Kelly, Brendan individual record
Research Assistant Professor

My research is focused on developing research tools and protocols needed for the quantification and utilization of distributional characteristics of cotton fiber quality. These advancements will provide researchers with a better understanding of cotton fiber as an industrial raw material. My research also facilitates the development of germplasm that exhibits improved spinning performance along with spun yarn quality.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles12
  • Tesema, A. F., Abu Sayeed, M. d., Turner, C., Kelly, B. R., & Hequet, E. F. (2022). An Approach for Obtaining Stable, Reproducible, and Accurate Fibrogram Measurements from High Volume Instruments. AGRONOMY-BASEL. 12(5), 1120-1120.
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  • Sayeed, M. A., Kelly, B. R., Turner, C., & Hequet, E. F. (2022). Investigation of a Multivariate Correction Method for HVI Fibrogram Measurements. AGRONOMY-BASEL. 12(2), 460-460.
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  • Abu Sayeed, M. d., Schumann, M., Wanjura, J., Kelly, B. R., Smith, W., & Hequet, E. F. (2021). Characterizing the total within-sample variation in cotton fiber length using the High Volume Instrument fibrogram. TEXTILE RESEARCH JOURNAL. 91(1-2), 175-187.
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  • Bechere, E., Auld, D. L., Smith, C. W., Cantrell, R. G., Hequet, E. F., Ritchie, G. L., ... Kelly, B. R. (2020). Registration of six upland cotton germplasm lines with improved fiber quality through ethyl methane sulfonate treatments and selection. JOURNAL OF PLANT REGISTRATIONS. 14(2), 159-164.
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  • Morais, J., Kelly, B. R., Sayeed, A., & Hequet, E. F. (2020). Effects of non-lint material on heritability estimates of cotton fiber length parameters. EUPHYTICA. 216(2), 24.
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Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Lubbock; 9999 TAMUS
Lubbock, TX 79403