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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Doug J Hinchliffe
Cotton Chemistry and Utilization Research
General Biological Science

Phone: (504) 286-4219
Fax: (504) 286-4217


1100 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD
BLDG 001 SRRC
NEW ORLEANS , LA 70179

Projects
Cotton-based Nonwovens
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 428080

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Natural fire-defense of raw white and brown cotton fibers evidenced by suppressed unzipping depolymerization -
Small RNA sequencing and degradome analysis of developing fibers of short fiber mutants Ligon-lintles-1 (Li1) and -2 (Li2) revealed a role for miRNAs and their targets in cotton fiber elongation -
Naoumkina, M.A., Thyssen, G.N., Fang, D.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Florane, C.B., Jenkins, J.N. 2016. Small RNA sequencing and degradome analysis of developing fibers of short fiber mutants Ligon-lintles-1 (Li1) and -2 (Li2) revealed a role for miRNAs and their targets in cotton fiber elongation. BMC Genomics. 17:360;DOI:10.1186/s12864-016-2715-1.
Chemical imaging of secondary cell wall development in cotton fibers using a mid-infrared focal-plane array detector -
Santiago Cintron, M., Fortier, C.A., Hinchliffe, D.J., Rodgers III, J.E. 2016. Chemical imaging of secondary cell wall development in cotton fibers using a mid-infrared focal-plane array detector. Textile Research Journal. p.1-12. DOI: 10.1177/0040517516648505.
Chemical imaging of cotton fibers using an infrared microscope and a focal-plane array detector -
High resistance to thermal decomposition in brown cotton is linked to tannis and sodium content -
Nam, S., Kim, H.J., Condon, B.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Chang, S., Mccarty Jr, J.C., Madison, C.A. 2016. High resistance to thermal decomposition in brown cotton is linked to tannis and sodium content. Cellulose. 23(2):1137-1152.
Quat co-formulations optimized for use with cotton nonwoven disposable wipes -
Quat co-formulations optimized for use with cotton nonwoven disposable wipes -
The adsorption of alkyl-dimethyl-benzyl-ammonium chloride onto cotton nonwoven hydroentangled substrates at the solid-liquid interface is minimized by additive chemistries -
Hinchliffe, D.J., Condon, B.D., Slopek, R.P., Reynolds, M.L. 2015. The adsorption of alkyl-dimethyl-benzyl-ammonium chloride onto cotton nonwoven hydroentangled substrates at the solid-liquid interface is minimized by additive chemistries. Textile Research Journal. 1-11. doi: 10.1177/0040517515622154.
Understanding the cotton fiber elongation process using short fiber mutants, the Ligon lintless-1 (Li1) and -2 (Li2) as an experiment model system -
Fluid handling and fabric handle profiles of hydroentangled greige cotton and spunbond polypropylene nonwoven topsheets -
Edwards, J.V., Ningtao, M., Stephen, R., Edmund, C., Condon, B.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Gary, L., Graves, E.E., Bopp, A., Wang, Y. 2015. Fluid handling and fabric handle profiles of hydroentangled greige cotton and spunbond polypropylene nonwoven topsheets. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications. 1-13. DOI: 10.1177/1464420715586020.
Phytohormonal networks promote differentiation of fiber initials on pre-anthesis cotton ovules grown in vitro and in planta -
Kim, H.J., Hinchliffe, D.J., Triplett, B.A., Yeater, K.M., Moon, H.S., Gilbert, M.K., Thyssen, G.N., Turley, R.B., Fang, D.D. 2015. Phytohormonal networks promote differentiation of fiber initials on pre-anthesis cotton ovules grown in vitro and in planta. PLoS One. 10(4):e0125046.
FT-IR examination of the development of secondary cell wall in cotton fibers -
Santiago Cintron, M., Hinchliffe, D.J. 2015. FT-IR examination of the development of secondary cell wall in cotton fibers. FIBERS. 3:30-40.
Infrared imaging of cotton fibers using a focal-plane array detector -
Santiago Cintron, M., Fortier, C.A., Hinchliffe, D.J., Rodgers III, J.E. 2015. Infrared imaging of cotton fibers using a focal-plane array detector. Proceedings of the National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference,January 5-7,2015,San Antonio, Texas. p. 85-88.
Physical and combustion properties of nonwoven fabrics produced from conventional and naturally colored cottons -
Hinchliffe, D.J., Condon, B.D., Delhom, C.D., Chang, S., Montalvo Jr, J.G., Madison, C.A., Reynolds, M.L., Von Hoven, T.M., Santiago Cintron, M. 2015. Physical and combustion properties of nonwoven fabrics produced from conventional and naturally colored cottons. Textile Research Journal. 85(16):1666-1680.
