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Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Notes and text for five lectures on geology. Sir Archibald Geikie placed civilisation, religion and mythology in the context of geological development, looking at geolgical formations and the processes and materials involved in their creation.
Scope and Contents Located in I.A.P.G.R-E.R.S. Staff Papers 1989. Part 2.
Scope and Contents Charm entitled 'Bun Dearg' [Charm of the Red Water] beginning 'An t-eolas a rinn Calum-cille, Us leth chas sa churrachan'. The accompanying note gives vocabulary for plants which have medicinal properties, citing their uses for example 'The splitting of the human hair at the point is called gadmunn. The plant called the gadmunn prevents this hence the name.' Mention is also made of the availability of the plants in Iochdar, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist. The plants are used for ailments in both...
Scope and Contents Located in Roslin Institute Staff Papers 1994. Part 2.
Dates: December 1994
If hens were women...Dr A B Gilbert of the ARC Poultry Research Centre, Edinburgh takes an unconventional look at the pullet's potential, February 1971
Scope and Contents Located in Poultry Research Centre Staff Papers 1971.
Dates: February 1971
Scope and Contents Located in Poultry Research Centre Staff Papers 1958-61.
Dates: 30 January 1960
Scope and Contents Text of lecture looking at geological themes, such as landscape, physical geography, the formation of continents, types of rock and volcanic activity, and relating them to such subjects as the relationship between man and nature, mythology, history and religion.
Localization on pig chromosome 6 of five markers: GPI, APOE, TGFb1, ENO1 and PGD, carried by human chromosomes 1 and 19 using in situ hybrydization, 1991
Scope and Contents Located in I.A.P.G.R-E.R.S. Staff Papers 1991. Part 2.
Scope and Contents Located in Roslin Institute Staff Papers 1993. Part 1.
Scope and Contents Notes and sayings connected to decision-making possibly collected from a Mrs MacDonald [identity and location unspecified] or inspired by a conversation with her recorded as, 'Mrs MacDon[ald] said the caus[es] were mom[ents] of folly. I doubt if were not re[a]s[on] as g[rea]t mo[ments] of folly every day.' He refers to the remark made by Captain Thomas about [the lazine[ss] of people to invest[ing] in his work of the Outer Hebri[de]s'. The quotes which follow relate to the farmer's...