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  1. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is one of the most significant fibre and cash crops and plays an important role in Indian industrial and agricultural economies. However, over the years quantity and quality have be...

    Authors: Chossterfield Mawblei, Nallathambi Premalatha, Alagarsamy Manivannan and Kannan Senguttuvan
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:19
  2. Cotton is an economically important crop. It is crucial to find an effective method to improve cotton yield, and one approach is to decrease the abscission of cotton bolls and buds. However, the lack of knowle...

    Authors: Guangling Shui, Hairong Lin, Xiaomei Ma, Bo Zhu, Peng Han, Nurimanguli Aini, Chunping Gou, Yuanlong Wu, Zhenyuan Pan, Chunyuan You, Guoli Song and Xinhui Nie
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:20
  3. Plant hormones profoundly influence cotton growth, development, and responses to various stresses. Therefore, there is a pressing need for an efficient assay to quantify these hormones in cotton. In this groun...

    Authors: Wenhao Wang, Xianpeng Song, Dan Wang, Yajie Ma, Yongpan Shan, Xiangliang Ren, Hongyan Hu, Changcai Wu, Jun Yang and Yan Ma
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:18
  4. The lint percentage of seed cotton is one of the most important parameters for evaluating seed cotton quality and affects its price. The traditional measuring method of lint percentage is labor-intensive and t...

    Authors: Lijie Geng, Pengji Yan, Zhikun Ji, Chunyu Song, Shuaifei Song, Ruiliang Zhang, Zhifeng Zhang, Yusheng Zhai, Liying Jiang and Kun Yang
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:16
  5. Cotton has enormous economic potential, providing high-quality protein, oil, and fibre. But the comprehensive utilization of cottonseed is limited by the presence of pigment gland and its inclusion. Pigment gl...

    Authors: Yue Sun, Ping Yang, Yifei Han, Huazu Li, Deli Sun, Jinhong Chen, Shuijin Zhu and Tianlun Zhao
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:14
  6. Natural and synthetic plant growth regulators are essential for plant health, likewise these regulators also play a role in increasing organic production productivity and improving quality and yield stability....

    Authors: Jameel M. Al-Khayri, Muhammad Arif, Shadia Hama Salih Kareem, Adeel Anwar, Hossein Dehghanisanij, Somayeh Emami, Azra Yasmeen, Komal Aftab and Mohamed Negm
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:15
  7. Water deficit is an important problem in agricultural production in arid regions. With the advent of wholly mechanized technology for cotton planting in Xinjiang, it is important to determine which planting mo...

    Authors: Xuejiao Wang, Yanping Hu, Chunrong Ji, Yongfan Chen, Shuai Sun, Zeshan Zhang, Yutong Zhang, Sen Wang, Mingfeng Yang, Fen Ji, Yanyun Guo, Jie Li and Lizhen Zhang
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:13
  8. As the most widely cultivated fiber crop, cotton production depends on hybridization to unlock the yield potential of current varieties. A deep understanding of genetic dissection is crucial for the cultivatio...

    Authors: Ahmed M. Abdelghany, Aly A. A. El-Banna, Sobhi F. Lamlom, Gawhara A. El-Sorady, Ehab A. A. Salama, Honglei Ren, Abdulwahab S. Shaibu and Waleed M. B. Yehia
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:12
  9. Cotton is one of the most important fiber crops that plays a vital role in the textile industry. Its production has been unstable over the years due to climate change induced biotic stresses such as insects, d...

    Authors: Ali Ijaz Ahmed, Azeem Iqbal Khan, Mohamed A. M. Negm, Rida Iqbal, Muhammad Tehseen Azhar, Sultan Habibullah Khan and Iqrar Ahmad Rana
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:10
  10. Chitinase is an enzyme that hydrolyzes chitin, a major component of the exoskeleton of insects, including plant pests like whiteflies. The present study aimed to investigate the expression of chemically synthe...

    Authors: Samina Bashir, Amina Yaqoob, Rohina Bashir, Shanila Bukhari, Naila Shahid, Saira Azam, Allah Bakhsh, Tayyab Husnain, Ahmad Ali Shahid and Abdul Qayyum Rao
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:9
  11. Light is a critical factor in plant growth and development, particularly in controlled environments. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have become a reliable alternative to conventional high pressure sodium (HSP) l...