Cottonscope fiber maturity fineness, and ribbon width measurements with different sample sizes -
Rodgers III, J.E., Naylor, G., Cui, X., Delhom, C.D., Hinchliffe, D.J. 2015. Cottonscope fiber maturity fineness, and ribbon width measurements with different sample sizes. Textile Research Journal. 85(9):897-911.
Advanced fiber information systems seed coat neps baseline response from diverse mediums -
Montalvo Jr, J.G., Von Hoven, T.M., Hinchliffe, D.J., Boykin Jr, J.C., Hardin IV, R.G. 2014. Advanced fiber information systems seed coat neps baseline response from diverse mediums. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 945-949.
The Li2 mutation results in reduced subgenome expression bias in elongating fibers of allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Naoumkina, M.A., Thyssen, G.N., Fang, D.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Florane, C.B., Yeater, K.M., Page, J.J., Udall, J.A. 2014. The Li2 mutation results in reduced subgenome expression bias in elongating fibers of allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). PLoS One. 9(3):e90830.
Chemical imaging of cotton fibers using an infrared microscope and a focal-plane array detector -
Santiago Cintron, M., Fortier, C.A., Hinchliffe, D.J., Rodgers III, J.E. 2014. Chemical imaging of cotton fibers using an infrared microscope and a focal-plane array detector. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference,January 6-8,2014, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 929-932.
A pilot-scale nonwoven roll goods manufacturing process reduces microbial burden to pharmacopeia acceptance levels for nonsterile hygiene applications -
Hinchliffe, D.J., De Lucca, A., Condon, B.D., O'Regan, J., Clemmons, J., Zeng, L., Byler, R.K., Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., Santiago Cintron, M., Madison, C.A. 2014. A pilot-scale nonwoven roll goods manufacturing process reduces microbial burden to pharmacopeia acceptance levels for nonsterile hygiene applications. Textile Research Journal. 84(5):546-558.
A transcript profiling approach reveals an abscisic acid specific glycosyltransferase (UGT73C14) induced in developing fiber of Ligon lintless-2 mutant of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Gilbert, M.K., Bland, J.M., Shockey, J.M., Cao, H., Hinchliffe, D.J., Fang, D.D., Naoumkina, M.A. 2013. A transcript profiling approach reveals an abscisic acid specific glycosyltransferase (UGT73C14) induced in developing fiber of Ligon lintless-2 mutant of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). PLoS One. 8 (9):e75268.
A transcript profiling approach reveals an abscisic acid specific glycosyltransferase (UGT73C14) induced in developing fiber of Ligon lintless-2 mutant of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Gilbert, M.K., Bland, J.M., Shockey, J.M., Cao, H., Hinchliffe, D.J., Fang, D.D., Naoumkina, M.A. 2013. A transcript profiling approach reveals an abscisic acid specific glycosyltransferase (UGT73C14) induced in developing fiber of Ligon lintless-2 mutant of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). PLoS One. 8(9):e75268.
Assessment of the level of microbial contamination in cotton and synthetic fibers destined for the use in nonwoven applications -
Secondary cell wall development in cotton fibers as examined with attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy -
Integrated metabolomics and genomics analysis provides new insights into the fiber elongation process in Ligon lintless-2 (Li2) mutant cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) Reprint Icon -
Naoumkina, M.A., Hinchliffe, D.J., Turley, R.B., Bland, J.M., Fang, D.D. 2013. Integrated metabolomics and genomics analysis provides new insights into the fiber elongation process in Ligon lintless-2 (Li2) mutant cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 14:155,_DOI:10.1186/1471-2164-14-155.
Assessment of the level of microbial combination in cotton and synthetic fibers destined for the use in nonwoven applications -
Measurements of cotton fiber maturity and fineness: method comparisons and fiber growth analyses -
Rodgers III, J.E., Delhom, C.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Kim, H.J. 2013. Measurements of cotton fiber maturity and fineness: method comparisons and fiber growth analyses. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Abstracts. p. 283-289.
Development of secondary cell wall in cotton fibers as examined with Fourier transform-infrared spectroscopy -
Santiago Cintron, M., Hinchliffe, D.J. 2013. Development of secondary cell wall in cotton fibers as examined with Fourier transform-infrared spectroscopy. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 752-754.
A rapid measurement for cotton breeders of maturity and fineness from developing and mature fibers -
Rodgers III, J.E., Delhom, C.D., Hinchliffe, D.J., Kim, H.J., Cui, X. 2013. A rapid measurement for cotton breeders of maturity and fineness from developing and mature fibers. Textile Research Journal. 83(14):1439-1451.
Cloning and characterization of homeologous cellulose synthase catalytic subunit 2 genes from allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Kim, H.J., Triplett, B.A., Zhang, H., Lee, M., Hinchliffe, D.J., Li, P., Fang, D.D. 2012. Cloning and characterization of homeologous cellulose synthase catalytic subunit 2 genes from allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Gene. 494(2):181-189.
