JCR| The effect of time and type of stress moderators on yield and yield components of cotton on conventional and double-cropping systems under saline conditions
By Fan Qin on Oct 19, 2021

Agronomy & physiology JCR

[Background] Today, stress moderators are employed to mitigate crop loss due to the adverse effects of environmental stress. The current research aimed to investigate the impacts of time and stress moderator types on agro-physiological responses of cotton on conventional and double-cropping systems during 2017 and 2018 under saline conditions. A sp...

JCR| Knockdown of 60S ribosomal protein L14-2 reveals their potential regulatory roles to enhance drought and salt tolerance in cotton
By Fan Qin on Oct 19, 2021

Agronomy & physiology Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Background] Cotton is a valuable economic crop and the main significant source of natural fiber for textile industries globally. The effects of drought and salt stress pose a challenge to strong fiber and large-scale production due to the ever-changing climatic conditions. However, plants have evolved a number of survival strategies, among them is...

JCR | Tolerance of Pima and Upland cotton to trifloxysulfuron (Envoke) herbicide under field conditions
By Fan Qin on Oct 19, 2021

Weed control JCR

[Abstract] Trifloxysulfuron (Envoke) is an acetolactate synthase-inhibitor herbicide and can be used to control many broadleaf weeds and nutsedges in cotton production. However, there is a lack of information on genotypic variation in response to the herbicide. In this field study, 60 Pima (Gossypium barbadense L.) lines, 122 Upland (G. hirsutum L....

JCR | Current advances in pathogen-plant interaction between Verticillium dahliae and cotton provide new insight in the disease management
By Fan Qin on Oct 19, 2021

Disease control Crop Protection Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Abstract] Verticillium wilt is the second serious vascular wilt caused by the phytopathogenic fungus Verticillium dahliae Kleb. It has distributed worldwide, causing serious yield losses and fiber quality reduction in cotton production. The pathogen has developed different mechanisms like the production of cell wall degrading enzymes, activation o...

JCR | Zinc finger transcription factor ZAT family genes confer multi-tolerances in Gossypium hirsutum L.
By Fan Qin on Aug 31, 2021

Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Abstract] ZAT (Zinc Finger of Arabidopsis thaliana) proteins are composed of a plant-specific transcription factor family, which play an important role in plant growth, development, and stress resistance. To study the potential function of ZAT family in cotton, the whole genome identification, expression, and structure analysis of ZAT gene family...

JCR | Improved Gossypium raimondii genome using a Hi-C-based proximity-guided assembly
By Fan Qin on Aug 31, 2021

Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Introduction] Genome sequence plays an important role in both basic and applied studies. Gossypium raimondii, the putative contributor of the D subgenome of upland cotton (G. hirsutum), highlights the need to improve the genome quality rapidly and efficiently. [Methods] We performed Hi-C sequencing of G. raimondii and reassembled its genome bas...

JCR | Research progress in the population differentiation and geographical adaptation of cotton
By Fan Qin on Aug 4, 2021

Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Abstract] Recently, Du and his team revealed the genomic basis of population differentiation and geographical distribution of Chinese cultivated G. hirsutum(upland cotton). Our previous study showed that the large-scale inversions on chromosome A08 are widely distributed in a core collection of upland cotton and have driven population differentiat...

JCR | Evolution of pectin synthesis relevant galacturonosyltransferase gene family and its expression during cotton fiber development
By Fan Qin on Aug 4, 2021

Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Background] Pectin is a key substance involved in cell wall development, and the galacturonosyltransferases (GAUTs) gene family is a critical participant in the pectin synthesis pathway. Systematic and comprehensive research on GAUTshas not been performed in cotton. Analysis of the evolution and expression patterns of the GAUT gene family in diffe...

JCR | Genetic variability for yield and fiber related traits in genetically modified cotton
By Fan Qin on Jul 27, 2021

Breeding & Genetic improvement Agronomy & physiology JCR

[Background] Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is grown for fiber and oil purposes in tropical and sub-tropical areas of the world. Pakistan is the 4th largest producer of cotton. It has a significant contribution in the GDP of Pakistan. Therefore, the present study was performed to assess the genetic variations and genetic diversity of yield and fibe...

JCR | Identification and expression analysis of Tubulin gene family in upland cotton
By Fan Qin on Jul 16, 2021

Uncategorized Biomol - Biotechnology Breeding JCR

[Background] Cotton fibers are single-celled extensions of the seed epidermis, a model tissue for studying cytoskeleton. Tubulin genes play a critical role in synthesizing the microtubules (MT) as a core element of the cytoskeleton. However, there is a lack of studies concerning the systematic characterization of the tubulin gene family in cotton....