    Authors: Yichi Zhang, Baopeng Liao, Fangjun Li, A. Egrinya Eneji, Mingwei Du and Xiaoli Tian
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:8

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  12. Pink bollworm, Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) has become a potential pest of cotton by causing substantial yield losses around the world including Pakistan. Keeping in view the fac...

    Authors: Shamim Akhtar, Muhammad Jalal Arif, Muhammad Dildar Gogi and Imran-ul Haq
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:7
  13. Cotton fiber is a model tissue for studying microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs). The Xklp2 (TPX2) proteins that belong to the novel MAPs member mainly participate in the formation and development of microtu...

    Authors: Baojun Chen, Zailong Tian, Guoyong Fu, Ai Zhang, Yaru Sun, Jingjing Wang, Zhaoe Pan, Hongge Li, Daowu Hu, Yingying Xia, Shoupu He and Xiongming Du
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:6
  14. SRO (Similar to RCD1) genes family is largely recognized for their importance in the growth, development, and in responding to environmental stresses. However, genome-wide identification and functional charact...

    Authors: Muhammad Shaban, Riaz Tabassum, Iqrar Ahmad Rana, Rana Muhammad Atif, Muhammad Abubakkar Azmat, Zubair Iqbal, Sajid Majeed and Muhammad Tehseen Azhar
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:5
  15. Cotton is a strategically important fibre crop for global textile industry. It profoundly impacts several countries' industrial and agricultural sectors. Sustainable cotton production is continuously threatene...

    Authors: Sajid Majeed, Muhammad Tanees Chaudhary, Muhammad Salman Mubarik, Iqrar Ahmad Rana, Muhammad Shaban, Daniel KY Tan, Yinhua Jia, Xiongming Du, Lori Hinze and Muhammad Tehseen Azhar
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:3
  16. The cryptic nature of pink bollworm Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders) larvae enables its reduced vulnerability to insecticidal control. Further, the development of resistance against Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt)...

    Authors: Abhishek V. Busnoor, R. M. Wadaskar, Babasaheb B. Fand, V. J. Tambe, T. Pillai, D. J. Mahule, V. S. Nagrare and Y. G. Prasad
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:2
  17. Photosystem II (PSII) constitutes an intricate  assembly of protein pigments, featuring extrinsic and intrinsic polypeptides within the photosynthetic membrane. The low-molecular-weight transmembrane protein PsbX...

    Authors: Irum Raza, Abida Parveen, Adeel Ahmad, Daowu Hu, Zhaoe Pan, Imran Ali and Xiongming Du
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2024 7:1
  18. Ensuring that seeds germinate and emerge normally is a prerequisite for cotton production, esp. in areas with salinized soil. Priming with mepiquat chloride (MC) can promote seed germination and root growth un...

    Authors: Qian Qi, Ning Wang, Sijia Ruan, Noor Muhammad, Hengheng Zhang, Jianbin Shi, Qiang Dong, Qinghua Xu, Meizhen Song, Gentu Yan, Xiling Zhang and Xiangru Wang
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:24
  19. The emergence of pink bollworm (PBW), Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae), in cotton due to Bt resistance and concealed feeding habit has created a need for alternative, eco-friendly, a...

    Authors: Shivaji Thube, Swati Shinde, Vivek Shah, Nandini Gokte-Narkhedkar, Dnyaneshwar Ingole, Akash Nikoshe, Prabhulinga Tenguri, Snehal Thavkar, Babasaheb Fand, Vrushali Deshmukh and Yenumula Prasad
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:23
  20. Fiber maturity is a key cotton quality property, and its variability in a sample impacts fiber processing and dyeing performance. Currently, the maturity is determined by using established protocols in laborat...

    Authors: Yongliang Liu, Feifei Tao, Haibo Yao and Russell Kincaid
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:21
  21. Mepiquat chloride (MC) application and plant population density (PPD) increasing are required for modern cotton production. However, their interactive effects on leaf physiology and carbohydrate metabolism rem...

