pdf registration of three germplasm lines of cotton

pdf registration of three germplasm lines of cotton

(PDF) Registration of 17 Upland ( Cotton Germplasm Lines

PDF On Nov 1, 2005, D.M. Stelly and others published Registration of 17 Upland ( Cotton Germplasm Lines Disomic for Different Chromosome or Arm Substitutions Find, read and cite all the

(PDF) Registration of Four Acala Cotton Germplasm Lines

Three Acala cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, designated as NM 970123 (Reg. No. GP-1045, PI 688432) and NM 990813 (Reg. No. GP-1046, (PDF) Registration of Four Acala Cotton Germplasm Lines Three Acala cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, designated as NM 970123 (Reg. No. GP-1045, PI 688432) and NM 990813 (Reg. No. GP-1046,

(PDF) Registration of GA 120R1B3 Germplasm Line of Cotton

Download full-text PDF Read Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton1 Reg. Nos. GP 164 to GP 166) capable of inducing somatic embryogenesis in diverse cotton species. Three Pee Dee (PDF) Registration of LONREN-1 and LONREN-2 Germplasm Registration of LONREN-1 and LONREN-2 Germplasm Lines of Upland Cotton Resistant to Reniform Nematode

(PDF) Registration of LONREN-1 and LONREN-2 Germplasm

Registration of LONREN-1 and LONREN-2 Germplasm Lines of Upland Cotton Resistant to Reniform Nematode (PDF) Registration of MS-01RKN, MS-24RKN, MS-30RKN, Registration of MS-01RKN, MS-24RKN, MS-30RKN, MS-33RKN, MS-35RKN, and MS-37RKN Cotton Germplasm Lines with Resistance to Root-Knot Nematode

(PDF) Registration of MS01RKN, MS24RKN, MS30RKN,

Registration of MS01RKN, MS24RKN, MS30RKN, MS33RKN, MS35RKN, and MS37RKN Cotton Germplasm Lines with Resistance to Root-Knot Nematode (PDF) Registration of Six Germplasm Lines of Cotton with Three upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, M713 Ren1 (Reg. No. GP-958, PI 665928), M713 Ren2 (Reg. No. GP-959, PI 665929), and M713 Ren5 (Reg. No. GP-960, PI

(PDF) Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton

Jan 01, 2012 · Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton Derived from L. Accession T2468 with Moderate Resistance to the Reniform Nematode January 2012 Journal of Plant Registrations 6(1) Assessing genetic variation for Fusarium wilt race 4 Jun 12, 2020 · Cotton (Gossypium spp.) is the most widely-grown natural fiber crop used by the textile industry. Fusarium wilt, caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum (FOV) comprised of eight nominal pathogenic races, is one of the most destructive diseases in cotton. FOV race 4 (FOV4) is an emerging threat to cotton production in the US. In this study, a total of 3258 lines including 3080

COTTON GERMPLASM STATUS REPORT 2005 FINAL

GERMPLASM:Silverleaf Whitefly Resistant Upland Cotton Germplasm NAME (DATE OF RELEASE):TAM 90C-19s and TAM 90J-57s (2001) INSTITUTION:TAES, Texas A&M University, College Station,TX GERMPLASM:Three Morphological Variant Upland Cotton Germplasm Lines NAME (DATE OF RELEASE):TAM 91A-104fg, TAM 91C-95Ls, and TAM 90O-24L (2001) Cotton Germplasm in India New Trends IntechOpenFeb 18, 2014 · The Catalogue of Cotton Genetic Resources was compiled based on germplasm data gathered all over the country, particularly at CICR Nagpur, Maharashtra state (Central zone) and its regional centres at Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu (Southern zone) and Sirsa in Haryana state (Northern zone) representing all the three major cotton growing zones of the

Employee Profiles College of Agriculture, Forestry and

Registration of PD 05064, PD 05069, PD 05070, and PD 05071 germplasm lines of cotton. Crop Science Society of America Journal of Plant Registrations. 9:358-362. Hung K. Doan and R. Michael Davis* - The National two noncommercial cotton lines, MD25-26ne and MD25-27, which have superior yield, fiber quality, and resistance against Fusarium wilt and root-knot nematodes, were released by the United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) (Meredith, 2013). These lines were reselections from MD 25 germplasm that, based

