Agronomic and fiber properties of primitive race stocks and hybrids of cotton.

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Agricultural Research (Western Region), Science and Education Administration, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture , Oakland, Calif
Cotton -- Arizona., Cotton -- Puerto
SeriesAgricultural reviews and manuals -- 21.
ContributionsUnited States. Science and Education Administration. Agricultural Research. Western Region.
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Pagination32 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL17825694M

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Agronomic and fiber properties of primitive race stocks and hybrids of cotton. Oakland, Calif.: Agricultural Research (Western Region), Science and Education Administration, U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, []. AFLP marker associations with agronomic and fiber traits in cotton. Parrott WL, Creech RG () The conversion of photoperiodic primitive race stocks of cotton to day-neutral stocks. () Use of primitive accessions of cotton as sources of genes for improving yield components and fiber properties.

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and For Cited by: Heritability and Correlations of Agronomic and Fiber Traits in an Okra-Leaf Upland Cotton Population Article in Crop Science 46(4) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Mauricio Ulloa.

Yield remains the ultimate measure of the crop, although the ever-increasing demand for higher fiber quality makes this factor a close second in priority. With morethan 70% of the U.S.

crop exported, fiber quality will become the single most important factor for U.S. cotton in the foreseeable future. management. Primitive race stocks of cotton have been identified as an important source of resistance to a wide range of insect pests, but they have not been evaluated for resistance to cotton fleahopper.

The objective of this study was to evaluate selected groups of primitive race stocks of Gossypium hirsutum L. for resistance to cotton. Bayer Cotton Seed International, Leland, MSUSA Euphytica () – DOI /s AFLP marker associations with agronomic and fiber traits in cotton Jixiang Wu Æ Johnie N.

Jenkins Æ Jack C. McCarty Æ Ming Zhong Æ Michael Swindle Received: 22 March /Accepted: 3 August /Published online: Indices of resistance to root-knot nematodes for primitive race stocks of upland cotton (Agricultural reviews and manuals) [Shepherd, Raymond L] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Indices of resistance to root-knot nematodes for primitive race stocks of upland cotton (Agricultural reviews and manuals)Author: Raymond L Shepherd.

Agronomic Evaluation of Promising Pre-Release Inter Specific Cotton Hybrids Harphool Meena*, P.K.P. Meena and Bheru Lal Kumhar Agricultural Research Station, Ummedganj Farm Agriculture University, Kota, Rajasthan, India *Corresponding author A B S T R A C T specifi-Introduction Cotton, Gossypium hirsutum L., is one of the.

Effects of chromosome-specific introgression in upland cotton on fiber and agronomic traits. Genetics. GENETIC DIVERSITY FOR AGRONOMIC AND FIBER TRAITS IN DAY-NEUTRAL PRIMITIVE COTTON GERMPLASM ACCESSIONS - McCarty, J.C., Wu, J., Jenkins, J.N. The Bt hybrid, Ankur BG-II recorded significantly higher plant height, sympodia, number of bolls, boll weight, seed cotton yield, seed and lint index and fiber properties like % span.

Analysis of Commonality for Traits of Cotton Fiber R.H. Kloth* INTERPRETIVE SUMMARY Genetic improvements in the physical properties of cotton fiber have lagged behind improvements in the machines that make thread from cotton fiber.

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40% of the variability for yield between hybrids could be accounted for by four traits. This. The cotton seeds were extracted using a cotton gin machine.

Two sets of traits were established, the group I formed by the agronomic traits, i.e., fiber yield (Fiberyield), boll mean weight (Wmeanboll), percentage of fiber (Percfiber) and weight of seeds (Wseeds), the group II was formed by the technological traits of the fiber, i.e., length.

unique and often greater cotton fiber quality, especially fiber strength for processing (Deussen, ). Many cotton research programs require measure-ments of agronomic and fiber quality traits such as lint percentage, boll weight, and 50% fiber span length, fiber bundle strength, and fineness (micronaire reading,Cited by: In this chapter, the focus will be on the tensile behavior of cotton fibers through discussions of six key subjects.

The first subject deals with the structural features of cotton fiber, particularly those that are directly related to the tensile behavior of cotton fiber including the degree of crystallinity, the degree of orientation, the convolution effect, and the tapering effect of the by: 3.

3 on SSR markers and its association with agronomic and fiber traits of their F2 hybrids. Crop Sci. Zhong, Ming, McCarty, J. C., Jenkins, J. and Saha, S. Assessment of day-neutral backcross populations of cotton using AFLP markers.

Breeding cultivars and germplasms of cotton with higher yield and better resistance to pests is an environmentally friendly way of improving production with little cost to the producer. We propose to use standard breeding protocols to improve yield, fiber quality, and pest resistance in upland cotton.

