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  1. Cotton somatic embryogenesis is difficult or rarely frequent to present, which has limited gene function identification and biotechnological utility. Here, we employed a rice key somatic embryogenesis-related ...

    Authors: Zhian WANG, Peng WANG, Guang HU, Juanli XIAO, Anhong ZHANG, Xiaoli LUO and Jiahe WU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:19

    Content type: Research

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  2. Light attenuation within a row of crops such as cotton is influenced by canopy architecture, which is defined by size, shape and orientation of shoot components. Level of light interception causes an array of ...

    Authors: Blessing CHAPEPA, Nhamo MUDADA and Rangarirai MAPURANGA

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:18

    Content type: Review

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  3. Photosynthate partitioning and within-plant boll distribution play an important role in yield formation of cotton; however, if and how they interact to mediate yield remains unclear. The objective of this stud...

    Authors: Junjun NIE, Dulin QIN, Lili MAO, Yanhui LIU, Hezhong DONG, Xianliang SONG and Xuezhen SUN

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:15

    Content type: Research

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  4. This study addressed the potential of combining a high biomass rye winter cover crop with predawn leaf water potential (ΨPD) irrigation thresholds to increase agricultural water use efficiency (WUE) in cotton. To...

    Authors: Calvin D. MEEKS, John L. SNIDER, Stanley CULPEPPER and Gary HAWKINS

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:16

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  5. Cotton fiber is a single-celled seed trichome that originates from the ovule epidermis. It is an excellent model for studying cell elongation. Along with the elongation of cotton fiber cell, the plasma membran...

    Authors: Fan XU, Xiaodong SUO, Fang LI, Chaoya BAO, Shengyang HE, Li HUANG and Ming LUO

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:13

    Content type: Research

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  6. Verticillium wilt, caused by the soil-borne fungus of Verticillium dahliae Kleb., is one of the most devastating diseases of cotton. The complex mechanism underlying cotton resistance to Verticillium wilt remains...

    Authors: Xiangyue ZHANG, Zili FENG, Lihong ZHAO, Shichao LIU, Feng WEI, Yongqiang SHI, Hongjie FENG and Heqin ZHU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:12

    Content type: Research

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  7. Salt stress significantly inhibits the growth, development, and productivity of cotton because of osmotic, ionic, and oxidative stresses. Therefore, the screening and development of salt tolerant cotton cultiv...

    Authors: Ripon Kumar SIKDER, Xiangru WANG, Dingsha JIN, Hengheng ZHANG, Huiping GUI, Qiang DONG, Nianchang PANG, Xiling ZHANG and Meizhen SONG

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:11

    Content type: Research

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  8. Fiber length is one of the primary quality parameters for the cotton industry when considering the textile performance and end-use quality of cotton. Currently, many decisions regarding cotton fiber length uti...

    Authors: Zachary HINDS, Brendan Robert KELLY and Eric Francois HEQUET

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:10

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:14

  9. Gossypium hirsutum is highly susceptible to Verticillium wilt, and once infected Verticillium wilt, its yield is greatly reduced. But G. barbadense is highly resistant to Verticillium wilt. It is possible that tr...

    Authors: Tingting QIU, Yanjun WANG, Juan JIANG, Jia ZHAO, Yanqing WANG and Junsheng QI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:9

    Content type: Research

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  10. In the original publication of this article [1] the name of the forth author is incorrect.

    Authors: Doudou YANG, Jing AN, Fangjun LI, A. Egrinya ENEJI, Xiaoli TIAN and Zhaohu LI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:6

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:4

  11. Plant height (PH) and fruit branch number (FBN) are important traits for improving yield and mechanical harvesting of cotton. In order to identify genes of PH and FBN in cotton germplasms to develop superior c...

    Authors: Ruixian LIU, Xianghui XIAO, Juwu GONG, Junwen LI, Zhen ZHANG, Aiying LIU, Quanwei LU, Haihong SHANG, Yuzhen SHI, Qun GE, Muhammad Sajid IQBAL, Quanjia CHEN, Youlu YUAN and Wankui GONG

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:5

    Content type: Research

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  12. Manual topping is a routine agronomic practice for balancing the vegetative and reproductive growth of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) in China, but its cost-effectiveness has decreased over time. Therefore, there is...

