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Studies on the reasons for the sharp decline in the germinability of triploid, seedless water melons


, : Studies on the reasons for the sharp decline in the germinability of triploid, seedless water melons. Bulletin of Agricultural Research, Taiwan Shih yen Pao kao (1): 42-51

When triploid Citrullus vulgaris seed was stored for six months, germination fell from 85% to 30%; the water content increased; cystine, hydroxyproline, methionine, glycine and trytophan disappeared and total aminoacid content fell to 30%.

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