Michael Duke

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  • Stephen J Hoffman, David I Kaplan, Vi, Roger Arno, Geoff Briggs, Yvonne Clearwater +43 others
  • 1997
NASAA Special Publication 6107 III Foreword Mars has long beckoned to humankind from its travels high in the night sky. The ancients assumed this rust-red wanderer was the god of war and christened it with the name we still use today. Early explorers armed with newly invented telescopes discovered that this planet exhibited seasonal changes in color, was(More)
BACKGROUND Enhancing the upward translocation of heavy metals such as Zn from root to shoot through genetic engineering has potential for biofortification and phytoremediation. This study examined the contribution of the heavy metal-transporting ATPase, AtHMA4, to the shoot ionomic profile of soil-grown plants, and investigated the importance of the(More)
  • Stephen J Hoffman, David I Kaplan, Lyndon B Johnson, Vi, Roger Arno, Geoff Briggs +44 others
  • 1998
III Foreword Mars has long beckoned to humankind from its travels high in the night sky. The ancients assumed this rust-red wanderer was the god of war and christened it with the name we still use today. Early explorers armed with newly invented telescopes discovered that this planet exhibited seasonal changes in color, was subjected to dust storms that(More)
Foreword The United States has always been at the forefront of exploring the planets. U.S. spacecraft have now journeyed near every planet in the solar system but Pluto, the most distant one. Its probes have also landed on the Moon and Mars. Magellan, the most recent of U.S. interplan-etary voyagers, has been returning thought-provoking, high-resolution(More)
Background: Enhancing the upward translocation of heavy metals such as Zn from root to shoot through genetic engineering has potential for biofortification and phytoremediation. This study examined the contribution of the heavy metal-transporting ATPase, AtHMA4, to the shoot ionomic profile of soil-grown plants, and investigated the importance of the(More)
OBJECTIVE This article aims to describe the process of implementation of the 2004 Indigenous Mental Health Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Training By-Laws within Victoria. CONCLUSIONS It is likely that the challenges of ensuring access to this training experience, within the Victorian RANZCP Training Program, have been(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this paper is to document the processes towards ensuring that all psychiatrists in training in Victoria have appropriate Indigenous mental health experience and training. CONCLUSIONS This paper describes the process of implementation of the 2004 Indigenous Mental Health Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this paper is to describe 'The Tofts', a private psychiatric hospital in the reigns of Edward VII and George V. CONCLUSIONS An addendum to the history of psychiatry, in Australia is the conduct or treatment for the mentally ill in private hospitals during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This paper describes one such(More)