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FLOWERING AND FRUITING IN COTTON

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COMPLETE BOOK (5,190KB)

 

THE COTTON FOUNDATION

ii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

iii

COPYRIGHT

vi

FOREWORD

ix

PREFACE

ix

CONTRIBUTORS

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Chapter 1.
(1,547KB)

Anatomy and Morphology of Fruiting Forms
J. Mauney

1

Chapter 2.
(560KB)

Genotypic Differences in Cotton Fruiting
R. Wells and W.R. Meredith

13

Chapter 3.
(158KB)

Photosynthesis and Carbon Partitioning/Source-Sink Relationships
W.T. Pettigrew

25

Chapter 4.
(451KB)

Nutritional Requirements of Cotton during Flowering and Fruiting
I.J. Rochester, G.A. Constable, D.M. Oosterhuis, and M. Errington

35

Chapter 5.
(178KB)

Water Stress and Reproductive Development in Cotton D.A. Loka and D.M. Oosterhuis

51

Chapter 6.
(486KB)

Heat Stress and Pollen-Pistil Interactions
J.L. Snider and D.M. Oosterhuis

59

Chapter 7.
(346KB)

Cotton Flowering and Fruiting: Control and Modification with Plant Growth Regulators
V.A. da Costa and J.T.Cothren

79

Chapter 8.
(257KB)

Polyamines and Cotton Flowering
D.M. Oosterhuis and D.A. Loka

109

Chapter 9.
(494KB)

Cotton Seed Development: Opportunities to Add Value to a Byproduct of Fiber Production
Q. Liu, D.J. Llewellyn, S.P. Singh, and A.G. Green

133

Chapter 10.
(747KB)

Recent Advances in Cotton Fiber Development
M.R. Stiff and C.H. Haigler

163

Chapter 11.
(839KB)

Florigen and Cotton: Manipulating Plant Architecture to Improve Plant Productivity
R.C. McGarry and B.G. Ayre

193

Index

 

211

 

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