Genomic level of Gossypium sp., screening - an eagle’s view - as Comprehensive Review

Sumayya Rehaman


Cotton, a prime crop to give tuff competition to the synthetic textile industry specified for the cotton cultivation and major contribution for the fossil fuel and involves itself for bioenergy production was an amazing ancient discovery atleast 7000 years ago has resulted in the genomic level variation research in this century as its evolutionary history. This review article highlights Gossipium sp., evolutionary hitherto from olden days to the varieties level (State and Area wise cultivation) and also helps to differentiate a reader a comprehensive outlook Cotton as Genetically Modified Organism (Cotton Hybrids) , its screening through specific GMO Event and effective screening technology.


Cotton Hybrids, GMO Event, Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNPs), Next-Generation Sequencing


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