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  • Genetic and physiological factors affecting thermoregulation and resistance to body cooling in newborn lambs 

    Stott, Alistair w. (The University of Edinburgh, 1983)
    Lamb mortality is a serious source of economic loss to the sheep industry. Surveys have shown that up to 50% of the post-natal losses can be due either directly or indirectly to cold exposure. This thesis examines various ...
  • Flat-foot 

    Kennard, Charles Poole (The University of Edinburgh, 1889)
  • Cytological and genetical studies on Puccinia striiformis westend 

    Wright, Robert Geoffrey (The University of Edinburgh, 1978)
    Cytological and genetical studies were carried out on the possible mechanism(s) involved in the production of new physiologic races of the yellow rust pathogen, Puccinia striiformis. The size and structure of dividing ...
  • Distribution of distributivity in syntax and discourse 

    Nakamura, Takanobu (The University of Edinburgh, 2023-03-29)
    In this thesis, I will explore the semantics of overt distributors and investigate how it interfaces with syntax and discourse. The main claims are as follows. (1) a. Syntax-semantics interface: Denotations of quantifiers ...
  • Dynamics of chiral particles in viscous fluids 

    Palusa, Martina (The University of Edinburgh, 2023-03-29)
    Colloidal suspensions --- micron sized particles in a molecular solvent, typically water --- are found everywhere in nature, e.g. milk, and in artificial materials, e.g. paint. The dynamics of colloidal particles are ...

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