Its key word – resistance - comes from a 1928 review of Vertov's film The
Eleventh Year ( Odinnadtsatyi ) " penned by his ... It is with an eye to presenting
this course as a complex result of various lines of resistance that the second part
of my ...
Author: Jurij Gavrilovič Civʹjan
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Performing Arts
Chronicles the immediate reaction of Vertov's comtemporaries to his movies and manifestos--available now for the first time in English.
The diversity of the lines of resistance taken by the poets discussed in this
volume and the variety of views expressed by the contributors show that the
notion of resistance is not static or fixed as applied to poetry at least. It exceeds
Author: Adrian Grafe
Category: Literary Criticism
Resistance is a key concept for understanding the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, and for approaching the poetry of the period. This collection of 15 critical essays explores how poetry and resistance interact, set against a philosophical, historical and cultural background. In the light of the upheavals of the age, and the changing perception of the nature of language, resistance is seen to lie at the core of poetic preoccupations, moving poetic language forward. From this perspective, the resistance of poetry is connected with the human call to solidarity, resilience, and, ultimately, meaning. The volume covers poetry from Hardy, Yeats and Auden, among others, to contemporary writers like Hugo Williams and Linton Kwesi Johnson.
Looks through the prism of two momentous political issues - Irish Home Rule and the reform of the House of Lords - to describe not the forces for change, but the forces for resistance to change.
Author: Edward Pearce
Category: Great Britain
Looks through the prism of two momentous political issues - Irish Home Rule and the reform of the House of Lords - to describe not the forces for change, but the forces for resistance to change. It is a revisionist history of British politics from 1886 to 1914, drawing on contemporary media.
MATERIALS AND METHODS A. Biological Material A large number of lines of
S.C.W. Leghorn fowl , maintained at the University of California , Berkeley , and
extracted from a production - bred population ( Production flock ) , which served
as a ...
Author: Chareinsuk RojanaridpichedPublish On: 1983
In general , for breeding maize populations resistant to the second - generation
corn borer , a long term recurrent selection for resistance is suitable . A resistant
maize population could be used for extracting an inbred line which is resistant or
Resistance to leaf feeding of the first - generation ECB has been relatively easy
to find . Guthrie and Dicke ( 1972 ) reported on the resistance of 1 , 167 inbred lines of dent corn to leaf feeding by first - generation ECB larvae . Lines were ...
We transferred resistance to biotype D from Elva , a durum relative , to common
wheat . We studied three lines genetically . One line had one gene , later named
Hg , and two lines had 2 linked genes . We have shown the linked genes to be
S S R S R R S S S R S R S R R R S S S R R R + high resistance including types
of reaction 0 and 0 ; R = resistance including types of reaction 1 ... In the cross
Timstein x Thatcher , 5 out of 30 F3 lines classified carried both types of resistance .
Mida RS RSS R RR R + = high resistance including types of reaction 0 and 0 ; R
= resistance including types of reaction 1 and 2 ; S ... In the cross Timstein X
Thatcher , 5 out of 30 F3 lines classified carried both types of resistance . In the
An international journal of agriculture and natural resource sciences.
Sources of resistance to the disease within B . oleracea are insufficient , and
available control means are limited . Therefore , development of breeding lines
with high stable resistance is extremely desirable . Certain lines of B . napus
TABLE 1 - Resistance Values ( a2 ) max . , 10 - 6 ohm ( b ) min . , 10 - ohm
Property 93 . 4 93 . ... From Table 1 data follows the resistance factor , F , for the
above line . ... Still higher line resistance may be found on lines with badly fitted
Author: Donald Thomas Joseph CainePublish On: 1988
Where justified , " R " F2 plants were reclassified as " S " based on their Fz
progeny line reaction . The segregation pattern of Fz lines within families was
also used to evaluate the inheritance of loose smut resistance . In a one gene
system ( 3R ...
Inheritance of Sterility Mosaic Disease in Pigeonpea Out of the 120 lines tested in
the sterility mosaic nursery , three ... The results indicate that the tolerant reaction
was dominant over the resistance of certain lines , while it was recessive to the ...
126 MERCK SHARP & DOMME RESEARCH LABORATORIES _ _ - - í inbred lines of S . C . While wyn PATTERSON , L . T . , JOHNSON , L . W . and EDGAR ,
S . A . : The corparative resistance of several inbred lines of S . C . White
Author: North Carolina Agricultural Experiment StationPublish On: 1948
In 1950 , E. L. Moore and G. B. Lucas tested 32 lines at two locations for black
shank resistance and at one location each for wilt resistance and yield . Eleven of
these lines showed high wilt resistance and moderate to high shank resistance .
Author: North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station
Author: Canadian Society for ImmunologyPublish On: 1980
Although most lines of chickens are infected , demonstrate viremia , and
disseminate the virus , the incidence of lymphoma and death due to the virus
infection varies markedly among breeds ( 33 ) . Earlier experiments had
associated a ...
Author: Canadian Society for Immunology
Publisher: New York : Academic Press
Genetic Control of Natural Resistance to Infection and Malignancy ...
Complementation has been observed in all but one combination which involved
two lines independently selected for their ... Complementation of Resistance
Markers Dominant characters such as traits confering resistance to antibiotics ...
Publisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press
Protoplast isolation and culture; Regeneration of plants; Protoplasts for studies of cell organelles; Protoplast fusion, Plant protoplasts and the cell cycle; Isolated protoplasts as laboratory tools in the study of cell wall deposition; Cytodifferentiation; The use of protoplasts for studies on membrane transport in plants; Protoplasts in virology; Plant protoplasts and genetic variation; Plant mutant isolation via protoplasts; Hybridization by somatic cell fusion; Plant protoplast transformation by Agrobacterium in relation to plant biotechnology.