2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162008000300012
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Abstract: The purposes of this study were to determine the percentage of out-crossing, isolation distance and pollinator insect species for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) seed production in the Aydin region in Turkey. The glandless and red-leaf traits in G. hirsutum were used as genetic markers. Two experiments were conducted over two years that monitored out-crossing in adjacent rows and adjacent plants and established that the percentage of out-crossing varied. The percentage of out-crossing varied between 0% and 13.3… Show more

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“…Insects are important pollinators for G. hirsutum . However, the specific type of insect varies across the globe ( Bozbek et al., 2008 ; Parys et al., 2020 ). From that investigation, Amegilla sp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Insects are important pollinators for G. hirsutum . However, the specific type of insect varies across the globe ( Bozbek et al., 2008 ; Parys et al., 2020 ). From that investigation, Amegilla sp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Over the years, several techniques were used to determine outcrossing including “red seedling” cotton crossing with “green seedling” cotton (Afzal and Khan, 1950a; Bozbek et al, 2008), glanded and non‐glanded cotton (Elfawal et al, 1976; Bozbek et al, 2008), and the use of transgene movement from transgenic cotton into non‐transgenic cotton (Umbeck et al, 1991; Zhang et al, 2005; Llewellyn et al, 2007; Heuberger et al, 2010). Although the use of pigmented cotton to determine the extent of natural outcrossing throughout the US Cotton Belt has the advantage of simplicity and has proved valuable in identifying gross differences, Stephens and Finkner (1953) pointed out that there were potential shortcomings in the methods that needed further evaluation.…”
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