Effect of heat stress on cotton (gossypium hirsutuml.) fruit development and seed physical traits
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Agronomy & physiology Network coordination Agro-physio-Asia Network-MedMiddleEast

Back to Content Authors muhammad iqbal*, Sami Ul-Allah Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, UCA&ES, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur-PAKISTAN Abstract Cotton (G. hirsutum) is a crop of tropical and subtropical regions but despite of this, it is highly sensitive to heat stress. Heat stress during flowering and boll growth peri...

Land suitability for cotton to achieve sustainable land use
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Agronomy & physiology Network coordination Agro-phyisio-Med-MiddleEast Network-MedMiddleEast

Back to Content Authors Reaz Sokouti Oskoee1*, Farshid Talat 2 1 Associate Professor, Director of West Azerbaijan Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center, Urmia, Iran. 2 Assistant Professor, Cotton Biotechnologist, West Azerbaijan Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center, Urmia, Iran Abstract Main target of this stu...

Impact of potassium application on plant biomass and yield of cotton under agro-climatic conditions of southern punjab, pakistan
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Authors Dil Baugh Muhammad*, Muhammad Naveed Afzal*, Muhammad Tariq* and Zahid Iqbal Anjum** *Agronomy Section, Central Cotton Research Institute, Multan, Pakistan ** Cytogenetic Section, Central Cotton Research Institute, Multan, Pakistan Abstract The transgenic cotton cultivars require higher potassium and its deficien...

Use of Male Sterility in Cotton and Molecular markers for Fertility Restoration in CGMS of G.hirstum Cotton
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Biomol - Biotechnology Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Biomol - Biotech-Asia Breeding-Asia

Back to Content Authors I.S. Katageri, *Rashmi Ranjan Toppo, and B.M. Khadi  *Department of Biotechnology, College of Agriculture University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad - 580 005, India *Email: katageriis@uasd.in Abstract Cotton is one among the few often cross-pollinated crops, where the achievement of commercial exploitation of...

Development of better naturally colored cotton lines (gossypium hirsutum l.) regarding seed cotton yield, ginning outturn and fiber technological properties under kahramanmaras conditions
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Breeding-Asia Fiber Quality

Back to Content Author Lale Efe Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Faculty of Agriculture, Field Crops Department Abstract The aim of this project carried out in 2011-2013 under Kahramanmaras conditions was to develop superior lines for seed cotton yield, ginning outturn and fiber technological properties from four naturally coloured cot...

Extra-fine cotton improvement in sudan
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author Ahmed M. Mustafa, Maria Abdalla Abdelrahman Musa and Abdrahman Abdellatif Agricultural Research Corporation, Wad Medani, Sudan Abstract New Extra-fine cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) lines have been developed with intermediate reaction to bacterial blight disease. The advantage seed cotton yield of the lines over Ba...

Cotton research aspects in Greece
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author Tsaliki and A. Kaliva  Hellenic Agricultural Organization – DEMETER Plant Breeding and Genetic Resources Institute, Thermi Thessaloniki – Greece Abstract Cotton  is a  major  agricultural crop  in Greece, accounting  for more than 8 percent of total agricultural output. More than 55,000 farmers grow cotton, produc...

Cotton Cultivation in Non-traditional areas of Bangladesh
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Authors Md. Farid Uddin Executive Director Cotton Development Board, Khamarbari, Dhaka Bangladesh Abstract Bangladesh is the 2nd apparel producer of the world after China. The contribution of GDP and employment is the highest by Textile and Clothing sector of Bangladesh. There are 5000 RMG, 407 spinning mill, 396 knitwea...

Center Pivots “Applications & Management”
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Agronomy & physiology Network coordination Agro-phyisio-Med-MiddleEast Network-MedMiddleEast

Back to Content Authors Khaled Shalabi Agricultural Research Engineering Institute-ARC-Giza, Egypt Abstract The presentation sheds the lights on the importance of theirrigation applications and irrigation management. Irrigation applications that could be configured by center pivot and its sprinkler packagesto match the different soil types...

Advantages of the pivots irrigations systeme on els cotton varieties
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Agronomy & physiology Network coordination Agro-phyisio-Med-MiddleEast Network-MedMiddleEast

Back to Content Author Manuel Lopez Garcia (Departamento de algodon  de C.I.F.A. Las Torres SPAIN) Felipe Rey Montero (Director de investigación de Semillas Sostenibles Iberica) Abstract This study aims at a better understanding of yield and quality of fiber ELS varieties, using irrigation systems LEPA (low energie aplications precision) c...

