Gossypium barbadense

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Noun1.Gossypium barbadense - small bushy tree grown on islands of the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of the southern United StatesGossypium barbadense - small bushy tree grown on islands of the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of the southern United States; yields cotton with unusually long silky fibers
cotton plant, cotton - erect bushy mallow plant or small tree bearing bolls containing seeds with many long hairy fibers
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The fourth recipe involves a cold maceration of pieces of Olax subscorpioidea, Crinum jagus Tetrapleura tetraptera, Chasmanthera dependens, Gongronema latifolium (Madunmaro), Xylopia aethiopica (Eeru), Euphorbia lateriflora, Nauclea latifolia, Gossypium barbadense, and Allium ascalonicum.
Allozyme evidence for the origin and diversification of Gossypium barbadense L.
Predicting cotton seedling emergence for cold tolerance: Gossypium barbadense.
The history of this crop is complex as it involves introgression between Gossypium barbadense L.
A higher-end cotton called Gossypium barbadense is more desirable because of greater fiber length and strength but is late-maturing, low-yielding and more difficult to grow because it requires dry climates with significant irrigation and is less resistant to pathogens and pests.
Utilising the expertise of Impetus Bioscience, ICA Bremen can now test finished textile garments to identify whether they contain genetically modified cotton, as well as identifying different cotton species such as Pima / Gossypium Barbadense.
Aleppo 118 (Aleppo 40 X American variety BW 76-31), Deir Al Zour 22 (a selected line from Delta Pine 41), Rakka 5 (a selected line from Tashkand 3), Aleppo 90 (Tashkand 3 X Delta pine 70) and Aleppo 33/1 (Acala SG 4) and one introduced variety Chirpan 539; along with one variety of Gossypium barbadense L.
This is a massive book that deals not only with how this type of cotton, Gossypium barbadense, was bred, cultivated, and then processed, but also covers the broader culture of the area, including the architecture of the buildings found on these plantations.