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Heat Stress in Cotton 2020 | Scholarly Literature

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In this article, we have discussed all the published researches on heat stress in cotton. We have gathered all the scholarly literature sources for the year 2020 on heat stress in cotton at one place for ease in access to knowledge. For any kind of conflict of interest, please feel free to Contact Us.

Literature on Heat Stress in Cotton 2020

  1. Single & Combined Effect of Water & Heat Stress & Recoveryy On Cotton ( G. hirsutum L.) Leaf-Physiology and Sucrosee Metabolism (Loka et al 2020).
  2. Drought & heat stress in Cotton (G. hirsutum L.): Consequence & their possible-mitigation strategie (Sabagh et al 2020).
  3. Study the foliar-selenium-modulated dynamic in phenology & quality of ter-minal heat stressed cotton (G. hirsutum L.) in associat-ion with-yield (Saleem et al 2020).
  4. Chlorophyll-a fluorescence as-an indicators of heat stress in cotton (G. hirsutum L.) (Westhuizen et al 2020).
  5. Exogenous-selenium-instigated physio-chemical trans-formation impart-terminal heat tolerance in Bt-cotton (Saleem et al 2020).
  6. Heat stress in cotton: Response & adaptive-mechanisms (Ahmad et al 2020).
  7. Towards-doubling fibre-yield for cotton in the semi-arid agricultural areas by-increasing tolerance 2 droughts, heat, and salinity-simultaneously (Esmaeil et al 2020).
  8. Heat tolerance in cotton (Azhar et al 2020).
  9. Approache in enhanc-ing thermo-tolerance in plant: An up-dated review (Ali et al 2020).
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  10. High-day & night temperatures distinctively-disrupt fatty acids and jasmonic-acid metabolism, induce male-sterility in cotton (Khan et al 2020).
  11. Quantitative-influence of thermal-stress on fiber-quality trait of cotton (G. hirsutum L.) (Hussain et al 2020).
  12. (HDAC) Histone de-acetylase gene’s family in allo-tetraploid cotton diploid progenitor: In silico-identifications, molecular characterizations, and genetic expressions analysis under several abiotic stresses, DNA injury & phyto-hormone treatment (Imran et al 2020).
  13. Different micro-RNA families involve in regulating high temperatures stress response during cotton’s (G. hirsutum) anther development (Chen et al 2020).
  14. Re-vamping cotton breeding-program for effective use of genetic resource under changing-climate (Mubarrik et al 2020).
  15. Impact of growth temperatures, water-deficiency and heat-waves on carbon assimilation & growth’ of cotton plant (G. hirsutum.) (Li et al 2020).
  16. Physiological and bio-chemical response of 2 Cotton (G. hirsutum L.) cultivar differing-in thermo-tolerance to high-night temperature during anthesis (Loka and Oosterhuis, 2020).
  17. Genome-wide identifications characterization of HSP-70 gene in 4 species of cotton (Rehman et al 2020).
  18. Single base resolutions methylome of cotton’s cytoplasmic male-sterility reveal epi-genomic change in responses to high-temperature stress during cotton anthers development (Zhang et al 2020).
  19. Genome-wide expression-analysis suggests gluta-redoxin genes response-to various stress in cotton (Malik et al 2020).
  20. Assessing-impacts of future-climate on cotton productions in the Arizona low-desert (Ayankojo et al 2020).
  21. Evaluations of breeding potentials of cotton germplasm of Pakistan origin for fiber’s quality trait unders heat stress (Farooq et al 2020).
  22. Develop-ment of trans-genic cottons for combating biotic & a-biotic stress (Hussain and Mahmood, 2020).
  23. Abiotic-Stress Tolerance in Cotton (Hassan et al 2020).
  24. Improving-tolerance of cotton (G. hirsutum L.) 2 drought & heat stresses (Ul-Allah et al 2020).
  25. The differences in the formations of thermotolerance of 2 cotton cultivar with different heat tolerance (Xu et al 2020).
  26. Global cotton production under changing climate – Implication for yield and water-consumptions (Jans et al 2020).
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  27. Late-planting has huge potential to mitigate effect of future climate-changes on Australian-rain-fed cotton (Anwar et al 2020).
  28. Climate-Resilient Cotton Production Systems: A Case Studyy in Pakistan (Rehman et al 2020).
  29. Heat tolerance evaluations of transgenic-cotton germplasm with insect-resistance and herbicide-tolerance (Chindudzi et al 2020).
  30. The application of a heat inducible CRISPR/Cas12b-genome (C2c1) editing-system in tetra-ploid cotton (G. hirsutum) (Wang et al 2020).
  31. Abiotic stress mediated-changes in morpho-physiology of cotton (Noreen et al 2020).
  32. Genome-wide characterizations and expression-analysis of geranyl- di-phosphate-synthase gene of cotton (Gossypium spp.) in plant’s development and abiotic stress (Ali et al 2020).
  33. In silico-analysis of tale-transcription factor revealed its potential roles for organ development and abiotic stress-tolerance in cotton (Razzaq et al 2020).
  34. Response of phyto-hormone mediated plant-homeo-domain (PHD) family to abiotic stresses in up-land cotton (G. hirsutum sp.) (Wu et al 2020).
  35. From qualitative to quantitative: a novel approach for determining’ heat-tolerance in cotton using tri-phenyl tetra-zolium-chloride (Jaconis et al 2020).
  36. Physio-bio-chemical characteristic and co-rrelation analysis of the-seed of-some cotton (G. hirsutum l.) genotypes under cold-temperature stress (Xia et al 2020).
  37. Genetic-diversity for cell membrane thermo-stability, yield, and quality attribute in cotton (G. hirsutum) (Jamil et al 2020).

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