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LOGO: Journal of Cotton Science


Volume 22 / 2018

Issue 1 Table of Contents
pp. 01-11 Characterizing Primitive Cotton Acccessions ([[em]]Gossypium[[/em]] spp.) Collected in Burkina Faso to Identify Potential Sources for Fiber Quality Enhancement in West African Cultivars
Larbouga Bourgou, Bazoumana Koulibaly, Omer S. Hema, Mahamadou Sawadogo, Denys Sanfo, Hubert S.E. Bamba, Carol Kelly, and Jane K. Dever
pp. 12-23 History of Cotton Fiber Bioscience Research at USDA-ARS Southern Regional Research Center
David D. Fang, and Hee Jin Kim
pp. 24-35 History and Current Research in the USDA-ARS Cotton Breeding Program at Stoneville, MS
Linghe Zeng, Salliana R. Stetina, John E. Erpelding, Efrem Bechere, Rick B. Turley, and Jodi Scheffler
pp. 36-46 [[font color="ff0000"]]COTTON GINNERS HANDBOOK[[/font]][[BR]]Effects of Gin Machinery on Cotton Quality
Robert G. Hardin IV, Edward M. Barnes, Thomas D. Valco, Vikki B. Martin, and David M. Clapp
pp. 47-59 [[font color="ff0000"]]COTTON GINNERS HANDBOOK[[/font]][[BR]]Cottonseed Air-Handling and Storage Requirements
Harrison Ashley, Joe Thomas, Greg Holt, Thomas Valco
pp. 60-74 Seed-Fiber Ratio, Seed Index, And Seed Tissue and Compositional Properties Of Current Cotton Cultivars
Michael K. Dowd, Scott M. Pelitire, and Christopher D. Delhom
pp. 75-85 Agronomic Performance and Crop Composition of Genetically Engineered Cotton Tolerant to HPPD Inhibiting Herbicides
John Gottula, Kelly Chapman, Yutuan Gao, Nancy Gillikin, John Beale, Cecil Dharmasri, and Laura Privalle
pp. 86-96 1-Methylcyclopropene Effects on Field-Grown Cotton: Physiological Characteristics
Murilo M. Maeda, J. Tom Cothren, James L. Heilman, Carlos J. Fernandez, Gaylon D. Morgan, and Vladimir A. da Costa
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Issue 2 Table of Contents
pp. 97-103 Glufosinate Ammonium Suppresses [[em]]Tetranychus urticae[[/em]] in Cotton
Sebe Brown, David Kerns, and Fei Yang
pp. 104-116 Effect of Rye Cover Crop Management Methods on Cotton Growth in a Conservation System
Ted S. Kornecki
pp. 117-125 CPPU (N-(2-chloro-4-pyridinyl)-N’-phenylurea) Enhancement of Cotton Yields
John J. Burke and Jacobo Sanchez
pp. 126-135 Miniature Spinning: An Improved Cotton Research Tool
Roji Manandhar and Christopher D. Delhom
pp. 136-141 Effect of Instrumental Leaf Grade On HVI Micronaire Measurement In Commercial Cotton Bales
Youngliang Liu and Christopher Delhom
pp. 142-152 Upland Cotton Surface Amino Acid and Carbohydrate Contents vs. Color Measurements
Donna V. Peralta, James E. Rodgers, James L. Knowlton, and Chanel A. Fortier
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Issue 3 Table of Contents
pp. 153-161 Influence of Irrigation Pattern on Effectiveness of Furrow Irrigation of Cotton
Earl D. Vories and Andrea S. Jones
pp. 162-170 Non-Destructive Detection of Diapause in the Western Tarnished Plant Bug, [[em]]Lygus hesperus[[/em]] Knight (Hemiptera: Miridae)
Dale W. Spurgeon and J. Joe Hull
pp. 171-182 History of Cotton Breeding and Genetics at the University of Arkansas
Freddie M. Bourland
pp. 183-190 [[font color="ff0000"]]NOTE[[/font]][[BR]]Does Overexpression of Tomato Fructokinase ([[em]]LeFRK1[[/em]]) in Cotton Enhance Yield?
Thiya Mukherjee, Dennis C. Gitz III, Paxton Payton, Yoshinori Kanayama, David Granot, and A. Scott Holaday
pp. 191-210 History and Progress in Cotton Breeding, Genetics, and Genomics in New Mexico
Jinfa Zhang
pp. 211-220 Influence of Cover Crop and Tillage Systems on Optimal Nitrogen Rate for Tennessee Cotton Considering Risk
Xavier Harmon, Christopher N. Boyer, Dayton Lambert, James A. Larson, and Don D. Tyler
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