2 edition of Primitive cotton germplasm found in the catalog.
Primitive cotton germplasm
J. C. McCarty
|Series||USA, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Technical Bulletin -- 202.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, J. N., Tang, B., Mississippi State University.|
|The Physical Object|
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A random‐mated population involving four cultivars of Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) and 30 day‐neutral primitive accessions, RMPAP‐C4 (Reg. No. GP‐, PI ) was developed and jointly released by the USDA–ARS and the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station in This population involved five cycles of random mating following the cross of 30 day. Primitive Home Decors Berry Vine Check Curtain Panels 63 Inch - Barn Red. out of 5 stars Get it as soon as Thu, Feb FREE Shipping by Amazon. Only 5 left in stock - order soon. Park Designs Wine Sturbridge Lined Panel 72 x out of 5 stars More Buying Choices. $ (4 new offers) Stars And Berries 63" Curtain g: germplasm.
Primitive accession derived germplasm by cultivar crosses as sources for cotton improvement: II. Genetic effects and genotypic values. Abstract The primitive, upland cotton landrace collection represents one of the untapped genetic resources in cotton breeding programs. Efforts to utilize these resources have been slow, but the development of day-neutral converted germplasm lines offers tremendous potential for broadening the genetic base in upland cotton. Using topcross hybrids.
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Cotton germplasm: Characteristics of 79 day-neutral primitive race accessions (Technical bulletin) [J. C McCarty] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Primitive Cotton Germplasm McCarty is a research agronomist and Jenkins is a research geneticist with the USDA-ARS Crop Science Research Laboratory at Mississippi State Uni- project was supported by USDA-ARS in cooperation with the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment more information.
Abstract: Primitive accession derived germplasm of cotton, Gossypium hirsutum L., may provide useful traits for cultivar improvement. The ability to predict advanced generation performance when crossed with commercial cultivars would enhance their utility and Cited by: Primitive ancestors of cotton contain diversity for trait improvement; however, many of these accessions have a short-day flowering response (photoperiodic) and are not readily useable in breeding programs.
Primitive cotton germplasm book this study, day-neutral derived primitive germplasm lines were evaluated in field trials for two by: The objective of World Cotton Germplasm Resources book is to present readers with updated information on existing cotton germplasm resources, highlighting detailed inventory, description, storage conditions, characterization and utilization as well as challenges and perspectives.
This book should be a comprehensive encyclopedic reading source. The objective of World Cotton Germplasm Resources book is to present readers with updated information on existing cotton germplasm resources, highlighting detailed inventory, description, storage conditions, characterization and utilization as well as challenges and by: 5.
Cotton, Gossypium hirsutum L., is grown primarily for its spinnable fibers. To meet textile mill requirements and producer demands, both fiber quality and yield must be improved. This study was con Primitive Accession Derived Germplasm by Cultivar Crosses as Sources for Cotton Improvement - McCarty - - Crop Science - Wiley Online Library.
Cotton germplasm resources. Abdullaev et al. del and Albert ; Adams et al. These New World allotetraploid cottons include the commercially important species, G. hirsutum and G. barbadense, which are widely cultivated worldwide (Abdurakhmonov ; Campbell et al. hirsutum (referred to as also Acala, Moco, Cambodia, or Upland cotton) is the most widely cultivated (90%) andCited by: 3.
The objective of World Cotton Germplasm Resources book is to present readers with updated information on existing cotton germplasm resources. cotton germplasm collection with a wide g eographic cover- age represented by 4 continents, ~33 geographic regions, and ~ countries (T ables 1, 2; Fig.
Genetic diversity for agronomic and ﬁber traits in day-neutral accessions derived from primitive cotton germplasm Jack C. McCarty1,∗, Jixiang Wu2 & Johnie N.
Jenkins1 1USDA-ARS, Crop Science Research Laboratory, Highway 12 East, P.O. BoxMississippi State, MS. Primitive Muslin Cotton Primitive Muslin by Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics Order 15 yds or more of any single Primitive Muslin fabric and receive 20% OFF the price per g: germplasm.
Interpretive Summary: Global cotton germplasm resources are important sanctuaries of important genes and genetic variability that can be used to improve cotton resistance against biotic and abiotic stresses with high productivity and fiber quality.
The overall objective of this book chapter is to present a detail review on the diversity of. Developed and maintained by several leading cotton research institutions in Uzbekistan, cotton germplasm collections preserve o major cotton germplasm accessions of Gossypium species, wild, primitive, pre-domesticated landraces stocks, cultivar and breeding lines, mutants, genetic and cytogenetic stocks, and various types of within Cited by: 3.
QUISENBERRY J. and MeMICnAEL B. Genetic variation among cotton germplasm for water-use efficiency. ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTCotton (Gossypium spp.) genotypes including three species, five modern cultivars, one strain and 18 primitive race.
Long-term cotton genetic improvement is dependent upon the careful introduction and exploitation of new genetic variation. One of the largely untapped reservoirs of genetic diversity available to cotton breeders resides in the primitive Gossypium hirsutum L.
landrace collection. cotton’s genetic diversity, conversion of photoperiodic primitive races of cotton to day-neutrality, germplasm enhancement for improved fiber quality, and breeding for root-knot and reniform nematode resistance. Awards and Recognitions S. Year Award/Recognition 1 Senior Research Scientist of the Year, USDA-Agricultural.
Keeping all this in view the current study was conducted to access genetic diversity in germplasm of upland cotton (G. hirsutum L.) in Pakistan. Materials and Methods. Regionally adapted 50 cotton genotypes were evaluated under field conditions during summer ().
Delinted seeds of all genotypes were grown in a twice replicated randomized Cited by: 1. A collection of germplasm usually includes primitive landraces and wild species related to particular crops, and developed varieties and breeders' lines.
Germplasm is used to develop new plant varieties for food, feed, fiber, turf, forages, and ornamentals and for forestry, industrial, and medicinal purposes.
Abstract. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is the world’s leading fiber crop, grown or processed in many countries, providing a major contribution to their is economically most important to a producer which drives cultivar development and adoption; however, fiber quality is the primary focus for spinning by: 3.
Abstract. The Gossypium genus has more than 50 species that are available to use as germplasm; 5 species, including G. hirsutum, are allotetraploids while the rest are diploid 7 races of G.
hirsutum are directly usable as a germplasm resource with photoperiodism as the main barrier. The sister tetraploids require further effort to be utilized as germplasm for G. hirsutum Cited by: Germplasm cannot be fully utilized until it is evaluated for useful traits.
The objective of this study was to screen 79 day-neutral primitive accessions of cotton, Gossypium hirsutum L., for resistance to the southern root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid and White) Chitwood race 3.You searched for: primitive cotton! Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
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