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Cotton Physiology by Jack R. Mauney, James McD. Stewart (eds)

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Cotton Physiology
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Publisher: Cotton Foundation
ISBN/ASIN: 093980901X
Number of pages: 788

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From virtually every aspect, cotton is one of the most interesting higher organisms in the plant kingdom. It is rather unique in that it produces both fiber and food. Compared with most crop plants, cotton adapts quite well to adverse conditions.

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