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Issue 3 Table of Contents

Cover page shows the Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) of ribosomal DNA sequences on cotton mitotic metaphase chromosomes. In this issue, researchers report the development of an improved method of mitotic metaphase chromosome preparation compatible for molecular cytogenetic analysis in cotton.

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Breeding and Genetics
Development of an Improved Method of Mitotic Metaphase Chromosome Preparation Compatible for Fluorescence in situ Hybridization in Cotton
Ryan J. Andres, and Vasu Kuraparthy
Pages: 149-156

Cover page shows the Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) of ribosomal DNA sequences on cotton mitotic metaphase chromosomes. In this issue, researchers report the development of an improved method of mitotic metaphase chromosome preparation compatible for molecular cytogenetic analysis in cotton.

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Agronomy and Soils
Investigation of Physiological Growth, Fiber Quality, Yield, and Yield Stability of Upland Cotton Varieties in Differing Environments
Matthew S. Wiggins, Brian G. Leib, Thomas C. Mueller, and Christopher L. Main
Pages: 140-148

Breeding and Genetics
Development of an Improved Method of Mitotic Metaphase Chromosome Preparation Compatible for Fluorescence in situ Hybridization in Cotton
Ryan J. Andres, and Vasu Kuraparthy
Pages: 149-156

Breeding and Genetics
Gains in Breeding Upland Cotton for Fiber Quality
Vasu Kuraparthy, and Daryl T. Bowman
Pages: 157-162

Breeding and Genetics
Inheritance and Transfer of Thrips Resistance from Pima Cotton to Upland Cotton
Jinfa Zhang, Hui Fang, Huiping Zhou, S. E. Hughs, and Don C. Jones
Pages: 163-169

Economics and Marketing
Panel Data Analysis of U.S. Cotton Yields for 2002-2011
Archie Flanders
Pages: 170-173

Engineering and Ginning
Changes in Cotton Gin Energy Consumption Apportioned by 10 Functions
Paul A. Funk, Robert G. Hardin IV, S. Ed Hughs, and J. Clif Boykin
Pages: 174-183

Molecular Biology and Physiology
18S and ITS1 Genomic Sequence Variations in Rotylenchulus reniformis Isolates from Alabama
Seloame T. Nyaku, Ramesh V. Kantety, Yonathan Tilahun, Kathy S. Lawrence, Khairy M. Soliman, Ernst Cebert, and Govind C. Sharma
Pages: 184-194

Textile Technology
Feasibility of Visible and Near Infrared Spectroscopy in the Determination of Cotton Trash Components
Yongliang Liu, and Devron Thibodeaux
Pages: 195-201

Textile Technology
Portable Color Spectrophotometer Measurements of Cotton Color in Remote Locations
James Rodgers, Gustave Schild, Xiaoliang Cui, and Christopher Delhom
Pages: 202-211

Weed Science
Weed Response to 2,4-D, 2,4-DB, and Dicamba Applied Alone or with Glufosinate
Rand M. Merchant, Lynn M. Sosnoskie, A. Stanley Culpepper, Lawrence E. Steckel, Alan C. York, L. Bo Braxton, and Jill C. Ford
Pages: 212-218

Weed Science
Evaluation of WideStrike® Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) Injury from Early Season Herbicide and Insecticide Tank Mixes
Scott D. Stewart, Lawrence E. Steckel, and Sandy Steckel
Pages: 219-226

Weed Science
Cotton Yield Loss Potential in Response to Length of Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) Interference
A. W. MacRae, T. M. Webster, L. M. Sosnoskie, A. S. Culpepper, and J. M. Kichler
Pages: 227-232

Agronomy and Soils
NOTE
Growth and Physiological Responses of Five Cotton Genotypes to Sodium Chloride and Sodium Sulfate Saline Water Irrigation
Genhua Niu, Denise Rodriguez, Jane Dever, and Jinfa Zhang
Pages: 233-244

Errata

A Scan Level Cotton Carbon Life Cycle Assessment: Has Bio-Tech Reduced the Carbon Emissions from Cotton Production in the USA?
L. Lanier Nalley, Diana M. Danforth, Zara Niederman, and Tina Gray Teague
J. Cotton Sci. 17(2): 80-88

Pages: 80-88
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