    Authors: Doudou YANG, AN Jing, LI Fangjun, ENEJI A. Egrinya, TIAN Xiaoli and LI Zhaohu

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:4

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:6

  13. Cotton is mainly grown for its natural fiber and edible oil. The fiber obtained from cotton is the indispensable raw material for the textile industries. The ever changing climatic condition, threatens cotton ...

    Authors: Richard Odongo MAGWANGA, Pu LU, Joy Nyangasi KIRUNGU, Xiaoyan CAI, Zhongli ZHOU, Stephen Gaya AGONG, Kunbo WANG and Fang LIU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:3

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  14. Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), commonly known as tobacco cutworm or cotton leafworm, is a polyphagous pest which causes considerable damage to cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) and other crops. Herbivore-i...

    Authors: Chavi MAHAJAN, Rafiuddin NASER and Shantikumar GUPTA

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2020 3:2

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  15. Long-term rotary tillage has led to the deterioration of cotton production in northern China. This deterioration is due to the disturbance of topsoil, a dense plough pan at the 20–50 cm depth, and the decrease...

    Authors: Pengcheng LI, Shulin WANG, Hong QI, Yan WANG, Qian ZHANG, Guoyi FENG, Cangsong ZHENG, Xueke YU, Yongzeng LIN and Helin DONG

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:25

    Content type: Research

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  16. Crop residue incorporation into the soil is an effective method to augment soil potassium (K) content, and effects of crop residue and K fertilizer on soil K balance have been compared. However, their influenc...

    Authors: Wei HU, Ning SUI, Chaoran YU, Changqin YANG, Ruixian LIU and Zhiguo ZHOU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:24

    Content type: Research

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  17. The bollworm can be controlled effectively with Bacillus thuringiensis transgenic cotton (Bt cotton) which is being applied worldwide. However, the insecticidal efficacy is not stable. Here we give a summary of r...

    Authors: Zhenyu LIU, M. A. Abidallha ELTAYIB H, Huimin WU, Mingyuan ZHOU, Xiang ZHANG, Yuan CHEN and Dehua CHEN

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:23

    Content type: Review

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  18. Evaluating phenotypic traits is very important for the selection of elite lines in Gossypium hirsutum L. Cotton breeders are interested in using diverse genotypes in hybridization that can segregate for traits of...

    Authors: Zhengwen SUN, Xingfen WANG, Zhengwen LIU, Qishen GU, Yan ZHANG, Zhikun LI, Huifeng KE, Jun YANG, Jinhua WU, Liqiang WU, Guiyin ZHANG and Zhiying MA

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:22

    Content type: Research

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  19. Verticillium wilt, caused by Verticillium dahliae, is called a “cancer” disease of cotton. The discovery and identification of defense-related genes is essential for the breeding of Verticillium wilt-resistant va...

    Authors: Yuhuan MIAO, Longfu ZHU and Xianlong ZHANG

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:19

    Content type: Research

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  20. Recent technological advances in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) phenotyping have offered tools to improve the efficiency of data collection and analysis. High-throughput phenotyping (HTP) is a non-destructive and...

    Authors: Irish Lorraine B. PABUAYON, Yazhou SUN, Wenxuan GUO and Glen L. RITCHIE

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:18

    Content type: Review

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  21. Aphis gossypii is a worldwide sap-sucking pest with a variety of hosts and a vector of more than 50 plant viruses. The strategy of wing polyphenism, mostly resulting from population density increasing, contribute...

    Authors: Jichao JI, Shuai ZHANG, Junyu LUO, Li WANG, Xiangzhen ZHU, Kaixin ZHANG, Lijuan ZHANG and Jinjie CUI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:17

    Content type: Research

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  22. DNA methylation is an important epigenetic factor that maintains and regulates gene expression. The mode and level of DNA methylation depend on the roles of DNA methyltransferase and demethylase, while DNA dem...

