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Effects of dehydration treatments on germination, seedling vigour and cytoplasmic leakage in wild oats and birdsfoot trefoil

, : Effects of dehydration treatments on germination, seedling vigour and cytoplasmic leakage in wild oats and birdsfoot trefoil. Canadian Journal of Botany 58(4): 471-476

The stage in germination at which birdsfoot trefoil Carroll seeds and Avena fatua embryos became sensitive to dehydration was determined using % germination, seedling vigour and cytoplasmic leakage as indicators of cellular damage. Dehydration of seeds or embryos in the early stages of germination did not impair the subsequent germination or vigour of the seedling. In addition, cytoplasmic leakage during rehydration remained low.


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