volume 3, issue 6, P461-465 1980
DOI: 10.1111/1365-3040.ep11587030
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Abstract: High temperature (32°C) prevented germination of celery seeds even if given after 4 d of germination induction at 17°C in white light, but germination occurred if the seeds were then returned to 17°C. Celery seeds incubated for 3 d at 17°C in white light and then air-dried at 20°C germinated slowly when re-sown at 17°C in the light, achieving only 24% germination after 21 d. Exposure of such seeds to 32°C prior to and during drying resulted in 50% germination after 3.6 d at 17°C in white light, with no loss i…

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