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Seeds: Ecology, Biogeography, and, Evolution of Dormancy and Germination
Introduction. Ecologically Meaningful Germination Studies. Types of Seed Dormancy. Germination Ecology of Seeds with Nondeep Physiological Dormancy. Germination Ecology of Seeds withExpand
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Taxonomy, anatomy and evolution of physical dormancy in seeds
Physical dormancy (PY) is caused by a water-impermeable seed or fruit coat. It is known, or highly suspected, to occur in nine orders and 15 families of angiosperms (sensuAngiosperm Phylogeny GroupExpand
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GERMINATION ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF HERBACEOUS PLANT SPECIES IN A TEMPERATE REGION
Germination phenology data have been collected from 75 winter annuals, 49 summer annuals, 28 monocarpic perennials, and 122 polycarpic perennials, and experimental investigations of dormancy breakingExpand
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Ecological aspects of seed desiccation sensitivity
Summary 1 The ability of seeds to survive desiccation is an important functional trait and is an integral part of plant regeneration ecology. Despite this, the topic has received relatively littleExpand
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The Annual Dormancy Cycle in Buried Weed Seeds: A Continuum
The classic studies of Brenchley and Warington (1930) and numerous other investigations have demonstrated that large reserves (pools) of weed seeds accumulate in arable soils. Work reviewed by KropadExpand
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Studies on the seed biology of 100 native species of trees in a seasonal moist tropical forest, Panama, Central America
This study quantified various aspects of the seed biology of 100 tree species native to the seasonal moist tropical forest in the Panama Canal Watershed. Species were selected for study based onExpand
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A revision of Martin's seed classification system, with particular reference to his dwarf-seed type
Martin's ( 1946 ) seed classification system has 10 types based on embryo and endosperm characteristics and two additional types based on seed size: dwarf (0.3–2.0 mm) and micro ( ≤ 0.2 mm). HeExpand
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