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Issue 4 Table of Contents

A new monogenic recessive <em>liy</em> ligon-lintless fiber mutant: a tool for understanding the genetics and physiology of cotton fiber development. Figure: Comparison of Ligon-lintless mutant phenotypes

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Breeding and Genetics
A New Ligon-Lintless Mutant (liy) in Upland Cotton
Efrem Bechere, David D. Fang, and Marina Naoumkina
Pages: 168-174

A new monogenic recessive liy ligon-lintless fiber mutant: a tool for understanding the genetics and physiology of cotton fiber development. Figure: Comparison of Ligon-lintless mutant phenotypes

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Arthropod Management
Impact of Various Bt Cotton Traits and the Application of an Insecticide on the Within Plant Distribution of Helicoverpa zea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Larvae and Injured Floral Structures
D.D. Kerns, D.L. Kerns, G.M. Lorenz, A.L. Catchot, and S.D. Stewart
Pages: 148-158

Arthropod Management
Insecticide and Fungicide Residues Following Foliar Application to Cotton and Soybean
A. Lawson, S. Steckel, M. Williams, J. Adamczyk, H. Kelly, and S. D. Stewart
Pages: 159-167

Breeding and Genetics
A New Ligon-Lintless Mutant (liy) in Upland Cotton
Efrem Bechere, David D. Fang, and Marina Naoumkina
Pages: 168-174

Breeding and Genetics
Merging of Plant Breeding and Pathology: A History of Cotton Breeding at Auburn
Jenny Koebernick, Jessica Ahl, and David Weaver
Pages: 175-182

Economics and Marketing
Profit-Maximizing Planting Date and Seeding Rate for Upland Cotton in the Upper Mid-South
Christopher N. Boyer, Shawn Butler, Tyson Raper, Michael J. Buschermohle, Darrin M. Dodds, and Andrea Jones
Pages: 183-188

Engineering and Ginning
COTTON GINNERS HANDBOOK
The Classification of Cotton
Christopher D. Delhom, James Knowlton, Vikki B. Martin, and Cody Blake
Pages: 189-196

Engineering and Ginning
Effects of Different Rollers and Rye Termination Methods on Soil Moisture and Cotton Production in a No-Till System
Ted S. Kornecki
Pages: 197-210

Engineering and Ginning
The Effect of Round Module Storage Time and Ambient Conditions On Cotton Quality
Menghe Miao, and Stuart Gordon
Pages: 211-228

Engineering and Ginning
Assessing the Influence of Spindle Harvester Drum Arrangement on Fiber Quality and Yield
Marinus H. J. van der Sluijs, John D. Wanjura, Randal K. Boman, Greg A. Holt, and Mathew G. Pelletier
Pages: 229-237