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COTTON PHYSIOLOGY

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COMPLETE BOOK (32,258KB)

 

THE COTTON FOUNDATION

ii

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

iii

COPYRIGHT

vi

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ix

FOREWORD

xxi

PREFACE

xxiii

CONTRIBUTORS

xxv

Chapter 1
(359KB)

Ecological Adaptations of Gossypium Species  Paul A. Fryxell

1

Section I

Development of the Plant

9

Chapter 2
(1,092KB)

Vegetative Growth and Development of Fruiting Sites  Jack R. Mauney

11

Chapter 3
(592KB)

Growth of Roots  B.L McMichael

29

Chapter 4
(506KB)

Influence of Atmospheric Parameters on Growth and Development  Meryl N. Christiansen

39

Chapter 5
(470KB)

Temperature Effects on Growth, Development, and Fiber Properties  Jack R. Gipson

47

Chapter 6
(274KB)

Effects of High Temperature and Controlled Fruiting on Cotton Yield  Carl F. Ehlig

57

Chapter 7
(438KB)

Water Deficits and Reproduction  Wayne R. Jordan

63

Chapter 8
(237KB)

Source-Sink Relations as Affected by Water Stress During Boll Development  Daniel R. Krieg and J.F.M. Sung

73

Chapter 9
(492KB)

Effects of Nutrient Elements on Fruiting Efficiency  Howard E. Joham

79

Chapter 10
(656KB)

The Nitrogen Stress Syndrome  John W. Radin and Jack R. Mauney

91

Chapter 11
(279KB)

Salinity and Fruiting  James L. Fowler

107

Chapter 12
(1,037KB)

Hormonal Relations During Reproduction  Gene Guinn

113

Chapter 13
(335KB)

Use of Plant Growth Regulators for Crop Modification  George W. Cathey and Robert O. Thomas

137

Chapter 14
(697KB)

Physiology of Defoliation in Cotton Production  George W. Cathey

143

Section II

Photosynthate Production & Distribution

155

Chapter 15
(1,109KB)

The Biochemistry of Photosynthesis  Richard G. Jensen

157

Chapter 16
(370KB)

Carbohydrate Production and Distribution in Cotton Canopies  Jack R. Mauney

183

Chapter 17
(1,236KB)

Photosynthesis, Dry Matter Production and Growth in CO2-Enriched Atmospheres  Donald T. Krizek

193

Chapter 18
(709KB)

Feedback Control and Stress Effects on Photosynthesis  Daniel R. Krieg

227

Chapter 19
(543KB)

A Conceptual Model of Stress Effects  Donald N. Baker and Basil Acock

245

Section III

Boll Development

259

Chapter 20
(1,498KB)

Integrated Events in the Flower and Fruit  James McD. Stewart

261

Chapter 21
(324KB)

Mineral Compartmentation Within the Boll  Harry R. Leffler

301

Chapter 22
(500KB)

Carbohydrate Distribution in Bolls  A. Michael Schubert, C.R. Benedict, and Russell J. Kohel

311

Chapter 23
(1,053KB)

Lint Development  Edmond A.L. DeLanghe

325

Chapter 24
(458KB)

Stress Influences on Fiber Development  Harmon H. Ramey, Jr.

351

Chapter 25
(587KB)

Hormonal Influences on Fiber Development  K. Kosmidou-Dimitropoulou

361

Chapter 26
(5,817KB)

The Outer Epidermis of the Cottonseed  Jerry D. Berlin

375

Chapter 27
(363KB)

Chemistry and Biology of the Cottonseed Globulins  Julius W. Dieckert, Robert W. Wallace, and Marilyne C. Dieckert

415

Chapter 28
(850KB)

Differential Gene Activity in Cotton Embryogenesis  Glenn A. Galau

425

Chapter 29
(931KB)

Synthesis and Compartmentation of Enzymes During Cottonseed Maturation  Richard N. Trealease, Jan A. Miernyk, John S. Choinski, Jr., and Stephen J. Bortman

441

Section IV

Seed and Germination

463

Chapter 30
(456KB)

Developmental Aspects of Planting Seed Quality  Harry R. Leffler

465

Chapter 31
(342KB)

Weathering: Changes in Planting Seed Quality Between Ripening and Harvest  John M. Halloin

475

Chapter 32
(1,316KB)

Harvest and Post-Harvest Factors Affecting the Quality of Cotton Planting Seed and Seed Quality Evaluation  James C. Delouche

483

Chapter 33
(699KB)

Techniques to Evaluate Planting Seed Quality  Charles C. Baskin, Norman W. Hopper, Gordon R. Tupper, and Otto R. Kunze

519

Chapter 34
(381KB)

Germination and Stand Establishment  Meryl N. Christiansen and Randy A. Rowland

535

Chapter 35
(334KB)

Seed Quality and Stand Establishment  Luther S. Bird

543

Chapter 36
(257KB)

Field Environment and Stand Establishment  Donald F. Wanjura

551

Section V

Special Topics

555

Chapter 37
(1,334KB)

Food and Feeding Quality of Cottonseed  John P. Cherry, Russell J. Kohel, Lynn A. Jones, and William H. Powell

557

Chapter 38
(1,015KB)

Physiology of Secondary Products  Alois A. Bell

597

Chapter 39
(440KB)

Organ and Tissue Culture of Cotton  James McD. Stewart

623

Chapter 40
(307KB)

The Interface Between Plant Physiology and Genetics  Jerry E. Quisenberry

633

References
(4,089KB)

 

643

Index
(639KB)

 

769

 

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