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Physical factors affecting longevity and germination of seed of Western dwarfmistletoe (Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm. f. campylopodum)

Kent Marsden Beckman

Physical factors affecting longevity and germination of seed of Western dwarfmistletoe (Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm. f. campylopodum)

by Kent Marsden Beckman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mistletoes.,
  • Germination.,
  • Ponderosa pine -- Diseases and pests.

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    Statementby Kent Marsden Beckman.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15110433M

    with reduced seed longevity. Here, we study natural variation for seed longevity in order to reveal its genetic regulators and their pos-sible association with seed dormancy. We have per-formed integrated QTL analyses for seed longevity, measured as germination ability after storage at ambient conditions, in six RIL populations. These populations.   The Interaction of Heat and Smoke in the Release of Seed Dormancy in Seven Species from Southwestern Western Australia A. Tieu Science Directorate, Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, West Perth, , Western Australia Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, The University of Western Australia, Nedlands, Cited by:

    An example of these relationships with respect to factors affecting longevity may be seen in Fig. 3. Aging is invariably a time-dependent deteriorative process. It affects various component systems of the human body at different rates, ranging from physiological, anatomical to morphological by:   Seed Longevity and Dormancy State Suggest Management Strategies for Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) and Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) in Deciduous Forest Sites - Volume 66 Issue 2 - Mame E. Redwood, Glenn R. Matlack, Cynthia D. HuebnerCited by: 3.

    annual, stiltgrass necessarily overwinters in the seed-bank. Seeds are produced in a state of innate dormancy (sensu Harper ), requiring cold stra-tification for up to 90d before germination can occur (Judge ). Longevity of up to 4yr in the soil has been inferred by observing germination in the field (Barden ).Cited by: 3. Both auxins and gibberellins can cause stem cells to elongate, likely via multiple mechanisms. One such mechanism is that of cell wall loosening, in which enzymes may be produced that soften cell walls by breaking bonds between cellulose fibers.


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Physical factors affecting longevity and germination of seed of Western dwarfmistletoe (Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm. f. campylopodum) by Kent Marsden Beckman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Physical factors affecting longevity and germination of seed of Western dwarfmistletoe (Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm. Western dwarfmistletoe seed, after expulsion in the fall, remain dormant for approximately six months. Preliminary investigations suggested dormancy is regulated by a chemical inhibitor associated with the by: 1.

Seed companies apply laborious and costly priming techniques to overcome seed dormancy and speed up and synchronize seed germination. However priming is a pre-germination treatment, which may lead to substantial reduction of seed longevity.

This review attempted to draw attention to the evidence that a wide range of physical, chemical, molecular, and genetic factors is implicated in the control of seed longevity. The contribution of the testa to seed longevity is important for maintenance of the weakest metabolic activity and protection against various environmental by:   The size of a seed is known to affect the fitness of the plant growing from it; larger seeds often have the higher fitnesses.

Based on the Cited by:   Longevity of seeds stored in a genebank: species characteristics - Volume 15 Issue 1 - Christina Walters, Lana M. Wheeler, Judith M. Grotenhuis Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by:   Dormancy is a state of metabolic arrest that facilitates the survival of organisms during environmental conditions incompatible with their regular course of life.

Many organisms have deep dormant stages to promote an extended life span (increased longevity). In contrast, plants have seed dormancy and seed longevity described as two traits.

Seed dormancy is. Abstract. It is unfortunate that the term dormancy, when applied to seeds, has been used in at least two distinct ways.

Sometimes any seed which is not in the process of germinating — e.g. a dry seed in storage — is said to be by: Other articles where Hypogeous germination is discussed: angiosperm: Seedlings: In hypogeous germination, the hypocotyl remains short and the cotyledons do not emerge from the seed but rather force the radicle and epicotyl axis to elongate out of the seed coat.

The seed, with the enclosed cotyledons, remains underground, and the epicotyl grows up through the. Seed factors: Genetic factors The storage is influenced by the genetic make up of the seed. Some kinds are naturally short lived (e.g) onion, soybeans, ground nut etc., Based on the genetic make up seeds are classified into.

Natural variation for seed longevity and seed dormancy are negatively correlated in Arabidopsis thaliana p Chapter 3 The identification and validation of factors involved in seed longevity, a genetics and proteomics approach p Chapter 4 The genetic analyses and fine-mapping of File Size: 8MB.

This updated and much revised third edition of Seeds: Physiology of Development, Germination and Dormancy provides a thorough overview of seed biology and incorporates much of the progress that has been made during the past fifteen years.

With an emphasis on placing information in the context of the seed, this new edition includes recent advances in the areas.

The negative correlation between seed longevity and seed dormancy (days of seed dry storage required to reach 50% germination) that was identified by the QTL analyses was proven to be very significant, given the very high correlation coefficients (r 2) of (P = ) and (P Cited by: The alchemical marriage of the Sun and Moon in marijuana seeds.

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reading across from the vertical axis at 50% germination and down to the horizontal axis. This time period is often used to compare the longevity of different seed-lots. The P 75, P 60, P 25, etc. could be similarly determined. The use of probit analysis for modelling the data from seed storage experiments was first described by Roberts ().File Size: 4MB.

Seed Storage Seed Quality Seed Moisture Seed Longevity Recalcitrant Seed These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 7. Seed Priming Factors affect priming: •Temperature •Water potential •Priming duration “Hydrothermal priming time” Model Effects of priming: •Increase germination rate and uniformity •Develop seedling root systems rapidly •Break dormancy, overcome some adverse conditions, e.g.

high temperature •Reduce seed longevity, especially File Size: 2MB. Fens are among the most threatened habitats in Europe as their area has decreased considerably in the last centuries. For successful management and restoration conservationists need detailed knowledge about seed bank formation and seed longevity of plants, as these features are closely related to successional and vegetation dynamical by: 7.

Seed dispersal and germination were examined for 70 species from the cold Gurbantunggut Desert in northwest China. Mean and range (3 orders of magnitude) of seed mass were smaller and narrower than those in other floras (5–8 orders of magnitude), which implies that selection favors relatively smaller seeds in this desert.

We identified five dispersal syndromes Cited by: 7. Relationships between seed germination requirements and ecophysiological characteristics aid the recovery of threatened native species in Western Australia.

Ecological Management and Restoration 3: Doohan, D.J., Monaco, T.J., and Sheets, T.J. Factors influencing germination of field violet (Viola arvensis).

Weed Science   Plant seeds prepare for germination already during seed maturation. We performed a detailed transcriptome analysis of barley (Hordeum vulgare) grain maturation, desiccation, and germination in two tissue fractions (starchy endosperm/aleurone and embryo/scutellum) using the Affymetrix Barley1 aid data evaluation, Arabidopsis Cited by:.

Seakale (Crambe maritima L.) seeds germinate very slowly with a low germination percentage due to the influence of seed dormancy and slow water imbibition because of .Longevity of seeds stored in a genebank: species characteristics Christina Walters*, Lana M.

Wheeler and Judith M. Grotenhuis USDA-ARS National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation, So. Mason St., Fort Collins, COUSA Abstract Seeds of different species are believed to have characteristic shelf lives, although data confirming this are .Predicting Seed Longevity: the use and abuse of seed viability equations.

January ; practical evidence on buried seeds supports the notion of .