[HTML] from nih.govDE Goggin, SB Powles… - Journal of experimental …, 2011 - Soc Experiment Biol Seed dormancy in wild Lolium rigidum Gaud (annual ryegrass) populations is highly variable and not well characterized at the biochemical level. To identify some of the determinants of dormancy level in these seeds, the proteomes of subpopulations selected for low and high levels of ... Cited by 2 - Related articles - All 6 versions
RVL Joosen, W Ligterink… - Seed Science …, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press ... However, this type of analysis opened the possibility of combining transcript and metabolite data using MapMan. Arabidopsis seeds show certain levels of primarydormancy immediately after seed harvest. In our Visualization of seed molecular processes 3 Page 4. ... Related articles - All 2 versions
[HTML] from acrbuynow.infoSL Kendall, A Hellwege, P Marriot… - The Plant Cell …, 2011 - acrbuynow.info ... Genetic influences on the induction of strong primarydormancy by low seed maturation temperatures have been uncovered, with roles for both phytochrome and FLC having been proposed (Donohue et al., 2008; Chiang et al., 2009). ...
G Chiang, M Bartsch, D Barua, K Nakabayashi… - 2011 - datadryad.org ... depends strongly on the interaction between genetics and seasonal environments both before and after seed dispersal. DELAY OF GERMINATION 1 (DOG1) is the first gene that has been identified to be associated with natural variation in primarydormancy in Arabidopsis ... Cached - All 2 versions
[HTML] from pnas.orgDC Nelson, A Scaffidi, EA Dun… - Proceedings of the …, 2011 - National Acad Sciences ... Fig. 1 B–D). The kai1 seed had enhanced primarydormancy, which could be partially overcome by 10 mM KNO 3 treatment, but was completely unresponsive to promotion of germination by KAR 1 , KAR 2 , or GR24 (Fig. 1E). ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - All 3 versions
[HTML] from nih.govJ Bazin, D Batlla, S Dussert… - Journal of …, 2011 - Soc Experiment Biol ... changes in water properties. Finally, to assess the effect of temperature during after-ripening, an after-ripening thermal time model was developed for primary dormancy release of sunflower seeds. Our data demonstrate that ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - All 7 versions
N Seerey, SJ Shirtliffe… - Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 2011 - pubs.aic.ca ... The experimental design was a randomized block, two-way factorial with five cultivars, two forms of shed seed and a wheat-free control. The five cultivars selected for their primarydormancy levels were RL 4137 and W98616 with high levels of primarydormancy; AC Barrie with ... Related articles
[PDF] from cast.org.cnB Lu, K Xie, C Yang, L Zhang, T Wu… - … of Integrative Plant …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library ... 2007; Chinnusamy et al. 2008). In rice, the qSD12 derived from weedy rice promotes ABA accumulation in early developing seeds to induce primarydormancy in rice (Gu et al. 2010). ... in early developing seeds to induce primarydormancy in rice. Plant Mol. Biol. 73, 97–104. ... Related articles - All 3 versions
K Liu, JM Baskin, CC Baskin… - American Journal of …, 2011 - Botanical Soc America ... Germination parameterization and development of an after-ripening thermal–time model for primarydormancy release of Lithospermum arvense seeds. Annals of Botany 103: 1291–1301. Abstract/FREE Full Text. ↵: Cui XF,; Hans FG. . 2009. ... Related articles - All 3 versions
[HTML] from frontiersin.orgF Liu, H Zhang, G Wu, J Sun, L Hao… - Frontiers in Plant …, 2011 - frontiersin.org Home; About; Submit; Advertise & PR. Register; Login. Science: Genetics: Applied Genetic Epidemiology; Behavioral and Psychiatric Genetics; Bioinformatics and Computational Biology; Cancer Genetics; Epigenomics; Evolutionary ... Related articles - Cached - All 4 versions
DV Ceccato, HD Bertero… - Seed Science Research, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press ... Pre-harvest sprouting (PHS) is a serious risk when adapting quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) seed pro- duction to different temperate environments. ... These patterns may vary depending on environmental conditions during seed development and maturation on the mother plant. ... Related articles - All 2 versions
S Lewak - Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2011 - Springer Page 1. REVIEW Metabolic control of embryonic dormancy in apple seed: seven decades of research Stanisław Lewak ... 1984), but it had already been exploited earlier (eg, processes cardinal for seed formation; Pate 1975). ... All 2 versions
S Mira, ME González-Benito, AM Ibars… - Biodiversity and …, 2011 - Springer ... 6); ie the seeds had lost their primarydormancy after previous storage. Avrami parameters were calculated for those conditions and colors for which their viability loss was higher than 15%, ruling out the rest of the cases because of Fig. ... Cited by 2 - Related articles - All 3 versions
[PDF] from uni-sz.bgAR Zare, M Solouki, M Omidi, N Irvani… - 2011 - tru.uni-sz.bg ... 9). Gibberellic acid (GA3) is one of the hormones proposed to control primarydormancy by inducing germination. The effect of GA3 as a germination promoter is hypothesized to increase with chilling treatment (4). For the occasional species whose seed coats contain a readily ... Related articles - View as HTML
R Iglesias-Fernández… - Seed Science …, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press ... Because the AtDOG1 gene decreases in abundance during dry AR and this gene expression is abscisic acid (ABA)- dependent, it was hypothesized that AtDOG1 is associated with the induction of primarydormancy during seed development (Finch-Savage et al., 2007). ... Related articles - All 2 versions
J Sírová, M Sedlárová, J Piterková, L Luhová… - Plant Science, 2011 - Elsevier ... affecting the germination process . In many plant species, completely mature and developed seeds are potentially competent to germinate; however, they establish an endogenous germination blockage and enter into a physiological state called primarydormancy, which is ...
