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Volume 4 / 2000

Issue 1 Table of Contents
pp. 01-09 Cotton Mote Frequency Under Rainfed and Irrigated Conditions
G. H. Davidonis, A. Johnson and J. A. Landivar
pp. 10-18 QTL Analysis of Stomatal Conductance and Relationship to Lint Yield in an Interspecific Cotton
Mauricio Ulloa, Roy G. Cantrell, Richard G. Percy, Eduardo Zeiger and Zhenmin Lu
pp. 19-27 Chemical Application Equipment for Improved Deposition in Cotton
Harold R. Sumner, Gary A. Herzog, Paul E. Sumner, Mike Bader and Ben G. Mullinix
pp. 28-33 Detection of Enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein DNA in Pink Bollworm through Polymerase Chain Reaction
John J. Peloquin and T. A. Miller
pp. 34-64 (Review) Quantitation of Fiber Quality and the Cotton Production-Processing Interface: A Physiologist's Perspective
Judith M. Bradow and Gayle H. Davidonis
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Issue 2 Table of Contents
pp. 65-69 Linkage Analysis of Transgenes Inserted into Cotton via <em>Agrobacterium tumefaciens</em> Transformation
Russell J. Kohel, Jerry E. Quisenberry, Greg Cartwright, and John Yu
pp. 70-78 Costs Associated with Alternative Cotton Stripper-Harvesting Systems in Texas
Jeannie Nelson, Sukant K. Misra, and Alan Brashears
pp. 79-83 Assessing the Effectiveness of Air-assisted and Hydraulic Sprayers in Cotton Via Leaf Bioassay
Harold R. Sumner and Gary A. Herzog
pp. 84-90 Reducing Soil Compaction of Tennessee Valley Soils in Conservation Tillage Systems
Randy L. Raper, D. Wayne Reeves, Eric B. Schwab, and Charles H. Burmester
pp. 91-96 Carbon Dioxide Exchange Rate of Cotton After Complete Boll Removal
Richard Jasoni, Tom Cothren, and Carlos Fernández
pp. 97-104 Cotton Fiber Growth and Development 2. Changes in Cell Diameter and Wall Birefringence
Robert W. Seagull, Vito Oliveri, Kim Murphy, Andrew Binder, and Sushma Kothari
pp. 105-111 Extracting <em>Hoplolaimus columbus</em> from Soil and Roots: Implications for Treatment Comparisons
Richard F. Davis and James P. Noe
pp. 112-123 Size Lubrication Methods for Air-Jet-Spun and Ring-Spun Warp Yarns
Howard L. Thomas Jr. and James M. Zeiba
pp. 124-129 Cutleaf Eveningprimrose Control with Preplant Burndown Herbicide Combinations in Cotton
Dan Reynolds, Steve Crawford, David Jordan
pp. 130-136 (Contemporary Issue) Attributes of Public and Private Cotton Breeding Programs
Daryl T. Bowman
pp. 137-140 (Note) Possible NIRS Screening Tool for Entomological Sugars on Raw Cotton
Donald E. Brushwood and Young J. Han
pp. 141-146 (Note) White Speck Consistently Quantified by Image Analysis
Terri Von Hoven, Patricia Bel-Berger, Ioan Negulescu, and Billie Collier
pp. 147-148 Managing Editor's Report
Anne F. Wrona
pp. 149-151 Letter to <em>Journal of Cotton Science</em> Community from the Steering Committee of the International Cotton Genome Initiative (ICGI)
Curt Brubaker, Roy Cantrell, Marc Giband, Bruce Lyon, Thea Wilkins
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Issue 3 Table of Contents
pp. 152-160 Maturity and Yield Responses of Non-transgenic and Transgenic Bt Cotton to Simulated Bollworm Injury
Jeffrey Gore, B. Roger Leonard, Eugene Burris, Don R. Cook, and J. Hunter Fife
pp. 161-170 Genetic Linkage Map and QTL Analysis of Agronomic and Fiber Quality Traits in an Intraspecific Population
Mauricio Ulloa and William R. Meredith Jr.
pp. 171-177 Soil- and Foliar-Applied Boron in Cotton Production: An Economic Analysis
Roland K. Roberts, Justin M. Gersman, and Donald D. Howard
pp. 178-182 Entrance Velocity Optimization for Modified Dust Cyclones
Paul A. Funk, S. Ed Hughs, Greg A. Holt
pp. 183-192 Feasibility of Applying Seedcotton Cleaning Principles to Lint Cleaning
Gino J. Mangialardi Jr. and W. Stanley Anthony
pp. 193-201 Economical and Rapid Method for Extracting Cotton Genomic DNA
Jinfa Zhang and James McD. Stewart
pp. 202-209 Modification of the Potassium Ferricyanide Reducing Sugar Test for Sugars from Extracts of Cotton Fiber
Donald E. Brushwood
pp. 210-216 Cotton Response to Imazapic and Imazethapyr Applied to a Preceding Peanut Crop
Alan C. York, David L. Jordan, Roger B. Batts, A. Stanley Culpepper
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Issue 4 Table of Contents
pp. 217-223 Expression of Two Tissue-Specific Promoters in Transgenic Cotton Plants
Ping Song, Jeanie L. Heinen, Teresa H. Burns, and Randy D. Allen
pp. 224-231 Reduction of Verticillium Wilt Symptoms in Cotton Following Seed Treatment with <em>Trichoderma virens</em>
Linda E. Hanson
pp. 232-236 Root-Knot Nematode Reproduction and Root Galling Severity on Related Conventional and Transgenic Cotton Cultivars
Patrick D. Colyer, Terrence L. Kirkpatrick, W. David Caldwell, and Philip R. Vernon
pp. 237-244 Buffering of Foliar Potassium and Boron Solutions for No-tillage Cotton Production
D.D. Howard, M.E. Essington, C.O. Gwathmey, and W.M. Percell
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