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Geoffrey C. Denny and Michael A. Arnold

associated authority files 12 June 2006 < > Murphy, J.B. Stanley, R.G. 1975 Increased germination rates of baldcypress and pondcypress seed following treatments affecting the seed coat Physiol. Plant. 35 135 139 10

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Menahem Edelstein and Haim Nerson

Cited Coumans, M. Come, D. Gaspars, T. 1976 Stabilized dormancy in sugarbeet fruits. I. Seed coats as a physicochemical barrier to oxygen Bot. Gaz. 137 274 278 Edelstein, M. Ben Tal, Y

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Margarita Pérez-Jiménez, Alfonso Guevara-Gázquez, Antonio Carrillo-Navarro, and José Cos-Terrer

hypochlorite and 0.1% (v/v) Tween 20 for 1.5 h in a laminar flow hood. Carbon source treatments. After disinfection, seeds coats were removed in half of the seeds and were then distributed randomly in nine media (86 or 87 seeds each) composed of WPM

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Jie Zeng, Ting Zhou, Donglin Zhang, and Wangxiang Zhang

National Crabapple Germplasm Genetic Center (Yangzhou, Jiangsu, China, lat. 32°420′N, long. 119°550′E). The seed goes through the following process: first, to soften seed coats, seeds were soaked in warm water (40 to 45 °C) for 4 h. Second, to break seed

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Timothy G. Porch, Matthew W. Blair, Patricia Lariguet, Carlos Galeano, Clive E. Pankhurst, and William J. Broughton

Allavena, A. 1989 Modification of the seed coat color associated to the I gene conferring resistance to BCMV Annu. Rpt. Bean Improv. Coop. 32 90 91 Andersen, A.L. Down, E.E. 1956 Agronomic use of an x

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Bernd Leinauer, Matteo Serena, and Devesh Singh

) documented improved kentucky bluegrass establishment when seed coated with diatomaceous earth and cytokinins was used compared with uncoated seed or seed coated with diatomaceous earth only. To prevent seedling diseases, coatings treated with fungicides were

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Ai-Rong Li, Kai-Yun Guan, and Robin J. Probert

against 120-grit sandpaper until the seed coat was penetrated or was soaked in gibberellic acid (GA 3 ; 100 and 500 mg·L −1 , respectively) for 2 h. All tests were carried out in a growth chamber (Yi-Heng Technology Co., Ltd., model MGC-300A, series Blue

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Yuliya A. Salanenka, Martin C. Goffinet, and Alan G. Taylor

. Permeability test and gross anatomical observations Agarose was added to deionized water saturated with fluorescent tracer (coumarin 151) and microwaved. The solution (0.6% w/v) was poured into 9-cm petri dishes and cooled at room temperature. Seed coats were

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Melike Cirak and James R. Myers

.R. Frazier, W. Varseveld, G. 1981 ‘Oregon 91’ green bean HortScience 16 230 Ballard, L. 1973 Physical barriers to germination Seed Sci. Technol. 1 285 303 Bassett, M.J. 2007 Genetics of seed coat color and pattern in common bean Plant

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Yunpeng Gao, Mingwei Zhu, Haoyu Wang, and Shuxian Li

.g., seed coat and endosperm). Previous studies revealed that germination is a complex process and the presence of endogenous inhibitors is the major reason for the physiological dormancy in many plants ( Paiva and Prudente, 2018 ; Samajdar et al., 2018