B. A. Jadeja

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A study was carried out on seed characteristics of nine different tree species of six botanical families for germination and viability during three years, 2008–2009, 2009–2010 and 2010–2011. Average germination percentages after 5, 10 and 20 days were 27.22, 55.56 and 69.44 % for all nine species. Highest germination percentage was recorded in two species(More)
Seeds of 97 plant species were studied for morphological characteristics after collection during botanical field visits from Girnar Reserve Forest, Gujarat, India. There was a significant variation in quantitative characters of seeds, while qualitative traits also exhibited great diversity. Seeds of trees showed highest values for all quantitative features(More)
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