    Authors: Xiaomin YANG, Xuke LU, Xiugui CHEN, Delong WANG, Junjuan WANG, Shuai WANG, Lixue GUO, Chao CHEN, Xiaoge WANG, Xinlei WANG and Wuwei YE

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:16

    Content type: Research

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  23. Soil salinity seriously affects cotton growth, leading to the reduction of yield and fiber quality. Recently, genetic engineering has become an efficient tool to increase abiotic stress tolerance in crops.

    Authors: Yi SHAN, Peng ZHAO, Zhao LIU, Fangjun LI and Xiaoli TIAN

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:15

    Content type: Research

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  24. Cotton is an important fiber crop worldwide. The yield potential of current genotypes of cotton can be exploited through hybridization. However, to develop superior hybrids with high yield and fiber quality tr...

    Authors: Kashif SHAHZAD, Xue LI, Tingxiang QI, Liping GUO, Huini TANG, Xuexian ZHANG, Hailin WANG, Meng ZHANG, Bingbing ZHANG, Xiuqin QIAO, Chaozhu XING and Jianyong WU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:14

    Content type: Research

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  25. Cotton is a significant economic crop that plays an indispensable role in many domains. Gossypium hirsutum L. is the most important fiber crop worldwide and contributes to more than 95% of global cotton productio...

    Authors: Xiaoying DENG, Juwu GONG, Aiying LIU, Yuzhen SHI, Wankui GONG, Qun GE, Junwen LI, Haihong SHANG, Yuxiang WU and Youlu YUAN

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:13

    Content type: Research

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  26. Manganese (Mn) is an essential microelement in cottonseeds, which is usually determined by the techniques relied on hazardous reagents and complex pretreatment procedures. Therefore a rapid, low-cost, and reag...

    Authors: En YU, Rubing ZHAO, Yunfei CAI, Jieqiong HUANG, Cheng LI, Cong LI, Lei MEI, Lisheng BAO, Jinhong CHEN and Shuijin ZHU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:12

    Content type: Research

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  27. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) provides the largest natural fiber for the textile manufacturing industries, but its production is on the decline due to the effects of salinity. Soil salt-alkalization leads to damage...

    Authors: Xiu YANG, Yanchao XU, Fangfang YANG, Richard Odongo MAGWANGA, Xiaoyan CAI, Xingxing WANG, Yuhong WANG, Yuqing HOU, Kunbo WANG, Fang LIU and Zhongli ZHOU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:11

    Content type: Research

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  28. Cottonseed oil and protein content as well as germination traits are major indicators of seed quality. However, the responses of these indicators to plant density and mepiquat chloride (MC) are still uncertain...

    Authors: Wenqing ZHAO, Qiang YAN, Hongkun YANG, Xiaoni YANG, Leran WANG, Binglin CHEN, Yali MENG and Zhiguo ZHOU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:10

    Content type: Research

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  29. Climate change and particularly global warming has emerged as an alarming threat to the crop productivity of field crops and exerted drastic effects on the cropping patterns. Production of cotton has been drop...

    Authors: Muhammad SALMAN, Zia Ullah ZIA, Iqrar Ahmad RANA, Rana Haroon MAQSOOD, Saghir AHMAD, Ali BAKHSH and Muhammad Tehseen AZHAR

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:9

    Content type: Research

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  30. Cotton fiber maturity is an important property that partially determines the processing and performance of cotton. Due to difficulties of obtaining fiber maturity values accurately from every plant of a geneti...

    Authors: Hee Jin KIM, Yongliang LIU, David D. FANG and Christopher D. DELHOM

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:8

    Content type: Research

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  31. Low insecticidal protein expression at reproductive organs affect insect resistance in Bt transgenic cotton. In order to enhance flower insecticidal protein expression, the conventional cultivar Sikang1 (S1) a...

    Authors: Leila. I. M. TAMBEL, Mingyuan ZHOU, Yuan CHEN, Xiang ZHANG, Yuan CHEN and Dehua CHEN

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:7

    Content type: Research

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  32. A single nucleotide polymorphism is the simplest form of genetic variation among individuals and can induce minor changes in phenotypic, physiological and biochemical characteristics. This polymorphism induces...