    Authors: Haihua Luo, Zhengxian Zhang, Jianfei Wu, Zhenjiang Wu, Tianwang Wen and Feiyu Tang
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:20
  22. To control the boll weevil Anthonomus grandis grandis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a key pest of cotton in the Americas, insecticides have been intensively used to manage their populations, increasing selection p...

    Authors: Beatriz S. Coelho, Suzany A. Leite, Mateus P. dos Santos, Raul N. C. Guedes, Cristina S. Bastos, Aldenise A. Moreira, João E. V. Bonfim and Maria A. Castellani
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:19
  23. The approach of directly testing yarn quality to define fibre quality breeding objectives and progress the selection is attractive but difficult when considering the need for time and labour. The question rema...

    Authors: Shiming Liu, Stuart Gordon and Warwick Stiller
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:18
  24. The cyclic nucleotide-gated channel (CNGC) gene family plays a significant role in the uptake of both essential and toxic cations, and has a role in enhancing tolerance to various forms of abiotic stresses as wel...

    Authors: Joy Nyangasi Kirungu, Richard Odongo Magwanga, Margaret Linyerera Shiraku, Erick Okuto, Xiaoyan Cai, Yanchao Xu, Yuqing Hou, Stephen Gaya Agong’, Kunbo Wang, Yuhong Wang, Zhongli Zhou and Fang Liu
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:17
  25. Heat waves, and an increased number of warm days and nights, have become more prevalent in major agricultural regions of the world. Although well adapted to semi-arid regions, cotton is vulnerable to high temp...

    Authors: Dinesh K. Saini, S. M. Impa, Donna McCallister, Gunvant B. Patil, Noureddine Abidi, Glen Ritchie, S. Y. Jaconis and Krishna S. V. Jagadish
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:16
  26. Under K deficiency the uptake and distribution pattern in plant cells is mediated through different transport proteins and channels which were controlled by specific gene family. Therefore, a hydroponic experi...

    Authors: Muhammad Naeem Akhtar, Tanveer ul Haq, Muhammad Waseem Akhtar and Ghulam Abbass
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:14
  27. For the purpose of utilising hybrid vigour to produce possible hybrids with a suitable level of stability, the knowledge of gene activity and combining ability is a crucial prerequisite before choosing desirab...

    Authors: Bhimireddy SUKRUTHA, Sivakami RAJESWARI, N. PREMALATHA, Narayana Manikanda BOOPATHI, K. THIRUKUMARAN and A. MANIVANNAN
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:12
  28. Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient for plant growth and development. However, plant fertilization ignoring the soil K level is very likely to cause excessive fertilizer use, and further arouse a series of ...

    Authors: Jingjing SHAO, Helin DONG, Yinan JIN, Pengcheng LI, Miao SUN, Weina FENG and Cangsong ZHENG
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:10
  29. Gossypium hirsutum undergoes rapid clonal propagation to regenerate a mature plant through tissue culture. However, the correlation between cotton leaf regeneration, callus induction, and regeneration ability was...

    Authors: Sani Muhammad TAJO, Zhaoe PAN, Shoupu HE, Yinhua JIA, Tahir MAHMOOD, Mian Fasil NAZIR, Daowu HU, Liru WANG, Salisu Bello SADAU, Sani IBRAHIM, Umar AUTA, Xiaoli GENG and Xiongming DU
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:9
  30. High temperature stress at peak flowering stage of cotton is a major hindrance for crop potential. This study aimed to increase genetic divergence regarding heat tolerance in newly developed cultivars and hybr...

    Authors: Amjad Farooq, Amir Shakeel, Asif Saeed, Jehanzeb Farooq, Muhammad Rizwan, Waqas Shafqat Chattha, Ghulam Sarwar and Yasir Ramzan
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:7
  31. Plant pollen has diverse morphological characteristics that can be consistently passed down from generation to generation. Information on pollen morphology is thus immensely important for plant classification ...

