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Texas Tech University (TTU) (2004)

Developmental responses of cotton genotypes to varying water application regimes

West-Emerson, Cora Lea

Titre : Developmental responses of cotton genotypes to varying water application regimes

Auteur : West-Emerson, Cora Lea

Université de soutenance : Texas Tech University (TTU)

Grade : Master of Science (MS) 2004

Objectifs
Observe and interpret the growth and developmental responses of cotton genotypes as they are affected by varying water volume applications and irrigation intervals. Specifically : 1. To establish a range of water supply treatments consisting of both volume and frequency of application variables, 2. To reflect a range of cotton cultivars differing in degree of indeterminacy and harvest type, i.e, picker and stripper types, and 3. To conduct periodic plant analyses at critical developmental periods to ascertain plant responses to water supply relative to growth and development parameters.

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