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.X. Han, J.G. 2007 Effect of seed mass and sowing depth on seedling establishment Pratacultural Sci. 24 44 49 (In Chinese) Lu L.X. Huang H.B. Menzel C. 2001 A review of embryo development in litchi Acta Hort. 558 241 242 Menzel, C.M. 1985 Propagation of

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Leadem, C.L. 1997 Dormancy-unlocking seed secrets, p. 43–52. Natl. Proc., For. Conservation Nursery Assn. Rpt. PNW- G TR-419. U.S. Dept. Agr. For. Serv., P.N.R.S, Portland, OR Mazer, S.J. Lowry, D.E. 2003 Environmental, genetic, and seed mass effects on

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observed using TEM. The seed mass, together with the contents of water, oil, α-linolenic acid, oleic acid, and linoleic acid in the seeds at different developmental stages were determined. Our aim was to acquire systematic knowledge of oil body formation

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.M. 1994a Secondary seed dormancy in Coreopsis lanceolata Amer. Midland Naturalist 131 75 83 10.2307/2426610 Banovetz, S.J. Scheiner, S.M. 1994b The effects of seed mass on the seed ecology of Coreopsis lanceolata Amer. Midland Naturalist 131 65 74 10

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suppression by cover crop residues: Effects of seed mass and timing of species sensitivity Weed Res. 51 177 186 Licht, M.A. Al-Kaisi, M. 2005 Strip-tillage effect on seedbed soil temperature and other soil physical properties Soil Tillage Res. 80 233 249 Luna

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water. The seed samples (20 g broccoli, 10 g mung bean, 15 g onion) were then soaked for 10 h in their respective treatment solutions (100 mL). The seed mass for each species was chosen to give approximate similar seed volumes. The treatment solutions

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stage (R1 and R2), and it may have helped to keep the stigmata receptive and sticky, thereby increasing pollen efficacy and fertilization, the number of fruits, and the seed mass ( Padbhushan and Kumar, 2015 ). The elevated concentration of B in the

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proximity-dependent crossing success in Phlox drummondii Evolution 38 116 127 Lipow, S.R. Wyatt, R. 1999 Diallel crosses reveal patterns of variation in fruit-set, seed mass, and seed number in Asclepias incarnata

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weight, soluble solids, pH, and seed mass ( Goldman et al., 1995 ; Paterson et al., 1991 ). Given the potential of being resistant to drought, its root system is interesting to investigate. Molecular markers are implemented extensively in breeding

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seeds were dried on a desktop. The number of plump, well-developed seeds that appeared capable of germinating was estimated for each cross. Where there were fewer than 200 seeds, all were counted. Where there were more than 200, the total seed mass was

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