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

Breeding & Genetic improvement Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Breeding-WestCentralAfrica

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

Breeding & Genetic improvement Climate change Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Climate-WestCentralAfrica Breeding-WestCentralAfrica

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...

Leaf reddening index as an indicator of leaf reddening malady in bt cotton hybrids: causes and remedies
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Disease control Biomol - Biotechnology Network coordination Network-MedMiddleEast Biomol - Biotech-Asia Disease-Asia-51 Breeding-Asia

Back to Content Authors Y. Rakshitha1, B. S. Janagoudar* and A. Amaregouda2 1 Postgraduate scholar, 2 Professor of Crop Physiology *        Correspondence : Dr. B. S. Janagoudar, Dean (Agri), College of Agriculture, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad – 580 005, Karnataka, India e-mail : bjanagoudar56@gmail.com, deanacd@uasd.i...

Molecular breeding: cotton transcriptome analysis, characterisation and validation of fibre strength genes assistive in marker assisted selection
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

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

Back to Content Author B.R.Patil,I.S. Katageri,B.M Khadi, G. Balasubramani, K.P.Raghvendra, J.Amudha, S.K.Deshpande Abstract The relative gene expression of GhcesA1, GhcesA2, and GhcesA7 orthologus of AtcesA8, AtcesA4, and AtcesA7 respectively, Ghcobl4, Ghfla3 and GhMT1genes using Recombinant Inbred Lines mapping population was studied through...

Maintaining Scheme of The Egyptian Cotton varieties
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

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Back to Content Author Gaber M. Hemaida  Cotton Research Institute, ARC, Egypt. Abstract In Egypt, the problem of cotton varieties deterioration has been the subject of concern since the early days of Egyptian cotton cultivation. It appears to be true, that many varieties in the early years of this century went out of cultivation because t...

Egyptian Cotton Breeding Program
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

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Back to Content Author Hasan Al-Adly Cotton Research Institute, Giza-Egypt Abstract All the Egyptian cotton varieties belong to Gossypium barbadense L. Egyptian cotton breeding program is unique and depends onbreeding pure progeny lines, therefore Egyptian cotton varieties have higher stability and continues for several years in common agr...

Keynote speech: Science – based technological innovations for textile development
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

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Back to Content Author Prof. Dr.  A. Hebeish National Research Centre, Textile Research Division Dokki, Cairo, Egypt Abstract See attachment Back to Content

Blending Cotton with Regenerated Cellulosic Fiber (Bamboo) to Obtain a More Durable Yarn
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

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Back to Content Authors Mohamed Neguib El-Banna1, A.A.A.El-Banna2, Mohamed A. M. El-Sayed Negm3, Mahmoud Ismail El-Bagoury4 and Dalia M. Nageeb5 1&2) Faculty Agriculture Saba Basha, Alexandria University, Egypt 3) Cotton Research Institute, Agriculture Research Center, Giza, Egypt 4&5) Cotton Arbitration & Testing General O...

MedMiddleEast - 12th Meeting - Content
By Michel Fok on Jun 15, 2019

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The 12th Meeting of the Inter-Regional Cooperative Research Network on Cotton for the Mediterranean and Middle East Regions took place on October 06- 10, 2015 in Sharm El-Sheikh, EGYPT Organizing committee (see attachment) List of participants (see attachment) Keynote speeches Future biotechnology in Cotton (Prof. Keshava R. KRANTHI) Sci...

JCR-Role of SNPs in determining QTLs for major traits in cotton
By Fan Qin on May 29, 2019

Breeding & Genetic improvement Agronomy & physiology Biomol - Biotechnology Cotton Breeding and Biotechnology JCR

Abstract: A single nucleotide polymorphism is the simplest form of genetic variation among individuals and can induce minor changes in phenotypic, physiological and biochemical characteristics. This polymorphism induces various mutations that alter the sequence of a gene which can lead to observed changes in amino acids. Several assays have been de...

Mep Plus – A Newly Registered PGR
By Muhammad Naveed Arshad on Apr 26, 2019

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ABSTRACT MepPlus is a premix of Mepiquat Chloride and Bacillus cereus (BP01). It gained full EPA registration in 1997 for use on cotton. The B. cereus component has a tolerance exemption on all crops. MepPlus was extensively tested by university researchers across the US cotton belt in 1996 and 1997. It provides both significantly higher lint yiel...

Effect of Four Growth Regulators
By Muhammad Naveed Arshad on Apr 26, 2019

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ABSTRACT The effect of four plant growth regulators (PGRs) on crop performance, fruiting pattern, yield and fiber quality in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) was evaluated in field experiments for two years in Greece. All four PGRs (Cytokin, Cytoplex, PHCA and Atonic) increased seedcotton yield and differences were related to effects on plant growth...

PGR IV Increased Cotton Yield by Affecting Various Fruiting Parameters
By Muhammad Naveed Arshad on Apr 26, 2019

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ABSTRACT The effect of the plant growth regulator PGR-IV on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) was evaluated in field experiments in up to eight locations, for three years (1995-97) in Greece. Seedcotton yields were increased by up to 20 % in most locations, compared to the control. The mean yield increase in all locations and years was 4.9%. This was co...

Heat Tolerance of Cotton Genotypes Assessed by Electrolyte Leakage, Chlorophyll Fluorescence Analysis and Performance in the Field in Pakistan
By Muhammad Naveed Arshad on Apr 26, 2019

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ABSTRACT Germination and emergence of 117 cotton accessions were tested in the laboratory at 43oC and 30oC. The absolute heat tolerance of detached leaves of the 117 accessions was tested by chlorophyll fluorescence analysis (CFA) and by electrolyte leakage tests. The heat tolerance of whole plants was examined in a large, modified growth chamber....

Glycinebetaine Treatment Improves Cotton Yields in Field Trials in Pakistan
By Muhammad Naveed Arshad on Apr 26, 2019

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ABSTRACT This study was designed to test the effectiveness of glycinebetaine (an osmoprotectant purified from sugar beet and applied as a spray of ‘Greenstim’) in improving the yields of cotton under normal cultivation conditions in the Punjab of Pakistan. Field trials were conducted in replicated small plots at two sites over two years to determi...

Exogenously-Applied Glycinebeyaine is Not Rapidly Re-Translocated in Cotton
By Muhammad Naveed Arshad on Apr 26, 2019

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ABSTRACT The redistribution of methyl-14C-glycinebetaine was examined after local application to young cotton plants at first flowering. Labelled glycinebetaine in a solution containing Tween-20 (0.05%) was applied to the surface of young or old leaves of cotton (cv. CIM-443) using a syringe. In some cases a self-sealing plastic bag was used to ma...