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Studies on the germination physiology of pome fruit. III. Comparative varietal studies on the temperature requirements of stratified pome fruit seed and on the reversibility of the stratification processes



Studies on the germination physiology of pome fruit. III. Comparative varietal studies on the temperature requirements of stratified pome fruit seed and on the reversibility of the stratification processes



Z. Pflanzenz, 56. 35: 89-97. bibl. 6



Part III. A temperature of 3-4 degrees C. was found to be the optimum for seed germination in all the varieties studied, but the varieties differed in their response to higher temperatures.

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