Sifting to Heaven - C.T. Fox
If you lived in the most productive periods of Revelation and had to give your own lives to rescue another, to fight the heavenly battle on this Earth, what would you do? That is the election Senar Baines and a few others were facing.
Her fate is in her belief and they learnt that their lives also had a meaning, although they will be dying in all this mess and mess, their soul will not and each of their death will promote the will of God. Like John the Baptist, they will encounter a Lady (Anyia) who prepared the way for the Godhead in the first few weeks of Revelation.
As he is chased by devils, space extraterrestrials, man-made crossroads and Satan himself, Senar finds that belief is everything and to be cautious because one could entertain an angelic. On this seven days trip, God is bringing these seven men together to be his fighters; not only to defeat the animal man has made, but also to defeat the alien who tries to keep us like animals; crosses, hybrids of humans, daemons and Satan himself, but through them all the humans selected by God to struggle at the side of Anyia became so full of belief that they do not stagger.
All of them recognized their purposes and saw how God's armies of gems are saving the world not only from Satan and the other unknowns in our universes, but even from ourselves. The Seven Days to Heaven will test your spirit, your mind and your beliefs.
Ratio of carbon isotope discrimination to water use efficiency and productivity of barley under field and greenhouse conditions - Anyia - 2007 - Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science
The purpose of this trial was to assess the implementation of CID as a screening criteria for the improvement of WUE and Hordeum vulgare L yields under stress and drought stress related factors in a glasshouse. Overall, these results show the use of CID sheet as a dependable tool for high WUE and productive selectivity in Canadian Priceware Barley programs.
Currently, further work is in progress to establish the heredity/genetics of CID sheet and to apply marker-assisted marker selectivity for characteristics in malt-cultivation programs. Bei Beibei Zhang, Hui Zhang, He Wang, Peng Wang, Yuexuan Wu and Miaomiao Wang, Effect of phosphorus additives and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on growth, physiology and phosphorus uptake of wheat under two water regimes, communication in soil science and plant analysis, (1), (2018).
Kingsley Kwabena Ayisi, Bram Vandewalle, Geert Haesaert und Pascal Boeckx, Carbon Isotope Discrimination as a Surrogate of Grain Yield in Drought Stressed Toiticale, Climate Change Adaptation in Africa, 10. 1007/978-3-3-3-319-49520-0_37, (603-615), (2017), (2017). LAWRENCY MUNJONJI, KINGSLEY K. AYISI, BRAM VANDEWALL, GERTHEBERT AND PASCAL BOECKX, combination of carbon-13 and oxygen-18 to untangle the TITRIALE OUTPUT and the PHYSICAL REACTION TO HYDROSESSION, Field Crops Research, 195, (36), (2016).
Vegetable drought tolerance, Volume 1, 10. 1007/978-3-3-3-319-28899-4_14, (331-348), (2016). Shujun Xu, Paul J. Cambre and William J. Davies, Zhenhua Wei, Taisheng Du, Juan Zhang, Carbon Istotope Discription shows a higher utilization efficiencies under alternating watering of tomatoes in fields, Agricultural Hydraulic Management, 165, (33), (2016).
Bei Beibei Zhang, Scott X. Chang and Anthony O. Anyia, mycorrhiza vaccination and nitric fertilisation influence the biology and plant and soil plant and soil plant and soil regime (398, 1-2, (47), (2016). E. Heaton, Amy Bogaard et David Caramelli, Stable Carbon Isotope Development for Neolithic and Bronze Age Crop Management in the Eastern Mediterranean and Southwest Asia, PLOS ONE, 10, 6, (e0127085), (2015), (PLOS ONE, 10, 6, (e0127085), (2015).
E. Kissel, P. van Asten, R. Swennen, J. Lorenzen and S.C. Carpentier, transpiration efficiencies versus growth: H. El Aou-Ouad, I. Florez-Sarasa, M. Ribas-Carbó, J. Flexas, H. Medrano and J. Gulías, trade-offs between nurslings growing, botanical breathing and efficient utilization of waters in two Mediterranean bushes Rhamnus elaternus and Rhamnus ludovici-salvatoris, photosynthetics, 53, 4, (537), (2015).
