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Drought Stress in Cotton 2020 | Scholarly Literature

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Drought Stress in Cotton 2020

A comprehensive list of published literature in year 2020 on drought stress in cotton, tolerance, and its effects is prepared for scholarly purposes.

Drought stress is a multi-dimensional factor which cause a significant change in plant physiology, morphology, biochemistry, and molecular characteristics. Plants are improving their tolerance mechanism to withstand drought stress. However, tolerance dependence and mechanisms are different for each plant species.

Scholarly Literature on Drought Stress in Cotton 2020

A list of all scholarly articles published in the year 2020 on drought stress in cotton:

  1. Insight to drought stress signal iin plant and genetics of cotton drought resistance (Mahmood et al. 2020).
  2. A histone de-acetylase, GhHDT4D, is positively-involve in cotton responses to drought stress (Zhang et al. 2020).
  3. Tandem mass-tag based, TMT, quantitative proteomic analyses reveal the responses of fine root to drought stress in cotton (G. hirsutum) (Xiao et al. 2020).
  4. Quantifying individual and inter-active effect of elevated temperatures and drought stress on cotton fibre quality and yield (Gao et al. 2020).
  5. Melatonin improve the germination rates of cotton seed under drought stress by pore opening in the seed-coat (Bai et al. 2020).
  6. High-nitrogen enhances cotton drought tolerance through anti-oxidant enzymatic activity, nitrogen metabolisms and osmotic adjustments (Iqbal et al. 2020).
  7. Genome wide identifications and functional characterizations of cotton (G. hirsutum) MAPKKK gene-family in responses to drought stress (Zhang et al. 2020).
  8. Phenomic‐based GWAS analyses reveal the genetic architectures for cotton drought resistance (Li et al. 2020).
  9. Over-expressions of CDSP-32 (GhTRX-134) cotton gene enhance drought, oxidative, and salt tolerance in Arabidopsis (Elasad et al. 2020).
  10. Fine roots and root hairs morphology of cotton unders drought stress reveal with Rhizo-Pot (Xiao et al 2020).
  11. A cotton NAC-transcription factor Ghir-NAC2 play positiive role in drought tolerance through controlling ABA bio-synthesis (Shang et al. 2020).
  12. Influences of drought stress on pistil’s physiology and reproductive achievement of two G. hirsutum L. cultivar varying in drought tolerance (Hu et al. 2020).
  13. Uses of hydraulic trait for modeling genotype specific acclimations in cotton unders drought (Wang et al. 2020).
  14. Genome wide identifications of MAPK-cascade gene reveal the GhMAP3K14, GhMKK11, GhMPK31 pathway is involve in the drought responses in cotton (Chen et al. 2020).
  15. GhWRKY-21 regulate ABA facilitated drought tolerance by fine regulating the expressions of GhHAB in cotton (Wang et al. 2020).
  16. Drought effect on cotton’s fibre-quality & sucrose-metabolism through flowerings and boll development periods (Gao et al. 2020).
  17. Drought and heat stress in cotton: Consequence and their probable mitigation strategiess (Sabagh et al. 2020).
  18. Improving cotton resistance to drought stress by molecular-approaches (Shaheen et al. 2020).
  19. Characterizations of the Gh4CL gene-family revealed a part of Gh4CL-7 in drought tolerance (Sun et al. 2020).
  20. Genome wide analyses of PRR gene-family un-covers their role in circadian-rhythmic change and responses to drought stress in G. hirsutum L. (Wang et al. 2020).
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  21. Screenings of abiotic stress responsive cotton gene utilizing a cotton’s full length cDNA over-expressing Arabidopsis-library (Li et al. 2020).
  22. Morphophysiological and molecular characterizations of drought tolerance characteristics in G. hirsutum genotypess under drought stress (Abdelmoghny et al. 2020).
  23. Screening of drought tolerance catalogs and evaluations of drought resistance in cotton (Jie et al. 2020).
  24. Molecular-breeding of cotton crop for drought stress-tolerance (Saleem et al. 2020).
