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The effect of light on seed germination in Chenopodium album L. under constant and changing temperature conditions



The effect of light on seed germination in Chenopodium album L. under constant and changing temperature conditions



Rasteniev"dni Nauki 15(2): 144-153



In laboratory tests, light proved to be one of the main factors determining seed germination and stimulated germination at the optimum temp. (25-28 deg C); alternating temps. did not induce light sensitivity in fresh seeds. Fresh seeds showed 95% germination in the light at 25-28 deg C; only 2% of seeds germinated at 10-12 deg C. Daily changes of temp. had a bigger influence on germination than preliminary treatment at low temp.

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