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Electrospinning nanofiber insert for anterior ocular drug delivery for cataract treatment : A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Lincoln University (Lincoln University, 2023)The eye is a complex visual aid (for human and animals) which gathers visual information from the surrounding physical environment. The more common vision threatening diseases that affect both anterior/posterior segment ...
Responses to drought stress and water logging of 12 diverse pastoral lines in pakihi podzol soil : A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science with Honours at Lincoln University (Lincoln University, 2022)New Zealand's farm systems rely on grazed pasture and fodder crops as the critical feed for livestock. 40% of New Zealand's agricultural land is in pastures which support livestock industries, generating an annual export ...
Māori landscapes (School of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Environment, Society and Design, Lincoln University | Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, 2022-12-12)Globally and across disciplines, a focus on Indigenous knowledge is rapidly evolving. For landscape architecture, this trend is of particular interest, as our discipline works at the intersection of people and land, a rich ...
Management information systems for the horticultural firm (Lincoln College, University College of Agriculture, 1981)The development of micro computers has highlighted the need for accurate information at a property level in order to have suitable input data for planning and decision making. This review reveals limited research in ...
Apple monitoring in Germany & the Netherlands: A whole systems approach to grower education & research (Department of Horticulture, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, 1992)Twenty one Jonagold orchards in three regions of Germany and one in The Netherlands were monitored during the 1989 season for a range of biological, economic and management factors. Most orchards were 8 years old on MIX ...