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LOGO: Journal of Cotton Science

 


The multidisciplinary, refereed journal contains articles that improve our understanding of cotton science. Publications may be compilations of original research, syntheses, reviews, or notes on original research or new techniques or equipment.

Highlights From This Issue

Circular cladogram view of the phylogenetic tree obtained from NJ analysis on 569 accessions comprising a diversity panel of 384 <em>G. hirsutum</em> cultivars and a collection of 185 landrace accessions in a broad collection of Upland cottons of the Americas. Spikes are colored based on groups: Group 1 (blue color; <em>G. barbadense</em> accessions), Group 2 (red color; Southwestern cotton), Group 3 (green color; Mexican cotton), Group 4 (purple color; Western cotton), and Group 5 (yellow color; Mid-South and Southeastern cotton), and Group 6 (light blue; Guatemalan cotton). Accessions assigned to “mixed” are indicated in black.

FEATURED ARTICLE


Breeding and Genetics
Genetic Diversity and Population Structure in Elite U.S. and Race Stock Accessions of Upland Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)
Linglong Zhu, Priyanka Tyagi, Baljinder Kaur, and Vasu Kuraparthy
Pages: 38-47

Circular cladogram view of the phylogenetic tree obtained from NJ analysis on 569 accessions comprising a diversity panel of 384 G. hirsutum cultivars and a collection of 185 landrace accessions in a broad collection of Upland cottons of the Americas. Spikes are colored based on groups: Group 1 (blue color; G. barbadense accessions), Group 2 (red color; Southwestern cotton), Group 3 (green color; Mexican cotton), Group 4 (purple color; Western cotton), and Group 5 (yellow color; Mid-South and Southeastern cotton), and Group 6 (light blue; Guatemalan cotton). Accessions assigned to “mixed” are indicated in black.