Germinating the seeds of three species of Pimelea sect. Epallage (Thymelaeaceae)1

@article{Silcock2014GerminatingTS,
  title={Germinating the seeds of three species of Pimelea sect. Epallage (Thymelaeaceae)1},
  author={R. Silcock and M. Mann},
  journal={Australian Journal of Botany},
  year={2014},
  volume={62},
  pages={74-83}
}
Pimelea trichostachya Lindl., P. simplex F.Muell. and P. elongata Threlfall frequently cause pimelea poisoning of cattle. Fresh seeds of these species, belonging to sect. Epallage (Endl.) Benth. of Pimelea Gaertn. (Thymelaeaceae) are strongly dormant for years when in laboratory storage. Common methods of stimulating germination, such as scarification, dry heat and cold stratification, did not remove much of the dormancy. ‘Smoke water’ stimulated some germination but its effect was… Expand
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