Comparative fiber property and transcriptome analyses reveal key genes potentially related to high fiber strength in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) line MD52ne

@inproceedings{Islam2016ComparativeFP,
  title={Comparative fiber property and transcriptome analyses reveal key genes potentially related to high fiber strength in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) line MD52ne},
  author={Md Sariful Islam and David D Fang and Gregory N. Thyssen and Chris D. Delhom and Yongliang Liu and Hee Jin Kim},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2016}
}
Individual fiber strength is an important quality attribute that greatly influences the strength of the yarn spun from cotton fibers. Fiber strength is usually measured from bundles of fibers due to the difficulty of reliably measuring strength from individual cotton fibers. However, bundle fiber strength (BFS) is not always correlated with yarn strength since it is affected by multiple fiber properties involved in fiber-to-fiber interactions within a bundle in addition to the individual fiber… CONTINUE READING
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