Dormancy in seeds imposed by the seed coat

@inproceedings{Barton1965DormancyIS,
  title={Dormancy in seeds imposed by the seed coat},
  author={L. V. Barton},
  year={1965}
}
  • L. V. Barton
  • Published 1965
  • Biology
  • The resting condition of many seeds, especially those of different farm and garden crops, is maintained only as long as the seeds are in dry storage. As soon as a suitably moist medium and a favorable temperature are provided germination proceeds almost immediately. In many other seeds, the embryo is in a genuine (endogenous) dormancy condition which must either disappear “spontaneously” or must be broken by the action of certain environmental conditions before germination can take place. In a… CONTINUE READING
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