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produce buds, branches, or germinate

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Expresion in situ del banco de semillas germinable de Ulex europaeus y su relacion con la estructura de los matorrales.
No seedlings of live oak or Ashe juniper were in germinable seed banks of any habitat.
Banco de semillas germinable de una comunidad vegetal de paramo humedo sometido a quema y pastoreo (Parque Nacional Natural Chingaza, Colombia).
In 1999, prior to the establishment of trials, the experimental sites at Abuja and Mokwa farm were artificially infested with Striga hermonthica seeds at the rate of 26,667 germinable seeds per [m.
The concentrations of germinable fungal spores were 80.
The germinated seedlings, an estimate of the number of germinable buried seeds, were counted by species at weekly intervals from 20 July through 12 October 1998.
At Ferkessedougou, the lines were evaluated under artificial Striga infestation (about 5000 germinable Striga seeds per maize hill [Kling et al.
Lunt ID (1997) Germinable soil seed banks of anthropogenic native grasslands and grassy forest remnants in temperate south-eastern Australia.
Soil cores were collected (n = 224), and seeds were grown to study germinable seed composition.
The original study revealed no close relationship between the relative proportions of species in the germinable seed reservoir and the species composition in the established vegetation at each site (Thompson and Grime 1979).
Test if your seeds are still germinable by placing a few of the seeds on a hot-plate.
Reduction in germinable seed and seedling recruitment in relation to pre burn vegetation and heat.
Germinable seed bank in the terrestrial environment of two urban wetlands
The germination trials highlight potential for successful ex situ conservation efforts, as seeds are easily germinable in common greenhouse conditions.