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Studies on the germination physiology of pome fruit. V. Comparative varietal studies on the effects of hot and cold treatments acting on the seed before stratification



Studies on the germination physiology of pome fruit. V. Comparative varietal studies on the effects of hot and cold treatments acting on the seed before stratification



Z. Pflanzenz, 56. 35: 345-61. bibl. 15



Part V. Fruits of different apple varieties were stored at different temperatures and the seeds were germinated under optimum conditions. In this experiment pre-germination processes were found to take place in the seeds while still within the stored fruits, showing a similar susceptibility to unfavourable temperatures as do stratified seeds. Slowly germinating varieties proved more resistant to temperature effects than rapidly germinating ones.

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