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by P. J. Wakelyn,R. R. Jacobs

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Wakelyn PJ, Jacobs RR, eds. Memphis, TN: The National Cotton Council of America; 1985 Jan; :58-62. NIOSHTIC No. 00149070. The contamination of dusts of cotton bracts and other plant parts with endotoxin and gram negative bacteria (GNB) was investigated. Bracts from cotton grown in North Carolina and Texas were collected before and after killing frosts.

The endotoxin content of different cotton varieties grown in widely separated geographic areas was investigated. Memphis, TN: The National Cotton Council of America; 1985 Jan; :138-141. 00149072. The endotoxin content of different cotton varieties grown in widely separated geographic areas was investigated. Three varieties of cotton, DPL61, GSA71 and SJ5 were grown side by side in California, west Texas, and Mississippi

Wakelyn, Phillip Jeffrey was born on April 29, 1940 in Akron, Ohio, United States. Son of Arthur Thomas and Elsa Katherine (Koch) Wakelyn.

40800/?tag prabook0b-20. Wakelyn, Phillip Jeffrey was born on April 29, 1940 in Akron, Ohio, United States.

Cotton Dust Update; and Summary of the Conference . The Effect of Inhalation of Cotton Dust, and History of Smoking, Allergy and Byssinosis on Immunoglobulin, Complement and Thromboxane Concentrations in Cotton Mill Workers Thomas G. Mundie, John D. Osguthorpe, Charles Martin, Brian T. Butcher, Carol E. O'Neill, and Sterling K. Ainsworth. 26. Human Platelet Activation: Synergism Between Cotton Bracts Tannin and Immunoglobulin G Michael, S. Rohrbach, Rebecca A. Rolstad, and James A. Russell.

NIOSHTIC No. 00149233. Acute respiratory reactions to cotton dust were evaluated in healthy workers not from the textile industry. Volunteers from the general working public were selected in South Carolina. Each was given a standard respiratory questionnaire including occupational and smoking histories. Each was also tested by spirometry using waterless spirometers directly interfaced with oscilloscopes

The New Orleans Cotton Exchange was established in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1871 as a centralized forum for the trade of cotton. It operated in New Orleans until closing in 1964

The New Orleans Cotton Exchange was established in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1871 as a centralized forum for the trade of cotton. It operated in New Orleans until closing in 1964. Occupying several buildings over its history, its final location, the New Orleans Cotton Exchange Building, is now a National Historic Landmark.

Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences, National Cotton Council, Memphis, T.

Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences, National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN. Environmental Protection Agency. Department of Agriculture, or by any of the educational institutions.

Results showed that on average the . mm/d level produced the most cotton lint yield regardless of the irrigation termination thermal time.

There is plenty of information on cotton responses to irrigation frequency and amount; however, information on when to terminate irrigation and its effect on cotton lint yield and fiber quality is scarce. Results showed that on average the . Terminating cotton at 1000- °C ∑HU resulted in water savings of 25 to 50 mm for the . and . mm/d levels without significantly affecting lint yield.

Includes bibliographical references.