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Imbibition period as the critical temperature sensitive stage in germination of lima bean seeds.
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Organic leachate is a potential influence on soil microorganisms and, together with the temperature sensitivity, vigor, and seed coat effect undoubtedly is important in controlling the potential variability in germination shown by a seed population. Expand
STUDIES ON ROOTS I. PROPERTIES AND DISTRIBUTION OF FLUORESCENT CONSTITUENTS IN AVENA ROOTS
DURING THE PAST DECADE the senior author and various collaborators have been investigating some of the fluorescent constituents of plants, particularly those of oat roots. In an initial reportExpand
Studies of Rest Period. II. Nitrogen and Phosphorus Changes in Embryonic Organs of After-Ripening Cherry Seed.
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Data suggest that the respiratory rise might be due to an increased supply of available phosphate or phosphate acceptors, and results show that total phosphate concentration in the axis increases during after-ripening. Expand
Imbibition temperature sensitivity of lima bean seeds controlled by initial seed moisture.
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Present data show that this chilling injury during imbibition of liquid water can be prevented if axes are first allowed to absorb water vapor, and the increase of initial water content to 20% increases growth even of unchilled axes, and reduces leaching of 264 mmu absorbing compounds. Expand
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