vreugdenhil, S. R. (New Zealand Grassland Association, 2018)
    This study investigated the effect of sowing species in alternate drill rows on dry matter (DM) yield of pasture mixtures. Seven mixtures of ‘Base’ perennial ryegrass, ‘Tonic’ plantain and ‘Apex’ white clover (three pure, ...
  • Effect of maternal diet in late gestation on development of dairy calves 

    Moonsan, Yingluck; Thomas, Charissa; Bryant, Racheal H.; Edwards, Grant (New Zealand Society of Animal Production (Inc)Lincoln, NZ, 2018-07-10)
    To investigate whether feeding strategies to reduce urinary N excretion would have negative effects on calf development, two feeding systems were compared. A total of 190 pregnant, Friesian × Jersey dairy cows were randomly ...

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