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LOGO: Journal of Cotton Science


Volume 11 / 2007

Issue 1 Table of Contents
pp. 01-01 Recognition of Andrew G. Jordan for His Contributions to the Journal of Cotton Science
Patrick D. Colyer
pp. 2-11 Irrigated Cotton Response to Tillage Systems in the Tennessee Valley
Kipling S. Balkcom, Joey N. Shaw, D. Wayne Reeves, Charles H. Burmester, and Larry M. Curtis
pp. 12-19 Cotton Lint Yield and Quality As Affected by Applications of N, P, and K Fertilizers
Kefyalew Girma, Roger K. Teal, Kyle W. Freeman, Randal K. Boman, and William R. Raun
pp. 20-25 Field Evaluation of Nitrophenolate Plant Growth Regulator (Chaperone) for the Effect on Cotton Lint Yield
Josh B. Bynum, J. Tom Cothren, Robert G. Lemon, Dan D. Fromme, and Randal K. Boman
pp. 26-34 Cotton Growth and Yield Response to Nitrogen Applied Through Fresh and Composted Poultry Litter
K.C. Reddy, R. K. Malik, S.S. Reddy, and E.Z. Nyakatawa
pp. 35-39 Alternate Crop Hosts as Resistance Management Refuges for Tobacco Budworm, [[em]]Heliothis virescens[[/em]], (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in North Carolina
Mark R. Abney, Clyde E. Sorenson, and J.R. Bradley Jr.
pp. 40-51 Bacterial Blight Reactions of Sixty-one Upland Cotton Cultivars
Melanie B. Bayles, and Laval M. Verhalen
pp. 52-59 Weed Suppression Potential of Dry Applied Mulches Used in Bedding Plant Applications: Processed Cotton Gin By-products Versus Conventional Wood
Greg A. Holt, Michael D. Buser, R. Daren Harmel, Ken N. Potter, Mathew G. Pelletier, and Sara E. Duke
pp. 60-67 Towards Improved Cell Cycle Synchronization and Chromosome Preparation Methods in Cotton
Randal A. Halfmann, David M. Stelly, and David H. Young
pp. 68-74 Preliminary Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Analysis of Cotton Trash
Angela Allen, Jonn Foulk, and Gary Gamble
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Issue 2 Table of Contents
pp. 75-78 Economic Analysis of Cotton Conservation Tillage Practices in the Mississippi Delta
James Hanks, and Steven W. Martin
pp. 79-90 Screening for Optimal Operating Parameters for the Powered Roll Gin Stand Using Taguchi’s Robust Design
Greg Holt, and Weldon Laird
pp. 91-97 Identification of Factors that Influence Screening for Bacterial Blight Resistance
T. A. Wheeler, U. S. Sagaram, G. L. Schuster, and J. R. Gannaway
pp. 98-103 The Effect of Bale Ageing on Cotton Fiber Chemistry, Processing Performance, and Yarn Quality
Gary R. Gamble
pp. 104-109 Weed Response and Tolerance of Enhanced Glyphosate-Resistant Cotton to Glyphosate
Christopher L. Main, Michael A. Jones, and Edward C. Murdock
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Issue 3 Table of Contents
pp. 110-117 Heat Unit Availability for Cotton Production in the Ogallala Aquifer Region of the United States
A. M. Esparza, P. H. Gowda, R.L. Baumhardt, T. Marek, and T. A. Howell
pp. 118-127 Evaluation of an Exotic Germplasm Population Derived from Multiple Crosses among Gossypium Tetraploid Species
Linghe Zeng, William R. Meredith, Deborah L. Boykin, and Earl Taliercio
pp. 128-140 Survey of Seed-cotton and Lint Cleaning Equipment in U.S. Roller Gins
D.P. Whitelock, C.B. Armijo, G.R. Gamble, and S.E. Hughs
pp. 141-153 Cotton Textile Processing: Waste Generation and Effluent Treatment
B. Ramesh Babu, A.K. Parande, S. Raghu, and T. Prem Kumar
pp. 154-158 Using the Reactive Dye Method to Covalently Attach Antibacterial Compounds to Cotton
D. T. W. Chun, and G.R. Gamble
pp. 159-167 Pilot Study to Examine the Relationship between AFIS Fiber Properties and White Speck Occurrence
P.Z. Altintas, J. L Simonton, and M. G. Beruvides
pp. 168-176 Flue-cured Tobacco and Peanut Response to Diuron, Fluometuron, and Prometryn Applied to a Preceding Cotton Crop
Loren R. Fisher, Alan. C. York, and David L. Jordan
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Issue 4 Table of Contents
pp. 177-185 Narrow-row Cotton Response to Mepiquat Chloride
David G. Wilson Jr., Alan C. York, and Keith L. Edmisten
pp. 186-198 Species Of Thrips Associated With Cotton Flowers
D. Mailhot, J. Marois, and D. Wright
pp. 199-207 Heliothine Larval Behavior on Transgenic Cotton Expressing a [[em]]Bacillus thuringiensis[[/em]] Insecticidal Exotoxin, Vip3A
P.L. Bommireddy, B.R. Leonard, and K. Emfinger
pp. 208-241 Identification of 700 New Microsatellite Loci from Cotton ([[em]]G. hirsutum[[/em]] L.)
S.M. Hoffman, J.Z. Yu, D.S. Grum, J. Xiao, R.J. Kohel and A.E. Pepper
pp. 242-251 Variation in Marginal Bract Trichome Density in Upland Cotton
F. M. Bourland and J. M. Hornbeck
pp. 252-258 Visual Ratings and Relationships of Trichomes on Bracts, Leaves, and Stems of Upland Cotton
J.M. Hornbeck and F. M. Bourland
pp. 259-265 An Assessment by U.S. Cotton Growers and Other Cotton Experts of Important Innovations in Cotton Production in the Last Decade (1996-2006)
M. C. Marra and S. W. Martin
pp. 266-274 Ectopic Expression of [[em]]AtNHX1[[/em]] in Cotton ([[em]]Gossypium hirsutum[[/em]] L.) Increases Proline Content and Enhances Photosynthesis under Salt Stress Conditions
Cixin He, G. Shen, V. Pasapula, J. Luo, S. Venkataramani, X. Qiu, S. Kuppu, D. Kornyeyev,
pp. 275-287 Delayed Maturity and Associated Yield Loss in Cotton Infected by the Columbia Lance ([[em]]Hoplolaimus columbus[[/em]] Sher) Nematode
C. R. Bond and J. D. Mueller
pp. 288-292 Response of Cotton Cultivars to Two Brazilian Populations of [[em]]Pratylenchus brachyurus[[/em]] (Godfrey) Filipjev & Sch. Stekh.
Andressa C. Z. Machado, Luiz Carlos C. B. Ferraz, and Mário M. Inomoto
pp. 293-299 Measuring White Specks in Dyed Cotton Fabrics Using the Optimas Imaging System
P. Bel and T. Von Hoven
Patrick D. Colyer, Editor-in-Chief
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