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Agricultural Research Service

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Oscar Lloyd May Iii
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
ENHANCING COTTON FIBER STRENGTH WITH FORWARD CROSSING UTILIZING A TRANSGENIC DONOR -
SEGREGATION FOR GUS GENE IN TRANSGENIC COTTON -
NEW COTTON SEEDS FOR A NEW CENTURY -
MODIFICATION OF COTTON FIBER PROPERTIES BY CONVENTIONAL BREEDING, MARKER ASSISTED SELECTION, AND TRANSGENIC METHODS -
PERFORMANCE OF ROUNDUP READY COTTON CULTIVARS UNDER THREE HERBICIDE SYSTEMS -
GENETIC MODIFICATION OF COTTON FIBER PROPERTIES FOR HIGH-SPEED PROCESSING -
DNA FINGERPRINTING IN COTTON USING SSR PRIMERS FROM DIVERSE PLANT SPECIES -
GENETIC MODIFICATION OF COTTON FIBER PROPERTIES AS MEASURED BY SINGLE- AND HIGH-VOLUME INSTRUMENTS -
REGISTRATION OF PD 94042 GERMPLASM LINE OF UPLAND COTTON WITH HIGH YIELD AND FIBER QUALITY -
HERITABILITY OF FIBER STRENGTH IN GENETICALLY ENGINEERED COTTON -
HERITABILITY OF FIBER STRENGTH IN GENETICALLY ENGINEERED COTTON. -
AGRONOMIC SIMILARITY AMONG ANCESTRAL COTTON CULTIVARS AND ITS IMPACT ON GENETIC DIVERSITY ESTIMATES OF MODERN CULTIVARS -
HERITABILITY OF FIBER STRENGTH IN GENETICALLY ENGINEERED COTTON -
PLANTING DATE AND K FERTILITY EFFECTS ON COTTON YIELD AND FIBER PROPERTIES -
GENOTYPIC VARIATION FOR ROOT PENETRATION OF A SOIL PAN -
PEDIGREES OF UPLAND AND PIMA COTTON CULTIVARS RELEASED BETWEEN 1970 AND 1995 -
GENETIC MODIFICATION OF COTTON FIBER PROPERTIES WITH SINGLE AND HIGH VOLUME INSTRUMENTS -
DNA MARKERS IN COTTON -
RESPONSE OF YARN TENACITY TO SELECTION FOR TWO METHODS OF MEASURING FIBER STRENGTH -
PEDIGREES OF UPLAND AND PIMA COTTON GERMPLASM RELEASED BETWEEN 1972 AND 1996 -
DEVELOPMENT OF COTTON GERMPLASM FOR SUSTAINABLE COTTON PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -
CHANGES IN THE GENETIC DIVERSITY OF COTTON IN THE U.S. FROM 1970 TO 1995 -
BREEDING COTTONS WITH HIGHER YARN TENACITY -
EFFECTS OF EARLY SEASON LOSS OF FLOWER BUDS ON YIELD, QUALITY, AND MATURITYOF COTTON IN SOUTH CAROLINA -
GENETIC VARIATION IN FIBER QUALITY -
COTTON FIBER IMPROVEMENT THROUGH BREEDING AND GENETICS -
A COMBINED APPROACH OF PCR AND RFLP TO IDENTIFY DNA MARKERS IN G. HIRSUTUM -
SELECTION FOR RESISTANCE TO COTTON BOLLWORM (HELIVOCERPA ZEA BODDIE) AND TOBACCO BUDWORM (HELIOTHIS VIRESCENS F.) IN COTTON -
REGISTRATION OF PD 93030, PD 93034, AND PD 93057 GERMPLASM LINES OF UPLAND COTTON -
REGISTRATION OF PD 93007, PD 93043, AND PD 93046 GERMPLASM LINES OF UPLAND COTTON -
REGISTRATION OF PD 93009, PD 93019, AND PD 93021 GERMPLASM LINES OF UPLAND COTTON -
REGISTRATION OF PD-3-14 GERMPLASM LINE OF UPLAND COTTON -
GENETIC CONTRIBUTIONS OF GERMPLASM AND INSTITUTIONS TO COTTON CULTIVARS DEVELOPED BETWEEN 1970 AND 1990 -
TEN PEE DEE GERMPLASM LINES OF UPLAND COTTON WITH HIGH YIELD POTENTIAL, VARIABLE MATURITY, AND EXCELLENT FIBER AND SPINNING PROPERTIES -
INFLUENCE OF REFUGIA ON MOVEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF BOLLWORM/TOBACCO BUDWORM LARVAE IN BOLLGARD COTTON -
GENETIC DIVERSITY OF U.S. UPLAND COTTON CULTIVARS RELEASED BETWEEN 1980 AND 1990 -
GENETIC DIVERSITY OF U.S. UPLANT COTTON CULTIVARS RELEASED BETWEEN 1980 AND1990 -
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