[PDF] from seedbiology.deK Müller, AC Carstens, A Linkies… - New …, 2009 - Wiley Online Library By screening enhancer trap lines of Arabidopsis, we identified a role for the NADPH-oxidase AtrbohB in after-ripening. Semiquantitative PCR was used to investigate AtrbohB transcripts in seeds. These methods were complemented with a pharmacological approach using ... Cited by 10 - Related articles - All 7 versions
[HTML] from nih.govE Carrera, T Holman, A Medhurst… - The Plant …, 2008 - Wiley Online Library After-ripening (AR) is a time and environment regulated process occurring in the dry seed, which determines the germination potential of seeds. Both metabolism and perception of the phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) are important in the initiation and maintenance of dormancy. ... Cited by 56 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 7 versions
MJ Holdsworth, L Bentsink… - New Phytologist, 2008 - Wiley Online Library ... Harada, 1990). However, transient low-level transcription and translation of the beta-1,3-glucanase gene during tobacco seedafter-ripening has been observed, leading to the release of dormancy (Leubner-Metzger, 2005). Further ... Cited by 101 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 5 versions
J Bazin, N Langlade, P Vincourt… - The Plant Cell …, 2011 - Am Soc Plant Biol ... More specifically, we postulate that stored mRNA can be oxidized during seed after-ripening and that this process may be involved in the regulation of dormancy. After demonstrating that changes in transcript profile can occur ... Related articles - All 2 versions
NB Bair, SE Meyer… - Seed Science Research, 2006 - Cambridge Univ Press Page 1. A hydrothermal after-ripening time model for seed dormancy loss in Bromus tectorum L. Necia B. Bair1, Susan E. Meyer2 and Phil S. Allen1* 1Department of Plant and Animal Sciences, Brigham Young University, Provo ... Cited by 29 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 8 versions
VMV Cruz, G Romano… - Industrial Crops and Products, 2011 - Elsevier ... storage (Dierig, personal observation). Although seedafter-ripening has been studied in major crops, noxious weeds, wildflowers, and model plant species, it has not yet been well described in Physaria. We hypothesized that ...
L XiuJun, L YueYang, C XiaoXu… - Journal of Beijing Forestry …, 2009 - cabdirect.org To understand the physiological and biochemical changes in after-ripening for seeds of M. sieboldii, discuss the potential mechanism of breaking seed dormancy and provide the basis and reference for rapid germination, the seeds of M. sieboldii were pregerminated for 48 ... All 5 versions
HC Passam, S Theodoropoulou, T Karanissa… - Scientia …, 2010 - Elsevier ... The experiment was repeated in year 2 using the same cultivars and methods as in year 1 except that fruits were harvested only at 25–45 DAA since the results of year 1 showed that this is the stage at which seedafter-ripening is most beneficial. ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - All 2 versions
[PDF] from seedbiology.deG Leubner-Metzger - Planta, 2002 - Springer Abstract 'Coat-imposed' seed dormancy of many non- endospermic and endospermic species is released during after-ripening. After-ripening-mediated promotion of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) seed germination is mainly due to a promotion of testa rupture and a similar promotion ... Cited by 37 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 10 versions
[PDF] from seedbiology.deG Leubner-Metzger - Seed Sci. Res, 2003 - Cambridge Univ Press Page 1. INVITED REVIEW Functions and regulation of β-1,3-glucanases during seed germination, dormancy release and after-ripening Gerhard Leubner-Metzger* Institut für Biologie II, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Schänzlestr. 1, D-79104 Freiburg i. Br., Germany Abstract ... Cited by 68 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 10 versions
KJ Steadman, AD Crawford… - Functional Plant Biology, 2003 - CSIRO ... conditions. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 39, 143–147. Christensen M, Meyer SE, Allen PS (1996) A hydrothermal time model of seedafter-ripening in Bromus tectorum L. Seed Science Research 6, 155–163. Covell ... Cited by 45 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 5 versions
ME Veatch-Blohm… - Castanea, 2011 - BioOne ... Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst 36:234–266. Carrera, E., T. Holman, A. Medhurst, D. Dietrich, S. Footitt, FL Theodoulou, and MJ Holdsworth. 2008. Seedafter-ripening is a discrete developmental pathway associated with specific gene networks in Arabidopsis. Plant J 53:214–224. ...
[HTML] from oxfordjournals.orgEA Veasey, MG Karasawa, PP Santos… - Annals of …, 2004 - Annals Botany Co ... significant differences (P < 0·01) were observed among populations of each species, among storage periods, as well as for the interaction between storage periods and populations, indicating that the different populations presented different seedafter-ripening dormancy loss. ... Cited by 18 - Related articles - All 10 versions
[HTML] from oxfordjournals.orgG Leubner‐Metzger… - Journal of experimental botany, 2001 - Soc Experiment Biol Little is known about the molecular basis for seed dormancy, after‐ripening, and radicle emergence through the covering layers during germination. In tobacco, endosperm rupture occurs after testa rupture and is the limiting step in seed germination. Class I β‐1,3‐glucanase (βGLU I), ... Cited by 19 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 10 versions
M Christensen, SE Meyer… - Seed Science …, 1996 - Cambridge Univ Press Bromus tectorum L. is an invasive winter annual grass with seeds that lose dormancy through the process of dry after-ripening. This paper proposes a model for after- ripening of B. tectorum seeds based on the concept of hydrothermal time. Seed germination time course curves ... Cited by 58 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 12 versions
PS Allen, SE Meyer… - Journal of experimental …, 1995 - Soc Experiment Biol Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 46, No. 292, pp. 1737-1744, November 1995 ... Patterns of seed after-ripening in Bromus tectorum L. ... Phil S. Allen1'4 Susan E. Meyer2 and Julie Beckstead3 ... 1 Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT ... Cited by 20 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 5 versions
G Leubner-Metzger… - Journal of Experimental Botany, 2001 - ingentaconnect.com Little is known about the molecular basis for seed dormancy, after-ripening, and radicle emergence through the covering layers during germination. In tobacco, endosperm rupture occurs after testa rupture and is the limiting step in seed germination. Class I -1,3-glucanase ( GLU I), which ...