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Advances in Cotton Research

Advances in Cotton Research is an interdisciplinary book dealing with diverse topics related to recent developments in cotton improvement. It discusses the latest research in the field of Bt cotton, abiotic stress, strategies to combat various abiotic stresses, the potential use of cotton biomass for bioenergy production as well as factors influencing cotton spinning. This book provides advanced knowledge for cotton breeders, researchers in related fields, students, life science researchers, and interested readers.

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Advances in Cotton ResearchEdited by Mahmood-Ur- Rahman Ansari

Published: March 25th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77828

ISBN: 978-1-78984-354-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-353-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78984-311-8

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: Recent Trends in “Cotton Research”

By Parwasha Zaib, Muhammad Iqbal, Roshina Shahzadi, Hafiz Muhammad Ahmad, Bilal Rasool, Shahbaz Ali Khan and Mahmood-ur-Rahman Ansari


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2. Tritrophic Association between Bt Cotton, Arthropod Pest and Natural Enemies

By Muhammad Rafiq Shahid, Muhammad Shakeel, Muhammad Farooq, Saghir Ahmad and Abid Mahmood


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3. Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Cotton

By Aamir Hassan, Muhammad Ijaz, Abdul Sattar, Ahmad Sher, Sami-Ullah, Iqra Rasheed, Muhammad Zain Saleem and Ijaz Hussain


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4. Bioenergy Recovery from Cotton Stalk

By Rafat Al Afif, Christoph Pfeifer and Tobias Pröll


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5. Analyzing Chemical and Physical Variations in Selected Cotton Wires at Ambient Temperatures and Conditions

By Clara Silvestre de Souza and José U.L. Mendes


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