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High temperature after-ripening: effects on volatile release and seed dormancy



High temperature after-ripening: effects on volatile release and seed dormancy



Plant Physiology 61(4, Supplement): 33



Seeds of 8 species of weeds were subjected to an accelerated after-ripening at 50 deg C in sealed vessels. In the case of some of the species, seed lots were either relatively dormant or non-dormant initially. Analysis of the volatile substances given off during treatment indicated that methanol, acetone and ethanol were the major components. Minor components were small hydrocarbons.

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