Tom Oskar Martin

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Willow species (Salix) are important as short-rotation biomass crops for bioenergy, which creates a demand for faster genetic improvement and breeding through deployment of molecular marker-assisted selection (MAS). To find markers associated with important adaptive traits, such as growth and phenology, for use in MAS, we genetically dissected the trait(More)
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The first determination of the fatigue behavior of Graphene and Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) as interconnect materials for electronic components on flexible substrates is reported. ITO and Graphene samples were fabricated on Silicon Nitride (Si 3N 4)/Polyethylene Naphthalate (PEN) substrates. The results of the in-depth characterization of Graphene are reported(More)
We present a physical analogy which can be used to understand the issues involved in the Principle of Equivalence in so-called spatial flow theories of gravity, and we discuss the essential kinematic properties of the flow which distinguish its gravitational, non-inertial, and inertial modes. We also point out that the acceleration experienced by a body(More)
An examination of Witkin's construct of field dependency was undertaken with a sample of adolescent twin pairs to determine if the degree of closeness in twin relationships would be reflected in the twins' degree of field dependency. Sixteen pairs of monozygotic (MZ) adolescent male twins and the same number of dizygotic (DZ) same-sexed male twins were(More)
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