Comparative chloroplast genome sequence analyses of gossypium thurberi with two cultivated allotetraploid gossypium species
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author Farshid Talat West Azerbaijan Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center, AREEO, Urmia, Iran Abstract The chloroplast is the sole site for photosynthetic activities in green plants and contains the whole enzymatic machinery needed for this purpose. Gossypium thurberi is a wild diploid species and also one of...

Association mapping for seed cotton yield, its contributing and fiber quality traits in Upland Cotton (G. hirsutum L.) germplasm lines.
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Breeding-Asia Fiber Quality

Back to Content Author Suresh handi and I.S.Katageri* *Professor and Head, Institute of Agribiotechnology, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka, INDIA, katageriis@uasd.in Abstract Determination of the genetic  basis of complex quantitative traits has been one of the major scientific challenges in the process of crop i...

The history, development and future of cotton extension in india
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author USHA RANI Senior Scientist, Central Institute for Cotton Research, ICAR, Regional Station, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India Abstract The influence of Extension in Indian Cotton sector is time immemorial, influential and imperative. Extension in cotton started during the American civil war, when the Confederacy has stopp...

Determination of Some Agricultural and Technological Properties of Cotton Planted As Second-Crop in Wheat-Cotton Cultivation System
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author Sema Basbag*                                       Remzi Ekinci* *Dicle University Faculty of Agriculture, Field Crops Department 21280- Diyarbakır, sbasbag@dicle.edu.tr Abstract The opportunity to increase agricultural areas is limited so that increasing demands can be achieved by producing more products from existe...

Designing African rainfed cotton ideotype by simulation
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author ROMAIN LOISON CIRAD – France Abstract Crop simulation models (CSM) dynamically estimate agricultural production as a function of weather and soil conditions, and crop management. They can be used for evaluating cultivars in  actual and future tropical conditions. In Northern Cameroon, cotton (Gossypiumhirsutum L.) is...

Morpho-physiological traits conferring drought adaptation among cotton genotypes in Cameroon
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to Content Author ROMAIN LOISON CIRAD – France Abstract In Cameroon, water shortage is the major abiotic factor limiting cotton (Gossypiumhirsutum L) yield and lint quality. Understanding cotton physiological responses to water supply and their consequences on growth and development therefore provides insight into the problem of yield...

Sixty Years Of Cotton Breeding In Cameroon: Interaction Between Genetic Improvement And Rainfed Cropping Conditions
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Climate change Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Climate-WestCentralAfrica Breeding-WestCentralAfrica Cotton and Environmrnt

Back to Content Author ROMAIN LOISON CIRAD – France Abstract Seed cotton (Gossypium  hirsutum L) yield in Northern Cameroon has been declining since the 80s despite breeding efforts. We used a set of widely grown cotton cultivars released at  different dates to study genetic improvement under different cropping conditions in Cameroon, and i...

Ecophysiological analysis and modeling of genotype by environment by crop management interactions on cotton (gossypium hirsutum l.) in cameroon for the design of ideotypes
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Agronomy & physiology Network coordination Agro-physio-West-Central-Africa Network-MedMiddleEast Breeding-WestCentralAfrica Cotton and Environmrnt

Back to Content Author ROMAIN LOISON CIRAD – France Abstract Cotton lint is the first natural fiber used in the world. Cotton provides income to more than 10 million people in West and Central Africa. In Cameroon, it is produced in rainfed conditions and water shortage is the major abiotic factor limiting yield and lint quality. In this co...

A graphical method to determine dominant and recessive gene percents using diallel analysis in cotton
By Michel Fok on Jun 16, 2019

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Back to content Authors Ercan EFE KahramanmarasSutcuimam University, TURKEY Abstract In diallel analysis widely used by plant breeders, WrvsVr graph gives important knowledge about the parents. In this graph, it’s possible to interpret distribution of dominant and recessive genes among the parents by investigating the relations between W*r...

Effects of interspecific hybridization on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.*Gossypium Barbadense L.)
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Biomol - Biotechnology Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Biomol - Biotech-Asia Breeding-Asia

Back to Content Authors Mehmet ÇOBAN1, Aydın ÜNAY2, Hakan ÇİFCİ3,Birnur İLHAN4 1Cotton Research Institute, 09800 Nazilli, Turkey 2Department of Crop Science, Adnan Menderes University, 09100 Aydin, Turkey 3Sheep Breeding Research Institute, 10200 Bandırma, Turkey 4General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies, 06171 Anka...