IJMS Free Full-Text Construction of Gossypium

Allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum and Gossypium barbadense) are cultivated worldwide for its white fiber. For centuries, conventional breeding approaches increase cotton yield at the cost of extensive erosion of natural genetic variability. Sea Island cotton (G. barbadense) is known for its superior fiber quality, but show poor adaptability as compared to Upland cotton. Identification of vegetative heattolerant upland cotton Dec 27, 2013 · Parameters were measured in three phases of heat stress assays to select candidate lines for introgression of increased heat tolerance into commercial cotton germplasm. Fortyfour wild accessions were selected from 1762 wild accessions in the USDA germplasm collection using a singleleaf sample assay (phase I).

Introgression genetics and breeding between Upland and

Mar 18, 2014 · The narrow genetic base of elite Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm has been a significant impediment to sustained progress in the development of cotton cultivars to meet the needs of growers and industry in recent years. The prospect of widening the genetic base of Upland cotton by accessing the genetic diversity and fiber quality of Pima cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) Mauricio Ulloa :USDA ARSRegistration of PSI 113 and PSI 425 germplasm lines of Pima cotton possessing superior fiber quality traits. Journal of Plant Registrations. 3(3):297-299. Genome regions' putative association with Fusarium wilt or root-knot nematode resistance in cotton.

Pedigrees of Upland and Pima Cotton Cultivars

2 Pedigrees of Upland and Pima Cotton Cultivars Released Between 1970 and 2005 (1) records from the Plant Variety Protection (PVP) Office, (2) Crop Science cultivar registration notices, and (3) Characteristics of Cotton Varieties Grown in Texas, editions 2 and 3 (Metzer et al. 1984, Metzer and Supak 1990, respectively). REGISTRATIONS OF GERMPLASMREGISTRATIONS OF GERMPLASM Registration of High Fiber Strength Cotton The yarn tenacity for 22-count yarn averaged 175.8 kN m kg21 Germplasm Line NM970513 for NM970513 and 130.3 kN m kg21 for Acala 1517-95. Similar fiber samples were submitted to the Texas Tech University

Registration of 14 primitive derived cotton germplasm

Nov 01, 2005 · The germplasm lines generally had lower yield and lint percentage (range 28-32%) compared with check cultivars. Except for M75-1, M8-2 and -3, and M237-2 boll weights were comparable to checks. Micronaire reading for M237-1, -2, and -3 was lower than checks while other germplasm lines were equal or higher than check cultivars. Registration of 17 upland (Gossypium hirsutum) cotton The high fibre quality and genetic uniformity of 3-79 and the availability of hypoaneuploid stocks in TM-1 background influenced the choice of parental lines. The 17 germplasm lines were released because attempts to incorporate genes from G. barbadense for exceptional fibre length, strength and fineness into Upland cotton have generally not

Registration of Arkot 9406ne, Arkot 9605ne, and Arkot

Registration of Arkot 9406ne, Arkot 9605ne, and Arkot 9631ne, Three Nectariless Germplasm Lines of Cotton. F.M. Bourland. Corresponding Author. E-mail address:[email protected] Cotton Incorporated, 6399 Weston Parkway, Cary, NC, 27513. Search for more papers by this author. Registration of CRB 252, an Upland Cotton Germplasm GERMPLASM 236 Journal of Plant Registrations, Vol. 4, No. 3, September 2010 The upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm line CRB 252 (Reg. No. GP-925, PI 658596) was devel-oped, evaluated, and jointly released in 2009 by the USDA-

Registration of CRB 252, an Upland Cotton Germplasm

GERMPLASM 236 Journal of Plant Registrations, Vol. 4, No. 3, September 2010 The upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm line CRB 252 (Reg. No. GP-925, PI 658596) was devel-oped, evaluated, and jointly released in 2009 by the USDA- Registration of Four Diverse Random-Mated Cotton populations can be used to broaden the germplasm base of upland cotton. Recent reports have focused on the narrow germplasm base and relatedness among current cotton cultivars (Van Esbroeck et al., 1999; Bowman et al., 2006). Three of these populations have 22 or more parents, and all have undergone nine generations of intermating.

