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



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



Z. Pflanzenz 35: 345-61



Three sets of experiments are described. In the first, apples that had been harvested in a fully ripe condition were subjected to different temperatures during storage to ascertain the effect of temperature on the later germination of their seeds. It was found that, under these conditions, temperature requirements for maximum germination were the same as those during stratification (cf.

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