    Authors: Sajid MAJEED, Iqrar Ahmad RANA, Rana Muhammad ATIF, Zulfiqar ALI, Lori HINZE and Muhammad Tehseen AZHAR

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:5

    Content type: Review

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  33. Recently, due to the development of food security strategies, cotton has been planted in inland saline-alkali dry soils or in coastal some saline-alkali soils in China. Under the condition, to comprehensively ...

    Authors: Junyu LUO, Shuai ZHANG, Xiangzhen ZHU, Jichao JI, Kaixin ZHANG, Chunyi WANG, Lijuan ZHANG, Li WANG and Jiniie CUI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:4

    Content type: Research

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  34. INDETERMINATE DOMAIN (IDD) transcription factors form one of the largest and most conserved gene families in plant kingdom and play important roles in various processes of plant growth and development, such as fl...

    Authors: Faiza ALI, Ghulam QANMBER, Yonghui LI, Shuya MA, Lili LU, Zuoren YANG, Zhi WANG and Fuguang LI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:3

    Content type: Research

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  35. Verticillium wilt is a serious soil-borne vascular disease that causes major losses to upland cotton (Gossypium hirutum L.) worldwidely every year. The protein VIP1 (VirE2 interaction protein 1), a bZIP transcrip...

    Authors: Kai ZHANG, Pei ZHAO, Hongmei WANG, Yunlei ZHAO, Wei CHEN, Haiyan GONG, Xiaohui SANG and Yanli CUI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:2

    Content type: Research

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  36. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is an important fiber crop in Bangladesh. Genetic diversity among the genotypes of a germplasm has a great importance for cotton breeding. An experiment was carried out at the exper...

    Authors: T. AKTER, A. K. M. A. ISLAM, M. G. RASUL, S. KUNDU, KHALEQUZZAMAN and J. U. AHMED

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:1

    Content type: Research

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  37. Producing rainfed cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) with high fiber quality has been challenging in the Texas High Plains because of extended periods of insufficient rainfall during sensitive boll developmental stag...

    Authors: Travis W. WITT, Mauricio ULLOA, Mathew G. PELLETIER, Venugopal MENDU and Glen L. RITCHIE

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:17

    Content type: Research

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  38. In the original publication of this article (Zhang et al. 2018) the first name and surname of the eighth author are in reverse order. The correct name of the eighth author should be SHAHZAD Kashif. In ‘Authors...

    Authors: Bingbing ZHANG, Xuexian ZHANG, Liping GUO, Tingxiang QI, Hailin WANG, Huini TANG, Xiuqin QIAO, Kashif SHAHZAD, Chaozhu XING and Jianyong WU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:16

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:12

  39. Fifty years of sustained investment in research and development has left the Australian cotton industry well placed to manage nitrogen (N) fertiliser. The average production in the Australian cotton industry t...

    Authors: Ben C. T. MACDONALD, James O. LATIMER, Graeme D. SCHWENKE, Gunasekhar NACHIMUTHU and Jonathan C. BAIRD

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:15

    Content type: Review

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  40. Earlier we have reported that the exclusion of solar UV-B increased the growth and yield of cotton plants as compared with ambient UV-B. The UV-B radiation effects on the saponins and the impact of ambient and...

    Authors: Priti DEHARIYA, Sunita KATARIA, Kadur Narayan GURUPRASAD and Govind Prakash PANDEY

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:14

    Content type: Research

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  41. Within-canopy interception of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) impacts yield and other agronomic traits in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Field experiments were conducted to investigate the influence of...

    Authors: Fangfang XING, Yingchun HAN, Lu FENG, Xiaoyu ZHI, Guoping WANG, Beifang YANG, Zhengyi FAN, Yaping LEI, Wenli DU, Zhanbiao WANG, Shiwu XIONG, Xiaofei LI and Yabing LI

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:13

    Content type: Research

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  42. Cytoplasmic male sterility in flowering plants is a convenient way to use heterosis via hybrid breeding and may be restored by nuclear restorer-of-fertility (Rf) genes. In most cases, Rf genes encoded pentatricop...

    Authors: Bingbing ZHANG, Xuexian ZHANG, Liping GUO, Tingxiang QI, Hailin WANG, Huini TANG, Xiuqin QIAO, Kashif SHAHZAD, Chaozhu XING and Jianyong WU

    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:12

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:16

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