Introgression of genes for cotton leaf curl virus resistance and increased fiber strength from Gossypium stocksii into upland cotton (G. hirsutum).

@article{Nazeer2014IntrogressionOG,
  title={Introgression of genes for cotton leaf curl virus resistance and increased fiber strength from Gossypium stocksii into upland cotton (G. hirsutum).},
  author={Wajad Nazeer and S. A. Al Ahmad and Khalid Mahmood and Abdul Latif Khan Tipu and Abid Mahmood and B. Zhou},
  journal={Genetics and molecular research : GMR},
  year={2014},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          1133-43
        }
}
Cotton leaf curl virus disease is a major hurdle for successful cotton production in Pakistan. [] Key Method Hybridization was done under field condition at the Cotton Research Station, Multan, during 2010-11. Boll shedding was controlled by application of exogenous hormones. F1 seeds were treated with 0.03% colchicine solution for 6 h and germinated. Cytological observations at peak squaring/flowering stage showed that these plants were hexaploid, having 2n = 6x = 78 chromosomes. The F1 plants showed…

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