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Assessment of forest tree seed viability

Assessment of forest tree seed viability

Italia Forestale e Montana 42(4): 249-256

The advantages and disadvantages of germination tests and 5 quick methods (tetrazolium test, X-ray testing, excised embryo test, cutting tests and electrical conductivity tests) are discussed in relation to ISTA rules.

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