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Issue 3 Table of Contents

Reniform nematodes, which have been stained red, feeding on cotton roots (Robinson et al.).


Plant Pathology and Nematology
New Sources of Resistance to the Reniform (<em>Rotylenchulus reniformis</em>) and Root-Knot (<em>Meloidogyne incognita</em>) Nematode in Upland (<em>Gossypium hirsutum</em> L.) and Sea Island (<em>G. barbadense</em> L.) Cotton
A. Forest Robinson, Alan C. Bridges, and A. Edward Percival
Pages: 191-197

Reniform nematodes, which have been stained red, feeding on cotton roots (Robinson et al.).

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Agronomy and Soils
Response of Cotton to P and K Soil Fertility Gradients in North Carolina
Carl R. Crozier, Bobby Walls, David H. Hardy, and J. Steven Barnes
Pages: 130-141

Agronomy and Soils
Response to Defoliation Timing Based on Heat-Unit Accumulation In Diverse Field Environments
C. Owen Gwathmey, Craig W. Bednarz, Dan D. Fromme, E. Merritt Holman, and Donnie K. Miller
Pages: 142-153

Breeding and Genetics
Inheritance of Root-knot Nematode Resistance in M-315 RNR and M78-RNR Cotton
Mustafa G. McPherson, Johnie N. Jenkins, Clarence E. Watson, and Jack C. McCarty, Jr.
Pages: 154-161

Breeding and Genetics
Effect of Chromosome Substitutions from <em>Gossypium barbadense</em> L. 3-79 into <em>G. hirsutum</em> L. TM-1 on Agronomic and Fiber Traits
Sukumar Saha, J. Wu, J.N. Jenkins, J.C. McCarty, Jr., O.A. Gutierrez, D.M. Stelly, R.G. Percy, and D.A. Raska
Pages: 162-169

Engineering and Ginning
Multipath Interference Investigation for Cotton Bale Microwave Moisture Sensing
Mathew G. Pelletier
Pages: 170-178

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Ty3/<em>gypsy</em> Retro-Transposons in Egyptian cotton (<em>G. barbadense</em>)
Essam A. Zaki and A.A. Abdel Ghany
Pages: 179-185

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Comparison of <em>MIC-3</em> Protein Accumulation in Response to Root-knot Nematode Infection in Cotton Lines Displaying a Range of Resistance Levels
Franklin E. Callahan, Xiang-Dong Zhang, Din-Pow Ma, Johnie N. Jenkins, Russell W. Hayes, and Mark L. Tucker
Pages: 186-190

Textile Technology
Implications of Surface Chemistry on Cotton Fiber Processing
Gary R. Gamble
Pages: 198-204

Textile Technology
White Speck Quantification: A Human Inspection Technique
James L. Simonton, Mario G. Beruvides, and M. Dean Ethridge
Pages: 205-212

Weed Science
Response of Strip-tilled Cotton to Preplant Applications of Dicamba and 2,4-D
Alan C. York, A. Stanley Culpepper, and Alexander M. Stewart
Pages: 213-222