Gene expression changes and early events in cotton fibre development.

  title={Gene expression changes and early events in cotton fibre development.},
  author={Jinsuk J. Lee and Andrew W Woodward and Z. Jeffrey Chen},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  volume={100 7},
BACKGROUND Cotton is the dominant source of natural textile fibre and a significant oil crop. Cotton fibres, produced by certain species in the genus Gossypium, are seed trichomes derived from individual cells of the epidermal layer of the seed coat. Cotton fibre development is delineated into four distinct and overlapping developmental stages: fibre initiation, elongation, secondary wall biosynthesis and maturation. SCOPE Recent advances in gene expression studies are beginning to provide… CONTINUE READING
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