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    • Continuous adaptation through genetic communication: a putative role for cell-free DNA 

      Peters, Dimetrie L.; Pretorius, Piet J. (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
      Introduction: The virtosome fraction of cell-free DNA, being newly synthesised, capable of horizontal gene transfer (HGT) and subsequent genomic incorporation and expression, may play crucial roles in the biological functions ...
    • Evolution of the profession of biokinetics 

      Ellapen, Terry J.; Swanepoel, Mariëtte (Univ Stellenbosch, 2017)
      The profession of Biokinetics has been undergoing significant evolution over the last decades. This paper provides an overview of the history of Biokinetics and the progressive changes to the professional bodies regulating ...
    • Evolution or revolution: where next for impact assessment? 

      Banhalmi-Zakar, Zsuzsa; Pope, Jenny; Gronow, Claire; Wilkinson, Lachlan; Jenkins, Bryan (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
      Impact assessment (IA) has become one of the most prevalent environmental policy instruments today. Its introduction under the National Environmental Policy Act (US) in 1969 was revolutionary. Perhaps it is not surprising, ...