recalcitrant seed

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recalcitrant seed

recalcitrant seed

recalcitrant seed

recalcitrant seed

recalcitrant seed

recalcitrant seed

recalcitrant seed

Responses to Drying of Recalcitrant Seeds of Quercus nigra L.

Physiological epicotyl dormancy and recalcitrant storage behaviour in seeds of two tropical Fabaceae (subfamily Caesalpinioideae) species

Polyamines, IAA and ABA during germination in two recalcitrant seeds: Araucaria angustifolia (Gymnosperm) and Ocotea odorifera (Angiosperm)

Factors affecting stress tolerance in recalcitrant embryonic axes from seeds of four Quercus (Fagaceae) species native to the USA or China

A Study of Some Biochemical and Histopathological Responses of Wet‐stored Recalcitrant Seeds of Avicennia marina Infected by Fusarium moniliforme

LEA polypeptide profiling of recalcitrant and orthodox legume seeds reveals ABI3-regulated LEA protein abundance linked to desiccation tolerance

Desiccation stress in recalcitrant Quercus robur L. seeds results in lipid peroxidation and increased synthesis of jasmonates and abscisic acid

Involvement of Acetaldehyde in Seed Deterioration of Some Recalcitrant Woody Species through the Acceleration of Aerobic Respiration

The Effects of Two Drying Rates on the Desiccation Tolerance of Embryonic Axes of Recalcitrant Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lamk.) Seeds

Vacuolar status and water relations in embryonic axes of recalcitrant Aesculus hippocastanum seeds during stratification and early germination

Axes and cotyledons of recalcitrant seeds of Castanea sativa Mill. exhibit contrasting responses of respiration to drying in relation to desiccation sensitivity

Changes in genomic 5-methylcytosine level mirror the response of orthodox (Acer platanoides L.) and recalcitrant (Acer pseudoplatanus L.) seeds to severe desiccation


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A seed that cannot survive desiccation, so germinates instantly; its storage life is usually only a few days, rarely a few weeks. Most climax tropical rain-forest tree species produce recalcitrant seeds and so must be stored as growing plants rather than seed. See gene bank. Compare orthodox seed.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.

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