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Hydrogen cyanide and cyanogenic compounds in seeds. V. Effects of cyanide and azide on germination of apple embryos in relation to their dormancy



Hydrogen cyanide and cyanogenic compounds in seeds. V. Effects of cyanide and azide on germination of apple embryos in relation to their dormancy



Physiologie Vegetale 20(2): 171-177



Embryos were isolated from Golden Delicious apple seeds subjected to cold (5 deg C) or warm (25 deg ) stratification for 15 or 36 days and were exposed to gaseous HCN for 4 days during culture in light (12-h photoperiod) or darkness. HCN stimulated embryo germination in light to the same high level (90%) regardless of stratification temperature or duration.

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