Screening of multiple potential control genes for use in caste and body region comparisons using RT-qPCR in Coptotermes formosanus -
Tarver, M.R., Mattison, C.P., Florane, C.B., Hinchliffe, D.J., Zhang, D., Lax, A.R. 2012. Screening of multiple potential control genes for use in caste and body region comparisons using RT-qPCR in Coptotermes formosanus. Sociobiology. 59(1):81-96.
Cotton fiber cell wall development for three cultivars: an Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy examination -
Effect of laundering hydroentangled cotton nonwoven fabrics -
Sawhney, A.P., Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., Slopek, R.P., Nam, S., Hinchliffe, D.J., Condon, B.D. 2012. Effect of laundering hydroentangled cotton nonwoven fabrics. Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics. 7(3):103-110.
A combined functional and structural genomics approach identified an EST-SSR marker with complete linkage to the Ligon lintless-2 genetic locus in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) -
Hinchliffe, D.J., Turley, R.B., Naoumkina, M.A., Kim, H.J., Tang, Y., Yeater, K.M., Li, P., Fang, D.D. 2011. A combined functional and structural genomics approach identified an EST-SSR marker with complete linkage to the Ligon lintless-2 genetic locus in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 12:445.
Elevated growing degree days influence transition stage timing during cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fiber development and result in increased fiber strength -
Hinchliffe, D.J., Meredith Jr, W.R., Delhom, C.D., Thibodeaux, D.P., Fang, D.D. 2011. Elevated growing degree days influence transition stage timing during cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fiber development and result in increased fiber strength. Crop Science. 51:1683-1692. DOI: 10.2135/cropsci2010.10.0569.
Greige cotton comber noils for sustainable nonwovens -
Sawhney, A.P., Reynolds, M.L., Allen Jr, H.C., Condon, B.D., Slopek, R.P., Hinchliffe, D.J., Hui, D. 2011. Greige cotton comber noils for sustainable nonwovens. World Journal of Engineering. 8(3):293-296.
Near-Isogenic Cotton Germplasm Lines that Differ in Fiber-Bundle Strength have Temporal Differences in Fiber Gene Expression Pattern as Revealed by Comparative High-Throughput Profiling -
Hinchliffe, D.J., Meredith Jr, W.R., Yeater, K.M., Kim, H. 2010. Near-Isogenic Cotton Germplasm Lines that Differ in Fiber-Bundle Strength have Temporal Differences in Fiber Gene Expression Pattern as Revealed by Comparative High-Throughput Profiling. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 120:1347-1366.
Identification of Molecular Markers Associated with Root-Knot Nematode Resistance in Upland Cotton -
Niu, C., Hinchliffe, D.J., Cantrell, R.G., Wang, C., Roberts, P.A., Zhang, J. 2007. Identification of Molecular Markers Associated with Root-Knot Nematode Resistance in Upland Cotton. Crop Science. 47:951-960.
AFLP-RGA Markers in Comparison with RGA and AFLP in Cultivated Tetraploid Cotton -
Zhang, J., Yuan, Y., Niu, C., Hinchliffe, D.J., Lu, Y., Yu, S., Percy, R.G., Ulloa, M., Cantrell, R.G. 2007. AFLP-RGA markers in comparison with RGA and AFLP in cultivated tetraploid cotton. Crop Science 47:180-187.
Physiological and genetic basis of cotton acclimation to abiotic stress -
Zhang, J., Yuan, Y., Niu, C., Hinchliffe, D.J., Lu, Y., Yu, S., Percy, R.G., Ulloa, M., Cantrell, R. 2007. Physiological and genetic basis of cotton acclimation to abiotic stress. Crop Science. 47:180-187.
RGA-AFLP Markers on Comparison with RGAP and AFLP in Cultivated Tetraploid Cotton -
Zhang, J.F., Yuan, Y., Chen, N., Hinchliffe, D.J., Yingzhi, L., Yu, S., Percy, R.G., Cantrell, R.G. 2007. RGA-AFLP Markers on Comparison with RGAP and AFLP in Cultivated Tetraploid Cotton. Crop Science. 47:180-187.
Phytohormone regulation of cotton fiber development in vitro. -
Triplett, B.A., Kim, H., Hinchliffe, D.J., Sze, S., Thaxton, P., Stelly, D., Cehn, Z. 2007. Phytohormone regulation of cotton fiber development in vitro.. Proceedings of Int'l Association of Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology. 153-156.
Phytohormone regulation of cotton fiber development in vitro -
Triplett, B.A., Kim, H., Hinchliffe, D.J., Sze, S., Thaxton, P., Stelly, D., Chen, J. 2006. Phytohormone regulation of cotton fiber development in vitro. International Association for Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology Congress. 153-156.
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