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The chemical composition and structure of the cell walls of Bacillus coagulans NRS no. T2007
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1967)
(1) Bacillus coagulans NRS no. T2007 was grown at 55° and its cell wall chemical composition and structure examined. (2) A glycerol teichoic acid was extracted from the isolated cell walls with 10% trichloroacetic ...
The relationship between the size and shape of the wool follicle papilla and wool growth : with special reference to the effect of thyroxine
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1960)
The wool follicle papilla which invaginates the follicle bulb at its proximal end has been suggested by Rudall (1955) as being the “chief determiner of the characteristics of the fibre produced”. It is variable size and ...
Study of crimp expression and related characters in a New Zealand Romney flock : a thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Science in the University of Canterbury [Lincoln College]
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1969)
A regular and precisely defined staple crimp is an important contributor to the appearance of the fleece (Henderson, 1968). It is also well recognised that young sheep have a fleece that is better than older sheep. In some ...
A study of the importance of cell size in quantitative wool production : A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Science with Honours in the University of Canterbury
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
Sheep differ in their inherent abilities to convert feed protein into wool keratin (Marston, 1948; Ferguson, Carter and Hardy 1949; Clark, Keshary, Coop and Henderson 1965). Animals processing a high efficiency of wool ...