Research Series 589
Summaries of Arkansas Cotton Research 2010
Derrick M. Oosterhuis, editor

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Cover
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University of Arkansas Cotton Breeding Program – 2010 Progress
Report
F.M. Bourland
Pages 17-19
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Effects of Cultural Practices and Two Soilborne Pathogens on Root Morphology of Cotton in the Field
J. Ma, J. Jaraba, T.L. Kirkpatrick, and C.S. Rothrock
Pages 20-24
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Has Bio-Tech Cotton Production Reduced Carbon Emissions? A Scan Level Cotton Carbon Life Cycle Assessment
L.L. Nalley, D.M. Danforth, Z. Niederman, T.G. Teague
Pages 25-28
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Cotton Yield Potential by Planting Date Based on Observational Data from the Arkansas Cotton Research Verification Program
T.W. Griffin, B. McClelland, and L.T. Barber
Pages 29-33
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The Effects of Urea Application with N-(n-Butyl) Thiophosphoric Triamide and Dicyandiaminde on the Growth and Yield of Cotton
E.M. Kawakami, D.M. Oosterhuis, and J.L. Snider
Pages 34-39
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Effect of Salinity on Cotton Nitrogen Uptake and Assimilation of Urea Applied with N-(n-Butyl) Thiophosphoric Triamide and Dicyandiaminde
E.M. Kawakami, D.M. Oosterhuis, and J.L. Snider
Pages 40-45
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Effect of Foliar Application of Urea with N-(n-Butyl) Thiophosphoric Triamide on the Physiology and Yield of Cotton
E.M. Kawakami, D.M. Oosterhuis, and J.L. Snider
Pages 46-50
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The Effect of Water-Deficit Stress on the Biochemistry of the Cotton Flower
D.A. Loka, D.M. Oosterhuis, C.J. Fernandez, and B.A. Roberts
Pages 51-56
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Effects of Moderately High Temperature on Diurnal Pollen Tube Growth and Fertilization in Field-Grown Cotton
J.L. Snider, D.M. Oosterhuis, and E.M. Kawakami
Pages 57-61
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Effect of 1-Methylcyclopropene on Yield of Field-Grown Cotton
J.B. Phillips. D.M. Oosterhuis, and E.M. Kawakami
Pages 62-65
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Effect of 1-Methylcyclopropene on the Cotton Flower Under Water-Deficit Stress
D.A. Loka and D.M. Oosterhuis
Pages 66-71
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Effect of 1-Methylcyclopropene on Antioxidant Activity and Gene Expression of Acc-Synthase and Acc-Oxidase in Cotton Flowers
D.M. Oosterhuis, E.M. Kawakami, and J.L. Snider
Pages 72-75
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Cotton Response to Urea and an Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer
M. Mozaffari, N.A. Slaton, C.G. Herron, and S.D. Carroll
Pages 76-80
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Yield Response of Cotton to Timing of Potassium Fertilization Under Deficient Soil Test Levels
L. Espinoza, M. Ismanov, and P. Ballantyne
Pages 81-88
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Evaluation of Nitrogen Use of Modern Cotton Cultivars Based on Seed Size
T. Barber
Pages 89-93
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Achieving Profitable Cotton Production: Irrigation Initiation and Termination
T. Barber and P. Francis
Pages 94-99
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Sustainable Cotton Production: The Effects of Best Management Practices on Water, Sediment, and Soil Quality
J.L. Bouldin, R.A.F. Warby, P. Yu, and T.G. Teague
Pages 100-109
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Decreased Sensitivity of Palmer Amaranth to Glyphosate Through Selection
J.K. Norsworthy
Pages 110-114
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Palmer Amaranth and Barnyardgrass Control as Influenced by Weed Size, Glufosinate Rate, Volume, and Spray Tip
R.C. Doherty, K.L. Smith, J.A. Bullington, and J.R. Meier
Pages 115-118
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Influence of Deep Tillage and a Rye Cover Crop on Palmer Amaranth Emergence in Cotton
J.D. DeVore, J.K. Norsworthy, M.J. Wilson, G.M. Griffith, and D.B. Johnson
Pages 119-122
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Influence of a Rye Cover Crop on the Critical Weed-Free Period in Cotton
J.D. DeVore, J.K. Norsworthy, M.J. Wilson, G.M. Griffith, C.E. Starkey and
D.B. Johnson
Pages 123-126
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Studies on the Seedbank, Emergence, and Reproductive Ecology of Barnyardgrass in Arkansas Cotton
M.V. Bagavathiannan, J.K. Norsworthy, K.L. Smith, and N.R. Burgos
Pages 127-131
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Regional Survey 2009-2010: Thrips Species Composition Across the Upland Cotton Belt
D.S. Akin, G.M. Lorenz III, G.E. Studebaker, and J.E. Howard
Pages 132-137
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Thrips Control Using Selected Insecticides in Arkansas Cotton, 2010
C.K. Colwell, G.M. Lorenz III, J. Fortner, N. Taillon, and B. VonKanel
Pages 138-142
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Efficacy of Selected Insecticides for Control of Heliothines in Conventional Cotton in Arkansas, 2010
C.K. Colwell, G.M. Lorenz III, J. Fortner, N. Taillon, and B. VonKanel
Pages 143-148
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Efficacy of Selected Insecticides for Control of Plant Bugs in Arkansas, 2010
C.K. Colwell, G.M. Lorenz III, J. Fortner, N. Taillon, and B. VonKanel
Pages 149-154
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Control of Spider Mites in Arkansas Cotton
C.K. Colwell, G.M. Lorenz III, J. Fortner, N. Taillon, B. VonKanel, and A. Vangilder
Pages 155-157
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Tarnished Plant Bug and the Plant Growth Regulator, Mepiquat Chloride-Influence on Cotton Fruiting Dynamics and Yield
T.G. Teague, K. Neeley, A. Flanders, and L. Fowler
Pages 158-170
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Varietal Selection as a Management Tool for Tarnished Plant Bugs in Cotton
G.E. Studebaker and F.M. Bourland
Pages 171-175
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Effects of Eastern Arkansas Production Systems on Soil Strength and Electrical Conductivity
R.L. Raper, J.L. Snider, T.G. Teague, and S.S. Kulkarni
Pages 176-180
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Two Undescribed Cotton Species from Western Australia and Southern Mexico
J.M. Stewart
Pages 181-182
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Cotton Yield Components
H. Lewis and D.M. Oosterhuis
Pages 183-185
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Appendix I
Student Theses and Dissertations Related to Cotton in Progress in 2010
Page 186
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Appendix II
Research and Extension 2010 Cotton Publications
Pages 187-199
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