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The effects of submergence on germination and some aspects of the respiratory metabolism of Cucumis sativus L. seeds


, : The effects of submergence on germination and some aspects of the respiratory metabolism of Cucumis sativus L. seeds. Plant Science Limerick 63(1): 7-13

In contrast to the seeds of other Cucurbitaceae species, cucumber seeds are able to germinate while completely submerged in water. Alcohol dehydrogenase activities of normoxic (control) and submerged seeds (cv. Fletcher) were similar. However, the ethanol content of submerged seeds was substantially higher than that of control seeds.

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