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  • G Namkoong
  • 1985
In breeding for multiple trait value functions, the existence of genotype-by-environment interaction effects can vastly complicate the designation of optimum sets of genotype-environment pairings into Target Populations of Environments. In this paper it is shown that even in the absence of any changes in genotypic ranking over environments on a(More)
A theory for determining optimum planting and breeding zones is described. The theory is based on a model consisting of Gaussian response functions for traits that vary in a gradient for a single environmental variable. Environments are assumed to be normally distributed with known mean and variance. Methods are presented for determining parameters of(More)
Improving the efficiency of organic solar cells (OSCs), which are far less efficient than inorganic semiconductor solar cells, is of paramount importance to the field of polymer photovoltaics. Current state-of-the-art bulk heterojunction (BHJ) OSCs utilize a homogeneous blend of the semiconducting polymer poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) and the fullerene(More)
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