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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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

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

  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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

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

  12. Virescence, as a recognizable phenotype in the early development stage of cotton, is not only available for research on chloroplast development and photosynthesis but also for heterosis exploitation in cotton.

    Authors: Youping ZHANG, Qiaolian WANG, Dongyun ZUO, Hailiang CHENG, Ke LIU, Javaria ASHRAF, Simin LI, Xiaoxu FENG, John Z. YU and Guoli SONG
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:10
  13. The conversion from non-embryogenic callus (NEC) to embryogenic callus (EC) is the key bottleneck step in regeneration of upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum), and hinders the transgenic breeding of upland cotton. ...

    Authors: Ruibin SUN, Ruiping TIAN, Dan MA, Shaohui WANG and Chuanliang LIU
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:9
  14. Hypoxia tolerance studies in cotton are very rare in Pakistan. Unpredicted and excessive rainfalls result in severe losses to cotton crop in many regions of the country due to lack of hypoxia tolerance in curr...

    Authors: Altaf HUSSAIN, Jehanzeb FAROOQ, Saghir AHMAD, Abid MAHMOOD, M. Attiq SADIQ, Ullah Zafar ZAFAR and Habib-Ur-Rehman ATHAR
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:8
  15. The SWEET (Sugars will eventually be exported transporters) gene family plays multiple roles in plant physiological activities and development process. It participates in reproductive development and in the proce...

    Authors: Lanjie ZHAO, Jinbo YAO, Wei CHEN, Yan LI, Youjun LÜ, Yan GUO, Junyi WANG, Li YUAN, Ziyang LIU and Yongshan ZHANG
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:7
  16. Large quantities of nitrogen (N) fertilizer applied to cotton cropping systems support high yields but cause adverse environmental impacts such as N2O emission and water eutrophication. The development of cotton ...

    Authors: Hengheng ZHANG, Xiaoqiong FU, Xiangru WANG, Huiping GUI, Qiang DONG, Nianchang PANG, Zhun WANG, Xiling ZHANG and Meizhen SONG
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:6
  17. With the rapid development of genomics, many functional genes have been targeted. Molecular marker assisted selection can accelerate the breeding process by linking selection to functional genes.

    Authors: Youchang ZHANG, Changhui FENG, Shu BIE, Xiaogang WANG, Jiaohai ZHANG, Songbo XIA and Hongde QIN
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:5
  18. The cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera) is one of cotton’s most destructive insect pests in terms of yield and quality. Since 1997, China has grown commercially available transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt)...

    Authors: Limin LÜ, Junyu LUO, Shuai ZHANG, Qianlin YU, Ligang MA, Xiaofeng LIU, Chunyi WANG, Xiaoyan MA, Yan MA and Jinjie CUI
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:4
  19. Gossypium, as the one of the biggest genera, the most diversity, and the highest economic value in field crops, is assuming an increasingly important role in studies on plant taxonomy, polyploidization, phylogeny...

    Authors: Kunbo WANG, Jonathan F. WENDEL and Jinping HUA
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:3
  20. RING-H2 finger E3 ligase (RH2FE3) genes encode cysteine-rich proteins that mediate E3 ubiquitin ligase activity and degrade target substrates. The roles of these genes in plant responses to phytohormones and a...

    Authors: Ghulam QANMBER, Daoqian YU, Jie LI, Lingling WANG, Shuya MA, Lili LU, Zuoren YANG and Fuguang LI
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2018 1:1

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