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Issue 2 Table of Contents

Pictured in the foreground, just behind the cactus, is the wild, non-cultivated Brazilian species of cotton, <em>Gossypium mustelinum</em> (Miers ex G.Watt), growing in situ along a small river bank habitat in the Brazilian state Bahia (image kindly provided by Dr. Paulo Borroso of EMBRAPA). In this issue, researchers report the development and describe the phenotypes of interspecific F1 hypoaneuploids between <em>G. hirsutum</em> and <em>G. mustelinum</em>.

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Breeding and Genetics
Hypoaneuploid Chromosome Substitution F1 Hybrids of Gossypium hirsutum L. x G. mustelinum Miers ex Watt
Sukumar Saha, Dwaine A. Raska, David M. Stelly, Shivapriya Manchali, and Osman A. Gutiérrez
Pages: 102-114

Pictured in the foreground, just behind the cactus, is the wild, non-cultivated Brazilian species of cotton, Gossypium mustelinum (Miers ex G.Watt), growing in situ along a small river bank habitat in the Brazilian state Bahia (image kindly provided by Dr. Paulo Borroso of EMBRAPA). In this issue, researchers report the development and describe the phenotypes of interspecific F1 hypoaneuploids between G. hirsutum and G. mustelinum.

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Agronomy and Soils
Ability of Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) to Recover From Early Season Nitrogen Deficiency
Emily Rutto, Brian D. Arnall, Jerry L. May, Kay Butchee, and William R. Raun
Pages: 70-79

Agronomy and Soils
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
Pages: 80-88

Agronomy and Soils
The Impact of Variable, Cold Minimum Temperatures on Boll Retention, Boll Growth, and Yield Recovery of Cotton
Stephen J. Yeates, Mike F. Kahl, Andrew J. Dougall, and Warren J. Müller
Pages: 89-101

Breeding and Genetics
Hypoaneuploid Chromosome Substitution F1 Hybrids of Gossypium hirsutum L. x G. mustelinum Miers ex Watt
Sukumar Saha, Dwaine A. Raska, David M. Stelly, Shivapriya Manchali, and Osman A. Gutiérrez
Pages: 102-114

Engineering and Ginning
Upland Fiber Changes Due to Ginning and Lint Cleaning
S. E. Hughs, C. B. Armijo, and J. A. Foulk
Pages: 115-124

Plant Pathology and Nematology
Sequence Characterization of Race 4-like Isolates of Fusarium Oxysporum from Alabama and Mississippi
Rebecca S. Bennett, Tamara Z. Scott, Kathryn S. Lawrence, and Gary W. Lawrence
Pages: 125-130

Weed Science
Evaluation of GlyTol™ and GlyTol™ + LibertyLink® Cotton in the Mid-South
J. Trenton Irby, Darrin M. Dodds, Daniel B. Reynolds, Christopher L. Main, L. Thomas Barber, Kenneth L. Smith, and Alexander M. Stewart
Pages: 131-139

Errata

Genotypic Variations in Physiological Strategies for Attaining Cotton Lint Yield Production
Pettigrew, W.T. and W.R. Meredith, Jr.
J. Cotton Sci. 16(3): 179-189.

An error in the calculation of the canopy extinction coefficients has subsequently been noted by the author in the previously published Table 2 of the 2012 J. of Cotton Science 16:179-189 paper "Genotypic Variations in Physiological Strategies for Attaining Cotton Lint Yield Production" by W.T. Pettigrew and W.R. Meredith, Jr. A minus sign was left off the equation. Therefore, all the negative canopy extinction coefficients listed in Table 2 of that paper should be positive. Fortunately, this error did not alter any of the conclusions drawn from this data. The corrected table can be reached through the following link. In addition, the original paper has been corrected. The authors apologize for any confusion or inconvenience this error may have caused.

Pages: 179-189
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