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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «GERMINABLE» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GERMINABLE»
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Principles of Seed Science and Technology
2-4 GERMINABLE. Minor unstained areas on cotyledons. No. 5 GERMINABLE.
Minor unstained area on upper portion of radiclehypocotyl axis. No. 6
GERMINABLE. Extreme tip of radicle unstained; minor unstained spots on
Lawrence O. Copeland, 1995
Evaluating Constraints and Opportunities in Managing Weed ...
Mean, standard deviation and range of initial germinable seedbank for foxtail spp
., common lambsquarters, and velvetleaf populations at Pennsylvania and Maine
for 2004 and 2005. ................................................................................................... 56 ...
Steven B. Mirsky, 2008
Nature's Plow: Soil Macroinvertebrate Communities in the ...
Germinable seed movements induced by casting activity of M. carimaguensis in
each of the five treatments. Standard errors are in brackets; letters mean
differences at P<0.05 (t test). Table 5. Analyses of variance for the number of
Juan J. Jiménez, Richard James Thomas, 2001
Principles of Seed Science and Technology
No. l GERMINABLE. Seed completely stained. Nos. 2-4 GERMINABLE. Minor
unstained areas on cotyledons. No.5 GERMINABLE. Minor unstained area on
upper portion of radiclehypocotyl axls. No. 6 GERMINABLE. Extreme tip of radicle
Larry O. Copeland, Miller B. McDonald, 1995
Weed Science and Weed Control in Southeast Asia: An ...
Seeds which are in innate or secondary dormancy will not germinate even under
ideal conditions: they are viable but non-germinable. Seeds in enforced
dormancy are viable and germinable. The process of germination has two
J. T. Swarbrick, B. L. Mercado, 1987
At the rate of 40 cones per tree, 120 seeds per cone, and average rate of
germination of 44 percent (as given later) , a tree bearing a good crop would
produce, on the average, a few more than 2,000 germinable seeds. Occasional
trees may ...
Germination ranking among S. faberii populations within a single AR duration
changed between durations, though Whiteoak JW32 was often among the least
germinable populations and Mortensen JW40 was often among the most ...
Kari Ann Jovaag, 2006
Population Biology of Grasses
Soil seed banks Although few data are available, large variation in the size of the
germinable soil seed banks measured in spring seems characteristic of both
Astrebla spp. and H. contortus pastures. Both species form transient seed banks
G. P. Cheplick, 1998
Issues in Ecological Research and Application: 2011 Edition
We assess the spatial congruence between seed bank composition and extant
vegetation, document temporal variation in the germinable seed bank over the
annual dry season, test the effects of laboratory-applied heat and smoke
Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium: Proceedings
In contrast, ungerminated Lehmann lovegrass seeds remain germinable
throughout dry periods following an initial rainfall event. The use of native plants
has become a common goal for revegetation projects in recent years. However,
Bruce A. Roundy, E. Durant McArthur, Jennifer S. Hayley, 1996
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GERMINABLE»
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Kentucky Now Taking Hemp Applications
... successfully sued the Drug Enforcement Administration to block the federal agency's attempts to confiscate germinable hemp seeds intended ... «The Leaf Online, Dec 14»
All About Moringa: The Uber Nutritious Superfood That Could …
... Moringa Source (powder leaves, oil, and seeds) and Moringa Farms (seedlings, powders from all parts of the plant, and germinable seeds). «One Green Planet, Oct 14»
Many 'little hammers' best for organic weed control, says Maine expert
Samples taken from his region found that the germinable seed bank ranged from zero to 30,000 seeds per square metre. The mid-range was ... «Manitoba Co-operator, Feb 14»
Soybean seeding rate
The only subjective information requested by the calculator is an estimate of the percentage of germinable seed expected to emerge and ... «AG Week, May 13»
Calculate Your Soybean Seeding-Rate Needs
The only subjective information requested by the calculator is an estimate of the percentage of germinable seed expected to emerge and ... «AgWeb, May 13»
Pyramid Generator Runs 12W Fan
We are all informed that the seeds found in the Egyptian pyramids were still germinable after thousands of years. Thomas uses a stabilizing ... «The Green Optimistic, Jan 11»
“If you look at the seed tag information on the bag, it will report that the seeds are 80 to 90 percent germinable. That's true, but those tests are ... «Biomass Magazine, Oct 10»
JPL Develops High-Speed Test to Improve Pathogen Decontamination
Ponce co-authored a paper on the new technology, called Germinable Endospore Biodosimetry, along with Pun To Young, a post-doctoral ... «NASA, Oct 09»
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