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Thematic Series

Cotton High Speed Phenotyping

This collection is a Thematic Series of the Journal of Cotton Research.

Edited by: 
Prof. Eric F. Hequet, Texas Tech University, USA
Dr. Glen Ritchie, Texas Tech University, USA

High speed phenotyping is critical to improve cotton research and production. It can be applied to large scale commercial fields, research fields, breeding lines, and even at the individual plant level. The main goals are to improve yield, fiber quality, stress and disease resistance, etc. Recently, advances in high speed phenotyping in cotton have been achieved. This thematic series aims to report the main findings of research topic.

Published articles in this collection

  1. Recent technological advances in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) phenotyping have offered tools to improve the efficiency of data collection and analysis. High-throughput phenotyping (HTP) is a non-destructive and...

    Authors: Irish Lorraine B. PABUAYON, Yazhou SUN, Wenxuan GUO and Glen L. RITCHIE
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:18
  2. Manganese (Mn) is an essential microelement in cottonseeds, which is usually determined by the techniques relied on hazardous reagents and complex pretreatment procedures. Therefore a rapid, low-cost, and reag...

    Authors: En YU, Rubing ZHAO, Yunfei CAI, Jieqiong HUANG, Cheng LI, Cong LI, Lei MEI, Lisheng BAO, Jinhong CHEN and Shuijin ZHU
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:12
  3. Cotton fiber maturity is an important property that partially determines the processing and performance of cotton. Due to difficulties of obtaining fiber maturity values accurately from every plant of a geneti...

    Authors: Hee Jin KIM, Yongliang LIU, David D. FANG and Christopher D. DELHOM
    Citation: Journal of Cotton Research 2019 2:8