2016
DOI: 10.4025/actasciagron.v38i4.30544 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. This study evaluated the effects of different light regimes and temperatures on the germination of S. hispanica seeds and used a factorial scheme in a completely randomized experimental design, in which three light conditions were combined with six temperatures (constant 20, 25, 30 and 35°C and alternating 20-30 and 25-30°C), totaling 18 treatments with four 50-seed replications. The seeds were sown on blotting paper in transparent plastic boxes and then allowed to germinate in Biochemical Oxygen De… Show more

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“…There was no difference for root length among seeds subjected to the presence and/or absence of light. Different results were found by Paiva et al (2016): Salvia hispanica seeds showed greater seedling growth and dry matter accumulation in the presence of light.…”
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“…There was no difference for root length among seeds subjected to the presence and/or absence of light. Different results were found by Paiva et al (2016): Salvia hispanica seeds showed greater seedling growth and dry matter accumulation in the presence of light.…”
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“…Seed sensitivity to luminosity is quite variable depending on the species. Some seeds (positive and negative photoblasts) are positively or negatively influenced by luminosity, whilst others are not influenced at all (neutral photoblasts) (GUEDES; ALVES, 2011;CARVALHO;NAKAGAWA, 2012;POSSENTI et al, 2016;PAIVA et al, 2016). The initial success of a crop is dependent on the use of high-quality seeds.…”
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“…Elastic grass (Eragrostis tenuifolia) showed 76 and 32% seed germination under light and dark conditions, respectively (Bittencourt et al, 2016). Salvia hispanica seed germinated equally in light and darkness (Paiva et al, 2016).…”
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