EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Regulation of fibre formation in forms of cotton with different genomes


, : Regulation of fibre formation in forms of cotton with different genomes. 1 S"ezd fiziologov rastenii Uzbekistana, Tashkent, 16-18 dekabrya, 1991: Tezisy dokladov: 163

Content of beta -glucan (a precursor of cellulose) and glucan synthetase activity were studied in fibre 7-10 and 20-22 days old in various forms. Maximum accumulation of beta -glucan and glucan synthetase was found in fibre 7-10 days old. In contrast to the younger fibre, in which the cellulose precursor was predominantly synthesized, older fibre synthesized more cellulose, the amount of which did not depend on the quality of the precursor.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 002477092

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Zhalilov, O.; Nazirov, N.N.; Babaev, D.M., 1977: Producing forms and varieties of cotton with high-quality fibre. In a technological analysis of a morphologically uniform F3 family of 19 plants obtained by crossing AN Chimbaiabad with AN401, morphological uniformity was found to be no guarantee of even relative technological uniformity: fibre length varied fr...

Popova, P.Y.; Akkuzhin, D.; Said Azizov, D.S.; Abduraimova, S., 1978: Inheritance of some characters of the cotton fibre following the hybridization of geographically distant forms. The inheritance of fibre quality was studied in hybrrids between varieties of tropical origin with good-quality fibre and local Soviet varieties. Some segregates were promising.

Akhmedov, Ba, 1981: Photoperiodic regulation of the formation of winged forms in aphids Aphis gossypii, Aphis craccivora harmful to cotton in Azerbaidzhan. Izvestiia Seriia biologicheskikh nauk Akademiia nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR: ) 90-94

Akhemdov B.A., 1981: Photoperiodicity of the regulation of formation of winged forms in aphids aphis gossypii and aphis craccivora which infect cotton in the azerbaijan ssr ussr. Experimental data showed that in the species studied a short day stimulated formation of winged forms, with the maximal effect observed under a 12-h photoperiod. Results were in agreement with the phenology of these species. In these species unint...

Vlasyuk, P.A.; Klimovitskaya, Z.M., 1952: Effects of the forms of potassium fertilizer on formation of carbohydrates and the content of various forms of phosphorus in irrigated cotton.. For the yields of irrigated cotton supplied with NP, the most effective form of K fertilizer is K2SO4 alone or combined with KCl or MgO. Most of the carbohydrates in the plants concentrated in the stems during flowering and afterwards moved to the...

Zhao, X.P.; Si, Y.; Hanson, R.E.; Crane, C.F.; Price, H.J.; Stelly, D.M.; Wendel, J.F.; Paterson, A.H., 1998: Dispersed repetitive DNA has spread to new genomes since polyploid formation in cotton. Polyploid formation has played a major role in the evolution of many plant and animal genomes; however, surprisingly little is known regarding the subsequent evolution of DNA sequences that become newly united in a common nucleus. Of particular in...

Anonymous, 1986: Possible causes of the formation of short fibre in the preparation of sound cotton. The amounts of short fibre formed in ginning by hand and by machine from six cultivars of seed cotton are compared. An index of floating fibres is used to define short fibres.

Wang, H-Yun.; Wang, J.; Gao, P.; Jiao, G-Li.; Zhao, P-Ming.; Li, Y.; Wang, G-Ling.; Xia, G-Xian., 2008: Down-regulation of GhADF1 gene expression affects cotton fibre properties. Cotton fibre is the most important natural fibres for textile industry. To date, the mechanism that governs the development of fibre traits is largely unknown. In this study, we have characterized the function of a member of the actin depolymerizi...

Prakash, A.H.; Gopalakrishnan, N.; Khader, S.E.S.A., 2004: In vitro fibre development in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) I. Hormonal regulation. In vitro fibre development was initiated in cotton (G. hirsutum) cv. LRA 5166 by culturing 3-day-old fertilized ovules. The ovules were cultured on standard basal mediums (MS and TM) containing different hormone combinations. Fibre initiation took...

Padmalatha, K.Venkata.; Dhandapani, G.; Kanakachari, M.; Kumar, S.; Dass, A.; Patil, D.Prabhakar.; Rajamani, V.; Kumar, K.; Pathak, R.; Rawat, B.; Leelavathi, S.; Reddy, P.Sudhakar.; Jain, N.; Powar, K.N.; Hiremath, V.; Katageri, I.S.; Reddy, M.K.; Solanke, A.U.; Reddy, V.Siva.; Kumar, P.Ananda., 2012: Genome-wide transcriptomic analysis of cotton under drought stress reveal significant down-regulation of genes and pathways involved in fibre elongation and up-regulation of defense responsive genes. Cotton is an important source of natural fibre used in the textile industry and the productivity of the crop is adversely affected by drought stress. High throughput transcriptomic analyses were used to identify genes involved in fibre development...