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Issue 1 Table of Contents

Tropical spiderwort is an invasive weed that has become a problem for Georgia and Florida cotton growers. Management will require a multi-component approach that includes an herbicide with soil residual activity.

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Weed Science
Tropical Spiderwort (<em>Commelina benghalensis</em> L.) Control and Emergence Patterns in Preemergence Herbicide Systems
Theodore M. Webster, Michael G. Burton, A. Stanley Culpepper, J. Timothy Flanders, Timothy L. Grey, and Alan C. York
Pages: 68-75

Tropical spiderwort is an invasive weed that has become a problem for Georgia and Florida cotton growers. Management will require a multi-component approach that includes an herbicide with soil residual activity.

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Agronomy and Soils
Development and Yields of Cotton under Two Tillage Systems and Nitrogen Application Following White Lupin Grain Crop
Pawel J. Wiatrak, David L. Wright, and Jim J. Marois
Pages: 01-08

Arthropod Management
Cotton (<em>Gossypium hirsutum</em> L.) Yield and Fiber Quality to Insect-simulated and Harvest-aid Premature Defoliation
Jonathan D. Siebert, B. Rogers Leonard, and Alexander M. Stewart
Pages: 09-16

Breeding and Genetics
Stability Comparisons Between Conventional And Near-Isogenic Transgenic Cotton Cultivars
Sterling B. Blanche, Gerald O. Myers, Jimmy Z. Zumba, David Caldwell, and James Hayes
Pages: 17-28

Breeding and Genetics
Predicting Intron Sites by Aligning Cotton ESTs with <em>Arabidopsis</em> Genomic DNA
Pawan Kumar; Andrew H. Paterson; and Peng W. Chee
Pages: 29-38

Engineering and Ginning
Effect of Thermal Defoliation on Cotton Leaf Desiccation, Senescence, Post-harvest Regrowth, and Lint Quality
Allan Showler, Paul Funk, and Carlos Armijo
Pages: 39-45

Engineering and Ginning
Ginning a Cotton with a Fragile Seed Coat
Carlos B. Armijo, Sidney E. Hughs, Marvis N. Gillum, and Edward M. Barnes
Pages: 46-52

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Molecular Analysis of Class III Peroxidases from Cotton
E. Delannoy, P. Marmey, A. Jalloul, H. Etienne, and M. Nicole
Pages: 53-60

Textile Technology
The Influence of Surface Electrolyte and Moisture Content on the Frictional Behavior of Cotton Fiber
Gary R. Gamble
Pages: 61-67

Weed Science
Tropical Spiderwort (<em>Commelina benghalensis</em> L.) Control and Emergence Patterns in Preemergence Herbicide Systems
Theodore M. Webster, Michael G. Burton, A. Stanley Culpepper, J. Timothy Flanders, Timothy L. Grey, and Alan C. York
Pages: 68-75