Simple sequence repeat marker associated with a natural leaf defoliation trait in tetraploid cotton.

  title={Simple sequence repeat marker associated with a natural leaf defoliation trait in tetraploid cotton.},
  author={Ibrokhim Y Abdurakhmonov and Alisher A. Abdullaev and Sukumar Saha and Zabardast T. Buriev and Denis D. Arslanov and Z Kuryazov and Gafurjon Tom Mavlonov and Sofiya M. Rizaeva and Umesh K Reddy and Jonnie N. Jenkins and Abdusattor A Abdukarimov},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  volume={96 6},
Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) leaf defoliation has a significant ecological and economical impact on cotton production. Thus the utilization of a natural leaf defoliation trait, which exists in wild diploid cotton species, in the development of tetraploid cultivated cotton will not only be cost effective, but will also facilitate production of very high-grade fiber. The primary goal of our research was to tag loci associated with natural leaf defoliation using microsatellite markers in Upland… CONTINUE READING


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