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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: STRUCTURE AND MOISTURE AS DETERMINANTS OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT COTTON FIBER PROPERTIES

Location: Cotton Structure and Quality Research

Title: Srrc Cotton Research: Changing with the Public's Need

Authors
item Jordan, John
item French, Alfred
item Calamari Jr, Timothy
item Thibodeaux, Devron

Submitted to: National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: February 1, 2004
Publication Date: March 4, 2004
Citation: 2004. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 2674.

Interpretive Summary: After the July 2002 SRRC Cotton Program review, a panel of industrial and university advisors recommended that we could respond better to industry needs and increase the impact of our research by reducing the number of active projects. As part of the response, the cotton research units at SRRC have been completely reorganized. The three former cotton management units (Cotton Textile Chemistry, Cotton Fiber Quality, and Cotton Textile Engineering) were abolished. Scientists in these units were reassigned to two new and larger management units: Cotton Structure & Quality (CSQ), and Cotton Chemistry & Utilization (CCU).

Technical Abstract: After the July 2002 SRRC Cotton Program review, a panel of industrial and university advisors recommended that we could respond better to industry needs and increase the impact of our research by reducing the number of active projects. As part of the response, the cotton research units at SRRC have been completely reorganized. The three former cotton management units (Cotton Textile Chemistry, Cotton Fiber Quality, and Cotton Textile Engineering) were abolished. Scientists in these units were reassigned to two new and larger management units: Cotton Structure & Quality (CSQ), and Cotton Chemistry & Utilization (CCU).

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