    Authors: Xiaoyan CAI, Yuqing HOU, Umer Jawad MUHAMMAD, Heng WANG, Yanchao XU, Jie ZHENG, Yuhong WANG, Fang LIU, Zhongli ZHOU, Jinping HUA and Kunbo WANG
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:6
  32. Apolygus lucorum is a worldwide omnivorous pest damaging a range of crops and causing great economic losses. Symbiotic bacteria living in insects play a key role in the nutrition, physiology, and behavior of host...

    Authors: Hui Xue, Xiangzhen Zhu, Li Wang, Kaixin Zhang, Dongyang Li, Jichao Ji, Lin Niu, Xueke Gao, Junyu Luo and Jinjie Cui
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:5
  33. Herbicide tolerance in crops enables them to survive when lethal doses of herbicides are applied to surrounding weeds. Herbicide-tolerant crops can be developed through transgenic approaches or traditional mut...

    Authors: Tianzi CHEN, Xitie LING, Yue YU and Baolong ZHANG
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:4
  34. Cotton has enormous economic potential providing high-quality protein, oil, and fibre. A large increase in cotton output is necessary due to the world's changing climate and constantly expanding human populati...

    Authors: Zulqurnain Khan, Sultan Habibullah Khan, Aftab Ahmed, Muhammad Umar Iqbal, Muhammad Salman Mubarik, Muhammad Zubair Ghouri, Furqan Ahmad, Saba Yaseen, Zulfiqar Ali, Asif Ali Khan and Muhammad Tehseen Azhar
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:3
  35. The strength of cotton fiber has been extensively studied and significantly improved through selective breeding, but fiber elongation has largely been ignored, even though elongation contributes to determining...

    Authors: Christopher D. Delhom, John D. Wanjura, Mathew G. Pelletier, Gregory A. Holt and Eric F. Hequet
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:2
  36. Boron (B) deficiency is an important factor for poor seed cotton yield and fiber quality. However, it is often missing in the plant nutrition program, particularly in developing countries. The current study in...

    Authors: Muhammad MEHRAN, Muhammad ASHRAF, Sher Muhammad SHAHZAD, Muhammad Siddique SHAKIR, Muhammad Tehseen AZHAR, Fiaz AHMAD and Alamgir ALVI
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2023 6:1
  37. Cotton is the prime natural fiber with economic significance globally. Cotton farming and breeding have a long history in Pakistan. The development of high yielding upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) varieties gr...

    Authors: Kashif Shahzad, Iqra Mubeen, Meng Zhang, Xuexian Zhang, Jianyong Wu and Chaozhu Xing
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2022 5:29
  38. Cotton seed fibres are long single-celled epidermal trichomes that first appear on the surface of the ovule at anthesis and then elongate rapidly over a period of 15–25 days until a secondary cell wall (SCW) b...

    Authors: Filomena A. Pettolino, Dina Yulia, Antony Bacic and Danny J. Llewellyn
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2022 5:27
  39. In our previous study, a strain EBS03 with good biocontrol potential was screened out of 48 strains of cotton endophyte Bacillus subtilis by evaluating the controlling effect against cotton Verticillium wilt. How...

    Authors: Hongyan Bai, Zili Feng, Lihong Zhao, Hongjie Feng, Feng Wei, Jinglong Zhou, Aixing Gu, Heqin Zhu, Jun Peng and Yalin Zhang
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2022 5:26
  40. Under abiotic stress conditions, cotton growth is inhibited and yield losses are severe. Identification of calnexin family members and function analysis under abiotic stress laid the foundation for the screeni...

    Authors: Nan Xu, Hong Zhang, Yuexin Zhang, Yapeng Fan, Jing Wang, Waqar Afzal Malik, Cun Rui, Mingge Han, Xuke Lu, Xiugui Chen, Junjuan Wang, Delong Wang, Shuai Wang, Chao Chen, Lixue Guo, Lanjie Zhao…
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2022 5:25
  41. Potassium (K) deficiency has become a common field production problem following the widespread adoption of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) transgenic cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) worldwide. The purpose of this stud...

    Authors: Qianqian WANG, Wei YAN, Yichi ZHANG, Manman ZHAN, Xiaoli LUO, A. Egrinya ENEJI, Anhong ZHANG, Juanli XIAO, Fangjun LI and Xiaoli TIAN
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2022 5:24

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