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World Cotton Germplasm Resources

Edited by Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov

Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan

Preservation of plant germplasm resources is vitally important for mankind to supply food and product security in the globalization and technological advances of the 21st century. Mankind preserved a wealth of available genetic resources of many plant species worldwide. One of the such worldwide plant germplasm resources is available for cotton, a unique natural fiber producing cash crop for mankind. Worldwide cotton germplasm collections exist in Australia, Brazil, China, India, France, Pakistan, Turkey, Russia, United States of America, and Uzbekistan. 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 for plant research community and students to gather important information on worldwide cotton germplasm resources.

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World Cotton Germplasm ResourcesEdited by Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov

Published: July 2nd 2014

DOI: 10.5772/56978

ISBN: 978-953-51-1622-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5395-5

Copyright year: 2014

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18036 Total Chapter Downloads

13 Crossref Citations

42 Web of Science Citations

37 Dimensions Citations

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1. Australian Cotton Germplasm Resources

By Warwick N. Stiller and Iain W. Wilson

1340

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2. Cotton Germplasm Resources in China

By Yinghua Jia, Junling Sun and Xiongming Du

1329

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3. Exploitation of Chinese Upland Cotton Cultivar Germplasm Resources to Mine Favorable QTL Alleles Using Association Mapping

By Hongxian Mei, Xiefei Zhu, Wangzhen Guo, Caiping Cai and Tianzhen Zhang

1220

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4. Cotton Germplasm in India — New Trends

By S.S. Narayanan, Parchuri Vidyasagar and K. Srinivasu Babu

2004

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5. Usefulness and Utilization of Indian Cotton Germplasm

By N. Manikanda Boopathi, S. Sathish, P. Dachinamoorthy, P. Kavitha and R. Ravikesavan

2239

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6. Cotton Germplasm of Pakistan

By Mehboob ur-Rahman, Zainab Rahmat, Abid Mahmood, Khalid Abdullah and Yusuf Zafar

2018

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7. The U.S. National Cotton Germplasm Collection – Its Contents, Preservation, Characterization, and Evaluation

By Richard G. Percy, James E. Frelichowski, Mark D. Arnold, Todd B. Campbell, Jane K. Dever, David D. Fang, Lori L. Hinze, Dorrie Main, Jodi Scheffler, Monica A. Sheehan, Mauricio Ulloa, Jing Yu and John Yu

1425

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8. The Diploid D Genome Cottons (Gossypium spp.) of the New World

By Mauricio Ulloa

1588

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9. Broadening the Genetic Base of Upland Cotton in U.S. Cultivars – Genetic Variation for Lint Yield and Fiber Quality in Germplasm Resources

By Linghe Zeng

1411

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10. Cytogenetic Collection of Uzbekistan

By Marina Sanamyan, Julia Petlyakova, Emma Rakhmatullina and Elnora Sharipova

1827

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11. Cotton Germplasm Collection of Uzbekistan

By Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov, Alisher Abdullaev, Zabardast Buriev, Shukhrat Shermatov, Fahriddin N. Kushanov, Abdusalom Makamov, Umid Shapulatov, Sharof S. Egamberdiev, Ilkhom B. Salakhutdinov, Mirzakamol Ayubov, Mukhtor Darmanov, Azoda T. Adylova, Sofiya M. Rizaeva, Fayzulla Abdullaev, Shadman Namazov, Malohat Khalikova, Hakimjon Saydaliev, Viktor A. Avtonomov, Marina Snamyan, Tillaboy K. Duiesenov, Jura Musaev, Abdumavlyan A. Abdullaev and Abdusattor Abdukarimov

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