COTTON WEBINAR 10th Edition 9.00AM To 11.00AM (ET) 7 July 2021
By Keshav Kranthi on Jun 11, 2021

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COTTON WEBINAR 9th Edition 8.00AM To 10.00AM (ET) 2 June 2021
By Keshav Kranthi on May 28, 2021

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  Better Together -International Partnerships Can Solve Threats to Cotton Production Speaker: Dr. Jodi Scheffler. Research Geneticist Plants. USDA-ARS. Stoneville, Mississippi, United States When the seed breaks, when the fibre sticks... Some contaminants of cotton Speakers: Dr Bruno Bachelier. Assistant Unit Director, Cotton S...

Genome-wide association study of micronaire using a natural population of representative upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)
By Fan Qin on May 7, 2021

Biomol - Biotechnology JCR

[Background] Micronaire is a comprehensive index reflecting the fineness and maturity of cotton fiber. Micronaire is one of the important internal quality indicators of the cotton fiber and is closely related to the value of the cotton fiber. Understanding the genetic basis of micronaire is required for the genetic improvement of the trait. However...

Increasing plant density increases Bt toxin concentration of boll wall in cotton by decreasing boll setting speed
By Fan Qin on May 7, 2021

Agronomy & physiology Biomol - Biotechnology Agro-physio-Asia JCR

[Background] In order to uncover the mechanism of significantly reduced insect resistance at the late developmental stage in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), the relationship between boll setting rate under different planting densities and Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) insecticidal concentrations in the boll wall were investigated in the present study...

Integrated transcriptome and proteome analysis reveals complex regulatory mechanism of cotton in response to salt stress
By Fan Qin on May 7, 2021

Agronomy & physiology JCR

[Background] Soil salt stress seriously restricts the yield and quality of cotton worldwide. To investigate the molecular mechanism of cotton response to salt stress, a main cultivated variety Gossypium hirsutum L. acc. Xinluzhong 54 was used to perform transcriptome and proteome integrated analysis. [Results] Through transcriptome analysis in c...

Association mapping and domestication analysis to dissect genetic improvement process of upland cotton yield-related traits in China
By Fan Qin on May 7, 2021

Breeding & Genetic improvement Biomol - Biotechnology Biomol - Biotech-Asia JCR

[Background] Cotton fiber yield is a complex trait, which can be influenced by multiple agronomic traits. Unravelling the genetic basis of cotton fiber yield-related traits contributes to genetic improvement of cotton. [Results] In this study, 503 upland cotton varieties covering the four breeding stages (BS1–BS4, 1911–2011) in China were used f...

Dr. Zahoor Ahmad, First Chairman of the Asian Cotton R & D Network Died Due to COVID-19
By M. Rafiq Chaudhry on Apr 30, 2021

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Dr. Zahoor Ahmad suffered from COVID-19 for over two weeks and died in a hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan on April 20, 2021. Dr. Ahmad was the founding Chairman of the Asian Cotton Research & Development Network, established in June/July 1999.  Dr. Ahmad was Director of the Central Cotton Research Institute, Multan, Pakistan when he hosted a Reg...

COTTON WEBINAR 8th Edition 8.00AM To 10.00AM (ET) 5 May 2021
By Keshav Kranthi on Apr 22, 2021

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COTTON WEBINAR 8.00 AM to 10.00 AM (Eastern Time) 5 May 2021 Dr Eric Hequet: Topic: Importance of non-HVI (High Volume Instrument) Cotton Fiber Properties Dr PG Patil: Topic: Wealth from Waste: Cotton By-Products Value Addition  

Review of oxidative stress and antioxidative defense mechanisms in Gossypium hirsutum L. in response to extreme abiotic conditions
By Fan Qin on Apr 17, 2021

Agronomy & physiology JCR

[Abstract] Oxidative stress occurs when crop plants are exposed to extreme abiotic conditions that lead to the excessive production and accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Those extreme abiotic conditions or stresses include drought, high temperature, heavy metals, salinity, and ultraviolet radiation, and they cause yield and quality los...

The ICAC RECORDER March 2021 Special issue on Pink Bollworm
By Keshav Kranthi on Apr 1, 2021

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Dear Researchers, Please see the latest issue of the ICAC RECORDER March 2021 special on Pink Bollworm. Best Regards. Keshav Kranthi, ICAC.