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STRESS PHYSIOLOGY IN COTTON

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COMPLETE BOOK (5,914KB)

 

THE COTTON FOUNDATION

ii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

iii

COPYRIGHT

vi

FOREWORD

ix

PREFACE

ix

CONTRIBUTORS

x

Chapter 1.
(1,506KB)

High Temperature Stress on Floral Development and
Yield Of Cotton
D.M. Oosterhuis and J.L. Snider

1

Chapter 2.
(433KB)

Cotton Flowers: Pollen and Petal Humidity Sensitivities
Determine Reproductive Competitiveness
in Diverse Environments
J.J. Burke

25

Chapter 3.
(1,113KB)

Water-Deficit Stress in Cotton
D.A. Loka, D.M. Oosterhuis, and G.L. Ritchie

37

Chapter 4.
(775KB)

Light and The Cotton Plant R. Wells

73

Chapter 5.
(987KB)

Effect of Environment on Ethylene Synthesis and Cotton
B. Bugbee

85

Chapter 6.
(243KB)

Stress Response in Cotton Root Systems
B.L. McMichael, D.M. Oosterhuis, and J.C. Zak

97

Chapter 7.
(193KB)

Physiology of Boron Stress in Cotton
C.A. Rosolem and J.C. Bogiani

113

Chapter 8.
(1,013KB)

Geminiviral Diseases in Cotton
S. Mansoor, I. Amin, and R.W. Briddon

125

Chapter 9.
(192KB)

Abiotic Stress and Cotton Fiber Development
R.D. Allen and L. Aleman

149

Index

 

161

 

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