Vadez Vincent, Kholova Jana, Medina Susan, Kakkera Aparna and Anderberg Hanna, Transpiration Efficiency: New Insight into an Ancient History, Journal of Experimental Botany, 65, 21, (6141), (2014). Physiologic characterisation of inbreeding line recombinants of barsley with conflicting concentrations of C isotopes, Plant and Soil, 369, 1-2, (335), (2013).
M. Wallace, G. Jones, M. Charles, R. Fraser, P. Halstead, T.H.E. Heaton and A. Braogaard, Stabile Kohlenstoffisotopenanalyse als direktes Mittel zur Ableleitung des Wasserzustands und der Wasserbewirtschaftungspraxis, Weltarchäologie, 45, 3, (388), (2013). and Xiao-ying LIU, to improve the efficiency of wheat varieties in the northern Chinese plain:
Verification and analysis, Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 12, 7, (1243), (2013). B. B. B. Zhang, W. Z. Liu, S. X. Chang and A. O. Anyia, phosphorus fertilization and fungal infections influenced the physiology, phosphorus uptake and growth of spring wheat under rain conditions on the Prairies of Canada, Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 199, 2, (85-93), (2012).
Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 125, 1, (71), (2012). Jing Chen, Scott X. Chang and Anthony O. Anyia, Quantitative loit traci for water-use efficiencies in barley (Hordeum volgare L.) were determined by rainy climate charot isotope discrimination on the Canada Prairies, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 125, 1, (71), (2012). TOMÁS, H. MEDRANO, A. POU, J.M. ESCALONA, S. MARTORELL, M. RIBAS-CARBÓ and J. FLEXAS, Effectiveness of the use of waters in grape varieties under managed conditions: Impact of aquatic stresses at the foliar and plant levels, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 18, 2, (164-172), (2012).
J. Chen, S. X. Chang und A. O. Anyia, The Physiology and Stability of Leaf Carbon Isotope Discrimination as a Measure of Water-Use Efficiency in Barley on the Canadian Prairies, Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 197, 1, 1, (1-11), (2011). Datasheets by M. J. Devi, P. Bhatnagar-Mathur, K. K. Sharma, R. Serraj, S. Y. Anwar and V. Vadez, Relationships between transpiration efficiency and its replacement properties in the rd29A:DREB1A Transgenic Lines of Groundnut, Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 197, 4, (272-283), (2011).
Cumbie W P, A Eckert, J Wegrzyn, R Whetten, D Neale and B Goldfarb, Association Genetik der Kohlenstoff-Isotopen-Diskriminierung, Höhe und Blattstickstoff in einer natürlichen Bevölkerung von Pinus taeda L, Heredity, 107, 2, (105), (2011). ANTHONY O. ANYIA, Gene detection in grain through quantitatively determined trace lyes and water use efficiencies based on water utilisation performance determined by CO2 isotopism, Plant, Cell & Environment, 34, 12, (2009-2023), (2011).
Oleaginous barley: a resistant plant? B. Jurczyk, A. Adamska et M. Wójcik, Different Patterns of Physiological and Molecular Response to Drought in Seedlings of Malt- and Feed-type Barleys (Hordeum vulgare), Journal of Agronomy and Crops Science, 196, 1, (9-19), (2009). brargaret m. barbour, charles r. warren, graham d. farquhar, guy forester and hamish brown, mesh conductivity variation between mildew types and effect on perspiration efficacy and differentiation of carbons isotopes, plant, cell & environment, 33, 7, (1176-1185), (2010).
At Zhang, Wenzhao Liu, Scott X. Chang and Anthony O. Anyia, lack of rain and high temperatures influenced the use of irrigation efficiencies and Arabinoxylane concentrations in vernal grain, Journal of Cereal Science, 52, 2, (263), (2010). N. H. Samarah, A. M. Alqudah, J. A. A. Amayreh und G. M. McAndrews, The Effect of Late-terminal Drought Stressing on Yield Components of Four Barley Cultivars, Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 195, 6, (427), (2009), (2009).
Taisheng Du, Ningbo Cui, Shaozhong Kang, Fusheng Li, Xiaotao Hu, Mixia Wang and Zhijun Li, Link between Stabile CO2 Iso-Tope System Injury and Efficient Use of Waters Under Regular Deficiency Watering of Birch Juiube Trees, Agricultural Hydraulic Engineering, 96, 11, (1615), (2009). F. Szira, A. F. Bálint, A. Börner and G. Galiba, Evaluating drought-related characteristics and screening methods in different stages of development of spring barley, Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 194, 5, (334-342), (2008).