  25. Exo-genous melatonin promote seed germination and osmotic regulations unders salt stress in cotton (G. hirsutum L.) (Chen et al. 2020).
  26. Cotton drought resistance is endorsed by primary stomata-closure, and leaf-shedding (Li et al. 2020).
  27. Single & combined effect of heat and water stress & recovery on cotton sucrose-metabolism and leaf-physiology (Loka et al. 2020).
  28. Potassium application alleviate the negativ-effects of drought on cotton fibers-strength by maintaining high-sucrose contents and carbohydrate conversion rates (Zhao et al. 2020).
  29. Toward doubling fibre-yield for cotton in the semi-arid agriculture area by increased tolerance to drought, heat, and salinity instantaneously (Esmaeii et al. 2020).
  30. Drought induced disturbances of carbohydrates metabolism in anther and male abortions of 2 G. hirsutum L. cultivar varying in drought tolerance (Hu et al. 2020).
  31. ABA-signal is negatively controlled by GbWRKY1 through JAZ1 & ABI1 to affect salt, and drought tolerance (Luo et al. 2020).
  32. Correlation co-efficient between physiology, bio-chemistry, common-economic trait and yield of cotton cultivar under full & deficit irrigated condition (Shavkiev et al. 2020).
  33. GWAS reveal consistent QTLs for drought, and salt resistance in a MAGIC-population of 550 line derivative from inter-mating of 11-Upland cotton parent (Abdelraheem et al. 2020).
  34. Enhancing up-land cotton for drought tolerance, fiber-quality, & productivity: comparative evaluations & genetic dissections (Ulloa et al. 2020).
  35. Comprehensive genome wide analyses of thaumatin like gene-family in 4 cotton species and functional identifications of ghtlp-19 involve in regulating tolerance to verticillium-dahlia, and drought (Li et al. 2020).
  36. Impact of growth temperatures, water-deficit and heat-waves on carbon assimilations and growth of cotton plant (G. hirsutum L.) (Li et al. 2020).
  37. Effect of drought on agronomic & fiber-qualities in an intro-gressed back-cross inbred-line populations of Upland cotton unders field-condition (Abdelraheem et al. 2020).
  38. The effect of drought, flood, and flood-followed by drought on cotton yield (Qian et al. 2020).
  39. Exo-genous melatonin improve cotton pollen-fertility under drought by controlling carbohydrates metabolism in male-tissue (Hu et al. 2020).
  40. High-temperatures and drought resilience trait among inter-specific chromosome substitution-lines for genetic improvements of upland-cotton (Reddy et al. 2020).
  41. A Na+/H+ anti-porter, K2NhaD, improve salt- and drought- tolerance in cotton (Guo et al. 2020).
  42. Effects of humic-acid and mycorrhiza applications on morphological trait and yields of cotton unders drought stress (Moosavi et al. 2020).
  43. Cotton seedlings drought tolerance is improve by salt pre-conditioning (Fan et al. 2020).
  44. The effect of drought stress on physiological-property’s of cotton (Ekinici et al. 2020).
  45. Water nutrients management enhance root-morpho-physiological functionings, phosphorus absorptions, transportation and use of cotton in arid-regions (Chen et al. 2020).
  46. Evaluations of cotton genotype for drought tolerance and their co-rrelation studies at seedling-stage (Veesar et al. 2020).
  47. Response of root-physiological characters of several drought-tolerant cotton genotypes to drought stress (Li et al. 2020).
  48. Effects of drought stress on crop-productions (Iqbal et al. 2020).
  49. Physiological screenings of cotton genotypes againsts drought tolerance (Ahmad et al. 2020).
  50. Evaluating the climate-change impacts on water using efficiencies of cotton-wheat in semiarid condition using DSSAT-model (Mubeen et al. 2020).
  51. Evaluations of some Egyptian-cotton (G. barbadense L.) genotype to water stress by utilizing drought tolerance catalogs (Yehia, 2020).
  52. Transcriptomic analyses of root-specific drought mediate response of G. hirsutum and G. arboreum (Ahmad et al. 2020).
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