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Studies on the germination physiology of pome fruit. IV. Studies on varietal differences regarding the temperature requirements and frost resistance during germination and on ageing phenomena in pome fruit seed



Studies on the germination physiology of pome fruit. IV. Studies on varietal differences regarding the temperature requirements and frost resistance during germination and on ageing phenomena in pome fruit seed



Z. Pflanzenz, 56. 35: 179-98. bibl. 18



Part IV. Kirchensaller Mostbirne, by far the most common pear seedling rootstock in Germany, proved least susceptible to high or low temperatures during germination. Frost resistance at -4 degrees C. during stratification varied greatly. The optimum temperature for the growth of root and hypocotyl immediately after germination was estimated to be 20 degrees C. or slightly more.

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