2020
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-69215-4
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What kind of seed dormancy occurs in the legume genus Cassia?

Abstract: Cassia is a diverse legume genus widespread in the (sub-)tropical zone of the world. Several studies have been done on this genus; however, significant changes have occurred at the taxonomic level over the years. this has led to inaccurate information about seed dormancy in Cassia since many species are no longer included in the genus. thus, our work aims to investigate and update the information about the kind of dormancy that occurs in seeds of Cassia species and also look into two notorious species in this … Show more

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“…Seed germinations are complicated biological processes that are controlled by many factors [30,31]. It has been known that seed mucilage is crucial for controlling seed dormancy and germination [32][33][34]. Therefore, our findings indicated that the observed reduction in seed mucilage accumulation may explain, at least in part, the observed reduction in Ataae3 seed germination.…”
Section: Disruption Of Aae3 Reduces Seed Germination and Mucilage Acc...mentioning
confidence: 50%
“…Seed germinations are complicated biological processes that are controlled by many factors [30,31]. It has been known that seed mucilage is crucial for controlling seed dormancy and germination [32][33][34]. Therefore, our findings indicated that the observed reduction in seed mucilage accumulation may explain, at least in part, the observed reduction in Ataae3 seed germination.…”
Section: Disruption Of Aae3 Reduces Seed Germination and Mucilage Acc...mentioning
confidence: 50%
“…C. ternatea is a legume species with physically dormant seeds (Jayasuriya et al, 2013;Shobharani & Sundareswaran, 2018). The mention of physical dormancy in C. ternatea seed is unsurprising as this type of dormancy is widely reported from legume species (Galíndez et al, 2016;Jayasuriya et al, 2013;Rodrigues-Junior et al, 2020).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Physical dormancy is the most common kind of dormancy in Fabaceae (Wyse and Dickie, 2018;Carruggio et al, 2020). The notion is backed up by the fact that two Fabaceae genera, Cassia and Astragalus, have been physically dormant (Rodrigues-Junior et al, 2020;Soltani et al, 2020). Physical dormancy is also present in the majority of Australian Acacia species (Burrows et al, 2019) Various methods such as heat shock, chemical scarification using an acid solution, and mechanical scarification are utilized to alleviate physical dormancy in Fabaceae species, with acid treatment being the most effective (Kimura and Islam, 2012;Rusdy, 2017).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%