Crosses will be made among adapted parents and resistance. COTTON HYBRIDS In India, hybrid cotton era started since with the release of world’s first cotton hybrid “H 4” from Cotton Research Station Surat of Gujarat Agricultural University. This hybrid was developed by Late who is rightly called as father of hybrid cotton.

This hybrid, by virtue of its high yield potentialFile Size: KB. Soil pH, soil P, and soil organic matter were correlated with fiber yield and a number of fiber properties, including micronAFIS, immature fiber fraction, fine fiber fraction, cross-sectional area, and micronaire.

Factor analysis of soil. Posted in Cotton Agronomics, Cotton Production, Insect Management, Weed Management | Comments Off on Guide to Abbreviations for Cotton Technologies in Variety Nomeclature.

Cotton Blue Disease and its Implications on Georgia Cotton Production for Posted on March 7, by Jared Whitaker.

discussion on fiber structure and fiber sampling, especially for cotton fibers, the authors explain fiber dimensions and their behavior in a humid environment.

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Electrical, optical, thermal, and finally tensile properties of fibers are reviewed in this book. Topics such as single fiber tensile properties, tensile properties of fibers with high Cited by: 5.

Key Words: Agronomic manipulations, Genotypes, Plant geometry, Seed cotton yield View Point Article: Singh, Kulvir (2 ). Effect of agronomic manipulations on growth, yield attributes and seed cotton yield of American cotton under semi-arid at. Genetic diversity in some cotton germplasm populations developed by public breeding programs in U.S.

Although many germplasm populations derived from interspecific crosses or race stocks have been used in cotton breeding, only a small portion of alleles in these germplasm were introgressed into the released cultivars due to the selection for regional adaption Cited by: 4.

The structure of a mature cotton fiber may be viewed as consisting of six main parts, 6., 7., 10 As shown in Fig. the first is the cuticle, or the ‘skin’ of the waxy and smooth layer contains pectin and proteinaceous by: 6.

Correlations and path analysis among agronomic and technological traits of upland cotton F.J.C. Farias 1, L.P. Carvalho, J.L. Silva Filho and P.E. Teodoro2 1Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Algodão, Embrapa Algodão, Campina Grande, PB, Brasil 2Departamento de Fitotecnia, Universidade Estadual do Mato Grosso do Sul, Aquidauana, MS, BrasilCited by: 3.

The two-volume Handbook of natural fibres is an indispensible tool in understanding the diverse properties and applications of these important materials. Volume 1: Types, properties and factors affecting breeding and cultivation is an essential guide to a wide range of natural fibres, and highlights key techniques for their improvement.

Cotton area in India has increased significantly after the transgenic cotton was introduced in and over 90 per cent of the cotton grown is represented by Gossypium hirsutum as G.

hirsutum x G. hirsutum hybrids with Bollgard-II (BG-II) type (Cry1Ac+Cry2Ab) and a small percentage as Bollgard-I (BG-I) with Cry1Ac gene.

All the cotton Cited by: 1. yield, fiber length, length uniformity, fiber strength, micronaire, and where stand and yield losses can be substantial, preven-Hunter’s b than the other two N rates. Aldicarb generally increased tative in-furrow applications of aldicarb {2-methylthe value of these fiber properties each year.

Including agronomicCited by: cotton varieties is given in table 1. Normally, seed should be sown at a depth of cm according to availability of moisture in the soil. Selection of variety: In Gujarat, following varieties have been recommended to grow in different cotton zones Zone Recommended varieties/ hybrids South Gujarat Cotton Zone Digvijay Middle Gujarat Cotton ZoneFile Size: 89KB.

Agronomic characterization, genetic diversity and association analysis of cotton cultivars using simple sequence repeat molecular markers A. Kalivas1, F. Xanthopoulos 2, O. Kehagia and A.S. Tsaftaris 1,3 1Institute of Agrobiotechnology, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Thermi, Greece.

Abstract. Normal- and late-planted cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) often differ in fiber properties, especially those properties related to fiber secondary wall field study was conducted to (i) determine the effect of planting date on fiber properties of bolls at two flowering times, and (ii) determine the relationship between fiber properties and canopy photosynthesis.

University Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute for classing and HVI quality measurements. The southern High Plains region consisted of 19 counties, with every county either hosting or bordering a county that hosted a RACE trial (Figure 1).Khan et al., J. Anim. Plant Sci. 25(3) COMBINING ABILITY STUDIES FOR YIELD AND FIBER TRAITS IN UPLAND COTTON S.

A. Khan1, N. U. Khan1, R. Gul1, Z. Bibi2, I. U. Khan2, S. Gul1, S. Ali3 and M. Baloch4 1Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar -Pakistan 2Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences, Gomal .Cotton germplasm: Characteristics of 79 day-neutral primitive race accessions (Technical bulletin) [J.

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