By T. T. Kozlowski
Seed Biology, quantity II: Germination keep an eye on, Metabolism, and Pathology is part of a three-volume treatise, which goals to compile a wide physique of vital info on seed biology.
Organized into 5 chapters, this ebook starts off with a dialogue on environmental regulate of germination and its organic value. Separate chapters persist with that debate body structure and metabolism of seeds with particular dormancy and anomalous garage historical past, in addition to these germinated below irregular stipulations.
This paintings can be precious to varied teams of study biologists and lecturers, together with agronomists, plant anatomists, biochemists, ecologists, entomologists, foresters, horticulturists, plant pathologists, and plant physiologists.
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It inhibited germination of the dark-germinating fraction of the seed popula tion. It also reduced the responsiveness of the light-requiring fraction of the seed population to the promotive action of a subsequent short irradi ation with red light (Fig. 7), unless the latter was separated from it by a 44 48 FR b«tor* illumination (hr) 3 FIG. 7. Germination of Amaranthus retroflexus seeds. Inhibition by prolonged irradi ation with far-red light (FR) of the promotive action of white light (3 Χ 10 ft-c-sec).
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL OF SEED GERMINATION 35 but in a manner which is quite different from seeds with a fully developed embryo, which have been dealt with so far. The processes which occur during this completion of embryonic development are mostly concerned with mobilization and transfer of nutrients to the embryo from the storage tissue in the seed. It has not yet been satisfactorily established whether the primary effect is the mobilization of the nutrients, which allows embryo growth as the nutrients become available, or whether it is the embryo itself which becomes active and thereby causes the mobilization of nutrients (Stokes, 1953).
Although this simple fact was discovered a relatively long time ago (about the same time that J. Sachs first published his results on effects of temperature on 36 DOV KOLLER seed germination), it was not until fairly recently that attention was paid to reporting the presence or absence of light during germination experi ments and even less attention was paid to attempts to control it. An un comfortably large proportion of previous studies on germination has thus lost a great deal of its value.