[PDF] from uib-csic.esB Padrón, M Nogales, A Traveset, M Vila… - Biological …, 2011 - Springer ... by native and alien seed dispersers in the Mediterranean area and the Canary ... We describe the assemblage of seed dispers- ers on three species of alien Opuntia invading Mediterranean and Macaronesian habitats, and exam- ine the quality of such plant-animal interactions. ... Related articles - All 13 versions
[HTML] from agronomyjournal.itF Gresta, G Avola, R Tuttobene… - Italian Journal of …, 2011 - agronomyjournal.it ... Exposure to elevated temperatures has been demonstrated to activate seeds that have a primary dormancy (Bell and Williams, 1998; Williams et al., 2004) and to break the physical barrier of hard-seeded legumes, releasing the seeds from tegumental dormancy (Bradstock and ... Cached
[PDF] from academicjournals.orgA Nawaz, M Amjad, MA Pervez… - African Journal of …, 2011 - academicjournals.org ... conditions (Osborne, 1981). Primarydormancy is often, but not always, removed by exposure of dry seeds to high temperatures (after-ripening) or of imbibed seed to chilling temperatures (Bewley and Black, 1985; Hilhorst, 1995). ... View as HTML
[PDF] from halophyte.orgS SAEED, B GUL… - Pak. J. Bot, 2011 - halophyte.org ... Arthrocnemum indicum also produces numerous seeds every year, however, seeds have primarydormancy and require an after ripening period of about six to eight months before they are ready to germinate in laboratory condition. ... Related articles - View as HTML - All 3 versions
S Fogliatto, F Vidotto… - Weed Technology, 2011 - BioOne ... Environment can affect seed germination not only after seed dispersal but also when seeds are attached to the mother plant during seed development, which can determine the primarydormancy level of newly produced seeds. ... Related articles
A Fenesi… - Journal of Plant Ecology, 2011 - jpe.oxfordjournals.org ... Thereafter, they were stratified for 12 weeks (10 January to 3 April 2008) at 4°C in order to break the primarydormancy. On 10 April, seeds were placed to germinate in pots containing sterilized soil in a non-heated greenhouse under natural light condition in Halmeu, Romania. ...
M Díaz-Miguel, F Serrano… - Survival and Sustainability, 2011 - Springer ... In the case of G. versicolor, it is clear that GA3 is incapable of breaking primarydormancy of seeds at any of the temperatures assayed (Table 1) and the same occurred in R. complicata at 15 and 20 ◦ C. Nevertheless, at 25 ◦ C, the behaviour of this phytohormone proved more ... Related articles - All 2 versions
[PDF] from krakow.plM Kucewicz, A Wardzyńska… - ACTA …, 2011 - ib-pan.krakow.pl ... According to the authors, the duration of primarydormancy was af- fected by the month and the year of harvest. The seeds exhumed in July and August were characterized by a longer primary dormancy period in comparison with the seeds harvested in September. ... Related articles - View as HTML
[PDF] from uni-koeln.deM Debieu - 2011 - kups.ub.uni-koeln.de ... Dormancy cycles in physiological dormant seeds. Primarydormancy is established during seed development. ...Seed phase includes primarydormancy and potential secondary dormancy cycles as well as non dormant phases in non permissive conditions for germination. ... Related articles - All 2 versions
I Giełwanowska, A Bochenek, E Gojło… - Polish Polar …, 2011 - Versita ... They might have been in deep primarydormancy. Seed germination results obtained over the next two years after the seeds had been brought to Poland from the Antarctic were low (2–4%). That is why we do not present these data in this work. ... Related articles
K Taylor, P Rowland - Journal of Ecology, 2011 - Wiley Online Library ... In the laboratory experiments, both low (<12 °C) and higher temperatures (>15 °C) relieved primarydormancy in Stachys palustris. The effects of three pesticides, chlorpyrifos, dimethoate and iprodione, on seed germination of a number of perennial forbs, including Stachys ... Related articles - All 2 versions
[PDF] from univ-lille1.frJF Arnaud, J Cuguen… - Heredity, 2011 - gepv.univ-lille1.fr ... The subsequent invasiveness of weed beets can be attributed to their ability to flower the first year after seedling emergence and to their primarydormancy allowing weed beet seeds to survive several years buried in the soil (Van Dijk, 2004; Sester et al., 2006). ... Related articles - View as HTML - All 4 versions
E Bona, F Marsano, N Massa, C Cattaneo… - Journal of …, 2011 - Elsevier ... In fact, also the arsenomethyl analogues of 2-phosphoglycerate can be the substrate for enolase . Recently, high-dormancy L. rigidum seeds, constitutively prepared to survive environmental stresses , and chilled rice roots , showed higher expression of enolase. ... All 2 versions
[PDF] from nmmu.ac.zaDC Vromans… - 2011 - nmmu.ac.za ... longer to complete their life-cycles, namely seven and nine months respectively, while S. tegataria did not germinate in situ but reproduced vegetatively despite producing seed. ...Seed output during the two reproduction periods varied between the two estuaries. Sarcocornia ...