Registration of S99-2281 Soybean Germplasm Line with

(relative maturity 5.2) line, was developed at the University of MissouriDelta Center, Portageville, MO. It was released because it is a productive soybean line with excellent resis-tance to frogeye leaf spot, caused by Cercospora sojina K. Hara, and resistance to three important nematode species. Registration of S99-2281 Soybean Germplasm Registration of Seven Spring Two-Rowed Barley inheritance of resistance in each unadapted line repre-sented in these germplasm lines, as well as, the genetic diversity for RWA resistance among these lines. Methods Each of the seven germplasm lines, STARS 0637B through STARS 0643B, was developed with three backcrosses of an unadapted RWA-resistant germplasm donor line as the

Registration of Six Tropical Maize Germplasm Lines

248 GERMPLASM Journal of Plant Registrations, Vol. 2, No. 3, September 2008 Field Performance As shown in Table 3, the selected six germplasm lines had acceptable yield potential, good husk cover, desirable plant and ear aspect scores, and good levels of resistance to ear rot, southern corn leaf blight, and southern corn rust. Registration of TIL:455, TIL:514, and TIL:642, Three Rice to identify SBR lines that were most suitable for intro-ducing novel SBR alleles into tropical japonica breed-ing programs, such as those in the United States. Methods The three germplasm lines were selected on the basis of both phenotypic and molecular data from among 262 backcross introgression lines rst developed at IRRI, being

Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton Derived

Jan 25, 2013 · Three upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, M713 Ren1 (Reg. No. GP958, PI 665928), M713 Ren2 (Reg. No. GP959, PI 665929), and M713 Ren5 (Reg. No. GP960, PI 665930) resistant to the reniform nematode, Rotylenchulus reniformis Linford and Oliveria were developed and jointly released by the USDAARS and the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton Derived Three upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, M713 Ren1 (Reg. No. GP958, PI 665928), M713 Ren2 (Reg. No. GP959, PI 665929), and

Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton Derived

Three upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, MT2468 Ren1 (Reg. No. GP944, PI 663908), MT2468 Ren2 (Reg. No. GP945, PI 663909), and MT2468 Ren3 (Reg. No. GP946, PI 663910), that are moderately resistant to the reniform nematode (Rotylenchulus reniformis Linford and Oliveria) were jointly developed and released by the USDAARS and the Mississippi Agricultural and Registration of Three Morphological Variant Upland Cotton Jul 01, 2001 · Three morphological variant germplasm lines of upland cotton, Gossypium hirsutum L., TAM 91A-104fg, TAM 91C-95Ls, and TAM 90O-24L (Reg. no. GP-727 to GP-729, PI 614951 to PI 614953) were developed by the Cotton Improvement Laboratory, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences at College Station, TX, and released in 1997.

Status of the USA cotton germplasm collection and crop

Nov 19, 2008 · Smith CW (2003b) Registration of TAM 94L-25 and TAM 94 J-3 germplasm lines of upland cotton with improved fiber length. Crop Sci 43:742743 Google Scholar Starr JL, Smith CW (1999) Registration of three root-knot nematode resistant germplasm lines of upland cotton. Status of the USA cotton germplasm collection and crop Table 3 Germplasm depositions recorded since the 1997 Cotton Germplasm Status Report Institution Germplasm a Name Reference USDA-ARS, CPSWPRC, Florence, SC 3 Germplasm Lines PD 93007, PD 93043, and PD 93046 May and Howle (1997a) USDA-ARS, CPSWPRC, Florence, SC 6 Germplasm Lines PD 93009, PD 93019, PD 93021, PD 93030, PD 93034, and PD 93057

(PDF) Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton

Registration of Three Germplasm Lines of Cotton Derived from L. Accession GB713 with Resistance to the Reniform Nematode January 2012 Journal of Plant Registrations 7(2):220

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