long-staple cotton

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long-staple cotton

[′lȯŋ ‚stā·pəl ′kät·ən]
(textiles)
A grade of cotton whose staple is 1⅛ inches (29 millimeters) or over in length.
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Number GenBank of bases Size of Names for Accession sequenced Predicted new gene number in DNA (1) ORF TuaCR1 AY231146 1,676 450 AY862561 1,159 306 AY862563 1,564 450 TuaCR2 AY862565 1,015 266 AY862566 1,016 267 AY862567 1,018 267 AY862569 1,016 267 TuaCR3 AY862562 938 257 AY862564 1044 257 TuaCR4 AY862568 975 325 Accession number, description, and identity for amino acid sequence(s) (2) Names for most similar to new gene new sequences (3) TuaCR1 1) Q6VAG0, Tubulin alpha-2 chain Gossypium hirsutum, 436/450 (96.
cotton growers would love to transplant into their favorite cotton, Gossypium hirsutum.
Plates I-III) were observed to feed on Gossypium hirsutum cultivated in the experimental plot maintained at the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bengaluru, India (N 12[degrees] 58' E 77[degrees] 35') during May, 2013.