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Exploring the link between more negative osmotic potential and ryegrass summer performance
(New Zealand Grassland Asscoiation, 2018)
This paper outlines recent research studying within-population variation in selected New Zealand perennial ryegrass cultivars, for traits related to tolerance of summer moisture deficit. Two clonal replicates of 220 genotypes ...
An investigation of induction policies for university teachers: (re)valuing staff and cultural diversity
(Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, 2018)
In an increasingly globalised, neo-liberal, Higher Education (HE) sector, emphasis has been placed on responding to the complex needs of international students, even before their enrolment. In New Zealand, this group ...
Fast accurate multi-key weight measurement
(Australian Mathematical Society, 2018-05-27)
We consider an industrial problem brought to the Mathematics in Industry New Zealand study group in 2016, where items pass briefly over load cells resulting in a noisy oscillatory signal, from which the mass of the item ...
Indwelling Catheter Challenge
(Sigma Theta Tau International Honour Society of Nursing, 2018-03-01)
CELL DIVISION AND THE PANTOGRAPH EQUATION
Simple models for size structured cell populations undergoing growth and division producea class of functional ordinary differential equations, called pantograph equations, that describe the longtime asymptotics of the ...
Navigating Differences in Institutions Toward Value Co-Creation
(University of Adelaide, 2018)
Much research has been conducted in the areas of value co-creation and the service encounter. However, there is a dearth of information on how these two areas are experienced by consumers and service providers who have ...
Research methods in psychology
Extending person–job fit: The role of career fit
Does the match between a person’s career aspirations and their current job requirements affect their level of engagement? An engaged workforce is mutually beneficial to both organizations and employees. Engagement contributes ...
The influence of demographic and locational factors on occupants’ perception scores for their buildings
The authors and their collaborators have surveyed the 4,662 occupants of 57 medium sized commercial and institutional buildings around the world. All were surveyed using the BUS Methodology’s standard two-page questionnaire. ...